Lou becoming the Ramsay kids' guardian.
Sophie being miserable at school.
Callum teasing Sophie at school.
Libby not dealing well with her marriage break up.
Donna's run away.
Susan arrives at the hospital very concerned, as Sonia's on the phone to Rebecca, and Lucas turns up. Dr Peggy Newton tells Susan that her daughter's fine...they'll just keep her in overnight. Libby had a large quantity of sedatives in her system, which surprises Susan she had no idea she was taking anything.
Suse goes in to see Libby in bed, who asks after Ben. Ben is staying with Bec, and has no idea what's happened. Susan tells her daughter that she gave her a scare, and wants Libby to come home for a while. Libby says she won't; she can't run home every time she has a problem.
Zeke is on the phone to Susan wishing Libby all the best. He tells Kate and Declan that Libby will stay in overnight, whilst the kids wonder about Donna and where she is.
ZEKE: It's kind of typical, isn't it?
ZEKE: Donna causes a big drama, then runs away and expects everyone to feel sorry for her.
Kate comes to Donna's defence, but the guys are in agreement and they don't like Andrew, either, who just happens to wander in. Kate muses about the double standards of men and women, and wants her friend back. Sophie announces there's no point having friends, as they just let you down. Kate doesn't have time for Sophie's concerns, and answers the phone to Lou who relays the news that Lauren is still unwell.
Back at the house, Sophie is upset that Lou isn't coming back they need a guardian for their next DHS visit.
SOPHIE: Lou's not here, Paul's a crook, and everyone else is busy or missing!
Kate tells her sister they just need to find someone, and Declan suggests that she go for guardianship again. Kate's not sure the amount of work she has will be enough to convince the DHS. Declan encourages her to call her agency and beg for more work. He makes a list of things she has to tell them to impress them and she eventually concedes.
Later, Kate has made the call, and spoke to the casting agent who has gotten her an audition the next day for a full time gig. Sophie's thrilled. Declan smiles, and India stares up at an out- of- shot boom.
Kate has arrived for her audition, with Sophie in tow. A dance troop are preparing to rehearse, and Sophie tries to reassure her sister that she'll be great. Kate is called to the stage for her audition.
Susan arrives to collect Libby who is morose, and wants to leave. Susan raises the question of the medication Libby was on, and Lib admits she had some sedatives to help her sleep. Susan reminds her daughter again that she can come home, but she's not interested in anything her mother says, and walks out.
In Donna's bedroom, Andrew calls Donna's mobile and asks where she is reminding her if she needs anything to call him.
Cut to later and he calls again, leaves another message; it's not fair that she leaves everything for him to deal with.
Cut to later and it's another message, with Andrew begging her to come home so they can sort it out.
Later again, and he offers to take all the blame, to say that he was blackmailing her so no- one hates her.
Zeke suggests to Declan that they go on a road trip, but Dec's not interested. Zeke wonders if taking Kate would make a difference?! Andrew turns up, but the boys aren't interested in talking to him other than to blame him for splitting up Donna and Ringo.
Kate completes her audition. The guy, Terry, really likes her, but his sidekick and top female dancer judge, Candace, is not so keen. She tells Kate they want someone with more experience. Terry has a different opinion and debates with his colleague, overruling her and giving Kate a chance.
Kate is telling Sophie again the story of how she got the part, and how she doesn't think Candace likes her. They run into Declan, and he has flowers for her to say congratulations Sophie had called him. They smile and it's a nice moment, until Sophie breaks the silence by realising Kate might now be able to apply for guardianship. She runs off to clean her room and tell Harry.
Kate has to go back to rehearsals later but tells Declan he could come in to the house for a bit if he likes.
Libby's sleeping on the sofa, when Sonia and Lucas come in, wondering how she is. She's fine, and apologises for scaring Sonia the night before. As they're leaving Susan arrives and sits on the sofa next to her daughter. Libby tells her mum she's a bit busy (sleeping is really hard work), but she's not at all fine.
She quietly admits that she thought she was okay, and asks her mum if she can come home. So much for not running back to mummy and daddy...
Kate arrives back for rehearsals, with Candace almost completely ignoring her. Kate asks her to introduce her, which she does.
CANDACE: Kate is new! So I'd like you to go nice and easy on her. I saw her audition, and I've got to say, that she has the grace of an elephant, absolutely zero timing, so if you could all slow right down to help her keep up that'd be great.
The other girls giggle, and Kate is mortified.
Cut to later and the rehearsal is taking place, with Candace constantly telling Kate that she's out of time and behind the other girls which she's not. When Candace calls a break, she tells Kate to quit she will tell Terry she's no good, and Kate will end up embarrassed.
Kate sits down at a table with Sophie and Declan, upset. She announces that she quit. Sophie wonders about the money, and Declan wonders what happened. Kate says a girl was mean to her! Declan realises that Candace was probably threatening because she felt threatened Kate's a good dancer, and the other girl probably isn't...
Libby has arrived home with her mum and suitcases. Zeke tells his mum that his court date is next week, before asking why Libby and Ben are here. Libby hopes they won't be in the way, especially with Callum here.
LIBBY: I feel so useless. I'm supposed to be a grown adult and here I am running back home again.
SUSAN: Exactly. Back *home*. You stay as long as you want to. For better, for worse, you are a Kennedy.
Kate is practising when Candace arrives, who announces that she's already told Terry that Kate quit. Terry appears at that moment, annoyed that Candace has re- done the routine before sorting things out with Kate. He insists that Kate not change her mind, and that Candy' change the routine back so they can get on with their work.
Out on stage the girls complete their routine, and Terry approaches Kate. He thinks she's good and wants to give her the lead. Out on Candace, pretty hacked off.