Susan announcing that she's pregnant with Libby and Dan's baby.
Steph confessing that she serviced the Parkers' car.
Declan smashing Steph's car windows.
Toadie cleaning red paint off Steph's drive, reading ‘GUILTY'.
Libby noticing a red paint footprint.
Toadie telling Harry that he's seen a red footprint.
Toadie finding Harry cleaning his shoes of the paint.
Harry begging Toadie not to tell the police what he's done – he'll make it up to Steph.
Erinsborough Police Station
Harry and Toadie leave the police station, Toadie still furious. He tells Harry that the vendetta against Steph – with a full apology – ends now. Harry is worried that the police will tell the social services, and that they as siblings will get split up. He agrees that the crimes against Steph will stop, and he'll make it up to her.
Kate and Harry, along with Toadie, are telling Steph the truth. Kate is very angry, but Steph is coldly quiet, refusing to talk to him. Toadie asks Kate to take Harry home, which she does. But Steph admits that if it wasn't Harry it would be someone else. She doesn't want his niceness or kindness – it feels wrong to have people being nice to her after what she's done to the Parkers.
Kate is yelling at her brother, unable to believe what he's done – especially if they get split up over this, and kicked out of the house. Harry wants her to keep the noise down in case Sophie hears him.
Harry tries to explain that what Steph did reminds him of what happened to their mum; but Kate doesn't want to know.
Declan is ready to go back to work, whilst Rebecca cuddles India, worried that her son is going back too early. Dec explains that he needs to get back to doing something, and soon.
Paul knocks and walks in, telling Bec that she might want to keep an eye on Declan today...not realising that Dec is there having breakfast. He is forced to admit that the police have decided not to prosecute Steph as they won't be able to get a conviction on criminal grounds.
Declan is gutted, and goes to work, kissing his mum and India on the way out. Bec has to go do laundry, so she passes India to Paul to cuddle.
PAUL: Hang on, she's awake.
BEC: Yeah...that's right...
PAUL: Well, what if she starts crying?
BEC: You'll work it out!
Paul holds India at a distance, rather like a football, not really sure what to do with her. So he puts her in her pushchair. Unfortunately that's not really to India's liking, and when Paul leaves, she cries. Despite his trying to shush her so Becca doesn't hear, India keeps on going...before pooing her nappy.
PAUL: Be quiet...shhhh!!! Oh God, you haven't...oh, no...
Toadie, Cal and Libby arrive to congratulate MummySusan™ on her pregnancy.
TOADIE: Oh, Mummy Susan, you've done a hole in one, good on ya!
SUSAN: Oh, thank you Toadie. So delicately put.
CALLUM: I don't get it. If it's her baby, why is it in you?
KARL: Yeah, I'm coming...
Karl comes out, with a suitcase, explaining that Miranda called Susan; she's not coping with Didge's death, so Susie's travelling over to Oakey to see her friend. Karl is none too happy about his newly pregnant wife travelling for a while, but Susan dismisses his concerns and tells him to stop nagging.
Lib wonders if anyone's seen Steph today, and Susan thanks Toadie for not involving the police as it means they can sort it out between themselves. This seemingly gives Toadie an idea, and he leaves.
CALLUM: But nobody's answered my question, yet!
They all leave except Karl and Susan. 'Cos, you know, they live there and all.
Karl is sitting at the breakfast bar. Susan walks up to him all coy and starts poking him in the waist before putting her arms around his shoulders.
SUSAN: I'm sorry.
KARL: Just trying to be supportive.
SUSAN: I know, I know you are. It's just that lately you've been a little bit...over-supportive. In fact, ever since you resigned from the hospital.
KARL: Well there's your answer! Care and support is the way I make my living...the way I did make my living.
SUSAN: And you've got no-one to do it to, now, so you're gonna inflict it on me.
KARL: Can't just turn it off...
SUSAN: I know, I know. But you need to find a new outlet otherwise I'm going to be forced to kill you.
Karl pouts. Susan thinks.
SUSAN: I'm a genius.
SUSAN: No, seriously. I am. I'm a genius. Gotta make a phone call.
That last line was so Jackie, and Karl watches Susan walk away, frowning in confusion.
Paul walks into Charlie's, staring at a picture of India on his phone, all paternal. He sees the Kennedys at a table, wondering what on earth he's been called here for. Karl is as equally curious.
PAUL: (to Susan) Alright, Kennedy, what is it?
KARL: I've no idea.
Paul glares at Karl in a ‘I wasn't talking to you' way.
Susan explains that she has a business proposition. Erinsborough News' doctor, Doctor Krueger, has conveniently left for Tasmania. Which means there's an opening for a new ‘Ask Doctor...' column.
SUSAN: The letters have been piling up and there's no-one to answer them...
Karl suddenly realises where his wife is going with this, and he doesn't like it. Neither does Paul.
PAUL: No offence, but I'd rather work with Doctor Frankenstein.
KARL: The feeling's entirely mutual, Robinson.
But Susan negotiates the situation, and wins.
PAUL: (getting up from the table) Alright, we'll discuss this in the office tomorrow.
SUSAN: We will not. We will discuss it right now. You sit down.
Paul looks alarmed that Susan dare tell him what to do, and even more alarmed that he obeyed her.
