Paul leaving Kirsten in the bushfire
Marco unable to get into the shelter during the bushfire
Toadie taking Callum in; Callum nearly getting flattened by a tree and Toadie finding he stole stuff.
Paul being taken into questioning about the bushfires
Callum is just about to become a human cannonball when Steph and Jay interrupt him. Jay sends him outside with Charlie and a football while he and Steph tidy up the mess. As he's sorting things a lighter falls out of Callum's jacket. Steph is shocked and Jay asks if he was wearing it the day of the fire. Steph thinks he was.
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Toadie tells Carmella that Paul has just been taken into questioning and Harold adds that they shouldn't jump to conclusions. Oliver can't believe he'd put Rebecca and Elle in that kind of danger. Carmella brings up the Lassiter's fire but Toadie says they can't trust that evidence as he wasn't in his right mind at the time. Oliver and Carmella want Toadie to quit the case - there are other lawyers - but he says Paul's innocent until proven guilty. Carmella will believe he's guilty till proven otherwise but Toadie won't be persuaded to give it up.
Steph confronts Callum about the lighter. He thinks it's weird it was in his pocket as he hasn't seen it before. Steph says he won't be in trouble if he found it and asks who it belongs to. Jay says he'll get into more trouble for lying. Callum angrily asks who says he's lying. He tells Steph not to tell Toadie it belongs to him as it doesn't.
The General Store
Carmella asks Harold if he's heard whether Paul's been charged. She has a right to know. Harold says he hasn't heard. Elle comes in and tries to talk to Carmella but she angrily walks off. Rebecca assures Elle that Paul can't be the culprit - he rescued Karl and Susan. Elle wants to talk to Oliver about it but he has to go help out Carmella.
Rebecca doesn't think Paul is capable but Elle isn't so sure. In fact she was the one who asked the police to question him. Rebecca asks why and Elle tells her to ask him.
Toadie is annoyed Paul stayed silent during questioning - it's not a good look. Paul says the police will find the truth. Toadie knows he isn't Snow White but he didn't start that fire. Paul thinks he *is* guilty - he left Kirsten. Toadie wishes he'd tell the cops that - he's sick of guys like him and Steve willing to do time for things they haven't done. Paul thinks he might be innocent of arson but he's still morally guilty and Toadie says he should go tell a priest, counsellor or barman then. They have to tell the cops the real story as the culprit is still out there.
TOADIE: So this is bigger than you and your guilty conscience. You get that?
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Carmella returns for her handbag. Oliver asks if she needs a hand with the funeral but Marco's mum has it all under control. She tells them she isn't going anyway - why should that be her last memory of him? Harold thinks it'll help her to say goodbye and Ollie thinks Marco would've wanted her there but Carmella angrily says she doesn't want anyone telling her what Marco would want.
Carmella hugs one of Marco's shirts and tells Harold that if she closes her eyes she can almost believe he's still here. She needs him so much - why did he have to leave her? She cries as she says she can't stop thinking about him. Harold says she has to treasure her memories - in time Marco will continue to live on through them. Harold leaves her to it. She pulls on Marco's shirt and there's a voice asking why she'd want to cover herself up with ‘that old rag'. She turns round and Marco's sitting on the sofa.
Steph tells Jay about Paul confessing to setting the fire at Lassiter's. Jay asks if she thinks he's guilty of the bushfire but Steph thinks not, since Elle was there. She feels bad for having a go at Callum but Jay argues they don't know it's Paul for sure and reminds her she found the lighter. Steph thinks he's a good kid and Toadie's done a great job. Jay grumbles that he's still a kid with problems. Steph calls for Callum and apologises to him, saying it was a mix-up. Jay asks if he knows anything about the fire and Callum denies lighting it. Steph suggests they get a DVD but Callum's in a huff and goes to wait for Toad in the backyard.
Jay says sorry - maybe he was a bit harsh. But kids from troubled backgrounds tend to act out. Steph says they should wait and see what happens with Paul.
Carmella tells herself to get a grip. Marco tells her to start with taking off the shirt as it's covered in pasta sauce. Carmella thinks she's going mad but Marco asks her what Harold was just saying about keeping memories in her heart.
CARMELLA: So you're a memory?
MARCO: I'm whatever you need me to be.
He goes on to tell her that he likes her in the shirt, it reminds him of the baggy clothes she wore when they met. Carmella regrets playing so hard to get - they wasted time. Marco thinks love knows its own time. Carmella wishes he was still here - she misses him and needs him. She almost tries to touch him but pulls back. Marco tells her it's the same for him; his wife. He didn't get to say it enough. She doesn't think she can do it without him but he says she can - it'll just take time.
Steph is unhappy that Callum's still in a mood but Jay says he's just a kid. Rebecca tells Elle that she doesn't think she did the wrong thing - you have to listen to your conscience - but she's having a hard time believing it. Elle asks why he didn't defend himself. Paul and Toad walk in and Toad thinks Elle and Rebecca deserve the truth. Paul says Toad can tell them if he likes but he can't. Callum asks Toad if they can paint the shed but Toad thinks they've run out of time for today. Rebecca and Elle ask Toadie about Paul and he says he's been cleared. As for why he didn't defend himself, they'll have to talk to him about that.
Callum says a grudging thanks to Steph and Toad asks if everything went alright. Callum manages a ‘I guess' and he and Toad leave.
Toad and Callum have fish and chips. Toadie notices Callum's perked up and asks what was on his mind earlier but Callum says it was nothing - he's sweet. There's a knock at the door. Toad loses at rock paper scissors and has to get the door. It's Steph, who tells Toad about the lighter. Toadie isn't pleased to hear Steph's insinuation Callum could've set the bushfire and tells her to go. She reminds him he doesn't know Callum that well and it could be a cry for help. Toadie thinks he needs a bit of trust and gets more irritated when he hears Jay was involved. Callum comes to see what's going on and Toad tells him Steph's just leaving.
Charlie gives Jay a high five before he goes to bed. Cute. Steph angsts over Toadie and the Callum situation. Jay thinks she did the right thing. He starts kissing her neck but she pulls away, her run in with Toadie earlier still on her mind.
Rebecca has arranged to meet Paul. She's even surprised herself that she cares enough to bother with him. She knows he's feeling guilty about something. Paul tells her about leaving Kirsten. Rebecca argues that it was a sensible thing to do - you're meant to deal with your own safety first. It was an instinctive reaction and it doesn't mean he should take the rap for being an arsonist. Paul seems unconvinced. Rebecca tells him that she doesn't think he's the terrible man he thinks he is. He says he's still not good enough for her to love him though.
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Elle thinks she shouldn't have reported Paul but he says he should've told her the truth. He drove her to it. Elle feels sad more than guilty. This is what he does to her. She walks away.
As Carmella irons a dress, she and Marco reminisce about her wearing it on their six-month anniversary and how he was late for dinner. He asks if she's wearing it to his funeral. She thought of giving it a miss. Marco isn't pleased - after all he has to go and she'll miss all the nice things people say! Carmella thinks they'll only make her cry. Rebecca, in the hallway, overhears her saying everyone will be so sad and nice and it'll be too much for her. She says she'll think about it.
Toadie has filled some water guns with paint. Callum could never get sick of painting like this! They have fun painting the shed. Later, exhausted, Toadie says about Steph coming over the evening before and Callum tells him that even though he said the lighter wasn't his, he knew she didn't believe him. Toadie says that he told Steph he wouldn't light a fire. He asks him if he's right. Callum walks away without answering.
Later, in the backyard, Jay sets the shed on fire.