- Didge getting her birth mother's details
- Miranda confessing to Steve that she paid Didge's mum to stay away
- Phil pretending Zeke is his dead son Trent
- Susan receiving a phone call from Zeke
- Zeke not knowing who Karl and Susan are
Phil's Temporary Abode
Zeke broods in the corner while the police collect evidence. The Sergeant informs Karl and Susan that Phil will be taken down to the station, apologising for not believing Susan last week. Susan asks if they can talk to Zeke, but Zeke has requested that they don't. The Sergeant suggests they travel separately to the hospital, before escorting Zeke out of the building.
Karl and Susan feel helpless as they watch Dr. Levi chatting to Zeke in a consulting room. The Doc eventually emerges and informs them that Zeke has no memory of them. He truly believes he's Trent Andrews.
Karl and Susan are now sitting with Zeke and Dr. Levi, but Zeke won't even look at them. Dr. Levi explains to Zeke that he's suffering from a Dissociative Fugue.
DR LEVI: All that means is that you can't remember much of your life before the accident. Those memories have been replaced, for the moment, by the memories of your time with Phil Andrews.
Karl reassures Zeke that he'll gain his memory back over time, and Susan believes that returning to #28 will be a good trigger, but Zeke just looks sullen. Dr. Levi says he can go home now with the Kennedys, but when Zeke stands up he tries to make a bolt for it. He doesn't get very far before hitting a dead end. The trio chase after him to try and calm him down, but Zeke seethes that everything was fine until they interfered in his life.
SUSAN: Nothing has been fine since the accident.
ZEKE: (glowering) You weren't there.
[He fronts up to Dr. Levi]
ZEKE: I'd like to go home now.
DR LEVI: That's why Karl and Susan are here.
ZEKE: No, not with them, with Phil.
KARL: Phil's with the police, mate.
Zeke looks crestfallen.
Didge and Rachel are walking home from school, chatting aimlessly.
RACHEL: So what about pre-natal yoga?
DIDGE: I don't see how standing on your head is good for the baby. Or its mother.
RACHEL: They say they've got these awesome stretches to loosen up your hips.
DIDGE: Hey! I don't think you need to start talking about the loosening of my hips.
RACHEL: Well you're going to need to be loose when you pop it out!
DIDGE: Stop it. I'm actually still recovering from seeing the birthing film at pre-natal class.
RACHEL: Yeah. I'd rather watch Texas Chainsaw Massacre over and over and...
DIDGE: That's really not helping, Rachel!
Rachel suddenly notices that a blue car is following them and Didge comes to the conclusion that “Rachel K” must have her very first stalker/fan.
Steve answers the phone just as Didge and Rachel arrive home, annoyed that it's another prank call. The next time the phone rings, Didge answers and gives the caller a stern ‘rack off' message. Declan wanders out and Didge teases Rachel that the mystery caller could be her “car man”. But the frivolities are cut short when Rachel gets a call from Libby.
Rachel sits in stunned silence after hearing from Libby that her brother is alive. Libby is a bit vague with the details to protect her, claiming that Zeke is OK, but Rachel soon figures out that there's more to the story and demands to see him.
Zeke sits in the consulting room by himself, staring at Karl and Susan through the window. In the corridor, Dr. Levi explains to the K's that the type of dissociation Zeke has shouldn't last more than a few months. He also recommends Zeke have counselling every few days so it doesn't overwhelm him. Rachel sprints in, with Libby not far behind, unable to believe her eyes when she sees Zeke through the window. Zeke looks up - a glimmer of recognition washes over his face.
ZEKE: (slowly standing up) ... Rachel?
Rachel bursts into tears and crushes her little brother in a fierce hug. Relieved, Karl and Susan quietly leave them be.
Karl, Susan, Rachel and Libby show Zeke inside. He hesitantly steps forward, looking around lost, before a family photo catches his eye (or he could just be gobsmacked by the hilarious pic of a young Tom Selleck-like Fletch next to it). The adults busy themselves in the kitchen so the kids can chat. Zeke mutters to Rachel that he can't remember anything.
ZEKE: I mean, Susan's familiar a bit. She reminds me of my mum.
RACHEL: (hopeful) Of our mum?
ZEKE: No, my mum. Phil's wife. She died in a car accident.
RACHEL: But that wasn't your mother.
Zeke continues to stare at the photo.
