Sam telling Rosie about her bipolar disorder
Sam doing origami while Dan is in surgery
Rachel and Ty agree to start over
Ben and Charlie have gone missing; unbeknownst to the adults, Ben is trapped in a drain.
A worried Steph wonders if splitting up the search was a good idea but Susan assures her it was.
Rachel spots Ty and asks him if he's seen two little boys.
TY: Sounds like a song.
It's the wrong time to joke as Rachel bites back at him and he tells her he hasn't seen anyone. He listens as Didge and Rachel fill him in.
Near the rotunda, Steph hopes that Ben will look after Charlie and Libby is sure he will. Steph is angry that Ben's run off with Charlie as he should know better at his age. Libby thinks she's blaming Ben and Steph says that maybe if she hadn't shouted at him, he wouldn't have scarpered. Sam listens on as Steph berates Libby for banning him from seeing Daniel and upsetting him. Susan shouts at them to grow up and stop it.
Sam leaves for Ramsay Street and the search continues.
Fitzy shouts for Ben and then hears his voice calling back. He locates him; in a drain that Marco's parked his car over. Fitzy tells Ben he has to go and get Marco to move it but Ben pleads with him not to leave him. Fitzy resorts to shouting Marco's name but he doesn't appear. Fitzy decides to smash in the window and release the handbrake to move the car. Sam arrives and tells Fitzy to call Libby while she does the fun part and smashes the window.
Rachel, Ty and Didge head for the footy oval to look for Ben. Libby tells her mother that Steph is right - Ben's been through so much and all she's been doing is pining over Dan.
Her phone rings; it's Fitzy with the good news. But their happiness is tempered when they realise Charlie's still missing. Libby calls to Steph.
Steph pulls up as Ben sits on Marco's car, chatting to Fitzy. Steph asks Ben where Charlie is just as Sam appears, saying that she's found Charlie in a cupboard his room. That was handy, wasn't it? Steph runs off while Libby crushes Ben in a hug, telling him not to do it again. Fitzy tells her not to be too hard on him as he got up to worse at his age; it's a boy thing.
LIBBY: Listen to me, Mister, no more boy things unless the big girl says you can, okay?
The onlookers watch this happy scene, then Fitzy asks for Sam to 'help this invalid home'. She does just that as Libby thanks them again. Susan looks to see Libby's reaction to this but she only looks for a second before looking back to her son.
Rachel wonders why Ben would be playing in a drain and Susan thinks it's a boy thing. She should be glad she has the female chromosome. Rachel thought it was pretty scary there for a while. Bridget remarks that it was sweet how Ty dropped everything to help out. Rachel doesn't react at all and Susan wonders if there's something she should know.
RACHEL (to DIDGE): Consider yourself cactus.
Detective Sergeant Morris appears and tells Susan that Angus's trial date has been set so she needs Rachel's victim impact statement. Susan relays this to Rachel but she says she won't be making one.
RACHEL: I'm nobody's victim, least of all Angus's.
Libby runs through all the lessons Ben has learned from today. She tells him how lucky he was that Sam and Dan were there to rescue him. Ben apologises to Steph and gives her a hug before running off to bed. Libby asks how Charlie's doing and Steph tells her that he confessed to spilling the paint. Ben was so good for taking the heat for him and Libby says Charlie's a good kid too.
STEPH: Yeah. You still suck as a mum though.
They laugh. Ben appears and Libby asks why he lied for Charlie. Ben says he didn't want to him to get into trouble. Libby assures him he can still give Dan his medal tomorrow.
Once Ben's gone Libby says being a mum is a series of guilt trips and no one ever mentions to that when you thinking of having kids. She thanks Steph for telling her about the paint.
STEPH: That's alright. Make up for my big fat mouth.
Fitzy is telling Rosie how amazing Sam was this afternoon. Wonder woman! Rosie didn't think she was a hot pants kinda girl but Fitzy's already seen her in hot pants. Rosie would rather not know.
Rosie is fed up with how horrendous being pregnant is. It's a conspiracy that mothers withhold information from their daughters to ensure the arrival of their pressure grandkids.
ROSIE: And just while we're on the topic, don't know why it's called morning sickness. Still riding the porcelain bus and it is after dinnertime.
