- Kate decides to stop tutoring Noah
- Noah pretends to like Summer to take attention away from his crush on Kate
- Michael is angry at Summer for digging into his past
- Michael seeing a ghostly apparition of a dripping wet woman
Erinsborough High – Michael's Office
Michael is staring into space until he hears Tash calling out for him. She was worried about him since she heard his car arrive home and then leave again and he wasn't picking up his phone. He pretends that he's OK although Tash doesn't look convinced. She notices the history wall has been taken down.
NATASHA: Summer's gonna freak.
MICHAEL: I don't care what Summer thinks.
Seeing Natasha's surprise at his harsh tone of voice, he quickly tones it down and changes the subject to dinner at Charlie's.
Knowing something's up, Tash seeks out Summer who confesses to putting her foot in it with Michael. She found the article about Natasha's mother but didn't mean for it to end up on the history wall. Natasha is annoyed at the potential damage control that she has to do.
Kate arrives home to sounds of loud music. She sees Sophie's notebook (with the ILOVENOAH scribbling in it) in the bin and changes her mind about going to Sophie's room.
We see a quick shot of the number 26 mailbox yet the scene is at number 28. Andrew and Summer are sucking face when Mal arrives home.
MAL: Studying was never as good in my day.
Andrew wants to stay over but Summer doesn't want to ask. So Andrew asks Mal himself whether Mal would mind Andrew staying over.
MAL: Knock yourselves out. It's your house, not mine.
Jade and Kate are talking over the loud background music from Sophie's room and Jade thinks that as a fourteen year old, Sophie will be over it in an hour.
KATE: She wasn't even over Zeke in an hour and she wasn't even friends with him.
Jade suggests that they hang out at Charlie's for a bit to give Sophie some space (and they can't hang out at number 26 because Jade doesn't want to see Rhys) and initially reluctant, Kate eventually agrees.
Michael and Tash are quietly waiting for their dinner so the latter tries to initiate conversation. Looking up, Michael sees the ghostly apparition of the dripping wet lady again and freaks the hell out. He glances at Natasha and when he looks back over to where the lady was, she's gone. He's still rattled though so he leaves some money for Tash and rushes off, ignoring Natasha's confused protestations.
Natasha has rushed over to find out exactly what happened between her father and Summer. Summer tells her that she asked Michael about Natasha's mother Helena and he told her to mind her own business and then he found the article. Natasha asks to see the article. Reading it, she's intrigued about the parents of Helena – Edgar and Angela – because she's never heard her father mention them. They're amused that the one thing Helena wanted to change about herself was her nose, much like Tash.
NATASHA: Maybe you were right. Maybe I do need to know stuff.
Summer looks a little worried at what she's dug up. After the commercial, Summer has changed her tune a little about digging up into Natasha's past by telling Natasha to step slowly and carefully. Mal and Andrew head back in and Tash leaves. Andrew and Sum head off to bed and Mal mentions that Karl freaked out when he caught Mal and Danni together years ago. Andrew is concerned but Mal says that it's OK since it's his rules around the house since Karl isn't there!
Kate and Jade are throwing around ideas for the S party – Statue of Liberty? Sailor? Kate notices that there's no music and the cake has disappeared from the bench. But then the guitar strumming starts.
JADE: You know, you always start out mad as hell and then you move to the tragic minor chords.
KATE: And then?
JADE: Then you can't even remember his name because there's this really cute guy in science that you didn't even notice before.
Polishing off more cake, Jade tells Kate that she missed the chance to be a self- obsessed adolescent and she needs to just let Sophie be.
Karl's home early! So Mal freaks out. Karl wants to check in on Summer and Mal tries to talk him out of it since Summer should be asleep. Hearing her laughing, Mal drags Karl away and says Summer must be on the phone and Mal offers to make Karl a drink. Confused, Karl agrees.
Tash starts crying as she stares at the photo of her mother.
Andrew's having a hard time getting comfortable on the small bed.
Karl and Mal are eating dinner and Karl is a little evasive about how things went with Susan. He eventually says that they talked a lot and Susan is coming home in a few days.
Karl and Mal come home and Mal tries to rush his father off to bed. Karl sticks around and is playing with Dahl when a boxer- clad Andrew walks out. Mal motions to Andrew to walk back but Andrew doesn't get it and when Karl turns around, it's too late.
Everyone is out of bed and Summer quickly apologises, Andrew takes responsibility for it being his idea and Mal takes responsibility for allowing it.
KARL: Can I ask why you pretended Summer was alone when I came home?
MAL: Because I thought you might flip out.
KARL: How old are you again?
MAL: Yes I know, but I've been burnt once before, remember? The name ‘Danni Stark' ring any bells?
KARL: Very faint one.
Karl is OK with it all though because Summer is sensible.
MAL: You saying I wasn't?
KARL: Times were different.
MAL: But basically, you're saying I was young and stupid.
KARL Basically, yes.
Despite it being alright, Andrew decides to head home anyway and Summer goes back to bed. Mal is surprised at Karl's whole easygoing thing.
MAL: Who are you? And where were you when I was seventeen?
Michael finally comes home to where Natasha is sitting alone in the dark. She shows Michael the photo of Helena and she confronts him on why she's never met her grandparents. She asks about them and whether they knew her and did ‘grandparent' things. Michael tells her that they did but they've since lost touch. She wants to find them; Michael is surprised and tries to tell her to leave the past where it is. She agrees although it looks like her curiosity is piqued.
Tash comes over as Summer is putting on her make up.
NATASHA: You look like death.
SUMMER: Thanks, you don't look too good yourself.
Tash tells Summer about her conversation with her father and she wants to go behind his back to look for her grandparents. Summer tries to talk her out of it and Tash is a little suspicious but then asks Summer to help her find out about her grandparents.