- Sophie and Callum helping out Kyle with Lou
- Lou giving Kyle a job at the car yard
- Natasha lying to Andrew about being pregnant
Andrew tries to run his worries away on the treadmill. It's not working.
Summer leaves yet another voicemail for Andrew telling him to call her. She bumps into Sophie and Callum, who are buying snacks to take back to the car yard. Slave labour is hard work. Summer asks if they've seen Andrew but they haven't.
Number 32 - Natasha's Room
Tash is looking through her photo album, scowling at all the pictures of her so- called friends. She rips all the pictures out and throws them into the bin.
It's Kate's turn to get the ‘Have you seen Andrew?' question from Summer. Kate saw Andrew leaving Charlie's earlier with Tash but that's all she knows. She tells Summer she'll call her if Andrew appears.
Andrew has worked up quite a sweat on the treadmill but still looks troubled.
Rebecca and Paul are trying to help Declan locate his mobile when Andrew walks in. Andrew finds it under one of India's stuffed toys, covered in pumpkin mash.
We then go into a bizarro dream sequence where Andrew imagines his future with a Mini- me Andrew (he has the same hair and everything - it's pretty cute). Dad- Andrew is stressing out because Mini- Andrew won't eat his food and Mum- Tash is stuck at work. Dream- Summer swans in, dressed to the nines for some party she's attending and is pretty snooty, like she and Tash have suddenly swapped roles in this dreamscape. Dad- Andrew is like, ‘Woe is me, my life sucks'.
Rebecca calls Andrew back to reality and asks him to finish feeding India while everyone else is busy, but Andrew just bolts for the shower.
Toadie finds Lou staring at Kyle while he's chatting with some customers. Toadie says they should get Kyle onboard for their calendar, but Lou couldn't care less about that right now. He's too busy worrying about the fact that Kyle is useless (he's not) and therefore he thinks he needs to butt in on every sale Kyle's trying to make (he really doesn‘t need to). When Lou sends Kyle to fetch some keys, he sadly tells Toadie that Lou doesn't trust him.
Toadie tries to talk Lou around about Kyle, but Lou thinks “Bozo” doesn't have the selling prowess that he does. It's something that can't be taught either. Summer, meanwhile, is sitting by herself waiting to hear from Andrew but she gets a text from Tash instead telling her to come home ASAP.
Number 32 - Natasha's Room
Summer is wary at first, not sure if Andrew's broken up with Tash yet or not, but then she starts to get worried when Tash says she needs to tell her something important. Summer's heart breaks into a million pieces when Tash says that she's pregnant, but she has to do her best not to appear too upset. Tash goes on to say that she and Andrew really need some space to work this out together, so it would be best if Summer let them be alone for a while. Summer practically runs out of the room while Tash smirks to herself.
Rebecca and Paul are packing up some of India's old baby clothes to take to the Salvos when Summer stops by to see Andrew. The adults give them some space and Summer immediately gets upset.
SUMMER: Tash says she's pregnant and you're the dad.
ANDREW: I just didn't really know how to tell you.
SUMMER: How long have you known?
ANDREW: I only just found out. Honestly.
SUMMER: You lied to me. You said you hadn't been with her since us.
ANDREW: No, I really haven't though.
He tries to put his hand on her shoulders but she angrily shrugs him away. Summer spitefully assures him that Tash is still none the wiser about their little secret, but she doesn't know why she ever trusted him in the first place.
First Commercial Break
Number 32 - Natasha's Room
Andrew comes to see Summer while Tash is down the shops. Summer's cold with him at first, but Andrew promises her he hasn't been with Tash since they got together. Summer can't help feeling sorry for him when he admits he's freaking out and gets off her bed to sit with him. Andrew says he doesn't want to lose her, but Summer reminds him he's having a baby with another girl - this changes everything. They angst away together.
Sophie and Callum are having a water fight instead of washing the cars when Toadie and Lou return from lunch. Lou asks if Kyle sold anything while they were gone, but the only thing he's done is help a lady change a flat tyre. Kyle reappears and Lou immediately starts bickering with him, both not realising they have a customer until the kids point her out. Kyle goes over to assist her, but Lou can't help himself and butts in to take over, ending up in Kyle quitting his job.
Lou's moping to Toadie about the lady not buying the car when Sophie and Callum dash inside. They tell him that the lady's interested after all, but she'll only make a purchase if Kyle serves her - she thought he was nice and Lou was “sleazy”. Lou's taken aback but realises he needs Kyle if he's ever going to make any money.
Later, Declan sees that Andrew looks distracted and attempts to have a chat with him, but Andrew's not really in the mood for talk time. He gets a call from Tash but he hits the ignore button instead of answering her.
Second Commercial Break
Toadie's playing negotiator between Kyle and Lou. The two men reluctantly strike a deal together whereby Kyle gets a pay rise, doesn't have Lou breathing down his neck when he's trying to make a sale and he gets to wear more casual clothes.
KYLE: I don't want to wear a tie. And no sleeves if it's really hot. (To Toadie) Chicks and guns, you know what I'm talking about.
TOADIE: ... Yeah.
Cocky Kyle also has one more request - he gets to run the place himself for a fortnight so he can show Lou that he's a competent salesman. Sighing, Lou agrees to the deal, mainly because the customer is waiting in the office for them. When Kyle goes off to help her, Toadie assures Lou he's done the right thing and Sophie suggests he can visit Harry in Sydney for two weeks. Lou's worried about his business but perks up when Callum and Sophie casually mention they pass by the garage twice a day on their way to school.
Lou hands over ten bucks each to Sophie and Callum - it's spy money so they can check up on Kyle every day and report back to Lou. Toadie can see that it's all been a bit of a hit to the old man's ego, so he tells Lou he'll always be the best car salesman in Erinsborough. Lou looks genuinely chuffed.
Rebecca packs away more of India's clothes and tells Declan he'll have to have another clean out in six months time. While they're occupied, Andrew tries to have a serious chat with his dad about Tash. But all of his attempts are brushed off because Paul's too busy getting ready for a work function he and Rebecca are attending. Paul shoves some cash at Andrew and tells him to just buy Tash some flowers to make up for whatever argument they're having. Andrew looks frustrated.
Number 32 - Natasha's Room
Tash tells Andrew that they really need to talk about their options. She doesn't think she's ready for something like this and the next few weeks are going to be tough, but if they stick together they'll make the right choice. Andrew has news for her though - as far as he's concerned there's only one choice and that's to raise the baby together. Andrew doesn't want to turn out like his dad, he wants to be there for his kid no matter what. Tash smiles at him but on the inside is freaking out and probably trying to plot out where she can steal some maternity padding from.
Third Commercial Break
Summer's initially happy to see Andrew but gets her heart trampled on again when he admits to her that he's going to do the right thing and stick by Tash to raise their baby. Which means they can't be together anymore.
(Tomorrow on Neighbours)
SUMMER: I've spent all day missing him. This isn't just some crush.
CHRIS: It's never going to happen.
SUMMER: It did happen, we were together. And if it wasn't for this baby we'd still be together now.
CHRIS: Once upon a time you would have hated the person who did something like that.
(Lyn doesn't understand why Summer and Chris are at odds)
LYN: It's not like you to get this upset. Not about Chris.
(Lucas is feeling up for another dose of illegal racing)
LUCAS: Billy my good man, are we still on for today?
BILLY: It's not a normal race. You have to throw the race.
LUCAS: I don't race to lose.
(Will Lucas go against Garland's orders?)