At school camp Zeke and Taylah kiss; when she goes to get some water, Zeke looks worried
Oliver's moving back into number 22 and fighting for custody of Chloe.
Fitzy confesses to Libby that his girlfriend Samantha was – and still is – his wife.
Libby isn't pleased to get conformation that Fitzy is still married – he knows what she went through with Darren. Fitzy starts to explain but Libby cuts him off.
LIBBY: What? She doesn't love you? Doesn't understand you? Only together for the kids?
Even as Fitzy tries to interject, she remonstrates with him – she won't be the other woman. He tells her he isn't Darren and she's making a mistake. Libby knows that alright – she thought he was a decent guy. She tearfully leaves.
Meanwhile Zeke and Taylah are pashing in their tent when Taylah rolls onto a torch and breaks the mood. She shines it under her face and asks Zeke if his dad ever did that. This leads to Zeke talking about his dad's lame jokes and he admits to her that even though it feels weird talking about him, he does like talking about his dad with her.
They move onto his past girlfriends and Zeke admits there's just been the one. She asks how serious his relationships have been; failing to find out how serious hers have been before answering, Zeke tells her they've been pretty serious. Taylah is hesitant, not knowing where to look, when she answers it's the same for her. Seeing how uncomfortable she is, Zeke cracks, saying he's never been with anyone in that way before. Taylah confesses the same and, relieved, they talk happily of how both the girls and guys thought this would be their night before Zeke starts making finger shadow animals on the tent wall.
The next morning. Fitzy catches Libby as she sets up breakfast, wanting to talk about last night. Libby would rather they get on with their jobs but Fitzy wants her to know the truth. He knows he should've been upfront but it's hard to talk about. The thing is his wife got sick…Libby automatically thinks he left his wife because she was ill. Fitzy doesn't get a chance to correct her as Rachel appears, offering to help.
In the kitchen Lou tells Mickey that he's going away with Harold and he won't make it to Grandfather's day. He can still send Mickey lots of postcards but Mickey says it's not the same – he'll miss him. Lou hugs him, looking troubled.
In the store Marco and Carmella are just about to have some OJ when Detective Sgt. Michaela Morris walks in and asks Marco to accompany her to station, where he'll be questioned on suspicion of assault.
Paul tells Rebecca that their deal is off if there's any sign of Oliver's moving in affecting Elle. Elle appears and lets Oliver in. He thanks her for her understanding and she offers her support in the custody hearing.
Once Elle has gone Oliver thanks Paul and goes upstairs. Paul observes that Elle and Oliver's meeting was seriously uncomfortable but Rebecca thinks they'll sort it out. Paul points out this arrangement might not be fair on Elle and Rebecca agrees but she has talk her son out of making the biggest mistake of his life.
Karl muses to Susan, Harold and Lou that Oliver won't have many people in his corner during his custody battle. Susan reminds him not to judge as they know only too well what it's like to be the subject of gossip.
Harold tells them that Lou is coming along on his trip and Karl and Susan are pleased. Lou clarifies this, saying that it's just an idea at the moment and not set in stone.
Rachel and Declan are collecting firewood and realising that they're practically the only people not to have hooked up at camp. Rachel uses her ankle as an excuse for the lack of romance and Declan says he's seriously saddle sore.
They reach for a fallen branch at the same time and end up very close. Declan decides to try and kiss her but Rachel tells him no.
DECLAN: You want to, don't you?
RACHEL: This is not about what I want.
She won't have Bridget thinking she's right about her. Declan says Didge is probably off pashing Ringo right now, which is news to Rachel. Even so, she still cares what Bridget thinks and hobbles back towards camp.
Looking into some undergrowth, Declan spots a snake. He yells this to Rachel before falling onto his back. Rachel asks if he's okay as he coughs and lies on the ground. She hurries back to camp in pursuit of help.
Harold asks Lou if he's having second thoughts and Lou admits he is. He was happier about the invitation than the actual journey; he's had enough adventures to last him a lifetime. Closer to the point, he doesn't want to be away from his family and friends. Mickey means the world to him and he can't bear to break his little heart.
Lou now gets Harold to ‘fess up; he's sad about leaving Ramsay street. He needn't worry though, as there'll always be a cuppa here, waiting for him.
Libby and Fitzy rush to Declan's aid as the rest of the kids linger in the background. Declan quietly admits to his teachers that the snake didn't bite him. Rachel ran off before he could set her straight.
