Lyn telling Lou she doesn't want an ex-employee breathing down her neck at work.
Lou promises to stock Harold's.
Paul tells Lyn that Lou is now working at Charlie's.
Susan telling Karl that they need to know that Libby and Dan's marriage is up to having a baby in a few months.
Libby crying with Karl.
Dan showing Susan the door.
Libby telling Dan that her mum is trying to help; Dan retorting that Susan was telling him how to live his life.
Susan, upset, telling Karl that she's the one risking everything.
Dan telling Libby that the Kennedys own them – he can't pay back a debt like Susan having their child.
Karl, exhausted, leaves the house, but spots Libby standing next to Grace's tree by the arbour, upset. She's crying. She tells her dad that Grace would have been born by now, and she confesses that if she'd been able to carry Grace, none of this would be happening. Karl assures his daughter that none of this is her fault, but she crumbles and Karl hugs her.
Kate is explaining to Declan how the bikes will generate energy which will go back into the grid. There will be 12 bikes, and if they can get enough people, her plan should work. Declan is prepping a feed for India, and they sit on the sofa with Zeke. Kate admits that to make the deb carbon-neutral they will have to cycle 10-20 hours each...
Zeke and Declan are less than impressed. Zeke doesn't want to be included, and India is entranced by the boom, off camera. Kate begs Declan to do two shifts on the bikes, and he reluctantly agrees. She manages to get Zeke to agree, too, before telling them that she's still in Harry's bad books for giving up dancing, but she's promised to find him a date for the deb to make it up to him.
Kate leaves, and India coughs cutely.
The bikes are set up to generate energy back into the grid, and the first shift is ending. Kate is trying to recruit more volunteers to help, but she's not being terribly successful. Amanda stands at the side, watching and texting, unimpressed. Two boys approach Kate and call her ‘special' before making crying impressions and walking off. Kate is left looking very confused, whilst Amanda smirks, smirkily.
Karl and Susan walk by on their way to breakfast, promising to come and cycle after they've eaten. Karl reminds Susan that either she or Dan has to make the first move to sort things out and, walking into the coffee shop, Susan agrees, but wants to have some brekkie first.
Inside the store, Lucas and Dan are buying instant coffee from Lyn. Lucas wonders when Dan will make it up with Susan, but Dan insists that under no condition will he apologise to her. As they leave, they walk straight into the Kennedys, arriving for breakfast.
Oh, it's so awkward. Lucas greets them, and Susan says good morning back, but Dan pushes past and leaves without a word. Lucas tries to make it better by telling them to avoid the coffee.
They Kennedys sit down for breakfast, and would like Eggs Benedict: Karl has a hankering. Lyn suggests they try her home-made porridge; she strongly suggests it, as she doesn't have any eggs. She has no bread, either. Karl thinks they'll have brekkie next door, so Lyn begs them to try the porridge. The Kennedys concede, realising just how bad things really are.
Over at the bar, Rebecca is run off her feet with breakfast orders. Lou is helping out, and Rebecca is grateful for his help. He admits that he loves running a busy bar. Dec, Kate and Zeke come in, exhausted from cycling. Two boys come in, mimicking crying as they walk past Kate which confuses her even more. Just then, Declan gets a text, suggesting he look at ‘Grooveview.com' for a Kate special...
Sitting at the laptop in the bar, footage of Kate at the dance showcase has been uploaded to Grooveview. A voice over mimics Kate crying at being rejected. Kate is shocked.
Cut to later and the boys have been trying to work out who it came from, with no luck. As Kate is saying that she can't think of anyone at the showcase who would have done that to her, Amanda comes over, smirking and ‘empathising' with Kate: must be so humiliated. Flirting with Declan and ignoring Zeke, Amanda says she's trying to be supportive – after all, Kate probably needs some friends right now.
Amanda leaves as swiftly as she arrived, and Kate realises that it must have been her who did this. Christelle at the showcase is a friend of Amanda's, and that must be how she got the footage. The guys encourage Kate to get back out to the bikes, and face the embarrassment. She can't let Amanda win!
As Kate walks up to the bikes again, she ignores the kids making fun of her. She announces that she's on Grooveview, and thanks whoever it was for the publicity. Appealing for help on the bikes, she asks them to put their energy into the bikes rather than making fun of her – and it works! She gets her volunteers, and Amanda strops off, thoroughly put out.
