Kate tells Summer that Terry asked her to look after the dance troupe.
Paul forgets Andrew's birthday.
Summer reminds Andrew that plenty of other people care, but Andrew chooses to push them away, and Summer calls him on how he treats people.
Ringo wins a green card in the USA lottery and asks Donna to marry him so they can go together.
Zeke point out that Donna will have to tell her dad.
Outside number 28, Ringo encourages Donna to tell her dad that they're getting married soon – and just at that point Donna's mobile rings.
Cut to moments later and she's sitting on the kerb, explaining about the marriage. Nick clearly isn't impressed by the speed of the marriage – seven weeks! Donna says she's not just doing it for the visa; they were getting married anyway. She rings off, and leans into Ringo, realising that it's seven weeks until their marriage, and they'll be starting their lives over, together.
Behind them, Andrew stands up, having heard the conversation.
Toadie is asking Ringo and Donna who they've told about the wedding, and Michael and Tash overhear, standing at the counter. Donna explains that her dad wants her and Ringo to wait, and Michael congratulates them. Whilst they continue to chat, Tash strides over to a table where Andrew sits alone, and suggests that they get married, just to stir her dad up. She's annoyed that Donna and Ringo are getting so much attention (because, you know, it's all about her) and, as usual, has nothing nice to say about anyone else.
TASH: Besides, they're not the first couple to move overseas. All this fuss, just wasted on them.
What a miserable girl she is. Andrew remains forlorn, and stares at Donna and Ringo.
Ringo and Donna leave, with Donna rabbiting on about all the things she needs to prepare for the visa. Callum and Sophie sit at a table outside giving each other the silent treatment because Soph didn't laugh at one of Cal's jokes. Kate serves them choccie milkshakes and gets them to patch things up before Declan comes over, wondering how Kate is about their friends leaving for America.
Kate pretends things are fine, but agrees to coffee with Declan before a phonecall from Donna who needs to plan the wedding right NOW. However, as Kate's trying to put Donna off, the dance troupe arrive – Kate had organised a meeting. She puts the phone down and takes them into the store.
Inside, Libby and Toadie are chatting. Lib is saying how amazing Kate is, bringing up Sophie, working, looking after the dance troupe, and is a great teacher. Ben arrives, and Libby asks how his dance class was. Ben says it sucked, which makes Toadie choke on his juice. Ben complains that they keep doing the same dance routine, and he wants to learn something new. Libby promises to speak to his dance teacher.
As Ben leaves to play with Cal and Sophie, Kate is giving the dance troupe the bookings that they have for this year. Candace is annoyed that Kate hasn't got the bookings that Terry would have, nor for the same money. Kate says she's trying, but she needs a few more days. Candace gives her two days before they find a new dance troupe – and she refuses to do any kids parties.
Cut to moments later and Kate is cleaning in the store whilst on the phone, trying to book a new dance gig. Libby and Toadie (looking rather trim, I have to say) overhear, and Libby offers Kate's dance troupe the opportunity to teach Ben some more routines over at number 28. Kate accepts but knows that Candace won't like it.
Kate is explaining to Candace about teaching Ben, but Candace bags Kate out about her ability to manage the troupe, and how she's clearly not taking it seriously. Kate gives Candace the address (number 28) anyway, before Candace strops off.
Kate's phone rings, and it's Donna, wanting Kate to help organise the wedding; Kate's stressed enough as it is, and can't help, so Donna puts the phone down...
...declaring to Ringo that Kate's grumpy today. Ringo kisses Donna goodbye outside number 22 to go home. Andrew comes out for the mail, and Donna notices how quiet he is.
DONNA: You know, I was pretty good about your birthday after you flat out lied to me. The least you can do is be happy for me.
ANDREW: What for?
DONNA: You've heard about me and Ringo...
ANDREW: Yeah, so?
DONNA: Just forget it, don't know why I bother.
She turns to leave, but Andrew has a change of heart. He offers her congratulations...
