Darren asks Ned what he's going to do about the kiss. Ned informs him that he won't tell Libby, but if someone asks, he's not going to deny it either.
Stuck in the warehouse, Declan confesses his love to Bridget.
Miranda and Steve try to work out a way to purchase the house.
Mickey has left a note for Janae; he's run away again.
While Ned tries to make contact with Kirsten, Steve plans four different routes for them all to follow to find the young lad. Miranda informs Bridget to stay in case Mickey returns, but she's too caught up looking at a CD that Declan has given her. As the search party is about to head out, Kirsten arrives with Mickey. Ned is relieved to see Mickey, but the young lad ain't so pleased to see his dad; he doesn't want to live with him anymore. Kirsten informs Mickey that he can't just run-away, but the lad runs off to his bedroom.
Marco can't see why Carmella wants a drug free birth, but she informs him that it's her decision to make. Harold returns with a slice of mud cake, but Carmella wants one too; that one's for the baby, who's busy playing football apparently. Marco asks why she won't consider using medicine, and asks the others as they return to the table.
Rosie stands up for her sister, while Frazer points out that Carmella is being quiet forceful about it. Carmella stands by her plan that she wants to go with what is already arranged. Frazer warns Marco that there is no use arguing with the Cammenitti sisters so he may as well just go with the flow. Marco heads off.
With Marco gone, Rosie warns her sister that a shot of pain relief won't bring her addiction back, but she is determined not to have any. Besides she has the four of them to lean on; Marco, Frazer, Rosie and ... Oliver. Rosie isn't sure it's a good idea that both Marco and Oliver will be there. She warns her sister that if Marco is going to be there, she needs to inform him why she doesn't want the drugs.
A grumpy Mickey arrives outside as Ben and Darren are playing cricket.
DARREN: You guys could be twins, Grumpy One and Grumpy Two.
BEN (grumpy voice): Don't call me grumpy.
Ben tells Mickey that he's going back to Shep with Libby and Darren. Mickey doesn't like the idea of staying behind with a dad who doesn't care.
Speaking of whom, Ned arrives. Mickey tries to avoid his dad by joining in with the game of cricket, but Ned takes him aside and points out that the reason he's upset is that his parents are fighting, not because he cancelled the Queensland Trip. Mickey is sure it's Queensland, but admits he'll be happy again if his parents get on again.
Libby arrives with a picnic set out on the Kennedy's front lawn. She calls over the boys and asks Ben to go and get Karl and Susan. Darren thanks her for taking him back, and they start to kiss as Karl and Susan arrive. Susan teases them.
Karl spots Zeke appear from Number 30 with Ringo, he invites them to come for lunch, but Zeke is more keen to go for a run, and so heads off.
Ned arrives and admits to Janae that he gets so angry when he sees Darren. He realises that's how she must feel every time she sees Kirsten. He apologises. Janae encourages him to buy the house with Steve and Miranda. He wants to wait to buy it with her, but Janae points out that Mickey needs the security now.
Miranda sneaks up on Bridget and pulls the headphones off her head. She tells her daughter to ring whoever it was who gave her the CD. Bridget isn't keen on ringing Declan; she doesn't want to two-time Josh. Miranda advises that she rings Josh first in that case, but Bridget can't bring herself to dump him; besides she doesn't want to. Miranda asks if she gets the kerching with Josh, but Bridget doesn't answer.
As Rachel and Angus have a smooch, Rachel's phone beeps. She wants to ignore it but Angus persuades her to look. It's an invite to a family lunch at Charlie's (but I thought they were all having a picnic on the front lawn - what happened?). Rachel wants to return to kissing, but Angus recons that she should go. She worries that it's the whole age issue again, and he remind her that they were teacher and student, so can't go showing their relationship in public. He offers to drive her to Charlie's. She asks if he wants her to go; they kiss.
Steph spots Darren arrives and enquires about their move back to Shep. She warns him to look after Libby, and if he doesn't she'll be on her bike and up to see him. Libby overhears and drags her friend away. She points out to Steph that she was the one encouraging her to go back to Darren. Steph just wants to make sure that Lib is happy, so Libby explains that they've compromised, but that they're planning to make it work. Steph agrees to be happy for her.
