Zeke and Sunny's first kiss.
Sunny telling Karl and Susan that Zeke isn't fine despite him saying the opposite.
Sunny finding out that Karl has told her father about dating Zeke and being at the Winter Cool Festival.
Sunny telling Zeke she's off to a new host family in Sydney.
Zeke coming up with a plan for Sunny to remain in Erinsborough.
The surrogacy being splashed all over the newspaper.
Susan getting dirty looks and a threatening note at the Red Nose Day fate.
Someone breaking into Number 28 because of the surrogacy plans.
Sgt Moller bring the Kennedy's up to date – there is no sign of a forced entry so the likely entry point is the open window and that he can't do anything at this stage, but he does hand them over his number in case there is more trouble before departing.
Susan is still in denial that someone broke in and Karl mentions that Libby may want to check out the security of her place too since she was also mentioned in the article.
Libby is relived to see Ben when she comes home and suggests to Toadie that they should get window locks too. She then jumps when Steph enters the house and Libby brings her (and Toadie) up to speed about #28 being broken into. Dan adds that nothing was taken but Libby thinks it's a warning about the surrogacy and that it's freaking her out.
DAN: Yes but you are hormonal.
STEPH: (puzzled) Excuse me?
DAN: (realising he's put his foot in it) So, window locks, you get those at the hardware store right?
He and Toadie quickly leave the house and Libby just shakes her head.
Karl has got the house tighter than Fort Knox but Susan thinks he's gone overboard and she makes her point when the boys come home and can't get in the front door! Susan and Karl head off to “discuss” the security as Sunny comes home to find that Zeke isn't moving out – there is too much going on.
Outside Number 28
Sunny tries to get Zeke to change his mind, reminding him that she can't be under the same roof as him but Zeke isn't changing his mind. She then tries to say that it's to do with his funny turn at the festival but he still isn't budging.
ZEKE: They're my family.
SUNNY: They were mine too.
Karl finds Paul sitting in the store had has a go at him for the hate campaign he started against Susan which culminated in their house being broken into. Paul has that gleeful look in his eyes when he thinks he's onto a good story and as he tries to leave, Karl restrains him and warns Paul to leave his family alone.
PAUL: It is in the public interest.
KARL: (restraining Paul harder) You'd better pray nothing happens because if it does I'll make you pay.
Thankfully for Paul, Toadie and Dan enter the store at that point asking what is going on and Karl is forced to release his grip on Paul. Toadie plays dumb when Paul gleefully tells them that Karl has just accosted him right in front of his lawyer and Dan backs up Karl's warning too.
Susan throws the warning note into the bin as Sunny comes out of her room to chat about her leaving. The two of them hear a noise at the door and despite it being dead-bolt locked, in barges some *big guy* with Paul in tow. The big guy is actually Vinnie and he's been hired by Paul to protect Susan.
Vinnie is measuring up the house and after Paul denies that Karl put him up to it, he explains to her that he's doing it all off his own back.
SUSAN: What's the catch?
PAUL: There is no catch.
Susan then orders them both out but Paul signals for Vinnie to keep measuring up and tries to spell things out to Susan – if she continues with the surrogacy she'll have more off-side people to deal with and he explains that he's trying to get her one step ahead of the news cycle.
PAUL: I am offering you a platform to tell your side of the story.
SUSAN: (annoyed) I don't need to explain myself to anyone.
PAUL: In that case you're going to need all the security you can get.
Vinnie decides to check outside and Susan tells Paul she doesn't want a security system and that she isn't giving him a story either. Paul tries another tact - that they can be an inspiration to other women in similar circumstances but this gets Susan's back up too and she tells him that they don't want to be an inspiration; they just want to be left in peace to have the baby. Paul scoffs at her and reminds her that they're already the talk of the town. She asks him to do something really helpful – by stop fuelling the persecution.
SUSAN: We're not hurting anyone Paul. This might be Libby's last chance to have a baby. Please, please don't take that away from her.
Dan fits a window lock and Ben asks who they are trying to keep out but rather than tell the lad, Dan decides to get him off the subject totally by enlisting Ben to help fit the locks.
Libby and Steph enter the livingroom with more bad news – there are more stories running and despite their warning, Paul's been around too which Libby is blaming Dan for.