Steph and Rebecca are stringing up decorations and balloons for their cancer fundraiser, exclaiming how wonderful the news is about Zeke. Things take a turn for the worse when Rebecca discovers her entertainment booking has been stuffed up and therefore will be a no-show (it‘s the balloon animal place again - they‘re hopeless!). But Steph thinks she has the perfect solution: Ty the bootscootin' baby.
Ty is totally not keen, but Rebecca already has Steve and Toadie hauling in bales of hay to make the venue more authentic.
TOADIE: Man, this stuff is itchy as.
STEVE: Aww, you're so delicate, Rebecchi!
TOADIE: I've got sensitive skin!
Rebecca turns to begging when Ty still won't budge.
REBECCA: Don't break my heart... My achy, breaky heart. I've bought twenty metres of gingham (she grins) and bandanas!
Sighing, Ty relents and Rebecca smothers him with grateful kisses.
Karl hangs up from Miranda as Susan accepts another delivery of flowers (the house is brimming with them), from Rebecca and Steph. Dan and Libby walk in, telling the K's they didn't feel right about attending the fundraiser. Zeke and Rachel walk out as they're discussing the event, and Zeke makes it clear that he wants to go. Judging by how uneasy he is, he'd go anywhere to escape the suffocating home environment.
Ty leads a dance class filled with random boot scooters and Steve, Toadie and Lucas. The Ramsay Street attendees are hopeless.
TY: Thumbs go the other way.
TOADIE: Thumbs only go one way, Ty.
TY: OK, it's all about the hips boys.
STEVE: Oh great.
Rebecca and Steph (wearing cowboy hats) giggle like schoolgirls in the corner. Rebecca worries that she won't be able to run the bar as successfully as Steph, but she's determined to make it work. Steve yells at them for help (“We can‘t find our hips!”), so Rebecca dashes to the front to show them some hip wiggling action. The boys give it another whirl, but Toadie and Lucas end up colliding. Just then, Zeke walks in with his family and everyone stops to give him a round of applause.
Didge wonders if Zeke will remember them, but Declan doesn't think it's likely. Didge then sees the blue car of stalkerdom down the end of the street and sprints towards it, calling the driver a gutless jerk, but the car speeds away.
DIDGE: Now I'm scared.
Ty and Toadie are the last two standing - or dancing in this case... and very uncoordinatedly in Toadie's case. Rachel is trying to explain to Zeke who everyone is, but Zeke says he doesn't need to know. Just before Declan and Didge can approach, Rachel dashes over and warns them to take it slowly. She introduces them to Zeke, but he just glares at them. Trying to make things less awkward, Rachel asks Didge about her day. But when they start happily yammering away about things that are only familiar to them, poor Zeke just looks even more distraught.
Later that night, Rebecca checks in with Susan and lets her know that she's there if the family need anything. We pan over to the Kinski kids, where Zeke darkly tells Rachel that he's not going back to “that house”.
RACHEL: That house is your home.
ZEKE: It's your home.
RACHEL: OK, so what does this mean?
ZEKE: I need your help.
RACHEL: (wary) With what?
ZEKE: To get out of here.
RACHEL: Are you kidding?
ZEKE: You're the only one that I can trust.
RACHEL: No, no, no. That's blackmail.
ZEKE: I don't remember you as my sister, OK. For some reason I just feel like I know you. You're the only person. I can trust you.
RACHEL: (eyes filling up with tears) Zeke...
ZEKE: You need to distract them till I'm gone. Please?
RACHEL: ... Fine.
She reluctantly goes over and shows her family some pictures of the night on her phone, but Karl is clued in and notices when Zeke tries to walk out the front door. He pleads with Zeke to stay. Zeke looks over at Rachel who tries not to cry.
Declan and Didge are snuggling on the couch, but Didge can't stop thinking about the creepy stalker. Declan reminds her they've unplugged the phone and called the police, so they should be safe.
DECLAN: Everything is under control.
DIDGE: That's what they thought in Nightmare On Elm Street.
DECLAN: Freddy Krueger can't drive. He's got all those razor things, they'll get in the way.
Jake suddenly starts barking at the front door so Declan goes out to investigate, returning with a parcel and a card addressed to Didge. She opens it and reads the note - it's from her birth mother, Joanna, who simply says she's sorry. Didge opens the parcel and the teens are astounded to discover wads of cash inside (presumably all the hush money Miranda has sent Joanna over the years).