Phil telling Hannah that Cheryl has died - and that she can't tell Helen
Darren telling Marlene that he is sorry for everything he put his mum through and that he just wants her back
Karl realising that the injection of morphine could have killed her
Susan can't understand why Karl feels responsible and he shows her the tablets he found in Lolly's bag. Susan tells him that he couldn't have known and therefore he can't be responsible, but he thinks that if he'd just held off Cheryl would still be alive.
The following morning Susan is talking to Mal about whether he'll still be working with Darren and she says they'll look after Lolly for the day if Marlene wants them to. When Mal and Billy start mucking about and joking about hot water and grooming routines Karl snaps at them - why don't they take it over to the Stark household? They slink off and Karl tells Susan that if it wasn't for him Lolly would still have her mother.
Marlene wants Darren to talk about his feelings but he snaps that he's fine just as Mal turns up. There's wonderful pathetic fallacy with the storm that's raging outside... Mal starts to talk about work - if Darren wants time off it's OK - but he doesn't want people feeling sorry for him and he'll grab his stuff. Mal tells Marlene that Susan will look after Lolly until they're ready. Marlene says she's coping but she's worried about Darren and asks Mal for help.
Toadie's set up a homepage for 'Shockwaves' to go with the flyers - as soon as it goes online they can get the interactive aspect of their station going. He wants people to contribute things - like book reviews. Billy's unimpressed until Toadie reveals that the plan is to use them for their own English submissions!
Phil's still fussing over Helen but she's pegged that something's wrong - she realised that last night. She's concerned that it's something to do with her health and Phil tells her that he didn't want to spoil the dinner. He breaks the news of Cheryl's death. When Hannah comes in Helen tries to tell her and is unimpressed that Hannah already knows. She tells Phil that Cheryl was her friend and that she should have been told.
Karl's playing with Lolly when Susan asks if he's going to be late for work. He's taking the day off and offers to take Lolly back to Marlene. Susan asks if Karl's going to mention the medication and he says he has to tell her - if it comes out in the inquest and he's not said anything... When she realises that he won't be swayed she says she'll go with him, but he needs to work out what he's going to say.
Helen's struggling to brush her hair and eventually accepts help from Hannah. She then tells Hannah to get their coats at which point Hannah tries to talk her out of it but Helen wants to see Marlene. And she'll do it with Hannah's help or without it. Hannah agrees, but only to Marlene's and Helen will take any grief from Phil.
Hannah delivers Helen to Marlene's before going over to Toadie's. Helen offers her sympathies to Marlene who has been trying to contact Lou and Brett. Marlene says it's so difficult - she never expected to outlive her daughter.
The boys are waiting on their interactive website feedback when Hannah arrives. She looks at the homepage, declaring the graphics to be a bit naff. An email arrives, gushing over the DJs and the girls who seem to be declaring their love for them. Hannah declares that reading their love letters is not what she wants to be doing, and without looking up the boys wave her off!
Phil is wondering where the girls are, and keeps staring out of the window. Hannah rushes in and tells Phil that Helen's at Marlene's. He tears into her for letting Helen go out in the rain; she shouldn't be going out in this weather. He snaps at her before storming out to go and get her.
Marlene is thanking Helen for listening when Phil barges in. He tells Helen that she shouldn't have come over but Marlene jumps in and tells Phil that it's awful when people mollycoddle you and tell you what to do - Helen knows how she's feeling and what she can do.
The emails are pouring in now and Billy's getting boring of the same old same emails. However, Kim has written back and wants to meet the Toad! Billy thinks he'll ruing everything but Toadie emails back "Where?" - she sounds like a fox, a very prompt fox - and a date is set up for half an hour's time. Women want the Toad and it feels good!
Susan has brought Lolly back, and Marlene apologises to the Ks about the state of the house. Karl jumps in and asks Marlene what she knows about the accident, Danni told her a bit but not much. Karl says that it's almost certain that Cheryl was in pain due to internal injuries and that's why Danni asked him to give her mum the pain relief. Karl admits that the morphine might have reacted with tablets and that the reaction is a possible cause of death. He thought it was fair that he told her and he feels responsible. Marlene replies that he was doing his best to help her, he shouldn't feel guilty.
The boys are going to meet the foxy Kim, red flower in hand. Toadie wants to hide and see what she looks like, just so he doesn't hook up with an ugly chick. Billy looks up and sees a bloke holding a flower - Kim is a guy! They make a very quick exit before he sees them, only it turns out that the guy is waiting for his girlfriend, and a female Kim soon arrives with the red flower in hand...
Darren and Mal are getting on with work until Darren asks what Marlene was talking to him about. He reckons his nan thinks he's losing it. He keeps thinking about the lack of time he spent with his mum, either with his mates or in the nick. Mal points out that they made up before the accident but Darren just thinks he repaid her unwavering love by screwing up and now he can never apologise to her.
Darren comes home and Marlene tells him that Brett called. She then goes on to tell him about Karl's revelation about the morphine and the reaction with the medication Cheryl was on. Darren only hears EVIL DOCTOR KILLED MY MUM and won't entertain the idea that he was just trying to help. He storms out of the house.