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By marv-84:
Connor and Michelle's wedding plans are dampened, meanwhile Jack is rattled by a strange phone call, prompting him to worry that his tryst with Nina will be uncovered. At the Coffee shop, Boyd unwittingly gives himself and Summer away as prank callers when Jack walks in and Nina tries to end it with Taj but doesn't have the heart to after he buys her a ring.
By marv-84:
Libby regrets spending the night with Taj, Harold takes a gamble when in his big appearance at the pub - sans his "Afro" persona much to the chagrin of the student audience. However, he soon turns the tide after telling them about Dee's demise and a t the Hoylands, Steph is welcomed into the family.
By marv-84:
The Ramsay Street Olympics are in full session and Henry is looking to line his pockets when he plays Bookie. However, it backfires when Jane and Charlene lose the baton, thus getting Team Robinson disqualified and Mrs Mangel demands her money back and World War Three all but breaks out!
By marv-84:
Daphne is hospitalized after it's revealed she is suffering from High blood pressure, Charlene struggles to adjust to sharing a caravan with Sue and Paul drops him and Gail right in it when he tells Mr Udagawa they are getting married.
By marv-84:
The Robinson Men are having none of it today - First, Paul when ejects Jeremy from his office after he threatens to expose Paul and Gail's marriage of convenience. Secondly, Jim banishes a newly-returned, spoiled Lucy to her room when she is rude and obnoxious towards her family.
By marv-84:
Jim's bad mood worsens when he finds out Daphne knew about Scott and Charlene's plan to move in together, Des steps in to defend his wife when Jim tears a verbal chunk out of her. Elsewhere Scott finds an ad in the paper for a flat - will Charlene be convinced?
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Jane is forced to lie to Mrs Mangel about Len's whereabouts deciding to tell her he died rather than the fact he left her. Paul and Gail become man and wife but when the guests leave after the service at Number 22, Gail decides to spend the wedding night in the spare room - alone.
By KGF Vissers:
Carmella's cruel confession that she never really loved him shatters Ringo, who returns to hospital heart-broken. He decides to return to his parents, but Frazer feels that would wreck his whole life but can't talk him out of it and goes with kid brother. Taking his dog to vet Steve, Karl and he discover the problem is a drug from the firm Karl represents, and its legal trouble shooter Christian Johnson's reassurances don't measure up to chemical analysis. Facing her ma and the dreary registrar's office make Adam and Pepper doubt their intended visa marriage.
By KGF Vissers:
Carmella claims her pregnancy is a complete surprise. When the Brown bothers are told, Ringo is shocked. Frazer chased the kids' dodgy street mates Christian Johnson, Gags McKenzie and Justin Hunter. He then hears his brother can't be the father as he has carefully remained a virgin, so Ringo feels he's 'still not a man', but who is? While Karl and Steve still wait for the truth about the Vivex pet drug, Zeke is delighted to find Bridget isn't a sissy girl but a fellow football supporter, eager to join his 'all-boys' football team.
By KGF Vissers:
Ned brings Mikey to the Pups but is appalled how the coach, a fellow father, bullies the 8 year-olds and yet is generally voted the new coach. Paul and Oliver enjoy spoiling Declan for his 17th birthday but Rebecca meanly makes him pay back, so Elle arranges a job for him at the hotel, and accidentally sees his real dad's name Andrew Aaronow on the teen's birth certificate. Judge Roy Evans sentences officer of the court Toadie as a example, but with a lenient sentence. Senior partner Tim Collins orders him and failing defense counsel Rosie to bill not 40 but 60 hours a week, and 'promises' to fire if they are less profitable after a month.
By KGF Vissers:
Oliver gives birthday-boy Declan the car he always dreamed of, but his mean mother makes him return that too, Paul is too enamored again to go against her. This time big brother offers to keep the car hidden so that they can drive together. Adam spoils Pepper with a web-cam-PC and superior English cooking for her family, and surprisingly considers accepting a job with the police to stay down under. Elle follows Aaronow's trail to the grammar school he's headmaster at.
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Elle checks out Oliver and Declan's father, who's a headmaster (Richard Aaronow). She poses as a sister prospecting for a private school for an unruly brother, but he catches on and starts following her. Ned hosts the Pups for footballers fun but dares not allow Mikey's new mate, Tyler, to sleep over as it's Paul's place. Fiancée Janae now invites them to move in with her, 'for the right reasons'. Karl shares Steve's suspicions about the drugs but decides to accept Christian Johnson's raise offer, to gather conclusive evidence from Vivex's inside, but fears family intimidation.
By KGF Vissers:
Oliver has seen Rebecca's treachery, yet still wants to believe her but realizes he does not know her as well as he thought. Declan is furiously disgusted to overhear that she told Paul about his dad but told him nothing. The police psychologist finds Adam may join the force after intense therapy. Stonie scores a girl-friend, but can't commit adultery after all. When Declan goes missing for the night, Paul thinks he went looking for dad Richard Aaronow, but it's Oliver who does, and is told Rebecca is the manipulative greedy liar.
By KGF Vissers:
Oliver tells Rebecca that Richard's story is no less credible then hers, so they will meet again, and he refuses to deny Declan contact. Lou is back from Russia, with a load of fur hats he gets young Mickey to sell to the Pups, but vet Steve confers it's real, not imitation. To Karl's surprise he gets a posh office as regional director. Carmella tells her ex Oliver she's expecting his baby, he hopes even Elle can handle that.
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Frazer's patient presence finally gets Ringo ready to return, even their mother encourages them. Oliver tells Elle the fact that Carmella is expecting his baby shouldn't change anything, but she concludes that's the end for them. Susan may 'not' look forward to the perks, Karl's HQ undercover snooping turns uneasy when his self-declared ambitious secretary first flirts, then catches him. Ned's attempt to get quality time with Janae is constantly frustrated by Mikey and Lou's mad hat scheme.
By KGF Vissers:
Ringo's return delights the Kinskis, but Frazer's bride is preoccupied by Tim Collins' intention to consider her as partner as she's way ahead in the redemption race. Karl thinks his secretary will keep quiet, but she secretly reports him to Christian. Steve's family tracks 'estranged' son Riley, but he doesn't seem interested in a reunion.
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Frazer discovers he 'caught' the wrong Rebecchi brother smoking pot, Rosie has already accepted a partnership, and finds it hard to redeem her competitor. Declan finds dad Richard, via Oliver's phone, and unconditionally sticks by his mother's abuse claim. This makes Oliver doubt if he can continue seeing the man. Lou's generosity to the Pups is stirred by realizing his Russian fur hats caused another lice epidemic. Alan Napier is terminal, and Rebecca's hesitation to consult the only witness wastes the boys' only chance for verification.
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Frazer is told financial security means holding off having children for a while. Declan tells Richard that grandpa Alan's sudden death made him eager to get acquainted before it's too late, so they go fishing. Zeke improves his footie mates credit by publicly playing air-guitar and is deputized by Ash Van Denbergh to tell Parker it's a boy's team only. Adam is terribly nervous about his police exam. Declan actually planned to knock dad on the head, but is found out, hesitates; Richard falls into the water, Declan ignores his drowning cries.
By KGF Vissers:
Having refused to help dad after making him fall in the water, Declan shivers seeing him alive, but is only mildly rebuked. Oliver and Paul arrive, assuming Richard is the fiend. Paul reassures Declan. Richard sees no alternative but to formally charge Declan, which provokes Rebecca into filing counter charges against him, without proof. Adam is finally ready and confident for his police exam. Now Tim Collins' slave-driving has landed Toadie in hospital, the tables are turned by the two deserters. Stonie admits how drugs wrecked his marriage, and gets another challenge.
By KGF Vissers:
Dad-to-be Oliver is clearly uneasy becoming a father, Lamaze pairs him up with Carmella, but her mother demands that he marries her. Zeke refuses to be compromised by Rachel with his team mates. Karl may be suspicious but he can't refuse supervising a cheap drugs trial for the Third World program, while his boss orders his secretary to set him up, snooping in the Vivex storage. During a surprise picnic Riley admits he dropped out of his vet studies and agrees to return home 'for a while'.
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Mikey's mother Kirsten reappears, and holds Toadie to lawyer confidentiality when she reveals her plans about wanting to side-track Ned as Father again, so he tells Steph and she lures Mikey on a 'spy adventure'. Oliver desperately wants his son. Thanks to secretary Julia, Karl escapes to HQ, only to be pointed out as the 'Africa project instigator', and arrested, not imprisoned, by police detective Alec Skinner. Riley's admission that he quit vet school is beyond his father's understanding but they look for alternatives together. Ringo is recruited for the blogzine again.
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Despite Toadie's 'non-warning', Mikey is found by his mean mother Kirsten; since Ned is too gentle to tell him her wicked intentions, she can take him (alas legally) to Adelaide, but Janae convinces Ned to fight for his boy. Harold is back from his out-of-state family reunion, hopeful to spread the gospel about employing ex-cons seeking social reintegration. A stray dog proves Riley still has his golden touch with animals, so the Parkers wonder if he's just unwilling to become dad's junior partner.
By KGF Vissers:
With Timon Kirsten's side, the battle for Mikey promises to be nasty, but only she lies to him shamelessly. Karl saves Charlie after the kid found 'babysitter' Stoney's drug stash, Stoney gets his marching orders. Riley's parents think his frustration stems from being adopted. He denies this at first, then says they only accepted him as Bridget's biological brother. The council election results are in.
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Ned and Janae believe Mikey's lies to leave with his manipulative mother. Riley insists he doesn't belong with his adoptive family and meets Elle, then reconsiders. Ned gives Mikey a great last day with the Pups, helped by Lou, but the boy senses and questions if their parting does hurt Ned after all, which decisively changes the rules of the custody conflict with Kirsten.
By KGF Vissers:
Oliver and Declan look down on Richard's present, Melbourne club memberships and commemorative medals inscribed Aaronow, the police see no reason to act against their father. Paul and his mother push Declan to yet another new school, despite the surprise new headmaster: Richard. Ringo and Zeke welcome Declan as Oliver's kid brother into their class. Adam still isn't confident about his police acceptance, but Harold already consults him on the police's POV on ex-con employment. Oliver turns clucky, which catches on with Carmie. Paul announces he'll marry Becca and adopt Declan but Richard's unimpressed response awakes dark memories.
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Paul convinces Declan to join him and his mother at an 'eco adventure cabin' weekend, where the lovers get Sonny's blessing. Meanwhile the search for another witness against Richard finds only people who praise him as a headmaster, except one who is most reluctant to step forward. A baby names book from Elle helps Carmie believe Ollie is concentrating on her and their child.
By KGF Vissers:
Rebecca has knocked Richard unconscious, he ends up in hospital and pretends to the police he attacked her. Mislead Declan even suggest they should leave him there to die, then regrets his comment in the hospital where the prognosis is death within weeks unless he gets a kidney transplant. Frazer reads Toadie a letter from Rosie, who is away on a family emergency and urges him to get a top rate replacement to handle the crucial cases of Mikey and Richard: their mutual favorite colleague Diane Murray. Karl is back, teasing Susan with her newly bought golf clubs, just in time to reassure Adam and Pepper about her early cancer diagnosis.
By KGF Vissers:
Hearing that his mother wants Richard's confession above everything else, Declan offers to donate a compatible kidney which is refused until Declan admits that he cares for his Dad. Zeke helps Didge get back into the team. Ringo is friends again with Rachel. Karl and Susan's golfing hobby exasperates the neighborhood. The fathers agree that Reily should be given a free hand, the mothers want to keep him home, but he accepts both a cadetship and a flat near home. Karen agrees to testify at Oliver's demand, and he thinks up an alternative when Rebecca refuses to grant donor permission for Declan.
By KGF Vissers:
Oliver has decided to donate a kidney in place of his kid brother Declan, Richard mostly appreciates the prospect of father-son bonding. Tim's wicked plan to win at Ned's expense is for Kirsten to throw a birthday party, where unsuspecting Ned arrives empty-handed. Lou denies Harold any part in the grandpa role, but seeing the trap that Kirsten threw they both pull together to buy Mikey 'garage apprentice' gear. What the boy treasures most of all is finally having a dad!
By KGF Vissers:
Finding Elle at his sickbed, Oliver asks in vain whether she still loves him. Now Mikey's holiday is turning into a festival week, his mother turns up with circus tickets to take Ned, not Janae, who lets herself be provoked afterward. Carmella tells her mother that Ollie is taken, but Elle decides otherwise. Frazer can help celebrate Rosie achieving her articles -while still in Italy- and her recommendation, Diana, agrees to join their new law firm just to take on 'Tiny' Tim.
By KGF Vissers:
Tim's promise to tackle Jane for bashing Kirsten scares Ned enough to warn her Mikey comes first. Both feel guilty but make up. When he defends her, Mikey replies that he hates them both. Ringo enjoys Karl's futile attempt to practice golf behind opponent Susan's back. Adam's moral support helps Pepper through her routine cancer procedure, without Rosie.
By KGF Vissers:
Kirsten believes that Tim's sneaky instructions fooled the psychologist and so Mikey spontaneously played into their hand. Ned answers as honest and unselfish as ever. Janae senses she isn't quite forgiven, which might cost Ned his son and her both boys, but things look brighter when they're invited for a second interview. Riley gets his newspaper cadetship. Karl discover Susan secretly arranged golf lessons with Lou. Zeke stays everyone's friend in class.
By KGF Vissers:
Ned chases Kirsten, who just kidnapped Mikey, after the psychological recommendation in his favor, but refrains from calling the police seeing how erratically she drives. Tim makes her see reason. Pepper cruelly gives Ringo detention for being a bit late with a good paper. Riley is determined to pursue journalism, while his father clearly sees that he's a gifted vet with a passion for pets and empathy for their owners. Bridget moans to Declan about defending her against bully Justin.
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Through Didge's recklessness, Declan had a bad fall, but miraculously proves unharmed. She gets off with scoldings. Kirsten has kidnapped Mikey in order to flee north, but the boy calls home. Ned traces them and Mikey resolutely runs back to his father and his dog. Oliver is released after his minor surgery but can't convince Carmie to let him pay for a decent flat now their baby is coming.
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Frazer congratulates Adam on his first day as a local officer. The day is a bit rough with a Pepper-vindictive partner, Sophie Cooper. Paul's fire memories become frighteningly real, Harold and the Internet fill in some gaps, despite Elle, about victim Gus Cleary, and takes it further. Frazer finally gets $50,000 compensation, which he intends to celebrate while keeping the bulk for a family home, but learns Rosie practically promised it all to the law firm.
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Paul tells Rebecca he confessed to the arson murder, she moves out, and gets the law firm receptionist position on a trial basis. Declan is left in the dark. Uncle-to-be Frazer makes up with Carmella before Rosie calls, their aunt has died. She finally accepts Oliver's help with the flat. Adam makes clear he must keep his police job and home separated, and the police won't reopen the arson case.
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After Alan's funeral Oliver is shocked to hear his -non adoptive- Barnes brother Sebastian challenges the will for control of the business empire, which their parents felt he couldn't handle. Tim eagerly takes the case, against Rosie for Ollie, and freezes all his assets - this made easy after a clerical error by Rebecca, her second lost job in two days. Paul lets Adam investigate his Gus Cleary confession informally, Paul decides to meet his sister, Laura Davidson. Elle steals the family address from Riley's newspaper mentor Brad Jordan. Pepper remains ruthless in class.
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Frazer volunteers to baby-sit Charlie so Steph can attend the council meeting, and despite a rough start soon proves a natural. Adam wrestles with his female police - and jealous home partner. When Ellen talks to Laura, she decides to milk rich Paul, while her boyfriend Nick Thompson wants to hurt him.
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Frazer convinces Rosie he's prepared to wait until she's ready for children. Elle fails to scare Riley's mentor from publishing a malicious article on Paul. Riley proves he is capable of cooking. Oliver tries to be a sport with Elle's date. Declan ignores Paul who wonders what he is doing with the car. Pepper is finding the doctor's orders to hold back sexually for a while difficult to comply with.
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Ringo isn't amused to discover that Rachel only asked for his 'tutoring' to make him study more himself. Ringo realizes they still care deeply for each-other and decides to catch up the wrong way: stealing an exam paper from Susan. The Kinski kids find this hard to fix. Flirtatious celebrity cook Tony Aristides gets as much attention from both genders as he gives the ladies. Ned fears Mikey's gloom is about missing ma, but Lou discovers it's just failing to get the penmanship 'license' prize.
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Passing the owner's house inspection as 'far too clean', chicks-house-mate Frazer agrees to join a piggish sports TV night. Oliver announces he'll fight Sebastian for the family business empire, yet accepts Tim's pittance $100,000 check, desperate to solve his short-term cash problem. Susan is none the wiser after interviewing the kids about the exam paper. She enjoys being creamed at golf by caddy Zeke, but faints.
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Steph turns down Toadie's proposal and has to work hard not to lose him, Karl advises Susan to seek a medical opinion, Bridget and Declan find themselves in trouble with Justin and his brothers and Valda makes a surprise return to Erinsborough.
By KGF Vissers:
Frazer isn't surprised that Toadie's proposal failed, but sad that he was turned down so publicly - aunt Valda visits Erinsborough. 'Bad boy' Declan obviously attracts Dodge, who denies it, but eagerly joins him on car rides; Justin Hunter and his brothers challenge them. Zeke finds Susan and makes sure Karl refers her for a full medical.
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Frazer is offered a track gambling friend's debts repaid by a tip on a fixed horse-race. After Declan accidentally soils the Hunter brothers' car, Bridget pointlessly provokes them. The pair gets away and bonds further, but his, or rather Ollie's, car is vandalized and a new dare is launched. Now Stephanie has caved in on the Stingray graffiti, Janae makes a Timmins-tough stand.
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Karl spots Rachel returning the exam paper to Susan and gets her to confess- without naming Ringo, Zeke scolds her as superficial. Frazer tells Pepper she can't expect Adam to understand her without confessing she's his cop partner Sophie's lesbian ex. Rosie discovers Frazier withdrew $40,000 in order to bet on the fixed race, but in the end decides not to - the bet which would have won him a fortune. Zeke tells Ringo whats happened to Rachel and he instantly owns up.
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Now Ringo has confessed, Susan comforts Rachel; Frazer has a row with Ringo, saves him from expulsion but imposes the one punishment kid brother won't accept: a months worth of grounding, even from training. Paul refuses to see that Laura and her boy-friend, Nick Thompson, are fleecing him. She asks him $20,000, then learns he's practically broke and steals his credit-card. Valda's e-business attracts ex Harold's attention.
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Declan shows up for the Hunter brothers' drag-race dare, and accepts outrageous stakes: the loser's car, potentially Olliver's. However Adam's police car turns up, chasing the Hunters, but finds them from the car registration plate he made a note of. The parental wrath is ruthless: scoldings and a month's ban on going out. A trial may even land Declan in a juvenile offenders institution. Adam confesses to Pepper his partner Sophie kissed him, so the former schoolmates have a verbal confrontation.
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After the drag race Becca meanly blames Oliver too, who confiscates the keys to sell the car. Karl grateful accepts a 'test period'. Elle has overheard Laura with Nick, Paul still won't believe they're in league to take him for his money and takes them to Becca, where Nick learns that Barnes is the richest mark. Susan's sleepiness takes a tragic turn.
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Now Bridget is missing, Steve rages at everyone, especially innocent Declan. The boy gets gold-digger Nick's support while Becca just thinks that he's in the wrong 'again'. In fact she's run over by exhausted Susan rushing to school, who doesn't even remember and passes out again at home. Mikey found the girl so Karl could see she gets help in time. Mikey can only tell Ned he recognized Declan's car, which is on loan to Karl from Oliver.
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Mikey's testimony that Declan's car that hit Bridget. He also reveals that he had a row with Bridget earlier - this puts Adam on the innocent boy's trace. The police officer even finds a spare key in his pocket, so the boy runs in panic. Karl briefs the Parkers about the treatment in hospital, then learns Susan fell asleep in the car. Ringo and Rachel get closer again seeking comfort. Nick finds the fugitive and hides him, with a hidden agenda.
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Susan tells Karl she just realizes Declan is innocent, she fell asleep and accidentally ran over Bridget, whose condition remains critical. Meanwhile only Oliver, who just heard, and Carmie still defend Declan until Susan tells the Parkers she didn't realize earlier. She gets a murderous scolding, Ned's attempt to defend her makes him a 'traitor'. Adam can't find Declan as Nick hides him and bugs his cellphone to scam -actually still penniless- 'tycoon' Oliver.
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Oliver's joy over Declan's clearing lasts only a minute: Nick calls as the kid's anonymous kidnapper, demanding $500,000 cash but Oliver and Paul can't raise anymore. Paul lets Becca talk them out of calling the police and tell Adam nothing. The Kinski kids are worried sick while Susan is processed in jail until her bail is set. Paul soon realizes it must be Nick and Laura, but she knocks him down so the kidnappers escape.
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Paul reports Nick knocked him down, Becca dares blame him for bringing Laura in their lives. Oliver still insists on payingaa without informing the police, but Paul ends up telling Adam. Declan wins Laura's sympathy but Nick, who is absorbed by greed and revenge, frustrates the boy's escape attempts. The Kennedy's try to make feel Susan feel home again, at school too.
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While Paul and Adam make the best of police experience, Rebecca constantly blames them in advance for whatever might go wrong. While the Kennedys commiserate with Susan, supported by Ringo, Riley abuses his reporter position in the Parker persecution against her. His editor is spotted snooping by Nick, who decides to move Declan. Oliver signs a crazy deal with Tim Collins: the $400,000 lacking ransom part for all claims on his share of the Barnes billions.
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The police finds the trailer just after Nick evacuated it, Oliver arranges a private ransom exchange. A stone thrown through the Kennedy's window lightly wounding Rachel proves the Parkers are out of control, especially Riley, until Harold and Elle work on him. The neighborhood risks splitting into two sides. Laura lets Declan escape, but Nick sees him run. Declan falls and gets caught under a trunk, the fiend rages past him.
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Nick goes ahead with his 'private' exchange with Oliver, although Declan has escaped. Luckily the police finds them, and arrests the pair of kidnappers. Poor Declan is in agony after wresting free his leg, and is lost in the bush all alone, cold and scared to death. Meanwhile the Parkers decide to go ahead with dog Jake's birthday party, for Mikey's sake. Ringo visits Rachel.
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Adam's team calls off the search for Declan during the night, but Rebecca drags Oliver and Paul along anyway. At last the boy is found, reassured the fiends are caught and checked in hospital, where he visits Didge. Janae hopes to boost Mikey's confidence by starting a vegetable plot, but forgets to supervise his beloved dog Jake.
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Declan has nightmares but hates psycho-therapy - he feels that it is almost as bad as being banned from visiting Bridget and his mother's fussing makes it worse. Big brother Oliver suggests he get it out of his system, but this advice is taken the wrong way. Jake's prospects remain uncertain, Mikey clearly blames and repulses Janae while 'grandpa' Lou is in favor.
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Big brother Oliver braves Declan's almost physically uncontrollable anger and convinces the kid he's not evil, only Nick is. Ned tries to convince Mikey that Janae loves Jake too, in vain; the dog has another diet accident. Paul keeps Becca off the boys' back while Ollie finds a safe outlet: a boxing ball. Lou plans to humiliate Vala at a half marathon.
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Declan jumps in the pool fully dressed to save Didge who was left alone by Rachel, yet gets no thanks. Nearly all the men proudly enter the charity half marathon, although only Riley is really experienced. Ringo ignores Frazer's ruling about his kid bro's grounding. Karl's start is meanly sabotaged. Lou's zeal to beat Valda makes him cheat.
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The charity race ends in havoc as Riley tricked Oliver, whose anger proves motivated by - fear he would loose Elle. Frazer grills Ringo for taking part, yet congratulates him on a good run. Pepper discovers Ringo has an eating disorder. Frazer rebuking Rosie for offering his insurance money for Carmie's shop and puts her off the offer altogether. Susan still refuses to plead not guilty, even if she faces jail, wrecking the Kennedy home. Karl resorts to a desperate alternative.
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Pepper telling Ringo her own anorexic experience barely gets him to take a tiny bite. Rosie notices Marco, the sexy son of one of sister Carmella's suppliers, has an eye on her. Indeed the two decide to go into Internet business together. Rosie is inspired to 'buy off' from Frazer her financial flippancy flirtatiously. Didge forgives Rachel and berates her parents' vindictiveness till ma grudgingly goes tell Susan to plead not guilty.
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Frazer presents his new job: cabbie. Harold notices how worried Zeke is, who joins Karl in warning Susan she has no right to desert the family for a jail term by pleading guilty against her council. Oliver and Riley agree to put Elle first. Declan worries about Didge who overhears he wants to 'express his feelings'.
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Zeke finally manages to make Susan agree that she must plead not guilty. Steve is graciously understanding, Pepper gets her back to school. Declan's rude hostility causes a fight with Zeke. Frazer and Rosie fear Susan needs a detached defense counsel. Declan runs away.
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Fugitive truant Declan's friendly cabbie to the station is none other than Frazer, who discretely notifies Oliver. The cavalry is late, but the confused boy didn't board for Sidney. A trip down memory lane must motivate him to accept a better future in a family, with Paul. Marco impresses Carmella with his classy apartment, Italian cooking and managerial skills.
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While Harold scolds Lou for wasting working time on a website, Valda demonstrates how an online business launch can hit - after pressing Frazer as roustabout. Pressed for quality-time, Ned and Janae end up caught shirtless by Mikey. Hiding his eating disorder - coached by Pepper as 'feeling sick', Ringo seems unfaithful to Rachel. Carmella's crush on Marco clearly doesn't square with her parental partnership with Oliver.
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Now Mikey saw Ned and Janae getting somewhat intimate, 'grandpa' Lou, Steve and the couple ponder who should tell them before someone like Valda tries. Janae and Ned prove a good team, varying on the birds and bees theme. Marco reassures Carmella he'll limit herself to being the perfect business partner until she wants more, but while they work something seems to go wrong with her unborn baby. By the time Pepper prepares Ringo to tell Rachel the truth, she's off for an out-of-state literary course Karl talked her into.
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Marco carefully sees that Carmella gets safely to hospital and stands by her until Oliver arrives, who roughly tells him to go home and is furious Marco knew first it's a girl. In the pool Didge meets Josh Taylor, a hunk who happens to be in a wheelchair too. Karl warns Susan not to give any ammunition to the Parkers, after her behaviour at the law firm. Haughty Vanda's website is in trouble, even Zeke can't make sense of it.
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Pepper asks her friend Daniel 'Fitzy' Fitzgerald to help keep an eye on Ringo but does not reveal why. Adam is appalled she told him first to consider a job near her father. Josh gets Didge to overcome her anxieties. Oliver's mixed feelings, which turn out to be more paternal than him in love with Carmie, arouses various reactions. Vanda's computer genius Jude Troy is shut down, fired from the bank. Rosie can't accept being out-staged in the office.
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Ringo and Declan's honesty convinces Didge to bravely return to class, she nominated Susan for teacher of the year. Zeke proves Jude's legacy is a business nightmare for Vanda's and Lou's websites too, she is wiped out financially but hides that from Lou. Oliver can't pretend to love Carmella but they agree to make him an active dad nonetheless. Another row with Rosie makes the star lawyer walk out, claiming Susan's case can't be won anyway.
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Ringo still only pretends to be eating, yet boasts to Declan when entering a school swimming competition. PE teacher Fitzy recruits 'natural' Zeke, who interrupts the race to make sure Ringo is saved after fainting. Frazer is trapped in his cab with Karl and his insufferable demo tape, as a professional musician fellow passenger ends up telling him. Tim tells Elle that Sebastian orders her to downsize: fire Paul or Oliver. Adam is angry that Pepper accepted a job up north without his answer, yet decides to follow her. Mikey enjoys playing hide and seek- too much.
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Declan proudly tells his family he made the swimming team, then helps look for Mikey whose hide and seek ended in him being locked-up in a chest, about to be picked up with trash. Ringo receives mysterious mail package - Harold notices it's pills. Zeke defends him against the silly girls. Rosie finally proves too Frazer the pills are appetite suppressors. Elle tells only Rebecca that she must sack either Paul or Oliver. Tim rejects her budget alternative, she makes a surprising choice.
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Frazer has a hard time believing Rosie Ringo has an eating disorder, never mind Pepper's expertise at the matter, so he accepts brotherly assurances, even after PO teacher Daniel 'Fitzy' Fitzgerald joins the caveat chorus. Mikey is surprisingly over his chest nightmare. Paul drags the truth out of Elle about her resignation-sacrifice. The Kennedys handle preparing Susan for trial better then Toadie. Frazer is delighted that Ringo loves his home-cooking, but catches him vomiting afterward.
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Frazer finds Ringo working out in the gym, can't talk him into counseling but at least reestablishes contact. Fitz agrees to help, once Ringo is ready to accept it. Frazer and Marco send Carmella and Rosie to Marco's parents' country retreat, where the girls find photos that suggests he's married. Frazer finds the right leverage: his Mother. Neither Susan nor Toadie, who came through his anxiety attack unharmed, can bear the situation.
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Marco gets an icy welcome when he surprises Carmella with supplies, then explains he was married - and divorced. Fitzy stands up to petty principal Carr, but gets his cartoons of her mixed up with pamphlets for Ringo's eating disorder. Kennedys and Parkers wait in court in vain for Toadie, who intended to delay Susan's trial, but Steph changes her mind, only to have another fit when continuance is denied.
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Ringo can't accept Fitzy taking full blame and being sacked for drawing the cartoon, so after some hesitation he takes the blame and the detention. That stirs the real culprit, a girl in his class, to confess and share his detention. At Susan's trial, the kids testify enthusiastically in her favor, but she has another dizzy spell.
By KGF Vissers:
Paul won't believe Elle has turned housewife. Susan's condition becoming known in court makes everyone reconsider. Karl seeks expert advice on what the problem may be beyond the menopause, Zeke is worried sick. Declan commiserates with Ringo's inability to convince Jessica he won't dump Rachel, and witnesses how ma Brown forces him to eat biscuits in front of them. Jessica plays cruel games.
By KGF Vissers:
Ringo is relieved that Rachel is back. Marco isn't as defeatist as Carmie when Vanda admits the website went bust, rather thinks of a computer-wise cousin. When Didge tells Declan they're friends again, he successfully asks her on a movie date. Susan's plea-change to guilty gets her an entirely suspended sentence, but the medical verdict may be worse and the law-firm starts soul-searching. Zeke is in no mood for forgiving Miranda.
By KGF Vissers:
Oliver encourages Decklan to make an effort on his movie date. Zeke is still in a morbid, Miranda-hating mood. Ned dreads Kirsten's permanent return to Erisnborough. Rosie refuses to accept Toadie deserting their 'law firm with a heart', and is made an equal partner.
By KGF Vissers:
Oliver asks Declan if Bridget is right for him, now he can't handle her being stared at. Ned hasn't had a chance to tell Janae that Kirsten returns for good, and she's early. Fitzy is clumsy around his ex- Steph. Susan and Miranda decide to bury the awkward recent past.
By KGF Vissers:
Frazer tells ma to stay, hoping tough love helps Ringo. He works up the courage to declare his love to Rachel, but is dumped. Fitzy sees his despair, the support group advices candor. Kirsten is welcomed by the Parkers, except Janae. Paul and -all the way- Riley help Elle 'save' neglected horses. Adam is back but announces a transfer request up North.
By KGF Vissers:
Ring follows family advice, tells Rachel about his eating disorder and is furious when she still says 'just friends'. Fitzy regains his confidence, and Rachel reconsiders. Marco turns down Carmella's amateurish website design, so she meanly finds a better-value-for-money supplier. He remains the perfect gentleman and good sport. Riley prepares an article on horse-abuser Garry Allen, but he confronts Elle -who is offered more reporting jobs- with his tragic family circumstances. Jessica is jealous seeing Ringo back with Rachel.
By KGF Vissers:
Rachel is even more hesitant with Ringo after seeing Jessica's candid kiss pictures. Fitzy hopes to focus on swimming. When Jessica makes a fool of herself, only Ringo takes pity on her. Zeke believes Karl is keeping the truth about Susan's health from the twins, so Justin's taunting drives him to a fight. Rachel dumps him and has an eye on hunky diver Angus Henderson.
By Anonymous:
Doctors reveal that Susan's first diagnosis wasn't correct before she suffers another serious symptom; blindness. Ringo realises his family are making sacrifices to help him. Elle proposes a further series of articles to make amends with local farmer Gary.
By KGF Vissers:
Ringo is crushed after Rachel dumped him, but overhears his ma canceling a cruise to keep watching him, consults Frazer and Rosie and comes up with a -contract. After Susan didn't even notice she was burning her hands, Karl consults an specialist, who won't rule conclusively, but he and the twins fear disaster. Fitzy is delighted to meet another ex, Libby. Harold presents Mikey to Ben.
By KGF Vissers:
Susan is panicking after a new seizure causes what she hopes is temporary blindness; there still is no conclusive diagnosis, but MS seems plausible. Carmella fails to convince a major potential customer, but Marco proves he can do better. Oliver cancels a convention to attend their baby's next ultrasound. Susan panics during an MRI scan.
By KGF Vissers:
Marco cleverly makes Carmella admit that she loves him. Kirsten's actual return into Mikey's life makes Janae jealous, Ned proposes an adjustment period. Susan tells the family she's diagnosed with MS, even Karl is near breakdown. Josh Taylor 'jealously' gives Bridget the kick in the pants she needs to try again. Oliver encourages Declan to seek contact again too.
By KGF Vissers:
Kirsten's trick succeeded in making Janae look irrational and stirs trouble with Ned. After Mickey slips out of his chest incident, his mean mother demands equal parenting rights and equal time with him. While Rachel seems to find a new friend in Angus, Declan is left watching how Bridget ignores him, dating instead her wheelchair-bound 'coach' Josh. Karl finally tells the twins that Susan has MS, but she's just in the manageable early stages. Secretly bankrupt Valda sells all.
By KGF Vissers:
Ned and Jane try to spare Mikey while fighting about having to share him with Kirsten. Karl feels Susan needs psychiatric coaching after Libby encourages her to deny the MS diagnosis. Zeke understands and hides the official school notice about the swimming pool fight. Bridget brutally rejects Declan's romantic efforts to make up, so he tries a more direct approach.
By KGF Vissers:
Didge ignores Declan -who tells Oliver he's not giving up- and publicly kisses Josh; only the mother feels like encouraging the cocky, older teenage boy. Janae is very uncomfortable with Ned helping Kirsten prepare Mikey's room. Libby misbehaves and her husband Darren arrives early and gets an icy reception, again at Karl's expense.
By KGF Vissers:
Ned tries to reassure Janae Kirsten doesn't stand a chance with him and reminds his ex so. Karl finds out Libby bitched to him and Darren because of their own infidelity incident. Riley's editor Brad Jordan refuses Elle's article as no longer current. Adam saves Valda's inadvertently insurance-fraudulent bacon. Susan's MS-diagnosis getting known rattles the street, so she's welcomed back with a barbecue party.
By KGF Vissers:
Marco organizes a classy Christmas party for his suppliers, and invites Carmie's and her as enthusiastic co-host. Adam shows his ring that he will propose to Pepper with. To stop Frazer making a citizen's arrest of her car's 'thief', Trevor Devlin, Valda must admit her secret; Toadie gets her a deal. Nothing can amuse MS-terrorized Zeke, but Angus gets a date with Rachel. Everybody welcomed Darren, until he confesses his infidelity.
By KGF Vissers:
Marco's classy Christmas party is a hit. He presents Carmella to his sister. First she refuses the guest room, later even kisses her way in. Stress-crushed Zeke sneaks out to attend the rock concert. He behaves well and makes a girl-friend who admires his nerdy knowledge, yet is scolded by his clueless step-sister. Rach pretends to be a university student after Angus gets her in although she's under-age, but next day her lie catches up - at school.
By KGF Vissers:
Staying over at Marco's, Carmella is intimidated by a surprise visit from his sister Mia and mother Patrizia, but she handles them masterly. Angus is furious to discover liar Rachel is actually in his class, not at university, and dumps her completely. Darren is shocked that Libby coldly cuts him out of Ben's life and moves in back with Karl, however warmly the kid welcomes step-dad back. Incompatible loyalties start dividing all of Ramsay Street.
By KGF Vissers:
Marco reminds his family that Carmella is his choice, but she tells him the relationship is going 'too fast', then admits to be in love with him. Angus shows Rachel who's boss in his English class and discovers Ringo is (was) her boyfriend. Zeke already starts guessing the truth. It breaks Darren's heart he can't tell adoring Ben when they may be reunited. Jane encourages Ned to attend his Oakie reunion, but is really jealous finding out Kirsten will too.
By KGF Vissers:
Zeke and Karl are delighted that Susan's eyesight has returned. While Ned and Kirsten attends their Oakie reunion, Janae meets 'leper' Darren and hangs out with Riley. By the time Janae arrives, they are stuck with car trouble, reminiscing. Angus is pleased that Rachel makes a real effort in his class.
By KGF Vissers:
Janae arrives at the Oakie reunion just in time - to draw the wrong conclusions when Ned and Kirsten are re-crowned prom king & queen, make a scene and doubt Ned's love - needlessly. While Susan insist on going hiking with next door neighbors, Karl thinks about going for a hospital job, only an emergency proves he's still capable. Paul encourages brand new newspaper cadet Elle, who learns to pay her dues.
By KGF Vissers:
Ned can't believe he's getting the blame for what Boyd and Kirsten put Janae through. Marco tells Carmella they don't have to spend every minuet together and makes her miss him constantly. Karl is angry and hurt when Susan flippantly dismisses his 'non-understanding' warnings that she can't just go hiking in her MS condition. The men are grudgingly commandeered to do the work when their girls decide to take over from Harold as Christmas decorators, to the impatient kids' joy. Libby finally realizes she should appreciate Darren as Ben's dad, not lament Drew.
By KGF Vissers:
Just now the Christmas spirit and jogging bring Ned and Jane back together, Steiger decides to sell: they may have to move. Rosie suggests Marco could buy the house, now his mate returns from Croatia. Oliver fears that he will be squeezed out completely. Darren is delighted that Libby finally invites him again - well for brunch at least. They ponder whether to return to Shepperton, Ben says the main thing is staying together. Editor Brad Jordan sees through Riley and Elle's favors-trade and forbids it.
By KGF Vissers:
Ned and Mikey convince Janae that making up with Kirsten is the best Christmas present. The Parker brothers want to buy the house 50-50. But Steve didn't count on Janae as 4th partner and Marco also considers the property. Oliver still needs reassurance about his paternal role. Fitzy is recruiting a sports team.
By KGF Vissers:
The kids all plan to start the summer holiday attending an illegal dance (rave) hidden from the parental party. Riley and Elle know but intend to sneak in for a scoop. Angus announces his Erisborough contract runs off. Dumb Didge spills the beans, but ever-clever Zeke and Frazer's kindness save the plan. The Parker property problem gets a surprising solution. Libby still makes life hard for Darren.
By KGF Vissers:
Ned tells Janae the other parkers won't have her as unmarried house deal partner, she takes that as betrayal and has a wining session with fellow scorned-step-parent Darren, seen comfort-hugging by Kirsten. The kids and undercover reports enjoy the illegal dance, despite pitiful facilities and confusion who is how close with whom. Rachel however cares only for Angus, even found-out. Then it happens...
