Callum realising that Sophie has a crush on Zeke.
Callum wanting to be class rep to save his friendship with Sophie.
Andrew telling Summer he wants to ensure Steph stays away from him; she killed Ringo and he can't forget that.
Lucas receiving an email from Elle saying that she doesn't want Steph to work at Carpenter's Mechanics anymore; Mike advising Lucas to tell Steph ASAP.
Steph telling Lucas that she's going to resign (she's seen Elle's email).
Lyn and Summer return home with shopping to find Steph lying on the sofa telling them that she's resigned from the garage. She explains it's to focus on the court case, but Summer picks up the email from Elle. Lyn goes ballistic over Elle's actions, but Steph tells her mum to stop. Elle is close to Donna and did what she had to do.
Summer brings up a good point: how are they going to pay for a lawyer now? Steph doesn't know, and Lyn says they'll find a way.
Cut to later and Lyn is contemplating taking out a personal loan using Harold's Store as security. Steph doesn't think it's a good idea, and suggests they sell the house instead. She hopes it won't come to that, but Lyn backs her daughter up, even though Sum looks devastated.
Kate is trying to study whilst Sophie throws things around in the kitchen, angry. She bashes some dough with a rolling pin and tells her big sister that it's Callum's face.
Cal is throwing darts – onto a picture of Sophie.
Sophie explains to Kate that Cal only wanted to be on the social committee to stop her from being the rep. She tried to talk to Cal about it but they just argued.
Cal tells Sonya that he tried to talk to Soph, but it's not about being on the committee; he's trying to save their friendship.
SONYA: Mmmm. How's that working out for you?
Sophie declares that Callum is wrecking their friendship, so her sister encourages her to talk to him about it.
Sonya advises Callum that if he genuinely wants to save his friendship with Sophie he will forget about the social and talk to her.
Lucas opens the door to Sonya and Callum who are here to see Soph, but she's not really in the mood. Folding her arms she demands to know what Cal wants.
CALLUM: I want to do the whole apology thing.
SOPHIE: Let's hear it, then.
SONYA: (Nudging him) And the rest...
CALLUM: I'm sorry for being such an idiot at school. I don't like it when we fight.
SOPHIE: I'm sorry, too.
CALLUM: Cool. So no more social committee.
Hang on – that wasn't what Sophie bargained for! She still wants to be on the committee, and so Callum reminds her that that's why they're fighting!
SOPHIE: No, we're fighting cos you're a jerk!
CALLUM: And you're screaming like a crazy person!
They end up in another fight so Cal storms off with Sonya, and Sophie strops off to her room.
LUCAS: And this is why I will never have kids.
Libby sits alone at a table when Tash sits down and announces that this is what it feels like when you're on a date and someone crashes it. She doesn't want the year 7s at the social!
LIBBY: Natasha, the social is for everyone.
TASH: Yeah, but it shouldn't be!
Libby tells Tash to talk to her dad, but Libby won't. Libby also points out that Tash's argument that the year 7s can't even sort out a class rep also applies to year 11 – both Tash and Summer nominated themselves.
TASH: Yeah, but Summer nominates herself for everything. It's like a disease. Point is, we'll sort it out like adults. That's the difference between us and the kids.
Libby laughs and leaves. Summer walks in and Tash sees a chance to show Libby that the year 11s can sort out the social committee. She goes over to Summer to prove why she's the best person for the committee, but Summer doesn't care. She tells Tash to do it – she's got too much stuff on at home to worry about this.
TASH: That's fantastic! About the class rep stuff. Not about the stuff at home.
Summer tells Tash that the Steph stuff is pretty heavy at the moment, and goes home. Andrew watches from the counter, then comments to Tash that Summer looks really cut up. He thinks this may be partly his fault. Tash also thinks she could perhaps cheer Summer up...
The next morning Summer – in her PJs – opens the door to Tash and Andrew in full Hallowe'en outfits.
SUMMER: What's this?
TASH: It's Hallowe'en! You love Hallowe'en.
TASH: Don't you?
SUMMER: Why would I love it?
TASH: All that weird...creepy stuff...goths and...broody vampires...
Andrew and Summer explain that they thought Summer and Charlie might like to come out with them to score some free stuff from the locals before the kids get there later. Tash points out how much Andrew hated putting on make up for this little trip; that's how much they want to be there for her.
Summer's not really in the mood, but Charlie likes the look of them – as well as free lollies – so Andrew takes him to his room to find him an outfit. Tash persuades Summer to come along.
Outside number 26 Charlie is dressed as a ghost and looks as cute as! Summer comments that she's only doing it for Charlie (yeah, right). Lyn runs out, horrified at their outfits, and declares that they can't be seen on the street looking the living dead, especially in front of Donna and the Kennedys.
At that moment Karl walks home with Audrey, and Charlie calls out.
