Dan asking Libby out in his own inimitable style.
Rachel being angry at Bridget for her suspicion about her and Declan's maths tuition sessions.
Oliver telling Carmella and Marco that he's going to apply for sole custody of Chloe.
Carmella and Marco are horrified and angry at Oliver's revelation and can't understand why he thinks it's necessary when he's had so much access. Oliver thinks Marco's edging him out, but Carmella thinks he's delusional. Rosie enters looking shocked just as Carmella asks Oliver how he could contemplate taking Chloe away from her after everything she went through to have her.
OLIVER: You're her mum, OK Carmella, but I just don't know if you're the best person to raise her.
Libby and Dan are discussing the pitfalls and advantages of their first date being accompanying teenagers on a camp. Rachel, Zeke and Ben arrive home and Zeke is wondering what's made Rachel so subdued. She's not looking forward to tomorrow and the awkwardness with Bridget. He suggests she gets over it and makes up with her but she doesn't think it's up to her.
Susan and Karl arrive home and everyone swarms around them, including Toadie who has popped up from somewhere. It is now that they're all assembled (with Fitzy) that I realise how many people supposedly live in this house. Susan says the retreat did her the world of good and Dan compliments her on how well she looks before leaving. Before he goes, he says he needs to talk to her before they leave tomorrow.
Everyone's ready to head off on the camp and Zeke, Rachel and Libby all bid farewell to Susan. Libby dashes into a classroom when she sees Dan and, never one to miss a trick, Susan follows and asks how things are between them. After her love-struck teenager avoidance routine, Susan doesn't believe that they're fine. Libby is worried about what the talk is about because she's scared of rushing into something after Darren, so she feels guilty about sending off signs of readiness when he was concussed. Susan looks understandably confused.
In the corridor, the boys are comparing caffeinated products - they don't plan on sleeping. Ringo thinks this will give Declan a chance to make a move on Bridget, but Dec thinks Ringo would have more luck. He assures him that he wouldn't go there. Meanwhile, Taylah is stressed about the mountain bike riding so Rachel and Bridget try to encourage her but it dissolves into an argument between the two of them. Taylah tells Zeke if she gets stuck in a tent with them she's going home. She thinks sharing a tent with him would be fun and Zeke agrees but thinks they won't be allowed. She goes to the toilet, leaving Declan to question Zeke about whether Taylah wants to take it to the next level ...
Susan, thankfully, is not having to worry about such things. She's offering advice to Libby about following signs, which when Dan enters can conveniently be changed to telling her the camp is easy to find. Susan leaves and Dan has his moment to talk to Libby. However, before he can get the words out, she dashes off to grab her sleeping bag from the car. Dan sighs.
Libby's giving some orienteering instructions before the kids go mountain-biking. Bridget knows what she's doing and Rachel says she does as well. They set off. Rachel passes a marker and Bridget comes up behind her, shouting after her that she's going the wrong way. She follows her and finds Rachel in a painful heap after falling off her bike. She reluctantly accepts Bridget's assistance and superhero Dan appears and scoops Rachel up. He asks her if she thanked Bridget and the girls look at each other awkwardly.
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Oliver tells Rebecca he wants to move into Paul's because it's a safe, secure, family environment. She's less than impressed when she hears his plans to fight for full custody - taking Chloe away from Carmella is the worst possible thing he could do. She suspects that it's a ploy to get back at Marco but he insists that it's not, although it's about him. He can't sit back and let someone else become the father. He pleads for her help.
Marco and Carmella are seeking legal advice from Toadie and Rosie. Carmella and Marco think that Oliver couldn't win because they would provide a stable family life, but Toadie warns that there are other issues involved, like character. Oliver's lawyers will dig up past issues to discredit them as parents, which is clearly not good news for Carmella. Still, Oliver's bound to have some skeletons in his closet too. Rebecca comes in just in time to overhear this and Carmella's unwillingness to dredge up damaging information about Oliver.
The boys tease Rachel about her fall, but Bridget faithfully defends her. Ringo and Bridget are looking pretty cosy and Ringo uses the yawning excuse to put his arm around her. He suggests it's bedtime and Zeke plays along, saying he's tired. Dan and Libby tell them they won't fall for that. They all go off, apart from Bridget who stays with Rachel who needs to rest her ankle. However, Rachel maintains that she's fine and Bridget goes to set up her sleeping back instead. Dan reminds Libby that they need to talk later.
