Donna demanding that Ringo show her some interest.
Sunny not being ready to sleep with Zeke.
Lib and Karl looking for Susan.
Steph telling Dan Susan's had a fall.
Karl tells Libby that Susan lost the baby.
Steph encouraging Dan to be with his family; Dan saying he can't.
Out on the verandah at the back of the house, Libby stares. Dan comes out to see her, and Libby reminds him that they're going to have to tell Ben what's happened. She says she's fine. Dan says he feels out of whack. Since the ultrasound he's had a picture of what he and his son would do together, but Libby looks uncomfortable at this, and doesn't want comfort from her husband.
Lyn answers the door to Libby and Dan and gives Lib a big hug. Charlie and Ben come running out from the bedrooms where Ben got the high score on Mario brothers. Charlie is not impressed that he's been beaten. Lyn subtly takes Charlie back into the bedroom to play on the computer whilst Lib and Dan sit down with Ben, wondering why his parents are home. He wonders if he's in trouble.
On the sofa, Ben demands to know what's happening.
Zeke packs a basket of food for Susan, with Sunny. He's clearly worried about his mum, and Ringo and Donna come over, pleased that Susan's going to be okay. They ask after Libby and Dan, wondering how they're going to have that conversation with Ben.
And it seems we'll never find out, because Ben clarifies: so he's not going to have a little brother?
Ben's upset, and wants to see his nan, concerned she might be really sick. Dan promises Ben that Susan will be okay, and that he and Lib will always be there for him.
BEN: Why did nan fall over?
LIB: She, uh, lost her balance and she tripped.
BEN: Was it really dangerous, where she was?
DAN: It was just an accident, mate.
BEN: But she must have been scared.
LIB: Oh, your nan's very brave, you know that.
BEN: She was all by herself. She must have been scared that no-one would fine her.
LIB: No-one knew anything was wrong.
Dan sits, contrite and frustrated.
Callum complains to Toadie that everything's going wrong: Harry's in foster care and now Susan's in hospital. Toadie reassures his boy, and offers to buy Tim Tams to make things better.
TOADIE: Or, you know, maybe a man hug.
TOADIE: Yeah, sure, you know... I could use one...
CALLUM: Put the biscuits in as well.
Toad has an idea - if they concentrate on training Rocky this week it might take their minds off things. Callum reminds Toad that Rocky's test is tomorrow, not next week.
Alarmed, Toadie goes over to Lucas and asks after Dan. Lucas clearly doesn't really know, and turns back to his paper on the races page. Deciding against it, he walks out the store.
Lucas comes home to find Steph hoovering, helping out Libby and Dan. He offers to help, too, and Steph hands him the dusting.
LUCAS: Real men don't dust.
STEPH: Is that right?
LUCAS: Vacuuming, you know, involves machinery. I can see myself doing that, but dusting...nah.
Dan returns at that point, and Steph asks after Libby who's with Ben. She decides to leave the brothers to talk, and disappears, quickly. Dan sits down, Lucas perches behind him. Dan is cross with Lucas for not coming to the hospital, and when Lucas asks after Susan...
DAN: Susan was going through hell, and you and I were making mother-in-law jokes.
LUCAS: You didn't know what was going on.
DAN: Because I walked away and left her there.
Libby confides in Steph that she can't believe it's all ended up like this, after everything they've been through. Nothing will make her feel better, and she doesn't want to cry about it. Libby admits she hasn't spoken to Dan about it, either.
Toadie and Sonya chat about Rocky's training, and given that he's no longer a client of hers, she offers to help. They make out at the table for a bit, until Callum tells them to stop - they need to go train Rocky.
Toad, Sonya and Cal have enlisted the help of Ringo, Donna, Sunny and Zeke to help train Rocky. Sonya asks them to get different types of materials to put on the ground so they can get Rocky used to walking on different surfaces. They're sure they'll find stuff in the Ks' garage, or in Paul's shed and dash off to search.
Libby and Ben wander down the drive of number 30 and walk into Toad, Sonya and Callum. Cal offers Ben the chance to go and help train Rocky, and wanting to get his mind off the baby, he agrees. Libby stares, looking sad.
By the lake, Sonya and her friend Christine set up a training place for Rocky, who needs to cross all the ramps to pass the test. Rocky passes all the people correctly, and all the ramps except the last one. Callum manages to get Rocky to follow him which cheers up Ben no end.
Toadie thanks Sonya for her work.
Elsewhere at the Lassiter's complex, Libby ties her trainers, and goes for a run. Dan comes out of Harold's, just missing his wife. He sits at a table with his coffee.
Sunny, Zeke, Ringo and Donna are at the house, and the boys say there's no food in the fridge. Donna makes a snide remark that Ringo is probably taking a 'boy look'. Ringo and Zeke say they'll go to Harold's, and Sunny says she and Donna will catch them up.
Sunny wonders what's going on with Donna and Ringo. Donna thinks her boyfriend is unsupportive because he wants different things to her.
SUNNY: Stop being so selfish. Seriously, you are so lucky. If I got to stay with Zeke I would make the most out of it.
DONNA: You are so right, you are totally right. We should so be making the most of everything.
Sunny's all "what?" and Donna decides that they must make the most of Schoolies - she'll make it up with Ringo later. Donna thinks they should do something at Schoolies that they've always wanted to do, and Sunny admits that she's always wanted to sing on stage with a live band.
At the store Sonya, Toadie, Callum, Ben, Rocky, Zeke, Declan and Ringo and having milkshakes. Donna and Sunny arrive to join in, and chat about Schoolies - Callum wonders what it is. Donna explains that it's a huge party!
Donna asks Sunny how Susan is, and Sunny says she was sleeping so they're heading there later. Donna says she'll get Susan some flowers later.
Ben has gone to get a drink from the fridge, and Zeke follows, asking is his step-nephew is okay. Ben says he had a great day having fun, and now he has to go home and be all sad like Libby and Dan. Zeke tells Ben he doesn't have to be sad: he could try and make his parents happy instead.
Cut to later and Dan sits alone when Lucas comes in. Dan has no idea where Libby is; she won't talk to him and shuts him out. Lucas assures his brother that Lib will come around.
But back at home, Libby lies on the sofa, staring. She has a headache. Lucas tells Lib that Dan thinks she's shutting him out. Libby tells Lucas that no-one understands how she feels, not even Dan, and she just can't talk to him. Because if she does, she's going to blame him. This rocks Lucas, and Libby continues.
LIB: You don't know what it was like. Finding mum there, all by herself, in pain. And where's Dan? He's off in the car, driving somewhere.
Lucas really thinks that Libby needs to talk to Dan, or it's not fair. But Libby thinks it's not fair they lost their baby, and she wants to scream at Dan, but she can't - he's her husband and she has to put it aside to keep their family together.
Cut to later when Ben is hugging Libby, and she tells him she doesn't want them to be sad. Dan comes home to find them hugging on the sofa, and suggests that Ben goes to put his PJs on. Clearly trying to avoid Dan, Libby attempts to join her son to tuck him in, but Dan stops her. He wants to talk.
LIB: I'm scared of what's going to come out. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I tried with Grace, and now this little one...
Dan wants her reassurance that they'll get through this - and Libby gives it to him. With a half-smile she moves forward, but can barely respond to the hug he's giving her.