Marco telling Lou he's interested in purchasing The Coffee Shop.
Kirsten telling Paul that Mickey referred to him as her 'boyfriend'.
Steve telling Ned that their father had an affair, then locked him in the shed as a punishment for finding out.
Oliver asking Marco if he can take his daughter this afternoon; Marco refusing - he says they have an arrangement.
Marco and Carmy are cooing over Chloe's first big sneeze. Whoopee-doo. Carmella is annoyed that Marco didn't let Oliver spend any time with Chloe before he went away, and reminds him that they need to keep Oliver onside. She thought they'd reached a turning point, Oliver extended an olive branch, and now Marco's made things difficult again.
Marco tells Carmella he won't fight with Oliver - he has a business to set up whilst she's away, after all.
The Parkers' Place
Ned and Kirsten return home, and Mickey throws himself at his father. Steve and Randa are just off to see Dan, and Ned passes his thanks on to him. Ned and Mickey cuddle on the sofa, and Mickey wondered if it would be like before - like when he didn't have his dad - but Ned promises his son that he's stuck with him. Lucky, lucky Mickey. Or Lucky, lucky Ned. I'm not sure who fares the worst.
Kirsten tells Mickey that they're going to go to Queensland sooner rather than later, and Ned invites himself along.
Oooh. Lucky, lucky Kirsten...
The Napiers and Robinsons are walking to their car. Marco and Carmella are coming out of number 24 run into them, and Rebecca plays the proud grandmother, wanting cuddles with her granddaughter before they leave for Italy. Marco approaches Oliver and asks if he can take Chloe this afternoon because as it happens, he now has a meeting. Oliver gratefully accepts.
Oliver and Rebecca wander off with Chloe in tow, whilst Marco and Carmella walk back home - wow, that was a short trip.
Elle and Paul get in the car, and Elle suggests that Paul take Becca on an overseas trip to get away from it all - the further away the better. Her remarks are pointed, and Paul understands what she's getting at.
Outside the General Store Rachel, Didge, Ringo, Declan and Zeke are having a drink, with both girls staring at Ty at another table. Ty gets up and walks off, Rachel running after him. She wants to know what he was writing in his notebook. Nosy cow!! He makes his excuses, but she asks him to stop; she wants to apologise for acting stuck up. They agree to start over.
Karl is tending to Dan, but tells him he's doing well - his high level of fitness saved his life, but he won't be back on the footy field just yet. Miranda and Steve arrive with a basket of food to say thanks for rescuing him and Ned. Randa says they were all worried for him.
MIRANDA: I don't know who was whiter: Libby or Sam!
MIRANDA: What I meant to say was that you're very brave. Not many people would have done what you did.
The Law Office
The girls are working hard, and Sam can't find a file that she needs - she seems a little manic. Sam goes to her office and starts folding pieces of paper into planes. Rosie comes in after her, and says that divorce is hard - as well as dealing with the accident and Libby. Sam doesn't want to take any time off, and confesses that she has bipolar disorder.
Rosie doesn't know what to say, and Sam starts to pack up - she knows no firm wants someone with a mental illness. Rosie tells Sam she cares for her and doesn't want her to leave. She wonders what triggers the changes, and Sam says stress and anxiety don't help. She never knows if the feelings will pass or not.
Rosie and Sam agree that it's good they can talk about it.
Paul comes in to the reception area to see Rebecca, looking all pleased with himself. He has tickets to London, tonight, business class! Paris! Rome! Madrid! Rebecca is overwhelmed, but she wants to study for the school entrance exam. Paul thinks she can defer it, but Becca says she can't just leave work today. Rebecca thinks that Paul should still go, though, if it's work.
Marco comes in to see his mother, Patrizia. Marco wonders where his dad is, as he wanted to speak to them both.
Dec and Ringo are studying Sense and Sensibility, when Rach, Didge and Zeke come in with a CD of Ty's songs to listen to. The boys aren't interested; they're reading about Elinor. The Kinskis and Didge think Ty's music is hot and suggest that Dec and Ringo are jealous.
ZEKE: Yeah, his lyrics are awesome.
DECLAN: This coming from a guy who cried when he missed out on the Spice Girls reunion.
ZEKE: Dude, shut up. The Spice Girls are awesome.