Later that night, the kids make tent-swapping plans that will allow Zeke and Taylah to be alone. Bridget warns they need to wait until Libby and Fitzy are asleep. Declan doesn't know where he's supposed to be sleeping and it looks like it's going to be a crush in Ringo's tent. Zeke kicks them all out so he and Taylah can have some alone time. The atmosphere is decidedly uncomfortable. They both agree that this is what they want and that they're ready. Woah, it's euphemism central in there. They kiss and then Taylah suddenly pulls away and asks if he's thirsty. She leaves to get some water and Zeke looks nervous.
In the other tent, Bridget's suggesting a game of Hungry Hippo and goes out to get it. Declan thinks there's something going on between Ringo and Didge, but Ringo reiterates that he wouldn't go there. Declan encourages it, thinking there's a connection between the two of them.
Libby and Rachel are discussing the merits of Susan's visit to the retreat. Dan tells Rachel that Taylah's looking for her and Rachel leaves, her ankle having sufficiently recovered. Libby tries to escape Dan by doing a patrol but he's already done it and tells her to sit down and stop avoiding her. She admits that she's nervous about what he's going to tell her, even though she doesn't know what it is. She wants to go one step at a time. She leaves and Dan looks frustrated.
Zeke approaches Declan as he shuffles some cards. He asks after Taylah who is apparently brushing her teeth. Zeke needs some advice and apparently Taylah does too, because she's approached Rachel. Taylah thinks that considering the time she and Zeke have been together, it makes sense to move on to the next level, but Rachel reminds her that the only person it needs to make sense to is her. Taylah thinks that he must expect it so she should just go through with it. Rachel is shocked that she wants to do it on the camp and probably slightly disturbed at having to think such things of her little brother. Zeke, meanwhile, is extolling Taylah's virtues but is equally worried about moving the relationship forward, thinking if he doesn't then she'll get bored. Declan advises him to tell her straight up what he wants - what's the worst that can happen?
Much more frivolous are Bridget and Ringo who are happily playing children's games. Ringo says he's enjoying hanging out with her and suggests they spend more time alone together. Bridget is speechless. Ringo suggests that she's still getting over Declan but she says she's totally over him, she just doesn't want to get involved with anyone - it's not just him.
Toadie advises Carmella that these things are best settled outside of court, but she's worried Oliver won't be willing to negotiate. Then, in a sort of epiphany, she mysteriously suggests it might not be too late.
Susan and Karl are shocked to hear from Rebecca about the fight at the Christening which doesn't seem like the most appropriate point of conversation in front of Ben. Rebecca says that Susan looks fantastic. Susan's really pleased she went to the retreat and now knows she can manage her MS. Ben asks Karl if he'll come to Grandad's Day at school and help him beat Mickey and Lou in all the races. Karl's thrilled. Carmella approaches Rebecca and asks for a word. Toadie takes Rebecca's place at the table and informs them that Carmella and Oliver are headed towards a custody dispute, which has made him realise he has no rights with Charlie, so he's lost both him and Steph. Even though he can still see him, he won't be there every day watching him grow up, which has made him feel even worse.
Over the other side of the bar, Rebecca doesn't think even her begging will change Oliver's mind. She doesn't think Carmella and Chloe should be separated, but as Oliver's mother, she can understand why he's concerned about losing his rights. Carmella says he's got nothing to worry about; they're not going anywhere and Chloe's better with them than living in a hotel. Rebecca tells her that Oliver's moving back into Paul's and cutting back on his work hours. She hates being in the middle of the conflict and doesn't want to betray Carmella, but she has to support her son. Carmella still maintains that she won't let Chloe go.
Taylah comes back to the tent and tells Zeke everyone's asleep. Zeke offers some lemonade and they both nervously agree that they like lemonade. Lame.
ZEKE: It's really good for stomach-aches too.
TAYLAH: Yeah, or when it's flat.
ZEKE: Yeah, 'cause otherwise it's bubbly.
Eek. Zeke asks Taylah if she's ready and says that he is if she is, but he's not forcing her. Taylah says it's fine and they both anxiously sigh.
Libby has taken out her torch to investigate some scrabbling, but thankfully it's not a feral pig and rather, a buff looking Fitzy. Yum, he looks so much better without clothes. Libby apologises about earlier and says she forgot to mention how much she likes him. He appreciates her saying that. Libby admits that she's got to work through some trust issues, but she wants to give them the best chance possible, as does he. He finally has the chance to tell her what she needs to know. He divulges that the girlfriend, Samantha, that he mentioned, was and still is his wife.