Susan telling Steph not to underestimate what Stingray's memorial might mean.
Ringo stealing an exam paper from Susan's desk.
Susan asking Rachel and Zeke if they know anything about the missing exam paper – she'll expel the person who has it.
Rachel and Zeke turn into Ramsay Street, walking slightly ahead of Karl and Susan. The Kennedys are talking about an Andrew Simpson, who is something to do with Erinsborough High, but the kids are discussing the exam paper issue.
ZEKE: She's gonna bust us for sure.
ZEKE: Have you forgotten her Ninja Powers?
Rachel and Zeke argue over the fact that they're now in this together, and Rachel punches her brother; Susan wants to know what's going on, but they dismiss it.
Elle and Ollie are talking about Oliver's brother, Sebastian, who has frozen all of his assets. Seb wants to take charge of the Barnes empire after finding out that Ollie was adopted. Elle says he needs to fight this – take it to court.
She goes to leave for the day, and Oliver asks her if she's up to anything tomorrow – he thought she might be catching up with Riley because he thinks they're hitting it off well. He's clearly fishing for information, and Elle – to her credit – doesn't take the bait.
Toadie is doing a house inspection, and Frazer seems eager to prove what a good tenant he is by proudly showing off the cleanliness of their home. Toadie doesn't look too impressed.
FRAZER: So, what do you think. Mr Landlord?
TOADIE: Quite frankly, I'm appalled. I mean, the floor in there – you can eat off that. What's wrong with kids these days? When I was your age…
FRAZER: (anxiously)…you are my age…
TOADIE: …there were holes in the walls, the floor was sticky. We used to set up the barbie right here to watch the footie.
FRAZER: Right, so you're saying the place is too clean?
TOADIE: I'm saying you guys are soft. I mean, even the plants are healthy.
FRAZER: Yeah, but in terms of the inspection, we're all good. Yeah?
TOADIE: Of course – I was here last week, remember?
The boys sit down on the sofa, and Toadie puts his feet on the table – which Frazer quickly stops. He lives with chicks – that's his excuse.
TOADIE: One minute you're watching a Jackie Chan film, with a tinnie in one hand, pizza in the other, jocks on your head…
FRAZER: The next, you're putting the toilet seat down. Ironing. You know, last night I cooked a risotto.
TOADIE: Oh dear god. Right, preliminary finals this weekend. You, me, my place, beer – we're gonna scream at the telly, yeah?
They high five.
Frazer remembers he's meant to go to a Guggenheim exhibition. But at the look on Toadie's face, he decides footie can take over. Toadie reminisces about him, Connor and Stu watching footie together – and then realises that the armchair is missing. THE armchair, HIS armchair. Frazer tells him it's in the garage – Rosie keeps threatening to put a match to it.
Toadie squeals like a girl.
Cut to the boys bringing the armchair inside.
TOADIE: Welcome home, sweetheart!
FRAZER: Don't build ‘em like they used to.
They put the chair into the lounge of number 32; Frazer isn't sure that Steph is going to be too pleased with it. But Toadie doesn't care – his bum groove is still there, and it still fits like a glove. Steph arrives home with Charlie, surprised to find the chair there in place of the couch which has been moved. She makes a quick exit to the kitchen.
Oliver comes round to see Toadie, and asks what he can do about it. Toadie tells him that these things take a while, and wonders if Ollie would consider splitting his business assets with Sebastian. Oliver refuses.
Toadie's phone rings, and it's Tim Collins on the phone.
TOADIE: Hello there, cupcake.
TIM: Ever the professional.
They rant on the phone for a while over the Barnes matter, Tim demanding a meeting with Toadie right now. Oliver snatches the phone from Toadie and tells Tim he will fight this to the bitter end – even if it costs him everything he's got. Toadie doesn't look too pleased about that.
The Law Office
Oliver and Toadie are meeting with Tim – who tells Oliver that Sebastian offers him a payment of $100K to walk away from the business. Toadie thinks Sebastian's dreaming, but Oliver says he'll take it. Tim realises that was too easy, and walks out the office.
Toadie demands to know what's going on. Oliver says he'll take the money and then fight it to the end,
Steph and Toadie are eating, and he compliments her on her cooking. She's obviously annoyed about something, and Toadie knows it's about the armchair. Steph queries why he didn't speak to her about it first – why did he just get rid of her stuff and replace it with his?
TOADIE: Babe, we've been going out for, like, six months now, and there's not one thing of mine in here.
STEPH: Okay. Alright.
She goes to take Charlie off to bed.
The kids are queued up outside Susan's office, ready to be interviewed about the exam paper. Rachel suggests Ringo put it back, make it look like Susan misplaced it.
Susan calls the kids in one by one.
