Sam telling Dan that he isn't the father of her baby.
Sam departing from Ramsay Street.
Miranda trying to explain why she was paying off Didge's birth mother.
Greg asking Steph to have him back.
Steph telling Rebecca that she's at a loose end because Greg is off on a fishing trip.
Declan and Didge giving Callum love advice.
Mickey tells Callum to get a move on and make his move on Tegan, so with a bit of a shove he saunters over to her and asks if she believes in love at first sight… or does she want him to walk past again. Tegan isn't exactly welcoming his advances and he scuttles off back towards Mickey.
At another table, Steph, Miranda and Rebecca are discussing the ladies night although Steph is rather distracted waiting to hear from Greg. Rebecca tells her that she'll confiscate the phone if she doesn't participate more.
STEPH: Why can't men be reliable, just a little bit?
GREG: Then I'd ruin the surprise.
Steph is rather pleased to see her man and even the ladies have an ‘aww' look on their faces as they warmly hug each other.
Greg's hotel room in Lassiters
Steph and Greg are lying on top of his bed and he jokes about them having another sordid liaison but she replies that the first one was great.
GREG: But the second one was a bit of a disaster.
STEPH: I'd rather keep remembering the first thanks.
Breaking off the lovey-dovey stuff, Steph shows him some rental properties she's been checking out for him but he replies that it won't be needed anymore as he's been offered a new job – in Darwin and that he wants her to go with him too.
Harold's Store (next day)
Ty and Rachel talk song lyrics in advance of her first studio session but he is rather more excited about it than her.
Steph and Greg enter the store and whilst Greg goes to the counter to order, Steph goes over to chat to Ty and Rachel and tells them about Greg's offer for her to move to Darwin with him. She asks them if is she is crazy or what for wanting to go with him. Simultaneously, Rachel replies “yes” whilst Ty says “no” then they say the opposite before expanding – Rachel thinks its no if that is what she wants while Ty says that she can't just up and leave but Steph reassures him that he won't get kicked out onto the street.
Dan is taking out his frustrations out whilst sparing with Steve, happy that Sam has left.
Miranda is going through the clothes in advance of doing the washing and finds the piece of paper with Joanna's number on it but quickly returns it when she hears Didge's voice. Didge arrives and tries to take back her jeans, saying they don't need to be washed, but when Miranda tries to take them back off her, she twigs that she has seen the note. Didge then explains to her how she got hold of the number but adds that she hasn't phoned because she doesn't want to cause trouble. Miranda replies that the trouble she is having with Steve hasn't got anything to do with her and hugs her daughter saying she's made a tough but right decision.
Miranda tells Steve that Didge has her birth mother's details and that they should do something otherwise Didge will find out what she did. Steve tells her that she's the one that needs to do something and that he doesn't want anything to do with it.
Having managed to keep the number, Didge debates with Declan whether to call or not but he picks up the phone and hands it to her and urges her to call otherwise she'll always be wondering. She decides to call and Declan leave so she can phone but before she gets a chance to, Steve arrives and she correctly guesses that he knows.
The two of them talk about it and Didge is still irked that Joanna didn't want to meet her and Steve, gritting his teeth as he lies, gives her possible reasons why Joanna didn't want to contact her. She asks if she shouldn't contact her and when Steve replies yes, she asks him to destroy the note.
Declan tells Didge to stop worrying about her olds as she observes them sitting in silence from where she is playing darts with Declan.
We then cut over to a very tense Miranda and Steve and she hopes that things will start to get back to normal now Didge isn't going to contact her birth mother and instead of replying to that, Steve hastily leaves after suddenly deciding he has to go to the clinic.
Changing topics totally, an excited Rebecca comes over to tell her what Greg has done although Steph reminds her that she hasn't said yes yet!
STEPH: Do you think I'm crazy Miranda?
MIRANDA: (grumpily) Make the most of it while it lasts.
Miranda departs as abruptly as Steve did totally killing the happy mood and Rebecca tells Steph that she is just jealous.
Callum comes into the gym for more love advice from Declan and Ringo and Ty tease Declan.
DECLAN: (to Ringo and Ty) You guys are beyond help but you (putting his hand on Callum's shoulder) I can help you.
Didge is after some distraction to her problems so Rachel decides to talk to her about Steph and Greg instead and at a table behind them, Mickey listens inventively about their chat on love – they like strong, romantic, decisive men.
Declan's version is that girls like a laugh, and their independence. Callum likes what he is hearing and goes off to get a pen and paper so he can write down these tips.
Meanwhile at the store, Didge and Rachel continue their chatting about men and love/relationships so Mickey decides to repeat what Callum did – writing it all down.
