Hudson is taken in for questioning and reveals he didn’t go home the night of the hit and run – he went to talk to his old coach, Don. When his alibi checks out, the police only have a reconstructed note taken from Robbo’s pocket to go on. They discover the illegal gambling set-up at Robbo’s hideout. Matt pushes the idea that this is a gambling-related death to Detective Oakley, but Oakley feels Matt is too close and he’s taken off it. Later, he wonders if Amber knew of Robbo’s squat and when he discovers a cheque with Lucas’s signature on it, he remembers the reconstructed note and makes the connection.
Meanwhile, both Kyle and Lucas both reach the same conclusion independently – Lucas needs to come clean with the cops. He puts the money together, but it’s too late; Matt rocks up to the garage looking for Lucas and busts him with the cash.
Amber anguishes over the fact that Josh hasn’t responded to her heartfelt text and sends him an angry message.
When she still gets no response, she gives him an earful – only to learn that she’s been sending texts to her grandfather instead of Joshua, having keyed his number in wrong. The pair kiss and make up.