Zeke joins Sunny as she finishes the paperwork for leaving; her final task is to post a letter of dissatisfaction about her host family.
ZEKE: What'd you tell them? Karl's a cheapskate? Ringo spends way too much time in the bathroom?
SUNNY: Oh I mentioned the foul smell in your room.
ZEKE: Mmm and there's so many animals in the back yard its like living in a zoo.
SUNNY: Oh the backyard is nothing compared to the action indoors.
Joking aside, she says that she just told them the truth – that things got complicated because of them being together. Zeke picks up on her use of “were” and she spells it out that he should know once she leaves Ramsay Street then they will be over. He now gets an attack of the guilts about her leaving but she is impressed with him for sticking up for his family. She points out a positive thing about leaving – he can get her room but Zeke replies that he wants her not the room.
Paul is trying to get Dr Newton to do an interview about the surrogacy from the hospitals perspective but she isn't playing ball. He gets his chance in though when he opens a confidential file to read that the Kennedy surrogacy is going to be discussed by the hospital management tomorrow which forces Peggy to order him out of her office.
Zeke and Ringo return home with a pressie for Susan - some new frames to replace the ones that were broken in the break in. She is thrilled with the gesture and goes off to fill them and Ringo makes himself scarce too allow Karl a chat with Zeke about Sunny leaving. He explains to Zeke that although he was happy to find out that he wasn't moving out he doesn't want him to break up with Sunny (Zeke told him what Sunny said) especially as she makes him very happy.
ZEKE: But you guys are my family.
KARL: Well that's not going to change. Billy, Libby and Mal, Rachel – they don't live here they're still family.
Susan returns and Karl tells her that Zeke is moving out. “Well I'm glad someone's seeing sense” is her response. Zeke lays down a “condition” about him moving out – that he wants to be kept abreast of what is going on with the surrogacy stuff and they both promise to do so.
A knackered Zeke catches Sunny to tell her he's moving out because he can't lose her but she tells him its too late – she already posted the letter.
After the commercial break, the pair of them rope in Ringo to try and distract the postman so that they can get Sunny's letter back and of course the daft postman falls for it and they retrieve the letter.
An excited Zeke picks up Sunny and says that he loves her… which she doesn't reciprocate leading to uncomfortable looks amongst the three of them.
Sunny finishes tells Susan and Libby about their letter adventures before heading to her room while over on the sofa, Ringo semi-gloats about Zeke declaring his love for Sunny and her not reciprocating.
Steph is about to leave with some of Zeke's belongings when Paul arrives so sticks around to here him tell everyone about the article he's written for tomorrow's paper – he's trying to change the communities opinions around.
KARL: Is this your way of making amends is it?
PAUL: Yes, something like that.
STEPH: Nothing to do with stringing out a news story?
PAUL: Oh you are so cynical.
Susan announces that the article is actually good and as they chat more about it, Paul lets slip that something is going on at the hospital too as they are on the agenda for tomorrow's board meeting.
Susan reassures Libby that it will be alright after Karl goes off to call Peggy and Steph and Paul depart. Karl returns quickly though as Peggy isn't taking his call.
Number 28 (next day)
“I'll chuck you out of here in a minute” is Susan's response when Zeke reminds her of what to do before he departs over to Steph's. As he picks up his final belongings, Susan promises a visit later on to make sure he is settling in okay and Steph ribs her as she arrives with the newspaper. Sunny stops him to thank him for doing this (I think he thought she was going to say she loved him too) and sends him off with a kiss on the lips.
Alone, Karl and Susan read the headlines - ‘Leave them in peace!' it says. Karl admits that he now thinks Paul is right especially since Peggy still isn't taking his calls.
Paul sneaks into Peggy's office and begins looking through her files but has to hide when first he hears voices and then Peggy and a nurse enter her room. Thankfully they don't stay for long so he resumes his snooping amongst her files.
Susan and Libby's chat about Paul's article is interrupted first by Sunny and Ringo and then by Ben and Dan's arrival. Ben wants to show off his secret project Susan has been helping him with – a solar system mobile for the baby. The happiness totally departs when Karl returns home with Paul in tow and with Ben safely out of the room, Paul brings them up to speed about his digging at the hospital – the board have cancelled the surrogacy after their meeting.
LIBBY: How can they do this?