Paul telling Elle that they aren't like the rest, they are better due to being Robinson's.
Karl and Susan debating whether Lolly stole his wallet or not.
Paul calling the Timmins family animals at the meeting and them refusing to leave, telling him to instead.
Paul asking Skinner to help him bring Janelle down.
Paul is trying to persuade a very reluctant Skinner to help him bring Janelle down and when he shows no sign of dudging, Paul resorts to blackmailing the officer to help him change his mind.
As they finish their tea, Karl subtly mentions that he found the missing wallet but that the money was gone. They are all about to leave the house but Karl returns to tell Lou his suspicions but Lou is quick to defend her, adding that Lolly would be hurt by these accusations.
Dylan and Elle arriving chatting about Paul and in at the back of them is Steiger and Janelle. They make their way over to where Skinner is sitting and chat about Steiger proclaiming his love for Janelle. Skinner's eyes light up when Janelle takes out a vase from her bag that she took from the hotel, citing that since she owns 40% of Lassiter's she is entitled to take the belongings. Skinner informs her that she is technically stealing but she couldn't care less and changing the conversation, Steiger suggests that they all go out for a meal but Skinner replies that his wife isn't up for that.
Janelle departs to check on how her bust is going and Skinner brings up the vase before asking Steiger if he is only going out with Janelle on the rebound, which Steiger totally denies.
Karl's cockerel is driving everyone mad and Rachel, Zeke and Bree want to go over to Lolly's but Karl is forced to say why that might not be a good idea. Susan decides she's had enough of the cockerel and goes into a drawer and pulls out a cleaver! Karl is aghast especially as Susan is a pacifist but her reasoning is she isn't if she is sleep deprived!
KARL: Well settle, he's just finding his way.
SUSAN: He'll be finding his way into my oven if you don't shut him up! Do something!
Karl asks her to put the cleaver down and to back away, which she reluctantly does and when the cockerel starts again, Karl quickly gets to the cleaver before Susan does!
Sky is back from her course and makes a beeline for Kerry before introducing herself to Lolly. Harold and Sky go off to take Kerry for a bath leaving Lou and Lolly to chat. He subtly brings up the subject of money without accusing Lolly of taking the wallet but she is quick to put two and two together. Lolly acts like a typical teenage girl when things goes wrong – turns on the tears – and offers to leave tomorrow but Lou assures her that he doesn't want her to go and that he doesn't think she is a thief.
Dylan and Elle notice from outside that Paul is in the livingroom, which means that it is a no-go zone for Dylan. They kiss each other goodbye and Elle enters the house.
Paul makes a remark about her retuning and hopes she is back to talk reasonably after what happened at the board meeting but she is having none of it adding that she makes her own decisions.
PAUL: Your boyfriend's family is trying to bring me down. Doesn't that mean anything to you?
ELLE: Frankly right now, no and I'm sick of you telling me how to live. Just because you didn't score with Rosie, don't infect me with your misery.
Paul is not amused at that comment and tells Elle to pack her bags and he isn't joking either.
Commercial break over and Elle has packed her belongings and tells him wait until Gail hears about it but Paul isn't scared at all and adds that once Dylan knows how much she costs he will drop her like a hot potato.
ELLE: Dylan and I are in love. Independence will only bring out the best in me.
PAUL: Oh yes and you are a paragon of virtue aren't you? Let's ask Max eh? You destroyed that man Elle. Don't you think Dylan is going to be appalled?
ELLE: Don't you dare.
PAUL: You think he'll forgive you the way I did? Not on your Nellie.
Elle decides she is still leaving though but before she gets to go, Paul starts to go through her things to make sure she hasn't taken anything that doesn't belong to her. He finds the keys of the company car in her bag and takes them away from her and also her house keys, penthouse suite key, credit cards, money.
ELLE: Doesn't matter. Dylan is all that matters.
She goes to head out the door with her suitcase and Paul stops her because it and its contents are his since he paid for them.
ELLE: How can you do this? I'm your daughter.
PAUL: (shouting) Well start acting like one.
ELLE: You know what, I don't need you and I don't need all your stuff.
She then grabs her bag and another suitcase Paul didn't spot and departs.
Rachel gets into the solarium beside Stinger and they use the time to bitch about Lolly before having a kissing session.
Through in the kitchen, Dylan wants Elle to stay but the look on Janelle's face suggests it isn't a good idea. Janelle suggests that Elle cuts Paul some slack and to hang in there while Steiger adds in the male father perspective too but Elle isn't so keen.
Back in the livingroom and Rachel breaks off the kissing session as she is feeling a bit uncomfortable with so many adults nearby, eventually deciding she will go home.
Just as she leaves, the phone rings, its Sky and Stinger's face immediately lights up.
Stinger brings Sky up to date with the gossip she missed while she was away. Lolly gleefully starts to chat to Stinger about his film stuff but Lou interrupts to send her off to bed since its back to school tomorrow.
With Lolly away, Sky starts to rib Stinger about Lolly being keen on him, which he dismisses. Sky brings up his relationship with Rachel and he tries to change the conversation but she forces him to talk about it. Stinger admits that although he loves Rachel, it isn't enough anymore, and we see in the background that Lolly is listening to his confession.
Ramsay Street (next day)
An irate Janelle leads Dylan into the garage to moan at him and show him the fake DVD's that are lying around but Dylan denies they are his. Janelle now thinks Stinger could be responsible, which Dylan instantly dismisses. She is mystified as to how they got there and Dylan couldn't care at all but top priority is to get rid of them. Much to his amazement, Janelle stops him because she wants to tell Steiger since someone must be trying to set them up. Dylan thinks the cops won't buy that since they are just itching to stitch one of them up. “Steiger cares” she says and speak of the devil, he's just arrived and she wastes no time in showing him the DVD's and Dylan adds that they've been set up.
