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Episode Summaries > 2009 > Episode 5672
Written by Michaeley O'Brien, Directed by Adrian Holmes, Produced by Neal Kingston

Channel Ten: 21/04/09 Five: 23/06/09

Recap
Guy Sykes walking across the bottom of Ramsay Street. scaring Callum enough to run back into his house
Callum and Toadie watching a horror movie - Callum thinks he sees Guy Sykes!
Callum admitting to Toadie that he saw Guy at the bottom of Ramsay Street and he's been having visions of him
Callum locking the door of number 30 when Sykes appears - inside the house!


No 30 - Living Room: Toadie tells Guy that they don't have his cash so are no use to them. Guy disagrees as it was Callum that found his cash. Toadie tries to make Guy believe that Libby and Dan are in the next room - Guy tells him he knows they're not, he watched them leave. Toadie tells him to walk away and they'll forget about it, Guy says he can't because of the people he owes the money to. Toadie says that he'll get his cash but can't do that until the banks open. Guy decides to settle down for the night, much to Toadie's dismay.

No 28 - Dining Area: Susan, Libby, Steph, Didge, Dec, Sunny and Zeke all help clear up the dinner table after Susan has fed them all. In the kitchen area Steph and Libby help Susan and Steph asks Libby why she didn't go after the teaching job. Libby explains that she'd rather spend more time with Ben. Dan enters the room and starts talking about Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolfe? and about the play. Dan tells Sunny and Zeke that they have got the lead roles. Zeke says he has to go out - Sunny is disappointed she has to spend the whole play with Zeke. Didge tells everyone to stop moaning and she and Zeke leave.

No 26 - Kitchen: Dec and Didge walk in, Didge deliberately pets and talks to Jake to avoid talking to Dec who's wondering why Didge is so upset. Didge says it's because she's feeling left out about the play. She starts to cry so Dec comforts her and says that she can take on other parts in the play - behind-the-scenes.

No 30 - Living Room: Sitting beside Bob on the couch, Callum is worried that Bob is scared so Toadie reassures him everything will be ok. Toadie clearly doesn't want Guy staying there all night so announces that Callum has to go to bed. Guy is insistent he doesn't saying that he wants a good old catch-up. Just then there is the sound of voices and laughter from outside - it's Libby, Dan and Ben returned from their meal. Guy says they can't come in so Toadie goes to the front door telling them they'll have to sleep elsewhere tonight as Callum has a stomach bug and is being sick. Ben doesn't believe what he's saying. Libby notices Toadie's sweating so Toadie tells them he must be coming down with it too. Ben suggests that they go back to Susan's house so he can play on the computer. Toadie shuts the door on them. Outside Ben, Dan and Libby leave to go back to Susan's but Dan has realised that something is not right and is clearly worried. Back inside, Guy sarcastically applaudes Toadie's performance.

No 28 - Living Room: Dan is trying to call Toadie and is even more worried when his friend doesn't answer.

No 30: Toadie is watching his mobile ringing on the table wishing he could pick it up. Guy tells him not to even think of that, takes the phone from him and puts the phone where Toadie can't reach it.

PirateNet Studio: Lost Boy is in the studio ranting about bullies and mentions the word "guy" a lot.

No 28 - Living Room: Dan and Libby are listening to Lost Boy's show and Dan picks up on the fact "guy" is being mentioned quite a lot. He starts to think that Guy might be holding Toadie and Callum hostage. Libby isn't so sure but Dan thinks they should call the police.

No 30 - Living Room: Guy has found Toadie's laptop and opens it to find it tuned into PirateNet. Guy wonders what the hell it is!

No 28 - Dining Table: Sunny and Ringo are alsio listening in to PirateNet sharing a pair of headphones between them.

PirateNet Studio: Lost Boy is ranting about all the losers in the world and gives them hypothetically the name "Guy". He's basically calling them lowlifes and having a very good rant about every one of them.

No 30 - Living Room: Listening in to Lost Boy, Toadie seems to realise that the Lost Boy in some way knows or at least knows of Guy Sykes. He tries to convince Guy that Lost Boy is being hypothetical but Guy isn't so sure. There is a knock at the door, it's the police! Guy tells Toadie to get rid of them or to say goodbye to "mini-me". Toadie answers the door, the police officer asks him if he's seen any sign of Guy Sykes to which Toadie replies no. The police officer examines the property but doesn't find anything.

No 28 - Living Room: Dan opens the door to the police officer who comes in carrying some of their clothes that Toadie asked to be delivered. The Policewoman tells Dan and Libby Toadie is insistent there has been no sign of Guy Sykes.

No 30 - Living Room: Guy and Callum sit back down on the couch beside Toadie and Bob. Guy gives a sinister chuckle and Toadie is looking nervous.

No 26 - Kitchen: Dec is making Didge french toast and tea for breakfast. Didge says she will expect this service every day when he moves back in. Dec is overjoyed to be asked to move back in and they kiss.

Ramsay Street: The curtains twitch at number 30 just as Libby comes out of number 28 for the paper. Looking over at number 30 Libby is quick to realise this as the curtains twitch a second time. She thinks this is odd.

