Lucas getting involved with a group of gamblers.
Paul letting the Ramsay kids know that there is money they're entitled to.
Kate and Sophie outvoting Harry that they take the money from Paul.
Paul saying he'll set up a trust fund for the Ramsay kids.
The police telling the Kennedys that the break in was done by someone who got in through the open window.
Lucas and Lou realising that there's someone inside the Kennedy house - and it's Harry.
Lucas, Lou and Susan are standing talking about Harry, who is sitting at their dining table. Lou is furious on the Ks' behalf, but Susan's taking a softer approach. When Lucas and Lou leave, Susan establishes that Harry did the break in the other day, too.
Lucas picks up a message from Johnno, asking if he's still up for poker tomorrow. Putting his phone away, he helps Steph up from where she's fixing a car, and tells her he's strained his shoulder - from squeezing through a window. He lies, and says it was from locking his keys in the house. He asks Steph to massage his shoulder for him, and she obliges. But he turns round and it's all awkward for Steph who can feel the apparent sexual tension, so she makes her excuses to go pick up Charlie and leaves.
Susan has cooked dinner for Harry and wonders if the break in was about money. Harry doesn't want to talk, so Susan threatens to call Kate and tell her what's happening. Harry begs her not to, so she agrees - as long as he eats and talks to her.
HARRY: You don't get it. You think you do, but you don't.
SUSAN: Okay, then tell me.
HARRY: I'm sorry, okay?
SUSAN: I don't want an apology, Harry, I want an explanation.
Harry admits it was over the keyboard - he wanted to buy it at the fete, but it ended up back at the Ks'.
HARRY: Please don't tell Kate. She'll crack it.
SUSAN: No, no. I won't tell. But there are conditions.
Harry sighs, he knew it wouldn't be that easy.
Lou and Elle are working at the store, when Lucas comes in. Elle tells her other half that she's pleased her dad has been so generous with the Ramsay kids.
LUCAS: Yes, but now Elly-welly has to share her daddy-waddy.
Spot on! Lucas thinks Elle might be a little bit jealous, especially given that her dad was in prison whilst she was a teenager. Elle changes the subject - has he bought a present for India? Lucas hasn't, he has no idea what to get. Elle and Lucas get all cutsey-wutsey just as Steph walks in and sees them, not happy.
In India's bedroom (and where did that extra bedroom come from?) Declan is singing to keep India asleep. His singing is the only thing settling her down, so Steve helps him, singing The Boys From Erinsborough. Declan looks exhausted!
In the lounge the following morning, Didge comes in, wondering where India is. She's asleep in a portable cot, on the table, in front of Dec and Steve who look utterly wiped out. Miranda and Becca come in, wondering how on earth the boys managed to get their granddaughter to sleep,
DIDGE: But I sung every lullaby I know and none of them worked!
STEVE: Well maybe you don't know the right songs, eh, Dec?
MIRANDA: She's probably just pretending so you don't start singing again.
Bridget muses on the quietness of the house, as brat Mickey runs in screaming at Jake to get the ball. India starts screaming. Mickey doesn't bother to apologise, but instead retorts that Jake was here before 'the baby' and runs off, as is his want when things are going his way.
Mickey sulks in the kitchen with Jake, and Steve comes in to see him. Steve is too tired to play footie with him, but Mickey rejects outright his uncle's suggestion of playing with Callum. Or Ben. Mickey strops off again and slams the door - yet again.
Oh, someone just kick the child into next week. Please!
Lucas has purchased some building blocks for India, even though she's a week old. He didn't get a bear because he has teddy bear issues. The Ramsay kids come in, despite Harry's protestations, and Elle says hello to them. Lucas almost gives the game away about the break in, but luckily it all stays quiet.
Harry sits at the bar table, when Susan comes into the store and sits with him. She has had a word and has made sure that no-one will tell Kate what happened. Susie asks if he's still okay for that afternoon - after all, her silence has a price!
Steph, Charlie and Bec are sitting at a table having coffee. Charlie is eating cereal very cutely. Steph is relaying the story of finding Donna and Ringo getting it on on her sofa, and how Zeke had cleared the house up for her.
STEPH: You're not going to be a horrible, hormonal teenager, are you, Charlie?
Bec thinks she couldn't go through all the teenage hormonal stuff again - the whole does he like me or not thing. Steph thinks that never changes, and Becca immediately gets it. Who does Steph like?! Does he know?! Does she know him?! Steph tells her friend that this guy is taken so she's staying out the way.
And so we drop straight into the next scene where Lucas is dropping straight into Steph's house with gifts. He has brought some building blocks for Charlie because it was too old for India. Steph tries to make an excuse that she has to go out, but Lucas begs to stay and play with Charlie for a bit.
