Karl warning Dan not to hurt Libby and to get to grips over Lucas.
Ty doing a deal with Rachel so she'll join the band.
Matt threatening Ringo.
Donna asking Ringo to go to the police station with her.
Matt being picked up by his fellow colleagues to have a formal chat at the station.
As she arrives home, Donna asks if she will go to juvie and Toadie replies that he doesn't think so as the courts try to keep minors out of detention and tries to make things sound positive when she wonders what will happen to her. She then asks how things will be for her dad (he's been remanded overnight as the police opposed bail) and he tells her that it will be pretty bad. Elle invites Donna home with her but the temptation of watching S3 of the OC doesn't tempt her, so Ringo volunteers to stay.
There's a major pash session ongoing as Libby and Dan crash in through the front door but spring apart quickly when Ty arrives home… before realising that he has to be elsewhere! Their night of passion is cancelled though when Ben springs them and asks to sleep in his mum's bed because he's having nightmares.
To their surprise, Matt arrives home (his lawyer got him released) and Donna flings herself at her dad and he asks Ringo to go home so that he can chat to his daughter.
Lucas has a major panic attack when Ty tells him (and Elle) that his band have been booked for an art gallery exhibition tomorrow although he doesn't recognise the photographer's name. Alone with Lucas, Elle confesses that she encouraged the gallery owner to book Ty's band and she's done an article for the paper too. He isn't jumping for joy either when she tells him about inviting his friends & neighbours along too.
Matt tells his daughter that he is in serious trouble over trying to protect her and for threatening/framing Lucas too. He adds that she'll need to get on without her and wonders if she knows what happens to policemen that end up in prison.
The General Store (next day)
Everyone is talking about the photography exhibition although Zeke, Rachel & Ringo aren't exactly keen to go. Rachel is stunned when she reads in the paper that the band is playing too.
Donna enters the store and Ringo reassures her that she did the right thing in going to the police even if she thinks things are all a mess.
RINGO: Don't be too hard on yourself.
DONNA: Easy for you to say.
Donna returns to find a note from her dad.
DONNA: I'm sorry to leave you like this but I know if I say goodbye in person I wouldn't have made it out the front door. I can't go to prison, I wouldn't survive, we both know that, that's why I need you to pretend I'm still around for a couple of days, help give me a head start. After that, call your mother, she'll do a better job of looking after you than I ever could. I love you.
As voiceover Donna reads more of the letter, onscreen Donna gets more and more upset.
Dan and Libby resume their pashing activities on the sofa and try to ignore the knocking at the door but Rachel enters the house to rant off at Ty (who was heading to answer the door). He apologises for not letting her know earlier about the gig but he only found out himself late the night before and didn't think she'd still be up. She does however confirm her attendance at the gig.
Lucas then gatecrashes the lovers but can't seem to get out what he wants to say and departs a frustrated man leaving Dan & Libby bemused for a couple of seconds… before they resume pashing again.
Lucas aka George is fighting a losing battle with the owner to change some of the photographs or to given them immediately to their new owners for those that have been sold. He finds Elle staring at a photo and remarks that is why he wanted the exhibition to be kept low key.
LUCAS: This is such a schemoozle.
He does jokingly suggest to Elle that they could burn the place down in the next 3 hours when she asks if they can move things.
The General Store
Donna enters the store to put her dad's suit in for dry cleaning and quickly vetoes a DVD session with Ringo in favour of spending time with her dad. She seems very edgy and leaves as quickly as she arrived.
The owner welcomes the gathered to George's exhibition and Ben immediately spots his mum in a photograph when they enter the venue. We then pan round a series of photos all of them featuring Libby. The owner then introduces George Hanson to the gathered and both Lucas and Libby look like they want the world to open up and swallow them.
Libby eventually gets hold of Lucas and makes her displeasure known at photos she thought were being taken for fun being displayed. He explains that they were the best he'd ever taken and didn't want them to be replaced from the exhibition. Dan finds his brother too and it isn't to congratulate him either! Libby can spot that there is trouble brewing but can only stand back and watch as the two brother's end up fighting with each other.
Carmy tries to get the newly arrived group to hurry up and start while Elle tends to Lucas' injuries. The owner is thrilled of course at the publicity being generated.
“How could I be so stupid,” Dan remarks to Sienna who is trying to get him to keep his hand in a bucket of ice water and she comes up with the perfect answer.
SIENNA: You're a man, something to do with your Y-chromosome!
DAN: Do you think Libby will buy that excuse?
SIENNA: Doubt it.
Karl makes his displeasure know by muttering “pair of idiots” as he and Susan walk past Dan to see how Libby is. Lib is too angry to talk to anyone she likes and leaves them to head over to Dan and makes her displeasure known. “Can we blame it on DNA” is Dan's hopeful excuse.
LIBBY: No, we can blame it on D-A-N.
He apologises to her and suggests that she goes since he is an embarrassment to her but to his surprise, she hands him the car keys and orders him to go!
LIBBY: I'm here for Rachel not the wrestling.
We then cut to the band playing which sound so much better without Sienna singing. As they play, we see a miserable Dan sitting alone at #30 while everyone else is having a good time at the gallery even the dumped Sienna who admits that Rachel is the better singer.
Rachel and Ty banter after they finish and the audience dissipates but she then notices that her ring, Angus' ring, is missing and Ty volunteers to help her look for it.
Elle apologises to Libby for how things turned out after she spread the word about the exhibition. Lib wonders what gives between the two brothers and Elle suggests that she looks at the pictures to find her answer but she bypasses that and walks over to Lucas to ask him outright why Dan attacked him over the photos.
It's not the pictures but what they mean, Lucas explains. Lib still isn't getting the picture, so he says they remind Dan of the day they spent together and in Dan's eyes that's called rubbing your face in it.
LIBBY: But that's in the past.
LUCAS: Yes, before you and Dan hooked up.
LIBBY: (frustrated) Yes exactly, this doesn't make any sense.
LUCAS: Dan's threatened because I was *with you* first.
LIBBY: Nah, that's not him.
(A look from Lucas)
LIBBY: Luc. It can't be, that's history.
LUCAS: Recent history and I'm his brother. I'm guessing that every time you two are together now in the present, he's thinking about us. It'll be killing him.
The penny drops for Libby!
Ringo calls by to give Donna some chocolate and invites himself despite her trying to prevent that. She does her best to get rid of him, saying that her dad will be back soon but Ringo refuses as he realises something isn't adding up, so she picks up her housekeys and leaves him to it.
Libby enters the house and switches off the TV before trying to get Dan to confirm what Lucas said – that the trouble between them is because he was with Libby first. Dan doesn't answer her question and wonders how they could be so…
LIBBY: Yes, no. I knew you were primitive; I was just counting on more than one cell.
She then throws the remote control at him, telling him to watch his stupid game before storming out of the house.