By KGF Vissers:
The moment Janae kisses Darren, she feels a miserable hypocrite, he just tells her not to tell anyone. Alas Erinsborough has worse trouble: the illegal dance venue has collapsed. Rachel was planning a secret love affair with her ex-teacher Angus, so she doesn't know when Frazer's cab arrives at the cinema. The parents get all bad news mixed up. Some rush in among rescue workers, some kids are found, then there's another explosion.
By KGF Vissers:
After the second cave-in, Karl, the undercover reporters and various kids are stuck. Ringo and Declan make up with Didge and Jessica. Fitzy accepts Oakie-volunteers Ned and Steve to join the rescue team, which progresses slowly. Lou and Marco provide catering. Zeke feels he's a lesser priority to Karl then his biological kids.
By KGF Vissers:
While Karl is obsessed with finding Libby, Zeke gets them out. In the end only Jessica isn't saved, the others are or will be fine. Ringo and Zeke feel somehow guilty. Kirsten enjoys torturing Janae with her and Darren's single kiss, but they are overheard themselves. Paul forces chief surgeon Dr. James Brittain to operate on Elle personally as a matter of courtesy to the hospital's benefactors.
By KGF Vissers:
Ned finds out Janae kissed Darren, and Kirsten's blackmail. They soon make up, but a sneer to unsuspecting Mikey saying that can't go to Queensland with his mother causes him to run away. Ringo is healing physically, but emotionally scarred by Jessica's death. Karl fears that Zeke isn't his lovable self because he feels 'only' adopted. Angus pushes Rachel away again. Brad fires Riley and Elle- on 48 hours 'probation'.
By KGF Vissers:
Runaway Mikey is brought home by Kirsten, for once. Ned makes up with both his boy and his girl. Frazer warns Marco there's no way to make their Cammeniti girls listen to reason. Yet Marco and Oliver do a great job. Ringo and Zeke seek comfort jogging together but still can't deal with the accident's emotional fall-out. Angus can't enjoy his time with Rachel, worried anyone would find out. Janae's mother has a nasty surprise.
By KGF Vissers:
Heavily-pregnant Carmella is wheeled into hospital, early, by Marco and Oliver, without major complications. Frazer consoles Ringo - one failed attempt to deliver Jessica's dying message to her mother isn't failing yet. The Parkers can only hope that nobody will outbid them - alas, Tim Collins obviously can. Josh feels his welcome is half-hearted but is assured Didge no longer loves Declan, and makes sure his ex-rival knows that. Ringo's successful next attempt comforts both. Zeke misses his Kinski parents more then ever. Ringo thinks up an ideal goodbye for his class.
By KGF Vissers:
Carmella is well after a cesarean, but the baby fighting for its life. Paul insists in vain that Elle, who is released from hospital but has nightmares, should reconsider a career in hotel management. Both welcome Riley, as newspaper colleague viz. distraction. Lou openly campaigns against Tim's plan for development on the site of Janelle's house.
By KGF Vissers:
Karl normalizes his life - except with Zeke, who still feels as if he doesn't quite belong, a fact of life. Now the baby is out of danger, Marco and Oliver reconcile themselves with the name Chloe, and the fact that each other are both going to be around. Frazer gives Rosie the strength to support Carmella, only to hear her doubt her own maternal strength.
By KGF Vissers:
Karl starts working as a hospital registrar. Carmella vows to devote 'her life' to motherhood. She pushes everyone away, especially Marco, claiming Chloe needs all her attention. Rosie and Oliver's gang decide to make her home ready for the new arrival, while Karl counsels her. Fitzy is looking for a cheap place to live, so Lou suggests moving in with him at Harold's place.
By KGF Vissers:
Karl has no idea who his cultivated new kidney failure patient is: Richard Aaronow, who seems tired of life. Oliver and Carmella's baby is being welcomed to normal life, with a street barbecue. Mikey is in heaven with Steve's furry patients. Miranda fears his bookkeeping mess may wreck their hope for bank financing the house. Angus is offered a full-time position and gives Rachel a present. Fitzy is offered Carmella's room in Frazer's place.
By KGF Vissers:
Ned is disgusted that Janae's slip of the tongue revealed that Darren kissed her. At least they can reassure Mikey they will stay together. Libby and Karl nearly go berserk, robbing Ben of his beloved father viz. breaking up with the Parkers for not telling them earlier. Janae feels guilty enough to move out to relative Toadie, although Steph is on Libby's side.
By KGF Vissers:
Now Darren is rejected by Libby and Jane has moved out from Ned's, all four are miserable - Mikey is furious to be 'betrayed'; Ben doesn't know yet. Fitzy's move and Angus reappointment stir up the school kids. Fitzy watches Angus and Didge like a hawk, still the wrong suspect, and informs Steve. Carmella is finally home, but has to wait with Oliver for Chloe.
By KGF Vissers:
Now Didge had lied that the initiative was hers, Angus is cleared, but her parents want to send her to a Catholic girls school. Darren and Libby make a mess of 'explaining' to Ben that he looses his surrogate father again, but finds solace with Mikey and Ned. Frazer fails to make Marco postpone moving to Perth till Carmella settles down. Declan guesses the truth, turns on yellow liar Rachel and reveals the facts.
By KGF Vissers:
Declan has told Fitzy that Rachel is Angus' girlfriend, but Didge and Angus deny it so the honest boy becomes a grilled suspect himself. Rosie tries to make Carmella understand that letting Marco go is a colossal error, this strategy fails with Marco too. Karl tries to bring Oliver to visit with Richard (who is dying), but overheard by Paul he moves out.
By KGF Vissers:
Karl is sworn to secrecy by dying Richard. Paul knows, but believes Rebbecca is better off not knowing. Oliver and Declan find out he's in another hospital and find him. Oliver emotionally blackmails his dying dad to confront his mother. Zeke tries to console both Susan and Rachel, but she is desperate and furious that her love is completely ignored as an 'abuse crime'. Janae is touched that Ned lets Mikey play grease-monkey with her, and that the boy wants her back in their daily lives.
By KGF Vissers:
Unlike Riley, Elle accepts Brad's intention to cover the scandal. While Declan and Oliver deal with their father's death, Rebecca keeps on at Paul, who only tried to spare her and pushes Declan to attend the funeral. Rachel is desperate to help Angus, who doesn't even look at her anymore. The official interview is rather hostile. Zeke tries to get through to Rach, Susan to Angus.
By KGF Vissers:
Emotional blackmail makes Declan attend his father Richard's funeral anyway, where the school praises the late inspiring leader, while the family comes for closure only. Susan finally manages to make Angus lie to Rachel, who refuses to be treated as an immature lover, to say that he 'never loved her'. Now Elle has dumped Riley, they rival professionally without mercy.
By KGF Vissers:
When Angus lies, virtually on Susan's instructions, never to have loved Rachel, it breaks both hearts and she runs away. Mikey tries to make Janae move back and marry daddy Ned by moving her things, and achieves a 'sleepover'. Marco works on a farm in Western Australia. Oliver proves good daddy material and learns Marco is 'not quite divorced' from some Marissa.
By KGF Vissers:
Janae telling Ben she kissed Darren rather stirs then sooths. Rachel's fugue causes panic on the home front, while in fact she crashes penniless with classmate Taylah, editor Brad Jordan's daughter. Marco has proved himself the perfect winery employee, but hesitates to sign a year-long contract. Oliver realizes Carmella really wants him back, now Chloe is coming home.
By KGF Vissers:
Janae's decision to move north to her mother's family 'because she can't be the mother Mikey deserves' leaves Ned bitterly heart-broken. Mikey is confused worse then ever. Zeke reads ingrate Rachel the riot act, but she is still considering moving to Adelaide. Ringo adds his Carmella-experience, Zeke finally reveals that Susan made Angus lie. Marco is told to consider fully before he signs up to the winery, and calls Carmella.
By KGF Vissers:
Marco and Carmie phone for ages until he brings up the contract and she enthusiastically begs him to give it a miss. Oliver grudgingly hears his rival will return and consults Mia. Zeke, Ringo and their mates scold Rachel's selfish secrecy, but only Taylor's dad Brad rats to the other parents. Now Zeke defends her to Susan, but Rachel rages up to 'I hate you'. Declan finally enjoys some attention from Briget, however grumpy.
By KGF Vissers:
Angus tells Fitzy how it started before Rachel was his student and asks him to look out for her. Oliver, Frazer and Carmella are confused about what to believe - whether Marco is returning to her or not. When he does, she even tells him to move in. The Parker boys now hope they may finance the house after all. When Mikey's refusal to pack and send Janae's things brings Ned to tears, Steve advises to show his feelings and share quality-time. Susan has a hard time making the first move.
By Anonymous:
Libby and Steph head to Shepparton so Libby can close that chapter of her life. Bridget's recovery is almost complete. Steph has just gotten her divorce papers but she's hiding it from Toadie. When Valda accidentally tells Toadie, what will happen?
By KGF Vissers:
After Marco confides in Carmella that his dream was not to take over the family business but to start his own restaurant, she tells him to do so instead of bidding on the house the Parkers want to buy. Libby and Steph meet locals Ky and Pete while pondering Toadie's proposal and the concept of marriage. A Valentine's card from dad causes confused embarrassment.
By KGF Vissers:
The Parkers learn that Marco will be bidding against them, as well as nasty lawyer Tim Collins, and they are unlikely to be deterred by making the place look messy or political opposition to his development project. Steve outbids his family limit: $600, 000 they can't raise. Steph and Toadie still wrestle with his marriage proposal.
By KGF Vissers:
Steve is proud that the house makes the kids happy, but as Ned feared Miranda considers passing their bidding limit. Rosie refuses Melany's mother's class action case about the cave-in as overstretching a small firm's resources, but Paul encourages Rebecca to 'do the leg work for them'. Steph and Toadie finally decide to get married instead of announcing a break-up.
By KGF Vissers:
Frazer heroically catches up with the thief who ran away with the laptop of just-arrived newspaper reporter Heather. Meanwhile Rosie puts the 'S' in stress, as it turns out because of some good news she can't appreciate. Ned and the kids make Steve and Miranda understand it's time for Parker peace.
By KGF Vissers:
Frazer is tickled pink when the initially inconclusive pregnancy kit turns out clearly positive. Karl confirms and calls then promising parents, Rosie has huge doubts. Fraze can't tell anyone, but Ringo is an excellent guesser. Rachel finally returns to school, where Justin leads the gossip pack, not an ideal start for Libby. Alas defender Declan cops detention too from Fitzy. Elle is a stressed pest with Riley and new senior reporter Heather, so those two take to each-other and the beach. Paul makes Brad put her on indefinite leave.
By Jon Brown :
Serial chronicling the lives of the residents of Ramsay Street in the fictional Australian suburb of Erinsborough. When the series began, it revolved around three families - the Ramsays, the Robinsons and the Clarkes, living at no. 24, no. 26 and no. 28 respectively. Nowadays, the scope of the programme is much wider and only one member of the original families remains in the street. The show reached a watershed in 1997 when the last remaining original character, Helen Daniels, died. The departure of her relatives and arrival of the Scully family marked the start of a new era for Neighbours. There's never a dull moment in Ramsay Street, and despite their many feuds, the residents will always - in the words of the show's theme tune - "be there for one another".
By Moe-6:
Now Australia's longest-running drama series entering its 17th year of production, Neighbours follows the lives and dramas of the residents of Ramsay Street, a quiet cul de sac in the fictitious Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough. Originally focusing on three families - the Ramsays, Robinsons and Clarkes - the show went on to achieve international fame in the late 1980s when the characters of Scott Robinson and Charlene Mitchell were married after a courtship that captured the hearts of millions of viewers. The other characters of the time were equally as popular, including such legends as the street's resident busybody Mrs. Mangel, widower Jim Robinson, his ruthless businessman son Paul and fuddy duddy Harold Bishop, who went on to marry no-nonsense Madge Ramsay - granddaughter of Jack Ramsay, the man the street was named after. Over the years, hundreds of characters have come and gone - and as the original families have moved on, other families have replaced them including the Willises, Starks, and Martins, and later the Kennedys, Scullys and Hancocks. For many years, the matriarch of the show was Helen Daniels, the glamorous granny who was always on hand to give the residents advice and support over a cup of herbal tea until her death in 1997 after 12 years on the show.
By marv-84:
As Ramsay Street gathers to celebrates the engagements of Des & Jane and Henry & Bronwyn, Joe & Kerry add a third to the proceedings. Mike returns but is not in the mood party, and Hilary, realizing she could lose Matt, reveals the truth about his identity.
By marv-84:
As a result of his Buck's Night's Prank, Henry finds himself naked 50km away from Erinsborough and must find a way back before the wedding. Meanwhile, back in Ramsay Street, There's a drought as the water board have shut off all the water in the street!
By marv-84:
The Myster of "Linda Giles" is uncovered when Caroline Alessi introduces herself and her sister, Christina to Melanie. On his birthday, Todd finds a new friend in Josh Anderson. Later, Todd receives a shock when he finds his friend has asked Melissa out!
By marv-84:
Helen manages to stop Clarrie from jumping into the lake and Darryl Cotton fever is high in Erinsborough and Madge gets the chance to meet the man himself up close and personal; Is there more to her returning his lost pen than meets the eye?
By marv-84:
Matt and Gemma wake up in hospital. Matt is fine, albeit a broken arm but Gemma can't feel her legs and Tom blames Matt for the accident. Dorothy ends up unintentionally flooring Lefty and Jim is surprised when Glen Donnelly turns up on his doorstep claiming to be his son!
By marv-84:
Todd, Josh, Melissa and Cody face a dilemma - own up to the Science lab explosion and risk suspension or become pariahs for keeping quiet about it. Melissa shocks her friends when she agrees to take the blame single-handedly and face Dorothy's wrath. At Number 26, Glen and Lucy continue having difficulty with their feelings.
By marv-84:
Paul and Glen exchange punches in the street but Jim steps in to separate his warring sons, meanwhile the Willises are reunited after Doug and Pam spring Brad from jail in Bahgee. Later, Josh and Brad bond over surfing and Paul is quarantined at Number 28 after contracting a virus brought in by Brad!
By marv-84:
Todd catches Josh out - He's been able to see clearly for the last day and has been continuing to play blind in order for Lucy to fawn over him. Simon takes news Joe and Melanie's relationship badly and Gaby and Glen have a heated exchange - is there something more under the surface?
By KMJvet:
Todd is writing to his email girlfriend and hoping they can meet up. Caroline has sympathy pains because Christina, who is nervous about giving birth, is in labour. Martin is keeping Caroline company and they fall asleep while waiting. Once the news comes that the baby boy has been born, Martin kisses Caroline on the cheek as a gesture of congratulations and follows this with a proper kiss. Paul is joyful at the birth of his son Andrew.
By marv-84:
Todd's funeral is an emotional affair and Jim and Brad's eulogies are particularly moving. Overcome Phoebe flees from the church and seeks comfort in a letter Todd wrote his mother. After the service, Bob Landers snatches a gun from his police guard and takes Helen hostage.
By marv-84:
Dorothy is only willing to listen to Bob's demands when he begins smashing up her artifacts. Bob's only demand is money to get away, so while Dorothy goes to get it Phoebe uses her pregnancy to get the upper hand on Bob. Meanwhile, Pam comes over to Number 30 but risks her own life in the process. Brad rushes to save his mother and a gunshot is heard - who catches a bullet?
By marv-84:
Philip and Julie, in particular are blazing over the revelation that Cameron is Chamber's lawyer and blame him for trying to change Hannah's story about the attempted abduction. Meanwhile, Debbie and Phoebe fear for a pregnant girl's safety.
By marv-84:
Stubborness is a common theme on Ramsay Street today - first with Marco wanting to track down his long-lost sister and Jim wanting to enter the bikeathon against the advice of their respective family owners. Jim becomes a cropper as a result of his actions.
By marv-84:
Gaby is annoyed when she finds out Doug sabotaged Marco to help her win and matters aren't helped when the female models she booked for the shoot cancel on her. Luckily Brad is on hand to help or at least is roped into doing so. Marco continues his search for the long-lost Alessi sibling and Helen receives some shocking news.
By marv-84:
Beth is disappointed when Brad knocks her offer of being her first back. Lou panics about Madge's being late back from Queensland but is at ease when she comes home and Marco is even happier with the further developments in the search for his sister.
By marv-84:
Rick tracks Michael down in Sydney but he is resistant to return to Erinsborough. Debbie, worried about both brother and boyfriend flees to find them. Elsewhere, Doug warns Brad about getting involved with Lauren in the wake of Cameron leaving town.
By marv-84:
As Jim lies dead on the kitchen floor, Fiona prepares to withdraw his life savings and flee Erinsborough. Elsewhere Russell puts his plan to drive a wedge between Stephen and Phoebe at Number 30 into action. Rosemary arrives and discovers Jim's body on the floor and alerts Julie and Helen. Rosemary and Julie then have a huge argument which results in Helen fainting.
By marv-84:
Stephen decides not to got to rehab, much to Phoebe's happiness. Cheryl Stark takes an interest in Lou after he leaves his wallet at her pub. Meanwhile Helen's drinking is a cause for concern from Annalise. She approaches her only to be blasted for meddling.
By marv-84:
Brad's horse comes up a loser, but will he tell Lauren? Helen invites a friend to join her but an empty wine bottle adds to Wayne and Annalise's suspicions. The Martins have a tough time of it when Philip and Julie battle over Hannah's welfare.
By marv-84:
Darren, or rather, "Freddo" arrives in Ramsay Street and works his charm on Debbie. Debbie visits Michael in Juvenile Hall who warns her about Darren/Freddo, will she listen? Doug and Pam take the plunge when they go diving and Cheryl purchases The Waterhole.
By marv-84:
Phoebe has a go at Wayne for leaving Stephen unattended but Stephen defends his friend and tells her this will be a common recurrence during his recovery. Helen puts everything in perspective after Evelyn's death. And Rick's own life is in danger - will he stop the car in time?
By marv-84:
Hannah is forced to fess up about the prank calls, Debbie gives the Eulogy at Gary Briggs' memorial service but Gary's father, Alan thinks that the students should see Gary's car as a reminder. In happier events, Brett and Michael are bowled over by cricket Michael Whitney when he visits Erinsborough High.
By marv-84:
Doug and Pam says goodbye to Ramsay Street after four years and get a warm turn-out for their departure. Meanwhile, next door Philip and Julie are still at each other's throats and it is clearly taking it's toll on the family. Helen finally snaps and tells Julie to shape up or ship out!
By marv-84:
The new school year begins at Erinsborough High and Toadie is keen to knuckle down to prove to Angie he's changed, meanwhile Danni is dreading repeating Year 12 and it doesn't help when people are pointing it out to her that she failed previously. Helen also jumps on the back to school wagon and joins Eden Uni as a mature student.
By marv-84:
Despite literally falling flat on his face, Toadie gets a kiss from Sarah for his chivalry. Madge helps Harold remember his past a step at a time and Philip and Ruth have an argument about their children leading Ruth to reveal Hannah and Lance are apparently dating again.
By marv-84:
Christmas descends on Ramsay Steet as Lance and Toadie play matchmaker with Bill and Anne. Phil and Ruth share a kiss, Harold and Madge rejoice in their reunion. All seems Happy until Malcolm suffers a life-threatening accident at work, will Karl save his son's life?
By marv-84:
After hearing Cath's confession about kissing Darren, Malcolm dumps her and punches Darren. Toadie and Lance lead Debbie a merry dance with fake orders for the coffee shop and Libby is distraught when Sarah unwittingly spills the beans about the aggro between her brother and her boyfriend.
By marv-84:
Harold and Madge relive Harold's disappearance when they visit the beach where Harold was swept off the rocks several years earlier and Malcolm's mood is no better after spending a night away from home after Karl pries into the mess between him, Catherine, Darren and Libby.
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All three Kennedy children have relationship issues. Firstly Mal, is adamant he is going to Europe and will not be swayed. Libby still won't have a bar of Darren and is shocked when he proposes. Billy and Anne both want more than friendship.
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Mal prepares to depart for England but he has a fellow passenger - Catherine. Meanwhile younger brother Billy resolves things with Anne and after batting the engagement ring intended for Libby into Lassiter's lake Darren decides to get away for a bit too.
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Lance and Billy's boxing match is cut short when Ben berates them for their idiocy due to their lack of skill. Lance, however ignores advice from friends and family and is adamant he wants to box. Later, Hannah tests the flying fox but suffers an injury after falling.
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It's Ben's big day on the track, will he finally beat Steve? Bill and Caitlin share a kiss in Sydney, unaware Anne has tracked them down. Meanwhile, Karl and Sarah give into a moment of weakness in the surgery and Just as Phil proposes to Ruth, disaster strikes on the racetrack when's Ben's live is on the line.
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Nick and Caitlin bid farewell to Erinsborough but not before Caitlin leaves a little reminder to remember them by. Lolly causes a minor scare for Drew Libby and Lou when she is covered in the blood of the defrosting meat joint. Billy and Toadie fall out over Karl and Sarah
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Madge and Harold panic when the Health Inspector shows up at the coffee shop but are ultimately relieve when they pass. Later Paul opens up about his parents' alcoholism to Madge and Harold. Tad agrees to stay in Erinsborough and while helping Lance put away his Year 12 notes in the loft, Philip is stung by vicious wasps.
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Flick comes face to face with her stalker, who happens to be the Erinsborough High bin bomber. Fortunately, Joel saves the day. Tad witness the tail end of a confrontation between Susan and Jess, resulting in Jess being floored - is there more to this than meets the eye?
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As Madge's final hours draw nearer and nearer, Harold, Paul and Tad try to steel themselves for the inevitable. Elsewhere, Steph has to make a tough management decision and Lou and Matt enter 'Spag Madge' in the Pub competition. At Number 24 as Harold makes plans for the future, Madge quietly slips away.
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Dean Hearn is still throwing his weight around at Erinsborough High, and Leo along with it. Evan believes him but Susan's clouded judgment leaves her to suggest that maybe Evan's making a mountain out of a molehill. In better news, Drew confirms Libby is pregnant.
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Darcy befriends a patient of Karl's but will he go against his medical ethics and date her? Lyn can't take anymore of Joe's snoring and forces him to see a doctor. Connor strips for the hen party and he and Michelle share a passionate kiss. Marc makes plans for the honeymoon.
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Karl is left feeling sheepish after realizing he's the only Mr Erinsborough calendar model at the launch party in the pub. It's understandable as he's dressed as a Roman Emperor. However at home, Susan isn't laughing as slips on some milk and lands on the kitchen floor.
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Ruby confesses her deeds to Rosie, who is then left with a dilemma. Karl battles his demons over his drinking and Boyd and Daniel devise a scheme to peep on the Scully girls in the bathroom, which leads to a misunderstanding between Max and Joe.
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A mock psychological and IQ test especially depresses Ringo, who can barely stand the sight of Dan, who gave the test, anymore. Susan's trusts issue with Karl, even now she knows about Nicola's medical condition, causes grave tensions in the Kennedy household. Paul enjoys showing Karl the car cleaning bill for Audrey's vomit and telling Susan now writes for his newspaper. Karl offers to limit his London trips and take her along. Uninformed Dan, who suffers from dog allergy, and his house-mate speculate Nicola may be pregnant, Karl 'the father'.
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After saving Carmie and Chloe once he realizes she fell asleep with the stove on, Ringo is too confused to accept richly deserved praise, even feels guilty not to have acted instantly. While Ned calls Steve to report Mikey missing from Perth, the rascal sneaks up on Callum and gets his help to hide out in his room. Declan takes full blame, undeserved, to be halfheartedly 'forgiven' by Bridget. Dan and Luke start to make up, realizing selfish Libby will never give either brother a serious chance.
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The Parker home is operation search Mikey's HQ. Nicola causes more panic because Pete is our on bail, but the police reports he never left the halfway house. Declan gets locked up a while with Rachel and Donna, who keeps pressing her to accept singing in Ty's band. Callum rejects reproaches for not coming forward and takes off. He follows Mikey's trail to the city via Lucas, who ignored either being runaways.
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Donna scolds Ty because his band mates called on audition for the singer post Ty offered Rachel, who initially refused. He still promises to get her in, but Logan Ellis refuses to give her a preferential treatment, recalling an earlier disaster. Dan and Toadie lost Callum's track in the city, but he found Micky and tricks him so they can be picked up. Back home, Callum makes the Parkers understand Mikey wanted out of Perth because his ma and work prevent poor Ned from spending time with the kid, who also misses his Ramsey Street friends. So 'grandpa' Lou will go check in Perth. Karl tells Pete, who wants to sue the hospital for the blood-test behind his back, that allows possibly life-saving early treatment. He takes his case to the newspaper, bumping onto Susan.
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Ty fixed his own band's singer audition so Rachel wouldn't have any real competition. But Sienna surprisingly impresses his mates even more. Susan defends Karl against Pete's complaint and tells Elle, who soon guesses the rest, a nurse drew the sneaky blood test. She buys exclusivity from Pete, Karl convinces Nicola to inform the hospital board. Facing suspension, she lies.
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Dan's counseling has restored Ringo's eating disorder confidence, but Rebecca's meddling stresses his friendship with Carmie. Nicola's wicked lies cause Karl to be suspended. Susan warns she'll expose her secrets. Luke cruelly abuses Declan and Ringo to rival with Dan as Dingoes leader.
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Dan can barely concentrate on either the Dingoes' crucial match or his principal job solicitation. Lucas' lies nearly make the kids follow his foul plan, but Ty gets him to admit the truth, and they win Dan's way. Haughty Libby sneers poor presentation will ruin Dan's chances. Then she messes up her own after choosing to help adoptive sibling Zeke with an essay now the IQ test frustration shakes the kid's brains-based self-esteem.
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After Dan's unselfish love declaration to Libby, she finally kisses back and starts stressing about her dating- wardrobe! Pete complains to Paul none of his exclusive interview info was used in Susan's article. He plans to overrule Elle, but is scared off by litigation risks. Pete takes other action.
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Pete has kidnapped Elle and Susan. Karl wants to give in, anything, Paul to outsmart the lowlife. Ty is miserable now the band welcomes sexy Sienna as singer, and gets abused by Rachel for not believing in her. Seeing Luke's picture stops Dan at the last moment from making love to Libby.
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Pete releases Susan, then get Paul's help to switch Elle for Seve, who manages to overpower Pete soon after. Susan and Elle now write his story, to Paul's satisfaction. Libby's bad influence turns tormented Dan cruel to the kids in gym, especially love-sick Declan. Luke tells Dan he has bought Ned's garage and expects to get Libby back within weeks. Miranda wants to forgive Nicola.
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While the Dingos enjoy Carmella's victory treat dinner, Ringo assures he's mate he's over her because of Donna. Declan's joy over getting his drivers's license is blunted by fear Didge dumped him over someone else, but it's quite the contrary. Nicola's late confession clears Karl. Steve moves back home, Riley refuses. Luke admits Dan deserves Libby, not him.
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The Dingos play a rough match, particularly scary for Zeke, who faces ruthless Asian attacker Braydon, whose sister shouts even more beastly then Rebecca. Yet Zeke scores the winning goal. Declan misses the game, 'making up' for Bridget Riley-quest-absence and their first go with condoms. Mikey strikes their blackmail potential. Ringo and Donna face her dad, cop Matt Freedman.
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Not content to have stolen cop dad's car, Donna speeds in it. When Ringo finally gets her to stop, they undress to make love. Her delight to discover he's a virgin is rudely crushed when dad Matt drags 'culprit' Ringo out. Sneaking in seen only by amused Zeke fails. Karl and Susan take his side, especially when Donna stops by and Matt comes drag her home. They make Ringo promise to given them space after learning about the car theft. It inspires them to nostalgic backseat naughtiness in their car, alas seen by Zeke and Ringo. Meanwhile admirer Callum fails to help Nicola make up with the Parkers.
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Donna only realizes Ringo was right to rebuke her reckless driving after running over Bronte, one of Nicola's dogs, which the kids bring to Steve. Luke flirts with Elle, admitting Libby is Dan's, and lets Ringo persuade him to repair Donna's pa's cop car. Donna now leans completely on sweetly supportive Ringo. Mikey now blackmails Declan for sweats, then chooses friendship.
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After police sergeant Matt Freedman hears Nicola is missing, he starts a search. She's found and hospitalized badly hurt. Donna still refuses to come forward, even threatens Ringo to lie he was driving dad's 'stolen' car. But Paul is onto the truth. Unsuspecting Declan enjoys his shirtless night alone with Didge. Now Libby has the principal's job Dan practically gave her, she keeps complaining to him about it more then kissing him.
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Ringo stands by Donna, despite her mean panic-threat. That gives her courage to confess everything to dad, police sergeant Matt, who tries to cover their tracks. Meanwhile Ringo tells Lucas, who is surprised Matt falsified evidence intending to bury the case, even blackmails Lucas to play along and leave town. Paul still fishes for the truth. Lucas still flirts with Elle, who guesses the truth. Sienna is nervous as band singer in training and adopts Rachel as 'good luck charm', to her and Ty's reunited joy.
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Matt expects key witness Ringo to help cover up Donna's accident. When the honest boy warns her that turns it into a crime, she dumps him. Suspicious Elle learns the truth from Lucas. Sienna has stage-fright at her Nothing Doing band debut, so Rachel accepts to do back-up vocals. Both do well, but afterward Logan kisses Sienna and Rachel believes Ty when pretending to Logan he's over 'Angus's high-maintenance ex'. Ben enthusiastically encourages Dan dating, even kissing, his ma, despite dubious dance talent.
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Ringo and Donna come report the accident, but her cop dad Matt convinces even Toadie she's making it all up. He gets Donna to dump Ringo, but she sees dad man-handling the poor pup and threatening to throw him in juvenile prison on trumped charges. Elle protects their and Lucas's uneasy secret from Paul, but they end up telling detective Alec Skinner, who arrests the fiend. Now Lucas has turned to Elle, Dan is invited for dinner with Susan and Karl, who uneasily makes clear they expect the Lucas loose end to be dealt with.
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Ringo senses something is wrong after Donna's dad Matt's release on bail. Indeed he left her a note to keep quiet to give him a few days ahead he jumped bail, fearing cop bashing in jail. Elle arranged for Ty's band to perform (again successfully, with Rachel) at Lucas's "George Henson" photography exhibition. As Lucas feared, the gallery refuses to remove his 'emotional nude' series of Libby, she considers it a breach of private trust and Dan, whose first intimate night with her kept being postponed, publicly starts a fight.
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Loosing Angus's ring, actually in Ty's car, forces Rachel to consider if she can have a new start with Ty. Libby now pretends to be used in the brothers' battle, stirred by Stef to dump Dan. Donna keeps pretending dad Matt is around but sends him a message to leave her life for good 'you coward'.
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Dan slaves all night over a letter for Libby, whom Stefanie 'diverted' wit a food-fight, but comes up with a solution Lucas grimly learns: he bought the picture for her. After overhearing Miranda's sisterly concern may be overruled by Steve when she's better, Nicola awakes with amnesia, which Bridget guesses to be faked.
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Ringo brings the happy news big brother Frazer just called from Italy: it's a baby-boy, called Marco. Dan's bride bails out of a holiday to attend pyromaniac Jay's impending trial. Bridget tests Nicola's amnesia or faking by telling her the whole disgusting truth. Declan comforts her when she feels guilty. Lou losses patience with bothersome Mikey, then finds a solution for the boy's feeling neglected as adults focus on Nicola in hospital.
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Having found and hidden Angus's ring, Ty agonizes over returning it, first takes Declan's advice not to, then betrays himself and fears to have lost Rachel. Once she realizes he acted out of love, she orders him to attend a concert, where he promises to give her time. The Parkers are deeply divided over whether to believe Nicola has amnesia and let her be nursed by Nicola, as advised by Karl and Susan, or send her to their ma in Sidney.
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Rachel finally makes up her mind to embrace Ty's love and buries Angus's ring, he promises to go as slow as she needs. Although Steve tricked Nicola to kiss him, Miranda refuses to believe him and Bridget and brings the evil sister home, where she misbehaves on purpose to monopolize attention.
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The Dingoes need a new captain now Dan is abroad. Candidates include cocky veteran Lucas and bickering mates Ringo and Declan. Steve says his choice depends on the next training. The girls are setting up a cheerleader team and soon realize Elle is far best at it, since her year in the States. Steve opposes 'distraction on the field', but Elle gets the boys' support and carries sponsor Lassiter's cloud with the board. Declan's temper costs him the captainship: it's Ringo, with deputy Lucas. Nicola poisons Steve's food.
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Jealous of gentle captain Ringo, Declan constantly provokes him, despite Luke's interventions. Nicola's poison wrecks Steve. Paul allows Susan to cover the match against the Dingoes. The cheerleaders' debut is a hit. Declan's cocky nonsense ends up causing Ty to suffer a hand injury, so he fears for his guitar skills. Lou matches Logan with Sienna, straight on kissing terms.
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Lou tries to keep valued employee Sienna happy by encouraging Logan to date her again. Alas, he accepts to accompany her to Italy, visiting Frazer and Rosie. Nicola realizes Steve got a poison overdose finding her left-over lasagna. Callum sees her hide something in the Kennedy waste-bin. Didge firsts guesses she poisoned him after Carl's diagnosis. Her denial to Miranda ironically proves her amnesia is fake.
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Elle treats herself to an Oldtimer sports car, which Lucas predicts correctly will soon run into trouble. Miranda finally realizes instable Nicola's wickedness and informs Karl, but without helpful details or the poisoned lasagna. Nic even manages to visit Steve, who wakes up.
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Rachel pushes Ringo and his mates to 'apologize and make up with Ty' for the accident which hurt his hand, but he can't appreciate word or prank. Steve nearly dies, but pulls trough. After Declan finds the empty lasagna container, Miranda finally extracts a confession from Nicola, who knocks her down will maintaining her denial. The police still arrests her, but must now consider the possibility of madness instead of a 'sabe' motive.
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The Parkers completely reject Nicola now the murderous crazy monster believes or pretends to be Miranda. Only her dog Bronte is take in. Mikey however refuses to let Callum badmouth her. Their teacher considers informing the child welfare authorities. Psychiatrist Dr. Jeremy Levi recommends full time residential therapy for extreme paranoia. After Lucas stands up Elle for a date, she hates the surprise party Donna organized for her, at Paul's, where too much truth is told.
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Lucas makes up with Elle, helped by Donna's tip she's into stuffed cuddly animal toys. Libby overreacts absurdly when Donna embarrasses her with the truth about the Fitzgerald brothers, 'guardian' Elle makes her reduce the punishment. Callum is a total pest since the Nicola drama. Toadie looses faith in his parenting skills and lets the teacher call welfare. Against Susan's prudent advice, he arranges an aunt on a farm take the boy in, who feels abandoned again.
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Rachel needs Ringo's wise advice to decide to declare her love for Ty. She only gathers enough courage to slip him a note while he sleeps. Then she agonizes whether she should have, ignoring it got stuck in his cask. Miranda tries to cheer up Steve by booking dance lessons once he's well again. Luckily Declan sooths Didge's indignation and arranges a preview by the love-birds. The Dingoes are exposed to incompetent, dictatorial substitute 'coach' Rebecca, until Toadie, whose office authority she blatantly ignores, commandeers her for his quest to get Callum back after his memory and Steph decide his mind.
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Miranda spoils the day of the Dingoes final for still bed-ridden Steve by stopping Lou to get him traditional meat pies. His utterly incompetent bossy substitute 'coach' Rebecca is ruining the game itself for the alas still polite boys. Ringo and Declan feel it's the change of their life now a talent coach will attend. Only Paul realizes poor Declan 'scarifices his life' by not telling his clueless ma off, so he arranges national legend pro coach Hafey, whom the Dingoes cheer for ecstatically. Toadie takes Callum's aunt's word that the boy is happy on her farm with his cousin, but the suburban rascal actually hates the country even while playing with puppies.
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On the Dingoes's final day, Paul delivers legendary coach Hafey, but their first half goes badly, mainly because Declan is stress-struck. Ringoe does well as captain, but because Declan fails to give him a logical pass can't prove himself. Declan is generally scolded selfish, but still selected by a national league talent scout.
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The Dingoes can celebrate their final victory harmoniously as Ringo got a professional team offer too. On his bonding trip with Dan to Bali, Ben misbehaved on purpose, fearing he has to share his ma, who acts overprotective. Karl assures them Dan did everything right while babysitting Ben after he is hospitalized, having sneakily starved himself for three days. Donna puts everyone trough hell by her crazy mixed singles for Ringo, who she even blames for siding with her against her absconded dad. Still they end up together.
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Ringo is deeply embarrassed because Donna first thinks he's not interested in sex, then the Carmella experience made him frigid. Ultimately she's put in her place and duly punished, but Ringo forgives her. After Karl finds Ben's infection, he heals quickly. Susan makes Libby understand Ben doesn't object to Dan but fears loosing his latest father figure because of ma's fickle nonsense. Dan does his bit to reassure them all.
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After Zeke walking in on them, Donna tries to avoid further embarrassment by 'borrowing' an empty hotel-room. It ends all the worse as furious Elle discovers them in the act. Karl and Susan are rather amused, reassured they used protection, even inspired. Dan reneges on his acceptance of moving in with Lib and Steph, who argue Ben and their relationship need stability. However he prepares an even more momentous surprise. Callum keeps calling Toadie and hanging up. Finally his aunt takes the phone to ask a meeting, as the rascal can't get used to farm-life. He gets a warm welcome from a whole neighborhood delegation and cockily sets terms for his return.
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After Dan's proposal, he gets Ben's blessing after promising to be his caregiver and playmate too. Karl encourages Dan to take Libby's word their second wedding should be low-key, despite Susan. Elle crashes her car and blames passenger Donna for distracting her. Mechanic Luke, who pulled Elle out just before it exploded, proves it was a wreck waiting to go wrong Car. Salesman Jason Healey refunds her 110%, to avoid an insurance investigation. His lover Sascha sells a pick-up to Ringo, who actually can barely afford $5,000 with Zeke, who digs into his annual trust fund allowance behind Susan's back for their dream.
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Ringo dares Donna to dump her openly rather then make him agonize over her mixed signals, but she calls him her first truly considerate, long-term boy-friend. Ringo and Zeke proudly show the neighborhood guys their new pick-up. Lucas however watches Elle, who even lies to Paul and the police not to recognize dodgy car salesman Jason Healy because he not only replaced her exploded car but threatens her and loved ones. He scares Jason off at the gym. After finding out Jason sold Donna's lover Ringo a car, they sneak into her place, but get accidentally locked in the car shed by his partner. Callum is happily home again. The more Miranda tries to enforces Steve's fat-free diet, the cleverer he cheats.
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Lucas and Elle called Donna, then drop their cellphone. Donna calls the police but fails to stop Jason from returning. Lucas managed to get Elle trough a small window but got stuck himself. Elle knocks down Jason from behind. Detective Skinner arrests Jason and confiscates Ringo and Zeke's car, which Jason stole. As if loosing their savings wasn't bad enough, Karl and Susan declare Zeke 'immature' and take his trust fund away. The news of Dan's engagement shocks Lucas. Elle thinks he's still in love with Libby.
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Dan is happy when Lucas accepts to his his best man at fits amongst brothers. Libby however considers the 'fake' reconciliation utterly unacceptable. Donna drags Rachel along spying on Ty. Hiding in the boys' locker-room, they assume an innocent dancers-grip to be cheating. Toadie's home is cleaned and tidied in preparation for the Social Services assessment whether he can provide Callum a proper home.
