Adam thinking that Declan was a cleaner.
Declan telling Ringo that he will uphold the grudge after the way he treated him.
Ringo suggesting that he and Ashley go to her house.
Donna telling Ringo that he is a lying jerk.
Cass threatening Paul if he walks away that she'll cause so much trouble for his girlfriend.
Cass accusing Paul in front of the RSR's of being in her house and removing items that belong to them and when the RSR's are checking Paul's house, items of Cass' are found in his briefcase despite Paul's protestations.
Elle and Donna are back from dropping Tegan and Simon off at Grandma's. Donna spots the negligee and wonder whose it is – Donna remarking that it looks a bit like something her mum would wear and Elle hoping that it isn't Lucas'! Toadie tells then to drop the negligee as its evidence and briefly explains what happened before Paul comes down from the bedroom to tell him that the police are on their way.
The RSR's debate if Paul is guilty or not over a drink and while most think he is guilty, Rebecca is firmly in Paul's corner despite the evidence.
The police have arrived and Toadie has to verbally restrain him from trying to tell the police what he really thinks of Cassandra! They ask Paul to accompany them to the station to make an official statement as there is enough evidence for a case to proceed. He is raring to go “because I've got nothing to hide” he tells the Sergeant.
Donna asks Elle if Paul is guilty when the police, Paul and Toadie leave and she remarks that when Paul is guilty he is calm – and on this occasion he wasn't calm.
Rebecca tries to engaging Andrew and Declan in food tasting but Andrew wants to talk about Paul/Cass (he arrived just at the end of Rebecca defending Paul to the RSR's) and isn't amused she is in Paul's corner. Rebecca lets slip that Cass stopped her and Paul getting together which Andrew picks up on but she tells him that wasn't going to happen and that what is going on between Paul and Cass has nothing to do with them.
Later, Declan catches his mum in the office and asks that she stops trying to rescue Paul. Rebecca again puts herself firmly in Paul's corner and she asks him to go and keep Andrew company while she deals with the customers.
REBECCA: Honestly the sooner that manipulative hussy is off our streets the better… (passing Donna) no offence Donna.
DONNA: (not offended) Oh I've called her much worse.
Declan spots that Donna is down in the dumps and she admits that she wishes all her problems would go away. He asks for her take on Paul/Cass and she replies that she isn't sure but is going to find out…somehow.
Cass is on the phone trying to get Tegan and Simon back but Grandma isn't playing ball. Donna drops by to see how her mum is doing and receives a rant for taking her kids away from her. Cass thinks that Donna has been brainwashed by the Robinsons, which she firmly denies that and instead asks her mum if it is Paul who stole her stuff, adding that she's made up stuff before.
CASS: He's been ringing me at all hours and demanding things and threatening me if I don't go along with it.
DONNA: Isn't that what you wanted in the first place?
CASS: He's in love with Rebecca. I am just a distraction. I'm not going to be anyone's consolation prize. Any bodies.
Donna plays the part well – giving comfort to her mum but equally it shows on her face that she doesn't really mean it.
Ringo is acting like Mr Hardman and shoulders a random kid out of the road when their paths crossed. He tries to be Mr Hardman too with Ringo after Declan tells him not to talk Donna because she doesn't want to talk to him (she ignored Ringo). Dan quickly intervenes and sends Declan into the classroom so he can talk to Ringo – he's is in Dan's bad books because he isn't keeping up with his schoolwork.
As they join the queue to get their essay's back from Dan, Donna tells Declan that she is going to be moving in with her mum and he is astonished at hearing this.
DONNA: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.
Essays back, Dan is about to start the lesson but Ringo is busy texting on the phone and so Dan tells him to ditch the phone or lose it. Ringo ignores this so he can finish texting and refuses to hand his phone over to Dan when he comes to collect it as per his warning. Dan then orders him to spend the lesson outside the Principals office but Ringo refuses to go and throws his books onto the floor telling Dan that he doesn't need this anymore.
RINGO: I don't need this stupid school; I've got better things to do.
Ringo then walks out of the classroom.
Break over and Donna catches him to ask if he is crazy for quitting school. Ringo isn't repentant though and thinks its one of the smartest things he has ever done. “Why because footballers don't need to think” she asks him. He then tries to put the guilt trip on her but she's had enough and walks away.
Susan watches Ringo train and shouts out to him that she isn't moving until he speaks to her, which he reluctantly does. She tells about her chat to Dan and that he can return to school tomorrow putting the whole thing behind him but Ringo doesn't regret quitting school. Susan points out that he can't rely on football alone, asking what happens if he has a career ending injury but Ringo just replies that he'll either join the coaching staff or then return to school. Regardless of what Susan is trying to say to him, Ringo isn't budging and resumes training with the team saying that he's got other people looking after him now.
Elle leaves a voicemail for Donna, to try to talk her out of moving in with her mum but Paul comments that they can rot together when she explains the call (although he later relents on Donna). “And that's the type of attitude we don't want” says Toadie who is round to talk to Paul about his solution – an article in the paper with the headline saying 'Salvo's taken for a ride by a heartless Harpie'.
Paul is rather pleased with it but Elle doesn't like his by-line ‘Kids on the run from no good bum mum' and that he is trying to drag her into it too (a bit about Elle getting the kids emergency accommodation). He agrees not to publish it yet but isn't going to allow Cass to play him for a fool.
Ringo struggles with the training and even Adam comments on it when he goes back to talk to him after he finishes running. “How do you do it” Ringo asks and Adam replies for him to stick with him, he'll help.
Later, commercial break and footy training over, Adam chats to Ringo how he is feeling after quitting school. Ringo is feeling good about it because it means that he can give his all to footy. This pleases Adam and he talks Ringo into going to get his own set of wheels and grabs some random team-mates to accompany them.
Steph, Libby and Miranda gossip in hushed tones about Paul/Cass while Donna is at the counter getting a milkshake. Declan is not impressed at her choice of milkshake (green!) when she joins him.
DONNA: It probably covers my green requirements for at least a week.
DECLAN: I think they has to be vegetables to count.
Donna isn't fussed as long as it stops her from killing her mum! She then butters him up by saying that they are sort of like siblings because Paul has been a stand-in dad for both of them and so should stay buddies with each other – this is in case he falls out with her because of her mum being nasty to Rebecca but he reassures her that he is still cool with her. “Anyway Ringo's not talking to any of us now he's got his shiny new life” he reminds her.
Cass checks her mail and after dismissing 99% of them, comes across a note made out of different letters saying that she is being watched. “I got you Paul Robinson” she shouts out happily and Donna comes running out after hearing a smash (she accidentally knocked her cup onto the floor) and Cass shows her the letter.
Adam is showing off to Ringo and the random team-mates as they drive along in the Hummer, joking to Ringo that Ashley has been with half the team when he brings it up in conversation. Ringo refuses to answer if he slept with Ashley but he threatens to call and ask her.
Adam shows off again in the car and Ringo asks him to quit it but he says it's just another rookie test but Ringo is scared when Adam totally takes his eyes off the road to retrieve something and the car starts to swerve.
Final break over and the Hummer has come to a stop with a giant inflatable bunny deflating on the windscreen – Adam's crashed the Hummer into it. Getting out of the car, Adam and the randoms joke about him killing the Easter bunny but Ringo isn't laughing and nor are the others when sirens are heard.
Adam wants Ringo to take the blame for the accident because he's already got points on his licence and can't afford the publicity but Ringo tells him that he is still on his “P's”.
ADAM: So stay on them a bit longer. Ringo are you a clubman or what?
ADAM: So this is what it's about – sometimes you have to take one for the team.