Harry introducing Kate to Lou.
Zeke walking in on Bridget getting changed.
Carmella saying goodbye to Marco.
Jay stabbing Steph with scissors, Toadie holding her, telling her she'll be okay.
Dan chases after Jay, narrowly missing Carmella who is pushing Chloe. Dan throws Jay on the bonnet of a car, and tells Carmella to call the police.
Steph is being wheeled onto a gurney into surgery, away from Toadie, who stands in the corridor with Nicola. Toadie is beside himself and Nicola gives him a hug; Toadie tells her he's going to call Libby.
Ned, Steve and Mickey arrive to see Kirsten, and Nicola tells them about Steph. They go in to see Kirsten, who says she's lucky that she doesn't have to have her dressing changed today. Mickey tells his mum that they've caught Jay, and Steve says that he's stabbed Steph, too. Kirsten thinks that Jay must be a pretty unhappy person not to lie around being angry with the guy that did all this.
Back in the waiting area, Libby and Callum arrive, and Callum makes a big deal of the fact that Toadie didn't believe him when he said Jay was back. Nicola comes out of surgery; Steph has a collapsed lung, and it's lucky she got to hospital when she did.
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Declan is teasing Didge about her wanting to go slow in their relationship, and he wants to know what the rules are about kissing her. She's not telling. Ringo, Rachel, Donna and Zeke are chatting at a table, and Ringo asks why Zeke is still alive, given that Zeke walked in on her. Donna thinks that it's odd that Didge was all over Declan at the kiss-a-thon and is now being so straight.
RACHEL: Maybe she knows when to back off.
DONNA: Rachel, you and I should have pashed! We still can! Outside Helen's office!
RINGO: Yes please.
RACHEL: Ew! No way.
DONNA: Why not?
It's all very awkward, and Rachel tells her that she isn't interested and doesn't want the attention. Donna claims she was joking, but is then really embarrassed and walks away. Ringo admits that he kind of likes Donna...
Steph is awake, and Nicola gives her the lowdown on what happened to her. Nicola also tells her that Toadie's outside and wanting to see her; Steph worries that she's demanding too much of his attention, but Nicola goes to get him anyway.
Libby goes in to see Steph, whilst Nicola suggests that Toadie tell Steph how he feels for her. Toadie disagrees.
Suddenly, Jay is wheeled in on a gurney, too, and Nicola's not happy that he's in the same hospital as Libby and Kirsten, but there's nothing to do about it. Steve, Ned and Mickey see him; Ned gets a furious look on his face, as much as Ned can.
Cut to seconds later, and Ned is demanding that Jay is removed. Toadie wonders what the shouting's about, and Nicola has to tell him about Jay, too. Oh, and then Paul appears, because apparently all his journalists listen to police radio frequencies, and he refuses to leave until he can publish a story about what Jay's done and where he is.
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Susan's chatting to Kate at a table, envious of her life of travel.
SUSAN: Oh, can we swap lives? I've got quite a nice husband. He's a bit worn out, but he's in pretty good nick otherwise.
Kate tells Susan that she's been married twice, and twice discarded for a younger model. Susan asks Kate about her relationship with Harry – they're from different worlds, although they're at least both mad about cars...or are they?
Kate says that when she met Harry she complimented him on his vehicle, and let him think that she was a car fanatic because she likes him so much...! Susan – knowing the truth about Harold – suggests that Kate tell Harry this. But Lou and Harold arrive with drinks, and Lou is enthusiastic about Kate and Harold's date to a car event! They both pretend to be thrilled about it!
In the one and only classroom, the kids sit at tables of two; Donna is alone. She checks her phone and has no messages. Rachel watches her from the door, seemingly feeling sorry for her, and goes over to apologise. She sits with her friend.
Rachel admits that she's trying to keep a low profile because she made a fool of herself earlier on in the year with her teacher, Angus. Donna knows – she's seen the graffiti around school. She wants to know if Rachel wants to do something about it...
And cut to the corridor where Rachel is looking at the graffiti on her locker: “Kinki hot 4 teacher.” Donna changes it to: “Funky shop 4 preachers”. Wow. Cos that's, you know, showing them.
Donna tells her that by turning it into a joke, she's being much more cool about it. She gives Rachel a black pen to go to the girls' toilets and change the messages in the there, too.
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Susan is sitting with Kate and Harry when Lou comes in with the tickets to the car event. Seeing their faces, Susan suggests that Harry instead takes Kate to a play or an opera, but Lou keeps interfering and interrupting, and bringing the conversation back to cars, so there's no chance of them getting to do anything else.
Libby is sitting with Steph, wondering if she's okay with Jay being at the hospital, and she says she is; there's a police guard at the door, after all. Libby knows that Jay threw Steph for a while, and Steph says she's just grateful to have Libby and Toadie.
Steph admits that Toadie is the biggest mistake she ever made; she wants to give him a second chance. Libby tells her that Toadie is just a friend, and she saw him and Nicola looking pretty cosy, earlier. Libby also adds that Steph only wants Toadie because he's comfortable. Steph – understandably – gets rather annoyed, and wonders why Libby doesn't want her to be happy: is she jealous?
Nicola comes in, wondering why they're fighting; although quite how she heard them talking at below normal voice level is beyond me. They were hardly speaking! Nicola asks if she should get Toadie, but Steph says no: Toadie's all hers. Steph makes evil eyes at Lib, who makes them back.
Rachel tells Donna that Angus sent back all her letters and it really hurts. Ringo and Zeke are high fiving Donna for the graffiti changes when Didge comes over to see Zeke. He wants to know if they're cool with what happened, and she says she can't lie to Declan any more, especially as he's been getting angry so much, lately. They argue about whether or not to tell Declan, but no need – he appears to ask the very question himself. Like that wasn't predictable.
Paul and Ned are marching self-importantly down the corridor to Jay's room, which is watched over by a police guard. Nicola and another nurse are telling them to calm down and go away. Suddenly all goes quiet; Carmella has arrived with Chloe. She heard that Jay was here, and she's going to wait until she can see him.
The gang, and a few others, are hanging around the locker area. Declan is calling for Zeke to appear. He appears, in nothing but a towel, and Declan forces him to apologise at length.
Declan demands that Zeke drop the towel. He does. They all fall about laughing.
Unfortunately, Daniel Fitzgerald does not.
Carmella and Chloe stand alone whilst Ned talks to Nicola. Paul walks over to Carmella and asks how she is. He tells her that there are people who want to make Jay suffer; he offers to distract the guard (whom he knows) so that Carmella can go in and talk to Jay. She agrees.
Paul gallantly distracts the guard – apparently called Ray – and Carmella takes Chloe into the room with her.
Jay is cuffed to the bed. He opens his eyes and sees Carmella staring at him. She asks him if he remembers her, and if he'd like to say anything. He whimpers that he didn't mean to hurt anyone. Carmella tells her daughter that this man killed Marco.
CARMELLA: See? He's not so scary, is he?
She walks out. Jay cries.
The gang return back home, still laughing at Zeke, who is bemoaning his credibility and lack of friends, now. Declan laughs – and admits he wasn't angry really, the whole thing was a joke that they were all in on.
Didge, Declan and Zeke all sit down, whilst Donna and Rachel get drinks. Donna pulls a magazine off the side – and a letter from Angus to Rachel falls off the bench with it. She puts it in her school bag, and Didge is quietly watching...