- Toadie and Sonya kissing.
- Harry trying to get away from creepy Robin.
- Harry telling Susan that Robin is driving him nuts.
- Robin befriending Sunny.
- Creepy Robin creeping into Sunny's room through the window.
Creepy Robin has to dive under Sunny's bed as she and Zeke approach the room talking about a really cool band Sunny wants to go and see. Zeke isn't in the mood though. The conversation moves on to Zeke's latest session with Dr Levi and Robin's ears prick up. They leave to get food , but just as Robin gets up Sunny remembers she's left her phone in her room. Robin hastily hides behind the door and Sunny comes in and out of the room without noticing him.
Robin has acted on the information he gathered the previous night and left a note for Harry saying he scored four tickets to the cool band gig at Charlie's that evening. Harry is not enthused and Kate tells him to cut him some slack, he's just lonely, just like he was when they first came to Ramsay Street.
HARRY: Yeah, but I didn't act like that.
KATE: No, you just grunted at people and then punched anybody who spoke back.
HARRY: Yeah well he's still weird.
Harry still isn't keen on going, he likes the band but not the company. Kate tells him to put himself in Robin's shoes. He just wants some friends.
After a nice shot of the Ramsay's letter box Robin has swings by to announce that the gig is going to be so cool. Sunny arrives all excited about the gig and Zeke soon follows, though he's not so fired up about the band. Robin is disappointed to see that Zeke has decided to join them but masks it by saying what a huge fan he is of Lost Boy. Zeke is a bit weirded out. They leave for the gig even though it seems like the middle of the afternoon.
Susan welcomes Libby and Ben home as they climb out of the taxi, but there is someone missing. Dan has decided to stay in New Zealand for another night. Ben lets slip that Libby and Dan had a big fight at the airport. Susan thinks that coffee and a treat are called for as Karl is away seeing Billy and Anne. Ben runs off to see Callum and demonstrate his new accent.
BEN: Fush and chups.
Libby jokes that blokes never want to hang around.
Libby and Susan dig into a plate of Nachos and Libby says that Dan will be back for the first ultrasound tomorrow. Susan wonders if they want to know the sex of the baby (though surely they're not that far along yet if it's the first scan) and Libby would like to but Dan won't budge. Susan thinks that's understandable to want a surprise.
LIBBY: Well Ben was a surprise, I want to know what I'm getting this time.
Susan senses something happened while they were away but Libby brushes away any questions. Dan calls so Libby gets up to answer and Toadie steps in to speak to Susan. It's official date number 2 with Sonya and he's going to ask her all the difficult questions so he knows what he's getting into. Susan tells him not to scare her away! Libby comes back with news that Dan is staying in New Zealand another week because Sam has “had another turn”. She can't believe he won't be there for the ultrasound.
Night has switched itself on and the gig is in full swing chez Chaz...ha, that's nearly like Chez Chez! Wonder if that was intentional? Anyway there are typically few extras bopping about and Robin is busting some seriously odd moves with Sunny. Sunny and Harry think the band is great, Zeke thinks they're ok, but to Robin they're TOTALLY SENSATIONAL.
ZEKE: I just thought they were a bit over the top.
Lost Boy and Found Girl are live on air and eager to hear what everyone is wearing to their Deb Balls and how they're getting there. Robin sits in the background watching Sunny intently. Robin asks how they come up with material for the show. Sunny explains that they use stuff that's going on in their own lives with family and friends etc. Robin wonders if that means that they were talking about stuff going on with them the previous week when they were talking about making people feel special.
SUNNY: Could you tell?
ROBIN: Yeah, I feel like I know you really really well. I listen to your show every single day.
ZEKE: What did you say?
Robin repeats that he listens to the show every single day. Zeke suggests that he might like to see the record library and sends Sunny to give him a tour. While they're away Zeke finds a podcast of last week's show and realises that the guy who says that if he was with someone like Found Girl he'd make every sacrifice he could was in fact Creepy Robin. OOo, creepy.
After the break Zeke and Sunny wrap up the show. Robin had an ace time but Zeke clearly wants rid of him so says that they have to speak to Mel but will catch up with him later. With Robin gone, Zeke plays Sunny the clip of Robin and says that falling for a voice on the radio is seriously weird. Sunny doesn't think he's fallen for her, he's just lonely and jokes that Zeke is just jealous.
ZEKE: Ok, maybe I am, but he is making moves on you right in front of me.
SUNNY: He is not!
ZEKE: He is alright, and I don't trust him.
Sunny isn't taking any of it seriously which annoys Zeke into getting a bit shouty.
SUNNY: Well tough, ok. Nothing is going on and you're not in charge of my life. I can hang with however I want.
Robin chats with Kate as he waits for Sunny and Zeke. Kate mentions that Harry really enjoyed the gig and Robin says that Sunny is a funny dancer. (Not as funny as you mate.) Kate thinks he must be a pretty special guy as Sunny hates dancing. Toadie and Callum come in in serious need of chocolate malt milkshakes with two scoops of ice cream. Callum tells Kate that date night was a disaster and that Sonya isn't right for them because she doesn't like wrestling. Kate is amused, but The Lawman and Babyface Jones aren't laughing.
