Andrew telling a girl he likes that Chris is a gentleman, whereas he is a lost cause.
Summer telling Andrew to let Chris make his own decisions.
Lucas and Callum realising that Sonya already knew about Steph and Toadie's deception.
Sonya telling Lucas she's still his friend and will still be around for him, if he wants anything else to do with her after what happened.
Callum broadcasting about Toadie and Sonya's lies on PirateNet.
Callum telling Michael that Toadie's not his dad, and has no right to tell him what to do.
Toadie tells Callum that he can't just walk out on him – they had a deal to talk about stuff that comes up. Toadie wants to find a way to work through this, but Cal's not interested, and walks out. Lou reprimands him and tells him to listen to his dad, but Cal reiterates that Toadie's not his dad. He's off to bed.
Lou sympathises with Toadie and tell him to leave Callum to him
Cut to the next morning where Lou's on the phone telling someone to take some zeros off the asking price of something...
But never mind that, because in walks Callum, sloppily – apparently Lou wants to see him? Lou tells Callum to stand up straight, or he's banning him from the store – and he's already spoken to Becca and she will ban him from Charlie's too and Grease Monkeys – which means no more milkshakes. Callum relents and sits down. Lou tells him he's going to apologise to everyone he's hurt, and then he's going to make it up to them. Tash, Michael, Sophie, Sonya and his dad.
Right on cue Mike and Tash walk in (thanks to Lou setting them up) and Callum faces up to them.
Over at the bar Tash tells Kyle that Callum's going to mow their lawn for a month. She reminds them that they're having lunch with her dad, and as Andrew walks in, she pulls in Kyle for a kiss. Andrew approaches Chris at a table when Summer appears. Andrew wants Chris to come with him to meet Alicia, and Chris seems torn; he looks at Summer and eventually says he can't make it. Sum is proud that Chris stuck up for himself.
Outside the gym Chris is sweeping the ground when three other kids from school want to use the gym without signing up. Andrew watches, and seeing that Chris is feeling threatened, goes to help him out. The kids leave, and Chris is pleased that Andrew protected him.
In the kitchen, Callum apologises to Sophie about taking over the radio station. Soph accepts his apology and Lou agrees to make the kids some shakes. Kate tells Declan – who's arrived for coffee – that Soph and Cal have made up, and he tells her that he can't spend time with her tonight as he has to work.
Sonya comes into the store, and Callum is about to apologise when she says sorry to him for letting him down. She tells him she cares about him and his dad, and that she'll always be his mate if he wants. Cal says he's sorry too, and they promise not to keep secrets anymore before hugging to make up. Sonya goes to get shakes.
SOPHIE: When I'm older, I'm gonna be just like her.
CALLUM: You wish.
Andrew's getting changed when Chris walks in. Andrew asks Chris if he wants to be his training buddy to push him harder. Embarrassed, Chris agrees. He also says that he doesn't know why Summer has it in for Andrew, and Andrew tells his mate that Sum likes to think she's always right.
Andrew tells Chris that they're mates, and he doesn't mind if he says no to him sometimes.
Chris turns up at Summer's house, and she rattles on about which movie they might watch together, before he tells her that he's going to hang out with Andrew this afternoon. Summer's not happy about it as they'd agreed to go to see a film, and starts to get agitated that Andrew has managed to get to Chris after all. She tells her boyfriend that Andrew will get him into trouble, because that's what he does.
Chris staunchly defends Andrew and tells Summer that they'll go see a movie tomorrow.
At the bar Kyle and Michael are getting on like a house on fire, talking cars. Tash could not look more bored, and she spots Andrew waiting at the bar, staring at her. Michael goes to get some nuts, and when he sits back down he comments that he doesn't know what Chris is thinking, hanging out with a guy like Andrew.
Across the bar, Chris and Andrew are pouring drinks with the two uni girls, and Tash wonders what Summer thinks of it all. She can't help but watch Andrew, who can't help but watch her back...
Summer is reading at the table and Kate brings her a drink. Toadie and Sonya arrive, and Toad tells Lou how impressed he is with what he's made Callum do. Lou says that Cal's currently at Soph's doing her chores for her, and that Toadie is next on the apology list!
LOU: He's a good kid.
TOADIE: Yeah, yeah. I was a bit lost there. Thank you.
LOU: Well, that's what I'm here for, mate. Parenting isn't just done by parents, you know. Now I need you to return the favour...
Lou tells Kate he has to duck out and tells Toadie and Sonya to follow him. Tash comes in to goad Summer, because she really has nothing nice to say or do at all.
TASH: Wow, another wild and crazy weekend for you. How do you do it?
SUMMER: Yeah, using my brain instead of the hairdryer. Call the police.
TASH: Well, we might have to if Andrew keeps it up. You know he's got a new puppy? His name's Chris.
