Ollie telling Mia that where their relationship goes next is up to her.
Harold pulling out of selling the house to Marco.
Marco is rightly miffed that Harold is reneging by using the cooling off period in the contract as the get out clause. Harold is about to explain why when Lou joins them and says instead that after living in the street for 21 years [that is a lie he was away for some of those years] he's allowed to change his mind. Lou sticks up for his mate and tells Marco that he isn't going to hold a piece of paper over his head.
Ollie and Mia are discussing the merits of how they announce that they are in a relationship and the knock on effects that has especially for her and Marco. As the conversation progresses we get a hint of what Ollie is really worried about – that he will be pushed out of Chloe's life in preference to Marco and remarks that he wishes Marco would have his own kid if he wants to play daddy. Thankfully Mia keeps quiet in the nick of time but Ollie's suspicions are aroused.
OMG two weeks running we've seen the inside where Harold is annoyed at himself for reneging despite Lou saying he is allowed to. Toadie suggests to Harold that he goes back to work and when he goes, Lou gets another anxiety attack again but the way he is holding his chest it looks like he's having another heart attack so Toadie dials for an ambulance. Just as Toadie is asking for one, Lou snatches the phone away and ends the call before telling Toadie it isn't his heart and never has been.
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Carmella and Rosie are discussing the future and Carmella reminds her sister to keep quiet about Marco's problem. Frazer arrives to drop off a pressie from Lucia – a christening gown for Chloe because she can't be there on the day. It's like Piccadilly Circus, when Marco arrives too wanting to talk to Carmella and announces that Harold has changed his mind.
Ollie explains to Mia that he hates hiding behind everyone's back but she isn't keen on making a public declaration of love but eventually agrees that they can do things slowly to let everyone know they are a couple, agreeing to go to the christening with Ollie as a couple.
Lou has told Toadie the truth about his “heart attack” and his embarrassment of being alone when his best friend goes. Toadie reminds Lou that he's had panic attacks too and that he should tell Harold who won't think any less of him and means that he can go away with his mind at rest. When Lou says he doesn't want to tell Harold, Toadie has a go at him for the stress he is putting Harold under.
LOU: It's better than being a lonely old man.
TOADIE: It's not going to work Lou. You've got to come clean.
LOU: And then he'll be gone.
TOADIE: He's going to go anyway but this way you give him a decent send off.
Lou worries that if he does come clean then Harold will never forgive him and he'll lose the best mate he's ever had but Toadie reminds him that his conscience will be clear.
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Lou decides to come clean to Harold and tells him that it was an anxiety attack he took not a heart attack. Harold twigs as to why he said it (to stop him leaving) but instead of taking it out on Lou for lying to him, he takes it out on himself for being selfish. Lou opens his heart to tell his friend that the two of them have a connection and that distance won't stop that and explicitly tells him to go and travel.
LOU: I want you to have the time of your life, maybe come back for a visit. I'll be here… and you can bore me rigid with all those photographs and slides of your grey haired nomad mates.
HAROLD: (jokingly punching Lou in the arm) Well they won't be a patch on you.
LOU: (jokingly punching him back) They'd better not be!
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Carmella tries to reassure Marco that there will be other houses even though he is still peeved off. He gets the wrong end of the stick though when Carmella says that he doesn't have to make it up to her, by thinking it his inability to have children and storms out of the office. Carmella runs after him after asking Frazer and Rosie to babysit.
ROSIE: Well that's a good start for your lifetime commitment.
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Carmella catches up with him at the store and reassures him that she wants to be with him regardless of what he can or can't give her and more importantly that they don't need a tribe to be a family. Marco still doesn't believe her but Carmella convinces him she is and while pashing to prove the point, Harold approaches them.
Marco begins by apologising for being out of line but Harold explains that he had every right to and tells them that he is keeping the house but he has a solution to please all parties.
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A happy Carmella and Marco arrive back all smiles which puzzles Rosie given how they left. They also tell her what Harold's plan was – they are going to rent his house from him for next to nothing and partially furnished which means they can save up for their own house.
Surprisingly, Rosie isn't happy for them and points out all the pitfalls of being renters which puzzles them and when she enters her office, Marco has twigged why Rosie wasn't jumping for joy – she knows about his problem.
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Rebecca is asking Paul and Declan for advice on clothes for Chloe and Declan warns his brother when he appears that Rebecca is getting clucky and jokingly suggests she has another baby. Thankfully Rebecca ignores Declan and reminds him that she is a granny. She then tries to use her granny skills when she spots Marco and Carmella entering but they stop her (and Ollie) from picking Chloe up using the excuse that it took ages to get her to sleep and knocking back the invite to join them at their table.
