Steph leaving a note for Lucas saying she's gone away.
Steph taking a pregnancy test - it's positive.
Lucas and Zeke finding a young kid breaking into the garage; Lucas saying he needs to be caught.
Andrew finding the young kid - and it's a girl - and it's Summer Hoyland!
Lyn introduces Summer to Zeke, Andrew and Harry.
Summer admitting she was expelled.
Paul re- launches PirateNet as a legitimate commercial station, with Rebecca as the CEO.
Paul and Rebecca are wandering around the studios when Susan comes in to do a piece on Becca for the paper. Paul scarpers, and Susan queries with her friend whether or not she finds it dodgy that Paul has two media outlets. Rebecca defends it - she owns PirateNet, not Paul, but Susan persists: they both know who will really call the shots.
Susan continues to insult Paul, which Rebecca isn't happy about, but she does wonder if Susan has a beginner's guide to running a radio station.
Summer and Lyn are having coffee and Sum suggests leaving a message for Steph to let her know what's been happening. Lyn thinks they should wait - Steph will be home soon. Harry and Andrew come in with a basketball, and Summer and Andrew banter over who would win in a match. Summer says that Andrew's a jock, and disappears - she has to go wash her hair. Harry and Andrew both seem rather enamoured. Lucas comments that Summer might make things rather interesting around here...
Cut to later that night and Lyn is closing up - when Paul and Ben barge in wanting a few things. Paul is making some advertising suggestions to Rebecca about PirateNet, and ensuring that his two media outlets co- operate and share finances. Rebecca reminds him that it's her business! They get some ingredients for a crème brulee.
LYN: Strange that he needs dessert when he's got someone as sweet as you.
REBECCA: Yes. Well, we worked up a bit of an appetite today, Lyn, did you hear about the new addition to the business empire?
LYN: What, the kiddie radio station? You need your head read.
REBECCA: Oh, that's your expert opinion, is it?
LYN: You'll be up to your neck in debt in no time.
Rebecca declares that Lyn has no vision, which is why she'll always be a small- time shop owner, before flirting with Paul and leaving.
Susan's making hot chocolates for her and Zeke, and Zeke is complaining that Rebecca is the new CEO of PirateNet when she knows nothing about radio. Lyn knocks at the door and Zeke answers.
LYN: Hi Susan, still up?
Zeke's off to bed and Susie makes her and Lyn hot choccies to have. Lyn offloads about Rebecca's new business empire, and complains about her being all lovey- dovey with Paul. Susan tells her friend to let Paul go - for the hundredth time! She reminds Lyn that she's a successful business woman.
LYN: I am just a small- time shopkeeper, according to Madam Trump across the road.
SUSAN: But you're doing it on your terms. You don't have to consult anybody about anything. See? There are advantages in not being Mrs Paul Robinson. Apart from the obvious.
Lyn has her Valentine's Day stuff out, doing a cross- promotion with the florist. She tells Summer to give every client a free rose - which Summer does, to Rebecca, who walks in on cue. From behind the counter Lyn is annoyed.
REBECCA: Oh! Thank you! Summer, that's so beautiful!
Paul walks in.
REBECCA: Look what Summer just gave me, Paul!
PAUL: Welcome back, Summer! Haven't you grown up?
SUMMER: It's called the aging process, Paul. Hits some of us harder than others, I see.
REBECCA: I beg your pardon? Don't speak to my husband like that.
SUMMER: You're married to Paul Robinson?
REBECCA: Yes. So?
Summer snatches the rose back.
SUMMER: I'll take that. I wouldn't want to waste it.
Lyn sniggers. Andrew comes in.
ANDREW: Hey, dad.
PAUL: Hey, mate.
SUMMER: What, you're a Robinson, too?
ANDREW: Erinsborough Royalty, us Robinsons.
Summer rolls her eyes and walks off.
REBECCA: What on earth is her problem?
PAUL: Lyn is her grandmother.
Sum and Lyn consol themselves behind the counter, and Lyn reassures her granddaughter that the Robinsons are no match for the Scully women. Paul asks Lyn to send Rebecca a box of chocolates to Lassiters by lunchtime for Valentine's Day.
After Paul and Andrew leave, Lyn genuinely tries to help Rebecca, warning her not to let Paul make the rules. Lyn did, and it changed her - she doesn't want Rebecca to end up the same way.
LYN: I did things I didn't know I was capable of.
REBECCA: I'm not really interested, Lyn.
LYN: Alright then, learn the hard way. But you will end up doing everything and anything Paul wants.
REBECCA: I don't think I will Lyn. Because I'm not weak.
Zeke, Callum and Ben are at the table. Libby answers the door to Lucas, and Susan is on the phone to Karl telling him she loves him too. They're having pancakes for breakfast, and Susan tells them that the airport strike is still on in Milan, so Karl's missing them all terribly.
