Kate tells Mark she lied about Rebecca's alibi.
Kate receives a good behaviour bond for lying, but no conviction.
Kate telling Jade that the fine she got will be difficult to pay.
Toadie wondering if Cal's acting out has got anything to do with his gran dying.
Callum asks the Bric n Brac shop owner about a small toy monkey he's selling.
Callum has a dream about the same toy monkey, wakes up, and throws his one in the bin.
Toadie comes into Callum's bedroom to find him watching late night TV; he's not impressed about the content of the film and switches it off. Toad sits on the bed and asks why Callum can't sleep and offers to listen if he wants to talk about his gran. Callum doesn't reply, so Toadie tells him to get some sleep and leaves.
The next day Sonya, Toad and Jade are putting the bins out and Toadie explains that Callum couldn't sleep because of being upset by his gran's death and not finding his mum. Jade shoots Sonya a look before going for a coffee. Callum comes out to go to school and claims he got some sleep, but Sonya's not convinced.
As Sonya and Toadie go back into the house, Callum rifles through the bins to find the toy he threw away. He puts it in his school bag.
Jade and Lucas are getting coffee from Kate and ask after Mark Kate hasn't heard from him. Jade suggests another night out but Kate can't afford it, and Jade admits that she's skint herself, her business isn't going all that well. Kate suggests a cheap DVD night instead.
Paul overhears the conversation and follows Kate outside.
Paul tells Kate that he'd like to help her with the fine he could pay it and re- instate the trust fund. Kate points out that she wouldn't have the fine if it weren't for him and his family (um...not true, Kate! You chose to lie!), and Paul says he wants to set things right. Kate's disgusted that he's trying to make it up with her with cash, and when Paul leaves Jade checks up on Kate.
Jade also gets an idea and chases after Paul, and asks if she can help him out perhaps to persuade Kate to take the fine money? And if she does that for him, perhaps Paul will take up her personal training services for the hotel; a gym doesn't give the personal touch. She flirtily suggests that they discuss it over lunch, and Paul seems enamoured.
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Sophie and Callum are in class, but Cal's fallen asleep on the desk. He's dreaming again of the house and the toy monkey and worse still, talking in his sleep as the kids giggle at him. His teacher wakes him up with a shout.
Some time later, and in the corridor, some kids are teasing Callum about falling asleep, so Sophie defends her friend and asks him what's going on. He confides in her about the dreams.
In the garage of number 30 Sonya tells Toad that she's worried about Callum; he looked so haunted.
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Sophie asks who it is in his dream, but Callum doesn't know.
Toadie reminds Sonya that they need to let Callum deal with this in his own time.
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Callum tells Sophie that he hardly slept, and he's worried that the dreams won't stop. Sophie suggests hypnosis she read it in one of Kate's psychology books. Perhaps they'll find out what the dream means. Callum shows her the toy monkey that he can't stop thinking about.
As they talk about this, Sonya takes out a locked box in the garage. She flicks through papers and photos, and pushes to one side the exact same toy monkey.
Kate is going off to uni, and is suspicious of Sophie and Callum sitting quietly on the sofa. She leaves, and Sophie reads Kate's book, telling Callum to lie down and relax.
Cut to later and Sophie is still instructing Callum to think about the dream. He remembers an old house he's out the front, sitting on a blanket. He's got the gorilla (apparently it's a gorilla not a monkey), and someone comes out of the house but he can't see her face. The woman takes the toy, and...
Callum can't do this anymore and sits up.
SOPHIE: It says I'm supposed to count you back into the room.
CALLUM: Forget it. I'm here!
The phone rings.
Paul and Jade are sharing a drink, and she flatters him as to his knowledge about wine. She still insists on sharing her business idea with him, and he flatters her back, offering to show her the hotel's third party contracts which are on his laptop at home.
Lucas watches from the bar and, when Paul goes to settle the bill, comes over to ask what on earth Jade's doing with Paul. Jade tells him to rack off.
JADE: So, what did you have in mind?
PAUL: As they say, the world's our oyster.
JADE: Don't like oysters.
PAUL: Think I might have something that you might like.
JADE: Where's this laptop of yours?
PAUL: Over there, but there's plenty of time for that, don't worry. You know what I'm thinking?
PAUL: I am thinking that we should grab another bottle of bubbly and fire up the spa.
PAUL: Yeah, well, it's just out on the back deck; won't take long to heat up.
JADE: You're serious, aren't you?
JADE: You think I'm gonna have a spa. With you.
PAUL: Yeah. Well we were getting along alright weren't we...
JADE: Yeah. We were. (laughing) Paul! I'm happy to have a flirt but come on! I'm only a couple of years older than your son.
JADE: I'm sorry, I'm sure the whole spa thing was great in the 80s, but it's not gonna happen.
Out on Paul, realising he's been played.
Toadie arrives home to report that Callum fell asleep in class, and Sonya thinks he should have been allowed to stay at home instead. Callum arrives home and Toadie says he knows what happened in class; he tries to talk to Callum about talking about his gran.
Callum doesn't want to know and goes to his room. Toadie starts to look through Callum's school bag but Sonya tells him not to invade Cal's privacy Callum needs time.
Cut to later when Toadie is collecting clothes for washing from Callum's room and spots his school bag. He rifles through and finds half- eaten food and the toy gorilla.
Kate, Jade and Lucas sit at Harold's, Jade recounting the story of playing Paul. Lucas thinks it's hilarious and apologises to Jade for thinking differently earlier. At that moment Paul approaches with three beautiful women in tow.
JADE: It's like a really creepy car crash. I just can't look away.
Paul says hi to everyone and tells them the girls like his company. Jade suggests it's because he's the boss; Lucas suggests that it's because he's picking up the tab, and Kate just suggests he's pathetic. Annoyed, Paul tells the three women he's with to go on ahead of him.
Kate asks why Paul tried to crack onto Jade.
PAUL: There's two sides to every story, Kate.
JADE: Yeah. There's the real side, then there's the I'm an old man and I'm dreaming' side.
Kate says she was going to take Paul up on his offer, then remembered there are always strings attached. She adds that Becca is very lucky to finally get away from him.
Jade is now recounting the story to Sonya.
JADE: And then I'm, like, Paul, I'm only just older than your son'!
SONYA: You didn't!
JADE: Yeah! Seriously! And then he just shrivelled up. You know when you pop a balloon? Yeah. Like that.
Jade reiterates how good her business idea was, despite Paul, but Sonya's not listening she's too worried about Callum. Jade reminds her that they're all still grieving.
Toadie is confronting Callum about the toy gorilla, but Callum really doesn't want to. Toadie refuses to let him talk his way out of it. Callum finally confesses that he keeps dreaming about this gorilla, and throws it to the end of the kitchen.
Sonya comes in, but Callum keeps talking. He tells his dad that in the dream he's got the toy, and then this woman comes and takes it from him he's convinced that the woman is his mother. Sonya listens, horrified.
Cut to moments later where Callum explains he found the gorilla at the shop and recognised it and then it showed up in his dream. Toadie thinks that Callum might benefit from some counselling, and no- one else needs to know about it other than him and Sonya.
CALLUM: I know it's my mum, but I can never see her face. Part of me wants to know what she looks like.
Toadie sympathises, but Sonya suggests they shouldn't rush into anything; Cal's been through a lot recently. Callum concedes he'll go to counselling.