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Declan finally stands up against Rebecca ordering him around to put schoolwork first stat as if his already real football career were irrelevant. Didge drags Rachel along to spy again on Ty. They find he was giving Miranda dancing lessons, but her mistrust makes him put their relationship on hold. Steve to make her see sense, it's not even necessarily either alone. Libby's pigheaded refusal to accept Lucas as Dan's witness poisons both relationships again for him. Elle fights for 'her' Lucas.
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Ty dumps Rachel for totally lacking trust. Dan finally dumps fickle Libby for her irrational veto against Lucas as best man and assumes those two still have a crush on each-other. Libby, Elle and even Steph feel some remorse. Dan makes the class pair up as 'parents' in an experiment with plastic 'babies'. Only Donna really commits to it, Rachel is as bad with it as most boys. Lucas offers Dan a way out: re-run the motorbike race which started their rift after an accident.
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Ringo and Declan finally get their professional football try-out. They meet Bryce Gibbs and Nick Stevens and have instant groupies. Coach Black however warns they'll have to compete for a single spot. When the brothers tell their girls about their race, Libby returns Dan's ring, Elle gets Steph's coaching to steal their motorbikes. Zeke finds Donna's ditched pills but thinks they're Rachel's. She realizes Donna has interrupted birth-control in a maternal rush, later confesses to her and Didge to have the same problem.
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Despite Libby's wining about the impending race, Dan restores Ben's confidence by offering the prospect of a fishing trip. Zeke's suspicions about Rach are rebuked by Donna. The girls redo their pregnancy test after the mix-up. Elles is on to them, and finally learns the confirmed positive result is Didge's. Declan keeps hinting at Ringo's secret.
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Didge now is confirmed pregnant, but neither their boys nor parents know. Only Elle finds out, but is sworn to silence. Didge however sort of betrays herself and stumbles into Karl's counseling. Regardless of the girls' wining, the Fitzgerald brothers race goes ahead, to Callum's joy.
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Lucas wins the fraternal duel, but slaps Dan in the face for 'backing of to let me win', which Dan denies. After Lucas accepts it, Dan proposes again, Libby brought her own ring. The grueling test regime forces Ringo to confess to coach Black his former eating disorder. Declan is equally scolded for hiding that, but ultimately the loyal mates are both promised to be recommended if medically approved. Didge tells Rebecca she's expecting Declan's baby. Karl 'diagnozes' Callum with faking anything, even disease, to match Toadie with his teacher Kelly, but it works.
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While rescuing 'pet' pig Lennie from Karl's cheap barbecue wedding menu, Rachel gets Ty's help and discovers his hand has healed, but he still hasn't tried playing guitar again. Declan is furious to be told after Rebecca, who sides unconditionally with Didge, about her pregnancy. He takes a ride but is stopped for a traffic offense, refuses to identify himself and is jailed a night as suspect of stealing the car still registered in Olivers' name. Once identified and released, he refuses to sacrifice his life and football career for parenthood, as his ma chose.
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Because of Rebecca's bullying on Didge's behalf, Declan over-reacts. Zeke catches him kissing floozy fan Sharni Hillman, and almost spills the beans. Ty's refusal to play at the engagement party makes Rachel realize he still didn't test if his hand is fully recovered. The kids have work experience days, but only Zeke properly concentrates on his vet tasks, Declan doesn't show up, Didge faints.
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Declan despairs and calls himself unfit for fatherhood after blurting out to Didge loosing the baby might be best after all and being chase loudly. But she quickly wants him back. Ty impresses by writing and performing with Rachel a love song for Dan's engagement party. Ellen storms out after seeing Libby wears the same dress, but at school principal Andrew Simpson's arm and rages to Lucas she's tired of 'getting Libby's left-overs'. Zeke's warning comes true when slut Sharmi, who happens to be waitress, steps up saying Declan 'was all over me'.
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Principal Andrew Simpson, a perfect gentleman, and Elle, who threw her dress at startled Lucas, kiss but refrain for further romantic action. DEclan's frustration over Didge's unwillingness to let him explain or apologize properly leads to nearly smashing his cellphone. Ringo stops him from punching 'telltale' Zeke. Fickle Didge ends up betraying her pregnancy secret to her parents. Callum, who first matched Toadie and Kelly, now feels left-out and mails 'private' pictures he 'found' on her laptop to Paul's newspaper, just when he plans to introduce a daily 'hot babe' on page 3.
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Pregnant Didge is in hospital, diagnosed mere stress-cramp by Karl, but now her parents face the truth. Uniformed Declan is stuck in the bush with car-trouble and too frustrated to check his messages. After begging and kneeling, Paul lets Kelly off the hook; Callum gets off easily too.
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Declan's phone battery is off and his car stuck. Coach Nathan Black tells the mates Declan called to announce he's moving to Alice Springs, which would end his promising football career. Ringo convinces Zeke to borrow Karl's car to find him. They do, but have a hard time getting trough. Finding a road-kill marsupial mother leaving an adorable baby may do the trick.
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Ringo, Zeke and the marsupial baby finally convince Declan that he must return and stand by Didge at gynecological check-up, while Rachel and Donna stall there, or lose her and the baby forever. Declan chooses and manages to return, but Didge acts as if it's already too late, although obviously desperate for him, and takes her self-inflicted frustration out on everyone.
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Once he brings the wombat baby to the vet surgery and get the parents off their back, Declan quickly makes up lovingly with Didge. The mothers however haven't learned anything, unlike Steve who agrees they must make their own choices. At Dan's engagement party, Ty finds out a music scout is interested in him, but he now has a painkiller problem, bad enough to steal pills. Libby realizes she wants to keep the Kennedy name, Susan realizes she did'n ask Karl about reassuming it. Both Harold and Karl's pig Lennie reappear.
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Karl discovers Ty is addicted to pain-killers, but Rachel refuses to face facts. Lucas learns the problem dated from an earlier shoulder injury, but convinces him to audition. Ty does so well he's offered weeks or months as rock band lead singer, but it's on tour. Bully Justin now works in the gym. Zeke reluctantly 'sell' the D-student a school assignment. Dan accepts to let Libby hyphenate their names, Susan to become a Kennedy again.
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Zeke reluctantly accepts to write papers for Justin's mates too, so he and Ringo can pay their pick up-debts. After another push from Lucas, Ty's audition goes well enough to earn his a definite offer to go on tour to Japan for months. Rachel insists he must accept. Declan's protective attitude and Didge's moods in locker-room and Dan's class end in expulsion by principal Simpson.
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Ty's manager arranged a sexy photo-shoot in preparation for his Japan rock tour. He refuses painkillers and worries about Rachel's feelings. Coach Black warns Declan another AWOL is likely to mean expulsion from the team. Didge pretends she wasn't expelled for fighting in class, but as an excuse for her pregnancy. Steve hires Toadie as lawyer, who gets nowhere but recommends seeking sympathy trough the press: Paul. Declan fears that's disastrous for his career.
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Karl is absentminded, even about the wedding bills, because of a medical diagnoses: Harold probably has prostate cancer. Susan risks her report job to write an article on the Parkers' side behind Paul's back. Principal Andrew ignores Renecca's nonsense and suspends Dan and Libby for failing to support his zero tolerance on violence in school.
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Nathan puts Decan trough torturous extra training to make up. Karl desperately tries to arrange treatment for Harold, who still isn't ready to fight cancer for survival but accepts to preside over Dan's wedding. Zeke fears 'weirdly acting' Karl may be sick himself. Callum overhears his learning disorder will mean repeating his year.
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Simpson doesn't give in to illegitimate demonstrations from student - and parents supporters of suspended Didge, Dan and Libby. Declan fears more negative publicity may ruin his football career. Once more oblivious of her son's interests, ring-leader Rebecca even handcuffs herself and Andrew, inadvertently forcing them to get to know each-other better. Didge wants to rent a flat with Declan, which her parents oppose, so Declan proposes moving in with them. Ty reassures Rachel he's not sensually interested in producer Tany, but finds out she is in him.
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Carmella confides only in Elle over a romantic dream about her ex Oliver, who just send their baby Chloe a gift. Talking to Harold helps seeing things in perspective. During a date with Lucas, Elle realizes she isn't over him either, and calls New York. When Callum calls Ringo to cheap with comics as remedial reading, Toadie and Kelly realize he's probably dyslexic. Ty accepts giving equally unenthusiastic groom Dan dancing lessons.
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Ty discovers the price for romantically turning down producer Tanya: he's sacked from the rock tour. Rachel discovers he still has a pills problem. The bachelor parties suffer from weird misunderstandings. QAndrew proves a good sport s-when his army reserve uniform is mistaken for a stripper, and dates Rebecca. Dan surprises Libby with a house nearby, and gets a surprise(d) visitor.
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Now crazy Samantha is back and announces to be carrying Dan's baby, Libby thinks she can't keep her groom. She still takes her parents's advice to let the party go on. Callum and Co dare Lou and unwilling Harold to a Christmas decorations contest, which turns into an electricity disaster. Karl insists on urgent hospitalization for Harold, who still can't tell Lou.
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Declan gets help from Ringo and Zeke getting installed with Didge at Steve's, but accidentally raids his host's candy-stash. Zeke discovers not Karl but Harold is sick. Feeling he's losing another loved-one, he lets Justin's gang tempt him to an abandoned site. Everyone is on Dan's side when he says Libby may have canceled their wedding date, not the marriage, an account of his ex Samantha's pregnant arrival. Ben however feels betrayed by both 'liars'. Lucas accused her of planning it that way before dating Elle, alas absentmindedly.
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Zeke was set-up to be trapped by Justin's gang, but it's the bully who makes a fool of himself, Zeke wins his mates' Kayle and Shane's respect. But Zeke is still too deeply hurt to accept any support from his Ramsay Street mates. Ty warns Rachel he's a terrible perfectionist at guitar-play, but manages patience teaching her. Harold enjoys the annual Christmas lights competition, a triumph with Lou, before checking in to hospital.
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After a video message from Oliver, Carmella hesitates whether two accept plain tickets for her and Chloe to join him in Portugal. Didge feels stifled by the many constraints of pregnancy: no more treats or teenage stunts. Declan shows more patience with her and even ma's fickle date-or-not with principal Andrew Simpson, whose kissing wins her over at the third try. Lou fears Harld has absconded and tells everyone about his cancer so they'l help look out.
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Declan's grumpy mood soon betrays Didge has run away. Having to wait for a bus, she ends up joining a back-back 'gipsies' youth bunch hanging out on the beach, but those steal her belongings. As their honeymoon tickets aren't refundable, Dan and Libby decide to go anyhow. But Sam sneakily disables his phone an drags him along for baby shopping and cradle assembling till he misses the flight.
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After Lucas tells him Sam knew about his marriage, Dan orders her to back off while promising to by there for the baby. Libby finally accepts he can't renege his paternal duty and joins them for the ultra-sound. Ty ponders which duet with Rachel to post on You Tube. Didge resists Declan's plea to return. Staying at a salvo Christmas party, she bumps into volunteer 'Ted', actually Harold's re-assumed alter-ego, and sees him have a seizure. They tells each-other the truth and feel the meeting is a sign both must return.
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On Erinsborough High muck-up day (end of term), Zeke is so tired of being his mates' 'sissy' laughing stock that he takes charge of making Kyle and Justin's gang's prank the eye-catcher, but the adults consider it acceptable, so he'll start next year suspended. Harold returns just in time to hear Carmella's goodbye as she's joining Oliver in Portugel. She sells The General store to Elle, provided it's renamed Harold's and gives him here rosary beads now he's about to get cancer treatment.
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Ty and Rachel's You Tube song gets no actual hits. So Donna devises a cheeky Christmas song video, with Ringo, Declan and Zeke as shirtless Santas-background band. She also makes the mates promise to show Zeke the respect an equal deserves. It's a hilarious success. Harold's surgery went well enough to leave real hope, but the cancer already spread. So he needs chemo-therapy, which frightens him so much he rather writes his testament. After Lucas takes Stef on a bike ride, she decides to seize the day again and convinces Harold to choose life too. Rebecca enjoyed tending bar, so when Stef announces she's selling Charlie's, Paul offers to buy it and make her manager.
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It's hard to undo the damage when Callum meanly tells Mikey only dumb little kids still believe in Santa. Rebecca executes Paul's suggestion to take over Charlie's from Stef with an silent partner, except it's Elle, not him. Paul resents Andrew dating Rebecca, so he shows a special interest in the school's rafting trip project, offering a sponsorship meeting to sabotage their date.
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Paul has stayed the night at Rebecca's, but when he boasts against Andrew scolding his priorities, all women turn against him again and Declan drops his objections against the principal dating his ma. The kids' rafting camp, which Zeke hoped to help reconcile his new and old friends, is now without a sponsor again. Incredulous Callum gets another chance to believe in Santa.
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Ramsay Street enjoys Christmas presents and dinners. Harold is back home, but not in the mood either at the Kennedys's or trousers house, even walks away form the store's rechristening in his honor, which he considers morbid. Rachel is offered a record contract, performing Ty's songs, but refuses to be an ornament or live Ty's dream. Sam meanly tells Libby to keep clear now Dan supports her trough pregnancy.
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Paranoid Sam believes Libby and Susan wage war on her for Dan. She stages 'abuse' by Susan over a faked sexual phone conversation with Dan, which secures a restraining court order. Susan fails to respect it to the letter, and Sam absurdly gets her arrested. Dan however concludes such stress endangers their baby, so she'ld better return to New Zealand. Realizing her new career as mechanic under Lucas lacks romantic satisfaction, Stef is convinced to try Internet-dating.
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Zeke sides with Kyle's gang against his Ramsay Street mates and sister while all kids prepare for the rafting trip. To Anderw and Lobby's anger, Dan cancels because of Sam. He sends Karl to check for a manic-depressive relapse, but the diagnosis is probably not. To everyone's relief, she withdraws the legal charges against Susan. Steph discovers her Internet date Greg Michaels isn't a shallow eye candy-shopper but a former college friend and fellow motorbike-lover.
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Andrew orders the rafters to form two competing teams, captained by Declan and Kyle. When Didge doesn't go with Declan, Zeke volunteers to keep an eye on her. But Kyle's dirty tricks end up causing a clash in which both Zeke and Didge go under water. Charming Simon and his sassy sister Tegan are thrown out by Elle at Harold's shop. Only to turn up at her door-step, expecting a a place to stay as promised by their sister, Donna, who is rafting. Toadie and Kelly try to enforce gasses on Callum, which he resists. Just when Social Services announces an adoption-inspection, the soiled-rotten brat has made another fugue.
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The parents's New Year toast is interrupted by the news of the rafting disaster. Miranda lashes out absurdly, later apologizes. Dan finds Libby, who is hospitalized, there tells her he wants to quicken their wedding. Declan finds Bridget, in good condition. Zeke however isn't found, unlike his life-jacket. Steph only notices hours later Susan's calls, having rented a motel-room with instant lover Greg Michaels. Visiting Libby in hospital, she sees Greg kiss Dr. Veronica Olenski.
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Ty tries to divert Rach from Zeke remaining missing with another guitar lesson. Karl is desperate to keep busy, but so stressed he calls Harold's faith empty lies. Simon Freedman calls his sister to order at Elle's. Donna learns their ma has a dodgy new boyfriend. Lacking medical records of Bridget's biological parents may prove a problem, yet Miranda feels threatened, as Declan senses, but Steve prods her to do the right thing.
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Karl has nightmares about Zeke being missing and needing his help. After hearing from the rescuers Zeke's rafting helmet was found in such a bed state that hope is bleak and asking Harold, who obviously forgives the earlier sneer at his faith, whether dreams can convey messages, Karl feels the need to act upon it. Steph denies Greg any chance to explain about his void marriage, nor listens when he announces a divorce.
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Ringo instinctively likes sensitive Simon, but sides with Donna when he finds the kid packed to leave and hears him accuses big sister of manipulating everyone, especially to have dad to herself. Paul plans to publish Andrew's acquittal for an accident in the military reserve, until Rebecca promises to stop seeing Andrew. Lucas notices that Susan's MS is back. Dan accepts Libby's child-wish, even though it's probably rivalry with Sam.
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Ty is broke and without career prospective, while airhead bar manager Rebecca nags meanly. Rachel accepts a contract to sing Ty's songs with Default Records, although Ty questions the timing. Elle refuses to accept Paul keeps Andrew's past as insurance against Rebecca, but Samantha helps her and Lucas steal the file. They look into the military charge with witness Trevor Maguire. Even in hospital for an MS check-up, Susan refuses to have Karl informed, but Libby ignores that. She admits she stooped taking her medicine.
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Rachel finds Zeke's video diary and shows it to the family, Simon, who gets a crash course in Ramsay Street, 'obsessed' jocks Declan and Ringo, who learns about Donna's pregnancy lies. He's so bitterly frustrated Karl fears he planned to stage a long-term fugue. TY feels Rachel is hiding in music. Elle publishes an article behind Paul's back with humiliating pictures.
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Ty is furiously insulted when Stef dares pretend he 'abuses' Rachel's worries while he's her loving rock. Ringo is neither impressed nor turned when Donna 'treats' him to pink balloons to apologize for the pregnancy trap. Simon makes both realize how special their love is, enough to repair it, while Tegan just sneezed at it. Karl has even worse nightmares, about Zeke bitterly blaming him. On top of all that, Susan blames him for 'ignoring' the remaining family, notably Rachel.
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Ty vents his frustration only in the gym, where Dan gets into shape for his wedding. Rachel's record deal apparently falls trough. Steph's part in medical fund raising is compromised as lover Greg's wife Dr. Veronica and Sam are on the board.
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Thanks to Lucas and Greg, Charlie is rushed to hospital and will recover fully. Greg's wife is icy to Steph, even before she seems Greg kissing her. Libby's mean language is overheard and finally gets her expelled. Callum finally acknowledges Toadie as his 'dad', which gets formalized by contract.
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Karl's obsessive search for Zeke now seems pathological. Kelly's claim to have a supernatural feeling arouses general hostility. Paul's offer of free newspaper publicity to boost Declan's football career is refused because of Rebecca's vindictive side. Now bad mouth Libby is expelled by Steph, Dan lets her and Ben move in with him without consulting Toadie or Ben, who makes Ben his 'butler'.
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Rachel gets a high-profile interview, so they kids train her in pop diva-paparazzi interaction. Dan is shocked Libby plans another risk-pregnancy, probably out of jealousy with Sam. Steve is not amused Miranda asked Rebecca to move in without consulting him. Steph finally meets Greg again, who decides to get divorced, and resigns as Libby's bridesmaid. The cancer charity agrees on a fund-raiser fashion show starring the Dingos. Karl and Susan worry Rach's tour contract could compromise her studies.
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Model house-mate Ty is cool about Greg at Steph's place, but veronica publicly scolds the marriage-wrecker. Rebecca keeps sucking up to Steve and abusing Declan for chores, on top of now two sets of nagging immature parents. For her sake, coach Steve forces the Dingos to run a benefit fashion show. Dan worries about Libby and Zeke.
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Obsessed with the desperate search for Zeke, the Kenndy parents have little patience with Rachel's 'sletty' pictures, made by Lucas for a newspaper article Elle writes at Donna's request. Greg and Veronica both reconsider their divorce plan, but even after Steph insists they should give their marriage a last chance he chooses Steph. Karl finally gets news.
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Karl and Susan has some hope when going to identify a badly wound kid in intensive care, but are relieved it's not Zeke is such desperate state. Karl now also believes Zeke must be dead. Lucas punishes Elle's bratty sneer he should something of his life by inviting her to a fancy private dinner playing the dashing tycoon who puts her after business.
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Andrew has revoked the expulsions given Zeke's disappearance. Declan attacks Kyle, only to find he's grieving even more then the old gang. Harold's decision to turn over his house to the Salvation Army to put up needy people arouses negative sentiments about a flow of 'loosers' and real estate value loss. The young Freedman kids want to stay, which may overstay their welcome at Paul's. Declan helps fickle Didge while she wines first the department hasn't responded to her request to know her biological parents, then to open the envelope when it arrives. Kelly announces she's leaving to teach in Africa.
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Now Karl has accepted Zeke must be dead, family and friends plan a memorial service, which unbalances Rachel, who finally agrees it's all Libby's fault and finds comfort only with Ty. After Lucas's lecture, Elle is even more moody. Together they make a romantic rural harvest story, sleeping under the sky and stumbling unto a portrait strikingly resembling Zeke.
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Harold's home gets its first Salvation Army protégé resident, but it's not the type of single mother of three Ramsay expected: Simon, Donna(tella) and Tegan's flirtatious ma Cassandra 'Sass' Freedman. She targets tycoon Paul within hours. Now Zeke's memorial service planning makes Rachel feel she lost him for good, she exact revenge on Liubby by shredding her wedding dress. the moving service brings reconciliation.
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Ringo objects to Zeke's room being searched for keepsakes. After Susan discovers he seeps on the couch, it's cleared out completely. Sass outsmarts Sam in dirty tricks while using her female charms to land a job. As new hospital receptionist, Sass finds out about Sam's condition and that the baby isn't Dan's after all. She also tells Ringo that liar Donna stole her previous boy-friend. After Susan shows him pictures Zeke made of Donna, she admits they had an affair. Ringo's rage makes Karl throw him out, Sass takes him in.
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Ringo has spent the night on Sass's but refuses to stay longer. On the way out he formally dumps Donna. Sam hesitates whether to run to new Zealand and whether to tell Dan the baby isn't his. Sass decides to blackmail her not for a newspaper job but to convince Paul to throw Donna out, so she's forced to move in with the Freedman family. Callum starts his scouting career by fighting with Mikey and lies about camp, but is forgiven because of his motive.
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After Callum pulls a mean spooky prank on little Ben, Dan helps him take revenge. Luke accepts a dare from Steph to prove he's over Elle by dating a bar visitor, stakes a karaoke performance. But his harvest pictures include a shady recording of a boy exactly like Zeke. An ultrasound and more mindless meddling by self-centered Rebecca cause another crisis around Didge's quest for her birth-mother's reason to abandon her, and Miranda's secret guilt.
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Lucas and Elle return to the farm where he shot a picture of a Zeke-lookalike to search the knave's room, but still aren't sure. Steve is furious to learn Miranda never told him she paid Didge's birth-mother to stay away, even when they couldn't afford it. A dodgy P.I. offers Didge the mother's coordinates for an excessive fee, which would cut deep in Declan's baby fund, so he sells his signed baseball and mortgages his car.
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Ringo camps on the allotment, but while he showers there all his belongings are stolen- by Simon. Lucas and Elle tell Susan they suspect to be on Zeke's trace, just when Karl has returned to his medical practice. Sergeant Rick Lawson trusts 'host' farmer Phil, who claims the room and belongings are his son Trent's. Simon convinces Paul to let Donna move back in, although Paul sees right trough his pranks.
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Grumpily, Paul commends Simon's sticking up for family, worthy or not. Harold pulls trough his heart-attack, because Karl ignored his will not to be resuscitated, and bitterly reproaches him 'taking Madge away again'. Dan makes Sam admit her baby may not be his and rejects her.
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Dan decides to question Sam about her baby's father after all, so they decide on a paternity test, which she confesses at the last moment to be pointless as it could harm the baby. Libby feels she now must make Dan a father. Karl and Rachel are furious to find Susan kept Lucas's Zeke-search-trail from them. Sas convinces Lucas to make Paula and Elle jealous by pretending to be an item.
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Ty worries for his housing when Steph considers following Greg moving out of state for a job in Darwin, but she decides to stay and Greg promises to return after his three month-contract. Dan hopes for marital peace now Sam is out of the picture. Even Callum shows some clumsy coyness concerning courting, coached by gym mates Ringo, Ty and Declan, then confers with Mikey and tries his own style. Didge decides to drop the search for her biological mother for the Parker parents' sake.
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Farmer Phil Andrews returns Zeke's T-shirt to 'son' Trent, who wonders about Susan, calls her and ends up discovering a newspaper article about the accident Phil's wife and son died in. Phil has an elaborate cover-story, but once Susan told Karl they set out and reach the Andrews farm. Ringo 'catches' Donna with Ty, actually teaching him the 'bootiescooting' dance steps.
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Zeke is finally brought home, but psychiatrist Dr. Jeremy Levi expects he'll need mid-long-term therapy. He still recognizes and trusts only Rachel, still believes to be Phil's son and wants her help to return 'home' to his farm. Ty is railroaded to coach a charity line-dance event. Bridget seems stalked, but actually receives a box full of cash from birth-mother Joanna.
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Zeke's bitter refusal to stay with the Kennedy family he can't remember drives Karl to threaten with return to hospital therapy, but Rachel makes him stay and Callum's zombie-obsession gets Zeke to mess around with Ben and him. Joanna's cash gift is viciously rejected by Didge, but Steve orders Miranda to tell the truth and Declan traces it himself and arranges a meeting. Rachel shows Zeke his own bitter blog.
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Zeke has convinced Ringo drive him, Rachel and Donna to Phil's place, then insists to be left there, remembering martial arts practice with his 'dad'. Yet before Phil arrives, his memory returns so Phil gets the goodbye. Still thing don't return to normal back in Ramsay Street. Steve forces meanly defensive Miranda to accept Didge inviting Joanna to dinner. Desperate to keep Joanna away, Miranda admits she paid her to stay again. While Lou and the likes help Harold tending to Sas's garden for her sake, Simon's prank-story convinces Paul and her -hoping to strike gold- to flirt again.
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Now Harold is actually moving out and feared never to return from his visit to Sky, Ramsay Street is sad but still insists on a 'surprise' send-off party, this time with a Salvo twist. Harold leaves keepsakes for everyone, and finds a huge live surprise in his trailer: Lou! Declan is even more furious then the Parker parents saddened when Didge decrees, after all her yelling about being given up for adoption, that Declan's baby is to suffer the same fate. But Miranda offers an alternative: Steve and her can raise the kid if she doesn't.
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Ty's car giving up is just the start of a totally disastrous recoding studio opportunity for "Rachel K" with Idol start 'Dicko'. Zeke is pleased she chooses not to go for a musical career, Ty bitterly fears now he won't even have a substitute go trough his songs. Didge's rage against her ma's offer to raise the baby, which Steve was just ready to consider, is too much for Declan, who refuses to be robbed of fatherhood. LIbby hides the truth about her 'twitches' during the final wedding preparations.
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Declan's break-up with Didge means a move-out with his ma, to Stephanie's for the time being. Cass makes sure Libby's wedding dress gets lost, then offers to help out sos he seems to save the 'big' day while sticking rival and bridesmaid Rebecca with a hideous sack. But the bride's hidden health-troubles are the ticking time-bomb.
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Rachel hides her big news for Ty. After bride Libby's fainting, the wedding party goes on. Karl diagnoses her pregnant, and absurdly blames Dan. Miranda takes care of apparently abandoned baby Laura, but its mother files a formal complaint.
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Dan's wedding goes on. Lucas wrestles with her conflicting feelings for Elle. Meanwhile the Parkers are puzzled by Miranda's arrest for baby-snatching, and her weirdly absent-minded behavior in jail, requiring a psychiatric examination, pointing to her own maternal secretiveness-frustration. Absurdly, she concludes to opt suddenly for divorce! Declan is the last tower of strength.
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At the wedding party, Karl and Susan invite Ringo to move back in, but he refuses to bunk with Zeke again and points out he's with Donna again, to their double disappointment. Lucas makes up with Elle, why Zeke and Elle ignore her. Sass makes Elle promise to but out if she can prove to be best for Paul, who flirts with Rebecca again, this time successfully. Teegan tells ma about Andrew. He acts indignant when sass prods him to court Rebbecca, but still does so, and is just in time to stop a fight between Ringo and presumed, actually platonic, love rival Zeke.
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After Andrew broke up Zeke's fist-fight with Ringo, Susan fails to mediate. To Sass's delight, Rebecca kisses Andrew, just after her night with Paul, yet to Elle's despair commits to neither. Ringo isn't in the least uninterested in Donna's kid sister's crush on him, but Donna refuses to make up. Paul still resists Sass, until Rebecca decides to dine with Andrew.
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Zeke and Ringo's bitter feud over Donna seems escalated so far that even Susan accept's, to Karl's horror, Steve and Lucas's idea to organize a boxing duel. Rachel is offered a prestigious Lodon scholarship, but refuses to leave home. After tells Ty it's wasting her future for his sake, he tries to dump her. Paul tells Ell he considers Rebecca a lost cause. Meanwhile Andrew proposes to her, successfully.
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Zeke's ploy works, Rachel reconsiders and decides to accept the London scholarship. At the airport, Ty admits the truth. Didge welcomes her parents' divorce plan, to their surprise. Comforting her makes Declan late for practice once too often, so he's dumped from his only AFL prospect and feels his future is lost. Furthermore Rebecca tells him his unsympathetic principal is also to become his step-father, yet he congratulates her.
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Now Rach has left for a year in London, Zeke tries his luck with Donna, who first claims their kiss was meaningless, then changes her mind and initiates the next kiss with her 'most trustworthy' partner, even over Ringo. Karl commends Ty for his help in making Rach accept the scholarship. Newcomer Lis gets coached about handling Toadie by Steve, who even considers her a romantic alternative if his divorce goes trough, but finds Lucas beet him to that punch. Libby worries over Callum's bad influence on Ben, Dan feels the cute kid can use some knavish influence.
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Ty desperately tries to probe he has a new, post-music life, like lost lover Rachel, so he breaks his back and blisters his hands as novice gardener. Dan insists Libby should let Ben behave like a boy his age. Declan asks Dan to help Steve deal with his divorce-trauma, but even after a gym boxing session that idea nearly makes him punch Dan. Sass's 'fahionalble' school uniform modifications make Tegan the butt of the school, so Simon sticks up for her against Kyle and at home.
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Ringo and Zeke prepare grimly for their boxing duel, which mates not family can make them consider canceling. Karl bitterly blames Susan for the likely harm to recovering Zeke form her and Steve's irresponsible idea. Letters from Donna, off to search her dad, make them dodge the public boxing duel, but they have a private no-rules rumble. Zeke wins with martial arts, but Ringo plays dirty and hurts him unexpectedly. Dan has a hired time encouraging Ben to grim into boyhood between Callum's excessively knavish example and over-protective Libby's embarrassing baby-cuddling.
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Zeke injury isn't serious, he heals completely in no time. Ringo sincerely apologizes and offers to be mates again, in vain. Lucas presents flirt Lisa to Elle, who fields delivery man Mark Chaplin as 'perfect date'. Declan mediates to help Steve and Didge make up and talk about the non-final divorce prospect. Zeke is forced to go to therapy, then runs off to shake hands with Ringo and invite him to move back in, but only to get Karl and Susan off his back.
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Declan still feels principal Andrew isn't right for his ma, but lets her bribe him to leave the house while she tries to cook French and even gives relationship advice. Elle keeps using delivery hunk Mark Chaplin to make Lucas jealous, but despite using Lisa as counter-date, Lucas refuses to fight for Elle and quits as newspaper photographer when Paul pushes him. Dan's life is hell, now pregnant Libby shamelessly dumps on him all work at home and in school, including Ben who became impish and bothersome.
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Susan makes Libby realize how unreasonable it is to blame Dan as 'violently abusive' just for threatening at constantly naughty Ben he could get smacked. Lucas commiserates, recalling how mercilessly dad Fitzgerald disciplined them. Andrew makes up for having had to cancel dinner with Rebecca by cooking for her and two friends and invites her to move in with him. Miranda still hopes for a Lassiter's job by presenting ideas for improvement in their service, but can't resist meddling with Paul's planned article exposing Andrew.
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Ringo can't get head or tail of Zeke's distant friendship 'to keep Karl of his back'. Declan hates the idea of Andrew entering his private life by dating his ma, but still agrees when she wants to move in with the principal. Paul toys with MP3-thief Simon and the yet again postponed article to expose Andrew. Ty's resolve to give up guitar music is interrupted by Didge's promise he would play at Mikey's birthday party, but he refuses to keep Ned's guitar. To Ringo delight, Karl, Declan and Zeke come along to his pro league introduction party, but star Adam Clark coldly tells them non-team-mates aren't really welcome anymore.
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Ringo has to stay all night playing cards with his new team mates, then strip starkers and wait in the bathroom for his initiation- only to find after an hour that was it. Zeke sounds bitter and unsympathetic when Ringo calls about their impending school test. Adam Clarke offers his cool Hummer to take the test after all, but the police stops them. Declan dreams of fatherhood, only earning him an argument from abortion-minded Didge. Dan and Libby bicker about baby names without knowing the gender, but nature deals her a blow.
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Adam Clark bails Ringo out of his driving peril and missed test, but his mates act jealously, as if he willingly dumped the whole gang. Libby and the baby look like they'll pull through in hospital, but she has two more crises. Lucas can barely stop his aggression as a security guard bugs him about a parking space. When the second crisis threatens her life, the doctor needs his permission for a hysterectomy.
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Unlike their baby, Libby has survived surgery, thanks to Dan allowing a hysterectomy, but as he feared she can't stand the sight of him as that leaves her infertile. Elle has another go at making Lucas jealous by dating Mark Chaplin again, which turns messy when Lucas feels entitle to 'steal' a comforting kiss. Realizing how much luckier they are, Declan and Didge dump all obstacles and commit to parenthood.
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Zeke is best mate with Kyle again, laughing at Tegan's hopeless chemistry project. She blurts out helpful Simon's frustrated theft to ma. Only Paul manages to talk some sense into Sass concerning her embarrassing meddling with the kids. Lucas has a ball minding Ben, but Dan gives him hell for bonding over motorbikes. After more pushing from Paul, Lucas finally returns Elle's declaration of love. Steve's hope their saved grand-parental aspirations would patch up his marriage is smashed.
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Lucas and Elle finally made it into bed, until Paul accidentally catching them kills the mood. Now the little boys have embraced 'music', Ty is suckered into tutoring them, and he's really good at it. Sass easily buys off Tegan, but not Simon, and be turned into a flirtatious mini-Sass is too uncool, and Sass blames tomcat Didge.
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Ringo breaks the rookies running record in training, so Adam convinces him that calls for a party. They take a suite at Lassiter's, where Declan has just started in reception, on a trial basis. Alas, neither of them can control the crowd from causing massive complaints. Both knaves suffer from incompatible loyalties. Lucas and Elle now share the bed, him having moved in at the Robinsons', but they still need to find their bearings. Lucas objects to her teddy-bears all over the bedroom, she to him keeping his apartment, although he says that's just to store his garage and photography stuff.
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Marco's sister Mia keeps suggesting his marriage may not be dead, asking him to return to the family firm and probing Oliver about Carmella, who is disappointed they have missed out on the Parker house. Ringo and Frazer try to calm down Rosie's pregnancy-panic. Paul insists Elle needs specialist help, but the girls only accept Karl's consult. Marco tells only Mia why his marriage failed: he's infertile.
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Now Mia knows, she encourages big brother Marco to stick to his guns. Rosie scares Fraser by claiming her not sharing his willingness to put parenthood first can constitute irreconcilable differences. However she takes on the neighborhood parents's pet case, twisting Toadie's arm to a two years class action commitment. The kids also want to help. Riley makes his parents realize their bickering terrifies their kids. Miranda sacrifices her job. Frazer comes up with a drastic alternative.
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Frazer sticks to his plan to raise their baby with or without Rosie- love persuades her to accept the ultimate challenge together. The wedding preparation go slowly, nothing like Dee's wedding, despite Frazer as best man. Karl worries that Susan may get MS symptoms again.
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Oliver is caught going trough Mia's purse for Marisa' coordinates, yet still seduces her all the way. He tells Carmie he's through giving in, Marco is not acceptable as godfather, he wants Declan. Marco is most understanding. Frazer finds his best man duty includes driving the groom to his late wife's remembrance site. The bride arrives to an unpleasant surprise.
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Best man Frazer gets the wedding back on track. Paul fears his evil side may return with his memory. Justin's jealous disappointment his parents don't bother to come to school after a fight with Rachel makes her realize how lucky she is. Susan's pride prevents her from accepting the cane Karl recommends until she collapses at school and Fitzy carries her home.
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After the couple decided not to postpone and a nightmare about the ride getting cold feet, everything that can go wrong beyond Frazer's power does: even the bride's ma must cancel because of little Oscar being in hospital. Susan gets the worst part, first with Rachel's insecurity, then her own MS.
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Marco is furious that Oliver 'uses Mia to get to him'. Carmella soon believes Ollie, who convinces Mia it only started as a ploy. Marco owns up his infertility. Carmie resents the lie, but realizes she has a perfect family with him. Karl and co still can't convince Toadie nor console Steph, who fails to stoop him from moving out again.
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Oliver finally has Mia in his bed, provided they remain a secret for Marco and Carmie. Pregnant Rosie collapses; she's fine, but accepts to reconsider priorities. Rushing home, Frazer runs over escaped Bob, only Didge bitches. Toadie questions Libby about the Shepperton doubts.
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Declan pretends his detention was prolonged to be with Rach, who makes him study. Paul grumbles about his girls being workaholics, discovers Kirsten chose him for a job only- and gives it. Steph is denied a say in a future with Toadie and discovered the mayor abused her proxy to vote against security, hence she's a cave-in accomplice too. She leaves, after getting Toadie proof.
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Paul realises what he's risking by having an affair with Kirsten. Meanwhile, Rebecca's desire for justice threatens the class action. Then, Marco makes an offer on Harold's house, while Bridget's assumption destroys her friendship with Rachel.
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To Lou's surprise, Harold is interested in a bid on his house from Marco. While showing Kristen the ropes at Lassiter's, Pauls claims to be single again and kisses her. Didge wickedly plays the drama queen over Rach's 'prolonged detention's lie, swallowing her words when told it's to counsel DEclan with mats discretely. Bob is completely recovered. .
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Toadie's plan to avoid a class action suit beyond their means by threatening the council with a scandal falls apart when Rebbecca confesses she already leaked the file to Elle. Her editor Brad already considered it good enough to take her back, but accepts a scoop deal. Lou fails to talk Harold out of selling the house and travel around Australia. Paul tells Kirsten he's not free after all. The mayor accepts a deal, but the paper already printed Steph 'ran guilty' and Elle tells Paul and Rebecca she saw proof.
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Now Toadie has resigned from the case, Frazer makes Rosie accept bumbler Rebecca's help and sees she eats properly, even if he has to hand-feed her. Lou's anger harms his friendship with Harold- and his own health. Kirsten wines to Ned 'her Lassietr's job is so hard', but brings Paul to offer her a pay-off. After the mayor's press conference, suggesting it's Steph's fault, Elle decides to break in.
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Thod Dongoes' Aussie football practice impresses the girls, but the star player, Fitzy, gets wounded. Lou is found in the shop and hospitalized after a fight/stress-induced heart attack but rejects Karl's reassuring diagnosis. This is astutely changed to having a heart condition hoping to make worried Harold stay. Paul is told Kirsten's price: a safe future. Rebecca's risks seem to pay off.
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Karl diagnoses non-vindictive Fitzy with mild concussion. Elle smells a rat when Kirsten's blackmail gets her a trainee managership, but is in fact loads of drudge. The mayor's office search yields nothing. After all the residents of Ramsay Street turn up at the council, the kids' moving testimonies accomplish a municipal palace revolution.
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Harold happily signs the lease of sale, to Marco's delight, but discovers his departure really frightens Lou. Rosie is nasty about Marco's infertility secret and Toadie is asked to be Chloe's godfather. Fitzy is back at school and asks Libby out on a date as she hoped.
