Robbo steps up his threat to Mason by posting the video of Amber on the internet saying he'll make it live if Mason doesn't pay him before he goes to court. Mason goes to Paul for a loan but Paul wants to play things his own way and orders Marty to step up the investigation of Robbo – but Mason enlists Chris and Josh to help him find the money another way.
When Chris tells Amber what's going on she is devastated and takes matters into her own hands and sets up a rendezvous with Robbo.
Lucas loses a substantial amount of money gambling and Sonya senses something's wrong. Vanessa's stress is escalated by the financial pressure and considers leaving the hospital to return to work. Lucas insists he will sort things out and Robbo tempts Lucas into another poker game.
After losing more money at the game, Lucas is desperate and seems ready to do something drastic.
When Robbo is involved in a car accident he is left fighting for his life in hospital. Imogen's car is found abandoned and damaged by Toadie and Mason, Amber and Imogen all suspect each other but vow never to speak of it again. With Robbo having made so many enemies on Ramsay Street for himself, the big question is – Whodunnit?
Lou has decided to get back on the dating horse – if Sheila liked him then why won't other women? Bailey and Mason catch him going through his old black book but with many of his former contacts pushing up daisies, Lou takes off for the Community Centre to find some fresh opportunities.
Brad tries to motivate a troubled Joshua as the state swimming trials loom but with Joshua complaining of a cold he may not be able to compete. Brad dismisses this as nerves but will Joshua turn up and is it really just a cold that's bothering him?
The 'Dads of Erinsborough' exhibition opens prompting some heart-warming moments. Terese and Brad take the chance to reconnect with Imogen but will they scratch the surface with the issue Susan thinks are troubling her? Matt is moved by Bailey's entry to the exhibition and he feels appreciated and loved. Toadie's much longed for respect is undermined by Callum's entry.