Carmella telling Elle that she's going to buy out her share in the General Store.
Steph admitting to Libby that she's scared about Toadie coming home.
Paul realising that sorting out his blackmail problems isn't going to be as easy as he'd hoped.
Elle and Kirsten contemplate the problems of having more than one blackmailer. Kirsten thinks she should have told Rebecca straight away and Elle thinks she should have told Ned and Mickey the truth. Elle says it would have put them in an even bigger mess if everyone had known, but Kirsten's still creeped out by the blackmail. Paul tells them he couldn't trace the call - it was from a pre-paid phone. Elle and Paul refuse to let Kirsten go to the police.
Ned and Steve agree that despite everything, they will always be brothers. Steph is enjoying the "Bromance". Libby tells Steph that Toadie's landed back home. Steph tries to get out of coming to the welcome home dinner.
Oliver brings Chloe in to Carmella. Ollie tells her that he's dropping his claim for sole custody because he missed her so much when they were away that he realised neither of them deserved to miss out on time with their daughter. Carmella is thrilled.
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Elle is pleased that Oliver's dropped the case and encourages him to tell Carmella about the two of them, before someone else does, because of how Carmella feels about her. Oliver's shocked to hear that the reason Carmella feels threatened is that Elle lent Marco $20,000. Marco comes up and thanks Oliver for dropping the custody dispute.
Mickey shows Kirsten the billy-cart he and Ned are making. Mickey goes to get cleaned up and Ned tells Kirsten that his dad's gone back to Oakey suddenly, but he'll explain later. Ned comments that she looks like she needs cheering up and suggest that they all go to Toadie's welcome home dinner at the Kennedys'. Kirsten reluctantly agrees, to Mickey and Ned's delight.
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Karl is worried about the way Libby and Ty were dancing because he thinks she'll get hurt again, but Susan thinks it's fine - Ty just makes her feel good about herself. It's none of their business if it's more than that.
Marco approaches Carmella who is working on her snazzy laptop. She's trying to sell the stuff she bought in Italy, refusing to be indebted to Elle. Oliver appears and Marco goes whilst the two parents discuss formalising access arrangements. Oliver's arranged for them to see Sam and Carmella's happy to see how keen he is. When talk turns to business, Carmella accuses Elle of being an opportunist. When Oliver defends her, Carmella thinks Elle has told Oliver that she's loaned them money to bail Carmella out of her financial trouble. Oliver reveals that, in fact, she just said it was a business arrangement and implores her to come to him next time money's a problem.
Sienna asks Marco who it is sitting with Carmella and Marco explains that Oliver is Chloe's dad. Sienna suggests that Marco doesn't get on with him because Oliver is serious competition. Marco warns that Oliver has no substance to back up his looks.
Sam summarises the access arrangements - Chloe will reside with Carmella but have regular contact with Oliver. Sam agrees that it's best to keep things friendly and out of the courts. She prints off copies of the contract for them to sign. Carmella suggests celebrating. Sam says that she and Oliver know where to go - she and Dan met him out clubbing the night before. Oliver doesn't mention Elle.
The Toad's back! He greets Charlie, then Libby and gives Steph an awkward hug. He has some photos but Ben wants to show him something in his room first. Steph sits on the sofa and looks at Toadie's camera. She sees a picture of him looking happy with a family in Timor.
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Carmella suggests to Oliver that they should crack open some bubby at Toadie's dinner and asks Sienna to cover for Marco so he can come. She agrees and sends him round the back to answer a phone call. Carmella introduces Sienna to Oliver and he says he can see the family resemblance. I can't. She goes to get some food and Oliver asks Sienna how long she's staying. She doesn't know, she's just there on a break from working as a nurse in a hospital. She goes when Elle arrives and congratulates Oliver on working things out with Carmella. Oliver wants to keep their relationship a secret from Carmella until they sign the papers in case it upsets her. Elle agrees, but kisses him because Carmella isn't there now (although Sienna is watching in the background). This is strange, I would have thought Carmella was there somewhere because she went towards the shelves and she couldn't have got out without going in front of the camera. Elle suggests to Sienna that if she wants to keep her job, she should forget what she just saw.
