- Harry noticing that Summer likes the band ‘Aqua' and telling Andrew.
- Andrew telling Sum he likes ‘Aqua', too.
- Harry telling Declan that Andrew really likes Summer; Dec retorting that Harry likes her, too.
- Sophie telling her brother that some bullies threatened to hurt her unless she stole a school test.
- Libby walking in and asking what's going on.
- Sophie admitting to Kate she should have told her what was happening.
- Callum telling Toadie he didn't tell him because Toadie doesn't care.
- Callum pointing out that since Steph moved in all Toadie's attentions have been on her. Plus, he's not even happy, he's miserable.
Toadie and Steph walk out to join the Ramsay kids and Declan in a game of street cricket. They are secretly hoping it will draw Callum in. Toadie hands his son the ball and tells him to bowl, as Steph's a great batsman. Eyeing up Steph will evil intent, Callum runs and hurls the ball. Steph ducks, and the ball hits the makeshift dustbin wicket.
Toadie reprimands Callum, who immediately reminds his dad that he told him to throw hard: if Steph can't handle it, she shouldn't be here. Toadie suggests some team spirit, but Callum's not interested. He loudly declares that Steph stuffed up their lives, and he wished he'd hit her.
The Ramsays and Declan discuss how upset Callum seems to be. Sophie leaves the room as she has homework to do; Kate offers to help but Soph shrugs her off. Kate's upset that Sophie couldn't turn to her when she was struggling at school, and Harry takes a call from Andrew, rushing out to see his cousin.
Kate worries that she's so distracted by Declan that she's not giving Sophie enough attention, and needs to spend time with her sister. She should probably do that now, so Declan leaves.
Callum mopes at a table, and concerned Lucas wonders what's wrong. Callum thinks that Steph should get out of his life, but Lucas can't concur with that – he's sorted out his differences with Steph, now, and she's a good person. He tells Callum to go easy on Steph.
At another table Summer is in awe of great Harry was, rescuing his little sister from bullies. Andrew isn't too pleased with Summer's adulation, and compares Harry to someone from some horror movie (which he clearly doesn't know about) which sparks interest from Summer (because she clearly loves it). He then quotes the wrong film at her, which Summer finds amusing.
Harry's on the phone to Andrew, laughing because Andrew mentioned the wrong film. Andrew wants Harry to go over for a blokes' night, and Sophie gives her permission because Harry rescued her. He can go on 100 blokes' nights! Harry's off out the door.
Kate sits at the table with her sister, suggests a cinema trip, a DVD evening, the Twilight film. Sophie wonders if something happened with Declan, but Kate insists that she's just been so busy with everything that she wants to spend time with her little sis.
Sophie could not look less thrilled.
Declan's off out for a run as Donna comes in. As she walks up the stairs she overhears Andrew and Harry chatting in the kitchen about Summer. She stops to listen. Harry insists that he got an ‘in' for Andrew by talking about Summer's favourite films, but Andrew wants something more – he wants her likes and dislikes. He adds that Harry has a geeky banter thing going on with Summer, and can get more info that he could himself. Donna listens in, not at all happy.
Summer's painting her toenails, assuring Steph that Callum will come round. Steph thinks she could do without the stress of it all. She answers the door to Harry before going for a lie down with a headache.
Harry tells Sum he prefers pink nail polish before asking after Steph and Callum. Summer fiercely defends Steph, recalling that after her mum died Steph never tried to replace her; she was just there for her. And then she encouraged her to keep playing the piano as it was her only link to her mum. Harry empathises – his mum taught him to play, too. Summer thinks their similarities are spooky.
Opening a can of coke, Harry also has his nails painted black. Oh, and his nose. Summer reminds him that rule one of nail painting is waiting for them to dry before touching anything else.
Chris from school approaches them and suggests they buy him a meal: after all, they did rip him off with that love manual. Harry blames Andrew for it, and Summer suggests that Harry make it up to Chris with basketball lessons, instead. Tomorrow. Chris is thrilled, Summer is entertained, and Harry is pimped out!
Donna walks in, and beckons Harry to join her at the bar. She admits she overheard their conversation earlier, and begs him not to do what Andrew's asking. She tells Harry that Andrew will use them both then dump them both. He's a player, and she wants to look out for Harry and Summer.
Declan, Lucas and Andrew are making dinner, wondering where Harry is. Andrew replies that he's ‘researching'. Declan tells his mates about his ‘break' with Kate whilst she has space with Sophie. Harry eventually turns up, but doesn't share any information with Andrew – he says he couldn't find Summer. Andrew comments on the nail polish.
Cut to later where they're watching a film that Lucas can hardly stand – he hides behind a cushion.