Kate is writing some new house rules when Harry appears. She wants to know where he is every second of every day because their mum wouldn't have wanted him to end up in jail. Toadie walks in to see Harry and marches him out of the house, as he needs to payback the damage he's caused to Steph's house.
Toadie has brought Harry round, but Steph is still coldly disinterested. Toadie only manages to persuade her to agree to give him some chores by suggesting that her help will stop Harry reoffending. She reluctantly agrees.
Kate is working in the kitchen when Karl comes in, wondering what sounds better: 'Ask Doctor Kennedy' or 'Ask Doctor Karl'?
Kate prefers ‘Ask Doctor K' but Karl thinks people might confuse that with the previous Doctor Krueger. So Kate goes with Karl because it sounds friendlier. He decides to call Susan for a second opinion.
Outside the front of Number 32 Steph is on the phone to Lyn Scully, her mother, whilst Harry cleans her windows. He can't believe her mum doesn't know what's been happening, and tells her that he resents having to be stuck at her house whilst India has lost her mother for the rest of her life.
Toad happens to be walking past with Callum and asks if everything's okay; Steph replies that it is.
HARRY: How could you understand? Your kid's alright, you know, he's got a mum looking after him. You've got a mum looking after you.
STEPH: Yeah, well none of this excuses your behaviour.
HARRY: India's never gonna have a mum. And I know how that feels.
He walks away leaving Steph looking shocked.
Paul is sitting on the floor next to India in her bouncer chair. He's explaining how markets and shares work when Declan comes home to see his little girl. He wonders if she's due for a feed, but Paul fed her earlier and has a half-empty bottle waiting there.
Declan flips – the milk's probably off now, and you can't rinse the bottle out, you're supposed to sterilise it. Bec assures her son that she prepared the bottles, but Declan's not in the mood and tells Paul to leave the feeding to them from now on.
Paul decides to leave. Bec explains to her son that she was trying to get Paul to bond with India. But Declan's not wanting to listen.
REBECCA: There are germs everywhere, it was just one little slip up.
DECLAN: Yeah, well slip-ups kill people, like forgetting to check someone's steering.
Rebecca hugs him, and Declan tearfully admits that he hates this.
Outside Steph's house Libby tries to persuade her friend to join them at the pregnancy celebration later on at Charlie's, but Steph doesn't want to go out in public at the moment.
After Lib and Toadie (with Callum) leave, Steph approaches Harry.
STEPH: I don't know it feels to lose your mum. It must be awful. But why don't you try and imagine what I'm going through? You know, every morning that I wake up the first thing I think of is that that beautiful, beautiful young woman who's loved by everyone – including me – is gone. Because of what I did. Yes, yes, it is unfair that India's going to grow up without her mum. It is unfair what happened to your mum, too. But don't you kid yourself that no-one pays. I will pay and pay and pay for my mistake every day for as long as I live. I will never forgive myself, Harry.
Nervous and upset she tells Harry to go, and walks off.
Across the street Rebecca approaches Paul and explains that Declan didn't mean what he said. She thinks Paul did a great job with India.
Steph takes a cup of tea to the back veranda when Harry appears. He's done the windows and recycling, and he's going to mow the lawn now. She thanks him, but says that the mower tank is empty and he'll have to fill it up from the can under the bench.
Libby calls and Steph finally agrees to go out to celebrate with them. Whilst on the phone she yells to Harry that she's going out with Libby, and admits to her friend that they've sorted things out and are talking now.
Declan has come over and Paul is apologising for not being more responsible with India's bottle, and he promises to keep his distance. Declan says that he's actually there to say sorry and thanks – Paul has been there since the accident, and he's taken him for granted. He got mum back so quickly, and tried to stop him leaving the hospital – and Declan is grateful.
Declan tells Paul that he can change India's nappy whenever he wants. They shake hands just as Paul's clutching his ‘I Like Me' mug.
Dec admits he still can't believe that they're not charging Steph, and so Paul says he'll take him, Bec and India out for a meal to cheer them all up.
Lib, Steph, Toadie and Callum are celebrating the pregnancy and talking about Karl's new paper column. Libby is pleased that she can drink as much champagne as she likes – ‘that's the benefit if getting your mum to carry your baby'. They make a toast to new life.
The Napiers arrive with Paul, and Dec sees them enjoying themselves. Toadie feels he has to explain.
TOADIE: Libby and Dan just found out they're having a baby...
LIBBY: (quietly) So much for keeping it quiet...
BEC: Oh, that's wonderful.
DEC: I hope you're both very happy. Don't let India or I spoil your fun.
Out on Steph, looking as guilty and miserable as hell.
Dec is pushing India in her pushchair. Paul is on the sofa, whilst Rebecca heats up some lasagne. Declan's not hungry, and he's resentful of Steph out drinking champagne and celebrating.
REBECCA: Well, I don't really think that's the case.
DECLAN: It IS! I wanna wipe that smile off her face.
PAUL: (alarmed) Hey hey hey – what do you mean by that?
DECLAN: She's going to pay for what she did. I'm gonna sue her for every cent she's worth. The sooner she's out of that house and off the street the better.
FVO: Declan's lost the love of his life, and he's holding Steph responsible.
MVO: How far will he go to get revenge?
DECLAN: I want her gone.
TIM COLLINS: Well then she's gone.