Paul losing it with Andrew over the email he sent to all of the hotel's clients.
Declan taking Kate out, dressed up as a sailor - and not having enough cash.
Declan doing a striptease act for another table of girls and getting the cash. Kate annoyed.
Kate pouncing on Declan back at home then changing her mind.
Rebecca's telling India how to make a good martini when Declan comes in, still in his sailor outfit. She wonders what's going on.
Donna's crying whilst prepping food whilst Donna wants to know what's going on. Kate tells Donna Declan laughed at her.
Rebecca wants to know why Declan laughed at Kate, but Declan doesn't want to talk about it with his mum. He finally says Kate was acting really weird.
Kate tells Donna that sometimes boys like that kind of pouncing behaviour from girls, but not all the time. Donna forgets that Declan is Kate's first boyfriend, and Kate says that Declan didn't exactly tell her she was a joke, but he thinks she's an idiot.
Rebecca reminds her son that all this boyfriend stuff is so new to Kate, even though she's very capable. She suggests Declan speak to Kate, but Declan is sure Kate hates him.
In the park Andrew's showing Libby how to play soccer by getting her to dribble the ball. She's not very good. Summer and Harry watch, unimpressed, but they thought Andrew's coaching was interesting, and they're thinking up some ideas to keep Andrew on the street.
Summer points out that Andrew needs a PR campaign - Libby now likes him, so they just need to fight a hearts and minds campaign. Andrew says that Cat likes him, on a good day. No- one else in his house does, though. They decide to start with Lucas, who doesn't really care about Andrew either way.
So over in Charlie's they're trying to persuade Lucas to be assistant coach for the soccer team, but he declines. Andrew lets it go, so Summer reminds him that he mustn't accept no from Lucas - they have to campaign! Andrew can't be bothered, so Summer persists: she doesn't want him to go. Harry suggests they leave him alone...
HARRY: If he's going all self- pity on us, it's a waste of time. He's lost his mojo. He's no Robinson.
SUMMER: You're right.
ANDREW: Yes, you are right. Thanks mate, that's exactly what I needed.
As easy as that.
Andrew approaches Lucas at the dartboard and tries again. Lucas thinks that soccer's for girls, so Andrew tells him that Toadie said that soccer takes more strength and stamina than Lucas could ever have. His interest piqued (and not a little bit annoyed), Lucas agrees to be assistant coach. Pleased, Andrew starts on Rebecca but Summer pulls him off - one at a time!
Steph and Libby are making tea, but Libby's in pain from the training, and tells Steph that Andrew's not a bad kid - the young ones really look up to him and his encouragement with the soccer training. Steph's very wary, him being a Robinson and all. Libby is picking colours for the soccer team, and Steph notices that Summer seems to really like Andrew, as she's playing with his hair on the couch...
Declan is drinking juice from the carton when Donna comes in, and Donna asks Declan to go talk to Kate. Donna refuses to play messenger and insists that the two of them need to talk - and he needs to give Kate more space. Pleased, Declan leaves, just as Andrew's coming in.
Andrew's brought home cupcakes for Donna as a truce, and promises he'll stop bagging out on Declan. Donna reminds Andrew that although he does bad things, sometimes, he's still a good person.
Back in the living room, Steph quizzes her ex- step- daughter over Andrew. Summer maintains that Andrew's a friend, and Steph wonders if Summer can really trust him. Defensive, Summer points out again that she hangs out with Harry as well as Andrew, so why do people keep questioning her? It's not like she's in love with him or anything. Really, it's not. No, really...
Summer comes over to see Harry and he tells her he's about to play guitar hero. Playing on the console, Sum asks Harry what he thinks of Andrew. Harry likes him - but they do need to keep him on track. Speak of the devil, Andrew walks in and tries to show Summer how to play the guitar properly; unnerved, she shrugs him off her and says she has to go.
Kate comes in and finds Declan at a table, sitting to join him. She apologises for going off at him before, and she says she knows she was acting like a crazy person. He apologises for laughing - he's not used to seeing that side of her. Kate admits she didn't really like her behaviour before, so she'd like to start over if that's okay. Declan agrees.
However, thanks to Donna, he then admits that moving back to Paul's was a good thing, so that they both have some space. Kate queries that: he needs some space? Declan nods. Kate is gutted, and doesn't respond to his kiss when he leaves. He says he'll come over later to pick up some of India's toys he left at hers.
Summer sits at a table, reading and thinking. She remembers Andrew trying to teach her guitar, and being defensive with Steph, saying she's not in love with him.
Declan and India come in, and Rebecca asks how Kate is. Declan says she seemed okay with him moving back to number 22...
Kate tells Donna Declan's dumped her. Donna wonders if her friend is sure, and Kate is absolutely definite. Because, you know, space obviously means 'you're dumped'.
Rebecca tells Declan that 'space' means breaking up. And that's what Kate will have heard. Declan said he was trying to get out of her way.
Donna has told Kate that's not what Declan meant, but Kate dismisses it.
DECLAN: You're kidding me.
DECLAN: I thought it was a bit weird when she didn't kiss me.
DECLAN: I'll sort it out!
Rebecca reminds Declan he can still stay as long as he likes; after all, Paul will probably send Andrew back to Sydney when he gets back to Erinsborough. Summer overhears, alarmed.
Declan says he's going to talk to Kate.
Kate thinks the whole Declan thing is a disaster, what if she stuffs up?
Cut to moments later where Declan arrives, and follows a trail of India's toys to the living area where Kate is wearing the sailor hat. She wonders how much space Declan needs, and he asks her how much she wants. She suggests *this* much before pashing him.
Rebecca arrives home with India in the pushchair to find Andrew, Harry, Summer and Libby all helping out with some soccer team planning. He takes Rebecca's shopping bags, before impressively going on to sort out the team colours. He suggests they let the kids choose the team name. Rebecca listens in, seemingly pleased.
Once the business is complete he suggests they leave Rebecca to it, and she tells him that Declan's moving back in. Andrew says that's fine, smiling. He tells Rebecca that he's caused friction here, and he'll get out of her way later, if she'd prefer. Rebecca says he can stay.
Cut to later where Rebecca, Andrew, Declan, Donna, Summer and Lucas are sitting at the table, eating. Andrew and Declan eyeball each other. Andrew thanks Rebecca for the food. Donna tries to cut the tension by asking about the soccer. Summer says it's going well - and Lucas is going to be assistant coach.
DECLAN: You don't know anything about soccer.
LUCAS: What's to know? You ponce around, kick the ball in the goal then run around imitating an aeroplane.
Everyone laughs except Andrew who is offended: there's more to soccer than that. Declan says it's nothing like AFL where you have to put your body on the line; Andrew suggests it requires more skill. The boys get into a spat, so Summer suggests they stick to eating their food.
Andrew thanks Rebecca for dinner again, before Declan confronts him at the table, wondering why Andrew's being so polite. He tells Andrew he's onto him. Andrew tries to play nice, but then drags Kate into it, telling him that Kate deserves someone better. Andrew lunges at Declan, and Lucas separates them. Rebecca says she's had enough: they've all tried with him, but she's going to recommend that Paul sends Andrew home. Andrew storms off, leaving Summer gutted.
Summer finds Lib and Steph at a table; she's looking for Andrew who left after a fight with Declan. She finds him playing darts, and he says he doesn't care if he stays or not. For the next three weeks he'll stay - and he'll party. Ramsay Street won't know what hit it...