CHARLIE: I'm a dead person!
Devastated, Karl goes into his house.
Summer rushes into the Kenendys followed by Andrew and Lyn, begging her to come away. But Summer feels the need to apologise, and then Andrew takes responsibility and apologises. But Karl stops him: it's all fine, it's Hallowe'en, they're all having fun. However, Donna's in her room, so they might want to go before...
But no need. Donna's there, watching. She thinks their costumes are cool.
ANDREW: Yeah, we're just mucking around.
DONNA: Yeah, I didn't think you were an actual vampire, Andrew.
And Donna wants to go with them. Cut to moments later and Donna appears in a cat costume, not quite chirpy, but happier than she was. She suggests a trick- or- treating challenge: her and Tash against Andrew, Summer and Charlie to see who can get the most loot. Susan starts them up with some candy, and Karl gives them a lecture on sugar and nutrition.
The Ks are pleased that Summer managed to put a smile on Donna's face.
Lyn and Steph are chatting, and Steph brings up how upset Sum was last night about the idea of selling the house; Lyn tells her it will be fine, she has to have good representation.
STEPH: Hopefully it won't come to that.
At another table Lucas and Kate are having breakfast and Sophie comes over, still in a mood over Callum.
KATE: Soph, he's your best friend!
SOPHIE: No, best friends keep their mouth shut about –
Kate looks at her sister.
KATE: About what?
SOPHIE: Doesn't matter.
Lucas shares his insight into Callum's behaviour. He clearly wants Sophie's attention. Kate immediately cottons onto it, but Sophie doesn't – and when she does, the idea utterly HORRIFIES her!
SOPHIE: No way!
Cut to later where Tash comes in to trick or treat Sophie who only has 50c, but wants some boy advice in return. Sophie asks you know if a guy likes you, and Tash says that one way is if he tries to make you smile when you're fighting. (And she watches Andrew flirting with Summer over the counter as she says this.) Donna appears and drags Tash off to try and get more loot.
Callum comes in wearing the head from the galah costume that belongs to Lou. He creeps down beside Sophie and tells her to watch him. She watches. Sonya – who is terrified of birds – comes in and Callum jumps out on her, making Sonya scream loudly which is actually really funny!
Sophie – on the other hand – takes it as a sign that Callum is trying to make her smile and therefore must like her...
Kate is tidying up whilst Lucas is trying to watch TV. Sophie walks in and declares that Lucas was right about Callum liking her, and wonders what she should do.
SOPHIE: He tried to cheer me up even though we're fighting.
LUCAS: (Nods knowingly) He likes ya.
SOPHIE: How do I tell him that I'm not interested?
Kate tells her to let him down gently; Lucas tells her to be honest and direct. Sophie suggests just ignoring him, but both Kate and Lucas say that's a Very Bad Idea.
Sophie waits for Callum who's really pleased she wants to chat to him. She says she knows what's going on, and Cal (who thinks she's talking about something else) wonders if Sonya told her or if she worked it out herself. Sophie says that it's pretty obvious, and she understands why he feels that way, but it's not what she wants.
CALLUM: It isn't?
SOPHIE: And I'm sorry if that upsets you, but I need to be honest.
CALLUM: So, what, we just never see each other again?
SOPHIE: As friends it's alright...
CALLUM: Wait – what are you talking about?
SOPHIE: I don't have the same sort of feelings for you.
CALLUM: What feelings?
SOPHIE: You know. You REALLY like me.
SOPHIE: I don't like you like that.
CALLUM: GOOD! Cos I don't either!
SOPHIE: You don't have to pretend!
CALLUM: Soph, you're my best friend! You just don't go there with a best friend!
But Sophie doesn't believe him, so Cal storms off.
CALLUM: The only person in love with you is you!
Steph is showing her mum a re- mortgage offer to pay the lawyer as Andrew, Sum and Charlie return home. They complain that Donna and Tash seem to be winning the competition, so they need to raid the kitchen cupboards. Whilst Lyn takes Andrew and Charlie to do just that, Steph tells Summer about the possible re- mortgage. She thanks Summer for being there for her, even though she knows she's freaked out about the possibility of losing the house. They hug.
Donna watches a young couple sharing a drink, and she pulls off her cat ears, the festive mood having gone. But her mind is taken off it as Lucas and Kate judge the trick- or- treating competition, and Summer promises Charlie he can have one more chocolate. They empty their loot onto the pool table and Donna and Tash win.
Summer looks around, and suddenly realises that Charlie isn't in the bar...and no- one can see him...
The gang walk around the complex, trying to find Charlie, but no- one's seen him, and he's not in the kitchen or the toilets at the bar. Summer is panicking, and at that moment Steph arrives, admiring all their costumes in the dark. She wonders where Charlie is, but no- one has an answer for her...