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Marco panics when Harold invokes a cooling off period to cancel his house sale. Lou decides not to risk their friendship and insists he goes traveling around Australia. Harold decides to go, but offers Marco the house on lease during his trip. Marco is furious to discover that Rosie knows about his infertility, which he still fears poisons Carmella's trust in him. Oliver pushes Mia to go public at Chloe's christening. Their hand-holding is noticed, leading to a brawl.
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Everyone turns on Oliver after his attack on poor infertility-humiliated Marco, even Mia coldly dumps him. Against Toadie's advice he considers legal action for custody. Lou enjoys planning an Australia tour with Harold, but that means letting Mikey down. Riley presents Heather to the Parker tribe - for a sleepover. His parents must also face their overdrawn budget.
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Oliver burns his bridges by announcing he's suing for sole custody of Chloe. A trial would mean major mud-slinging. Susan is welcomed back home and at school. Kids and supervising staff couple Fitzy and Libby speculate what can happen on the school's biking and camping trip- notably the nocturnal tent-life potential for Zeke-Taylor and Declan-Ringo-Didge. Fitzy tells Libby he's still married, to Samantha.
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Zeke and Taylah are getting serious. Snakes make Declan and Ringo loose their cool. Harold understands 'pop' Lou doesn't want to let Mikey down and stays home, even asks Marco to let Lou live with Carmie and him. Libby makes Fitzy break up camp, and makes it hard for him to explain his wife is bipolar, then insists on a divorce first.
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Hearing Lou declined moving in with Marco, Steve invites him. Before Miranda can veto the decision due to lack of bedrooms, he wheels in his solution. Paul hoped to overburden Kirsten, but she's eager to prove her worth, even giving up time with Mickey. Zeke assures Rach he's going easy with Taylah. Libby still holds out on Dan, and yet jealous.
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Fitzy bites the bullet, telling Samantha he finally wants a divorce. Then he presents her to Frazer & co. Yet Libby dumps him for being 'still in love'! Paul is impressed by Kirsten, even back on kissing terms. Now Stephanie is back, Toadie only wants visitation rights with Charlie. She and Rebbecca refuse a financial deal with the council. Sam claims her bipolarity is under control.
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Oliver has another row with Carmella over access to Chloe. Samantha first refuses Dan a divorce because there still is love there, but soon admits she can't make him happy. When Toadie bunks with Frazer and then plans some time off, Rosie asks Sam to join the law firm. Paul can fool Rebecca, but Elle finds out.
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Proud Marco and Oliver's feud escalates, with an anonymous tip to the food inspection services, and cancellation of the Lassiter groceries contract. Paul and Kirsten agree to split up now that Elle knows, but are caught in their 'parting kiss' by Elle again. Now the council adds a public apology, Toadie announces he's leaving indefinitely to East Timor as legal adviser.
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All the kids want to attend a club concert of Taylah's hunky cousin Ty Harper's band, but the parents are still paranoid after the cave-in. Clever Zeke finds a solution: he asks Libby to chaperon, and Dan volunteers to help out. Harold treats everyone to celebrate his impending tour of Australia. After causing a small fire and being rescued by Lou, overworked Valda decides to lift back home with Harold.
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Just because Declan impulsively got a single bottle of booze and Ringo came with him, they are grounded and sentenced to chores ad infinitum at the paranoid home-front. When Carmella's family sends tickets for her to visit Italy, Oliver threatens legal action to prevent Chloe leaving the country, but changes his mind and drops the assault charge against Marco. Harold gets a surprise goodbye party.
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Rivaling for Dan's love, Libby and Sam learn to respect each other. As a distraction, Steph joins the Erinsborough rescue squad, trained by Dan. Steve assures Ned their dad won't leave the farm, not even for Mikey, but doesn't explain what binds him to Lou. The rescuers get into trouble.
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While Frazer helps Marco move in to Harold's place, he suggests they start together on Marco's big dream, a restaurant. Carmie insists he should ask his dad Joe if that squares with family loyalty. Karl liberates Dan and Steph. Because Steve refused to wait for back-up, he's trapped when another mineshaft caves in, with Ned. Ned faints before Steve can explain in detail why he feels their dad doesn't deserve being Mikey's granddad. Paul makes up for Kirsten's failing to mind Mikey, who says he likes her as a 'boyfriend'.
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While the rescuers recover, nobody is prouder than Mikey of his father Ned. Big brother, Steve, finally gathers the courage to tell him his claustrophobia stems when he was locked in the basement for an entire night. Learning that Lou might consider selling the General Store, Marco hopes to turn it into his dream restaurant with Marco. Oliver experiences the downside of visitation rules. Libby and Sam realize how generously unselfish Dan is.
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Marco decides to start his restaurant, without leaving his dad's firm nor even telling him yet. He also makes peace with Oliver. Rosie reassures Frazer their partnership is a reasonable risk. Recovering hero Ned is welcomed home and spends his free time visiting his father with Mikey. Rach apologizes to Ty. The girls and Zeke's taunting stirs Ringo, who shows that he is a guitarist. He and Declan start their own 'manly rock' band.
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Dan manages to turn Sam's absurd claim that he stressed her until she lost the baby and went psychic into a 'friends-only' break-up. He's soon released home. Zeke helps convince Ben getting his own room makes moving out worthwhile. Ringo and slightly jealous Declan remain on a slavish chores call. Libby's cowardly refusal to let Ben visit Dan is neither accepted nor observed. Fitzy agrees to become his personal hero. Frazer's love quiets Rosie's fears for motherhood disasters like Sam.
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Dan faces being in love simultaneously with wife/ex Sam and latest flame Libby. Ben reenacts Dan's heroic rescue with Steph, but they get in real trouble themselves. Lou sells the General Store to Marco and Frazer, still ignorant of their actual plans.
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Lou warns Maroc and Frazer their restaurant's liquor license won't be applauded. Indeed competitor, Steph, promises a fight, which Oliver offers to join. Dan implores Sam not to leave, but to stay with him. Rosie finally celebrates her impending motherhood. Frazer and Ringo present to her the perfect crib. Ty accepts to counsel the boys' budding rock band, and accidentally touches Rachel's raw 'Angus' nerve. Steven encourages them to rehearse in his garage, but Rebecca rains on their parade.
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All Ramsy Street are gathered for a party in honor of Frazer and Rosie's impending parenthood. Alas the doctor diagnoses a false pregnancy, and the failed embryo must be removed to prevent a cancer risk. Declan sneaks out of the party and drags the band friends along for more jamming. Rebecca shamelessly scolds Steve, who gets no support, for not being as strict as her on the kids.
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Rosie feels guilty for not wanting a baby in the first place and now just denies it all. Frazer fights for her health, but Sam makes it even worse by encouraging her to demand a second opinion, even uses emotional blackmail to get Dan on their side. The boys let off some steam at Aussie football practice, including two newcomers, gentile Chris Knight and John Carter, who seems to have issues with Riley.
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Frazer convinces Rosie he'll love her regardless of whether she gives him a baby. Riley still won't tell his father why he fought with Johhno. However trying to sweet-talk him, Steve finds out the Carters were his summer foster hosts and the boys hated each-other. A second ultrasound does more than put Rosie's mind to rest. Sam bails out on a dinner invitation from Libby with Dan, but changes her mind and sees how great he is with Ben.
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Frazer and Rosie are tickled pink to be expecting a baby after all and decide to go on a long Italian journey. Ringo insists he'll be fine without them, but Rachel realizes his eating disorder is back. Oliver decides to withdraw his complaint against the General Store, which helps wining Elle back. She offers Marco to buy out Frazer if he reconsiders the liquor license.
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Susan realizes that Rachel is worried about Ringo and gets her to betray his confidence. Then Susan tells his family, but offers a way out: moving in with her. Hearing Frazer wants to cancel his Italy trip, he feels a burden to everyone and swims out into sea. Oliver is furious that Elle went into business with Marco, but she convinces him the point was to solve their liquor conflict for his sake.
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Rescued Ringo rejects Bridget's feelings for him. Frazer is devastated Prue hasn't forgiven him for the past when Ringo agrees to go home. Elle discovers Paul's affair and struggles to protect Rebecca from the betrayal. Ty moves in with Steph and Libby.
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Ringo is found beached-up and hospitalized exhausted and thinks Bridget's late love-declaration is just to cheer him up. Frazer knows his willingness to return to their mean ma can't be sincere, and finds her eagerness is just resurfacing her absurd blaming him for baby brother Paul's accidental drowning. Ty is found sleeping at Charlie's, where he does a great job as barman, and taken in the guest-room with her and Libby. He spoils them with shirtless chores. Elle is furious at dad Paul after a call from his lover Kirsten in Paris.
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Ma Prue's meanness makes the family arguments unbearable for Ringo. Even Rosie finds her so impossible that she threatens her access to the grandchildren. After Fitzy gathers the courage to tell Ringo to put himself first, he follows his heart and asks Susan if she will still have him. Rebecca is nasty towards Oliver for 'sharing the couch' with Elle, then discovers she's stringing him on.
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Frazer decides to cut his family ties with Prue as he prepares to leave for Italy. Oliver sets out to prove he is a worthy lover for Elle. Zeke and Declan secure booze for Ringo's 18th party. Steve is threatened by Marco's culinary prowess.
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Ringo now bunks in with Zeke and is delighted when the men gather for his first beer. Frazer's praise gives him the courage to tell everybody about his eating disorder at the surprise 18th birthday pool party. The parents take it over, so the beers stay hidden. Taylah tries to reassure resident nerd' Zeke that she prefers him to her ex, Chris Knight. Fitzy feels ready for Sam to move in with him. Before leaving, Frazer gives Ringo his car keys and at his and Rosie's request, another chance for his mother.
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Karl returns with champagne from London, just after Susan caught shirtless Zeke and Taylah cuddling. They inform her dad Brad, who blindly blames Zeke and 'his' alcohol. Karl understands Zeke won't be told off as a kid, Susan is too scared. Elle admits having bought the beer to Oliver, then to Rebecca, who still blames Declan. Zeke sneaks into Taylah's room and learns she grew close with her dad staying with him after his divorce. They fall asleep and are caught. Kirsten tells Elle she dumped Paul.
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Zeke is deeply hurt his love for Taylor isn't taken seriously by the the adults, yet keeps bending over to spare his mates. After double-dating with Ringo at Bridget's, Zeke decides to demand Karl and Susan's support. After Oliver calls her jealous of Kirsten, Elle fires her, but Ollie gets her to undo that. Sam makes Fitzy miss a staff meeting, so the principal meanly volunteers him as dance instructor, despite two left feet. So Libby first coaches him privately, behind Sam's back.
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Zeke has got Karl on his side to face Taylor's pa Brad, but he scolds both and orders Riley to publish Angus's trial as example of 'equally disastrous lax parenting'. Bridget is caught kissing Ringo at his first visit there, but he convinces Stevan of his honorable intentions. Sam assumes Dan is unfaithful because she saw them dancing in secret. Libby feels used and refuses to remain his co-coach. Angus picks up some documents at school for his impending trial, bumps in to Rachel and they kiss- not unseen.
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Ollie nor Declan still tolerates Rebecca's cruel 'punishments'. Coach Steve seems to back her view on the field, but actually successfully pleads letting him stay on the Aussie football team. Steve accidentally catches Angus talking to Rachel, and reports to Susan. She wants to inform the police broke his bail terms, but Rach convinces her it was an accidental meeting. Sam blames Dan for counting her pills, but claims their love keeps her sane, yet also it won't survive without trust on his part- sealed with a dancing kiss. Lou gets himself installed as assistant coach. At Angus's trial, Rachel tries to plead both sides.
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Angus gets a ludicrously harsh sentence: 6 months in jail. Libby tries Ty as dance partner, Stef warns him not to risk their domestic threesome by romance. Coach Steve pushes Declan physically to the limit and instills the importance of good, responsible choices. Marco is just surprised when Carmella' unknown cousin Sienna announces she just move din, Lou discovers and recruits her as a cook.
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Marco refuses to replace Dan as Libby's dance-partner, warmly welcomes Carmella back and shows new business partner there's little to economize on. Ty volunteers to becomes Libby's able dance-partner. Carmie appreciates kid cousin Sienna's arrival, not Elle's, but returns from Italy bearing gifts and a crushing credit card debt. Miranda's lie to her mother about a fancy wedding anniversary brought her sister Nicola West over; this embarrasses 'pauper' Steve and Riley, whom she soon seduces.
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Ringo and Declan plan an 'after-party'. Olliver generously offers Ringo a hotel room for a few friends. When fickle Didge wants to kiss and more 'just us two', he refuses to be her one-night-stand. Marco is god-struck to learn Carmie spend $20,000 on credit in Italy, now tells her he's also working in his dad's troubled firm. He considers selling his share in the General Store. Elle offers a loan instead, but ingrate Carmie questions her motives.
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Paul is back, bearing gifts, and graciously welcomes Oliver back as Elle's boyfriend. She keeps pressing him to come clean to Rebecca about his affair with Kristen. Paul however proposes instead. After Nicola's idiotic advice caused Bridget to shock Ringo, she publicly abuses the young gentleman in a way that starts a rumor trough class rowdy Ash that Bridget is a cheap slut. Even after she admits her guilt and apologizes to both kids, Miranda stops Steve berating her sister.
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Ned is back from Oaky, with Mickey and grandpa Jimn, who swears Syeven imagined being abused. Riley tricks his dad to go fishing with them. While dancing, Ty tells Libby he stopped celebrating his birthday since his family disowned him for refusing to study law.Paul got compromising photographs of him and Kirsten but she and Elle deny sending them. Rebecca admits a father figure like coach Steve is just what Declan needed.
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To avoid actually talking to his dad Jim, Steve asks both Lou and Declan along, but the boy gets him to try anyhow. This leads to bickering and another (not) family secret. Flat out with a picnic order, Marco needs a babysitter for Chloe. Sam eagerly accepts for her and Dan, and feels her therapy isn't worth both of them missing out on parenthood. Taylah tells Karl as patient she avoids Zeke because she wants the pill. Ben asks if Ty is 'another Darren'.
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Ty, Elle and Sam drag Libby, Ollie and Dan to go a DJ's dance party, but tensions weigh heavy. Steve belies Jim isn't his dad, so his life 'isn't his anymore', but his supportive family questions the drunk sneer. Jim says his dad is Gary Fuller, killed in Vietnam.
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Kirsten discovers the blackmail pictures where made by a jealous colleague in reception at Lassiter's. Paul buys her off. Ma Parker confirms by phone that Jim's story that Steve's biological dad was Jim's Vietnam mate Gary, and Jim left him to die in the jungle. Ned is so disgusted that he tells Jim to return to Oakey and leave their lives forever. Ty overhears Libby feels guilty about using him and assures her he likes having fun, with or without commitment. Nicola manipulates 'recovered' alcoholic Jim to start drinking again. When Steve is finally convinced to talk to him, Jim's full story makes more sense and the whole family lifts the ostracism.
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The mysterious second blackmailer reveals Paul's affair to the other cheated party, Ned. Kirsten thus risks her rapport with Mikey's dad. Learning Chloe's dad Oliver's relationship with Elle from cousin Sienna, Carmella refuses his joint custody. Ramsay Street is rejoined by Toadie, back from Timor.
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Ned decides to keep silent about Kirtsen's affair for Mikey's sake. Zeke treats Taylah to a beach picnic and learns she failed to say no to Chris right there. Marco convinces Carmie to grant Olliver joint custody, but is furious she won't admit her feelings for Ollie. Declan helps Ringo get back into the water. Love for animals brings Chris and Didge together. Riley discovers 'aunt' Nicole seduced him while secretly loving Steve.
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Declan is hell-bent to go to the school prom now ma is away. Alas he lacks any musical talent to join Ty's band. Ultimately he volunteers himself and innocent Ringo as Fitzy's hall decoration slaves. Rachel refuses to sing in the band because that was her thing with late ma, but Ty makes her reconsider. Zeke convinces Taylah to seek help about her sex trauma- she chooses Karl. Chris happily accepts Didge's prom date invitation. Fitzy is uncomfortable with Toadie's indoor nudism and convinces him to talk to Steph about what happened on Timor.
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Declan begs till Paul lets him attend the school dance. Chris kisses Didge, realizing she didn't dare tell Steve about them, and he's chaperoning last-minute. Brad scolds Karl for prescribing the pill to Taylah, who didn't even tell Zeke, and enrolls her in boarding school. Steph feels Toadie is about to adopt a Timorese orphan to 'replace' her and Charlie. Chris is late, gives Didge a pendant but is attacked by Steven and Zeke. They sneak out while band-star Ty gets Rachel to sing with him.
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After Ty's band's success, Libby promises him a date. She's relieved it's no restaurant with hotel room. Everybody worries realizing Didge sneaked off with reputedly frisky, slightly older Chris. In fact she changes her mind a the last moment and needs no help to dump him heartlessly. Yet she's treated as a victim, Nicola as her pimp, Steve as a Neanderthaler. Riley demands Nicola returns to Sidney, or he'll spill the beans. Ty's clumsy picnic lacks class, but worse is what they find- Chris, beaten badly and left unconscious.
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Now Chris is in hospital fighting for his life, police detective Alec Skinnerquestions Declan, Zeke and Ringo, who tell only at home that after they all went looking for Didge and Chris, Declan trashed his car. Paul provides a false alibi but demands Declan 'fixes it' within 48 hours. The blackmailer demands $12,400 on an account Paul has traced: Rebecca's! Steve is furious Miranda keeps implying he roughed up Chris, and learns it was liar Didge who knocked him over.
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Oliver sees Carmella steal from Marco's till, which gets Sienna fired. Lyn's visit stirs emotions. Paul and Elle discover the mystery blackmailer. Didge confesses to dad Steve she caused Chris's possibly fatal fall. While gathering courage to face the police, she sees Riley kissing (actually passively) with aunt Nicola. Riley accepts a Middle east war correspondent posting. Karl is caught between patient confidentiality and Fitzy's worries for Sam's crazy risks.
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Hearing the police is on Didge's trace, Steven panics and makes a false confession, she also confesses. Paul is furious having discovered Lyn blackmailed him, Stef learns her hair salon is going bust. Mikey insists Ned takes him to a movie, and Lou to help organize a surprise dinner with Kirsten. Ollie pushes kleptomaniac Carmie to come clean to Marco, so Sienna is rehired. The Parkers pressure Riley to stay, in vain. Nicola steals his goodbye letter.
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To make up with Chris as Paul ordered, Declan plans to replace his slashed tires. Unable to afford even Ned's mate's rate, he accepts a job in his garage. Miranda breaks down now Riley has left. Nicola holds back his goodbye-letter, which cryptically warned against her. Karl calls home when Didge visits Chris, he wakes up a moment grabbing her hand, soon goes into fatal shock. Miranda goes to the police to tell the truth, but ultimately can't. Lyn enjoys threatening Paul to tell Rebecca about his infidelity publicly despite the blackmail payment, but decides against it at the last moment.
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At Steve's bail hearing, where he pleads guilty against everyone's advice, Didge came to confess but is stopped by a joint family effort. Declan, Ringo and Zeke are commandeered to do the school cleaning while the Parkers are in court. After Toadie tells them they can't help Steve's bleak prospects, Declan takes Audrey sniffing Chris's park murder site, and finds Didge's pendant. Fitzy literally dreams about fatherhood.
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Dan worries Sam supposes getting pregnant is easy, Rebecca makes even Ollie believe she probably is already. Declan confronts Didge, who cowardly says nothing, but he guesses the truth. The Dingos commemorate late football player Chris, then hear Steve resign to avoid a rift with Chris's rowdy mate Mozzie's party, which boycotts the team and 'waits for' Steve, only to be scared off by Ramsay Street men.
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Fitzy scolds Salm for telling all Ramsay Street before him she's pregnant, but his child-wish prevails. Later she tells Elle she isn't. Paul braves Rebecca's mean reproach about allowing Declan to attend his school dance. After both boys's blessing, she accepts his parenting rile and a splendid engagement ring. After their party, with sanctimonious Kirsten, Susan decides it's time to betray Paul as Lyn would have wanted before her wedding from hell. Marco is flat-out because of Carmie's credit card abuse.
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Now Susan told Rebecca about Kirsten, Paul and Elle's hope for a happy family life crashes down. Only Stef realizes Paul could well turn Lyn's blackmail in to the police. Ollie and especially Declan, who were looking forward to Paul as official step-dad, are shattered and furious. Rebecca refuses to consider anything Paul says and moves out with Declan, without destination. Susan takes them in. Presuming Elle spilled his beans causes Paul to estrange Elle too. Rachel helps Ty get rid of obnoxious groupie Donna by pretending to be his steady girlfriend.
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Elle has thrown Paul out, Olliver moves out, fires Kirsten and resigns, as Paul does too. Ned does everything possible to spare Mikey, who can't understand why his ma is shunned and attacked by everyone. Fitzy gets chicken pocks and worries about his imaginary baby.
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Now Paul is almost generally shunned, Karl warns him and Elle not to sacrifice their natural bond, so she invites dad back home. Sam's pretend-pregnancy keeps complicating life for Dan, her and Libby, who gets shove away. The hens exchange winy feelings before Lyn's return, Rebecca decides to stay.
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Carmie tells Marco she already invited Rebecca, a perfect babysitter, to move in. He still jumps when dad wants annual inventory help in his firm. Declan hears Didge's secret but keeps its. Fitz and envious Sam congratulate Toadie, whose adoption of pre-teen boy Dia Alemeida from East Timor is approved. Dan learns his rash is an allergy, for Toadies' dog Bob, who therefore moves to Steph. Miranda discovers Riley's goodbye-letter, on Nicola.
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Marco is far from amused to discover Carmie steals from his till to supplement her shopping addiction. She blames it on 'extreme stress' while he's the one toiling like a galley slave and blames him for spending little time with her. Ty dumps Donna's groupie-mail unread. Toadie's adoption falls through at the last moment because his blatant lie to Immigration is discovered. Now Riley's letter is known, Nicola pretends he seduced her and claims their parents favored golden girl Miranda.
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When Marco's pa Franco finds out about his double job and practically demands exclusivity for the family business, Marco tells Carmie he chooses for his own instead. Then pa's revelation to be forced to retire by a cardiac condition changes Marco's mind. Steph finds an alternative for Toadie's failed adoption: minding playful rascal Callum Jones, who is bored living with his grandma. The Parkers prepare for Steve's murder trial, but Didge nor Miranda are prepared to let the innocent family-man plead guilty while innocent.
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Carmie tries to convince father-in-law Franco the General Store is Marco's passion. Alas, he only scolds Marco for switching family loyalty to a bastard-daughter. Another mild attack makes Marco fold. Ramsay Street prepares for Steve's trial. Didge and Declan even forge medical certificates to dodge school. After his grandma's cardiac crisis, Callum moved in with Toadie indefinitely. Susan minds the rascal during the trial, but looses him in the park, having forgotten her pills.
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Didge only confesses at Steve's trial after his guilty plea has been declared a sentence. The police will investigate again, but meanwhile he's convicted. Declan and Ringo convince Zeke their best chance is to get Taylah to come forward about Chris's beyond-romantic past. Sam's pregnancy lie keeps complicating life.
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When Marco tells Elle the truth, she accepts to buy him out. Kirsten hires Sam to sue Oliver for unfair dismissal. Clearly bipolar again, Sam accepts arbitration while flirting openly with him and Ty, telling she's finished with Dan. She dodges the obstetrician appointment he and Karl arranged. The police decides not to charge Didge. Paul's offered help is still considered dubious by definition.
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After without her pills again totally bipolar Sam went missing all night, Oliver accepts Dan and Elle's apologies for doubting his honorable hosting. Ty sells ticket for the fire brigade benefit; when the venue is denied Libby volunteers the pub and pushes her to date fireman Jay Duncan. Even when Paul stops Declan from leaving school, Rebecca reacts blindly hostile.
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Unable to keep pretending she's pregnant, Sam tells Dan she 'lost the baby'. Libby hears from Elle and presses Karl they should tell Dan. Karl objects to Susan volunteering for an MS drug test. Wrestling helps Callum bond with Toadie, but the rascal remains a terrible handful and gizmo-kleptomaniac.
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Dan finally forces Sam to confess the truth, and considers to dump the disgusting liar, especially after she blames Libby for telling Elle the truth. Steve is told his sentence is squashed, but refuses to be picked up by his family in jail. Lou will do, keeping quiet about bruises, but the threat follows him to Ramsay Street. Zeke is firmly on Karl's side, opposing Susan's plan to volunteer for an experimental drug.
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Steve's welcome back-joy is clouded by the presence of vindictive Pete Ferguson, who says either he or his family must pay. The kids ponder and accept Lou's fund-raising idea for the fire department: as kissing booth. To their surprise Ty's tickets (so far no Donna) are outsold by Declan's, or is that Rebecca's doing? Sam won't even listen to Dan, runs away, ruins her car, accepts a lift back from Pete.
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A pills incident betrays slave-driver Franco is manipulating flat-out good son Marco. Declan finds out his ma passed her law school admission exam but can't pay to study. When he asks Paul for a busboy job, he and Elle offer to pay for her. Kirsten takes a grease monkey job with Ned, at which she stinks. Ollie and Elle offer to hire her back to avoid a dismissal lawsuit, both parties play rather dirty. Steve welcomes Lou moving in, another man for safety, and is soon found out to be bruised and threatened by his home ladies.
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Ty's kissing booth tickets are sold, but Rachel saves him from Donna by paying Ringo to stand in. Declan is surprised all his tickets were bought by Bridget. Oliver guessed so, but inadvertently betrays to Paul Elle called her dad unreliably with Rebecca. Furious, Paul moves out and swears to steal Lassiter's back. Marco is furious his dad manipulated him by pretending illness. Carmie makes him make up and tell he's infertile. Callum's kleptomania is discovered and dealt with.
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Marco is completely disgusted when dad confesses he refused immunizations, wrongly assumed his infertility's cause. Yet they soon make up. Pete Ferguson threatens Steve again. His obstruction sentence is a hefty fine, no jail. Nicola gets the Parkers to worry for a stray dog who bit her. Sam wants Dan to leave Erisborough with her.
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Sam demands Dan decides within 24 hours whether to emigrate to Auckland with her. Dan is so startled he rages at Ringo after a prank at lip-locked Declan and Bridget. Harold is back, apparently afraid of his own shadow. Lou gives Steve the proceeds of his caravan sale and is accepted as the Parkers' permanent lodger. Susan is frustrated to be rejected for the drug trial, but Karl promises to pull some strings.
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Dan has a hard time taking goodbye in a hurry from everybody, although even Ringo forgives him instantly, the worst being Libby. Karl has got Susan accepted for the drug trial, and she asks equally suspicious Zeke to monitor her case critically. Elle refuses to make up with Paul. Just before their flight for New Zealand boards, Sam sneaks back and gives Libby an envelop for Dan.
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Ringo is flattered Ty-stalker Donna takes in interest in him, unaware she just pumps him for information to copycat Rachel. Paul gets Tim's assurance he'll have his assets back within hours. Brad feared for a newspaper take-over, with reason. Oliver accepts to attend Marco's birthday picnic and gets Elle to join him. Frustrated Dan jogs trying to forget.
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Marco enjoys his birthday picnic immensely and brings the romantic special ingredient: Carmie's engagement ring! Nearby, Dan's latest frustration outlet is participating in fireman Jay Duncan's wood clearing party. Even Callum nags Toadie till they join the 'adventure'. Declan catches scorned dad and lover Paul 'spying'. However a real fire starts, while Karl and Susan are lost.
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As the fire grows, Jay sends most of the crew away with the kids while the vets and Stef rescue Dan, who got wounded saving Callum from a crashing tree. Marco's party can barely reach a stone building, later joined by the fire crew. Ned gets missing after going back far for Kirsten, who stupidly returned 'to help him'. Marco and Oliver returned, but Marco couldn't get inside as the door got stuck. Paul picked up Karl and Susan, who were totally lost.
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As the fire subsides, Ned is quickly found, carrying unconscious Nicola, but terribly worried how Mikey will handle Kirsten's critical condition. Oliver finds Marco as promised, conscious, but Karl must diagnose his internal injuries possibly beyond help. Jay tells Ringo to overcome his doubts and tell the police Rcahel's theory jealous Donna might have started the fire, just after Ty scorned her. Declan publicly declares his love for Bridget.
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Marco insists on marrying Carmella the very next day, without telling her it may be his last. She guesses the truth, but decides to accept anyway. Mikey's suggestion his mother rejoins the family now she's diagnosed out of lethal danger, despite her own objection to be too sick to be a 'real ma and wife'. Marco's happy marriage lasts only months, then Chloe is orphaned.
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Marco hasn't survived his wedding day. Oliver feels guilty for heading to the lake and intends to take care of Carmie and Chloe. Admiring Marco's last family pictures, Declan and Didge make their own. Elle starts questioning survivors for an article on the fire. Prime suspect Donna claims she saw the arsonist.
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Ringo gets Toadie to defend arson suspect Donna, who claims she saw (and fears) the arsonist. He dumps the obvious liar on unwilling Dan, who decides to take a lazy holiday for once. Harold tells Susan about his 'misbehavior' with a nice lady. Lou sneakily traces and contacts her via his cellphone. After Elle states that Paul has something to hide, he confesses he left Kirsten (presumably dead) behind, but she still suspects he's the arsonist. Mikey has an imaginary friend, Jerry.
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Paul feels so guilty about overseeing Kirsten that Toadie has a hard time helping the police learn about his innocence, which Oliver and Rebecca believe, but not Elle. Marco's ghost appears to grief-stricken Carmella. Jay and Steph worry after finding a lighter on Callum.
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Marco appears again to prepare Carmella for the funeral and to say goodbye there. Oliver moves in to support her through her grieving process, but kisses her too soon. After Callum is found setting a shed alight, Jay offers to have an expert check the rascal out.
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Declan convinces Didge it's better to approach her dad easy gentle way and win his trust. Rebecca assumes Ollie's kissing incident with -actually already forgiving- Carmella was malicious, Elle preying has a similar effect. On Paul's orders, Elle tries to interview Callum as the arson suspect, actually to flush the real culprit. Carmie asks Elle in vain to cancel the General Store sale and become partners, but the inheritance actually empowers her to do so, but she manages to negotiate a veto.
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Elle refuses to believe Oliver, so he's dumped. Paul grants Nicole newspaper archives access, guessing she's helping Toadie snooping for the arsonist. They actually suspect Jay, who 'saved' four other families resembling Steph and Charlie. Ringo and Rachel tell Donna they told the police about her.
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Donna seems to have transferred to Erinsborough High for her new obsession: Dan, who means to be her mere counselor but is warned by Rachel and Libby. Harold tells Lou and Susan he pretended to travel-lady Kate to be in cars, as she's arriving and want to see his dealership. Jay is feared to strike out now he feels suspicion and takes Steph on a bush cabin trip with Charlie.
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Declan and Deidge's natural eagerness to kiss becomes a matter of dispute on education between strict Steve, diplomatic Dan and libertarians Libby and Rebecca. Given the antiquated prudish school rules, it also becomes a protest for modernization. Steph ponders Toadie's paper cuttings on rescued women, shows them to Jay but remains at tenterhooks. She even makes an escape attempt which car failure prevents, but he remains cool and gives her jewelry.
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Rebecca manages to whine, antagonize Steve again and make Didge physically hesitant towards Declan again. Steph manages to give Toadie and Nicola clues about her whereabouts and makes Charlie run away. By the time Jay decides against trusting her, the cavalry arrives, but can't stop him lighting a fire.
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Zeke accidentally sees Didge naked in the gym's locker-room. Kirstie refuses Ned's moral support during an exhausting burns dressing change. Jay has set fire to the cabin, but Toadie gets up and chases him. Callum can't hear the story enough and discovers a surprise visitor.
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Oliver feels tortured by the girls constantly reproaching him every well-meant move or word, and by his love for Elle and Carmella. Callum's warning prevented Jay from kidnapping Charlie, but Toadie doesn't believe him. Carmie still desperately seeks 'physical' contact with Marco. Harold follows Lou's advice to keep in fake character with his last chance' date, but Lou pushes them to an absurd venue.
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Visiting Kirstie with Mikey, Ned is furious that Jay is in hospital near Steph after he stabbed her badly at Toadie's home. The kids keep speculating and joking whether and what if Declan is told about the towel drop. Zeke suffers a cruel atonement. Susan discovers Kate's car-passion is as fake as Harold's. Donna steals a letter from Angus.
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Dan presides over a Dingoes gym class, where Libby proves her incompetence and stupidly reg-fuses his help but the kids have fun. Didge discovers Donna hid Angus's letter to Rachel, makes her 'post' it but they get caught in the act. Even Zeke fails to understand why Rachel desperately misses his ring, finds and hides it, then hands it over but advises not to read his letter. .
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Lucas 'Luke', a motor race track mechanic to the girls taste shows his superior barman skills in Charlie's. Libby gets his attention but runs off, yet Steph convinces her to return for a date. Finding him treed boxers only his mates, she meanly takes the lead of an abusive hens pack. He still takes her on a romantic night tour. In the morning, Dan recognizes Luke's vintage motorbike. Rachel tells Susan she wants to visit Angus, preferably accompanied by her. Susan tries behind her back to arrange a ban, but Toadie says that's legally impossible.
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After more malicious considerations among girls, Susan accompanies Rachel on a visit to Angus, who is soon to be released anyhow. Gentleman-barman Ty reminds Lucas to remain a gentleman with Libby, who behaves behaves as hypocritically as Steph about her date with him, especially to Dan. Nicola's break-up with Toadie has the sneakily planned effect.
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Ned can't get Kirstie to accept financial help for specialist treatment. A drunk Rebecca kisses Paul, which Steph enjoys stopping, but keeps doubting. Susan's presence sabotages Rachel's visit to Angus but accepts on Libby's advice to agree to a second, chaperoned by Declan to spare Didge. Angus declares his true love and hopes for a new start together when he's released in a few days. Because Steve is determined to tell Miranda about them, Nicola beats him to it.
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Oliver is back and Carmie's good books, but hence out of Elle's. Rachel emerges from visiting Angus announcing they'll be a couple again at-after his release. Susan tries to make him scare away, and gets a promise if she's ever hurt. Ned is desperate enough to finance Kirstie's skin treatment to tell Steve he has to pull out of their joint mortgage. Harold and Kate happily find out both having faked car-fascination. Nicola's lie Steve kissed her is found out, and she betrays having seduced Riley into bed.
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Steph wickedly stirs Libby to 'punish' Luke for standing her up where it hurts a fellow biker most: his vintage Triumph. Miranda completely breaks with 'son-raping' sister Miranda and refuses to hear Ned's plight until Steve straightens her out. Only Paul realizes Kirstie feels her family is better off without her. Ned refuses him paying for a Perth transfer.
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The Parkers finally agree to kick Nicola out, for good. Prodded by Toadie to apologize, she is overheard Miranda started her marriage 'loveless'. After Lucas retorts Libby's air out of tires prank, she finally breaks Steph's girl power rules which even Ty can't understand and accept his invitation to an art opening. There she discovers the artist, George Hanson, is Luke's pseudonym.
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Ned' objections against Paul's money for Kirstie's Perth treatment are overcome by a fake rescue reward, although he sees right trough it. Steve takes out his domestic frustration on the Dingos, until Dan knocks him over with a hand injury, to be treated by wicked Nicola. Declan is Didge's rock while her questions get Nicola to betray she also seduced Steve. Miranda admits she did her economics professor and broke with him just before accepting Steve's proposal.
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Ned and Mickey pack to live in Perth at least for the duration of Kirstie's skin treatment. When Angus tells Rachel his release is postponed because his father no longer offers the required steady home, she promises help. Zeke is worried sick. Susan refuses to take him in, but finds with Harold's help a Salvo flat. The kids are amused to see Harold and Kate tidy his camper up, 'cleaning' it for his northern travel leg. Kate eagerly agrees to join him, but insists on planing every detail, which he refuses. Didge said her mother was as bad a Nicola and injured her leg storming out. Dan agreed to take Steve in, but won't take Didge there. Declan gets her 'recovering' in his room.
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Dinner guest Angus is told discretely by Susan and Ringo, and openly, almost constantly by Zeke, he's far from welcome in their home and Rachel's life. Declan makes her welcome in his bedroom, while Oliver isn't welcomed anywhere. Elle's newspaper picture of Angus kissing Rachel during street cricket 'inspires' vandals. Didge gives in to Rachel's plea to ask if Angus can get a job at the gym. Then she bumps into wheelchair stud Josh at school. To Harold's relief, Kate accepts to join him without elaborate planning.
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Just when Angus and Rachel cuddle up after the 'perv' writing on his flat window, a brick is thrown in. As she was lightly hurt and refuses to spend the night at Susan's alone, Angus is also invited. Karl ignores this when returning home early. Ringo confesses he was the paint vandal. After testifying about spinal injury with Justin, Didge realizes her parents belong together with her. After a joke from Declan about a possible rival, she wants a 'Dec' tattoo, but is underage.
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Karl's return home unprepared for Angus's presence causes Rachel to run with Angus to his apartment, and Susan to sneer at Karl, so he feels unwelcome because of his London 'other' family. Zeke convinces Rachel she owes it to their adoptive parents to move back. Declan and Didge disagree about Josh's rival or innocent intentions. Preparing a surprise party for Declan and playing with Chloe's finger paint bring Oliver and Carmie back on kissing terms.
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On his 18th birthday, Declan is delighted with Oliver's gift, a personal trainer voucher, and especially Paul's, a lap-top. His anger to find Bridget, who lied she was getting is present, meeting with Josh, recedes when he gets a preview: his name tattooed on her backside. Donna, who got her a fake idea, now focuses on Josh. Karl's sermon scared Angus. When Ty brings her to his flat, he's gone without a goodbye, but after a bitter message from her he returns.
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Birthday boy Declan is surprised, not to get a party but that it's costumed, theme 'favorite villain'. Angus is back, but gets a cold welcome even from trust-losing Rachel. Zeke is at his wit's end. Dan is finally over Sam enough to ignore her messages and concentrate on Libby, but she dashes off to receive and kiss Luke. Nicola ruins everything by kissing Steve, who doesn't get a chance to explain it wasn't the other way around.
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Declan's party goes on. Oliver is headhunted for a fine position in New York. He wants Carmella to come along with Chloe, but she fears that would break any sense of contact with Marco. Declan promises to keep an eye on them. Josh enjoys Donna's flirting. Lucas savors takeaway and kisses with Libby. She's gloomily watched from outside by Dan, who bursts in after recognizing Luke's motorbike.
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Donna's rowdy 'friends' turned Declan's party into a literally dirty mess and dragon Rebecca is home early, but his real friends stay and help. Dan and Luke still tell nobody what antagonizes them. Angus convinces Rachel to move in with him. Dan warns Angus can't enter school ground and her marks are slipping unacceptably.
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Dan finally kisses Libby, but she presumes that's just jealousy and plays hokey to have a picnic with Lucas. The principal invites Dan to postulate for her post when she transfers to another school, but only if he can collaborate closely with Libby. Rachel gets a F for shoddy work, Zeke blames Angus 'taking over'. Ty scares Angus out of postulating for a gym job. Paul sees his credit card is refused and offers to pay for his story in the newspaper. Dan and Luke Fitsgerald finally tell Libby viz. Toadie they're rivaling brothers, who fell out after a tragic motorbike incident.
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Paul makes Angus a generous offer for his exclusive story, promising a way around the ban to profit from one's crimes: Rachel, who hesitates but gives an emotional interview to Elle. Declan intends to get tattooed like Didge, but luckily passes out and gets a fake. Elle's low opinion of partner Carmie's service causes a fight. A call from Dan makes Luke abandon date Libby and confront Dan in the pub, where Libby learns they're brothers.