Over at the sofa, Carmella invites Marco to be at the birth of her child. He soon twigs that Oliver doesn't know about the arrangements yet, but Carmella reassures him that he is welcome to be there and Oliver will have to deal with it. She asks that he respects her word on the drug front too.
As Zeke and Ringo take a break from their run, they chat about their experience at the warehouse. Ringo points out that Zeke was lucky to have Karl with him; and that it's times like that when you learn a lot about people. Zeke grunts in agreement. Ringo goes on to explain that Jess gave him a message to give to her mum; he admits he hasn't done it yet; he's too scared that it might push her over the edge, or even him. He decides that he's stronger than that, he's going to do it.
As they start to run home, Angus and Rachel drive past, but the boys don't see.
Oliver isn't keen on the idea of Marco being at the birth, but Carmella asks him to respect Marco as her boyfriend and points out that he will be in their daughter's life. Oliver comments that Marco should respect him as the father too. Carmella asks that he doesn't tell Marco the reason why she's going drug free; she'd rather he didn't know.
Over at another table, Bridget and Josh are trying to make polite conversation, only it isn't going all that well. Josh is glad that Declan was with her in the collapse, so she wasn't alone. He is also grateful for saving him. Uncomfortable with the conversation, Bridget leaves.
Lassiter's Car Park
Angus drives into the car park, but Rachel points out that no one they know is about, so they can share another kiss (are they going for the record of the greatest number of kisses between one couple in a single episode - because this must be number nine or ten!). Angus still isn't so sure, but Rachel thinks it's 'wonderful'. She asks if they can go on a date sometime. Again, the going out together thing; Angus doesn't agree, but he offers to cook for her tonight, at his place - a proper date.
Rosie advises her sister to tell Marco the truth about her issue with the drugs. She warns her that the longer she leaves him in the dark over it, the more damage it will do to her relationship.
Miranda explains to Janae that she's managed to sort out the money to buy the house. Janae is pleased for them, and Miranda tells her she will always be welcome. Janae admits that she wouldn't have bought the house with herself anyway, but isn't happy about the way she and Steve pushed her out of the deal, and doesn't feel they can be friends anymore. She warns Miranda that she still hasn't told Janelle about the fact she won't be buying the house with the rest of them.
As Janae and Miranda set the table for dinner, Steve is pleased to see there is an extra space laid (um, no there isn't, there's six spaces and six of them), anyway, he's invited Josh over. Bridget isn't so impressed; nor Miranda, but Steve doesn't see what he's done wrong. Bridget decides that actually it's okay and tells her mum to ignore what she said earlier. Josh arrives so Steve goes to help him in.
Frazer watches Zeke and Ringo playing on a computer game. He tries to advise Zeke how to win the level, but it seems Zeke already knew a shortcut and wins. Rosie pops her head around the door to warn them that dinner isn't far away. Frazer jumps up and leaves with her.
Zeke asks Ringo how he's going with Jess' mum. He's going to call her. Zeke heads off to leave him to it. He calls Ms Wallace, but she is crying and he bottles it and hangs up the phone.
Josh has taken Janae seat at the table as Steve announces he's going to be part of the SES volunteer crew. Mickey asks where Janae is, so Ned explains that she's on the phone to her mum; and she's allowed, as she's an adult, unlike him when he spends hours talking to Ben. Janae comes through having got off the phone. She warns Steve and Miranda that as her name will no longer be on the bill, Janelle wants to get the best price for the house that she can get; she'll be going to auction.
Marco listens as Carmella explains how she was prescribed pills by a fake doctor, which she became addicted to. She admits she was able to hide it for a while, but then people started to notice, including Oliver. She knows she's beaten it now, but she still doesn't want to risk it happening again. Marco admires her for wanting to protect her baby so much, but can't see why she couldn't tell him. He asks that she informs him next time.
Carmella suddenly goes very quiet. She admits she hasn't been feeling right that day. As she doubles over in pain, she worries that it's too soon for the baby to be coming. Marco asks Steph to call an ambulance.