Paul admitting to Rebecca that he has a cash flow problem.
Toadie and Steph worrying that their charade isn't going to hold up.
Steph moving in to Number 30.
Callum complaining that Steph's not family.
Andrew and Harry competing for Summer.
Summer asking Harry to go out with her that evening – and then introducing her to her friend, Renee.
Summer and Andrew encourage Harry and Renee to talk, by telling Harry that Renee's also into comics. Harry is so not interested, and watches Andrew and Sum as they walk away. Renee tries to continue the conversation, but Harry insists they all go for ice cream together.
With the girls at a table, Harry tells Andrew he knows he was set up with Renee to keep him and Summer apart. Kate gets them all sundaes, and asks her brother who the new girl is; she's pleased for Harry, who is still so not interested.
Harry joins the table where Andrew and Summer are still encouraging Renee and Harry to compare their music tastes. Andrew clearly enjoys Harry's discomfort.
Andrew turns up to see Harry, telling him that Summer really thinks he and Renee are a great couple. Harry is upset that Andrew's playing nasty tricks: he thought they were mates. Andrew suddenly realises that Harry thought he had a date with Summer, not someone else. Andrew then admits the truth: he doesn't want Harry hanging around with Summer because she'll see that he's a great guy, and better than Andrew. Besides which, they agreed to compete for Summer's affection. Harry wishes he'd listened to Declan's warning that Andrew would play dirty.
Kate's sitting with India on the sofa whilst Declan prepares her dinner. Rebecca is hunting for the finance folder, which Paul overhears – and he wants to know why she's looking for the information. Bec tells her husband that she wants to know the truth about their finances, and wants to help.
PAUL: Darling, a multi- million dollar company is a little bit more complex than a household budget.
REBECCA: I see. And you think I can't do complex.
Kate and Declan talk about Harry's date with Renee – Kate thought Harry looked nervous which surprises Declan. As she bounces out the door, Andrew comes in, and gives Declan a serve about butting into his friendship. Declan defends himself; he was only advising Harry that he can compete with Andrew, and if Harry's friendship means so much to Andrew, then he should back off and let him be with Summer.
DECLAN: It's all about you.
Cut to later where Declan has made his mum some home- made pasta to eat later, as she's so busy at the pub. As she goes to leave, Andrew comments that Declan is sucking up big time. Paul comes in, and provides Rebecca with some food and beverage costs, asking for her advice on how to cut 5% off the bill. She agrees to help on one condition: if she saves 5%, they get to have their weekend away in Dalesford.
Rebecca leaves, and Paul makes a private call in the kitchen – he has to bring a meeting forward and make some big cuts.
Rebecca serves Libby and Toadie with a salad from Lassiter's – she wants some feedback on the food. Libby thinks it's great; Toadie thinks it's rabbit food.
Andrew, Declan (with India), Summer and Kate sit on the sofa, and Summer wonders if they should go to the movies tomorrow to see a scary film. She wonders if Harry likes Renee, and Andrew says he does – he thinks she's great. As the teens discuss Renee, Declan goes into the kitchen where Paul sits with his laptop. Paul admits Lassiter's needs to make some cuts, and says that he and Bec don't always see eye to eye on what's ethical.
Declan shows Paul some ideas he had to save money, and Paul likes them. He makes a face at India, commenting that her daddy is very clever.
Declan and Paul are discussing cuts when Rebecca serves them a new wine. Andrew joins Paul at his request – and Paul says he can't pay him any longer. He can't justify paying his son when he's laying other staff off. However, Andrew can stay on, learn the business and pay off his debt to his dad – all without being paid. Andrew is furious to learn that this was one of Declan's ideas – although he hides it in front of his dad.
Andrew storms into the house just after Declan has put India to bed. Declan insists he's just doing his job: Andrew is working, just not being paid. It's about what's best for the job. Declan tells Andrew that he drew up the proposal ages ago, but that's not going to pacify the angry Robinson.
Kate comes home to find Harry making toast and tea for dinner. Kate has been asking around about Renee, she wants to make sure she's good enough for her brother. Harry admits he's not crazy about her anyway; he just doesn't know how to tell her. Kate encourages him to do the right thing.
Harry's come over to see Summer with a copy of a zombie movie she wanted to see. She says she's already seen it with Andrew. Harry asks for Renee's number, which pleases Summer no end – until he admits that he's not interested in her. He appreciates what Summer was trying to do, but he needs to do the right thing. Summer tells him to have more confident; he's a great guy, and funny and smart and confident.
SUMMER: You're everything a girl could want in a boyfriend. Which is why you've become one of my best friends.
Oh, poor Harry. Sum encourages Harry to give things another shot with Renee.
Harry plays a mournful tune on his keyboard when Lucas comes over with a free pass to a photographic exhibition he thought Harry might like. Lucas asks Harry what's wrong.
HARRY: What's it with girls who just want to be friends?
LUCAS: Girl trouble. Do you like her? A lot? And she used the friend word. Sorry about that, mate.
Lucas tells his mate that life's too short, and Harry will have to give up and move on – waiting around won't help. Chances are she won't change her mind.
Lucas and Harry are chatting again in the store when Summer and Renee come in. Summer breezily takes Lucas off with her to get a drink, leaving Harry alone with his new found girlfriend. They take a seat – Renee tells Harry that she found some back issues of comics he likes and the shop has put them on hold for her. They agree to go and pick the comics up together. Meanwhile, Summer tells Lucas that she's giving her friends a helping hand; Lucas reminds her not to push things.
Andrew is channel flicking which annoys Paul who is preparing dinner. Paul tells his son to stop sulking, and orders him to cut the veggies. He also tells him to stop letting his emotions get in the way of a business decision when Andrew makes a dig at Declan.
Rebecca comes home, hoping Paul has his credit card ready. She has managed to cut Paul's food and beverage costs by 5.2%. Paul is very impressed whilst Andrew strops off – pity it wasn't enough money to save Andrew's job. Paul has to tell Bec that he's made staff cuts, which makes her realise that he gave her the food and drink issue to keep her quiet, instead of letting her be involved in the whole situation. She tells him that she won't go away with him now, not even if he paid her.
Andrew is trying to get a job with Kate, insisting that she takes him on, but she's too busy, and eventually snaps at him to leave her alone. Declan walks in, wondering if Kate's okay, and tells Andrew not to hassle her. Andrew lunges at Declan, pushing him into the counter, telling him it's not over. Lucas holds Andrew off Declan.
Lucas has brought the boys home, whilst Paul demands an explanation. Andrew makes himself look silly in front of his dad, whilst Paul tells Declan he should know better. Rebecca reminds Andrew he will go to Sydney if he causes any more trouble, and Declan decides he doesn't want Andrew anywhere near his daughter. Either Andrew goes, or he does.