KATE: Well I don't like wrestling, but I wouldn't not go out with someone just because they do.
TOADIE: So what you're saying is we need to find a way to get her interested.
KATE: Yeah, but wrestling?
TOADIE: Congratulations Kate, you have just nominated yourself as our guinea pig!
Libby rushes in apologising for being late but realises that her mum isn't even dressed and they have ten minutes to get to the hospital. Susan explains that she's postponed the appointment until next week.
SUSAN: Libby, we shouldn't do this without Dan.
LIBBY: We shouldn't have to.
Susan presses her daughter for more information about what happened in New Zealand. Libby tells her that Sam was absolutely fine but she kept milking Dan for everything she could. She left without him because all they were doing was fighting. Susan thinks that's all the more reason for waiting for him to do the ultrasound.
LIBBY: He's made his choice.
SUSAN: Maybe he feels like he doesn't have a choice. I know what it's like to live with a man who feels he has a responsibility to two families.
LIBBY: But it's not even his family! I'm always going to come second.
Robin sits glumly still waiting for Sunny and Zeke and eventually Zeke shows up. Robin wants to know where Sunny is and Zeke thinks she's studying. Robin decides to leave and says that he'll see Zeke around. Zeke tells him the meeting was to say no more friends visiting the station as they're too distracting.
Robin catches up with Harry to show him movie tickets for the new 3D film. Harry wonders who prebuys movie tickets. Who doesn't these days for popular films? Robin thought they could invite Sunny too. Harry says he can't tonight as he has to look after Sophie and then go to work. Harry suggests he ask Zeke and Sunny, but Robin doesn't think Zeke would like the film and he can't ask Sunny by himself.
ROBIN: I can't ask Sunny out.
HARRY: Why? It's not as if you and Sunny are ever going to get together.
Harry goes inside and Sunny arrives on the street in time to witness Robin tearing up the tickets and kicking over the Ramsay's wheelie bin. She runs after him to find out what's wrong.
Robin and Sunny are hanging out when Susan, Libby and Ben arrive home with the shopping. Libby speaks to Dan on the phone and he is pleased to hear they're waiting for him before they go ahead with the ultrasound. Libby concedes that her mother was right. Robin is going to stay for dinner and proceeds to show Sunny how badly he sucks at Zombie Force 4 – though clearly he's just pretending to be bad. Sunny would rather win fairly so if he wins he can introduce a song on tomorrow's show.
ROBIN: How can I do that? I thought I was banned from the radio station.
SUNNY: Says who?
ROBIN: Urgh, what I mean is I've banned myself. I'm never going to get any holiday homework done hanging around you two.
What a lame-ass save! Sunny bought it though.
The Lawman and Baby-face Jones are squaring up to wrestle with Kate as their audience. Toadie feigns pain and injury making Kate concerned. He tells her he really is fine, but wonders if she liked seeing him in pain. Steady! Answer, not really. They decide to break out the big guns. Armed with popcorn and pro-wrestling matches on TV, Callum and Toadie guide Kate along the path to wrestling enlightenment where she starts to see the appeal.
KATE: You know, when you watch the pros you actually see that they're really good athletes (no offence guys)...and they're really good actors too! I mean most of the time they make it look really real!
KATE: Yeah, it's just like daytime soap opera for boys.
She seems pleased that she's getting it but is completely oblivious to the fact that she has just crushed all of Callum's dreams. Toadie tries to save the situation by reminding him that they rehearse all their routines, but Callum says they're just mucking around. He goes off to his room leaving Kate feeling really guilty.
KATE: Did I just break his heart?
TOADIE : I think you just put him in a figure four leg lock.
KATE: Now I know what that is, that's really bad.
Zeke arrives home and is surprised to find that they have a guest for dinner and also rather unimpressed. The boys set the table and Robin is annoyi ngly chipper “See we can work together!” Vomit. He tells Zeke that Sunny doesn't know anything about him being banned from the radio station and says he won't tell her that he made it up because she'd be upset.
Everyone enjoys dinner except Zeke who isn't all that hungry, which means his mouth is free to start up scintillating conversation. He asks Robin if he's ever had a girlfriend...which he hasn't. Susan senses this is a sensitive area not to be strayed into and tries to change the topic to apple crumble.
ZEKE: Why not?
ZEKE: I'm just making conversation.
Robin supposes he just hasn't found the right girl. I know Robin is creepy and annoying, but Zeke continues to be unpleasantly disbelieving suggesting girls maybe run a mile when they get to know him. Susan intervenes and Zeke storms away leaving a room full of AWKWARD.
- Zeke voices his suspicions about Robin to Sunny.
- There's a new gossip columnist in town.
- Kate susses “The Watcher” is Lyn.
- Paul tells Lyn to be more discreet.
- Susan pulls Zeke up on his behaviour.
- Zeke attacks Robin.