Libby suggests to Steph that Toadie met the family she saw him with in a photo at one of the camps he was helping at. Steph is unsure because Toadie skipped over them - he didn't want them to see them. She's worried that there's something he's not telling them and Libby suggests that perhaps it's not their business and it's a good thing if he's moved on (is it me or is she becoming more and more like her parents?). Steph is less enthusiastic. Steph tells Libby that she's not sure if she's going to come to the dinner but Libby insists that she'll see her later.
Karl and Rachel tease Susan about her over-catering. Libby arrives with Ben, whose hair is looking crazy. Susan puts Karl in charge of music, much to Libby and Rachel's displeasure. He picks the Bee Gees. Karl asks, "subtle as a sledgehammer", in Susan's words, how the dancing is going with Ty. Libby tells them that he's asked her out and she's said yes. She seems pleased so Susan shuts Karl up.
Toadie and Bob are back at Number 30 and reminiscing about House of Trouser, which, shockingly, Dan hasn't heard of. Sam tells him that his room is ready. Toadie rewards her with an elephant model and a t-shirt for Dan - both of which were bought in Melbourne airport. Sam comments on the bad smell and Toadie produces a festering bag of laundry. He has no luck in convincing Sam to do the washing and she reminds him that he'll have to pull his weight domestically. He asks her to continue to cover for him at the firm - he has something else to do which needs his full attention.
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Sienna asks who the man Carmella's just served is and Carm tells her it's Paul Robinson - Elle's dad. Sienna's surprised that she's being so nice to him, but Carmella insists that she can't let her personal feelings for Elle interfere with her treatment of the rest of the family. Sienna thinks bad genes run in families. Carmella accuses her of being judgemental and Sienna accuses her cousin of being gullible. The one thing they do agree on is that Elle's a piece of work. Sienna lets slip that she saw her kissing Oliver. Nicely done.
Lots of people have turned out to welcome Toadie back home. He gives Susan a big hug to say thank you and helps out with the clearing up. Steph arrives and apologises for being late. Carmella assures Marco that Sienna will be ok and goes to check on Chloe. Elle watches suspiciously over Oliver's shoulder. Steve grabs Marco to clarify something about soccer. Elle takes Oliver aside and tells him she hopes Sienna doesn't tell Carmella. Oliver agrees.
Steph asks Toadie if he made any new friends whilst he was away. He said he did and he didn't have time to get lonely - he was too busy working. Steph tells him that his friendship means a lot to her. He isn't taking the hint, so she makes her digging a bit more overt, asking if there's anything he wants to tell her. He isn't giving anything away so Steph leaves him.
Kirsten thanks Ned for inviting her. He suggests they spend more time together as a family. Kirsten says Mickey would love that - and so would she.
Kirsten drives past Paul the next morning and he shakes his head at her. She pulls up outside Number 22 and comments to Steve, Mickey and Ned that Steve was on good form last night. Ned admits that he told her about Jim. Kirsten apologises, but Steve said it all worked out alright. Mickey brings a letter over to Ned and opens it for him. Ned moves away to answer the phone and Mickey passes the envelope onto Kirsten. She opens it to find a piece of paper with "ASK KIRSTEN ABOUT HER AFFAIR WITH PAUL ...!" written on it. She quickly screws it up and tells Ned it's junk mail
Elle is just leaving after signing something on behalf of Lassiter's for Sam and Oliver and Marco are next in line for Sam's time. Carmella arrives with Sienna and apologises for being late. She asks Oliver if he tried to hide his relationship with Elle because he was afraid what she might do.
CARMELLA: You know, you made a choice, now I'm making one. (she screws up the contract) You can shove joint custody.
She leaves with Sienna, exclaiming that Elle will never have anything to do with her daughter and telling her never to threaten her cousin again.
Ned asks a very distressed-looking Kirsten what's up. She says that she never wanted him and Mickey to be dragged into this. She asks him to remember how important how important they are to her and how much she loves spending time together as a family, before admitting that she's made a terrible mistake and now she's being punished for it. She hands him the letter. He asks if it's true.
KIRSTEN: Paul and I had an affair and now we're being blackmailed for it.