Ringo admits to driving the car during the accident.
Ringo telling Elle to drop the story about the AFL driver involved in a car accident.
Zeke overhearing that Ringo wasn't the one driving the car.
Cass blames Paul for sending her threatening letters.
Rebecca hands her engagement ring back to Andrew.
Rebecca and Paul dance to an orchestra of one in Ramsay Street.
Nathan blaming Ringo for ruining the club's reputation.
Graffitied on the wall of the pirate radio station is 'Lost Boy Will Pay'. Melissa thinks it might be Ringo, but Zeke's convinced it's not - his mate's just going through a tough patch right now. Mel tells Zeke he's doing a good job, but she wants him to be careful. Zeke says he'll clean the graffiti up.
Over at Charlie's Declan tells his mum that Andrew Simpson has applied for a post elsewhere, to be transferred away from Erinsborough. Rebecca knows she's made a mess of things, and that she shouldn't have ever gotten engaged to him. She denies that she has any feelings for Paul whatsoever, but Declan's not convinced. Rebecca tells her son to stop giving her such a hard time.
Steve, Fitzy, Lucas (in his girly gym leggings) and Declan are racing each other down the street when they see Ringo's new car being driven away on a car truck. Ringo comes running out of number 28, screaming at the car truck driver, with Susan and Lib behind him. Toadie, the last of the runners, comes to join the other guys. Furious, Ringo storms off.
Steve, Lucas, Declan and Toadie are having brekkie and discussing women and their expectations of men, when Steve criticises Toad for eating badly if he really wants to improve his health and fitness. Donna comes in and Declan goes to her, wondering how she is. She consoles him over Andrew - at least he doesn't have to look at his mum's boyfriend over breakfast anymore. Donna is bored - she needs a new mother and a new project. Declan suggests she sort a party for the new exchange student.
DECLAN: Welcome her to the street, introduce her to everyone, you know...keep your mind off things.
DONNA: She'll take one look at us and think we're freaks. *thinks* What can I wear?!
DECLAN: There you go!
Cass receives a silent phonecall and, upset over it, calls Donna and asks her to come home immediately.
Susan is looking through information about the new exchange student, when Lib and Dan come in, still dancing from the Andre Rieu street dance...thing. Susan worries about the state of the house for the new student, and says that Ringo is refusing to take any responsibility for all his problems.
Susan and Libby go to organise the new girl's room, whilst Dan chats to Zeke about him being the pirate DJ and the things he said about Ringo on air.
Pirate Radio Station
Lost Boy Zeke starts telling another analogy about Ringo and his behaviour since he started at the AFL club. Lib and Dan listen in from Number 28 and can't believe that Ringo hasn't figured out that it's Zeke who's the DJ.
Back at the station, Ringo calls in from a park somewhere, and criticises Lost Boy for doing a runner yesterday when he came to the station. He says that Lost Boy is playing with his life here, but Zeke retorts that none of this is anyone's responsibility but Ringo's own. Lib and Dan are still listening, and Dan's worried that Zeke's out of his depth; he decides to go down the station.
On the phone, Ringo confesses that footie's the only thing in life he's good at, but Zeke insists there has to be more to him than that.
Later, Dan is at the station, and Zeke is worried that Ringo is taking the whole AFL rejection really badly, and is worried that he might not call back. He knows he needs help in handling Ringo and Dan agrees to stay and help out.
At the gym Declan is training with Lucas (with some very bad, untrained boxing moves, I might add). Declan is being very aggressive in his training, and Lucas brings up the subject of Rebecca and Andrew - and Paul. Declan comments that his mum has a habit of picking the men who will always treat her the worst.
LUCAS: Funny thing about relationships, though, is that sometimes the person who is wrong for you, is the person who is right for you.
DECLAN: Don't quit your day job.
Rebecca is having coffee with Suse and Libby. Susan and Lib are wondering where Rebecca's relationship with Paul is heading, and she still denies that it will go anywhere. Donna brings a nervous and worried Cassandra into the store. Donna insists that Cass could have friends here if she tried, but Cass doesn't want any of these people, thank you very much.
Donna forces her mother to publicly apologise for what she's done - and reminds her that this might stop all the nasty letters. Cass stands up and tells everyone in the store that she's sorry...she lied. She lied about Paul, the emails and the negligee. She tells everyone that her husband and kids have left her and she knows she's ruined everything in her life, and she doesn't expect pity, but she wants the stalking to stop.
Cass and Donna walk out leaving everyone rather gobsmacked.
Donna is proud of her mum for telling the truth, and has made her tea and biccies. Cass is pleased that Donna came back to stay, and apologises to her daughter for giving her such a hard time. The phone rings and it's Susan wondering if she's seen Ringo.
Pirate Radio Station
At the radio station Zeke, with the encouragement of Dan, puts out another message for Ringo to call in.
Declan arrives to give flowers to his mum as a way of apology for being rude earlier. Rebecca presents him with some chocolate cake for not telling him about Andrew.
DECLAN: You know, I really didn't like Andrew. I tried to like him for your sake.
REBECCA: Yes, I think that's what I was doing, too.
She admits she wanted to give Declan a good male role model, and insists that he's still a good man. Declan reminds her that he was still boring...and wonders what she feels about Paul. Rebecca knows nothing will happen between her and Paul, which her son is pleased about.
Pirate Radio Station
Zeke puts out another message to Ringo, and says that he should have the guts to call back and see the argument through. Sitting in the gym changing rooms, Ringo calls back into the radio station.
Ringo says that he hung up because he had nothing else to say at the time. Lost Boy wonders what Ringo's next move is, and Ringo says he's going to leave. Lost Boy thinks that Ringo has probably been hanging out with the wrong people...he knows, he's done it himself. He tries to talk some sense into Ringo for what he's (probably) been doing to his friends, and Ringo puts the phone down for some more thinking time.
Ringo arrives home with a giant toy kangaroo (holding an Aussie flag, no less) for the new exchange student, Sunny. He comments on clean the house is. Susan thanks him for the gift, and Ringo goes on to sincerely apologise for his behaviour. Hugging him, Susan tells him it will be alright, and encourages him to give Sunny the present himself.
Outside number 28 Donna waits for Sunny to arrive in a classic 50s style look. She's not sure of her outfit. Maybe jeans should have been better. She comments on Susan's choice of wardrobe.
DONNA: That looks good. Understated is...is good...
SUSAN: (suddenly concerned) Am I understated?
Susan examines her clothes whilst Donna looks on disdainfully at Ringo and his giant roo.
DONNA: Thanks for coming. And bringing your friend.
Zeke arrives to add to the entourage, as well as Declan who's in his running gear which displeases Donna no end.
Ringo apologises to Declan for being a real tool and, like guys, they make up with no other words or hugs.
A car draws up and Donna stressfully tells them all to look relaxed. The door opens and a colourful, stylishly-challenged Sunny emerges to the sound of Donna welcoming her to Erinsborough. Tripping over the kerb with an utter lack of grace, Sunny ends up sunny side down on the grass.