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Paul has edited Elle's sensitive, pensive Angus-story to his taste, more combative. Rachel and Susan each fear it's too hard on the other. Didge's refusal to talk to dad (while everybody ignores Nicola) doesn't work at the PTA, where her dodging with Declan is reproached. Zeke gets full praise, Ringo for effort and attitude, yet needs tutoring for maths and English. Angus accompanies Rachel. Told he's her new boss, Libby keeps attacking Dan claiming 'family prejudice', even when he suggests Rachel handed in a paper he believes to be Angus's work.
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Harold and Henry act fast to apprehend the burglar at Number 32. The following day, Daphne and Jamie arrive home from the hospital. Later, Madge and Mrs Mangel have another argument, but the end result is a devastating one as Mrs Mangel collapses in her own home.
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Mikey tells the Parkers, Jake and Callum via a video posted on the Internet that things are going well in Perth. Hounded by the press, Angus nearly looses his self-control. He finds laborer's work in Adelaide and convinces Rachel to join him. When she admits not to have told at home, he turns back and asks her for her final choice. She moves back in with Karl.
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Ringo and Zeke exchange sexual inexperience while timing Declan and Didge's kiss-stamina. Dan tells he nearly killed Lucas in a race his brother didn't consider accidental. Elle wants Paul to apologize to the Kennedys, he only sees a story with more possibilities. Steve moves back home, so Didge also leaves homily disappointed Declan's room. After Libby misinterprets Elle flirting with Lucas, she scolds him and is told to choose her Fitzgerald brother. Zeke is relieved Rachel assures she's back for good, Angus gone.
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Dan and Luke bicker and fight over Libby and their past. Dan ends up in hospital with an arm in a sling. Rebecca presses the brothers and even shy Ty into a bachelor auction for the Dingos. Principal Helen Carr switches support for her succession from Dan to snake Libby. Justin Hunter's bunch teases Rachel. When Susan complains to Paul about the Angus story, he offers her a front page reply. Rachel refuses a keyboard, whether it's sent by Angus or Ty.
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Declan is among the boys most in demand and most eager to be auctioned as 'slave'. Carmella notices Ringo slipped out, so he confides in her he's still not be comfortable with his body, however healthy and hunky, and she buys him as muscle for the General Store. Steph 'buys' Ty, Rebecca Declan. Nicola nearly outbids Miranda for Steve, Donna Josh and Declan for Bridget. Rachel feels stalked, home alone babysitting Ben and Charlie. In the dark during a power-break, she knocks down 'intruder' Ty.
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After knocking down her 'stalker' in the dark, Rachel runs out to get Dan's help, who finds it was just Ty. Only Zeke really thinks Ty stalked Rachel, she suspects bully Justin Hunter. He confesses to them, scared to face home or police, motive she embarrassed him. Nicole is broke and unpopular as a nurse too, but Karl protects her and gets Toadie to let her move in temporarily, to Steve's and Susan's anger but Callum's delight and Dan's nursing comfort.
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Paul asks Susan to become a story reporter for his newspaper, Karl feels she should apply for her old job as principal. Josh tells Donna he still prefers Didge and taunts Declan, first in a wheelchair basketball duel, then in the gym. There Declan pretends they already had sex and soon gets dumped for that lie. The Parker parents admit the're not actually together again.
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Silly teacher Katsis needlessly worries Toadie and pretend pseudo-parental partner Dan about slightly sexy girl photographs healthily horny scamp Callum got from Nicola's own PC. Ex-con Pete Ferguson is hospitalized, obviously wounded during a break-in at Steve's veterinary surgery. Nicola tortures a confession out of him by withholding pain killer injections. She gets away with it behind Karl's back, police sergeant Ray Moller becomes her passive accomplice. Josh's ploy gets temperamental Declan in more trouble.
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Josh dares rival Declan to a wheelchair basketball duel. Pete refuses a blood sample to be tested by Karl. Nicola, who fears to be infected, steals one. Susan, who worries about sick lap dog Audrey but had to take a ride from Paul, is suspicious about her hugging Karl, who feels bound by medical confidentiality.
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Ringo and Harry stand in at the débutante ball committee for Donna and Katie who are obsessed by Saffron viz. engaged in dance training but foot-wounded. Karl tries to warn Libby against taking a loan to buy Steph's house without properly consulting Dan. Saffron's absurd demands drive Donna not only to completely neglect Ringo but also to steal an fresh design from an unknown designer.
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Ever-supportive Ringo tells Donna, who feels guilty for wrecking Kate's feet but still commandeers Sophie as model, to keep trying designing, but Saffron's deadline is implacable. Karl keeps warning Libby she must consult Dan about the bank loan to buy Steph's house, which would give Ben his own room, but by the time she does Dan has already withdrawn $12,000 for Sam. Not only Ben won a school prize, also Sophie, but she keeps it quiet for tyrant Kate as it's on the day of her dance showcase, happy Harry will attend, until he fails to resist Kate's request.
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Coward Donna has quit Saffron's firm by e-mail, but is personally summoned to a meeting. After she admits, first to Ringo, then there, that she stole the new design from Internet, production must bu stopped at great expense. Kate stupidly ignores everyone's support and advice at school to 'surprise' Harry and Sophie at the school award, only to be scolded and dragged along to the showcase. they're late, but Harry cleverly gets them in. However being late costs her any chance of selection.
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Even Harry's patience with ingrate tyrant Kate runs out when she wines she can't try again because he and Sophie 'force' her to so much work she 'never has a spare second', while wasting endless time on the school dance committee, and rudely refuses to receive cake-bearing Declan. Donna desperately tries to save her stillborn fashion career, at Ringo's, school's and Paul's household's expense. Rebecca finds out but cowardly passes the problem to Paul.
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Dan is finally home, to Ben's joy, but Libby is completely unreasonable with blind support from her parents and Sam keeps contacting him, which he gets blamed for again and again although her house loan stunt was way worse. Ultimately Ben gets hurt. Paul's efforts to make Donna move in back fail by (in)direct bribes fail, but Ringo shows him a way for free.
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Libby's cruelty to Dan and her parents' blind support made Ben the meat in the sandwich, fearing Dan might no longer love him. After Libby stupidly calls and scolds Sam, Susan attacks irrationally. Lyn is startled when Lou returns from New York and invokes a clause in his sale to Elle guaranteeing him a Store position, but also promises to work around Paul's suppliers embargo and succeeds. Paul lure him away to Charlie's.
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Dan gets Libby to agree before accepting Karl's family meeting offer, where Susan apologizes, to turn down the house deposit loan and announce Sam ca keep the cash. Paul's supply blockade has drained Lyn's customers to Lou and Rebecca, so she's forced to sell the Store again, alas to the chain. Kate's 'green project' to compensate the ball energy consumption by pedal-power is crossed by an Internet video of her dance showcase with a whining parody soundtrack and utter sabotage, clearly to Amanda's taste.
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The prospect of chain Apollo's moving in motivates Lou and Rebecca to save whining Lyn's bacon by secretly supplying the Store behind Paul's back, but he soon finds out. Kate and supporters (ab)use every means to man the power paddling, but her mean refusal to help him get a date at the deb dance with Sarah hurts Harry enough for passive sabotage.
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Zeke and the gang help Kate, who finally wants to make up for ruining harry's date prospects, but that only succeeds to antagonize Kyle, as Sarah blindly follows Amanda's instructions. Donna still bends to Saffron's abusive whims without any reason, self-respect or regard for Ringo.
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Elle is back after a dream apprenticeship in shopping Mecca New York, but broke, so Lucas teaches her budgeting and throws a surprise home dinner. Paul offers to buy his house back. Donna is obviously very gloomy after her fall-out with Saffron, even throwing away the flowers her ex-tyrant sent, Ella convinces her to fight back at the abusive bitch by filing a legal complaint.
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Harry is convinced by Amanda she can still get him a cool date with Sarah if he smuggles in alcohol at the dance. Refusals to cooperate from Declan, Lou and everyone else's warnings can't discourage Harry. Karl prevents Ben running away by letting him camp is the grand-parental home, soon joined by Callum, who declares the 'people's republic of Ben', and Charlie. Dan keeps trying to win the boy's confidence back, despite Libby's stupid cynicism.
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Harry has smuggled in the alcohol for Amanda, who won't take charge of it and keeps dangling Sarah as bait. Declan tries to protect Harry against himself, but ends up with the vodka in his locker, which is searched after Dan was tipped off. Kate accepts to dance-coach Sunny, who gets her unwillingly elected as ball waltz teacher, but Amanda manages to book Jason as celebrity guest. Kata cowardly bails out, so 'date' Harry now depends solely on Amanda fixing him up with Sarah. Cccky Callum and scared Sophie meanwhile attend orientation day and decide to team up against scary big kids, such as Kyle.
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Declan refuses to avoid expulsion by telling Dan the alcohol was planted by Harry, who feels guilty, but not enough to risk his siblings being split up by social services, until he hears Dan would also cancel the dance. Kyle cockily looks forward to dance-dating distant-acting Donna. Nobody understands Kate's cowardly backing out of the dance, but Amanda's ridicule changes her mind.
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Harry gets stuck with dinner for whining Sophie because selfish Kate care only for her ball, just to spite Amanda. Declan refuses to stand in as dance partner, claiming he must mind India, so Kate asks Lou, but the Kennedys resolve to find a younger man, although even Lyn's electrician runs a mile. Ringo and Zeke are miserable while the girls fuzz about klutz Sunny's see-trough dress and broken heels. At the last moment, three potential partners show up.
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Declan is chosen as Kate's débutante ball cavalier. Amanda proves an accident not waiting to happen, causing Steph to spill dip all over Kate's dress. The coward hide sin the ladies, until poor Declan talks her over and Donna fixes her dress. Zeke even manages to arrange the stage-case professional star Jason suggested she should try again. Lucas and Elle seem to have financial trust troubles, but there's more then one surprise.
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Lucas is even more startled then Elle when his surprise proposal at the ball gets no reasons. She soon explains she felt guilty having hidden she sold the house back to Paul to regain solvency. They kiss up and plan engagement celebrations. Paul nor Dan, who fears a stress-stirred gambling relapse, is keen on the marriage prospect. The lack of confidence makes Lucas bitter.
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Dan's sincere opinion that Elle just isn't right for Lucas yields bitter reaction all-round, leaving the brothers no longer on speaking terms. Callum's length complex is cured, but he decides to break up with Sophie to avoid sissy teasing. There's a grim bug going round, ultimately traced to Lynn's sandwiched for the dance. It's refused as excuse to postpone the social services inspection, and the insensitive official coldly tells Harry she's recommending to break the Ramsays up.
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Unfortunate Harry is abused by both sisters until Toadie points out the Ramsay case with social services depends on showing a tight family front. Meanwhile ma's birthday approaches and Kate's second chance showcase, which she hopes to lead to a permanent job, is moved ahead. Lou works out Lynn's sandwiches spread the bug and blackmails her and Steph for a long list of demands. The health inspector finds only the wiring, but orders a close-down for repairs on top of a $2,000 fine.
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The kids can't afford to waste a whole day on 'lonely' Donna's flippantly elaborate birthday program. Ringo gets stuck with making her understand. A sorry-necklace from Saffron makes her seriously consider to drop her complaint and resume that fashion career avenue. Harry's domestic efforts finally get some sanctimonious recognition from Kate now she desperately needs help as Jason has selected her for his dance group.
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Ringo acted responsibly with Donna, but can't concentrate on his Shakespearian exam himself. Lucas is startled that Elle accepted a land land development investigation job, just as rivaling colleague Josh Burns, who makes a bad fall on the site, where they both get stuck without phone reach until she wriggles out, calls Lucas and dives back in.
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Paul and Karl calm down the others while everybody waits for Elle and already unconscious Josh to be rescued, but only she survives and finishes the piece at Lucas's suggestion after the project is shut down. Paul calls it proof she's too good for a local paper, Lucas recontacts New York. Dan chooses not to know the baby's sex and refuses to give in to the Kennedy girls, this time supported by Karl, yet gives in during the ultrasound- it's a boy.
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Encouraged by Lucas's spontaneous willingness to move with her, Elle resolves to accept the New York job after all. Dan's concern about AA support is waved during the overseas move planning. Even nitwit Donna doesn't need long to 'approve' and decide to stay with Ringo at least till graduation. Lou and Lyn bicker on in the Store. Dan is far from amused when a settlement is agreed involving Lou moving in at Dan's without even consulting him in advance, yet allows it. Elle gets an altered offer as New York based Middle East corespondent.
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Ringo can't concentrate on his crucial exams because Donna haunts him. Preparations for Elle's move go on, although Lucas can't really be with her even if he follows to New York, so she keeps doubting. Another pressing decision is whether to maintain the unproven complain against abusive Saffron, the answer being police-counseled mediation, where Saffron's version sounds convincing, followed by private threats.
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Lucas waits until their goodbye home-picnic (in the garage because of rain) until he tells Elle he won't join her to New York. Paul overcomes her urge to stay for Lucas. Her departure clearly brings him on the brink of a gambling relapse. Ringo's support gave Donna the courage to demand a hearing on saffron's abuse, but ambition makes her withdraw the complaint entirely. However the designer-bitch's assistant Lindsey is easily persuaded to reveal all her abuse.
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Zeke is falsely accused of selling to Kyle an Enbglish assignment of improbable quality. He swallows his denial after learning it was Sunny, whom Kyle overheard telling Donna she failed to inform her Korean parents, but she owes up. Now Elle has moved out, Dan tries to baby-sit brother Lucas, who crashes in Steph's house.
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Dan watches over Lucas like a hawk, desperate to prevent a gambling relapse. Now Sunny has confessed her cheating and lies, Karl still mediates with her parents. Susan gets Libby to ask Dan to limit punishment to internal school discipline, but he refuses as principal to keep the truth from the exchange program, warning her own disrespect deserves a sanction. Lou gets stuck with minding the rascals and devises an unconventional treasure hunt, which gets silly criticism from Libby.
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Harry tries desperately to score points after Kate meanly made him feel extra-guilty for reassuring Sophie everything will work out. Libby admits Dan is right but still pretends to her parents he's hostile, so Susan's meddling is too much for Dan, who dreams of a drastic solution: leaving Erinsborough once his baby is born. Lou and Lyn bicker how to attract customers. Harry's contribution earns him a character reference letter for social services.
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Now Dan has put his foot down, Susan eats humble pie and seems to patch things up, but is still told about the moving plan. As usual Harry does everything right and gets help from;DEcaln plus a glowing character reference from Lynn while Kate gives absurd orders, seconded by Donna. Yet she bought 'back-up' one-way bus tickets for Sidney. When the social services inspector arrives for unexpected pre-visits, she panics and pushes for a prediction Harry may be recommended for foster care. Kate tries to keep the fugue plan hidden for brat Sophie till the last moment against Harruy's judgment, but is overheard and still gets her irresponsible way.
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Ringo calmly suffers Donna's mean suggestion he's insensitive for concentrating on his paramedic course rather then her senseless ranting about Saffron blacklisting her. The Ramsays' fugue by bus takes a bad start and comes to a grinding halt when Paul cancels their credit card. Harry is the only one with enough sense to have called uncle Paul and advocate returning, yet the social workers s still intend to have him alone placed in foster care, unlike fuck-up Kate and whining brat Sophie. Paul offers an alternative, taking them all in as legal guardian.
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Dan nor Susan believe in Karl's beach-house reconciliation retreat, but still come along. Paul, the Ramsays and friends are shocked when the idiotic social worker orders Harry to report to a foster family. Lou first scolds Paul, senselessly, then volunteers as alternative guardian for the three kids. Dan refuses to be made feel 'endebted' for surrogacy lifelong, which Susan actually seems to understand. Still it comes to a bitter confrontation, after which Dan, wearing a Walkman, fails to see she fell with another Ms attack.
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Zeke and Sunny want to make love before her parents probably repatriate her. She backs down at the last minute, then feels guilty although Zeke remains patient and hopeful. After a bitter Kennedy bashing session with Lucas, Dan hears about Susan's fall and seizure, for which unsettled Karl blames him while Libby almost ignores her husband. .
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After the news Susan lost the baby, Zeke gets support from his friends. Dan and Libby seem close again, but only to stand by Ben. Harry's custody procedure remains wait and see. Rocky gets more intensive training, actually more therapeutic for gloomy kids. Sunny scolds Donna's selfish failure to appreciate Ringo.
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While looking down on his paramedic training, Donna whines he isn't enthusiastic enough about her fashion obsession, even after he invents the name 'shrugalong' for her stole-bolero-cross. Lucas supports Dan and helps him arrange a memorial service for the baby, named Sean Thomas after both great-grandfathers. Realizing Libby secretly blames Dan Lucas bitterly suggests openly hostile Susan shouldn't come if she can't make up. She still does, but rages at Dan, gets all worked up and gets another seizure.
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Urged by Declan not to compromise the end of school-year fun, Ringo grudgingly accepts to make up with Donna. Although his advice once again saved her bank loan from failing trough her fashionable shenanigans, she meanly scolds his barely implicit I told you so. After Ben overhears Ben about Susan's hostility, he bravely takes Dan's side as nobody gives a reason to blame him. Karl blames Libby for accepting Susan's surrogacy motherhood and himself for allowing it. When Dan learns Libby blames him, he furiously leaves.
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Realizing a visit from Sunny's parents can't go right now his family is a mess, Zeke think up an alternative: visit Korea with his lover. While helping Susan in and out of her wheelchair, Karl's back gives out. Ringo can use the nursing practice, but wonders if the Sidney training he wants would be fatal for his relationship with self-absorbed Donna. It's Dan's turn to depend on Lucas for support and a place to crash after angrily leaving utterly un-supportive Libby. Ben is delighted to see Ben back home. Sunny gets cold feet.
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Harry bravely sends an optimistic video home to put his sisters at ease, even overdoes it so Sophie fears he won't want to return, but while shooting hoops Declan senses he's miserable. Zeke wisely ignores Sunny's plan to sneak off to Korea alone, organizing a grand goodbye party, complete with her favorite band. By the time Harry arrives, Paul has made sure Lou is an acceptable applicant-guardian for the Ramsay kids.
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Harry's foster home roommate Craig Ryan is a bully, who wrecks his stuff and beats him black and blue. Yet Harry decides to tough it out, fearing to endanger his impending return when Lou is formally installed as the Ramsays' guardian. So when Declan drops by to offer him a lift, Harry declines, his bruises being noticed asks to tell nobody. Lucas is suckered into baby-sitting India for Donna, who promised Declan to mind her, and backs down from using the baby as a babe-magnet. Lou decides to keep the tenfold sum (AUD 100,000) Paul accidentally transferred to him and spend most on the Ramsay's new home. After Declan tells Kate and Lou, Harry is brought home, but that's legally kidnapping and seriously compromised Lou's guardianship.
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Since Lou's rescue of Harry legally constitutes 'kidnapping' from the dangerous foster home, he's sneaked out first to the Kennedy home, and after the police turns up out again in a garbage bin. Ben is delighted with a visit from Dan, who now lives separated from Libby for a while and bitterly blames Susan's excessive reproaches, but Ben arranges a truce. Harry returns to avoid his friends getting into trouble with the law and is sent back, but assured Craig will be gone.
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Most kids aren't in the mood for the end of school beach trip. However Kate joins when Harry drops by and Declan celebrated the bigger car Paul got for the dutiful single father by getting bright sombreros for everyone. Ringo allows Donna to commandeer most of his backpack for a third wardrobe. Even Zeke joins, despite a depressing message from Korea: Sunny refuses to stay in touch. Back home, Karl pushes for a clean break with Dan or marriage counseling to spare Susan further stress. Spotting party crashers, Declan orders the reveling outside to avoid damage to the place Paul rented.
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After stealing a kiss from Declan, Katie calls it a silly mistake, yet she and Donna call him and Ringo spoilsports and shamelessly flirt on the beach. Only Zeke rises over his break-up, partying all night and making (girl)friends. Donna catches the eye of charming young entrepreneur Andrew Robinson. Back home, Paul warns Rebbecca not to underestimate Lynn in a yuletide crowd pleasing duel.
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Ringo is bitter when Donna, who keeps lying about her whereabouts all night, treats him as both over-protective and neglectful. After an lecture from Zeke and Ringo, she confesses only to have been unfair and is forgiven. Dan walks out of marriage counseling which clearly gets them nowhere and tries the natural alternative, physical love. Although it works, Libby refuses to be happy again, rakes up their jealousy of Sam viz. Lucas and thus drives Dan out again.
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After fickle Libby just declared their marriage 'just not there anymore', Lucas finds Dan drinking bitterly and takes him to the gym for distraction. The Ben problem now preoccupies everyone, and he knows ma is the problem. Vane Karl orders glasses from Milan. Despite encouraging grades, Callum still fears high-school but seeks Paul's bully-control-advice and next gets Harry's protection in exchange for hanging out with Sophie.
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The Dingo mates stress over their grades, Zeke's reluctance to call back Mia from the party and the girls raiding their food stash. Having broken up, Dan and Libby are miserable, seeking comfort are more with exes Lucas viz. Steph, leading up to adultery. Declan's grades mean no university.
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Dan seriously considers leaving altogether, even doubts whether to attend Christmas as Ben desperately wants, but Lucas may get trough to big brother. Harry is cheerfully home a bit, helping with Christmas cooking, but Sophie can't handle his absence topping the disturbance of traditions, so he overstays under foster rules. Libby's stubbornness forces Dan to leave without even delivering Ben's Christmas present, a bike.
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The photos from the débutant ball rekindle emotions, but mainly melancholy and gloom, Declan even feels guilty for feeling something for Kate. The final exam scores delight Ringo and Donna enough to make up, but he worries about studying at different universities. Paul's checkbook gives Charlie's the upper hand over the Store, but Lou 'lends' some of Paul's erroneous $100,000 for the Ramsay kids, but Lyn gives the game away. Having chased Dan meanly, Libby worries how to tell Ben.
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Ben's joy over opening Christmas presents is cut short when Dan's package proves another father-figure is gone. Lucas lets slip and drag out of his mouth Dan probably felt guilty over an infidelity. Zeke finally reveals his fantastic grades, but refuses to study, he wants a full-time radio job. Karl brings some seasonal joy in the form of a horse-drawn carriage ride. The Ramsays Christmas lightens up with Harry's unexpected arrival. Lucas pushes his motorbike beyond safety limits.
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The Christmas eve spirit gets Ringo and Donna back on romantic terms, despite her utter insecurity. Karl abuses his newspaper Christmas contest judge position, mainly to make Paul dress up as an elf, and still gives the prize away to Harold's Store. Paul shows class by throwing a party anyway, yet with a double bottom: it's his surprise wedding now the final divorce papers came trough. Paul gets the ultimate surprise: a son.
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Christina's son Andrew enjoys staying with equally delighted, involuntarily-absent dad Paul, especially the scared look of his beach holiday date Donna, when she learns he's only 16, quickly becomes Ringo's mate. Sassy Andrew impresses Paul with business initiative enough to overrule his bossy ma. Lucas is brought into hospital after his bad motorbike accident, diagnosed potentially cripple for life, yet refuses to see Dan or Libby. Although embarrassed by her big mouth, Steph is pleasantly surprised to meet young, hunky new priest Sean Corrigan.
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Andrew makes impressed dad Paul promise to coach his business ambition. When his debtors catch up, actually dodgy body-guards the knave owes money since the beach party, Paul turns that into a business-lesson in itself. Rebecca discovers Anderw plans to run once debt-free, but blackmails him to stay and get to know his previously ever-absent pa. Lucas's condition is serious, Karl diagnoses it not hopeless but he'll need lots of help, which he refuses, until Steoph bluntly forces him to face facts.
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Andrew expects blackmailer Rebecca to provide the same 'home service' as his ma and invites Lyn once he knows she and Rebecca are rivals. Ringo is pleasantly surprised Donna suggest to go camping together. Novel guardian Lou delivers, to Harry's satisfaction, but Kate seems to miss being in charge. Airhead Donna's self-righteous lies to keep Declan and Kate apart infuriate both, actually bringing them closer together. Yet cancels their dinner and movie date after being told off for meddling with Indy.
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Zeke cleverly hosts post-Dan-depressed Ben as 'guest music selector'. However Liby's attitude still leads to Ben using a bat on Dan's Christmas-gift-bike, which Susan stresses is 'normal' given his situation. Harry is delighted with Lou's relaxed style of being in charge, only Kate can't resist bossing everybody around pointlessly. Declan forgives Kate and gives her another chance.
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Karl repairs Ben's Dan-bike and makes Libby realize he'll appreciate the last gift again a bit later. Lucas is released home and grudgingly, soon cheerfully, comes to terms with revalidation help, notably from Steph, who seeks support with father Corrigan. Callum plays Cupid again.
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Slick Andrew makes instant friends with the Ramsays and cocky Griffo's basketball gang. Harry feels anyone hanging out with school bully Griffo must be dad too, but Andrew smartly takes Griffo down a peg in front of his mates. Lucas fears his Steph's attitude is just because of his accident. In rehab, he meets life-cripple Billy Forman and abusive physiotherapist Joanne 'Jo' Bell, which proves motivating for him.
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Andrew isn't amused Paul makes him pay back some debt by learning the hotel ropes from the bottom, under Declan. Andrew dodges the menial maintenance by 'volunteering' illegally for bar work. After Declan covers for him returns the favor by helping handle a double booking, but lets Paul assume it was Andrew's idea and gloats at startled Declan. Uniform adjustments requiring Donna's needle nearly exposes her one-night)stand with Andrew, who decides against it.
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Declan grudgingly performs a customers survey questionnaire imposed by Paul, apparently as punishment for the Andrew-incident. Zeke flirts with Mia and painstakingly learns about her private life, actually as illegal human rights activist. Everybody attends a concert at Charlie's, even Lucas on crutches, but Steph bails out with Charlie.
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Zeke's Mia impresses Karl as would be-lawyer. To impress her, Zeke insists to let him partake in the next nocturnal animal lab raid, which nearly goes wrong but achieves an intoxicating kick ending in lovemaking on the scene. Team Lou nervously prepares for a first department inspection concerning Harry's home. Half of Ramsay Streat wonders or worries where Steph went with Charlie.
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Overeager Donna has dumbly accepted an order for 100 "shrugaleros" to deliver in a week, without a clue how to produce them nearly that fast. Paul convinces her to leave to business arrangements to Andrew, who gets a brilliant deal that very day. He does however expect hush payment in kind to keep their single party night from Ringo, actually just a nice dinner. Team Lou worries how to dela with the social inspection while he visits his hospitalized daughter out of state. Just when Toadie made progress with Sonya, Steph calls for help.
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Zeke refuses to get out of formal charges by betraying his animal rights activist cahoots, but to his disgust Susan gives the arresting constable Mia's and questions if the lab target was chosen thoroughly. Andrew cockily and smartly steers clueless Donna trough another 'shrugelareo' crisis at a professional trade fair. Ringo, who came help without notice with his mates, gets verbal abuse and make-up kisses after her mindless instructions went wrong. She calls Andrew jealous and sneaky, an invitation he cheekily seizes to kiss her. Zeke accepts Mia's dubious excuses easily and covers for her again.
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Donna doubts between loyal, sweet Ringo, who treats her to an anniversary breakfast with balloons, but suddenly seems 'immature' for playing with Callum, and slick 'bad boy' Andrew, who helps her with her first contract and is rewarded in kisses. Harry borrows new mate Andrew's superior notebook to cleverly record Lou's voice rattling so as to pretend he's sick when the social officer visits, but an unforeseeable live call from Lou means truth time, not disaster.
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Andrew decides to stay with Paul but is bitter because Donna shoves him aside. He works out his frustration by manipulating Kate to date Kyle and sabotaging jealous Declan, by stealing a crucial Lassiter's wedding cake. Harry brilliantly deals with bully Dean Harman, who even becomes Callum's new skating-mate, to Sofie's furious jealousy.
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Declan sees trough blatantly denying Kate's mean scheme to make him jealous by dating Kayle, which Harry nor Lou can talk her out of. Lucas sort of coaches Kyle. Harold's and Charlie's engage in another commercial duel to sell cocktail singles night tickets, which escalates into an absurd dare between Paul and Lynn, which she wins by promising a mystery celebrity.
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Harry is equally amused as cousin Andrew toys around bully Griffo. Alas the Robinson's joy pales when the thug ransacks his locker and thus accidentally finds a memory-stick, which contains a recording of sex with Donna, who berserkly demands he gives her the proof of her infidelity to Ringo. Griffo wants Harry's spot on the school basketball team, Andrew fails to talk his cousin over without pressuring. Paul teaches his son negotiator bluff, but too late: Griffo already watched him kissing Donna. Paul's rowing with Lyn spreads to a crazy bet between her and his jealous wife.
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Blackmailer Scott 'Griffo' Griffin orders around 'slave' Andrew, who gets another 'lecture' from actual cheater Donna. Andrew breaks into the school files and finds out Griffin's parents work at Lassiter's, so the blackmail shoe lands now on Andrew's foot. The culinary duel, to be judged by celebrity Guy Grossi, degenerates into a public food fight without winner. However it's out-staged by a surprising public revenge.
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Paul initially gives handful Andrew his marching orders back to ma in Sdney, but changes his mind after advice form experienced parents. Ringo gets Zeke's unconditional support and decides to move, initially back home, then rather to give his Sidney dream paramedic course, which he gave up for cheater Donna, another shot, while she is told nothing can make up for her infidelity.
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Callum tries desperately to fit in with 'cool' bully Dean's gang, even ditches maths, but draws the line at shop-lifting, not verbal nerd-abuse. Harry's help is refused by Sophie. Since she returned with Ben, Libby is even more self-centered, abusing even Susan 'for meddling again'. She plans a 'divorce party' without notice, so only Sonya comes. Donna accepts but bails at the last minute, apparently having run away.
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Although Andrew takes all the flack from the boys already while coward Donna just ran away, he calls her offering to take all the blame. After Declan doctors Kate's CV, she gets a dancing gig from producer Terry Kearney, but chorus leader Candace is far from impressed with her amateurism, yet bites the dust. Libby is diagnosed stoned with sedatives, so Susan takes her in 'back home'.
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Andrew Robinson bravely faces his new schoolmates' taunting with the video. Harry initially also avoids him, but soon shows due gratitude. Harry is instantly repaid with clever efforts to help the shy knave use his basketball gift to join the school team, become popular and 'score' with girls, but still can't overcome his loser complex. In the theatre, naive Kate loses her lead after what looks like shoe sabotage causes her fall. Declan mounts a compress crew and Terry gives the lead back.
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After accepting tough advice as Lost Boy, Zeke is even less prepared to apologize in court to save his own future. Overhearing the worrying could make Susan collapse changes his mood, while firmly rebuking hypocrite Libby. Yet in court, his sense of honor and justice wins out. His lawyer fails to make him plead guilty, and the magistrate's patience wears out to the point of jailing the principled knave for con-temp of court. Not content to get the lead at Candace's expense, Kate meanly turns Declan's commiseration with her kid against him to absurdly press cheater Donna's case. Seeing Candice search a job with her child makes fellow single parent Declan's case convincing enough to ask Terry to render her the lead.
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After a night in jail for contempt of court, Zeke apologizes for his disrespect, without changing his plea. Susan's character testimony still gets him off with community service. However his radio manager suspends him on sponsor's orders after a negative newspaper article. Lucas's photography helps make a positive 'animal friend' antidote, but the radio first fires him, then is closed down because the free of rent accommodation is withdrawn. Bully Dean's bunch's acceptance of Callum is reversed when he sides with Sophie once, yet she remains ingrate.
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Zeke is looking for a new job new his clandestine radio station Pirates.Net has been shut down. Paul needs income to invest in renovating Lassiter's and plans to earn in by relaunching the station legally, run by a foundation headed by Rebecca. A mystery stalker for which the boys start reviving the neighborhood watch is identified as Lyn's sassy daughter Summer, who was expelled from private school and wants to enroll in Erinsborough.
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Paul hopes to deflect conflict of interest suspicion by assuring Rebecca, the radio station's CEO, will be independent. He's shocked when she takes that too literally and hires Zeke as both Lost Boy and PirateNet's program director with editorial independence. Andrew makes sure Paul pays from basketball shoes for shy, modest cousin Harry. Summer's arrogance stretches to assuming the 'tacky' anonymous Valentene gifts are from Andrew, yet she appeals to the golden boy as a hard challenge. Lcas and friends are puzzled why Steph keeps changing her mind about returning home. When she does, it's to make a confession.
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After Lucas storms out, having had the first report, Toadie and Steph calla a joint family meeting to sell a lie they concocted, that Steph's fruit of infidelity is Toadie's love-child. Lucas graciously decides to move out of their lives completely. Declan is rather amused how offended Kate acts because Donna didn't contact her, then drives her to a meeting.
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Harry is stunned, Andrew even attracted by the sassy way Summer lures hotshot Dean into utter humiliation. Karl's triumphant return from Milan is not only spoiled by 'fashion barbarians' at home but completely out-staged by the drama of pregnant Steph's engagement with Toadie, which Lucas can't believe or accept. He still moves out and is dragged back into Paul's by Rebecca against all others concerned.
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After Lucas vented his frustration by ramming Toadie's car, everybody pleads only the lawyer goes to the precinct to withdraw his complaint. There Lucas's bitterly aggressive attitude changes his mind again. For lack of someone else to turn to for bail, Lucas calls Sonya, who ignored the whole engagement. Declan now secretly enjoys doing girlish things as substitute-mama, Karl displays a golden touch with baby India. Donna is back.
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Paul gives Harry perfect basketball shoes, as Andrew cued. Andrew eagerly accepts some help from Summer (so they can spend some time while playing hard to get?) to push Harry beyond his shyness and intimidation by bully Griffo, seeing trough a fake foot injury and trick-exposing it. Coach is impressed, so Harry is one of the three finalists for the open team spot. Callum 'runs away' to the Kennedys before getting over seeing Sonya is back with Lucas after some treats and promises, but nobody gets the truth yet.
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Even without cocky cousin Andrew's physical backing, Harry resists bully Griffo's taunting, is selected by school basketball coach Tim Ford and deals with a dirty dare as advised by ever-clever Andrew. Program director Zeke and owner Paul get over their personal feelings for the sake of PirateNet, which gets a grand relaunch. Their last bone of contention, sponsored product advertising, is settled with an ethical code, which works concerning Harry's great shoes. They agree the ratings entitle Dr. Karl to be returned on air, but a slightly dubious tea Paul signed up last minute causes three-way havoc.
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Zeke tells Reebecca he won't continue compromising PirateNet's integrity by reading advertorials. When she follows Paul's financial logic, Zeke decides to quit, until Karl thinks up a 'piece of his own cake', to scare off unwanted sponsors, but the test case actually loves the 'fake' insults. Declan is one minute late to pass on Kate considers her elaborate 18th birthday dream canceled because its was hatched with late ma Ramsay. Celebrity singer Cebrano's presence tips her mind again, and afterward Declan makes their day getting on kissing terms.
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Declan and Kate'a naturally blossoming romance and the social inspection concerning her request to be made her siblings' legal guardian are almost irreparably wrecked by stupid pushing from Donna and Lynn. Luckily support from Andrew, who thus starts to make a good impression on Summer, and Zeke saves both. Steph realizes disheartened Lucas's refusal of a court-appointed lawyer is the result of her disheartening lies.
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Lucas still refuses a lawyer, especially from Libby, whose nagging robbed him of Dan. He pleads guilty, expecting a jail term as he can't afford a hefty fine. Declan treats 'extended birthday girl' Kate to a 'crazy kids, not parents' day, dressed as buckaroo viz. winged ballerina, and even lets her drag him on the dance floor. Lucas may reconsider his plea after an appeal for all people who love him and need him free, especially Dan's stepson Ben.
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Andrew wants to regain Paul's trust, so he jump at a chance to pay back some of his debt early by selling dating tips to romantic losers at school, assisted by Harry. Alas suspicious Summer, who follows them even into the boys locker-room, thus comes to think he's proud of the Donna video and records them conferring there, proof the manual is 'fake', although its true value is confidence-building. Lucas has accepted going for a fine and accepted it in order to remain around as Ben's father-figure, but verbal abuse from Callum leads to Toadie calling Lucas a bad example.
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Even Andrew can't convince Summer 'exposing' his innocent scam was absurd and Donna was never targeted. After breaking into the principal's office to steal the addresses, Summer even starts handing out copies of his manual for free after messaging his customers, who end up chasing them and sidekick Harry. On her first day back, Libby punishes all three with a weekend detention after. Zeke starts his community sentence in a mean owner's plants nursery, and discovers Mia there, actually lucky as the other animal activists are in juvenile detention. Mia thinks it wise to keep apart, expecting parental opposition, but Zeke still wants her and Lucas advises persistence.
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Andrew is on detention with Harry and true culprit Summer for the manual incident. Finding even fanatical feminist Summer abhors the essay on 'an influential woman', he decides to bring her a peck down. Yet after overhearing she's mourning the break-up with Dan, he decides to let her off. The trio finds a way to make up and comes to respect each-other. Harry is to Summer's taste, but says he won't date her, so Andrew expects his help to do so. Zeke is not amused when Karl and Mia takes the bickering over seeing her into Lost Boy's program, but ends up compromising: he'll study politics if Karl goes easy on her.
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Andrew counts on Harry to find out Summer's preferences, so he can seduce her. However, Harry really enjoys his 'prospective' date, and Declan suggests he should think twice about handing her to slick Andrew, who wasts no time to seduce her. Zeke is not amused that his generous attitude towards others is abused to demand he should even forgive Donna. yet he seems to when she tries to help him after he's falsely arrested during a new protest. In fact it's a set-up by Lia, who tries to entrap him in order to get Det. Alec Skinner off his back.
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The fresh high school graduates look forward to university, despite Karl's flood of memories. However the campus orientation day visit proves nerve-wrecking, except for Declan, whom Donna gets to publicly show he's in love with Kate. Lucas enjoys 'revenge' by moving in on Toadie's ex Sonya, who actually wanted him back. An open fight raises the question who Toadie really loves.
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Andrew and Harry notice Dean's gang is bullying Callum and Sophie again, but their protection is waved. Callum works out his frustration on Toadie, whose jealous attitude makes missing Sonya worse. Libby questions his jealousy and Steph's over Lucas and Sonya, who overcome her realizing he initially just wanted revenge on Toadie.
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Paul gets worried about business income, as PirateNet disappoints so far. Free student Declan is expelled from a haughty feminist professor's class, Donna is academically ridiculed but 'suddenly' back in favor because she runs a fashion label. Actually the manufacturer lost all prototypes, so the crew must reproduce the lot. The guest lecturer is none other then nemesis Saffron. The pussyfooting between Toadie, Steph and Libby continues.
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Zeke enjoys bed-gymnastics with Mia to much to notice Susan's return home, so they're surprised. Yet Karl gets the lecture for failing to consult her, but sees trough the love trough stomach trick. Saffron turns the other pupils against Donna during her guest lecture. Yet an unfortunate misunderstanding during an animal rights protest inspires Donna to hit back. She fails to understand the significance of seeing Skinner question Mia.
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The kids enjoy a concert at Charlie's. Skinner's role is further pondered as Donna tells Zeke she saw him question Mia. Karl gets worked up over his row with Susan and Zeke concerning Mia, but blames his state solely on gastritis, even in hospital. The new doctor Doug Harris insists on various tests, which he considers proof the budget cuts gravely affected patient care.