JANELLE: Hey, you believe us don't you?
The Kinski's aren't impressed with Karl's attempt at making porridge so Susan promises them real breakfast tomorrow as way of making up. Bree enters the house and Karl comes inside and notices that they are eating and informs them that they haven't been eating porridge but mash for the chickens! Cue the Kinski's quickly trying to spit out what hasn't been digested even though he assures them it is safe. It's too late for Rachel though as she quickly runs off to the bathroom!
Zeke gives Bree a pressie but its one she isn't happy to get – it's something for Willow. While Zeke goes to get his bag, Susan suggests that Bree be honest with Zeke over the kitten but she isn't keen on hurting his feelings especially since it is suppose to be a symbol of their love. Karl tries to offer his words of wisdom too but Zeke is back so the two of them head out.
The phone starts ringing and Rachel answers it. It's Lolly asking to walk to school with her and asking that she comes over to the house before they go. Rachel seems a bit bemused but agrees to go.
Lolly hangs up and turns around and on the sofa we see Sky and Stinger asleep on the couch, Sky cuddled into him. Ooh, the little minx!
Janelle is explaining to Steiger about the DVD's and he seems highly suspicious although Elle backs up their story. Finally he admits that he believes her and that they will report it. Naturally Dylan is highly suspicious, but Steiger assures him that he can be trusted to sort it out.
Harold is just about to ruin Lolly's “surprise” but she tells him not to wake them and two seconds later there is a knock at the door. No guessing who it is but of course Rachel and Lolly wastes no time in pointing out the sleeping beauties and the fact they've been like that all night.
Rachel laughs it off as she wakes Stinger because he is due at summer school, which has stolen Lolly's thunder and is forced to say she asked Rachel round to see if her uniform is too short. Rachel drags Stinger out and Lolly kisses Lou both wishing each other well for their first day (it's also Lou's first day flying with the airline).
Sky hits the bathroom and Harold remarks to Lou that Lolly seemed jealous that Rachel didn't react to finding Stinger asleep with Sky, which leads Lou to accuse Harold of being as bad as Karl. Lou then admits to Harold that he is nervous about his first day flying and isn't helped when Harold tells him to be careful reminiscing saying goodbye to David before he left to go on the fatal flight.
Ramsay Street/Scarlet Bar
Steiger's colleagues finish putting the DVD's into a car just as Paul comes out with his wheelie bin.
Skinner's phone starts ringing and we see that it is Paul calling and he reluctantly answers the phone. It's Paul demanding to know why Janelle isn't being arrested and is told that they'd reported it before Skinner could organise a search and so couldn't do anything. Paul demands to know what plan B is and is told nothing and Skinner adds that he's had enough too and that Paul can find someone else to do the dirty work.
PAUL: Skinner I think you are forgetting about your sick wife. (Paul's blackmail)
SKINNER: You listen to me Robinson, that's it as far as I'm concerned. That's it, you understand? Don't bother to call again.
Paul is not amused to have the phone hung up on him.
Susan shows Lolly to a locker as the other pupils eye her up, commenting to Susan that she'll show them whose boss!
Karl decides to pay Susan a visit just in case she or the kids have had any side effects from the “porridge” they ate for brekkie because the chooks have had some! Susan is not impressed and Karl hands her a bottle of pills just in case and she promises him that they will be having a serious talk about his lifestyle! He replies that it is a good idea before quickly bolting from the school.
Inside the only classroom, Bree is coughing and scratching her arm and Zeke asks if she is okay but she isn't sure and wonders what could be wrong. Zeke suggests that she could be allergic to Willow and Bree plays the part beautifully, saying she loves the cat before coughing but I think she's played it a bit too well as Zeke is smiling.
Susan enters the classroom and brings the pupils to attention and introduces Lolly to the class. Its Lolly's turn to play the part now and she tells Rachel that she handled the sleeping situation so well but Rachel isn't biting.
“Janelle, not in trouble are we?” says Paul as he makes his way over to No. 26 only for Janelle to tell him to go. He turns to Elle now and says that she shouldn't be associating herself with them but she turns her back on her dad and heads away.
Paul squares up to Janelle and subtly asks why the police are around – another body buried in the garage, stolen car parts. Just like Rachel, Janelle isn't biting and tells Paul to “rack off”. “Wouldn't be pirated DVD's by any chance?” says Paul and she wants to know more and he shrugs his shoulders at her.
Janelle knows right away what it meant and she is not a happy lady. “You rotten bloody swine” she calls out before punching Paul ala Steph right on the nose! Woohoo, go Janelle! While she moans because her hand is sore, Paul wastes no opportunity in calling out to Steiger that he wants Janelle arrested.
Commercial break over, Steiger's colleagues are back to help Steiger sort the situation out. Paul is having none of it though and wants Janelle arrested for assaulting him. Janelle says that Paul deserved it because he planted the DVD's, which Paul totally denies. Steiger suggests that it can all be solved by Janelle apologising, which she flatly refuses to do.
PAUL: Charge her or I will have you reported as well.
JANELLE: (laughing) Charge me? As if! (Looking at Steiger) He provoked me.
STEIGER: Yes but your reaction was disproportionate Janelle, he has witnesses.
JANELLE: Right, his daughter who hates his guts.
Steiger is force to say he witnessed it too and Janelle thinks he'll ignore that because he is her man. Dylan now joins them, wanting to know what is going on. Steiger than arrests Janelle and reads her her rights while leading her into the police car. Before they go, Janelle gives Paul the evil eye but he just smirks at her.