Celebrating the fact they are grandparents once again, Karl and Susan share a kiss. However Davo watches on, and a gutted Karl believes he's just blown his job.
Lucia asks Rosetta if she is prepared to share her life with Frazer in a wheelchair. Will he be able to give her the family she's always talked about?
Erinsborough Hospital - Paul's Room
Carmella pops her head around the door to fine Elle, but she isn't about. Instead Paul invites her into wait, and remembers that she's Carmella from the various photos he snitched when Elle took him back to the house. He admits he doesn't think he's being a very good father to Elle at the moment as he's not sure what to say half the time. Carmella points out he'll probably pick it up soon enough, and is coping pretty well considering everything that's happened in the last year.
CARMELLA: So you can start again and put the past behind you. You know, I can't imagine how awful the past year must have been for you, and now having to hear about it all over again, it's like you've had to live through it twice.
Paul is lost as to what Carmella is talking about, especially when she mentions Cam and Rob, but he isn't able to question her as Elle arrives back. He turns to ask Elle what happened with the boys, but when she won't respond he challenges her that she's been keeping things from him. Elle turns the blame to Carmella, who didn't realise he didn't know. Elle slaps Carmella and calls her a liar. She pushes her out the room and tells her not to come back, or consider her a friend. Paul watches on, confused.
Frazer comments on Rosie's cooking as he tries to avoid getting out of the family reunion he has coming up. He admits that talking to Rosie's mum, Lucia inspired him and that he called his parents. Ringo is shocked to hear that he's invited them to dinner, and they're all going to be there, especially with Ringo about, as they won't freak out so much. Ringo isn't so sure, worried that he'll have to return home, but Frazer reassures him that he won't be going anywhere.
FRAZER: But, I don't want you losing touch with them, like I did; you've only got one family.
RINGO: Who are you?
Ringo takes a plate of food and heads off, Rosie isn't so sure about Frazer bringing up family history is going to help them start their new life. Frazer wonders why the sudden change of heart.
Erinsborough Hospital - Paul's Room
Paul asks Elle to tell him the truth. She makes up a story about him wanting the boys to join the family business, but they didn't want to, so left. Paul is able to see through her lie, so she admits that Cam died in an accident that should've been Rob.
Kennedy/ Kinski Home
Zeke has drawn a family tree and is busy trying to work out what relationship Jackson is going to be to him and Rachel. Ringo points out that he, Bree and Lolly aren't on his diagram, but Zeke reminds him it's the Kennedy/Kinski family tree. Lolly reminds him that according to Karl's latest story they are all Susan's kids.
At that moment, Karl and Susan arrive back, as two very proud grandparents. Karl admits he's got to get back to work to keep his sales quota up. He points out that Davo was more understanding than Susan. She watches him walk towards the bedroom with a grin on her face.
Rosie admits to Frazer that Lucia feels by marrying him, she's signing up to be a carer for life. Frazer points out that they're meant to be partners and give equal support to one another. Rosie knows, but her mother isn't so convinced, as he's not as perfect in her eyes as Johnny was. Frazer is glad that Rosie is marrying him, not Lucia.
Changing the subject, Rosie reminds Frazer that Father Capetola will be coming over later to talk about the wedding, though Frazer doesn't see the point.
FRAZER: What is it a Catholic priest knows about marriage? It's like asking a vegetarian about running a butchers shop!
Erinsborough Hospital - Paul's Room
Paul thanks Elle for being honest with him. He admits that having no memories of his sons means it's not affecting him as much as he'd have thought, but more like when you hear of a death on the news. Elle wonders about his gran, but Paul admits she knew her. She asks if it's the same for her too.
PAUL: I feel for you. I know that we had a relationship, and that it was important to you, but I just don't remember it.
Paul apologises and Elle leaves, bumping into Oliver and Carmella in the corridor. Elle questions why she is back, but Oliver wants to clear the air. Admitting that she slapped Carmella, Elle is annoyed that she brought up the topic of Cam, and would've expected her to be cautious with what she said to Paul. Carmella argues she wasn't to know he hadn't had been told, but Elle argues she was trying to protect her father. Carmella tells Oliver it wasn't her fault, but Elle wants an apology from her.
Oliver tries to tell Elle it was an innocent mistake that Carmella made. Elle still won't accept it and admits that she's still in love with Oliver. She calls him gutless for being in love with two women at the same time, and announces that she wants nothing more to do with either of them, friendship or otherwise before walking off.
Kennedy/ Kinski Home
Karl is happily showing the kids the photos of Jackson, when Zeke notices that the blogzine has had a sudden increase in the number of hits. It turns out that Rachel posted the video of him and Lolly kissing, and Zeke is not impressed one bit. Lolly is shocked and Ringo admits he videoed it on his phone, but denies putting it on the site - that was Rachel. Susan is shocked that she chose to post it in an attempt to keep the blogzine alive.