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After a news paper article, still recovering Karl wants to 'keep the momentum going' pressuring the hospital to restore patient care, but Paul won't donate any air time on PirateNet. Doctor Doug Harris is surprised when Karl asks to be rehired, but agrees after conferring which reforms they want, a fight against board chairman Brian. Zeke refuses to make Mia, whom he now discretely distrusts, his new studio show partner. Lucas can't cope alone in the garage and Steph has used up her time off, so they are reunited at least professionally, clearly with some sensual tension.
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Andrew continues his clever courting of Summer, now with oil rig research (actually by Harry) as her dad works on one. Sophie's deal with Dean to get him off her and Callum's backs backfires when the bully demands she steals the next test. Accounts allows Lucas to sense Stpeh isn't over him. they both resist pressure to break up completely.
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Andrew finds out Harry isn't only doing 'romantic research' for his courting of Summer, which doesn't work out too well because of his own movies ignorance, but also enjoying her company himself. Cockily confident Andrew generously declares her fair game despite Harry's earlier promise. Callum hails both knaves as his saviors and scolds Steph a hateful intruder, spoiling everything between him and 'dad', who fails to reconcile them but enforces apologies after a public cricket near-incident. Lucas tries to patch up things, but Toadie barks jealously hostile at him and questions Steph's commitment.
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Zeke can't be bothered planning his birthday, preferring to leave that to Mia. He's worried having found out about her secretive meetings with Skinner, but chooses to believe her. Harry further impresses Summer, now with classical music, but turns into butterfingers when Andrew is around and blames slick cousin for 'not taking him seriously or giving him a chance'. Donna enlists her to prove Mia is up to no good, but Andrew's clever diversion does the trick.
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While Zeke enjoys his birthday with the family and Mia, the trap she set with Skinner for him fails to close on her as Donna is laughed away. So Skinner can arrest Zeke breaking in at grandpa Zannis's house, but the fiends are outsmarted. Steph has minor pregnancy problems after neglecting medical checkups.
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Zack has finally got detective Skinner off his back by proving Mia's guilt. To Karl's gang's relief, he insists his 18th birthday party must go and even goes makes up with Donna. Lucas senses Steph is hiding she still loves him and gets locked in with her, but gets caught having hidden his cellphone, which spoils her emotional warming-up again.
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Harry misunderstands Declan's advice not to let Andrew play dirty. Having gone too far himself, he fears crafty revenge as the master declares so, and is maneuvered into a dilemma. Callum is easily bribed to give Steph a chance and accepts to let her and Ben move in, but actually only hopes that will make Toadie happy again. Lucas still isn't fooled.
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Harry calls Andrew a bad mate for sort of manipulating Summer into presenting her friend Renée, although he accepted to date her and keeps doing so. Declan takes Harry's side. Paul needs to cut costs at Lassiter's and accepts some of Declan's suggestions. Andrew considers that 'pay-back' as he is 'kept on' without pay to 'repay his debt', leading to a row which Lucas stops before it gets out of hand. Rebecca, who already acts meanly as if Paul should consult her inexistent business insight, now takes Declan's side, suggesting trouble-maker Andrew should return to his ma in Sidney.
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Andrew overhears Declan boast he'll regain Paul's confidence with an original Neighbours day concept. Andrew sneakily copies and improves it, getting first to pa Paul and collecting all the credit. Harry needn't worry how to dump Renee easily, as she asks herself to remain just friends. Declan can't handle being sidetracked by 'sonny', fights in public and swears he'll leave Paul's home with India unless Andrew does, to Rebecca's horror.
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Paul warns Andrew he saw trough the 'borrowing' from Declan, so perfect execution is required. Rebecca rages Paul must get Declan to move back before his New York business trip, in vain as Declan won't. Harry scores with Summer again, which tempts Andrew to bend the hotel policy for courting's sake. Alas, the rude e-mail by which he bans a grumpy client gets accidentally sent to the entire mail-list.
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Andrew gets help (refused by Declan) from computer-clever Summer and Harry to cover up the e-mail disaster and even gets schoolboys to suit up as if businessmen. Lassiter's first-ever Neighbour party goes well, until a single disgruntled VIP complaining to Paul after his fine speech spoils everything. Lucas tries to make up with Taodie, who refuses a beer only the first time.
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Zeke realizes Donna's ma's moving sloth may mean there are cues left to find her father. Karl has security remove Lynn for endless amateur meddling with his patient care. Lucas becomes mate with Toadie again by giving his car the luxury treatment, but gets only jealous and suspicious sneers from both Syeph and Sonya.
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Lucas is cheerful while keeping silent he heard drunk-babbling Toadie admit he's still in love with Sonya, not Steph, who takes his word he didn't spill the beans. Zeke and his mates push Donna to read her ma Cass's diary, looking for clues concerning her dad. Although meanly shooed, the kids turn the sassy loon's busy love-life into a pantomime during (no-power) Earth Hour, but Donna is careless with a candle. Lyn works out her anger on Karl in the coffee-shop, Susan tries to reconcile them, but she's leaving anyhow to get Oscar for good.
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Zeke thinks of combining the data learned from the diary Donna stupidly burned with Cassandra's other mementos, which leaves two likely candidates as Donna's father, the football hero or professor Nick McKay, whom she hopes for and thus 'declares' their next target. It turns out he was at the same university as Zekes' father, but even he isn't allowed to see confidential personnel files. Donna and Summer won't see reason and Zeke risks his bail by aiding them steal Nick's file, which he can't 'clean up' before Donna learns he was an adulterer, fired for inappropriate behavior with students. Steph's wines and bitches until she learns knows Toadie still loves Sonya, not her, yet the fake relationship lies are fine-tuned further.
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Andrew squirms to make Paul let him stay, but Donna meanly sides against him, then realizes he's far worse off win the fathers department. Zeke helps Donna with her dad-search and Susan cheating at golf so Karl would give up his Italian sunglasses. Lucas sneers at Steph after seeing Toadie with Sonya and canine Rocky, but she's rushed to hospital, where Dr. Doug finds her and the baby healthy. Sonya drops by for truth-time but is turned away.
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The Ramsays' bullying "houseguest" Declan commandeers Harry and even his guest Andrew, both still hoping to snap up Summer, for domestic chores so as to spoil-impress Kate. Yet the romantic evening ends in a soft break-up, so Declan sneaks back to absent Paul's. Karl looses a golf bet and hence his Italian spectacles, but Susan realizes he deliberately lost the decisive ball. Callum twice nearly discovers the truth about Toadie and Steph, who do a bad job hiding their sleeping arrangement and pregnancy DVD.
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Rather then resigned to being dumped by Kate, Declan surprises her with a dinner dressed up like her favorite movie, An Officer and a Gentleman. Alas, the bill is so steep he can only foot it by obliging a sassy hens night party openly hoping he'll step in for their absentee male stripper. Everyone enjoys his amateur dance, but wet blanket Kate dumps him again 'to spare him the trouble'. Ben's gang has a blast playing April Fools pranks on their elders. Andrew has a plan involving soccer, so he accepts to teach Libby the basics to home-coach Ben.
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Aided by Harry and Summer, Andrew masterly uses all his cheek, wit and charm to win over every house-mate and other potential opponent to persuading Paul to let him stay, one by one. Even Lucas is taken aboard, as assistant coach of the soccer team to win over youngsters and their mas. Declan's gloom wears off when Kate seeks contact again.
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After his successful charm offensive, cocky Andrew overplays his hand by staging a grand party at Summer's, i.e. Steph's. The Facebook invitation drew too many unruly guests, so Summer turns to Harry, who can't get them out and informs Steph and Rebecca, who meanly calms the police and humiliates 'little boy' Andrew, who swears revenge. After Declan meets two former football teammates, Kate assumes he misses boys fun, so she and Donna twists Zeke's arm to drag him to a college students club, but the magicians have no magic hold on them, so they run and decide to start their own club instead.
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Harry gets Summer to agree they must let their now utterly abandoned friend make up, which starts well. Andrew furiously decides to return to Sidney, with his ma, without waiting for Paul's return. Rebecca already rang her, but was coldly told the knave is no longer welcome there. Declan isn't believed, but even Andrew can't talk over his mother and has a raging fit of vandalism.
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Harry first works out what made Andrew freak out, then convinces Summer to get back on their side and use her charms to make him stay rather then run away to Sidney. Anrdew remains fired as soccer coach and Libby fails to find a replacement, even deputy Lucas declines to do more then root for Ben, so Libby lets her parents 'train' here as coach. Even Kate's dance exercises for Sophie work better and actually inspire Ben, who excels in it, to opt for ballet over sports, until he overhears Lucas warn Libby that means picking by peers until he gives up, so the boy drops the idea again.
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Lucas accepts to coach the soccer boys one time to allow a search why Ben opts out of dancing again. Once Ben says it was overhearing Lucas, super-fit dancer JD Maguire is brought in to defeat Lucas at push-ups. Ben proves loyal to Lucas, yet lets the men convince him to brave some teasing to do what you really want. Pushy Donna's latest idiotic plan to boost Kate's sexual confidence by kinky fashion backfires, yet prince Declan solves everything.
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Zeke is far from amused to hear Karl encourage Susan to take a media course in his university. Discouraging her fails, and her promise not to embarrass 'or even be seen' fails abysmally on her first day, in a girl's apparently amused presence. Declan's shirtless fun with Kate is interrupted when Donna, whom he prevented her opening for, sends by Lucas for a fake repair. Donna gets a letter from her presumed father Leigh 'Nick' Nixon, who offers a meeting. She chickens out but applies anonymously for a waitress job in his restaurant.
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To deal with Zeke's Susan trauma, Zeke and Declan start their Blokes club, unsure what that should entail, but are overheard. Lucas makes himself indispensable by offering a mate's storage space as cool HQ. Karl invites himself too, which scares off Toadie. The adults impose rules with fines against anything 'girlish'. In order to treat Kate to a romantic night at Lassiter's, Declan keeps breaking rules until he's suspended from the club. Against mates' advice, Donna maintains her fake Kelly identity as waitress in Nick's restaurant. Help from Declan to go over the books gets her a marker just before he finds out she has no hospitality industry certificate and in a panic moment kisses startled Zeke, whom she passes off as her boy-friend.
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Andrew does a masterly job getting back in everybody's good books, even Lynn although that costs indefinite slave chores, but it's just the push Rebecca needed to put in a good word for him with Paul about letting him stay. Nick makes good impression on Donna 'kelly' and 'boy-friend' Zeke at the staff lunch, but after seeing her married presumed dad kiss another woman, she refuses to continue her truth quest.
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When Andrew hears Charlie's is missing a part-time barman and Rebecca refuses to accept Declan's offer, he comes up with a surprising candidate: Kyle, who proves able, industrious and a hit with female customers. Lucas is fed-up with Steph's idleness, ignoring the reason is a pregnancy, but a toxic incident forces her to come clean. Meanwhile Toadie takes Callum camping to discuss the knave's frustration about their crazy family formula.
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Because of the camping trip with Callum, which some ransacking animal cuts shirt, Toadie is last to find out the toxic gas accident made Steph's pregnancy common knowledge, worse, she messes up their elaborately prepared story. Lou is finally back now his daughter is recovered, but surprised the Ramsay household seems to run smoothly without his input.
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Now Lou is back, lovers find it increasingly difficult to be alone long enough to get physical. Dr. Doug wisely ignores Libby absurd claim to a parking spot and laughs at her pitiful revenge attempt, yet is the one to generously make up. Donna discovers she called still unsuspecting presumed dad Nick a sleazbag for 'cheating' an his wife who died two years ago.
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Dr. Doug and Libby meet again at ballet, dropping of his brother's daughter Bryony Harris viz. Ben, and decide to date. That goes well, although an alcohol relapse from Sonya forces them to leave early. Donna tells 'Nick' her true identity. At first he angrily leaves, but later returns with a mementos box to illustrate his tale how her ma prevented him stepping up as a father, yet he kept caring.
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Doug agrees to keep Steph's pregnancy confidential except for the father, while Lyn fails to get in put pushes Libby to pry. Nick reacts quite positively to Donna's suggestion to get a DNA-paternity-test. Just then, her other potential pa e-mails. To the Kennedy family's surprise, Libby returned from her Doug-date with Sonya, not the dishy doctor.
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Ringo's return delights the kids. He actually responded to a message from Rebecca asking him to come support Declan on Didge's birthday, but Kate foolishly confirmed airhead ex Donna's hope he came take her back, which is quickly denied. Harry can't understand why Andrew mixes with Kyle, whom he coaches to totally please Rebecca. Toadie still can't stomach seeing his ex Sonya kiss Lucas, whom he goes abuse verbally, but is told off to mind his own business and reassured they're not lovers.
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Andrew devises Kyle's next move to conquer Rebecca, pretending he's fascinated by accounting. Alas the conclusion is the last-hired staff member must go: Kyle, which Andrew refuses to accept. Declan planned to work on Bridget's 18th anniversary, but Rebecca arranged a day off behind his back, forcing him to spend the day with India and Kate, whom he recognizes as his present love. Next is an old mates assembly, where Ringo performs a special ballad. Unsuspecting Andrew is abused and supported only by Harry.
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Andrew arranges a DJ job for Charlie's barman Toby Mills, so Kyle can return on his shifts. Ringo panics after failing to concentrate on his first paramedic observation day, but afterward steps up masterly when young Naomi Lord has a real crisis at Harold's. Lucas brilliantly patches up Toadie's failing parenting, turning Callum around to accepting Steph's expected baby.
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Naomi has stolen Ringo's trainee paramedic ID and Googled him to pretend being a perfect match. Despite Karl's hasty warning about 'professional ethics', he's seduced to enter with her a university trivia quiz. At the park games tree legged-race, Zeke insists to team up with Susan, Donna is delighted that Nixon 'Nick' turned up, but so does her other potential pa, businessman Nicholas 'Nick' McKay. Andrew sees trough his fake paraphernalia and proves that ma Cass's former teacher is a convicted crook.
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Karl's embarrassment over demanding Dr. Doug berating his rusty techniques seems to peek having forgot his beeper, but finding it proves much worse: he catches Libby kissing Doug, whom she only just found out being dad's boss. The two Nicks get the verdict after Karl convinces Donna to read and pass the paternity test results, which are as she hoped: not crook Nicholas but considerate Nixon.
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Lou invites himself to the blokes club. Lucas's leadership is challenged by Karl, but ultimately won back. Naomi steals the clubhouse fuse, longing for Ringo. Doug reassures Steph date even Libby won't learn about her pregnancy. Lynn is embarrassed to find Harry and Summer correcting her data-site profile, accidentally finds the ultrasound and realizes Toadie's paternal pose is a fake.
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Paul is finally back, so Andrew even gets Harry to fill in as soccer coach so he can concentrate on campaigning to be allowed to stay. Despite Rebecca's mean suggestion to dump Andrew in a boarding school, he succeeds, gets Kyle rehired and sneakily discovers Paul risks his job if Lassiter's profit isn't restored. Lynn tells she knows Toadie isn't Steph's baby's father, is sworn to secrecy and decides to keep that promise after Steph blurts out Dan is the father.
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Declan sees Andrew peeped in Paul's computer, is sworn to secrecy about his precarious position but follows Lucas's dubious advice to warn Rebecca just to put her feelings first. She absurdly expects Paul to tell her the next evening, failing that considers him a liar and asks Toadie's help to get out of the PiratesNet contract and possibly file for divorce. Paul feels betrayed by Declan and turns to Andrew again. Kate's first history lesson is a complete failure as Libby and Harry together can't help her keep order with Scott 'Griffo' Griffin or even just rascal Callum.
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Andrew earns paternal praise for helping organize Lassiter's new building's grand opening while bitter Declan is ignored. Andrew masterly arranges for Paul to witness a shirtless Kyle admired noisily by females of all ages and Rebecca seemingly close with the stud, yet the jealousy venom is still disarmed by bar business figures. Naomi manipulates Donna to act and especially seems jealous so Ringo, whom she gets to make love, believes her lies and tells Donna to leave them alone completely.
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While Ringo tries to patch up peace, rivals Naomi and Donna plus ally Kate scheme back-stabbing each-other. The new principal, Michael Williams, laughs at haughty predecessor Libby's tyrannical blind discipline and instructs neophyte Kate to try interactive teaching, especially with Callum, who even gets to 'teach a lecture'. Donna sees Naomi hug 'brother' Bradley, but failed to make her homework before telling Ringo, so she looks dumb and mean.
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Declan is bitter after Ringo's party getting out of hand and feels his mate treated him as 'just' staff, as Adam really does. All the women side with the young father to be, from sensitive Susan to rude Didge, whose abuse drives Ringo to allow seduction by slutty team groupie Ashley. Dan and Libby are back home, but seeks escape activities while putting off telling Ben the truth. Dan coaches Toadie for the Dingoes, she starting a female team.
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Now Donna is back from Tasmania, where she didn't see her pa, Ringo and Zeke try to court her, only to be abused, as Didge stirs even meaner. Zeke secretly spends time with another girl, but actually as Lost Boy, the anonymous DJ of new radio station Pirate Net. Cass devises pay-back against Rebecca, but because she shamelessly makes Tiegan lie to have been served alcohol illegally, everybody turn son the bad mother, especially Päul.
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Zeke is pleased to hear even Donna considers his pirate radio alter ego Lost Boy cool. Dan and Libby follow him but promise to keep his secret. Cass's absurd bossing drives both Simon and Tegan to leave her home altogether. Elle gets them to talk to Donna and offers taking the pair in at Paul's, but they prefer to move to their grandparents. When Paul refuses to prefers Rebecca's to Cass's side, she pretends he physically threatens her, even plants her lingerie in his home.
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Ringo is so stressed-out by pressure in the team, jealousy from mates and taunting at school that even minor hassle from Dan over late assignments proves too much: he walks out, proclaiming to quit school altogether. Now nearly all the street turns on Paul, Rebecca speaks up 'gor all his faults' he would never do the creepy things incorrigible manipulator Sass accuses him of. Susan's attempt to make Ringo accept Dan's offer to return to class is waved, but the stress now seems to affect his performance on the field.
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Ringo accept a test ride in Clarko's cool hummer, but the star, who has a dangerously long record, causes an accident driving it. Ringo is persuaded to lie to the police and coach Black, as of he drove without permit. Elle presses Ringo for the scoop. Paul suggests rival Andrew set him up, after which she returns his engagement ring. Paul surprises Rebecca with an original thank you present for defending him against Cass's lies: a visit from his air flight friend, Dutch popular Classical conductor André Rieu. All Ramsay Street comes dance as he plays his violin. Lost Boy inspires Elle to question coach Black, who gets Ringo to tell him the truth, then coldly fires him.
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Ringo's car is impounded, a final public humiliation. He blames Lost Boy, still ignoring that's Zeke. Dan goes sit with Zeke, worried for a clash, but Lost Boy gets Ringo to reconsider staying in Ramsay Street rather then running, and even Declan accepts his amends. After word gets out dumpee Abdrew has requested his transfer, Rebecca still takes no responsibility, not even with Declan? Susan prepares a warm welcome for exchange student Sunny Lee. Donna drags Sass to the coffee shop and get her to publicly confess she framed Paul.
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Ringo and Declan are mate again. The hear how exchange student Sunny, barely arrived at Susan's, calls Lost Boy and makes a fool of herself on air, wining she always runs away and can't make friends. She gets Ringo to drive her to the PirateNet station, out for 'revenge' on still anonymous Lost Boy, but Zeke manages to hide. While to men play poker downstairs, Elle gets caught in Luke's biker helmet with her earring.
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Sunny nearly gets Lost Boy, but Zeke brilliantly wriggles out unidentified. Elle snoops in Lucas's things, finds lover letters from his once ex Nat and pulls an absurd drama, only to kiss up in the end. During the search for Steve's lost rabbit patient, Declan finds $20,000 cash and considers keeping it for the baby.
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Susan insists on chores, even in the school holiday. Ringo refuses to return to school, so he begs Rebecca for a waiter job, even unpaid work experience. He does fine, until nasty Adam fans drive him mad enough to quit. Declan fails to convince Didge to keep the cash. Mikey finds and hides it. By the time they dig his 'pirate treasure' up, Zeke, who spend all day countering,g Sunny's Lost Boy-hunt, claims the bag as his sister the nurse's.
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Zeke tells Declan and Didge the hidden money must belong to Sykes, the violent kidnapper, so they bury it back on the same spot, ignoring they're watched. Dan prepares for the unexpectedly early principal job interview, startled Libby seems to see no need to brush up. Toadie reports however that Sykes was recently released. Steve and he discover Mickey and Callum dug up some cash, and Elle prints that story in the newspaper. Dan gets the job, on 6 weeks trial basis, but must direct the school play.
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Katya's loan shark Guy Sykes has got wind of the boys digging up the cash and threatens to hurt Zeke or Callum. Susan insists to call the police, but they can't arrest the violent ex-con again without hard proof. Zeke accepts to stage a pay-off, wired. Alas, Elle is on the track of a scoop and enlists Lucas, who assumes she imagines the gravitas, as photographer, but their presence scares off Sykes. Meanwhile poor principal on trial basis Dan tries to prepare a school play.
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Zeke and family are furious that Sykes escaped the trap because of Elle and Lucas, whose story is still posted by Paul. Zeke presents Sunny Lee to Kyle, setting him up to admit he's Lost Boy. Donna's Shakespeare auditions is ruined by ma's advice to 'modernize', yet Sass scolds Dan when he consoles the girl as if inappropriate, perhaps enough to prevent his principal's tenure. The ladies netball team considers sponsoring by Paul.
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Lucas accepts to sponsor the girls' netball team, provided they wear sexy pit pussy costumes, but the press outbids him. Having messed up Donna's Shakespearian audition, Sass demands legal action against her 'stalker', actually Donna, who convinces Elle no to be exempt. So Elle takes the blame and is arrested, Donna moves out. Callum spots Sykes.
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Ringo returns to class on eternally wining and nagging Sunny Lee's first school day. Zeke acts tough and tells Sunny to leave him alone. Callum gets constant Sykes-nightmares after seeing him once more. Donna officially confesses 'stalking' her ma, so Elle is cleared, then moves back home.
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Guy Sykes has intruded and taken Callum and Toadie hostage, demanding the money to pay off his even more ruthless criminals debtors. Dan alertly guesses his hints and calls the police, but the dumb female cop's flippant search is negative. Ever clever Zeke works out the truth and how to pin down Sykes until the police arrives. Meanwhile Zeke keeps pushy Sunny, with whom he is to lead in Dan's school play, at a distance. And Declan deals with Didge's pregnant moodiness so well she invites him to move back in.
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After Sykes's arrest, Zeke objects to Elle hounding him for information. As she searches for Lost Boy, he steers her to Kyle, who smells money. Paul nags to Lucas and Elle until Lucas asks her to choose between them. Callum is back to his old tries, unlike canine cur Bob, whom Steve diagnoses with terminal cancer.
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Paul and Rachel tell Elle it's time to make up her mind about Lucas viz. her relationship with pa, and even without clarity what either wants or offers she chooses her lover. Once Toadie is convinced it's time for Bob to be put out of his misery, he and Callum say goodbye to their canine mate and the half neighborhood attends a memorial service after a cremation gaff.
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Zeke's ploy to set up Kyle as Lost Boy falls through because of Ele's research. Ty is hurt that Libby just assumes he cheated on Rachel when she finds him gloomy, only to discover 'Chris', so sends messages to, who is actually a London cousin Christine. Cass did a good job with the play costumes but after she ignorantly embarrasses Donna again, Elle invites her to move in for good and file for emancipation.
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Zeke hates rehearsing with Sunny, so he jumps at Declan's suggestion to force Dan, by petition, to change the play. Callum, who still plays Bob, gets everyone 'The Girl Next Door', but the local author objects to having it performed in Erinsborough. After Donna moved to Elle's, vindictive Sas is, for once falsely, suspected of catnapping. Afte rescuing pussy, Decan gets into trouble.
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Ty is prodded to contact Rachel and consider visiting her in London. Rescuing Elle's kitty Cat, Declan got trapped and electrocuted. Paul saves him, coached in first aid by Steve. Cass get ultimate blame for hiding Cat there and asked to leave town, but retorts by telling Donna her dad is just her step-dad.
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A Lost Boy item embarrasses Dan within an inch of losing tenure, so he tells Zeke the irresponsible anonymity is no longer an option. Karl is back, just i time to witness how the whole neighborhood makes Cass's life to such a hell that she leaves. After an absurd wining from Donna, Lost Boy announces he's quitting and his identity is guessed by his mates. Declan is recovering enough to asks Bridget's hand, first to Steve.
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Ty's departure fro London is nearly sabotages by both the boys band and adult plans to mark his move. Silly Sunny meanly refuses to play the co-lead with Zeke, whom she shamefully scolds as Lost Boy, now the rewrite calls for 'un-Korean' kissing, in fact her deepest wish. It also causes trouble for the author and allows Mirandaz to meanly encourage Didge's wedding gibbers.
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To the Parker-Napier hosts' surprise, Declan has invited eagerly attending savior Paul to his back from hospital dinner party. Declan presents a real, heirloom engagement ring. Afterward, Rebecca finally admits life is too short to keep pushing true love Paul away. Lucas helps Elle over her claustrophobic crisis with a basement picnic leading up to bubble bath fun.
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The parents eagerly accept Declan's idea to upgrade the baby shower to his engagement party too, but wedding gifts and the seed of doubt Miranda planted make Bridget run off. Lucas is more excited about a locket with Elle's grandma An Ramsay's initials and box holding a key he found under Max's old house. Because Rebecca avoids telling people she's back with Paul, he offers her a contractual $50,000 if he ever cheats again.
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Paul's willingness to decuple the infidelity fee clause earns him having it eliminated altogether. After Didge stormed out of the party because of hints at their wedding, Declan is too furious to listen to anyone, yet the girls go shopping for wedding clothes. Lucas's charms get Elle illegal access to grandma Anne's bank locker. It contain's Helen Daniels' last will. Now Declan decides to wait.
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Author presence at the play rehearsal doesn't help, on the contrary. Declan, who blows off steam playing ball, and Didge, who returns the wedding dress, decide after encouragement from mates to cancel the wedding but exchange vows by cell phone text message. Helen's testament mentions an expected illegitimate child, but the trail seems mute. Steph feared Greg's visit as a goodbye, but after he announces he's taking a job nearby she invites him to move in.
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Zeke and Sunni who keeps rudely sending violently clashing conditions and lying to everyone about her crush for him, are forced to babysit Ben, Charlie and Callum together at Dan's place. They actually get closer. Now Greg has clearly stated to want a multiple children home with Steph, she gets forced to tell him about her past and condition during a neighborhood dinner at Karl's.
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Ringo is back with Dan and Steve's humble Dingoes team, but the ex-pro-star doesn't get a warm welcome from jealous players, until Kyle tips the scale. Dan speculates, too obvious for Callum not to notice, how Toadie's next school play re-write relates to his near-wedding. A dish washer break-down starts a marital eco-conflict in the Kennedy household, which is settled by a food-fight leading to kissing.
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The school's 'play camp' proves a stressed event. For Declan because his ma steps in for unavailable staff, for Zeke and Sunny because she still can't make up her mind about kissing but is pushed by Donna to 'get it over with' in real life, which a truth or dare game makes possible. For Dan it's handling yet another play rewrite, for the author Steve's failed attempt to retrieve it from his ex, for her reading that bitter content after all.
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Because of a parents patrol, less gullible then Rebecca, Zeke remains locked in the improvised kissing boot with Sunny longer, but manages to sooth her. To help Steph, Greg hired rat lawyer TimCollins to charge Toadie with defamation, but it feels like she turns on Greg instead. Indiscretions from Kyle, thoughtless, and Didge, mean, wreck Ringo's chance for a reconciliation with Donna.
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Ringo doesn't get a chance to make with Donna and hints at Zeke and Sunny's camp cupboard kissing retreat at home, while classmates busily speculate and advise. Dan fears his principal's tenure is doomed by Toadie's school play script retraction. Lucas and Elle's efforts to keep grandma Helen's will secret for Paul fail, so he finds out about Jill and forbids . Steven and Miranda were finally ready for a marital reconciliation, but then her college ex, professor Dean Naughton, turns up as hotel guest.
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Now Paul knows about Helen's will, Elle insists against Lucas's advice fort caution to visit her surprise heir, Paul's illegitimate half-sister Jill. Dean makes Miranda doubt between another chance with him or unsuspecting Steve, who feels confident their marriage will mend in time. Paul returns, hiding blood stain. Karl visits the gym for aesthetic reasons.
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Lucas senses Elle is hides something, as she cooks for him - indeed she called Jill but only got her daughter on the phone. Miranda stupidly let Steve discover about her and Dean, and meets that ex again, so Steve finds her handbag in his hotel suite. Miranda finally chooses to dump 'childish' Dean rudely.
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Zeke is scolded at home for parading shirtless in Sunny's presence, while classmates prod them to more active proof of affection. Zeke obliges Karl with a bathroom schedule, romance with cooking. Elle hesitates whether to believe Paul's protestation of innocence of Lucas's assumption he must have run over Jill to save the Robinson fortune.
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Now Jill has died, Elle ignores Paul's protestation of innocence and turns him in to the police as hit and run suspect. He's arrested and questioned with Tim Collins as lawyer, whom he later fires, fearing as associated with dodgy characters. Declan just takes Paul's word, while fickle Rebecca give mixed signals. Lucas tracks down the mechanic mate who repaired the vehicle that probably ran over Jill, and thus gets the owner's version. Ringo and Donna are encouraged and 'helped' by Sunny to became an item again, but her meddling makes Donna believe Kyle is getting serious.
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Paul is arrested, processed for jail as fatal hit and run-suspect, yet temporarily released. Rebecca stands by him, Lou's sudden return serves as press deflector. The Ramsay kids prepare for ma's funeral and claim they can rely for support on their mysterious aunt, refusing help from Susan. Donna foolishly tries to get into her Stef-based character- on a real giant motorcycle.
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Donna is soon released after her motor cycle stunt, scolded by Steph and punished by Elle. But Ringo's romantic gestures make her month anyway. Even a pool party can't bring much merriment in Ramsay Street. Zeke is jealous to see Ringo with Sunny, until he discovers she only ghostwrites his mate's love letters, and insists to read them, as she never opens up to him. Dan uses his basketball coaching skills to win some confidence with Henry after the Ramsay orphans turned down Elle's substitute guilt check. Greg acts jealously, even of Lucas frolicking with Steph.
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After Lou's stoop-up date from decades ago, Wilma Shay, tracked him down and curses him with perpetual bad luck, to Callum's amusement, every set-back worries him. Greg's jealousy about Stef's frolicking with men like Lucas leads to a confidence crisis and him leaving Ramsay Street indefinitely. Just now Miranda tells Steve she remembers why she chose him as husband, he coldly announces he's selling the veterinary practice and moving back to Oakey where his aging dad needs help on the farm.
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Paul has disappeared, in breach of his bail terms, so detective Skinner declares him a fugitive. Elle has the newspaper print that and asks smirking attorney Tim to legally oust her dad as CEO. Declan is a tower of strength when Didge wines about her parents' marital breakup, but also postulates it's time for his family to move out.
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Declan plans to take a job and concerts with Didge how they can economize to face the bills when they move out. That prospect shakes up Steve, who nevertheless offers to help financially, but the flat hunt makes the kids reconsider. Ringo feels miserably having to drive Didge and 'moral support' Donna to the obstetrician. Zeke says he'll tell Donna about Sunny's ghostwriting because she won't let him read "Ringo's" love-letters. Detective Skinner gets a court order to search for Paul by tapping Rebbecca's phone, but she openly warns off Paul. Elle pays the Ramsay orphans by offering them a void press exclusivity contract.
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Ringo can't bring himself to tell Donna, although she dumped him for not writing the love-letters, that Sunny is his ghost-writer, to spare Zeke and her. Sunny ends up telling the truth herself, but regrets mostly Donna's relieved thank you-kiss, which she considers stealing her kisser-virginity.
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Harry enjoys another basketball practice with Dan and considers accepting Harold's house from the Salvos, but bossy sis Kate meanly refuses. Zeke learns Sunny's first kiss was 'stolen' by Donna, after a lot of pointless chick palaver. Karl works on irrefutable proof for his dog dropping complaints, but must drop that when Harry's bratty kid sister falls from her bike. Steve gets his divorce papers. Lou's "hexed" bad luck continues.
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Because Katie stuffed up the rent, the Kennedys put up the Ramsay - in Zeke and Ringo's room, yet Zeke convinces them Susan is a cool surrogate mother, so they finally accept the Salvo house and move the next morning. Stef's offer to become Libby's surrogate mother appeals to her and Susan, but Dan and Karl worry about the risks, especially given the girls' temperaments. Lou's 'hexed' bad luck keeps amusing Callum. Dan is persuaded, but Karl insists the cancer relapse risk for Stef is unacceptable.
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Ringo has no idea his mere presence ruins Zeke and Sunny's first nocturnal fridge date, later they fail to handle the lack of kiss rehearsal. Dan gets Harry to attend school to meet the other kids during the play. Alas, once Harry hears from Kyle Declan's link with Paul the two start fighting repeatedly, which is most embarrassing for Dan given the school council president's presence. Dan handles it well when Ben signs a form as 'Ben Fitzgerald', but Libby gets tearful. Despite her cheek, Lou gives Sophie a part-time sales job.
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Bridget was taken to hospital after fainting while Harry fought with Declan, but gynecologist Danny Canter diagnoses her and the baby OK. Zeke's improvisation still makes the play work to everyone's satisfaction, including Sunny's first public kiss. Because of the stupid petty school council president, Dan must put both knaves on weekend detention, although they already made up implicitly. Declan worries. The hospital 'crisis' seems to bring Steven and Miranda closer again and makes Rebecca call Paul it's not going to work between them.
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Zeke's stage kiss finally convinces Donna to let Ringo back in her love life. By the time she accepts they can't take it slow all over again, Cat goes missing and Ringo faints while someone sets fire to the house. Only suspect is Katie, who just found out it's Paul's home and petty social worker Chalis, who reading about Harry's fight at the play, is informing juvenile court. After Harry blamed theme for the article, Lucas gets Elle to come along to Sidney, to follow up on a tip Paul was there. Bribery gets them info he actually met Harry's dad, Mooney, whose ex Bev claims she was left with his debts. Steve discovers Rebecca knew all the time where Paul was.
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Ringo is recovering in hospital, 'nursed' fussily by the girls, but having Donna back makes his day anyway. After Callum is overheard telling that Katie lurked around, she 'deals with' the obvious arson suspicion by planning to move out and refuses her job back when Elle apologizes as Fireman Mitch Walters concludes Donna's scarf over a lamp dumbly set it off. Steve urgently operates on the Kennrdy's dog Audrey, assisted by Miranda, who kisses him again, regretting their divorce decision.
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Zeke decides to take notes when 'brontosaurus' Karl gives pointers about old-fashioned courting, considering Sunny's Korean conservatism. Dan's efforts to get Harry back into school spirit are crosses by his sisters. Even Katie realizes Sophie must be punished for talking rude to the boys and stealing their cricket ball, yet the junior brat gets absurd apologies and even a 'make-up' diary, which because of her dyslexia becomes a drawing book. Katie reacts viciously when such a picture makes Rebecca discover Sophie must have seen Paul's car crash. Miranda grovels and Steve sort of takes her back. Paul gets a dear John-call.
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Declan finds a note where Paul asked Rebecca to say goodbye when he flies to the Philippines to find the Ramsay kids' dad and decides to go. Didge sort of guesses and insists to come along, but they're too late and get car trouble, plus she practice contractions. They find shelter in a desolate chapel and phone Zeke. Ringo is eager to join the rescue to escape Sunny, who called Zeke husband and dad material to her Korean parents, and Donna, who commandeered the boys to help redecorate Elle's burned-out home. Alas the girls sneak into the car and find out Ringo even faked still not to have his voice back. Paul and Declan give viz. get a major surprise.
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Once the weather clears, a startled Declan accepts Didge's plea to get married that day, in the desolate church. As the rescue quartet arrives, they are fitted in recycled vintage clothes as best men Ringo and Zeke, brides maids Donna and Sunny, despite the last's wining about disrespect to absent parents. The home front works out where the youngsters went, but the four parents only arrive just after the marriage is concluded.
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The wedding party is dragged home by the parents, disappointed to have missed the wedding. Only Miranda openly wines and scolds, until a compromise is found: a semi-reenactment, during the wedding reception which Miranda is allowed to organize, with Mikey as ring-bearer. Declan is looking forward to his budget-honeymoon. Dan and Zeke are excessively forgiving about insecure Sunny's Korean 'sense of honor'.
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Lucas and Elle suspected Rebecca had news from Paul and find him at her home. Paul still insists to turn himself in to the police, but Sophie startles her siblings by finally acknowledging Paul actually tried to save ma Jill, his half-sister. So the police must drop his case, but he also reports there father died three years ago in the Philipines. Karl is vexed that Susan plans behind his back to offer becoming a surrogate mother for Dan and Libby, regardless of her MS. Lou's betting scheme on Declan's baby is discovered, so the Parkers demand 50% of the profits.
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The Ramsay kids disperse ma's ashes and fuzz about her stuff. Lou's bad back makes Katie's return to shop duty welcome. Lucas distracts Elle by treating her to a picnic. Libby initially turns down Susan's offer behind Karl's back to become a surrogate mother for her and Dan, but after discussion the newly-weds accept.
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Zeke, Ringo and Donna make a fine team for Dan's assignment, producing a one minute movie against smoking. Eager beaver Sunny's insane marks-mania and total lack of imagination would have ruined everything, hadn't Zeke saved the day and even stolen the alternating prop from mate Kyle's team, although she recently dumped him. Dan demands a confession. Lucas's efforts to spare Elle more hassle by not telling he hurt his back in the garage are misunderstood until she finds out after he offered to let dad-in-law move back in with them. Elle refuses to accept Paul's resignation from the newspaper. Dan listens better to Karl's concerns then expected.
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Dan accepts, after all Zeke's team follows his example to 'confess' the cigarette suit theft, thus saving Sunny's bacon, to commute their now communal punishment into suited public action, which they enjoy. Despite some opposition from Steve, the kids prepare for Declan and Didge's honeymoon music festival. Karl's medical objections and Susan's determination to become surrogate mother make even Libby doubt, Dan counsel patience. Paul is happy having handed Elle his paper's reins, spending time on articles and his own relationship.
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Harry takes a dish washing job so he can afford tickets for a live concert form him and Katie, despite her wining, excuses and fear to be looked down upon as the freak family. After Paul publishes an article on the dangers of old surrogate mothers, ignoring it's Susan, Karl discovers a politician leaked that so he could cancel the hospital's IVF program and becomes supportive after arranging Dr. Jeremy Levi to counsel him, Dan and their wives. Steph scolds Libby a traitor to Dan after hearing Ben call himself a Fitzgerald.
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Lucas's playful warning the tickets Elle bought them for an outdoors music festival really mean camping in the bush lead to a camping equipment bet. She looses, but he earns the reward for her. Steph wines when reminded she's 'like one of the boys', so eagerly accepts to coach Steve's efforts to oblige ingrate Miranda's wining he's not romantic enough although he just took her back. Ben gets her to make up with his ma.
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The kids and Lucas have a blast at Declan's honeymoon festival. Zeke and Sunny even kiss up, but when Ringo and Declan loudly spring them she runs off in tearful panic, instantly lost in the bush, even manages to fall off a cliff. Lou smells a profit in subcontracting dog-walking, but Harry organizes a strike until equal fair wages for him, Callum and Sophie are negotiated. Steve moves back in. Lucas relapses into gambling.