When they sit down, Marco accuses Carmella of not being over his news and so was sobbing on Rosie's shoulder. Carmella replies that she wasn't sobbing and he has a go at her for blabbing about his personal business without his permission.
Frazer arrives with supper for himself and Toadie since Rosie is busy and asks if he's heard from Charlie. He replies no and then explains his fears that he may not be allowed to talk to Charlie when Steph returns. “Steph wouldn't be like that would she?” asks Frazer and Toadie debates if Steph will even let him see Charlie to make it less confusing for the little lad.
FRAZER: You're part of his life.
TOADIE: I'm not his dad; I'm not even his step-dad.
FRAZER: I don't think Charlie cares mate; he just likes hanging out with you.
TOADIE: The feeling is mutual.
The two of them tuck into the food and Frazer brings up the speech Toadie has to make at the christening… and that they don't want any Mafia/Godfather jokes! Cue the two of them doing their best Godfather/Mafia impressions.
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It's a communal brekkie for the christening but Rosie isn't too keen on anything that Ringo has cooked due to her morning sickness. Paul brings up what Declan jokingly suggested in TGS the previous day – if Rebecca has considered them having a child together. Thankfully for the world, a stunned Rebecca replies “of course not” although Paul replies back “that's a pity”.
Ollie and Mia arrive as a couple but refuses to hold his hand as they make their way to the rotunda where everyone is gathered and makes herself comfy in the back row while Ollie heads up to the rotunda.
I'm not sure what you call the person who conducts a civil naming ceremony but she is credited as being Clare in the credits.
Clare explains to the gathered that they are there to welcome Chloe into the world and to formalise the link between her and her godparents and Toadie is invited to make his speech:
TOADIE: We owe it to the child the best we have to give. That's what it ways in the UN's declaration of the rights to the child and Chloe is here to remind me to be the best person I can be. In life we can lose people we love unexpectedly but if you are lucky enough another precious gift comes along… and you're that gift Chloe and I solemnly swear to make too many bad markie jokes in the future.
The gathered then make their way up to the rotunda to look at Chloe but Marco spots Ollie heading to his sister where he personally invites her to say hello to Chloe… and holds her hand on the way there.
Harold brings Tazzle through to the kitchen and spots a lead heading from the kitchen outside and just as he is going to see where it leads, Lou comes in after spring-cleaning Harold's van despite Harold pointing out that it isn't necessary. Lou then admits he is almost envious of the lifestyle he is about to lead and tells Harold not to worry about him when he enquires what Lou will do once he goes.
Harold then comes up with a brainwave and invites Lou to join him on his travels but Lou points out that they'd drive each other crazy given the size of the van!
HAROLD: Where's your sense of adventure? Two old mates on the road, sunrise in a new place every day.
LOU: Are you trying to give me another anxiety attack?!
HAROLD: You think about it.
Mia is remarking on the great ceremony while her brother has a face like thunder on him and eventually he asks to have a word with her. When the two of them leave, Carmella has a go at Ollie for taking the shine off of Chloe's day.
We cut to see Marco and Mia he isn't pleased at his sister dating Ollie and thinks it's so Ollie can get at him. He is even further unimpressed when Mia says that she and “Ollie” are good together.
Toadie gathers people for photos and Carmella wants one a family of the 3 ladies to send to Lucia and so that they can remember it as a perfect day. “Yes, it's probably the only christening you'll have so…” Rosie says quietly to Carmella but not so quietly, as Ollie has overheard and Rosie immediately apologises to Camry for saying it. Ollie approaches the ladies to find out what is going on and Rosie tries to say it was a slip of the tongue but Ollie wants answers and Carmella isn't giving any.
OLLIE: Marco can't have kids can he?
Break over and Carmella is trying to reassure Ollie that Marco isn't trying to take Chloe away from him but he isn't seeing it like that and bites back that all Marco wants is Chloe.
Marco comes over to see what is going on and isn't fobbed off with Carmella's story and tells Ollie that he's “unbelievable using his daughters christening to make some pathetic point about your latest woman.” Rosie tries to diffuse the situation but Ollie is worked up too and tells Marco that he always thought it weird him going after a pregnant woman and, although he's sorry, reiterates that its hands off his daughter. Marco then grabs Ollie and the two of them begin fighting. Boys.