Lolly storms out closely followed by Zeke, who takes the opportunity to shout at Rachel first. Rachel is unable to see what was so wrong, but Susan informs her that she's to remove the video immediately.
Zeke finds Lolly sitting on the kerb; he joins her and informs her that Rachel is removing the video. Lolly wonders what the point of staying in Erinsborough is when everyone will be laughing at her and she misses her brother and sister back home. Zeke gives her a hug, admitting that he'll miss her.
Lolly wonders if her dad will have seen it, but Zeke points out they have something much more important to consider - revenge. They smile.
Frazer informs Father Capetola that he's not really into the whole church thing, but the Father doesn't seem to mind as he admits he's not into the whole gambling thing. He warns them that he's seen a lot of young people be swept up in relationships, and asks if they are sure about marriage. Frazer is annoyed that he thinks they don't talk to each other when they do, and informs Father Capetola that they have everything already sorted.
Kennedy/ Kinski Home
Rachel has removed the video from the blog, so Susan informs her it's time for apologies, Lolly, Zeke, Ringo and Lou. Rachel is annoyed that she has to humiliate herself in front of everyone, but Susan points out that that's life. Karl tries to tell a story about his first kiss, but Susan picks up his sandwich and leads him to the bedroom.
Rachel suggests that Ringo should make the next update to the blogzine, as no one likes her ideas. He admits he does, but she jumps back to the subject of uni.
RINGO: Maybe you're not the only one with valid opinions; maybe it wouldn't hurt to listen to others once in a while.
She claims she put his ideas in to the blogzine, but he points out that it was only out of sheer desperation.
RINGO: Then why won't you accept the fact that I might not want to go to uni.
RACHEL: Because it's stupid Ringo, that's why and you'll regret it.
Father Capetola asks if they've decided where they want to live. Rosie points out that she's always wanted to live in Italy, which is news to Frazer, who has not heard this before. He asks them about children, what have they decided? Rosie doesn't want any, but Frazer refuses to believe her, as he points out the booties she owns and how she gets all maternal around babies. Rosie comments that Frazer is sounding like her mother. Frazer is shocked to discover that she has discussed these matters with her mother and not him.
FATHER: It's obvious to me, that you're both very much in love, but perhaps there's a few things you need to sort out before you take anymore steps towards marriage.
Karl and Susan have a spare few minutes before going to meet Stanford at the canteen. They wander past Paul's room, and Karl suggests they go in and try to trip him up with his amnesia.
Saying hello, Karl realises that Paul doesn't know who he is, so introduces himself and Susan. Paul remembers that they live at number 28, and comments that they used to be good friends. He asks if they know Elle very well, but just as they are about to say no, she arrives, so they are forced to head off.
Elle thanks Paul for being honest with her earlier. She's decided that she's not going to put any pressure on him, and he can deal with it any way that he wants. He asks that she calls him Paul not dad from now on then. She agrees, but starts to get a bit tearful. They hug.
Having seen him out the door, Rosie regrets asking Father Capetola to tea. Frazer recons he brought up some important issues though that they need to discuss, such as kids.
ROSIE: Frazer, I want to marry you because I can't imagine my life without you.
He asks her again if she wants to have kids, because he does, and he may not be able to give them to her. He's saying that he wants to have kids with her, and he'll ask the doctor later what his chances are. They kiss.
Paul is shocked to learn that he never wore anything aside from suits, and asks Elle to direct him to the nearest shops. They head out past Rosie who is waiting outside for Frazer, who at that moment comes whizzing past, informing Rosie they are off. Dr Dwyer comes out of the room trying to stop Frazer, but has no luck.
Outside Grease Monkey's
Ringo returns to the van with some milkshakes and a order form for deliveries from Grease Monkey's. They'll switch to Celestial Fruits as long as they don't mess up next week. Carmella is impressed as she's been trying for weeks. Ringo admits he's enjoying it and Carmella comments that he's got the skill that's needed. Ringo tells her about Rachel wanting him to go to uni, and Carmella admits she's always been in the same boat, as nothing matches up to Rosie's law degree. Ringo recons she's still gained lots of experience.
RINGO: Maybe uni's not for me. Maybe there are other things I want to do first; she doesn't seem to consider that.
Carmella recons he scores high in the maturity stakes and agrees that people will always need food, a degree can always come second. He goes to put the order form in her bag, and discovers she's still got her pills.
Carmella admits that she only started on them because she and Oliver weren't getting along. Ringo points out that she should've dealt with it a different way, not by going back on the pills prescribed by a fraud doctor that ended up in jail for murder. Besides, she knows they make her so moody.
RINGO: You are a smart, beautiful woman. You don't need these.
She wants her relationship to go back to the way it was when she and Oliver first got together. Ringo points out she can't use them to fix her relationship or her life.