DECLAN: Alright – I'll tell you everything, I can't take it any more!!
DIDGE: I don't know anything, but if I did, I'd tell you. I don't cheat.
ZEKE: I was reading when it must've happened. ‘A Brief History Of Time.' Stephen Hawking.
Rachel also denies any knowledge of the paper, and Susan asks her if she understands why she had to call in her and Zeke, too.
Ringo is next, and says he knows nothing.
Frazer and Toadie are carrying the armchair out of the house again – with Charlie sitting in it. I hope he's strapped on. Steph wonders what they're doing, and Toadie says it's going back to number thirty. Steph is fine with that, after all, Toadie can do what he wants.
The Scarlet Bar
Steph is cross to find out from Jackie that she traded her support for Stingray's wall for the daycare centre instead – and only ended up with 8 additional places. Steph says she wanted 30 places, and that's her final offer. Jackie says she'll try and get them for her, and walks out.
Toadie wanders to the bar, and Steph confesses she just let go of Stingray's wall to get the places she wanted. And now she has to tell Janae.
Janae is really upset with Steph, and doesn't listen to her reasons for trading it away. Steph tries to explain about the new childcare centre, but Janae isn't interested.
JANAE: That wall was the only thing we had left of Scotty. And if we have to lose it because of politics…
She walks out in tears.
Cut to later where Janae is telling Steve and Miranda about the wall. Ned also supports her and tells her to keep fighting. Steve tells Janae that a lot of people seemed to love her brother.
Toadie is playing on the floor with Charlie when Steph comes home and apologises. She tells him that he's a huge part of Charlie's life, and she's his man, and he always will be.
TOADIE: Right back at ya, babe. Apart from the man part.
Steph also knows that being Steph Hoyland isn't something he always finds easy, and she's sorry that he hasn't felt this is his home. Toadie tells her that as long as he has a place in her heart, he wouldn't mind sleeping in Bob's kennel.
Cut to moments later where Steph watches Frazer and Toadie bring the armchair back in. Toadie tells Frazer that he can have a go in his chair. Frazer jumps in.
FRAZER: Oh! Oh, yes – it is comfy isn't it??
TOADIE: How's that bum groove?
FRAZER: (hopping out) …aaand now you've ruined it.
Frazer thinks Steph will put doilies or a throw on it or something. Toadie doesn't mind – he and Steph managed to work this out like grown ups. In fact, he has something else in mind now.
Susan and Zeke are playing golf, and Zeke is winning. Susan misses two putts.
SUSAN: What's that, like a seven?
SUSAN: Ten??! I might as well just give up now.
Zeke tells her the game is all in the head, but Suse has had enough of Lou's ‘Zen for Idiots.' She putts the ball in, and goes to collect her golf bag with Zeke.
Picking up the bag, Susan can't hold it, and drops it. Worried, Zeke offers to carry it for her, and asks if she's alright; Susan says she's fine, but the bag just feels really heavy. Zeke doesn't think it's heavy, and they wander down to the next hole together, Zeke with the bags, and Susan shaking her hand in something akin to pain or exhaustion.
Toadie talks to Stingray at the wall, saying that he's so sorry about the wall, but Steph tried her best to keep it. He calls the politicians “spiggin' hufters.” He touches the wall and says they'll never forget him.
TOADIE: Cop ya.
In tears, Janae stands behind him, listening.
Zeke walks up a pathway, carrying both the golf bags. Susan struggles behind, hands on her hips, looking shattered.
ZEKE: Are you okay?
SUSAN: Yeah, I'm just a bit hot. Did we bring water?
ZEKE: No, sorry.
Zeke offers to run back to the club house for her, but it's quite a way. Susan gratefully accepts, and sits down on a bench, looking pale and tired. Zeke runs off, looking rather concerned. Susan stares after him before wearily putting her head in her hands. Barely opening her eyes, she pulls her feet up to the bench and lies down.
The Scarlet Bar
Harold and Lou arrive for Toadie's surprise – but Steph has no idea where Toadie is or what's going on. Karl also arrives, as do the Parkers and Frazer.
There's a loud call from outside, and Toadie calls them all outside for the surprise. He points up to the sky where a plane has written in the sky “MARRY ME STEPH”.
Everyone thinks this is really romantic, and Karl says he has to ring Susie to tell her. Steph looks up at the sky, seemingly not too happy about this.
Susan is still lying on a bench, breathing heavily. Her mobile rings, and she looks up, white and in pain. Barely able to pull herself up, she rests before attempting to stand up – but her legs won't hold her weight, and she collapses back on the bench, frightened.
Sitting on the bench, breathing heavily, with worried eyes and her emotions barely in check, her phone continues to ring…