LIBBY (looking at Fitzy): What is it about boys being afraid to tell the truth?
Fitzy, looking back at Libby, says he's sure his friends will give him the chance to explain. The kids start to scream about snakes and run off. Libby doesn't think they should hang around; she's calling off the camp.
Marco is in shock at being charged with assault. He apologises to Carmella but she knows Oliver provoked him and it's all to do with the custody dispute. Marco wishes he'd ignored him and Carmella makes him to promise to stay away from Oliver.
Karl checks over Declan in full view of Libby, Fitzy, Susan, Rebecca, Rachel and Paul. There's nothing like having an audience! Thankfully Declan is fine and Susan wonders if it was really necessary to call off the camp. Libby is certain the snakes were a good enough reason and it would've been too much hassle to get the kids to move elsewhere. Susan doesn't look convinced. Rebecca fusses over Declan and Rachel mentions his girly scream at camp while Fitzy leaves. Libby picks up Fitzy's car keys and hands them to him at the door. He takes the opportunity to ask her to have a drink with him later. She agrees.
Oliver is leaving an answerphone message for Mia when Marco appears and apologises for the punch before pointing out the custody dispute is no good for anyone. He's doing it to get back at him and Carmella. Oliver says he loves Chloe and thinks it's best for her. Marco wants to know if there's anything he can do to change his mind. Oliver tells him to leave town; then he'll drop it. Marco isn't going anywhere, so Oliver says he'll see him in court; he won't let his daughter be raised by someone like him.
Carmella is not pleased to hear Marco saw Oliver and is glad he didn't hit him, even though he wanted to. Harold comes over to ask a favour, which has trouble getting out. He rambles on about the house then finally manages to ask them very kindly to let Lou stay on. If the expressions on Carmella and Marco's faces are anything to go by then it's a big N-O.
The teens are doing their best impressions of Declan's girly scream from earlier. In the kitchen Miranda orders them to pipe down then Steve makes sure she's not embarrassed about their part time job, despite her intentions not to tell anyone about it. She says she simply doesn't need to shout it from the rooftops. Steve says he's not embarrassed of a good honest days work.
As the other teens go to the kitchen Bridget asks Rachel what happened between her and Declan. She says they were simply gossiping about people hooking up, like her and Ringo. Bridget swears nothing's going on there. Rachel assures her she and Declan are just friends too, although Bridget doesn't seem so sure.
Mickey wants to learn poker and Lou tells him it takes a long time. Just as well for Mickey that Lou is sticking around so he'll be able to teach him! Mickey is very pleased.
Libby arrives, looking very glam, as Fitzy worries over whether he's been too stereotypical in ordering a white wine for her. They sit and Fitzy starts at the beginning. Libby reminds him that he's only getting one chance at this, so he has to be honest.
He tells her he met Samantha at Uni and they clicked. He loved her very much; she was dynamic and upbeat, exciting to be around. Then she changed; small things at first then she started to scare him. He would've thought she was on drugs but knew it was something else.
FITZY: She was diagnosed bipolar.
Libby is sympathetic. He asks if she's been around someone when they're manic, which she hasn't. it's a nightmare. He stopped being her husband and became her carer.
LIBBY: Is that why you left her?
Fitzy says he didn't leave her; he would've never done that. She left him and made him promise not to come after her. He stuck to it; he couldn't help her anymore.
Libby thanks him for telling her. He disagrees with her when she says he didn't have to.
FITZY: The thing is I'm falling for you. I never thought I'd feel that way about another woman…
It's a lot to take in but he has to ask whether she'll give him a chance. She thinks he still loves Samantha but he disagrees – it's in the past.
LIBBY: I can hear it in your voice. It's the way you talk about her. You haven't gotten over her. You're still married.
Fitzy protests that it's in name only and part of him always will love Sam, but part of her will always love Drew too. She agrees but Drew is gone and Sam is still out there. Fitzy says it's over, that they can make it work but Libby won't be the other woman and until that changes…she apologises and leaves.
Fitzy is moping over Libby and Ringo puts on his Dr Phil face on to help him out. But Fitzy tells him he's alright and thanks him anyway.
Once Ringo's gone to bed, Fitzy calls someone on his mobile; a girl called Carli, who he hasn't spoken to in some time. He tells her he's looking for Samantha and he really needs to see her again...