Josh tells Glen that's he's accidentally compromised Helen's court case.
Dorothy moans to Doug that she found an old newspaper in her back yard.
DOUG: Sorry, it's what Joe had his morning tea wrapped up in.
DOUG: Yes, he had a couple of sandwiches.
DOROTHY: They must have been a bit stale, the date on the paper is 1967!
Doug says that Joe mentioned finding some old papers in his spare room but then changes his tune and says they dug it up. Dorothy thinks there's something odd going on.
Joe is amazed at the find of money in Dorothy's garden. Melanie says that legally it probably belongs to Dorothy, but Joe reckons it's "Finders Keepers".
JOE: End of story. We live happily ever after...well, until we spend it all!
Joe says maybe they could all go out to dinner at the weekend to celebrate, but Melanie can't because she's going to a wedding. She asks Joe awkwardly if he'll accompany her to the wedding because everyone else will be paired up and she'll feel left out. He reluctantly agrees.
Josh creeps in and Helen is waiting up for him. She tells him off a bit, but then says she was just worried about him, because he's one of the family now. He tries to talk to Helen about his problems, but clams up and wanders off.
Paul and Christina are having a cuddle on the sofa. Christina says that he shouldn't get to het up about the pregnancy - it's early days yet and anything could go wrong. Nothing's wrong at the moment, but she wants Paul to keep things in perspective. Paul insists that he's committed to Christina and the baby - he's already cancelled a conference to be with them.
Dorothy has come to see Joe, but only Melanie is home. She tells Melanie that she found stuff in her back yard and Melanie thinks she already knows about the money. Oh dear, the cat's out of the bag.
DOROTHY: What are you talking about? What money?
(The following morning)
Joe is avoiding Dorothy and escapes out of the back door when he hears a knock at the door. But it's only Josh at the door. Melanie notices that he's a bit distracted and he admits that he's worried about Helen's court case. He's worried sick that he'll have to testify against Helen. Melanie advises him to tell Helen as soon as possible.
Helen tells Christina that she and Jim want to do something for the baby - like a trust account. But in the meantime, Helen would like to take Christina to buy something for the nursery. Christina is rather taken-aback, still trying to play down the pregnancy celebrations. Helen tells Paul that she's quite confident about the court case.
Joe has called around to see Dorothy. Doug is already there. Joe tells Dorothy he didn't steal the money - he claims miner's rights(!) Dorothy isn't buying this and says she'll take him to court if necessary. Joe and Doug reluctantly hand the money over. Dorothy says if they'd been honest from the start she would have shared the money with them.
Garden of the Robinsons
Josh slopes up to Helen and Rosemary and asks her for a word. But Helen already knows - her solicitor has told her that the other side have new evidence. She's guessed it was Josh.
JOSH: I didn't mean to tell the guy. I thought I was doing the right thing.
Helen isn't overly upset and says it's not Josh's fault. Rosemary is rather less forgiving though.
Christina rings up the doctor to find out the result of her pregnancy test. To her despair, it's negative. Paul comes in and suggests they go out for lunch - he's got a little present for her too. He gives her box containing a beautiful watch.
PAUL: It's just my little way of saying thank you for making me a father. I know it's a little premature, but I want you to know how much it means to me. I do love you so much.
Paul is going through some business details with Melanie when he bumps into Rosemary. Rosemary is heading off, but asks Paul to keep her informed on Helen's court case.
Josh is sitting at his computer looking really depressed. Helen tells him to stop brooding, saying there's no point crying over spilt milk. When Helen has stepped out, Paul comes over to see Josh. He gives him a hard time about the court case, saying he should have kept his mouth shut in the first place.
PAUL: How can you even look Gran in the face?
He rants at Josh that he's betrayed Helen, and after all she's done for Josh, too.
Dorothy is asking Helen about previous occupants of No.30, specifically, in 1967. Helen says that when she arrived in Ramsay Street, it was a guy called Oscar Manning. The site was originally an old board house, but it was demolished and a brick house built in the early 1970s.
There's a knock at the door and it's Joe and Doug. He suggests that Dorothy hands the money over to the police. She says that possession is nine-tenths of the law!
Josh is writing a farewell letter to Helen, saying he's really betrayed her and feels he has to go. As we hear Josh read the letter, he walks down Ramsay Street with a bag.
JOSH:(VO) ...I hope one day you'll be able to forgive me. Josh.