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Constable Tony Blunt refuses to engage overstretched manpower to search for Sunny, who stupidly stumbled off a cliff smashing her cellphone and straining an ankle, after a mere hour. Zeke splits up with Ringo and Declan. Zeke finds Suny but falls himself, causing new drowning episode nightmares. Lucas finds his phone, then them. Karl caves in to dumping old stuff -not actually his- for a fair in favor of red noses day.
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Lucas has located Zeke. Once Declan arrives, they can pull up Zeke, who has more drowning - and fake father - flashbacks. Sunny is already with Ringo in a festival tent. Karl discovers Sunny lied about parental permission for the festival or for dating Zeke. Didge is going into labor in a festival tent, helped by Elle, Donna and Red Cross volunteer Day. Declan arrives in time for the actual delivery.
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Zeke refuses to be separated from Sunny when her Korean dad wants her relocated to another guest family, so he arranges for Steph to take him in as boarder for chores. Karl only accepts if Zeke starts therapy for his nightmares with Dr. Levi. Declan, the grandparents and their partners get to see the newborn in Intensive Care. Paul does a great job reassuring the young father but surprisingly turns down Rebecca's marriage proposal calling himself unfit.
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Rebecca tries to ignore Paul's refusal and pretends even to Elle he has accepted to wed her, but the truth soon gets out. After an encouraging talk with Declan, Paul decides to follow his heart. Just a heirloom from their by offered by Paul to Katie makes Harry furious enough to move out for a while. Lucas spends his baby bet gains on a motor trip with employee Steph. The wrestler fans get a treat.
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Dan masterly manages to bring Harry home without fuzz, yet both his sisters meanly make him feel guilty. Verbal attacks on Susan for being a known host mother are easily warded off, but the Kennedy home is ransacked shortly after. Toadie takes in a puppy to train for a year as future guide dog, but Callum resolves to ignore the overdue second surprise.
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Unlike Susan, her loved ones are deeply worried about the surrogacy haters' presumed break-in. Paul gets further abuse although he hires security expert Vinnie Priest, publishes a supportive article and discovers, while snooping in the hospital, its board is about to abolish the IVF program. Zeke feels his place is with his threatened family, even if that means Sunny moves to Sidney. After Karl assures him he, Ringo and Dan are enough protection, it takes a mail crime to prevent Sunny's letter arriving.
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Zeke feels left-out at Stephanie's and betrayed when he's last to hear, despite phone calls, about the IVF program being about to be canceled. Ringo taunts friendly Sunny doesn't quite respond appropriately to Zeke's love signs. Libby rages at Elle and wants to sue the hospital, but is made to realize neither is likely to do any good.
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Another recent robbery inspires Lucas, Lou and Callum to start a neighborhood watch. Harry is more loyal to Katie's bad example of refusing Paul's help 'on principle' then his sisters, who outvote him to accept a study fund. Declan and less brave Didge get a first taste of parental joy when India won't stop crying. Toadie is determined to make up his disastrous performance at the hospital board by preparing a court case although Dan and Libby fired him.
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Irritation over baby India demanding all attention, even after Declan discovers the Dingoes team song is the only effective lullaby, lays bare Mickey's frustration, as Lou finds out less jealousy then missing his parents whom he dares not contact. Lucas is most desperate to get out of girlish baby-visits, even rather babysits Charlie. Steph massages him but discovers he's even hosting a poker game in the garage.
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Zeke is only confused further when Sunny cuts the already marked balloons sassy Donna brought to 'help' declare her love, but he makes sure Charlie gets the others. Lucas keeps loosing at poker, already $4,000 in debt with dodgy Johnno Brewer, then flees his gang with Steph, whom he nearly kisses. So Brewer's gang already thrashes the garage. Gambling-unsuspecting Elle gives him a foretaste of eviction. Zeke rewards a traditional Korean doll for 'special people' with kissing.
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Team-Declan & supportive Dingo-fans finally seem in control of practical baby-care, but now, back in school, faces over-protective fears and bullies such as jackass Justin. Lucas riskily balances his poker-hunger, this team among mates, and Elle demanding 'their' evening home. Dan accepts Toadie's plan to sue the hospital.
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Dan is embarrassed by his needle-phobia, but even Karl's professional touch calm Susan's nerves. She thus scares off Harry, who is luckily later persuaded to return and play on the keyboard and seems to feel she reminds him of his late ma's moods. Hospital board chairman doctor Brian Rode counters Toadie's argumentation by threatening to drag litigation till it bankrupts Dan and Karl as well as exposing their family dirt. Yet they support an angry mothers protest. Johnno Brewer presses Lucas to pay up fast, while Ben delights him by choosing him as class presentation admirable relative.
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Harry makes friends with Susan over music and memories. With Toadie, he encourages Callum and Sophie to become acquainted by playing with the puppy. Doctor Brian Rode says the hospital board won't budge for publicity, so Susan writes an article for Elle, which Paul insists must include the pictures of the demonstrating mothers being removed by cops who arrest Didge. Actually Toadie was able to negotiate a solution, provided the pictures are retracted, but Paul already has the rights.
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Mikey is confused when told his parents are finally ready to take him in at their new Perth home after a trip to New York, as that also means leaving his Erinsborough friends. Paul overrules Elle over publishing the hospital story. She resigns. She maintains that decision even after he cancels the editorial as she begged to save the Kennedys' IVF program, which goes ahead. Young dad Declan is near exhaustion, can't even enjoy a video-game with Ringo.
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Declan and Didge consider choosing a friend as godparent because their favorite brothers live too far. But critically observing their school buddies in this light leads to negative evaluations, which are overheard trough the baby-phone and infuriate especially 'problem-ridden' Zeke and 'dumb' Ringo. Paul overhears Elle has a shot at a political scoop and steals the contact to sabotage her job application. Donna overhears him and Elle retorts by stealing informers. Paul gives in. Lucas's gambling debts must be paid today, and his last hope, a buyer for a rare motorcycle, cancels. When creditor Johnno Brewer arrives with a scary enforcer, Lucas calls Paul for the $1,0000 he's short.
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Luke is saved from the enforcer when Dan arrives with the missing $1,000, which he an ill afford. Rigo and Zeke grudgingly agree to let Donna throw a Bollywood party for baby India, somehow supposed to fix the godparent-unfitness insults, as she feels the gang is her actual family. Harry takes Dan's cue to ask Lucas's help with photography. Dog quarantine banning Jake from coming along to New York puts Mikey off that idea altogether.
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Dan gets cranky when Toadie rudely bugs him about reassuring Susan's insecurity whether the surrogate pregnancy issue satisfies everybody yet. After the disastrous make up-party with badly-digested dairy, Declan and Didge feel guilty, sleep badly and bicker over her repeated lack of consideration for his opinion, as whether to ask godparents. They count on the Parker family visit to country home village Oakie to relax. But a stray horse causes Steve's car to have a serious accident.
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Declan reluctantly abandons work on the nurse because Pauk promises to pay him to help plan the prefect wedding for his ma. Rather then Toadie's Internet-'researched' movie extravaganza themes, he decides on a personal touch, combining ten of her favorite things into a seaside family wedding. Paul is late for their appointment because he accepts to drive Susan, who nearly as day late for her IVF treatment, and even uses his sponsor cloud to get her in passed a petty hospital bureaucrat. Harry's photography progress earns more coaching from Lucas, who sees trough Elle's attempt to spy on Paul trough him. Meanwhile only Steve can crawl out of his wrecked car, but has not enough cell phone reception to inform the home front.
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Harry has bought everything for a family rock band, but bully Kate's arrival ruins the fun within a minute. She had also brought along Declan, who offered her accounting help, being bored home alone. Harry goes play on Susan's keyboard, but walks off 'for good' after Declan found him and suggested an intrusion. When she lets him deliver the keyboard as a gift, the knaves make up and Kate warms to the band idea. After desperate wandering in the bush, Steve finally gets a ride, who also calls for an ambulance.
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The rescue services reach Steve, diagnose him fit to join the search and ultimately find Didge, who stupidly wandered off with India. Pleading for old friendship from the girls doesn't convince Zeke yet, but Ringo decides to go see Declan. He's just in time to make his mate keep his promise to Steve to take care of Miranda in hospital, but everybody there gets verbally abused from Declan, who felt ignored even by his dog. After the rescue helicopter brings the others, more worrying diagnoses are made.
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Declan can't cope with the utterly uncertain wait, rages at everyone and wanders off, until Zeke brings him back. Declan makes up with everyone and reassures Didge, but as Karl feared the long untreated internal infection is beyond help, so India is orphaned.
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Nearly all Ramsay Street shares in desperate Declan's morning over Bridget's sudden death. The kids come up with comfort cake baking, which evolves into a boys-girls competition, judged by Karl at his pallet's peril. The Parker parents decide to move back to Oakie soon. Declan agrees to let them take baby India indefinitely.
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Declan remains a mournful moral wreck. People keep suggesting he should reconsider giving up India, until the story of how being with Ben helped Libby over losing Drew does the trick, the Parkers agree to leave to Oakey without the baby. Lucas isn't amused to hear Elle is covering the accident's story, worried as his garage checked Steve's car just before.
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Ramsay Street prepares, then gathers, for Didge's funeral, with tearful speeches from Steven and even worse-shattered Declan. Elle badgers Lucas about his flirtatious kiss with Steph, who spilled the beans. But the real problem arrives by envelop: the police report blames the fatal accident an Steve's car, which was revised in Lucas's shop by Steph. Just when the parkers have left for Oakie, Steph confesses to Declan.
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After Didge's funeral, everybody is deeply depressed, most cocooning. Declan vents his fury by smashing Steph's car windows, but someone else painted 'guilty' on her driveway, and that's how she feels. Paul arranges a sort of truce so neither his paper nor Elle's reports on the police findings, but Declan demands the truth to be known. Mucas refuses to fire Syteph, as Elle suggests.
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Back in school after Didge's funeral, the kids' gloom remains and leads to a nearly-violent row between Declan and Zeke, who defends his host Steph. Elle's new editor warns her the lame article instead of the steering scandal must be compensated.
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Dan is getting health problems from accumulated stress, even gets a minor fit. Harry is not impressed by tyrant Katie going on strike, but also has a nightly, masked activity: he paints 'gulty' again on Steph's driveway. Lucas refuses Steph's resignation and is furious at Elle when he discovers she tipped off Paul's reporter about the police report. After the article and a pamphlet, people turn on Steph, even Ben on Charlie.
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Harry's driveway graffiti is soon traced to him, and despite Susan's plea Toadie wants revenge for his ex Steph, the real drama culprit, by official complaint. Dan isn't told yet that the IVF program is making him a future dad already. Libby allows Donna and Katie to meanly take-over the débutante ball from traditionalist Amanda.
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Now Declan returns to work, Paul is left holding the baby, does well, gets ingratitude, but later a general welcome in the Napier family. Steph is cleared by the police and refuses filing charges. Toadie presses her to accept Harry as 'slave for a year' as punishment, presenting its as community service, leading to a guilt-duel, while Kate is even crueler without any understanding. Susan convinces both men Karl is the right man for Paul's paper's medical column.
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On career advice day, Libby's reserved support only frustrates Ringo, who wants to become a paramedic rather then a builder, but is daunted by university. Zeke commiserates, hesitating between countless options, and bugged by Sunny's senseless pushing while Donna isn't supportive. Declan decides to sue Steph, dismissing obviously partial Toadie's warning a court case is uncertain and could ruin his and India's future. Behind unsupporting Rebecca's back, Paul makes sure he's unshakable and then coughs up Tim Collins's spicy fee. Karl starts his medical column and seeks Zeke's advice on 'young lingo'.
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Karl overcomes Ringo's insecurity whether to go for a paramedic course in university by presenting him to a real ambulance team. When they're called away on a job nearby, Ringo follows and does great with a fainting spectator. Paul tells Rebecca he's paying Tim's legal fees. Dzclan tries to make up with his school mates but ends up chasing all be demanding they side with him against Steph, which Zeke won't consider.
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Dan learns Harry won't join a class excursion because he feels no connection with the neighborhood, but solves that by making Toadie recruit the promising photographer for the continuation of Harlold's memento book legacy. Pictures of Didge and him also allow a make-up with Declan. Lacking support from ma, who even talks Paul out of financing his law-suit further, Declan considers selling his heirloom ring. He fears deciding against that will cost him Tom's legal assistance, but to spite Toadie he offers no win, no pay.
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Dan ultimately makes Lucas come clean about his plan to take Elle on 'holiday' to Italy, actually fleeing after Dan discovered security video proof the parker car was sabotaged because Lucas was seen test-driving it by his bookie-extortionist. Onky Harry notices Callum's crush has shifted from Sophie to unsuspecting Kate.
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After Lucas takes Dan's cue and owes up that Johnno's sabotage was meant as payback for his gambling debts, Steph meanly turns on him and Elle doubts him completely. By the time both regret his plan to flee alone, seeing Steph comfort-hug him makes Elle decide to stop protecting him. Orphan Callum makes clear he appreciates Kate as a 'mother' type rather then a girlfriend.
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Ringo despairs about on upcoming paramedic entry anatomy exam, but Karl shows he just has to tap into his visual memory. Elle's editor scolds her unprofessional for entering an article to settle a lovers score, Paul makes a similar diagnose. Lucas is guilt-torn but ends up helping the police to find and arrest homicidal Johnno Brewer. A new nightmare chapter further undermines Declan's spirit. When Brewer is released, he tails the fiend.
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Declan follows Johhno to his room and sneaks in, but is thrown out as if just a 'nice boy' not worth listening to. He returns, after the police brass has decided not to prosecute the fiend. Paul has meanwhile promised again to pay his lawyer expenses, left a present 'in case', actually a tape-recorder, and made a complex deal. Johnno believes he'll get defended by Tim in exchange for hearing out Declan, who secretly records the confession, and Tim is promised double pay to loose the case or have his closet skeletons exposed. Dan argues against Lucas's plan to just run. Ringo not Zeke are amused by their girls' volunteering all of them for the fancy school dance.
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Zeke successfully enlists Karl's help to make Donna abandon her Internet search for unknown dad Nick. Found out an incorrigible gambler, womanizer and thief, Lucas over-stretches even Dan's fraternal patience, yet he begs Elle to talk to him again. She finally does when he first attends gamblers Anonymous, only to overhear he found her fancy suburban life-style stifling, even a root cause of his addiction relapse.
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Bitterly facing their break-up, Lucas and Elle try hard to break with their lives together, hoping for a clean start. She only amused the Ramsay kids when trying skating and ultimately buys the garage from Janae and forbids her ex to keep sleeping there. Truth time also arrives for Jarrod's far too lenient education by (compared to Karl bad) example of Callum and canine pup Rocky by both of them when blind guide dog trainer Sonya arrives to test their progress, nut the idea of private lessons suspiciously appeals to both rascals. Paul and Rebecca agonize over wedding details and a best man, while almost everything is already tainted by disastrous previous editions.
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Declan surprises his worried friends by accepting a birthday party, but gifts referring to Didge spoil it. Ringo stands by him and is hence picked for a treat for two. Paul is desperate enough for a best man that he accept an absurd candidate: Elle, who promises an interesting bachelor party without stripper. Lucas decides to deny her a triumph when she makes Steph manager in his place, having failed to appeal to her loyalty. The bachelor party proves cunningly cruel: a 'high rollers' casino night.
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After Elle's mean casino stunt, a big row leads to Lucas moving out to Dan's, in Ben's room. Donna is cared by Elle's dark side and reverts to the video blog she promised to shut down. Now their dad is dead, Harry and Sophie want to know about his good side too, but Kate tells only Donna that are just lies she promised their ma to keep up.
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Ringo and Declan boyishly enjoy the 'honeymoon spa weekend', enough to handle the existence of Didge's last gift, without unwrapping it yet. Zeke does a great job as captain of India's young babysitters, but it gives him nightmares, alerting Harry. Supported by Dan, Lucas tries to rebuild his life, concentrating on his mechanic work, even selling his beloved motorbike so he can repay big brother. Donna worries Ella may stay in Sidney and about her true character.
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During his math tutorial, Harry notices Zeke's obsessive pens-shuffling and posts a question on Karl's medical questions page of the newspaper's website, which Zeke hears and realizes applying to him. Callum's mischief becomes unacceptable when he buys a second puppy, Bullwinkle, and outsmarts Toadie, who tries to make him learn by trial and error but must finally accept the Kennedys' advice children need boundaries.
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Next item on the bride's stress list, Paul's wedding vows. His 'best man' Elle, just back from her Sidney spa, betrays he paraphrases those for Lyn, which is meanly made a breaking item. Susan came up with an more classy and sassy hens night then a stripper: a nude model 'art class'. When Paul catches drunk Rebecca naked in Bryce's arms, she refuses to cover up and the wedding is off. Shameless Callum tries to sell puppy Bullwinkle with profit rather then return him, but ends up dealing with deaf Cody.
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Despite the Bryce incident, Paul and his bride swallow their angry words and decide their wedding goes on. Luck isn't on their side, judging by practical problems with dress and transportation, but 'bestman' Elle and Lucas help solve Paul's while 'matron of honor' and limo driver Declan calms his ma. When all seems on track, including the wedding vows, an uninvited guest arrives with a legal objection: Lynn, claiming she's still Paul's wife.
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Lynn acts miserable, so Susan refuses to side against her old friend when Rebecca, whose wedding fell trough, rages blindly even at camellia care. Paul is far from amused when he's blackmailed for an expensive divorce. Callum keeps pushing Toadie toward blind dog trainer Sonya, who rejects a date on principle but accepts a joint bike ride.
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Ringo is struggling with Shakespeare, so some tutoring from Susan is welcome. She's however distracted by the bitter row between her friends Lynn and Rebecca over whether Paul should pay a fortune for his divorce or bygones should be forgotten. Declan returns to class, motivated to assure a future for him and India, but distracted. To Dan's unpleasant surprise, Donna withdraws from the débutante ball committee after Sunny starts a campaign against the green theme, actually to hide she can't dance informally.
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By the time Harry contacts Dr. Karl again to tell the obsessive behavior question wasn't answered satisfactorily, the concerned doc and dad has already discretely found out it's about his own adoptive son Zeke. A dance lesson allows two left feet-klutz Sunny to make up with the débutante ball committee. But seeing her in trouble waring late ma Ramsay's dancing shoes makes Zeke object loudly, and if that fails sneakily dump them in the bin, only to be caught in the act by Karl.
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Ringo tells Harry Susan isn't quite up to tutoring his Shakespeare report anymore, but he discretely gets help from Libby. Both youngsters keep a watchful eye on a charming young men who seems to lurk around, searching for someone in Ramsay Street. Now Karl has exposed Zeke's obsession and accepted it's a late consequence of the raft trauma, doc reluctantly switches to paternal mode and grudgingly accompanies Zeke to face his river demon. Callum and Ben's constant bickering leads to Dan punishing them by joint confinement 'untul you learn to share'. Instead, they resort to more inventive team work.
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Protective lover Ringo is suspicious about James Linden's claim to be Donna's half-brother, so he starts snooping while charming James tells her their dad Nick died a few years ago and gets a warm welcome plus grand tour. Lucas lets Elle get jealous about Sonya, but Callum sees 'Taodie's rival' meet her in the park. Donna is furious when James says he leaves as Ringo will never believe and accept him.
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Zeke finds near-proof James Linden is a fraud, but Donna tells him to back off. Zeke now confesses he made an e-mail from their dad Nick for Donna disappear. Ringo dares James to a DNA test, which is accepted. Harry feels his life is sabotaged as selfishly as ever when Kate meanly 'forbids' him to attend the débutante ball, but he accepts an offer from Kyle to arrange an invitation from a girl if he pleads for Kate to go with Kyle. When she overhears them, Kyle gets her to accept if he doesn't help Harry, who later overhears him telling mates she's just another toy. Declan rejects test consideration arranged by Dan.
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Susan manages to get Lyn to do the right thing and grant Paul his divorce without extortion, just some haughty nonsense. Declan's biology test goes totally wrong, yet he refuses the benefit of special consideration, insisting he didn't study properly. Harry hates Kate's meddling, yet tricks her into giving schoolmates a dance class they all enjoy and takes a job to pay for professional lessons for her, which the ingrate turns down.
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Now Zeke has moved back home, Karl wonders how close he and Sunny are physically and decides to contact her Korean parents, but she completely distorts the 'translation'. Lyn's wining she can't stay in Erisborough without Paul's money to buy the Parker house convinces Steph to help out financially. Rebecca commiserates after the crushing article Paul published on Lunn because she asked him to 'do anything', but feels chased from 'her' home, so Paul offers Lynn a fat check to move at least 500 kilometers.
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When the standard DNA test proves inconclusive, James organizes an $8,000 one which Donna insists on, although she can't afford it. Ben and Callum forgot to buy father's day presents and ruined the breakfast. Susan would pay, but Karl makes that gardening chores, so they drift off to busking, which wrecks Donna's garage sale, driving her to steal the balance from Elle. Steph can't understand why Lyn went to Oakie the day after she bought the Parker house, until Elle tells about Paul's check.
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Elle discovers Donna stole $4,000 from her bank account for James's DNA test, but he now pays everything. Bossy Kate is all thumbs and finally gets a detention for distracting other pupils. She still manages to betray Harry has been cutting classes, on account on a mysterious combination of feeling sick and staying out at night. Lucas is childishly avoided by Toadie but refuses to tell even Dan why he meets Sonya.
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Harry won't tell Declan what he does at night, so tyrant Kate gets him to help her search his room and school locker. The truth is he has a shell filling job and saved up for Jason Colemen's prestigious dance course for her. Zeke feels in control about his ordering compulsion, but when Dr. Karl intrudes on Lost Boy's radio program, he realizes his step-dad's meddling is the greater problem, yet doesn't dare tell so when the station doubles Karl's air time.
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Zeke still can't stand Dr. Karl's meddling or tell him so, but has a chance to get rid of him when Karl violates the station's policy by playing his own music. Zeke however remains silent and even gets listeners to vote whether that's fair. Only when Sunny discusses things and inadvertently pushes the buttons so that goes on air, Karl and all Erinsborough learn the truth. The outcome is Sunny is recruited instead as Lost Boy's radio partner. Steph's pigheaded refusal to head Lucas's warning and feminist arrogance with major client 'Hot' Rod Falzon, who then dumps the garage, makes owner Elle decree get him back or she's fired. Toadie's hostility to Lucas meeting Sonya forces her to reveal she's his AA sponsor.
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After James's additional DNA tests prove he's Donna's half-brother, she plans to adopt his surname, Linden. Steph's attempt to apologize to client 'Hot' Rod Falzon for her feminist big mouth ends up in even grosser abuse while refusing to let Lucas handle his fleet. Elle offers her manager job to Lucas, who delays answering realizing that's really about 'us'. The band James booked for the pub doesn't turn up, and he ha disappeared, even from his 'firm website'.
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Paul finances a full search for James, who seems a professional con and has emptied Elle's entire account. Elle ponders whether to accept a New York journalist job. Donna can't keep up denial and meanly pushing away Ringo's support, but ends up making a run, feeling guilty. Karl worries Susan hasn't started driving again, but Lyn forces her by faking a medical emergency.
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Ella's car is missing and Donna left notes for Ringo and her. Lucas drives them in his pick-up to the motel chain she downloaded the four nearby addresses of. She's found with a flat tire, but insists to continue the search. Paul wants to sue Lyn to return the money she failed to disappear for. Steph thus finds out it was $200,000. Lyn counters with convincing blackmail concerning Paul's darker business past.
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The presumably hopeless quest for James continues,although it causes new rifts between Lucas and Elle, then returns home. A woman met him on his way, fell for his charm and stupidly handed her bank details over. Susan discovers Ringo tried to spare her by sneakily taking tutoring from Libby and agrees given her own absentmindedness. Although even Sophie scolds ingrate Katie's egocentric mean attitude to Harry, who refuses a bribe, she refuses to accept his mutual crush on her deb committee rival Amanda is more then just 'to spite her'. Donna is grounded with extra chores forever, yet gets a comfort gift. She inspires Katie to a vicious plan to 'expose Amanda', who is tipped off by Sophie and turns it cruelly against Harry.
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Zeke cleverly undoes Harry's embarrassment by posting fake crazy Facebook pages for the gang and Kyle. Harry still chooses to believe Amanda's claim of innocence and takes her as deb date. Kate's mean idea to make Donna ask him instead, in vain, hurts everyone. Sunny gets obsessed with her predecessors, especially Taylah.
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Zeke tries to convince Sunny his exes are forgotten and her braces-off don't matter because he already loved her look, without the required effect, until Lost Boy tackles love proofs. Dan learns his manic ex Sam had another episode in New Zealand and their baby needs help. Jealous Lib insists to accompany him, with Ben. Karl mistrusts clingy adolescent super-fan Robin Hester, who calls by uninvited. Toadie's midlife treat inspires other car freaks, yet he abandons his in a vain attempt to win over environmentally-minded Sonya, who only rejects him harder for reasons unknown, yet Lucas claims patience should pay off.
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Karl's "stalker" is actually just shy, recently moved-in schoolboy Robin Hester, who needed to make haste with his school project interview. After complaining on principle about an unannounced call, Susan shifts the venue to Harold's, where Robin appreciates a snack as his parents are out cleaning till around midnight. Lynn overhears Elle got an offer on Harold's from ruthless chain Apollo's and spreads the rumor, so as to stir a public mass protest. Paul convinces Elle to accept an anonymous lower, local offer, only to regret it when they learn it was from Lynn.
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Paul enjoys Lyn's bumbling at Harold's, she retorts with soon returned dirty tricks and keeps Kate to her one year-contract. Steph makes the rivals realize a truce is less expensive for both businesses. Ringo reluctantly covers for Donna who sneaks out because Ekle won't suspend her grounding to attend designer Saffron's fashion show, confident she can launch her dream career. Paul recruits Lyn as gossip columnist in exchange for publicity.
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Donna wrecks her first impression with Saffron in one phrase, but Ringo saves her bacon cleverly and interest the designer in her invention, the 'scelt' (scarf-belt). After selling Elle another alibi-lie, baby-sitting Callum, they sneak back out to the VIPs only-show trough the service entrance. Hottie Ringo is snatched up by an assistant and stripped to be send on stage as generally applauded sassy model. Yet instead of gratitude, Saffron shows her shameless thieving talent. Elle also finds out as she and Steph engage in confusing moves concerning even more confused Lucas.
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Lonely Robin's desperate efforts to make friends bring Susan to scold Harry 'expoiting' him, only to be told it's a clinging weirdo, which soon materializes. Told about the 'stolen scelt', Elle first throws Ringo out for helping Donna concocting such a ridiculous story. After seeing pictures in the paper, she encourages demanding something back from Saffron, who rewards pushiness with a week creative observership. Meanwhile Elle agrees with staff an apprentice would valorize their capacities, but lacking funds for one assumes the job itself. Lucas questioning her motives leads to short fighting and long kissing.
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Susan and Sunny ignore Zeke's suspicion of Robin as 'overprotective', Harry advises scaring him off, which Zeke overdoes, so he's nearly sent to therapist Levi. People wine to Paul about the new gossip columnist, so he warns Lynn, who is still struggling financially. Zeke changes tactics completely, but Robin sees trough it and locks him up. Paul undoes the damage Kate did with Callum's wrestling appreciation and thus gets the Ramsays to accept a dinner invitation.
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Zeke remains locked-in by Robin at the radio station archive. Robin cleverly avoids Harry's suspicion and makes sure he finds Zeke 'accidentally', so he can play the hero in Sunny's eyes. Lucas is delighted when Steph assures him Elle must be madly in love since she waved the New York job.
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Neither Sunny nor his parents believe 'brute' Zeke over 'victim' Robin, until clever Zeke manages to prove his rival is the dangerous liar, who then attacks him but is locked up himself, despite wining about his uninterested adoptive parents. Lyn sends 'blackmailer' Paul an article exposing Dan's marital misery for the gossip column. She soon regrets its and lies it's about a supplier to Susan, to get her help to steal it back, but Susan reads it and Paul's office alarm gets Lyn caught.
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Now Paul and Susan found out about Lyn's cowardly disloyalty, they and even Steph intend to dump her. She tries to redeem herself by buying publication of the Dan article at the price of her blackmail fikles against Paul. Donna finds her observership at Saffron's is a glorified gopher job. Given one chance to impress by finding a substitute model, she suggests Katie, who however already has painful feet from dancing and hurts them bloodily during the fashion show.
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Zeke and most locals enthusiastically sign up when Lynn gets the hospital to dedicate an annual blood drive to paramedic Ringo's memory. Karl however openly calls her a hypocrite, which Susan can't oppose. Declan offers to give Kate free driving lessons, but she shamelessly plays him and detective Mark against each-other, encouraged by Donna.
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Andrew refuses to run for prom ball King because only the business side matters, so Tash switches focus from her prom queen election to general organization and steals the tickets revenue. Karl's open insistence Steph should 'pay' for Ringo's death means war with Lynn, but his own family tends to leniency for Charlie's sake.
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Andrew is hurt when the school cash theft forces Mike, under Board instructions, to cancel the dance. Undiscovered thief Tash, however, convinces Andrew to let her take Summer's place as his 'production assistant' to mount a seniors-only dance party. Sam badgers Libby long enough to make her admit perjury. The result for Steph is a homicide conviction.
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Now Steph is found guilty, everyone turns on Sam, taking their cue from Donna, who also bitterly blames cowardly liar Libby, while Kate blames herself. Pending the sentencing to effective or conditional punishment, which Toadie desperately tries to prepare by invoking character witnesses and Charlie's needs, Lucas offers Steph an alternative: run away with him and the boy, but she decides against a refugee life.
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Andrew worries about Steph's trial, especially the effect on Summer. The foam party falls trough as the machine isn't available. Nevertheless Tash manages to seduce Andrew and be seen when Summer comes seek his support, only to leave bitterly after seeing her rival. After a campfire night with Lucas, Steph faces her sentencing. Despite glowing testimonies and the grave effect on the family, she gets six years, partially to be served effectively.
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Paul again scolds Andrew immature and irresponsible, blames Michael and wants to fire him as tutor, but Rebecca won't let him. After a row, she and Mike, who keeps probing what keeps her in a loveless marriage with Paul, get even closer. Detective Mark Brennan and Declan waste macho rivalry on Kate, who can't appreciate either.
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Mike and Rebecca seriously consider an affair behind Paul's back. Karl's makeup-offer is grimly refused by a scolding Toadie, whom Steph's harsh sentencing left so bitter. Lou, Callum nor Sonya can get him to rejoin social life. Kate accepts another driving lesson from Declan, but also a date with romantic rival Mark.
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Zeke accepts, reluctantly, to act as role-play partner for Kate to practice a first proper date with detective Mark, but proves that it isn't easy to prepare for. Depressed Toadie feels guilty, and takes off alone unannounced. After Callum finds him, Sonya tries to convince him nobody feels let down. The boys ask her to move into the House of Trouser, but she insists the time isn't quite right yet.
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Detective Mark Brennan dumps fickle Kate after more nonsense about his 'harsh' handling of a bumbling constable and cocky words with Declan. Karl gets Toadie to promise they'll make up when the time is right. Sonya gives in to Toadie and Callum's insistence on her moving in with them.
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Andrew tries to be supportive for Summer, to Tash's jealous dismay, but is willfully ignored, even if that lands them both in detention with chores. Mike finds out about Tash's theft and insane plan when she tries to spend the cash on a DVD-player for Summer, who refuses it. After finding out she falsely accused Mark of hard-handling Declan, fickle Kate changes her mind again and soon gets a second chance with the detective.
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Andrew remains as lukewarm towards Tash as Summer acts with him, even when he invites them and everybody to the marriage vows renewal Paul organized in one day as surprise for Rebecca. Declan is so grimly against such 'charade' that he tells his ma to chose between her son and spouse, yet she names him and still stands by Paul. Mike sets thief Tash's punishment, considering whether to reveal her crime.
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After Paul's wedding vows renewal, Declan means to carry out his threat and leave Rebecca, while only Andrew truly stands by Paul. Mike told Rebecca he opts against adultery, but reconsiders after she texts him she's leaving on 'honeymoon' alone and misses him.
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Andrew proudly watches wedding vow renewal pictures, but Mike sneers at Paul. Declan even packs to leave and try to keep Rebecca away forever. Paul now openly blackmails him too, which scares off Declan, but not for long. Toadie welcomes Sonya in the house of trousers, but disposing of double kitchen utensil's proves a stressful business for her.
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Because Declan misses Paul's deadline to return home and leave Rebecca with him, Paul calls detective Mark Brennan to see the investigation is reopened due to recovering memory. During his interview Declan returns, so Paul pretends not to remember any actual details, but Brennan won't call off a new investigation and isn't interested in a bribe. Declan resents Paul's idea Kate could 'work over' her lover.
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Andrew finally launches his end of school-year party in the mens' shed, with Zeke as DJ. Summer claims not to be interested, but Chris gently pulls her along. Tash dares her to an energy drink, which makes her faint into hospital, where Tash is jealous of Andrew's caring attitude. Kate wines that her relationship with Mark is compromised by Paul's and Declan's spy-demands.
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Andrew's attention for Summer keeps bugging Tash, who ends up asking if he loves her and remains in tears when given no explicit answer. Lynn ignores urgent advice from Toadie and others to respect Steph's choice not to appeal against her conviction, which may even result in a harsher sentence, and tries to hire Tim, but can't afford his rates.
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Lou starts a campaign to become citizen of the year, but Karl and Susan anonymously nominated each-other, yet each want to run themselves, so three candidates vie for campaign talent. Tim makes Lyn reconsider hiring his too expensive appeal services anyhow. Sonya is spooked by a mystery phone-stalker and meet her: kid sister Jade.
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Tim demands full payment in time, so Lynn must sell her home and ask Paul for a loan to bridge the first term, but unlike the family he realizes her purpose and refuses. Sonya receives sister Jade, who blatantly invites herself to stay indefinitely and flirts with Lucas, and refuses to leave at explicit request, claiming they need to settle family matters first.
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Susan's campaign leader Zeke's double-agent tricks Karl into ruining his changes by public guitar performance. Sugar uncle Paul tries to bribe and blackmail Kate into manipulating detective Brennan with a Sidney Harry-reunion luxury holiday, but she declares all ties broken. Declan recruits Lynn to host and present the citizen of the year election. She already told Tim the appeal is off and gets Steph's invitation to bring over the kids.
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Andrew was looking forward to Christmas at home, but hearing Paul didn't even confide in him bitterly accepts Tash's invitation. Lucas reluctantly accepts to play Santa. Mark enjoys intimacy with Kate, but her attempt to excuse uncooperative Declan from reopening the investigation backfires in making the detective even more suspicious.
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Mike delights Andrew and Tash by inviting the him for Christmas, a request from her that he initially refused. Andrew has a crucial business meeting with Tomas Bersky, but the man's interest in Summer and her replacement Tash's jealousy compromise the promising venture. Detective Mark Brennan ponders Kate's part in the case and gives her a new locket as Christmas present. Summer rejects a sweet attempt from Andrew to become active friends again.
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Once Lynn betrays to Summer she made Andrew back off, the lovers are quickly reunited. Summer even insists on getting physical home alone in her room. The citizen of the year contest is turned upside down. The threadbare Christmas-lights Summer plugged in start a fire while she's with Andrew, unaware. Before the fire department arrives, Tash has gone in, and Michael rushes after her while the flames rage into an inferno.
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Thanks to the heroism of Mike and ever-clever Andrew, Summer and Tash are easily rescued. The men themselves are trapped by the falling ceiling, but the firemen get to them just before the whole upper floor collapses. Only Andrew is badly hurt and needs emergency surgery. Meanwhile Lyn's wining makes Paul suspect an insurance scam before Summer tells him in tears the Christmas lights she found lying around caused the fire and the alarm didn't function.
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Andrew pulls through after surgery. Summer almost dumps him to spare Tash, but they agree to come clean after everybody's recovery. Zeke makes sure Donna succeeds in raising money with 'vintage clothes donations' and accepts the New York fashion academy scholarship Ringo made possible. Michael decides to take in Lyn's entire family. Paul wants to find out what happened and instructs Susan to write an article on fire hazards.
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Recovering in hospital, Andrew wants to tell Tash the truth, but Summer desperately stops them, despite her promise to Lynn not to upset their new hosts. Detective Mark Brennan notices Kate's locket-fidgeting, indicating she must have lied in her deposition on video. He tells her to be in doubt whether to dump her or resign from Paul's case, which can make his career.
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Paul praises Mike as Andrew's savior to just returned Rebecca, unaware they are lovers. Sassy Jade keeps daring Donna and Kate until they flash the barman. Just then, detective Brennan arrives with his superior, superintendent Phil Rochford, and has to arrest them for indecent exposure.
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After the flashing incident, Mark Brennan surprises Kate by not dumping her, but choosing their affair over career prospects. It takes them a while to work out (actualy Lucas does) that his clothes' disappearance after a hot night is Sofie's doing, just as a prank and to admire him towel-only. Sonya uses the incident as an excuse to give Jade her marching orders before Callum's return. But Zeke makes sure she's invited to stay with the Kennedys. Rebecca ignores Declan's warning Paul will find out about her affair with Mike and ruin them all.
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Declan convinces Rebeccca she must break up with Mike before Paul finds out, but Mike takes her over again. Callum and Toadie return home. Sonya finds out only now that Jade is still around, and fails to prevent busybody Donna marshaling Jade to the boys she so desperately tried to prevent meeting her. After a cheerful greeting Jade suddenly runs off, followed by Sonya, who insists they must keep secret what Jade just realized: Callum is Sonya's biological son.
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Fearing that Paul comes close to the truth, Lyn dares not fight the insurance's refusal to honor her policy due to her failure to replace the fire alarm batteries. Family nor fiends understand, Summer feels guilty for hanging the faulty Christmas lights. Sonya is terrified that sister Jade will honor her threat to tell Callum he's her biological son if she doesn't, but Jade agrees to refrain seeing how happy the Trousers House family is.
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Paul joys the girls spoiling hospitalized Andrew. Tash doesn't suspect yet he's back with Summer. Dispappointed that Rebecca's rekindled family loyalty doesn't extend to himself, Paul orders blackmail-vulnerable Lyn to persuade her after noticing their recent complicity.
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Andrew still can't convince Summer it's better to tell Tash the truth, although she starts sensing Andrew may not be truly in love with her. Donna cowardly abuses fashion-ignorant dad Nick's lack of enthusiasm for her design as an excuse to back down on the New York fashion academy adventure.
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Charlene meanwhile is on the warpath and rips Jane's poster promising to do the same to the girl in person. Scott moves back home after the fallout of his marriage but it isn't plain sailing as both Madge and Mrs Mangel take verbal pops at him for the situation with Jane.
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Lucas is broke, so he can't resist temptation to store some boxes for his wheelchair-bound mate Billy Forman, at least for one night, paid cash. The gang fails to trick Donna in rekindling her fashion alertness by dressing 'utterly wrong', which comes naturally to uninformed Toadie. It's Andrew he convinces her to attend Lassiters' fashion conference, at least an hour. Meeting someone seems to win her over completely, but noticing another scares her off again.
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Ever-clever Zeke, Declan and three seamstresses mount up an elaborate surprise to chance Donna's mind after all. Having sneakily stolen her latest designs, they execute enough to hold a surprise fashion show, which swings the deal. Discussing a legal waver document type with Todie seems to inspire Rebecca, who promises Michael they'll be together openly, if he helps with a daring plan.