ANDREW: You've done some dumb things before, but this one's in a league of its own. Why do you think your dad's so against this? Anyone can see it. You can Ringo, you're not gonna last.
Kate is trying to work, and is desperately clearing up tables whilst Donna follows her around, getting in the way, complaining about Andrew's attitude. She then starts talking dresses, completely ignorant that Kate also has stuff to do.
Declan walks in, and Kate finally tells Donna that she has to finish work, get home, teach the kids dance, find more work – and she can't be totally obsessed with Donna's wedding. Donna is confused at Kate's attitude and goes to leave, bumping into Andrew on the way out, who's here with Tash.
Donna's upset and telling Ringo that Kate was awful. Ringo is sure Kate didn't mean it, but Donna wonders if she's too obsessed with herself to care about others. Er, yes, sometimes! Donna says she wants people to be excited for her, and is frustrated that no- one cares about the wedding.
Lucas makes a toasted sandwich in the kitchen, watching. He wonders why they care what people think. He reminds them that they're marrying for love, and they want people to celebrate with them. Nothing else matters. Donna and Ringo go to kiss but Lucas puts his face in between them and squeezes them both instead.
The kids are clearing the chairs and table away so that they have room to dance. Cal is still complaining that dancing is for girls, and they're only doing it to give Kate some work. Kate arrives and apologises – it's only her, no- one else. But just as Callum says that dancing's lame, Candace turns up with a little street dance routine and proves Callum wrong.
Cut to later where Candace is teaching them a routine, and even Charlie's joining in! Plus, Soph's pretty good at this. As they take a 5 minute break, Candance tells Kate that she went away and sulked after their chat. And then she had a whinge to her best mate who told her to get over herself. She'll take whatever dancing she can get.
She also realises the commercial value of kids' parties, and she's booked the troupe in for demos at the major shopping centres next week – how fab! But Kate has her teaching placement next week. Candace tells her to get out of it.
Cut to where Kate is packing up and Michael comes over. Kate asks if she can postpone her teaching placement for one week, but Michael says no – the student teaching roster is done, and Libby has planned her classes around her. Michael tells her she'll have to make a decision whether she does the dancing to support herself, or the teaching.
Kate is walking out of number 28 and straight into Donna who apologises for offloading onto her when she has the work of 6 people to do. She asks if they can never fight again, and Kate agrees. Donna tells her friend that it's now her turn to unload.
Cut to later where Donna is helping Kate with her choice of dancing and teaching. Donna tells her friend that dancing's her thing – and you should always do what you love, like her with fashion. Kate reminds Donna that it's different: she has responsibilities with Sophie, Harry and Terry's troupe.
DONNA: There's no wrong decision here. What would you rather do? You? Got it?
KATE: I think so.
DONNA: Well good, like I said, who cares what everyone else wants?
KATE: Donna! What am I gonna do without you?
Andrew offers to get Tash some coffee, and whilst she decides to continue slagging of Summer (because she has nothing else to talk about except putting other people down), Andrew spies Donna's passport application and birth certificate on the kitchen table. He hides them up his jumper.
When Tash finally realises that Andrew's not listening to a word she's saying, she leaves, just as Donna returns home. She tells Andrew that she doesn't want to fight with him, and he agrees. He goes upstairs.
Donna realises that her documents are no longer on the kitchen table, and as Andrew is shredding them in his bedroom, she walks in and sees what he's done. He has no response.
Cut to moments later when Donna's chasing Andrew down the stairs and demands to know what's going on. He yells that she'll only cheat on Ringo, and he never thought they'd even get to a wedding, but now she's going away, he had to stop her from making a mistake. Donna slaps him.
Lucas is standing behind them, having seen it all. He watches Donna rush off upstairs, and tells Andrew to stay away from Donna – she's a good kid and Andrew's not. Lucas goes after Donna, whilst Andrew trashes a cabinet with all the photos on top.