Summer tells Kate she'll use a time- lapse camera to record the History Wall.
Karl and Susan have separated. Mal tells Catherine he needs a bit more time in Australia.
The police break the news to Kate that Mark Brennan has died.
Kate breaks down and in her despair kisses Noah. It is caught on the time- lapse camera.
Sophie is confused as to why Kate is in such a bad mood (Kate can't tell anyone that Mark has died). Lou tells Sophie that he'll talk to Kate about letting her go on the music camp.
Kate comes in and stomps about. Lou tells her that she should get some rest ahead of her big teaching assessment tomorrow. She also tells Sophie that they can't afford the music camp, and won't accept any financial help from Lou. Sophie sulks.
Susan has been to yoga class and invites Summer to watch Pride and Prejudice this evening. Summer says she can't - she's trying to make progress on the History Wall story. Susan has a look at her footage so far. She tells her that her footage so far looks great, and she still has the time- lapse stuff. Susan offers to go through it all with Summer and Summer is very grateful.
Karl and Mal are having dinner and are about to head off for a drink when Rhys comes in. Rhys says it was good to observe Martin in surgery and hints that he'd like to play golf with him again. Karl says that Martin is a good surgeon, but not a very good judge of character(!)
Karl is moaning about Rhys schmoozing up to Martin. Mal tells him to calm down. Karl invites Mal to play golf tomorrow. Mal suggests that he invites Martin, and grabs Karl's phone to call him. Unfortunately Martin isn't available tomorrow however.
Under a full moon, Kate tosses and turns, talking in her sleep. She flashes back to kissing Noah and wakes up suddenly.
There's a knock at her bedroom door and it's Lou.
LOU: Can I come in? Are you alright?
KATE: Yes, of course, come in.
LOU: Hi. I thought I'd better check up on you, I heard you talking in your sleep.
KATE:(startled) What was I saying?
LOU: I have no idea, love. It's not this business with Sophie, is it? Because like I said I am more than willing to help out with the music camp fees.
KATE: No, it's not that.
LOU: What is it, then?
KATE: ...I can't tell you.
LOU: Of course you can, that's why I'm here.
KATE: It's everything.
LOU: You know, you've been through a lot this year, and you've handled it a lot better than I would have. Sometimes things have a habit of catching up with us when we least expect it. So, if you want to talk about it - I'm here. Trust me, it goes no further.
Kate nods. They talk about Kate's assessment and while they're chatting, Sophie comes in. She moans about Lou and Kate whispering and Lou sends her off. When she's gone, Lou urges Kate to let him pay for the music camp - at least she'll be able to have some peace from Sophie for a few days. Kate agrees.
Lou goes to the door.
KATE: Hey - honestly, thank you so much.
LOU: Anytime. Sleep tight.
No.24, the following morning
Lou is making porridge, much to Sophie's disgust. She's packed her stuff for music camp already. Things are much clamer in the house this morning.
Susan asks Karl to come home after golf in case the phone company call. Mal is wearing a disgusting tank top and a flat cap. Oh dear. They head off, squabbling about golf clubs.
Summer isn't convinced that the History Wall story will get her into the journalism course, but she'll pick up the time lapse footage today anyway.
Karl and Mal are about to start playing when Rhys and Martin come up. Martin apologises for knocking Karl back on the phone last night - but Rhys asked first. They agree to make a four- some, but Karl does not look pleased.
Karl and Martin are chatting about surgery. Rhys glowers a bit and suggests that the loser of each hole should carry one of the winner's clubs. The person with the most clubs at the end pays for drinks at the 19th hole.
Kate hugs Sophie goodbye. Lou tells Kate that a letter has come for her. She opens it to find a red rose drawn by Noah. Kate looks troubled and quickly folds up the picture.
Mal is carrying loads of clubs and is not pleased(!) He takes his final stroke (which is hopeless) while the other criticise him. His shot bounces off a tree and into a lake!
Karl, Rhys, Martin and Mal are having a coffee. Martin says he has to go to a benefit for his wife this afternoon and heads off. Rhys invites Karl around for a barbecue so that he can "pick his brain about a few things"!
Summer thinks her time- lapse footage is boring. Susan doesn't agree. As they're talking, footage of Kate and Noah kissing appears, but neither of them see it. Summer says she needs another angle and decides to go back to school.
No.24 (Kate's bedroom)
Kate is trying to study, but finds herself opening Noah's rose picture again. She paces up and down. Then she receives a text from Noah, "C U this arvo". She calls Noah and tells him, "I need to see you".
Noah comes in.
NOAH: I'm glad you called. So. What's up?
KATE: What happened last night was a mistake. I was upset, you were there...it should never have happened, I'm so sorry.
NOAH: Why are you sorry? I'm glad I was there for you.
KATE: ...yeah, I'm glad you were there too because I trust you. But it can never happened again.
NOAH: I know what you're saying. You're my teacher. But that's only for two more weeks.
KATE: No! No, I'm serious, OK, I mean it. It can never happen again.
KATE: OK. Look, I've got to get back to school, so I'll just see you in class?
Kate leaves. Noah gets out his sketch pad. In it is a portrait of Kate. On another page is a picture of their kiss. Noah smiles and starts to work on the picture a little.
Tomorrow on Neighbours
- It's the day of Kate's big teaching assessment.
- Karl and Rhys hang out.
- Susan rants that Karl hasn't come home for the telephone technician. Mal tells her that they're not together anymore, now Karl is trying to be a single man again.
- Jade finds a stranger in her house. He introduces himself as Kyle's cousing, Dane.
- Paul tells Sonya that he thinks there was bribery involved in the development approval. Sonya says Toadie would not get involved with anything dodgy.
- A surveyor tells Dane that the council is dodgy - "Money talks"