Over at the Ramsays' place Kate is also hiding behind a cushion as she watches something equally as horrid. Sophie looks at her sister with a mix of contempt and pity. Kate thinks Sophie might want to watch another movie, but Sophie's quite enjoying it, thank you very much. At a particularly nasty part, Kate grabs her sister and pulls her into a sofa hug for comfort, obscuring her view. Sophie pulls Kate's hand away so she can continue to watch the movie.
Back at the blokes' night Lucas and Andrew are bantering when Declan comes downstairs and tells them to keep the noise down whilst India sleeps. He joins Harry in the kitchen, wondering what's going on between him and Andrew.
DECLAN: Two guys, one girl. Someone's gonna miss out, mate. So you're pretty into her, aren't ya?
HARRY: We're friends.
DECLAN: Friends? Well, if you ever want to be more than friends, you're gonna have to let her know pretty soon.
That leaves Harry with some food for thought.
Harry comes over to see Summer, wonders if she wants to go for a walk by the lake. She seems really pleased at the idea, but then Andrew comes in and suggests he join them with a football so they can have a kick around. Harry's gutted.
Toadie's brushing Rocky when Callum comes home. He sees his dad and immediately walks to his room, but Toadie calls him back. Toadie admits that things have been hard lately, but Steph is part of their lives now, and he has to show her some respect as well as apologise.
He challenges Callum to step up, and Cal agrees to an apology. But then:
CALLUM: Why did you pick Steph?
TOAD: Where's this coming from?
CALLUM: Well, it's just that you were happy with Sonia and Lucas was happy with Steph.
TOAD: That's not true, mate.
CALLUM: She was over with Lucas watching Moto GP. But I guess they work with each other.
This is news to Toadie, who is not happy.
Cut to later when Steph comes over, and Toadie prompts him. Cal apologises for the bowling and for telling her he hates her. He takes Rocky out. Steph is pleased things are back on track, but Toadie disagrees – why did she spend the afternoon with Lucas. He wonders why she didn't tell him.
TOADIE: This isn't going to work unless we're going to be straight with each other, Steph.
STEPH: I guess I knew what you would say.
TOADIE: And you'd be right.
STEPH: Okay. Okay, it won't happen again.
TOADIE: You keep saying that.
STEPH: What do you want me to do? Lock myself away?
TOADIE: If it's that hard it just makes me wonder whether or not we're doing the right thing.
STEPH: No, come on, don't say that.
TOADIE: That's how I feel.
And Callum heard the whole thing.
Kate and Sophie buy pancakes at the counter, then sit down at the table to plan their day. A tram to the zoo? No. Sophie would rather start her eco- science project, please. Kate offers to help her, but Sophie suggests her big sis goes with Declan to the zoo whilst she stays at home. Kate rejects the idea so Sophie goes to get a drink.
Kate spots Dec, India and Donna at another table and apologises to Declan again, saying she has to spend time with her sister. Sophie rolls her eyes and walks over. She instructs Donna to leave so she can talk to Kate and Declan.
SOPHIE: This is doing my head in. This girl time, it's too much. I'm over it. You don't need to feel bad or anything. I'm doing okay.
Kate insists that Sophie was bullied because she was distracted, so Sophie suggests she talk more instead of getting all smothery.
SOPHIE: It's fun when we hang out, but this is just weird. And I'm not feeling left out. You guys can hang out as much as you like. On one condition: no kissing whilst I'm around, it's making me sick.
Sophie goes home. And tells them to knock themselves out on her pancakes.
Cut to later when Summer asks Andrew and Harry about the boys' night. It comes to light that Harry knew Summer didn't like the film that Andrew had mentioned to her earlier, and that she had done his nails the other evening. Andrew gives Harry an evil look on the way out.
Harry and Summer are talking comic books on the bench when Andrew interrupts. He kicks the ball away; Harry goes to get it. Andrew rushes to Summer's side and suggests a Hallowe'en party in April, plus a midnight picnic.
Harry kicks the ball; Andrew goes to get it. Harry rushes to Summer's side. He suggests sharing comic books
Andrew kicks the ball; Harry goes to get it. Andrew rushes again to Summer's side. He asks if she's interested in a midnight picnic.
Harry kicks the ball into the bushes.
ANDREW: It's gone to Tasmania.
HARRY: What are you waiting for?
ANDREW: I could ask you the same thing.
Summer sits, bemused.
Andrew calls Harry on his having D&Ms with Summer. He's pleased his cousin has good taste. They agree not to fight over a girl, but they're okay with a bit of friendly rivalry. Hmmm. Can't see this going too well...