Libby telling Veronica that she should have ignored Steph and Greg.
Ringo having his clothes stolen whilst taking an outdoor shower.
Ringo blaming Donna for taking his clothes.
Cass making her play for Paul very clear.
Cass learning that Dan's not the father of Sam's baby.
Simon not happy that Paul is seeing his mother.
Bridget not being ready to speak to her birth mother.
Harold having a heart attack in the shop kitchen.
Harold has flatlined, and despite the attempts of the hospital staff to bring him back, he sees himself with Madge again, remembering their (second) wedding. Donna and Susan watch through the window, concerned. Karl instructs the nurses to get the defibrillators ready, but Nurse Jodie bursts in dramatically to tell them he has a 'Not For Resuscitation' notice in his file.
Karl ignores it and shocks his friend, regardless. Harold realises he's losing Madge again, and in his semi-conscious state, we hear him calling out her name. The defibrillation brings him back to life.
JODIE SMITH: I'll have to file an incident report. You went against the patient's wishes.
Well, it won't be the first time, Jodie, and I doubt it'll be the last.
Susan comes in.
SUSAN: Are you alright?
KARL: I brought him back.
They hug, sadly.
In full fluffy dressing gown attire, Cass strops into reception, ringing the bell to demand some service. Sam, reading leaflets in the corner, tells her that the manager's out the back. Cass isn't pleased and rings the bell insistently.
Sam wonders if Cass is pampering herself, and Cass delightedly tells her she's seeing Paul Robinson.
SAM: Oh. Stood you up, has he?
Cass tells Sam not to judge her - or she'll have to tell Dan about the baby.
Paul and Simon are still locked in the house - Simon cut the phone cord, and threw Paul's mobile battery over the fence. Paul attempts to rip the screwdriver from Simon's hand, even though it's superglued on.
The manager comes out and passes Sam a file that she had asked for. Cass launches into the manager for not being quicker and for not answering the phone. She asks for a room service menu.
CASS: Oh, look - I'll have one of everything.
MANAGER: One of...
CASS: Everything!! And you can put it on the tab. Paul Robinson's.
Paul is trying to get the screwdriver off Simon's hand with nail varnish remover. Simon is pleased that his plan worked, to keep Paul and his mum apart, but Paul thinks Cass won't mind. Simon retorts that he's trying to protect Cassandra because she lets men walk all over her, and he also wants to protect Donna - something Paul actually respects Simon for doing.
The screwdriver comes loose!
Harold awakes, and sees Karl.
KARL: I brought you back. I thought it was the right thing to do.
Harold doesn't reply. Karl leaves and tells Susan that he's admitted to Harry that he brought him back. Lou arrives to see Harry, so he and Susan go into Harold's room.
SUSAN: There's quite a fanclub gathering in the waiting room. There are so many people who love you. That's why Karl did what he did.
Harold doesn't reply. Probably because he's just had a MASSIVE heart attack and people are crowding him and talking.
In the waiting room, Donna waits with Steph. They see Karl who updates them on Harold's condition - Harry's given up. Feeling guilty, Donna panics about what they might do.
Back in Harold's room, Karl tells Harold that his heart was damaged by the attack.
HAROLD: If you'd followed the instructions I wouldn't be here at all.
KARL: I know.
HAROLD: You know nothing.
HAROLD: No. No, Susan. I was with Madge. I lost her once and that was bad enough. But because of you she's been taken from me again.
This genuinely upsets Susan and Karl, and Lou and Rebecca stand on, watching.
In the waiting room, Steph and Donna have decided to stay the night as Harry has no family. Miranda and Steve are already there, waiting for news, and Rebecca thinks that staying and showing him they care might really help.
Lou comes out to see them and suggests that Donna goes and tells Harold they all really care for him.
So Donna sits alone with Harold.
DONNA: I'm sorry about the rapping. I wanted you to bust a move, not a blood vessel.
Harold laughs, then realises he can't, and is in pain.
DONNA: Oh, God! Sorry! Again.
HAROLD: It's alright, alright.
DONNA: Do you remember what you told me? You know, that I was a part of the community and that I have all these people who love and care about me? Yeah, well, so do you. I mean, it's like Flinders Street station out there. And us lot, we're all staying the night aren't we?
Miranda, Rebecca and Steph are standing at the door and agree.
Paul is waiting for his front door lock to be repaired - he has somewhere to be. Sam returns home and says she's been trying to call Paul, so Paul tells her about Simon losing his phone battery...
