Terese discovers Imogen’s sports bag, which contains her secret stash of junk food. Shocked by the evidence of Imogen’s problem, Terese tracks her down but Imogen has just finished an epic food binge and she’s distraught. Terese holds her in her arms, promising Imogen they will get through this together.
Mason is convinced Marty must somehow be involved in the hit and run on Robbo. He demands to hear her version of events and Amber confides what happened that night. Later, when Paul and Mason confront Marty, he denies any involvement. He threatens if they tip the cops off, he will spin the story so that Paul is implicated. Despite this, Mason anonymously tips Lucas off about Marty’s identity. When Lucas tells Paul about this, a furious Paul knows Mason is behind it. He confronts Mason and threatens that if Marty brings him down – Mason’s going down with him.
Susan’s disappointed she’s been forced to rent out the old radio station and while venting to Kate about the issue, Jack Lassiter approaches. When Jack questions what’s happened to the Erinsborough Newspaper, Susan explains it was forced to shut down and the same is happening with the student radio station. Jack offers to invest in the radio station to get it up and running again.