Libby is cleaning windows when Dan comes home. Lucas makes a hasty exit. Dan asks after Ben – he wants to chat with him when he gets home from the park with Callum. Dan tells Libby he loves Ben, he was just trying to make a point. He wishes Ben hadn't overheard.
There's a knock at the door and it's Karl who wants to suggest they have a family meeting to clear the air. Dan says he will talk to Libby and get back to them with their answer.
Karl leaves, and Libby wonders why Dan didn't just say yes.
LIBBY: I think it's a great idea.
DAN: Of course you do. It's a Kennedy family tradition.
LIBBY: So that automatically makes it a bad thing?
Dan tells his wife that it's so hard being on the outside of the Kennedys. Her parents live next door, her mum is carrying their child, and they've offered to pay their house deposit. Dan wants him and Libby to be okay with each other before they involve the Kennedys in anything else – they have to stand together as husband and wife first and foremost.
It's awkward and tense as Karl, Susan, Dan and Libby sit down for their meeting. Susan apologises for last night, and admits she was upset – she said things she shouldn't have. Dan accepts her apology, and reminds her that her being their surrogate puts them in a difficult position. He tells them Libby and he have decided not to take the Ks up on their offer of the house deposit.
Dan explains that he and Libby need to stand on their own.
DAN: We owe you both so much already, I don't want to end up owing you everything.
KARL: Why don't you sleep on it? Take a few days...
LIB: No, we've talked about it, it's what we both want.
Susan wonders where they'll get the money from – especially given that they're unlikely to get the money back from Sam. Libby explains that they've decided to give the money to Sam; it's the price they'll pay to have her out of their lives forever.
They say they will revisit the house purchase at a later date when they're ready.
No-one has anything else to say. They drink their tea. Oh, awkward, awkward, awkward.
Cut to later when Libby and Dan have left. Karl thinks it went well, but Susan worries that the house deposit is Dan's decision and not Libby's. Karl reminds his wife that it's none of their business. She sighs.
KARL: Repeat after me: it's none of our business.
SUSAN: He should never have given Sam the money in the first place. Look at her history... If he thinks that's going to stop her contacting him, he's just deluded...
KARL: I could agree with you until the cows come home, but it's still none of our business.
SUSAN: They're making a mistake.
KARL: It's their decision, there's nothing we can do about it, you have to accept it. It's...
SUSAN: ...none of our business!
KARL: Good girl!
Libby and Dan return home, and Dan promises to sort things out with Ben just as Lucas comes out from the kitchen, admitting it's a mess in there! Libby goes to make coffee, and Lucas asks his brother how things went. Dan says they talked it all through, and Susan apologised – but some things just can't be taken back.
Declan is cleaning at the bar whilst Kate tells him that she's got all twelve bikes signed up for the afternoon. She's impressed with her work, and wants to talk to Declan – she thanks him for stopping her from getting side-tracked by the Grooveview issue earlier. They chat for a bit before Amanda comes over.
Rebecca serves up food across the bar, and Lou comments on how busy lunch has been for them. They wonder how busy it is across at Harold's, and wander over to have a look...
It's less than dead in Harold's, when Lyn comes out of the kitchen, seeing that they've come to gloat. Lyn tells them that this is her last day – so they win. She thinks Rebecca must be happy about that.
Rebecca reminds Lyn that she chose to come back, no-one made her return to Erinsborough, but Lyn makes an emotional statement: she was here long before Rebecca ever was. This is her home. Lyn tells Lou that she's put the place on the market, and has already had an offer from Apollo's, who are drawing up the contract right now.
Rebecca doesn't look happy.
Kate and others are on the bikes, cycling away. Declan stands by, watching them and joking around when there's a crash-like noise from behind the bikes. Smoke is coming from the inverter by the generator, and Lucas checks it out. He realises the problem – the generator is not connected to the grid, so the energy they've been generating has been going nowhere. Kate is horrified – the guy who put it together did it properly.
Lucas comments that the wires have been tampered with, and Kate immediately realises that Amanda must be involved. She looks around for her – after all, Amanda would hang around to see the fall out...
Declan follows Kate as she marches up to Amanda, wondering why she hates her so much. Kate announces that Amanda has ruined the deb for everyone. Amanda pushes Kate away, and Declan warns Kate not to get involved. Upset, Kate says this can't be fixed, now, despite Declan wanting to make things right.