SAM: Oh. Oh, well that explains why Cass was standing in Lassiter's reception in a bathrobe.
PAUL: How was she?
SAM: Not happy.
Sam insists she needs to see Paul immediately about the urgent work she needs his signature on.
Declan and Callum are playing on the Wii, and Dec suggests they start doing some work because Bridget will know if they have been cheating.
CALLUM: She'll never know!
DECLAN: Dude, she can see through walls.
Bridget comes in, and the boys rush to look studious. She realises they haven't been working.
CALLUM: Dude, you're right, totally through walls...okay, the truth is that Dec's been telling me how you used to tell him to pick up chicks.
DIDGE: Is that right?
Didge wonders which chick Cal's interested in, but he's not giving it away. He will, however, go and practice his Italian in the mirror. Amused, Dec and Didge wonder if their kid will turn out like Callum. Bridget pulls out the phone number of her birth mother again, thinking.
Nurse Jodie, aka Miss Stropalot, reminds everyone that this is a hospital not a hotel.
MIRANDA: We are here to help a very dear friend in his fight for life. Never mind the fact that I've barely had a scene with him.
NURSE JODIE: You're all going to stay here, all night?
REBECCA: Absolutely, we're not moving.
NURSE JODIE: There are regulations against this sort of thing, you know.
REBECCA: Ohoh! TOUGH.
STEPH: That told her.
REBECCA: Yeah, well we're footie rivals. We go way back.
Karl comes out and announces that things aren't looking good for Harold - he's been through a lot.
Declan, Didge and Callum arrive to see Harold, and Didge remembers that Harry looked after her when she was alone. Miranda hopes their being there will make a difference.
In Harold's room, Donna sits with her new friend, and the nurse tells him that there are a lot of people waiting outside.
DONNA: Everyone misses you, they want you back in their lives.
DONNA: I think that's kinda nice.
HARRY: So do I. I feel very honoured.
DONNA: I wish someone would say that about me.
HARRY: Oh come on. Ringo will see sense. Donna - have a little belief in yourself.
In the waiting room, everyone waits and sleeps, blanket-bound. Karl looks in on Harry, asleep on his bed with Donna by his side. Sad, Karl makes his way to another side room to see his wife sitting alone. He sits beside her, wondering if she's heard from Ringo, but she hasn't.
Karl thinks it's been a long day. Remembering her earlier encounter with Phil Andrews and her grief at not finding Zeke, Susan agrees.
KARL: Are you sure you're alright? You seemed a bit distracted this morning, before all this business.
SUSAN: I guess I'd started to accept that Zeke wasn't going to come back.
Karl puts his hand on her lap, whilst Susan reaches over to hug him.
SUSAN: So thank you.
KARL: Hmm? What for?
SUSAN: For bringing Harold back to me.
Donna comes in - Harry's asking to speak to Karl.
In Harold's room, Harold tells Karl that he doesn't agree with what he did but he doesn't understand the reason why. He knows Karl will be in trouble with the hospital board and says he'll do what he can to ensure that trouble's minimised.
HARRY: But don't think this makes any difference. The sooner I am with Madge the better. Now I need to rest.
KARL: Yes. Of course.
Paul is signing Sam's papers, and Sam wonders how Paul will make it up to Cassandra. He thinks an expensive present is a good idea, but Sam's not so sure. They share a laugh, and as Paul walks away, Cass sees their friendliness, and tottles in, demanding to know from Sam what she's playing at.
CASS: What, you thought you'd try and snare him for yourself?
SAM: I don't know what you're talking about!
CASS: Don't you act the innocent with me, Miss Sam. You saw me at the hotel and you're moving in for the kill!
SAM: That's not true! I'm not even interested in Paul!
CASS: Well you're after him for some reason. Are you worried you need a replacement dad when Dan finds out that kid's not his?
Steph drives up, and sees Libby and Dan getting out of their car. She decides to tell her friend the truth, and calls Lib over. We see their conversation from a distance.
Inside the hospital, Dan and Libby sit down together, Dan in shock. Unfortunately for her, Sam walks around the corner, looking for Steph.
DAN: Is it true?
DAN: Don't start with that, Sam, just tell me, now.
SAM: Cass tried to blackmail me, she...she said that if I said anything...
DAN: Who's the father? Who's the father, Sam?
SAM: I don't know.
Dan tells his ex-wife to get away from him, and despite her protestations, he won't listen. He doesn't want to hear from her ever again.
SAM: (to Libby) I suppose you got what you wanted.