Lucas' phone rings; he rejects the call. He realises why he's been invited - the tragic singles, alone, on Valentine's Day. Susan says it's not tragic; she loves having the bed to herself!
CAL: Romance is for losers.
ZEKE: That is true.
SUSAN: That's a bit dramatic.
ZEKE: It is! It landed me in court! And it cost me my gig!
LUCAS: And my life's not so great. My girlfriend ran away because she can't stand the sight of me!
SUSAN: So who's for more pancakes?!
Lucas' phone rings and this time he answers. It's Steph. She apologises for not calling earlier, and says that she'll be coming home later today. Callum is pleased his dad might be home, too. Lucas is dead chuffed.
Becca has printed off legal stuff regarding the radio station, but Paul tells her it's all details. Harry and Zeke walk in; Zeke's filling Harry in on Summer's past. Paul and Rebecca approach Zeke and ask him if he wants his radio gig back. Zeke declines - he loved the whole station, not just the show. Paul tells him they're going for a wider demographic, but Zeke doesn't want to be part of a commercial station, or he'll lose his old audience.
Rebecca smiles, Paul looks annoyed. Rebecca takes over and makes her first executive decision, so she offers Zeke his gig back, and a role as Pirate Net's programme manager. She walks off with Paul and gives him a serve for not letting her make the decisions. Paul can offer advice, but Rebecca will take the actions, and Paul do anything without asking her permission first - something he doesn't look too pleased about.
Summer has cleaned up in the kitchen when Lucas comes in...he found chocolates and a rose on the doorstep. Lyn takes them; they're for Summer! Summer knows they're from Andrew Robinson, so doesn't want them! Lucas puts some champagne on the table and sits down just as Lyn's phone rings.
It's Steph! Lyn's thrilled to hear from her daughter and tells her she has a surprise: Summer's staying with them! Steph looks horrified, and Summer snatches the phone, admitting again she was asked to leave the music academy. Lyn rabbits on to Steph again, and Steph suddenly finds an excuse - she can't make it back today, she has to go deal with some stuff. She puts the phone down.
LYN: She's not coming home after all.
Lucas is gutted.
Cut to later and Susan and Libby are over. Lucas wonders what on earth has happened for Steph to change her mind, and walks off, leaving them to all enjoy the champagne. Libby is really confused about Steph's behaviour, and calls her back. She begs her friend to come home because Lucas misses her, and they're all worried for her. Steph can't make any real excuse and sounds very unhappy. Lib threatens to track Steph down and bring her home if necessary.
Zeke comes over and agrees to Rebecca's radio offer, with some conditions - he wants Mel kept on at PirateNet, and all the staff. That's a deal breaker. He also wants the right to make programme decisions without interference from programme management. Paul refuses. Rebecca agrees, and hands over some conditions of her own. Zeke's salary will be linked to the commercial success of the station, and they will review it in six months. They have a deal, and Paul is annoyed that he hasn't had a part in it.
When Zeke leaves, Paul demands to know why Rebecca agrees.
PAUL: I don't get any say in running my own radio station?
REBECCA: MY radio station!
Rebecca reminds her husband she's the CEO, Paul does not like it!
Libby tells Susan she really will hunt Steph down if necessary. Ben and Callum come in having bought lots of chocolate and the women leave with the kids to take the chocolate back to Harold's.
Summer storms in with the rose and chocolates. She slams them on the table where Andrew and Harry sit. She demands to know if this was meant to impress her, and Harry is about to say something - clearly the gifts were from him. But Summer goes on: Andrew is as loony as his half- brother. Andrew retaliates - he wouldn't waste his money on Summer, or buy her cheap chocolates. Summer demands he stay away from her and strops off.
ANDREW: She so wants me.
Harry looks crestfallen.
Sum tells Lyn that she threw her present back at Andrew.
LUCAS: Andrew not your type, then?
SUMMER: He's a Robinson.
There are noises in the lounge, and Charlie runs in, calling for his granny. Summer greets Charlie, admiring how much he's grown, whilst Lyn hugs her daughter, wanting an explanation. Steph and Summer reunite with a big hug, but Steph has her eye on Lucas, who's loitering in the kitchen. Summer offers to help Lyn with Charlie whilst Lucas attempts to get his hug from Steph...to no avail.
STEPH: Don't, please. There's something I really need to tell you.
Shot of Steph looking upset.
(A secret pregnancy)
STEPH: (hysterical) Libby can't know about this!
TOADIE: (horrified) You and Dan?!
Toadie hugs Steph.
(A friend's sacrifice)
TOADIE: Tell them the baby's mine.
Shot of Lucas.
(A shocking lie)
TOADIE: Steph and I are in love. She doesn't want you.