Callum wanting to do comedy stand- up routines; Steph stopping him.
Callum thinking he could be the next Seth Rogan.
Diana telling Paul that she doesn't bite; Declan admitting to Paul that he told Diana about the $100K and the PirateNet account.
Declan telling Diana the $100K issue was a mistake - it was just a computer glitch.
Diana telling Declan that she's here to bring Paul down, and if Declan gets in the way, she'll take him and Rebecca down with her.
Donna and Lucas return home from the shops, Lucas frightened by Donna's crazy driving skills. Paul wonders if they saw Declan, but they didn't. And hey presto - he arrives home! He quietly tells Paul that Diana gave him the chance to dump Paul in it, but he didn't. Andrew - hating to be left out of the conversation, butts in to ask Declan to set the table with him, but Paul not- so- politely tells his son they're in the middle of a conversation.
Declan continues: Paul owes him one.
Over at Charlie's, presumably later, Declan is helping his mum clear up, and Andrew is fishing for information about Dec's meeting with Diana. In fact, he thinks that Declan is sucking up to Head Office, hunting for a promotion. Declan smiles knowingly. Andrew plays the whole 'I'm a Robinson' act, as if that's somehow a good thing.
DECLAN: Get over yourself.
Over at the dartboard, Lucas and Michael's bromance bubbles on nicely, with Lucas complaining that they're glad the school term's over, because he's wrecked. What, part- time for three weeks, Michael asks?! They decide to celebrate the end of term by watching some stand up comedy - a leaflet had arrived in the post that morning.
Just as Michael is looking at it, Lucas' phone rings, and it's Dan. Shock! Horror! Lucas rejects the call.
Meanwhile, Callum is looking at exactly the same leaflet, which Toadie snatches from him. The kids (Sophie, Cal and Ben) are complaining that they shouldn't have to do homework in the holidays - it's false advertising. Callum tells them some jokes that he's been learning from a joke book hidden in his textbook which Toadie also snatches. Callum is not impressed, and starts telling his dad yet again that Seth Rogan was doing stand up at the age of thirteen.
Kate is showing Summer and Chris how to use the coffee machine before answering a call on behalf of Terry - she's looking after things for him whilst he's away. Diana comes in.
CHRIS: G'day what can I do ya?
DIANA: Do me?
CHRIS: Coffee, tea, toasted sanger?
DIANA: I'll have an egg white omelette with salad on the side.
CHRIS: I don't think that's on the menu..
DIANA: You have eggs. You have a kitchen.
SUMMER: Sorry, we only sell what's on the menu.
DIANA: Well. That's a little inconvenient.
SUMMER: Well. Only if you want something we don't have.
Andrew walks in and decides to score some brownie points by offering to buy Diana a coffee, and she orders an espresso. He wants to bring their conversation forward from this afternoon, hoping to talk away from work. She agrees. Andrew tells her that he can be very useful to the Daniels' Corporation.
DIANA: You're on the payroll. I hope you're already useful.
Andrew insists that he knows more about the company than most of its employees - he picks things up, living with Paul, and wants to expand the business. Diana asks for more information on Paul's branch of the company, and Andrew agrees to get the information.
Stand Up Comedy Venue
The bouncers laugh as Callum arrives, claiming to be 18 today to be let in. He hands in the worst fake ID ever, saying he's 18 (and that his name is Callum McLovin), but the bouncers won't let him in, and send him away.
Callum stands outside a shop in a street - in Brunswick, of all places. But hey.
Toadie and Steph are ordering drinks, and Chris is struggling with the coffee machine. Kate comes out the kitchen as she puts down the phone, struggling with trying to get all the dance troupe together at one time. Steph and Toadie are suddenly wondering where the kids are, and Kate says Sophie and Ben are at the park; she hasn't seen Callum.
Andrew has been photocopying stuff that's in Paul's suitcase and Donna walks in, catching him at it. She pauses the conversation with her dad and asks Andrew what's going on. He is annoyed that she thinks the worst of him, but she tells him that she's always right. He uses a cover story which Donna accepts before getting back to her phone call.
Declan comes in, and Andrew smirks, thinking he has the upper hand. Declan warns Andrew to stay away from Diana - she's a shark. Andrew is convinced that Declan is just trying to win points, and calls him 'servant boy' on his way out. Talk about a complex.
Andrew is showing Diana that PirateNet brings in very little cash to the business, and is a hobby for his dad. He then shows her the Lassiter's figures which show much more room for expansion, flirting with her to say he wants to drive that part of the business. Summer and Tash stand at the counter, watching and commenting on Andrew's approach to business.
At the table, Diana takes the information Andrew has copied, and leaves. Andrew shows off to the girls about his success and Tash takes him home to 'celebrate'.