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Released from hospital, Andrew gets a warm welcome back home. However his attempt to appease Tash's wining insecurity leads to inadvertently seem to declare his love for her. Unsuspecting Michael bends over backwards to be an ideal host for Summer and Lyn. To appease Paul, adulteress Rebecca treats him to dinner and even shares his bed again.
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Andrew firmly berates Donna for putting him in an impossible position towards Tash, which Summer seems unable to handle. Callum feels persecuted by Jade, who follows him around with unwanted 'advice'. Sonya barely prevents her secret being betrayed during a bickering with Toadie, who wants to reserve his parental educator privilege. Donna drags packing absurdly, driving the Kennedy household to despair. Dad Nick, however, changes the mood by his surprising announcement he's moving to New York with her.
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Detective Mark Brennan takes Kate on a picnic, incommunicado. That 'forces' Sophie to resort to shoplifting to avoid novel female embarrassment. Sonya tries to convince Jade that giving Callum up was best by secretly showing her Harold's street history and the adoption file. Lucas catches Jade with them, the last straw for Toadie to give her marching orders.
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Having tasted 'easy cash', Lucas has his heart set on an exclusive motorbike. So he makes mate Billy Forman recommend him for another fencing job with real criminals, which Billy shies away from. A friendly warning from still unsuspecting Mark to avoid the jail-bait is also ignored. Tash enjoys physically clinging on embarrassed Andrew in public, also in front of Summer, who seeks refuge in study books. Toadie lets Sonya convince him to rescind Jade's marching orders, so Callum is still stuck with the busybody.
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Andrew and Summer are determined to keep the charade up for Tash's last week of rehab, but she already smells a rat and pushes Summert's restyling offer beyond the limit, then belies it's just guilt over the fire. Lucas's criminal 'employer' Garland Cole, also a bookie, discovered his motor racing past and urges him to return to the illegal circuit. Inititally he declines 'too old', but enters last minute, declines a share of Billy's winnings and promises to keep it up.
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Andrew and Tash keep Summer in the dark now the new school term starts. After his first street-race victory, Lucas needs little encouragement to enter the next, but this time loses due to 'bad luck'. Meanwhile ultra-impish Jade has intruded the garage to search it and found his cash stash, claiming he must be gambling again, hence not good enough for Sonya. Zeke's approval of an ecological radio program convinces Sofie to do it, Callum follows as apish publicity guy.
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Men's club president Lucas is absent, so treasurer Karl presides over the admission and preliminary initiation test of Toadie, who needs some pushing from Sonya even to apply as occupational therapy, yet ends up getting their whole shed chores list done. When Declan has to decline career day at school due to previous engagement, Paul is furious to be haughtily refused as alternative by Mike. Declan drags him away for a scolding, fearing Paul will realize he's jealous as Rebecca's lover.
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Lou interviews candidate car salesmen. Everyone protests when he refuses to seriously consider Kyle, even present part-time employer Rebecca, who would loose her females-magnet, but especially Callum and Sofie, who want to pass on some of their chores. Karl brags over Ben's stories starring him and the cockatoo, likely to get published. Rebecca no only refuses to keep away from Mike as Declan urges, but invites Lyn for dinner in an attempt to make Paul cease blackmailing her, which he clearly enjoys. The ploy backfires, as Paul now seriously doubts her family loyalty.
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Andrew has to kiss Tash again to keep her in the dark until her medical check-up next week. Mike books Karl, Toadie and Brennan for career day. The studly cop is clearly the kids' favorite. Only Summer concentrates her questions on the latest arrival, contractor Jim Dolan, who offers rebuilding Lynn's house at mate's rate given his current project fell trough. The bank however refuses Lyn any credit. Paul now suspects Rebecca of faking marital loyalty, yet promises not to turn Lynn in, but predicts he'll make her pay another way.
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Andrew and Sumer think they got away with hiding their affair from Tasha, who has her final medical checkup today, but actually accidentally sees them kissing, yet keeps quiet to everyone. The shed boys promise to raise money for Lyn's house rebuilding. Cocky bragging leads Karl to bet the use of the shed against Jade and other girls. Each party hopes a calendar may earn them most.
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Andrew gets nightmarish visions about his future when he sees Declan bothered by Indy, even before Tash tells him and Summer she's expecting his baby. Still, he decides he wants to keep the child and be the caring father he never had, even if that means dumping Summer. Kyle is very popular with lady customers, but hasn't closed a sale yet, while Lou always jumps in. Kyle resigns frustrated, but a client insisting on the nice young man, not the sleazy senior, suffices to get him rehired on his own terms, with a raise.
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After Andrew and Tash's pregnancy announcement, Summer wines to confident Chris, but he sees no reason no commiserate with the bitter fruits of her own fickle attitude and deception. Lucas's class finds out he's a bike-racer. His bookie expects him to loose 'just one' street-race, but Lucas stubbornly wins. Garland's goons party arrives in Lucas's garage, smashing things with a baseball-bat.
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Good sport gym agrees to let gym instructor Jade use him as exercise model and enjoys a massage afterward. Sophie can't hide having the hots for Zeke, who still needs to be told by Jade, who suggests dumping her softly. Ironically, jealous mate Callum argues the only comfort is Zeke doesn't now yet. Lucas's shop is beaten up worse then himself, as Karl wines only about the bruises requiring calendar photo shopping, but the goons return for worse destruction and the bookie summons him for a parlor. Now he seeks contact with Mark again.
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Ignoring Paul's advice 'straight and quick', Zeke tries Toadie and Declan's hopeless ideas to turn off Sophie, to no avail, which makes it worse when he finally tells her he could never be interested in her age. Lucas's place is thrashed again by Garland's goons, and on his account the Ramsay home, yet he keeps lying to Mark. After loosing a street bike race as payoff, Lucas insists to enter and win the next.
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After pep-talks from jealous Callum and Jade, too sexy Zeke is put out of his well-meaning misery by Sophie scolding him as if unworthy of her affection. Mark tels Lucas to keep an eye on the Ramsay home as he'll be out a lot for police work. Lucas erroneously scolds him unfaithful to Kate for meeting who turns out to be traffic police senior constable Megan Phillips. The cops are closing in on the street-racing and bookie via Jeremy 'Jezza' Scholter, Lucas's friendly rival, who tells him keeping silent should suffice.
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Andrew and Summer spoil pregnant Tash rotten, while she refuses to tell anyone or see a doctor. Andrew first tells Rebecca, then Michael, who furiously throws him out. As taunting by the girls worsens their fear to lose the shed to them, the boys lean on mate Lucas until he gets Mark to pose 'tastefully' for the calendar despite doubts if that's appropriate.
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Andrew finds the courage to face Michael, who has calmed down enough to grudgingly praise Andrew's guts and encourage all the supposed father-to-be's appropriate initiatives, offering extensive help. Telling Paul about Tash fails again. To Karl's horror, the girls make him believe (without actually lying so) that their calendar will contain tasteless 'ripe' nude, notably Susan's.
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Now Andrew and Michael push her jointly, Tasha can't hold off seeing a doctor. She refuses Karl, gets Doug to assure her absolute medical secret and asks him only for a flu blood test, then tells the home front everything is fine with her pregnancy. She enjoys maximizing jealousy with Summer, who openly suspects the pregnancy to be a trap for Andrew, who grudgingly accepts further intimacy, or even fake. Toadie makes a fool of himself, freaking out childishly when Charlie's pet reptile escapes from its box while even the girls help searching.
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When Lucas enters a last street-race, his new challenger 'from the city' is none other then an alias of Mark, who orders him to play along or be charged for illegal racing and betting. Zeke has a blast with Summer as radio guest, despite her deviant musical taste. Michael accidentally tells Lyn about Tash's 'pregancy' but swears her to secrecy as even Paul doesn't know yet.
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Lucas grudgingly makes a deal to escape prosecution by wearing a wire to trap Garland. The first time goes well, but Mark insists he must go on to make the case stick. Contractor Jim Dolan comes pick up lizard Teddy, which Charlie 'found' but belongs to his son son Dylan. The birthday boy is too inconsolable to attend his own party, which is a failure anyhow, until the arrival of an unhoped surprise present from the Dolans.
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The Ramsay boys finally start their photo-shoot, despite the tension between star-model Mark and photographer Lucas. After his toga-turn, Toadie volunteers to babysit India for Declan, but Sonya refuses to help while he has no talent. Andrew's next attempts to tell Paul fail, first because of a business plan that pleases, next when given a luxury watch as reward.
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Andrew finally tells the truth to Paul, who is furious about the boy's compromised future, but grudgingly accepts the (step-)grandparents to be must stand by the pregnant couple. Mike however indignantly refuses Paul's demand for a paternity test. Mike set Rebecca an ultimatum: tell Paul about them or loose him. Toadie accepts Sonya won't consider conceiving, but gets her to consider adoption at a less helpless age.
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Andrew dutifully concentrates on being a perfect father-to-be, although Summer's suppressed jealousy of selfish Tash breaks his heart. Paul has finally agreed to let his lawyer draw up an affidavit letting Declan and Rebecca off the hook. Michael however urges her to tell Paul and leave with him, although it's not yet signed.
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After a single night of 'wedding bliss' in bed, Paul signs the affidavit. To his utter surprise, Rebbecca immediately packs and moves with Declan to a hotel room. Andrew finds his father desperate and inconsolable. Mike is less happy then expected.
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Andrew stands by Paul, who vows utter revenge on Rebecca and removes every reminder of the adulteress, but Andrew accepts to see and hear her. Warned by Mike, Zeke tells Summer to keep appropriate distance at school after the rumors that endanger his position there. Michael accepts to stand by Rebecca. Paul discovers they were lovers quite a while already.
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Andrew and Paul stick together, embittered by Rebecca's adulterous betrayal. Andrew finds Tasha not really supportive. Paul swears revenge on Rebecca and Michael, starting by termination of Charlie's lease. Detective Mark Brennan makes Lucas fence for Garland Cole, but his mate Bily is to be involved and Kate accidentally witnesses some shady dealing.
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Garland notices Kate, gets suspicious, refuses to believe Billy didn't turn up and when Kate calls Robbie, Mark forces the police to arrest his gang earlier then planned. Mark explains Lucas's part, but Kate selfishly scolds them both and throws Lucas out. The men's calendar is out and sells fairly well. Lyn is grateful, but gets wind of the rumors about Zeke and Summer, who can't handle her grandmother initially believing those.
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Zeke is preparing to move to London next week. The Ramsay boys are stunned to see the girls' demure calendar is just a Fifties style recipes collection. Toadie wins a silly bet, so Jade must be his slave for a day, voluntarily joined by Sonya. His girls are baffled to hear their grandmother just died, so they must either tell the truth or deny Callum, whom she raised, his last goodbye from her.
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Detective Mark Brennan is puzzled as to why Kate and Sophie are so critical towards him, yet accommodates by offering to admit some imperfection. Sonya tries to allow Callum, who bitterly remembers his absentee mother, to attend his great-grandmother's funeral.
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Andrew tirelessly makes unwilling Tasha behave like a responsible expecting mother, yet manages to give it a good feeling, especially during a teenage mothers yoga class he booked the for at the school. Callum has decided to go looking for his hated mother, and Toadie helps him. After some conscience-questioning, Sonya sabotages their best bet, helped by Jade.
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Andrew accepts Tasha's insanely expensive baby junk list, worth his life savings. He hopes to pay for it with a dream job, but lets her talk him in to withdrawing his application because it would mean leaving her alone with the baby regularly. Although demoted back to bellhop when Paul ends his sabbatical semester, Declan first calms down Rebecca who bitches back whenever Paul hurts them professionally, but resigns after a few clever sneers at her address.
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Paul's revenge now targets Michael a school principal. After canceling the catering contract with Lassiter's, Paul calls Education official David Whitaker. Andrew arranges a petition and a student walkout to make Michael look generally hated. Lucas offers to put up Declan, but being unable to offer a shower himself convinces the Ramsays to take him in for a while. Mark's attempt to watch and help Lucas is misunderstood. Tasha is furious when Michael takes in Rebecca and India.
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Andrew remains firmly against adulteress Rebecca and her partner Michael, despite Tasha. Paul's insensitive attitude however makes him throw back the menial hotel job he had to ask for repeatedly. Zeke finds packing for London remarkably hard as half the street expects him to bring souvenirs etcetera. Mark learns from Sony that Lucas can only be helped if he feels it's his own choices. Mark ultimately persuades Kate to invite Lucas back. Declan panics as Paul seems able to sabotage all his rent and job applications.
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Desperate, Declan called in the cavalry: big brother Oliver visits with wife and baby from Portugal. Paul isn't too impressed, in fact Oliver suggest they all move with him, even Michael, Andrew, Tash and their baby. Michael however refuses and Rebecca won't come without him. Callum soon regrets volunteering himself and Toadie as guinea-pigs for Jade's 'bootcamp' gym program. To Sonya's astonishment, they even receive a fake letter from Callum's aunt, suggesting she lost his ma's trail, actually written by Jade.
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Oliver convinces Michael that Rebecca's wish to stay is not actually best for her. Paul refuses to grant her an easy divorce even if she claims no fortune. Michael now convinces her to go with her family to 'safe' Portugal. Paul considers that a surprising loss, but isn't listened to. Given a promise of honesty, Mark dreads having to answer Kate's question how many girls he already had. Lucas cues him nine as 'perfect', but Jade told her that's that's just a classical lie. Luckily the lower truth does the trick. Rebecca leaves a letter for Susan.
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The Napier exodus leaves Paul and Michael bitter, vowing revenge on each-other. Only Andrew stands by Paul, worried he may withdraw from public lief at all. Lucas manages to draw Michael to a mates night. Susan must threaten to do it herself to get Kate's promise she'll confess her false testimony to the police.
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Andrew is deeply disappointed that Paul didn't tell him Rebecca was the one who pushed him from the roof, but considers that may have been too painful. Mark remains a perfect gentleman when Kate confesses her false testimony, but her breech of trust and sanctimonious attitude wreck the relationship he gave up the career-promising case for. Summer makes sure all pupils learn about Tasha's supposed pregnancy. Still, the liar manages to limit the social damage, even blackmails her way out of being expelled from the Mathletes.
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Andrew surprises Tasha by booking an ultrasound and refuses to accept any excuses, assisted by Summer to prove them medically nonsensical. Toadie spells out Kate's fate depends entirely on the magistrate who will hear her case, without a jury, and can immediately pass sentence; as she has spontaneously confessed, possibly a serious jail term.
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Michael allows Tasha to see the gynecologist alone. Andrew would also be fooled by the fake ultrasound pictures she bought, but Summer finds proof to expose Tash's whole pregnancy is a cruel fraud. Selfish Kate is let off by the judge with a fine and conditional jail term. She acts as if Mark were long forgotten and lets man-eater Jade take her along, seducing two unsuspecting men into paying all night without any reward or consideration.
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Now Tasha's fake pregnancy has been exposed, nobody can stand her, even Michael needs physical distance. Andrew seeks comfort with Paul and Summer, who still leans on Chris. Mark sees trough Kate and instigator Jade's efforts to wipe a message from his voice-mail, yet deletes the love-declaration unread himself.
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Now Tasha's fake pregnancy is common knowledge, Macca's school bully band takes the Mickey out of the exposed slut. Andrew is stunned that Summer, although the are also ridiculed, sort of sympathizes with Tash, and claims getting back with him isn't possible. Mike remains utterly distressed on account of Tash, who gets punished, and his suspension as principal. David Whitaker agrees to reconsider the last after Susan shows that Andrew arranged the petition, which most school kids don't actually stand by.
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Andrew gets desperate and furious when Summer turns down him and even a horror movies gift. Paul's advice never to seem desperate is grimly discarded on account of his own marital record. Andrew finally tells Sumer he agrees they stand no chance given their past, just when she was ready to make up after advice from Chris. Callum is extremely moody, even wreck a coffee-table. Finding a vintage cuddly monkey toy in a second hand-job triggers childhood memories during nightmares.
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Detective Mark Brennan and Jade get along well, being no-nonsense types, but are far from amused when Kate dares act and even scold jealously as if Mark hadn't had to dump the sanctimonious liar. Sonya fails to prevent Callum seeing Karl about his nightmares for hypnotic therapy, which arouses more childhood memories.
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Andrew impresses Paul so much by the way he works out a partnership with more experienced Tomas Bersky to organize a big party that Lassiters acts as investor. However Tomas expects to make most profit from illegal 'fringe services', while Mark offers to assure ample police supervision. Lucas lets Sophie force him to asks unamused mark in the gym if Kate still stands a chance and Jade insists to tell the dumpee, who indeed takes it badly.
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Andrew is delighted when Summer offers to help with his party for free, but can't allow her to get involved. Tomas makes Andrew 'dump' her so he can try courting her again, but she turns Tomas down. Karl sneaks upon Susan in the shower, only to find equally naked and embarrassed Lyn in there, a story that soon gets out and Toadie enjoys stirring animosity.
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Hunk Kyle's perfect body is exactly what Jade needs to motivate potential clients for her as personal trainer. Lucas, who looks down on the 'meat parade', hears them negotiate a percentage and demands a shot at the girls-magnet job. because of an incident, Lucas is offered the job, but hearing how badly kyle needs the money tells Jade to pass it on. Andrew is delighted with interest in his party tickets. Chris refuses to be criticized by Summer for offering friendly comfort to Tasha, who resorts in vain to bribery when her humiliation culminates again when even the Mathletes exclude her.
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Chris gets Summer and Tash, who both crave his friendship, to stop plotting each another, but they bicker on whenever he turns his back. Just before the results are counted, Jade makes a promise in case the women sold less calendars then the men: 24 hours of silence. Karl & Co's triumph is however short-lived, as Callum, who seeks the doc's help with his memory while denying his nightmares continue, betrays his own cheating.
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Having lost their shed, the men are miserable, desperate to get it back and blame Karl fully. The girls are so disgusted by its sticky state that they want to return the shed, but Susan insists to trick Karl instead into humiliating himself publicly, cross-dressing. Rascal Callum left a letter for Toadie explaining he's searching for his mother. Sophie came with him to grandmother's desolate country house, following a memory trail to the village market, but fails to prevent him climbing and falling badly.
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Chris is not amused when first Tash pushes him to seek a gay date and makes a blind date behind his back with a plumber, next Summer tries to top that with a fellow electrician, but their bickering drives him away. After consulting Karl about amnesia, scamp Callum leaves a note for Taodie and takes Sophie along to rekindle his memory at his grandmother's desolate country home. A memory flash leads them to the local market, where his careless climbing ends badly.
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Callum has been hospitalized and is expected to recover completely. Sonya' volunteering a donor already arose suspicion, so Callum is believed when he wakes up and denounces her as his mother, who abandoned him as a baby. Toadie is furious and orders her out of their lives, despite suggestions to take some time to digest the staggering discovery.
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Desperate for cash to pay his overdue rent, Kyle begs till Jade hands him one picky lady gym customer to 'seduce'. Detective Mark Brennan refusing to cut Kyle any slack with parking, Tasha needing a shoulder to cry on and Libby bugging him about a place to change make him hopelessly late. Finally he changes in his car, but is seen 'indecently exposed', which Andrew even posts on Internet, while Brennan arrests and fines the poor knave, who ends up fired as gym seducer. Sonya moves out to Lucas's without a fight, while Toadie fears Callum will chose his birth-mother over him.
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Kyle is desperate to pay his overdue rent, whatever job he has to take. Mark's jealous sneering only encourages Kate to hire him as waiter at Harold's, even pay some extra despite a rather 'eventous' first day. Mike thanks Kyle for helping Tash, but his sales pitch fails and orders get mixed-up, coffees badly served. Andrew's sales go well, but after Mark gives a safety speech at school Paul offers security from Lassiters, which Tomas cancels and replaces with cahoots at Andrew's at expense to safeguard his illegal 'sales'.
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Andrew is obviously not his his cool self, but dares not backtrack on partner Tomas's party drug dealing. Only Tasha realizes what's up when she breaks her 'perpetual grounding' to attend the party. Michael is furious at her latest disobedience but believes her and calls the police. The Kennedys invite depressed Toadie for a cheer up-dinner, but it's disturbed by hints at Sonya, Karl's brutal help with Lyn's packing and Libby's vegetarian relapse.
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Kyle watches Jade's exercise-warm-up wreck Kate's favorite heirloom chair and offer to repair it. He's ignored while she fails to find a professional carpenter, but doe sit anyhow and brilliantly, so Lucas and his house-mates suggest Kyle should consider starting a repair business. Paul assumes a hostile attitude when Mark warns Andrew not to try protecting Tomas, who risks charges anyhow. Andrew gathers the courage to tell Paul everything, and that he dared not disappoint him, then is ordered to make a 'spontaeous' truthful statement instantly. Michael reads Tash the riot-act for sneaking out to the party.
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Paul still stands by Andrew now he confessed the truth, but Summer acts meaner. Chris gets her and desperate outcast Tash, initially both grudgingly, to form a study group with him and actually start making up. While Toadie is prepared to keep Sonya away at all cost, Callum seeks advice from no-nonsense Paul. So he goes ask her directly to explain about abandoning him.
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Kyle eagerly earns $50 when Karl's back disables him from moving the Scullys into their new home. Charlie's pet lizard got loose, but Kyle brilliantly lures it with fresh-caught snails. Toadie and Sonya each try to spare and reassure but also secure Callum, yet still disregard advice from Lucas to make up, which Jade turns into a custody battle threat against Sonya' expressed will.
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Detective Mark Brennan can't hide he wants Kate back. Kyle volunteers to make him jealous. As Lucas warned, Jade counsels reluctant Kate a vicious hard to get attitude. Incompetent teacher Libby ignores Susan's remark, the theory she now adheres amounts to Mike's practice which she always fights, then causes verbal bulling between Dennis and 'sissy daddy's boy' Callum to escalate into a brawl, for which suspension is appropriate. the procedure to call in a parent results in a hurtful confrontation between Toadie and Sonya.
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Both Andrew, who to Paul's delight decided to concentrate on his future, and Chris's study group attend an Eden university literature seminar. Brilliant Andrew impresses the teacher, Emily Martin, who may well be romantically interested. Chris attempts to reconcile them all, but Andrew graciously declines, correctly estimating Summer, stirred by Tasha's constant sneers, is in a murderous mood. Afterward, she admits to Chris still to have strong 'but pointless' feelings for Andrew. Tidiness-obsessed Marc, whose home is being fumigated, has moved in with utter slob Toadie. Lucas painstakingly prevents a breakup. Toadie meanwhile literally his nightmares of loosing Callum to Sonya and reassures the knave he's not to blame.
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When Mike allows Tash a 'good behavior pass' to try mending her social status, Chris acts again as the glue to get Summer to allow a common bedroom makeover attempt, but Tash's blatant insisting on pictures of Andrew leads to bitter marching orders again. Toadie mans up to show Callum the things his late great-grandmother left from their country past, but can't explain what they mean. He tries to get jade to explain rather then Sonya, but her (pretended?) ignorance about grandpa's war medals brings Sonya in after all. However the piggy-bank she broke when leaving Callum turns his mood from enchanted to bitterly hostile.
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Brennan finally asks Kate again, albeit merely for coffee, but cancels last minute, to help out Toadie distracting Callum by taking the bothersome but enthusiastic knave along to the precinct, actually an eye-opener for the scamp. Kyle, who openly told her he too often practiced Brennan's back-up girl logic, seizes his chance to take stood-up Kate on a date.
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Kyle makes Kate's date great, yet remains a perfect gentleman and even consoles her over Brennan's cancellation. Mark however acts as if Kate had cheated on him, so even Jade concludes Kyle is the better boyfriend. Well-meaning Susan, who misses people at home to mother, unintentionally ruins Lynn's first day in her new home.
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Kyle does everything right at a picnic with Kate, only to see her run home wining she's not ready to date a man who actually cares for her. Despite warnings at home, Paul's masterly manipulation gets Libby to give him the benefit of the doubt and sign a contract to make Lassiter's the school caterer again.
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Chris insists, convincingly enough even for Michael, that Tash can only end her social leper status, painfully illustrated by the school only non-invitation on Facebook for a party, by sincerely trying to reconcile wiling Andrew and evasive Summer. Paul uses Libby's naive support to get admitted to the school council. Even when she finally realizes he's mainly after revenge for loosing Rebecca, she's tempted with a shot at the principal's job to make up for her completely failed private life.
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Chris manages to motivate Tash reconciling Andrew and Summer is her ticket back to social life and gets Paul to give Andrew the evening off to attend Lisa's party. Alas, there Summer's vindictive wining drives Andrew to openly kiss the flirtatious host. Fickle Libby again makes a fool of herself with bad her parents, embarrassed how much they pay for her, and with Paul, suddenly swearing she'll become principal without joining his scheme against Michael.
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Kyle makes another attempt, pressed by Jade, to keep Kate away from Brennan. So the detective is really hostile when Kyle is forced to report uniformed constable Wes Holland, who by threats and physical abuse extorts 'protection money' from Lou's used cars firm just now Kyle has organized a sales campaign at his own expense. Andrew accepts to continue the charade with Lisa, which makes Summer so hostile that Chris now wants to give up the hopeless mediation attempt, but not Tash.
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Kyle is desperate enough, having been disbelieved by Brennan, to promise cash when dirty constable Wes Holland doubles his extortion demand. Luckily a nearby security camera convinces Brennan, although it isn't legal proof, but the exchange provides it. Lucas pleads in Callum's interest for a reconciliation with Sonya, but Toadie's blind hostility forces him to choose here side.
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Kyle has made up with Marc. Kyle eagerly accepts the chores at Lynn's which Karl threatened to mess up. Thus finding out there's a spare room, handyman Kyle resolves to render himself 'indispensible', so as to be accepted as lodger. Lyn isn't interested, until she realizes the boyish gentle giant is just the 'big brother' handful Charlie needs. Callum's sneaking proves he remains interested in Sonya, especially as a link to his family heritage.
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Kyle starts his trial month, to Charlie's intense joy. Summer however seems to hostile, claiming he distracts her from schoolwork, that Lyn offers to throw him out. In fact she's rather jealous of Andrew now being with Lisa, as Kyle openly points out. Charlie can keep his big-brotherly playmate. Callum is shown the papers of Sonya's conviction for a fight with Jade, who convinces him not to hold that against his reformed mother. Sonya however has to promise she won't relapse in her gambling addiction, so she rejoins Lucas's anonymous group.
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Detective Mark Brennan has finally made friends with Kyle, but his own cop colleagues, including the boss, now bully him for 'telling on' the dirty constable, and even let the air out of his car tires. Brennan vents some anger on Kate, has a late pool and darts night in the pub and thus rolls into a 'quickie' with Jade. Toadie finally accepts that Callum needs to see Sonya freely, so they make up.
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Brennan feels guilty towards Kate about his 'infidelity' with Jade, who only says it was meaningless, until discussing a movie shows Katie's intransigence. Karl 'accidentally' reads Libby's absurdly ambitious five years plan and convinces her rather to concentrate on one goal, notably becoming Mike's assistant principal as step-stone to a principal's post. To that end she supports his proposal, which she loads as much as Paul, to abolish school uniforms. Mike however won't consider promoting such an unreliable, often absent failed year coordinator.
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Michael's policy to abandon school uniforms is carried through despite Paul's opposition in the school board. Ambitious, fickle Libby manages again to antagonize everyone. She even abuses her position against a boy who teases Sophie with her unfashionable outfit. Kate ignores that, so she asks makeover help from Lisa, attracting derisory comments from jealous Tash.
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Andrew and Chris try to control Lisa's vs. Tash's blatant hostility, but the butter rivalry spreads to the Mathletes club. In a foolish dare, Lisa loses, as Andrew warned, the captaincy to Tash, but Andrew, whom they really want, breaks up with both of them. Toadie is finally ready to resume his friendship with Sonya, encouraged by Callum.
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Kyle is confident enough in his natural charm, attracting girls literally without trying and even without grooming, to accept a 'wingman' dare from Jade, which he wins spectacularly. Harold is generally welcomed warmly. Actually Toadie asked him to 'mediate' between him and Sonya, but doesn't like his advice to make up.
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Kyle glows after his hot date and cheerfully shows jealous Jade some dating angles, even during pool, so she pretends ti be seducing herself. Harold warns Toadie not to stop seeking happiness just because he got hurt a few times. Afghanistan veteran captain Troy Miller arrives in town, looking for Sonya. Callum needs cheering up, by carting, after Sonya admits she can't guarantee never to relapse in drinking.
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Andrew and Chris can't prevent Summer and Tash having another row over the school uniforms ban when Tasha starts 'fashion-rating'. Mike forbids Summer to wear her uniform again. Paul naturally ignores sanctimonious Libby's claim the policy will fail without any help and publishes a front page article. Captain Troy get confirmation Callum is his son and accidentally sees Harold talk to him. Toadie gets Sonya to ask Troy to keep away, at last for now.
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Andrew gets Chris and others to continue the uniform protest which instigator Summer was ready to abandon at Mike's orders. After a fashion rating incident with Tash, Michael follows snake Libby's advice to back and still punish Summer with suspension, while Libby is offered a shot at vice-principal. Kate can't afford to pay for new clothes, so Sophie seeks a job but is turned down as too young for everything except babysitting. An emergency makes Lyn accept to give her a trial minding Charlie, but the devilkin escapes.
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The whole street looks for missing Charlie, Brennan even mobilizes policemen. He's finally found and returned home by Kyle, the only one the little imp still seems to trust, but furious as Lynn, who won't even consider professional counseling, which everyone suggests. Paul rages at Lynn for flippantly blaming Sophie and obtains apologies. It soon turns out the root problem is mother Steph's absence even on mother's day. Karl is getting suspicious of Libby's secrecy, presents a 'suitable' potential date, Dr. Jonathan Swan, but to stop his 'meddling' she pretends being back with Lucas.
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Chris and Summer make a school video. They agree to cast Tash, initially opposite Kyle, but Chris gets Summer to replace him with Andrew, rekindling their old affair during 'practice' kissing' clearly enough to render Tasha jealous. Troy bumps into Callum but remains anonymous, yet he and Sonya are verbally abused absurdly by Toadie, who actually led the officer to them.
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Andrew decides to act as if he doesn't mind when Summer tells him Lyn decides to move out of town to Bendigo, where Steph has been transferred to a light security prison, so Charlie can visit her frequently. Chris insists Andrew and Summer should admit being in love again and try to fight the move. Considering Troy a threat to his adoptive paternity, Toadie hastily plans to take Callum on family visit to his country home town Colak, but Sonya gets wind of it and tells Callum his real father is in town.
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Kyle in the new primary tenant of Lyn's home, so he urgently selects house-mates. Mark Brennan actually invites himself, and Kyle is no good at turning him down, even only tries after learning he had a one-night stand behind Kate's back with her house-mate Jade, whose noisy efforts to keep it quiet precisely betray it, unleashing Kate's jealous fury with marching orders. Supported only by even lonelier Paul, Andrew keeps ignoring mates' advice to admit he still loves Summer, who ultimately even stops directing the zombie video he stars in, jealously.
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After Mark's one night stand with Jade is revealed, Kate rages blindly against both although she dumped Mark. Kyle's efforts of mediation seem fruitless, except for Jade's appreciation, but in the end Kate admits she essentially punishes herself worst. Karl milks Libby's boyfriend Lucas as he suspects what she already to Susan: the affair is fake, and he cleverly manages to make her confess.
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Kyle earned Jade's gratitude, but her jealousy takes over he asks her advice on how to win Kate. Luckily he instinctively refrains from grabbing her 'like a real man', yet after making jade admit the evil ploy he forgives the shameless schemer. Captain Troy Miller and Callum clearly enjoy getting acquainted, yet insecure Toadie can't stick to Sonya's advice to give them space, he even barges in to snatch the kid away with an obvious lie.
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Now the Scullys are packing to move out of town, Chris is desperate to get Andrew to admit he still loves Summer and hopes she'll stay, so he organizes a goodbye video. Andrew refuses to contribute, supposedly too busy with school papers, but is lured 'for the zombie film'. Summer however claims she's not interested to watch the video. Captain Troy Miller gets to see Callum, before Toadie takes him camping in his country home town Colton, and impresses with a demonstration of Spartan, adventurous camping military style, which clearly appeals enough to plan their own trip.
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Kyle turns down reliable but dull, scarily clean Mark as applicant-house mate, hoping to share the rent with buddy Honga, Jade and a rich third mate, but he cancels. Harold discloses to Toadie that he has a girlfriend, Carolyn. Karl's welcoming attitude towards Troy isn't shared by Susan. Harold sees Sony kiss Troy but is rebuked for suggesting she should wait a little longer to patch up with Toadie.
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Even Chris ceases his best efforts, helped by Tash and unwittingly Paul, to make Andrew and Summer admit still being in love at the Scully farewell party. However the next morning, when she's already in the car, Andrew stops it and obtains her firm resolution to stay for his sake, without even asking Lyn. Harold is delighted with his fiancée Carolyn Johnstone's surprise visit, but their apparent meddling in Toadie, Sonya and Troy's triangle is far from appreciated.
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Andrew's belated love declaration decides Summer to stay for him, never mind Lynn's family reunion plans. Karl wasn't even consulted but agrees with Susan's offer to take Summer in. Brennan's search for a new home is getting as desperate as his hope to win Kate back. A few questions prove to Michael Libby's motivation to become vice-principal is selfish ambition, to equal her parents, not educational vocation. Seeing his coaching canceled, she flees 'to visit Ben'.
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Without a third house-mate, rent is steep for Kyle and Jade, so they try a Spartan budget lifestyle, inspired by Mike's nostalgic stories about his great time in a male-only students house. After Kate meanly refuses a family lunch with Paul, Callum inspires Sophie, who wants an iPod, to be grateful for anything she can get form her only rich relative, but Sophie's clumsy secrecy is discovered so both turn on her. Brennan decides to keep a close eye on Kate from as close as possible, and Jade accepts him as house-mate against Kyle's wishes.
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Kyle and his new house-mates and Kate try to bond by holding a barbecue picnic in the park, but the weather and technical trouble aren't the worst spoilsports. Callum gets on great with Troy and Sonya again, but is startled seeing them kiss. Despite good advice from Harold, who confesses having seen them before, Toadie doesn't try to win Sony back but tells her to choose Troy.
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The house-mates divide chores: compulsively neat Brennan cleans, Jade claims gardening just because it's the man's job, so unexperienced Kyle is left with cooking. The Canning family gourmet dinner is absurdly punished with extra chores when found out not his handiwork. Harold tunes down Toadie's ambitious wedding planning and Lou's bachelor party to appease his fiancée Carolyn Johnstone. Troy grips a pressure point to stop Harold's meddling in his affair with Sonya.
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Basketball captain Chris never made a fuss about his homophobic teammates changing the training times maliciously, but when Tash scolds ringleader Adam 'Millsy' Miller, that makes everything much worse, so Chris is furious at her. Harold's story about Troy 'man-handling' his pressure points and Callum sneaking in Troy's trunk to accompany him to a cool army course against Toadie's expressed wishes, on a school-day, lead to Toadie turning on both Troy and Sonya, which precisely drives them closer.
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Gentleman Chris puts aside his anger at Tash in view of her faked sickness, but Andrew immediately sees trough it and warns Chris, who soon realizes she only used him as an alibi for a mysterious nightly activity. In fact she partied on campus with frat boy Ivan DeMarco, who doesn't even mind her being a minor, probably resulting in a hangover. Both Kennedy hosts reassure Sumer she's not in danger of overstaying or otherwise compromising her welcome status.
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Chris gets confirmation of Andrew's theory when Michael mentions Tasha supposedly having spent the night at Chrs's place, yet decides against ratting. Andrew works out she must have something with Ivan and warns her fakes IDs are always found out. Brennan suffers abuse from his colleagues for turning in Kyle's extortionist and fears it will get worse if Paul prints the story. Karl is tricked by Susan, coaxed by Summer, so Susan tels how to play her husband best.
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Kyle and Jade agree, only because Kate is expected to join in, to Mark's board game suggestion in celebration of Paul not having printed his bell-ringer story. Lucas tries in vain to reunite Sonya and Toadie at Harold and Carolyn's small wedding.
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Convinced by Chris that he should show support for nervous Summer during the exams, Andrew showers her with gifts, but is hurt when she shows little appreciation and supposes an ulterior motive. Learning Taodue kissed Sonya again, Troy looses his self-control and knocks down his paternal rival' in front of Callum. Sonya now break up with Troy, Jade taunts him spitefully.
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Paul approves Andrew's idea to boost PiraNet's profitability by launching a publicity campaign starring a sexy she-pirate, despite Zeke's doubts and feminist Summer's objections. Andrew gets to hold auditions, with Lucas as photographer, assisted by Harry, and satisfactory results. Only afterward Andrew learns the winner is his new school-principal Michael Williams's daughter Natahss, and she lied about being of age. Naomi outsmarts Donna again, who now eats humble pie, fearing to lose Ringo's friendship.
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Andrew discovered Nathasha's age-lie too late to correct Paul's Piratesnet campaign before father Michael formally complains, which is legally dubious given her release form. She weasels out by lying to gullible dad as if Andrew tricked her, but Paul stands by his son and files a damages claim, even though the Williams family are his new neighbors. Doug warns Karl his relaxed patient care isn't compatible with hospital quota. Libby tricks Doug into a surprise-double dinner with her parents, which only adds to the aggravation.
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Libby instantly regrets her promise to Karl to dump Doug and lets him kiss up but chickens out of telling the home front. Declan, Lou and the Ramsay kids are commandeered to Rebecca's mothers day picnic. Harry brings along Summer, who usually broods over her late ma. Lynn's bothering exhausts Steph's patience and is 'offered' on a dating site.
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Paul and Natasha's pa, Michael Williams, who enters a counter-claim against Andrew's hiring procedure neglect, head for a lawsuit neither pigheaded party can afford. Andrew finds a brilliant compromise: the posters are printed-over so as to appear decent. Harry and Summer discover Lynn's Internet-date is Lou and hire actors to scare both parties off, which succeeds, yet feel guilty too.
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After a kiss from Summer, Harry is ecstatic, while Andrew works of his frustration on the punching ball. Both follow advice to tell her how they feel. The blokes clubhouse looses its HQ furniture as the owner sells it. Lou is prepared to find cash for new stuff, but wants to decide what. Lucas, Zeke and Declan accepts a dare who raises most, loose despite a project with Donna, who shamelessly robs most of the profits, yet sort of outvote Lou on most pieces.
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Harry is devastated when Summer dumps him and Andrew for rivaling over her 'like a prize'. Andrew tells her she can blame him but not poor Harry, who deserves better and is her dream-prince. Libby however blamed the boys without even asking for their story and pairs her up with Chris Pappas for an assignment. Naomi bales out f joining the gang at the movies and arranges for Ringo to 'rescue' her again in the hot-tub. Karl realizes she's lying but Ringo refuses to listen to his warning she's become unhealthily dependent on him, or worse. Principal Michael Williams invites kids to make proposals and openly discuss pros and contras with him, even involve parents.
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Ringo realizes Karl must be right about Naomi's psychotic dependency on him when he accidentally discovers she has his stolen paramedic ID. He gets her to agree they should concentrate on their studies, but in fact she starts spying on him. Paul is looking for new income, either by cross-fertilizing Lassiters with his media branches or bidding for Michael's school catering contract trough Charlie's, for which Paul manages to scare off the competition, except Lynn because her bid is made