Declan introducing Chris to everyone and Taylah clearly knowing him already.
Rachel and Zeke affirming they're happy to have Ringo move in with them.
Frazer telling Prue that he can't have her in his life anymore because she makes him feel like a failure.
Prue thinks Frazer's over-reacting, but Frazer insists that it's done. Ringo comes into the kitchen, disbelieving.
PRUE: Until you have a child, you can't know.
FRAZER: Yeah, Mum, I'm about to have a child and I can't imagine every blaming my kid for my short-comings, ever.
Prue accepts that if this is what he wants, she'll comply, and leaves.
Rosie is cataloguing the numerous and varying joys of all the Italian shoes she plans on purchasing in Rome. She asks Frazer if he'll make it up to Prue. He shakes his head.
ROSIE: But she's your mum. Pretty soon you're going to be a dad.
FRAZER: That's why I can't.
Frazer insists that he wants to go, despite the problems with his mum and Ringo's situation. They think about how they're going to miss everything, although admittedly the shoes slightly take the edge off the pain.
FRAZER: Right, Cammeniti, Italy awaits! Let's go pack some bags.
ROSIE: I am all yours, Daddyo.
They kiss and leave.
Outside Number 30, Dan appears just wearing his pants (this is a serious yum moment, there is absolutely no need for him to put his vest on but he does so anyway) and begging Sam to come back to bed, even though she has a meeting to get to. She gives in (for none can resist the power of the Scantily-Clad-Fitzy) just as Libby runs past with Ty. (Insert ample amount of awkward tension here/)
As they turn the corner, Frazer remarks to Rosie how real it feels now they have the tickets. Rosie asks if he's having any second thoughts and he answers in the negative, also managing to dodge the issue of his mother. I'm struggling to concentrate on the conversation whilst trying to work out if it's just the floaty dress or if there's a slight baby bump. Anyway, Frazer confirms that he does want to cut ties with Prue. When Rosie tries to see it from a parent's perspective, he won't have it, insisting that they're different to him mum.
It's like Piccadilly Circus on Ramsay Street this morning. Now Rebecca and Miranda appear assessing the various merits of different types of party food for Ringo's 18th. They tell Rosie and Frazer they have the surprise birthday party in hand. Whilst Frazer seems a bit uncertain, Rosie assures them Ringo will be thrilled. Frazer and Rosie are absolutely useless in the debate between sausage rolls and spinach triangles or vol-au-vents and mini quiches. Wow, this is sure going to be a rave.
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Lou tries to get out of his shifts but Marco won't have it, so Lou just runs away when Marco's not looking. Rosie and Sam are talking about Sam's earlier meeting which Rosie is well aware that she was late to and therefore is keen to dig for extra information. She's pleased to hear Dan and Sam's relationship is going so well. Sam tells Rosie about the legal progress. Rosie's feeling disappointed about having to leave the firm but Sam insists she'd trade places with her in a second.
The teen crew agree that Bridget should distract Ringo whilst the rest of them prepare his surprise party. When alone, Zeke checks with Declan that he's got the alcohol sorted.
Zeke won't tell Rachel what's going on with him and Declan. Susan answers the door to Ringo and Prue, who discuss his move in. Prue is keen to offer anything she can so Susan plays along by pretending she needs some stuff she clearly already has in abundance. Zeke's a bit put out that Ringo's sharing with him (Libby's stuff is still in the spare room) but covers it well.
Prue's packed up her stuff to leave, but Frazer suggests that she stays for Ringo's party - he needs to know that people love him. Frazer refuses to say that it would mean anything to him.
Ringo is enjoying his first beer with the boys - Frazer, Steve, Fitzy, Riley and Lou. They all toast to him and he's forced into making a speech, thanking them and saying how glad he is to be there, considering he almost wasn't. Lou makes Ringo get in the next round. At the bar, Frazer tells Ringo he could still come with them to Italy, but Ringo thinks he'll be fine. He wants Frazer to patch things up with their mum but Frazer still maintains that there's no need. He reminds Ringo that it's important for him to tell all of his friends so that he can make a full recovery. Ringo assures him that he will.
Around the table, the domestic goddesses of Ramsay Street are making preparations for the party which basically involves a whole load of wrapping paper, ribbon and PVA glue, although I'm not sure quite what they're intending to construct. Everyone's jealous of Rosie and Frazer's trip to Italy. Shoes seem to be a recurring theme. Rosie agrees that it will be good to be around family when the baby comes, but it will be hard leaving everyone, particularly Carmella.
Meanwhile, chopping veggies, Declan and Zeke lament the fact that the parents have taken over the party. Libby checks they've got enough alcohol for all the adults but the parents, particularly Rebecca, are adamant that their kids are not drinking, which seems a rather harsh stance for an 18th. Zeke agrees half-heartedly that they don't need to drink to have a good time.