Stand Up Comedy Venue
Callum sneaks into the back of the venue in sunnies and a cap. He spots Lucas and Michael sitting down, and Lucas is rejecting another two calls from Dan. Michael realises that they're not talking, but doesn't ask questions. They spot Callum hiding behind a plant, but when they creep over to him, he runs. They chase him, but he's hiding under a table, and when Michael spots him, he legs it up to the stage.
Michael and Lucas watch helplessly as the compere asks Callum what he's doing, and Cal says he's being chased by guys from the tax department - it was the second yacht that gave him away. The audience laugh, but the bouncers are up on stage carting him off.
Back at the bar, Tash is teaching Andrew how to play pool by looking at the reflection of the angles. He thinks she's hot when she does it. Summer arrives with Chris, and Tash makes fun of them again because she doesn't seem capable of saying anything nice to anyone.
Rebecca has made Paul a coffee as he taps away on his laptop; he's a bit stressed out with Diana Marshall. Bec is convinced that Diana has Lassiter's best interests at heart, but Paul retorts that he doesn't like someone breathing down his neck all the time.
At that moment, Diana comes in and presents Paul with the evidence that he's siphoning off money from the Daniel's Corporation to prop up PirateNet. She pulls out Andrew's papers, asking for an explanation of the $70K on consultants' fees and $30K to refurbish the conference room - all of which was used for the radio station instead. Andrew watches from a distance, pleased that he thinks he's done something good to impress his dad for a change. Diana looks over and smiles back at him, whilst Paul sits facing away from his son, distraught.
Cut to later when Diana has gone, and Rebecca is worried that Paul looks so tired. Paul says he's off to the office to do a few things, whilst Andrew pockets another pool ball. Declan comes in with a box of groceries for Rebecca which she asks him to take home. He tells her that she looks as stressed as Paul, and he will cook her dinner tonight so she doesn't have to worry.
Michael and Lucas have brought Callum home, and whilst Sophie is impressed with his exploits, Toadie and Steph are less so. Everyone leaves Toadie and Cal to have a chat, and Toadie is angry - Callum broke the law in what he did.
Callum points out that he was funny, and Lucas admits that he was, but Toadie is just cross that he was disobedient.
CALLUM: You're never proud of anything I do.
TOADIE: Of course I am. You're just not mature enough to be a comedian.
CALLUM: You don't have to be mature. It's the one job where you get paid to be immature!
TOADIE: Enough! You need to concentrate on school.
Callum says he won't - he will leave at the first opportunity, and then he'll take his show to the Edinburgh Festival where he'll be appreciated.
Lucas is pointing out that at least Callum has an idea of what he wants to do in life, and Toadie agrees that he was just like Callum in Year 7, too. Steph reminds Toadie that he didn't turn out too bad!
Lucas' phone rings yet again, and he eventually takes the call. Michael tells Steph and Toadie that his brother has been ringing all day, which ruffles the couple.
Lucas returns - it wasn't Dan, it was a hospital calling. Dan's been in an accident; he's stable, but Lucas has to go see him. Steph and Toadie are left uncomfortable.
Paul is hunting through his suitcase, frustrated, before storming off upstairs, still looking for something. Becca and Declan arrive home, and Bec is pleased to smell that her son has made her a casserole. She's worried for Paul's stress levels, and as she's on her way upstairs to get changed, Paul comes down.
He demands to know what Declan gave to Diana; there's nothing missing from the office, so it must have come from home. Declan swears he has done nothing, but Paul is furious that he's been sold out by Declan for the chance of a promotion.
Tash has bought Andrew a drink, who is celebrating. He's impressed Diana, he's been a maths whiz in pool....there must be more. Donna and Kate come out from the kitchen, where Donna has set Kate's phone with different rings so she knows if it's a dance troupe person calling - or if it's Donna herself! She is about to set another ring tone for Declan when he appears.
He storms in, grabs Andrew and throws him at the drinks cabinet. Andrew denies it, but Donna refutes that - she saw Andrew going through Paul's stuff this morning. Declan tells Andrew that he has no idea what he's just done.
Kate is peeling veggies as Declan paces, angry. Kate wants to know what's going on, but Declan doesn't want to talk about it. Andrew comes in and Kate makes herself scarce. Andrew admits that he handed over financial statements - the expenditure in and out of the accounts.
ANDREW: What's she going to do with them?
DECLAN: She's going to destroy Paul. You've wrecked your own family.
ANDREW: I'm so stupid.
DECLAN: Yeah, you got that right.
ANDREW: I didn't even know.
Andrew admits that he went after a promotion, and wonders what they're going to do now. He needs Declan to work with him as a team.