FITZY: Porcelain bus? Nice...
He offers a cup of tea but the merest mention of cream sends her running for the bathroom again to be very noisily sick.
Rachel couldn't sleep because of Angus and Susan is sorry it's come up again. Rachel tells her that she thinks Ty might like her but she keeps biting his head off. It's to do with Angus and not Ty. Susan says that's what a victim impact statement is all about; she has been hurt by this. Rachel thinks everyone else around her, but her, has been hurt by it, including Angus. Susan disagrees. Rachel argues that he's come off at lot worse than she has. Susan says that maybe by telling the court what happened will help her move on but the only thing Rachel thinks will help is seeing him again and apologising for what happened. She wants Susan to take her to the sentencing.
Susan understands why she thinks it'll help but she thinks it won't. Rachel says she could go without Susan's okay but she doesn't want to hurt her again. She pleads with her to do this for her.
Sam and Fitzy are having scones with cream and jam, yummo, but not if you're still riding the porcelain bus like poor Rosie. As she charges for the bathroom again, Fitzy goes to answer the door. He shows Ben and Libby into the kitchen where Sam invites them to join them. Ben presents his medal, telling them it's for saving him. Fitzy thanks him and takes it but Ben tells him it's for Sam - she's his hero. Libby smiles then ushers Ben out.
Fitzy tells Sam he's jealous.
SAM: It's pretty tough to outhero Wonder Woman.
Fitzy asks if she has any plans; he wants to take her somewhere.
FITZY: Time to say goodbye, huh?
Sam remembers how she brought him somewhere nice to break the news, in case he wasn't ready but Fitzy says it was the happiest day of his life. Sam muses that they were so in love and it felt like it could only get better. She begins to think better of this idea but Fitzy pulls her back and tells her of the vision he got when she told him; of him surfing with his son. Sam tearfully recalls he knew it would be a boy.
SAM (cries): I just couldn't wait to hold him. He would've been so loved.
She places her bunch of flowers on a swing. Fitzy does the same, then holds her as she cries.
The peace and quiet has again been ruined by the phantom lawnmower. Fitzy asks Sam to stay for lunch but she has some stuff to organise. However she can't thank him enough; some of that darkness has lifted. Fitzy is shocked when she tells him she's leaving Erinsborough. He asks if this is about Libby but she says it's to do with them and the divorce. He apologises but she says it was her fault for coming back too late. Fitzy isn't sure if he's ready to see her go but she wants to do the right thing by him for once.
Libby tells Susan that it's unfair for her to stop Ben seeing Dan, as much as she might like to. From now on it's over and dealt with. Susan is pleased.
They move on to talking about Rachel. Part of Susan thinks she might be right and need to go. Libby's suggestion is to trust Rachel's instincts and help her through it. Rachel appears and Susan makes sure she's prepared for what the sentencing might bring before agreeing to go with her. Rachel hugs her and admits she was so scared of the thought of having to go alone.
Rosie assures Sam that the business will survive but it was nice to work with a friend for once. Rosie makes sure there's no way back for her and Dan and tells her they'll have dinner tonight. Sam thanks her but she's leaving tonight.
Ben appears and asks Sam if she'll be home tonight as he drew a picture of her and Dan. Sam hesitates and Libby sends Ben to get a drink from Steph. Sam tells her she's leaving Erinsborough. Rosie leaves and Libby asks if it's about her but Sam says it was simply time. Libby says Dan's her husband and that won't change but Sam's leaving for her own reasons. She tells Libby to say goodbye to Ben for her; she's done a good job with that one. Libby wishes her good luck and Sam thanks her. As she walks away, Libby smiles to herself.
Fitzy smiles as he holds one of Sam's origami birds. He leaves.
Sam gives Rosie her parent's address in Bronte beach. Rosie promises to bring bubs up when she or he is born. She has to check again if Sam's sure about the divorce but Sam won't talk about it any longer.
Fitzy appears and Rosie excuses herself. He tells Sam not to go. She asks what it is he wants from her but he can't answer. He tells her that he doesn't know what the future holds or whether they should be together but if she leaves today, it's over forever. Sam thinks that's what he's wanted ever since she came back.
FITZY: Sam, we were perfect once. We owe it to ourselves to find out if we can be again.