The world's worst possible baby people wait outside the house, ready to see India for the first time.
LUCAS: Ooooh, wait. What if it's ugly?
ELLE: She. The baby is a she.
LUCAS: She, then.
ELLE: Well, they all look the same. So just say that it's got Bridget's eyes.
They knock and Miranda opens the door, holding a bunch of blankets. Lucas goes in too strong.
LUCAS: Oh, wow! She looks just like you!
ELLE: Bridget. He means Bridget.
They come in with a giant pink teddy bear. And I mean giant. Elle apologises for being late, and Lucas' phone rings. Declan asks Elle if she wants a hold but she really really doesn't, so smiles pleasantly and says she's sure India is happy with Miranda. They all encourage her and hand the baby over anyway.
Looking uncomfortable, and desperate to be rescued, Elle glares at Lucas - who says he has to go to a work emergency. Lucas tries to offer a lifeline to Elle by saying she can drive him, but Miranda thinks that Lucas can drive himself, plus Elle just arrived and India's so happy with Elle.
Mickey comes in, and can't believe that Elle likes a baby who just lies around and sleeps. He skulks off to the kitchen and Miranda comments that he has a bad case of sibling rivalry. Lou comes in and Mickey admits that he can't get all sloppy over the baby - he also wonders what a sibling is. Lou tells him, and Mickey doesn't understand - he's just a random cousin. He misses having his real mum and dad around - but he doesn't want to call them.
He doesn't want to see Callum, he doesn't want to play with Ben and he doesn't want the baby, and he doesn't want to call his mum and dad. Yawn. Lou wonders what Mickey's going to do about it. Me too.
Harry has arrived and wonders what Susan wants him to do. She has the keyboard out ready for him to play, but he refuses. He'll do gardening or wash the dog - but not this. He doesn't like an audience.
Susan says she'd love to have a go, but all she knows is chopsticks. Which is remarkable, given that she used to be a piano teacher. Susan plays something which isn't chopsticks, and for which the sound is badly dubbed. Harry gets annoyed and tells her that as she has sheet music, she should learn. He starts playing Beethoven's Piano Sonata in C# minor (also badly dubbed). Susan's impressed, especially when Harry tells her you don't have to bash the piano - you have to get the tempo and spacing right.
He carries on playing and Susan watches him thoughtfully. He stops, upset.
SUSAN: (emotional) It's beautiful.
HARRY: It's okay.
SUSAN: I really liked it.
HARRY: Yeah. That was mum's favourite.
SUSAN: Did she teach you?
Harry nods, unable to talk, and crumbles into tears. Susan reaches out to comfort him and he sobs on her shoulder.
Back at Charlie's Steph is retrieving her mobile phone that she left behind. Rebecca thinks she may have left it because her head's in the clouds. Becca asks if she went away for a while, would Steph be able to keep an unofficial eye on the place for a while. She might be going to Portugal to see Oliver and Carmella.
Steph is happy to, and off to look at airfares, Bec wanders out the back. Lucas comes in. He's grateful that work got him off having to spend time with the new baby, and would like Steph to distract him further with a game of pool to avoid doing the baby thing again. Steph refuses, despite much pleading and leaves the bar. He calls Johnno - he's up for a poker game.
India is crying in the lounge whilst Miranda, Steve, Didge and Declan are in the kitchen discussing Elle's lack of maternal instinct, especially when India threw up on her top. Steve thinks it looked like crème brulee. They suddenly realise that India has stopped crying.
In the lounge, Mickey is playing peek-a-boo with her, but he tells his family that he misses his mum and dad.
Over at the Kennedys' Harry is telling Susan that they had to sell their piano, and he then realised how much he missed playing. Susan tells him he's always welcome at theirs. Steph comes over looking for Libby, so Harry makes a quick exit.
Susan tells Steph that Harry just needed someone to talk to as Steph helps herself to crisps and dip and complains that everyone wants to talk about their feelings.
SUSAN: You alright?!
Steph carries on eating and says it's not about Zeke, but her head is telling her really weird stuff about someone. Susan suggests she stop eating and tackle the problem head on. Steph agrees.
Lucas, Johnnie and the gang are playing poker, and Lucas wants to cash in and leave. The others aren't so keen. There's a knock on the window - it's Steph, and Lucas tells the others it's his girlfriend. Steph is insistent on getting in, and the poker guys are refusing to leave...so, this is pretty awkward.
He opens up the garage to get her to leave, but she insists on speaking to him. He shuts the door on her and tells the guys that Steph ain't going nowhere. They instruct him to let her in. He does, and Steph demands to know what's going on.