DECLAN: They're old.
Ringo thinks it's not hard to be in a band - you only need to know three chords. Plus, you don't need to be able to sing, either. Didge laughs that if it's that easy, Ringo and Dec should form a band. The others laugh - until Ringo and Dec look at each other in that 'that's not a bad idea' way.
ZEKE: You know what? You could call yourself Dingo.
DECLAN: We are not a wussy boy band.
RINGO: No, we're about real man's rock and roll.
DECLAN: Yeah, yeah. Maximum distortion, raw power, kicking out the jams.
RINGO: We are going to make Ty's band look like Oodles o' Noodles.
Dec and Ringo bump chests and play air guitar until Zeke shouts that Susan's coming.
Patrizia and Marco are talking; she doesn't want him to leave the family business and he eventually concedes, but he's still going to take the General Store. His mum encourages him to think it through, but he already has.
Kirsten comes in and orders a drink, completely ignoring Paul, much to his chagrin.
He approaches her and thinks she looks tired. Does she fancy flying to London with him? Tonight?
Because, you know, when your partner can't just leave work with no notice, the first thing you do is ask someone you've had sex with a few times. Kirsten refuses - she's going away for some time with Mickey to put space between her and Paul.
Frazer, Rosie, Marco and Carmella are meeting up, and are talking about the General Store. Rosie encourages Frazer to take it on, and the boys agree they have a deal!
The Law Office
Frazer's now freaking out that this business isn't a good idea - he knows nothing about running restaurants. Rosie reassures him that she has every faith in him, and she knows it's going to work.
Ringo plays Karl's guitar. Didge, Declan, Rachel and Zeke are on the sofa with Dahl, rather bemused. Karl nods appreciatively.
Karl suggests workshopping with Ringo - show him some tunes. Ringo agrees, despite Rachel looking horrified and shaking her head at him. Karl makes his exit whilst Dahl cuddles Zeke.
DECLAN: There is NO way he's joining our band.
ZEKE: Oh, come on. You haven't cried til you've cried the River of the Soul...
RACH: He could lend you his leather pants.
Rachel, Dec and Zeke wander off, and sit at the dining table. Didge and Ringo are in the lounge, and Didge thinks Ringo's a really good guitarist - she always wanted to learn herself. Ringo shows her how to play, standing behind her and holding the guitar with her...
He offers to show her some chords - E minor to begin with, in case anyone's interested. Rachel nods to the others to look at them together, and neither she nor Dec can believe what they're seeing.
Outside the General Store, Marco is waxing lyrical about the business, and Carmella is bored. She wants to know about the meeting with his dad, but Marco doesn't want to talk about it. She says she's proud of him for following his dreams and standing up to his dad.
Paul sits alone at a table, and Kirsten comes over, wondering if he still has those plane tickets...she's going away with Mickey, but will have some free time afterwards to meet up. He hands her the tickets and says he'll see her in Paris.
Dan is sleeping in the bed that Susan was once in. Sam sits with him, and they ask after each other. Sam tells her husband that he never got the chance to grieve for their baby, but Dan doesn't want to revisit and talk about it. Sam insists they need to get it out in the open.
Sam pushes him and asks him to tell her about the day he asked her if the baby was his.
Oliver is saying goodbye to Chloe, who's in Carmella's arms. Rebecca tells Carmella to take care. Mickey, Ned and Kirsten also go to their car, ready for Queensland; Steve and Didge are seeing them off. Mickey can't wait to meet his relatives.
At number 22, Elle and Paul are outside, Paul blatantly stares at Kirsten, whose nose flirts back. Elle gives her dad ten points for trying with the holiday idea, and tells her dad that getting away from Kirsten is the best thing he could do right now.
Dan is still not wanting to talk, but Sam says she needs to know how Dan feels so that she can move on. He retorts back that she should talk to her friend from work about it - Nicholas. The one she went on trips with, and worked late with. Sam agrees she made bad choices, but never with Nicholas. Dan wonders if she's manic now, but she says no, she's just upset and grieving.
Sam accuses Dan of not helping her when she needed it - he was thinking she was being unfaithful when actually she was ill. She accuses him of being jealous of a friend because he was a barrister when Dan is just a teacher.
Sam says the truth is this: is was his fault she lost the baby.