Summer tells Tash that she's not worried about Chris hanging out with uni girls, she trusts him – but she doesn't understand why Tash is so bothered. Summer thinks that Tash is jealous, and wants her to do her dirty work to spoil their party. Tash quickly denies it.
Back at the bar Summer has decided to find Chris to take him to the movies after all. But Chris and Andrew are quite happy chatting to their new friends, and the girls fawn over Summer, thinking she's so cute with her fringe and all. Puke. They insist that Sum joins them, much to Andrew's annoyance. Summer is distinctly uncomfortable.
Opposite Grease Monkeys, and on the corner of the garage, a new car yard is up for sale. Lou used to own it (yes, he did! With the Alessis and then Julie Martin for a while, if I remember correctly), and he points to the ‘for sale' sign in the window. Toadie realises he wants to buy it.
LOU: I'll need a good lawyer. (To Sonya) Can I borrow your bloke for a while, please?
SONYA: Oh...he's, he's...not my...bloke, I mean we're...I mean, he's all yours...
Lou drags Toadie off and Sonya turns to see Lucas. They say hi to each other on the corner of the garage and yard. He offers her a coffee, then a herbal tea. Lucas is pleased when she accepts.
In the yard, Lou is telling the owner he wants the car yard, but the forecourt is so uneven, and that won't do any good for his knee, you know, the one that he injured in Vietnam. Plus, he'll have to redecorate etc, and that costs money... So perhaps Gordon could move on the asking price...?
Callum walks up, and overhears the conversation, with Lou now playing up his veteran status, his charity work, his grandson who's his only family... Disgusted, Callum tells Gordon not to sell to Lou: everything he's heard is a load of bull.
CALLUM: Everybody around here lies! And if you believe anything they tell you, you're an idiot, like me.
LOU: Callum, come back here!
CALLUM: Cancel my milkshakes! I don't care! I'm not going to listen to anything else you say, and I'm not going to apologise to him!
Callum is listening to his MP3 and reading a magazine. Toadie walks in and pulls his earphones out. He and Lou sit at the table with Callum and his dad lays it on the line.
TOADIE: Here's the truth. Adults try not to lie, but sometimes they have to. We try not to stuff up, but we do. There is no two ways about it, you have had a terrible time. I have done a lot of damage.
LOU: And I didn't help much today, either, telling porkies to that car yard fella. But I know a young man who's made some mistakes. He made it really tough on his new dad when he first arrived. He pinched stuff, he told plenty of porkies, and now and then he lost his temper. You know what his dad did?
TOADIE: He forgave him. Because he loves him.
CALLUM: But your adults...
LOU: Yes, and so will you be one day. Then you'll see it's not all peas and gravy. You've got two choices, son. You can act like a kid, or start acting like an adult and forgive us. What do you say?
Callum thinks hard.
CAL: What's in it for me?
Callum walks over to Lou, impressed with his new purchase. Lou reminds him that his little hissy fit put the price up, so Cal's going to have to work there until he's made up the difference. Which will be AGES.
Lucas comes over and asks Lou if he will continue to use him for all his repairs, like Gordon did in the past. They go to his office. Sophie comes over.
SOPHIE: What are you doing?
SOPHIE: That's illegal, you're not old enough.
CALLUM: Soph. I may not be old enough, but I am pretty awesome. Come on, I'll show you around.
Sonya asks Toadie how things are going, and he says that Cal's talking to him, but only in one syllable words. He offers Sonya dinner to celebrate her new job. They link arms and walk off.
Andrew, Chris and the uni girls are singing loudly and raucously, whilst Summer watches on, awkward. Michael calls out from across the bar, telling them to keep it down; not everyone wants to hear them. Chris points out that Michael is the only one who's complained so far. Mike is surprised by Chris' outburst, and Tash defends her dad, telling him to leave the losers alone.
MIKE: Hey Chris, I thought you were better than this.
Andrew and Chris high- five, and Andrew affectionately ruffles Chris' hair. Summer watches, in disbelief. The guys tell the uni girls that Mike is their school Principal, and that the ‘chick with attitude' is his ex- girlfriend who's a skank. Kyle comes over to threaten Andrew so Chris stands up for his mate before Summer jumps in, telling Chris to keep out of it.
CHRIS: You deal with him, you deal with me.
KYLE: What are you, his pet dog?
CHRIS: What did you call me?
KYLE: You heard...there's a good boy, now sit.
Chris launches himself at Kyle and Andrew and Michael break them up.
Later, at the back of the bar, Mike is kindly asking Chris what happened. The others watch from a distance. Michael thinks that Andrew is to blame for Chris' behaviour, and Chris, emotional, tells Mike he has no idea before pushing him aside and running off in tears.