Ty puts in his tuppenceworth saying that girls like small romantic gestures like notes and flowers.
CALLUM: Can I steal them from somebody else's garden ‘cos I don't have that much munga.
RINGO: Handpicked is even better.
Declan tells him that when they go out for dinner you only order one dessert but get two spoons.
CALLUM: Why would I do that? She's not getting any of my dessert!
DECLAN: How bad do you want it?
Callum decides he'd better write that tip down!
Meanwhile the girls discuss where they'd like to be whisked off to and Rachel replies London but Didge would prefer Tahiti.
Callum summarises the notes that he has taken - girls like funny guys, not impressed with money, like guys who write poetry and respect them as individuals.
The girls discuss what they like – sensitive but strong, to act like old fashioned movie heroes but when Didge says that will never happen, Rachel replies that a girl can always dream!
Steph drops by on the pretence of handing in some wrongly delivered mail but when Miranda answered the door, Steph could see she wanted to talk and asks to join her in a cuppa.
Whilst waiting for the tea, Steph asks if everything is alright between herself and Steve and Miranda puts the brave face on and replies “yes” before changing topics to talk about Greg's offer to move to Darwin. Steph says that she is still thinking about it but Miranda replies that if she were in her shoes, she'd be off to Darwin in a shot.
MIRANDA: If you are in love you've got to grab hold of it and never let it go. Don't ever take it for granted.
Steph remarks to Libby as they spread the new soil Dan has just delivered that he'll be able to get his life back on track now that Sam has left.
LIBBY: Let's never break up ever again.
STEPH: (hugging Libby) Deal.
Libby then reminds Steph that she needs someone (aka her) to be her bridesmaid and Steph decides to break the news to her that that might not happen for she may be in Darwin. Steph also adds that she hasn't said yes yet and isn't sure if she really wants to go since they've kissed and made up but Libby tells her not to use that as a reason.
STEPH: I thought you'd want me to stay.
LIBBY: You've made enough sacrifices, do something for yourself. If it makes you happy move to Darwin.
STEPH: (despondent) Yes, I suppose. It doesn't mean we won't be able to stay in contact or anything.
LIBBY: No, of course not. I guess we don't have all the time in the world anymore huh?
Steph shakes her head after what Libby has just said.
Greg's hotel room
Greg finishes his packing as Steph arrives, hopeful that Steph will be joining him in a few days time but she has other ideas and tells him that she won't be coming.
STEPH: I love you but this is my home, its Charlie's home. It's just where we belong.
Greg accepts her decision then decides that since it's just a 3 month contract, he'll save as much as he can and then move back for good afterwards and they seal the deal with a kiss and a hug. Steph tells him that she'll head up there for short breaks and agrees with Greg that while it isn't ideal, they can make it work.
Mickey tries to tell Callum what girls want (strong and in command) but he doesn't think that is cool and as if to back up that its wrong, when Ty and Ringo come in, they sit away from where Rachel and Didge are sitting.
CALLUM: They need their independence.
MICKEY: You have no idea.
CALLUM: Girls want a laugh.
MICKEY: They want tough guys.
Callum tries to prove he is right when he goes over to Tegan and asks if she “has any raisins” and when she replies no, he asks if she “wants a date”. He then tells her that she must be exhausted… because she was running through his dreams all night. Riiight is Tegan's reply before Callum asks if she wants to share some carrot cake with him.
TEGAN: I hate carrots.
Ringo and Ty have been watching and after hearing her rejection, quietly laugh with Ringo saying “oh no” and Callum moans to them about Declan's advice!
CALLUM: And stop laughing unless you want me to come over there and whip the lot of you. (Turning back to Tegan) I'm getting a milkshake and putting it on Napier's tab. Want one? He owes me.
Tegan agrees to this and asks for a chocolate one and Mickey can't but help gloat that girls want tough guys when he passes him to get to the counter.
Greg's hotel room
Greg rejects Steph's offer of an airport goodbye, preferring instead to say goodbye now. Again, she promises him to go up and see him as soon as she can arrange it but she asks that he hurry's up and get back.
Before he leaves, he hands over a pressie to her with instructions to open it after he's left. Greg leaves the room saying that he loves her as he exits. Alone, Steph opens the pressie to find a ceramic crocodile pendant with a note attached telling her that when she comes to Darwin they'll wrestle the thing and that he loves her.
Steve creeps up on Miranda as he finds her looking at Joanna's number and admits that he can't believe that he took it from their daughter. She wants them to talk about it but he doesn't and won't listen to her trying to justify it either.
STEVE: You burn that number and don't even mention it again.
MIRANDA: What about us?
STEVE: (before walking away) I don't think there is an ‘us' any more.