Kelly ending her relationship with Toadie after he refuses to accept her ‘psychic powers'.
Declan and Kyle squaring up to each other on the rafting trip.
Kyle telling Zeke and Justin of his plans to sabotage the other raft.
Steve being cool at Didge wanting to look for her birth parents.
Paul wanting to know how long Tegan and Simon are staying for but Elle saying that she can't get hold of their mother.
Tegan tries to get her sister to make her famous like she did Rachel but Donna ignores her and so Tegan stomps off shouting to Donna that she hates her.
Didge is anxious at still not hearing back from the department about her birth parents and Declan tires to reassure her that nothing has happened to her application but they'll give the department a call later.
Donna and Ringo exit from #22 to meet them and she is oh so excited about going back to school because being year 12 they get to rule the school and to go schoolies.
Didge tells Donna that Rachel isn't going to school and the four of them lament that things won't be the same at school without Zeke.
Harold says bye to someone and Steve tries to find out what he was doing but Harold keeps quiet.
Steve finds out from Toadie what Harold was up to – he's planning on renting #24 out and he isn't keen given on having renters in the neighbourhood. Rebecca scalds him and asks if she lowers the tone, which forces him to backtrack for a second.
Toadie leaves them to go talk to the newly arrived Kelly but she fobs him off saying they can chat later as she is in a hurry.
Donna twigs about what her sister was trying to do when she sees how anxious Didge is and tries to come up with a plan to sort it but the bell goes and Andrew enters the class. He tells the students to make use of the counsellors that are around and that they'll hold their own memorial service later but his talk is interrupted when Kyle walks into the classroom. Declan is not amused and Andrew explains that he's revoked the muck up day suspensions that Kyle, Justin and Zeke were due to serve.
Harold finishes signing all the paperwork Toadie has brought for him and he subtly tells Harold about the gossip going around about his plans for his house.
Harold is not amused at his neighbour's attitude and hopes that the street will welcome those that live there in the future.
Andrew continues his pep talk as Declan sits stewing about Kyle being in class and as they head off to their next class, he finally loses it and remonstrates with Kyle who tried to get out of the room as quickly and quietly as possible.
DECLAN: (angrily) You reckon you can just walk away huh? Zeke's dead and you don't even care.
Declan then gets ready to punch him despite Didge trying to stop him but Kyle is a spent man and indeed tells, almost begs, Declan to hit him. This causes Declan to put his fists down and Kyle walks away.
Harold explains his plans to the RSR's gathered (Toadie, Rebecca, Sam, Lou, Paul and Steve) and once he's finished, Paul brings up how his plans are going to affect house prices.
PAUL: Not everyone wants to move into a street with a hostel in it.
HAROLD: But no it's not a hostel.
PAUL: We know that but the market mightn't.
Steve brings up who will maintain the property, the Salvation Army Harold replies and jokes that perhaps the lawns may not get mown as much as they currently do. This joke doesn't go down well as the RSR are still concerned about who may be moving into their neighbourhood and the effect on property prices.
Later, with Harold away, the RSR's continue to debate Harold's plans and Paul butts in to say that he'll be covering it in his paper and wants Rebecca to do ‘the other side's' views since she isn't as anti-Harold's plans as the rest. She takes offence at what Paul has suggested and orders him out of the bar despite his protestations!
Rebecca asks them if anyone seriously has an objection to Harold's plan and Callum makes everyone think about the other side of the fence.
CALLUM: I think you guys are right, you don't want a pack of losers moving into the street.
TOADIE: They are not losers mate; they are just people who need a hand.
CALLUM: Same dif. Me and mum got chucked out of loads of places. Everyone else thought we were derros. I mean you wouldn't want to live next door to people like us.
While doing the dishes, Lou quizzes Harold about why he has suddenly thought of this and Harold explains that he's just trying to help people now rather than wait until the house is bequeathed to the Salvo's when he dies.
LOU: True. No point in being a do-gooder if you can't wallow in it.
Harold isn't so sure given the attitude of the RSR's but Lou says they will come around because they can see the good in what he is trying to do.
Whilst they wait for Tegan to come home, the teens briefly discuss what happen at school before Didge surprises them all by saying she is going to contact the department to cancel the hunt for her birth parents as she doesn't want to put herself or her parents through any more stress.
Tegan arrives home to Donna's surprise – appearing on the Freedman chat show with Simon, Declan and Ringo providing the friendly heckling audience. Sam and Paul arrive home and he remarks that up until a couple of weeks ago this used to be his house!
SAM: Not any more.
They head upstairs and Declan finds where Didge went to and catches her as she finishes a call on her mobile – she was calling the department and tells him that her application can't be cancelled as they've already made contact with her birth parents.
Later, Ringo tries to hide his boredom and Paul finally gets rid of them when he bribes them with money for afternoon tea. Tegan stays back to take a call from her mum – and from the sounds of it, she is on her way. Donna comes back to find where her sister has got to and tells Tegan that she knew it was their mum calling but she denies it.
Toadie talks to Harold to see if what he is planning on doing with his house is really what he wants to do but their chat is interrupted when Kelly comes by to see if they can have their chat now. They depart to go to his with Harold quietly saying to him that he hopes it works out for the pair of them.
TOADIE: So do I.
He then tells Harold to forget about his house, he'll make sure his wishes are carried out as he wanted them to be. This makes Harold happy.
Toadie tries to interest Kelly in going out for food but instead she tells him about her new job… teaching in Malawi. She explains that is something she always wanted to do and almost went last year until she met him.
“So we have our first argument and off you go?” he asks. She denies this and tells him it's something she really needs to do by herself and if it isn't now then it probably never will be. Toadie asks when she leaving and Kelly replies pretty much straight away – she is going to tell the kids tomorrow but will tell Callum separately.
TOADIE: Are you going to come back?
KELLY: Mmm yes one day and umm when I do I'm wandering if we maybe could try again?
Toadie doesn't answer so instead they share a lingering goodbye kiss before an upset Kelly leaves.
Steve comes home and hands Didge a letter from the Department of Human Services. She wants him to get rid of the letter but he persuades her that it's a decision she has to do herself. “What do I do” she asks Declan.
Later, Declan asks is she wants him to open it or get rid of it. “I want to know” she says but is fearful for her parents. He reminds her that they said they will support her.
DECLAN: Can you handle not knowing?
That gets to her and she opens the letter and begins to read.
DIDGE: They said no.
DIDGE: My birth parents, they said they don't want to meet me.