Ringo and Bridget walk hand in hand, looking very cosy, and Bridget's pleased to see him smiling. She asks what he wants to do this afternoon, which is a bit of a stupid question considering she knows exactly what they've got planned. She has to dodge his suggestion of going to see a film and suggests they hang out together instead.
Marco offers to get some alcohol but Miranda is sure there's enough considering the kids aren't drinking. Susan Kennedy the Voice of Reason suggests that a blanket ban might not work and Marco, Steve and Riley agree, but Rebecca and Miranda won't have it any other way. Frazer isn't contributing to this debate because he's a bit absorbed with having a plastic cup hanging out of his mouth, which is a nice addition to the scene. Rebecca asks Steve to check the bags of the teenage guests, not without a fair bit of tension between the two of them, and he complies. Declan and Zeke look worried and rush out back to hide Declan's rucksack in the bushes. Zeke is being very defiant about the alcohol and won't listen to Declan, who thinks it might not be the best idea if it's just to impress Taylah. Zeke's sick of being the resident geek and is determined to rebel.
Later on, everyone is congregated out back and preparing to surprise Ringo as he enters with Bridget shielding his eyes. He is really thrilled at the surprise. Fitzy and Sam go past Libby and Ty towards the pool. Libby turns down the chance to dance with Ty to watch Sam applying lotion to Dan's back.
With Taylah now present, Zeke is keen to get the beers from Declan, but he's a bit more savvy about the considerable adult presence. Zeke is clearly worried about not looking cool compared to Chris, who is talking to Taylah.
Frazer introduces a speech from Ringo.
RINGO: I guess first of all I'd like to thank everyone for coming and for their efforts in making today happen, especially Rosie, Frazer and Mum. Er ... safe trip guys - I'm really going to miss you all. These guys have been with me through some pretty tough times. Times that I haven't been able to talk about until now, I guess. Um, that's because I haven't wanted everyone to know that I have an eating disorder. If I could go back and change everything I would, but I can't, so I guess all I can do now is say sorry to the people I've lied to or hid from and try to tell the truth.
Everyone applauds him. Bridget and Ringo smile at one another.
In the kitchen, Ringo tells them how great it feels to have it all out in the open. Declan isn't great with the sensitivity, thinking it was a chick thing. Ringo explains that it's more about control than food. Rachel brings the rest of them outside so Bridget and Ringo can be alone. Ringo admits he was embarrassed, but Bridget promises that she doesn't think any less of him.
RINGO: You know, the doctors say you tell the people you care about most last because they're the ones you can't afford to lose.
BRIDGET: You care about me that much?
RINGO: Yeah, I do. Question is, how much do you care about me?
Bridget answers with a kiss which is hastily relocated to another area of the house as Steve enters, having confiscated some beers. Around the corner, Dan asks Sam to move in. Libby walks past with Ty and sees them kissing. They walk back in the other direction and Sam and Fitzy look embarrassed.
Outside, Zeke offers Chris a beer, which he turns down to join his friends. Taylah is not impressed by Zeke's secret stash of alcohol. She tells him that she likes her because of who he is - he doesn't have to try to impress her. She likes him much more than she did Chris and when Zeke suggests their relationship is less serious, she leads him away with her.
Ringo tells him mum that he appreciates her letting him do his own thing. She hugs him as Rosie and Frazer appear with extremely minimal luggage. Seriously, I could think of more dresses alone that Rosie's worn than would fit in that tiny suitcase. Is this seriously all their worldly belongings? Prue wishes them a wonderful time in Italy and Frazer tells her to travel safe. He produces some money for her to pay for an air fare to Italy or wherever they are when the baby comes. He insists that she accepts it and they hug before the four of them have a group hug. Frazer tells Prue (whose bag is also tiny but more understandable for someone who hasn't been living there for 18 months) that they'll give her a lift back home.
Frazer tosses Ringo his car keys - a final birthday present. Rosie warns him not to drive until he has his license, but either way he's ecstatic. He lifts the suitcases with sprightly ease. This is getting ridiculous now - either Ringo is Mr Muscle or those cases aren't even densely packed. Frazer and Ringo hug goodbye to each other. Ringo tells them he'll miss them as Frazer, Rosie and Prue drive away. Frazer gives one last wave out of the window before they turn out of Ramsay Street for the last time.
Steve tries to stop the unruly behaviour of Chris and his mates. Rebecca sees their food fight and is not impressed. Steve suggests that the boys leave.
Taylah tells Zeke she likes him because he's different. Zeke worries that he doesn't match up to Chris Knight but Taylah silences him with a kiss.
Things are getting out of hand so Steve resorts to chucking them out. He tries to protect Rebecca from their lecherous ways but she's determined to look after herself.
Taylah pulls away suddenly from Zeke. She starts undoing the buttons on her top. Zeke asks her if she's sure and she nods so he proceeds to take his top off. They kiss again. Susan walks in and exclaims at this horrifying sight. Zeke looks guilty.
Rebecca tries to intervene as a boy pushes Declan around and ends up being thrown to the floor by one of them. Everyone watches but don't help as she lies there in pain.