No 30 - Living Room: Guy wakes Toadie and Callum, Toadie wants Callum to be left to sleep as he's been up most of the night but Guy doesn't want this saying he has no sympathy as he's been up all night. Guy is keen to get away. Toadie starts to make moves to get to the bank to get Guy his money and tells Callum to put his shoes on. Guy says he doesn't want Callum to go as he wants "mini-me" to stay at number 30 as insurance. Callum is not keen on this, Toadie wants them to go together but Guy says this isn't a deal as he thinks Toadie will head straight to the cop shop.

Ramsay Street: Zeke approaches and finding Libby outside wonders why she's there so early. Libby starts to tell him all that's been happening at number 30.

No 30 - Living Room/Front Garden: Callum is begging Toadie not to go and leave him with Guy on his own, Toadie is trying to explain that there really is no other way. Guy is trying to hurry Toadie to get his cash when there is a knock at the front door. This time it's Zeke. Guy warns Toadie and Callum to say nothing. Zeke continues to knock the front door. He tries to see through the window but can't see anything so he calls. Zeke can hear Toadie's mobile ringing so knows he's inside. Eventually Toadie answers his mobile after he persuades Guy to hand back the phone. Toadie explains that Callum is sick and has chickenpox. Zeke realises somethings wrong as he told the others Callum had a stomach bug. Toadie makes his excuses and hangs up the phone before handing it back to Guy. Meanwhile, outside Zeke has realised that something is very wrong. As a worried Zeke heads away from the house, the curtains twitch again. Guy is watching him whilst Callum and Toadie are sitting on the sofa. On the front lawn Zeke picks up his rucksack before giving the house one final worried look and walks off still worried. Inside number 30, Toadie eyes up his cricket bat that's lying opposite the sofa but before he gets to it Guy returns to the sofa.

No 28 - Front Garden: Zeke is heading up the path just as Dan and Libby are heading out. Zeke tells Dan he was right to call the cops - Guy Sykes is in there. Zeke tells them that Toadie said that Callum had the chicken pox whilst others were told it was a stomach bug. Libby points out though that this doesn't mean anything but Zeke is insistent that he heard someone else in there and it's Guy. Dan wants to head right over there but Libby says they should call the police and Zeke backs her up. Dan wonders if they'll believe them again, Zeke says they will have to.

Ramsay Street: Ringo looks nervously at number 30 and asks Zeke if he's sure about everything that's happening. Zeke tells him he is and mentions that Dan is calling the Police. Sunny joins them wondering what is happening. Ringo suggests that if Guy is as dangerous as everyone says he is shouldn't they all be inside? Zeke says he wants to keep an eye on the house, make sure Guy doesn't escape.

No 30 - Living Room: Toadie is insistent that he doesn't want to leave Callum. Guy says this isn't up for negotiation and not to talk to any neighbours.

Ramsay Street: Sunny is trying to peer in through the window of number 30 - Zeke warns her off. Steph runs over to ask if it's true that Callum and Toadie are hostages, when Zeke confirms it is Steph seems to be reminded of her ordeal. Susan and Libby run outside number 28, Susan tells everyone to get inside. Ringo says that they're trapping Guy in number 30 until the police arrive. Susan refuses to let this happen and ushers everyone inside number 28. Libby thinks it's a good idea everyone standing outside as Guy is less likely to escape from the house but Susan then reminds her that Toadie was shot last time. Susan asks if the kids are ok, Steph says they're with Rebecca. Susan ushers everyone inside, everyone agrees apart from Zeke and Steph who want to watch number 30.

No 30 - Living Room: The wail of cop sirens can be heard in the distance. Toadie tries to convince Guy to give himself up, Guy refuses to do this. Toadie tries to keep Callum calm.

Ramsay Street: Susan, Steph, Libby, Zeke and the Police are outside. The Police try contacting Toadie on his mobile but there is no answer. Susan asks what the next step is, the policewoman replies that they wait but they will keep trying to make contact.

No 30 - Living Room: Toadie is trying in vain to get Guy to turn himself in saying if they take Callum, the police will chase him. Guy is determined not to go back to prison. Toadie again eyes up the cricket bat.

Ramsay Street: Susan, Steph, Libby, Zeke and the Police are still waiting outside. The policewoman is advising everyone that this is a very volatile situation. Steph continues to try to get them to act quicker. Just then Toadie shouts "Callum, Run!" and the front door opens, Callum running down the front steps as fast as his legs can carry him. He runs over to the crowd and into the arms of Steph. He is clearly still scared and is almost hypreventilating. Just then there is a noise sounding like a shot ringing out from number 30. Callum screams "Dad!"

No 30 - Living Room: Toadie has managed to wrestle Guy to the floor and the police barge in to arrest Guy. Callum and Steph enter the property to make sure Toadie's ok. The police insist no-one else enters. Guy smiles and says "nothing personal, just business" before the cops lead him away. The policewoman tells Toadie that he and Callum will go to the hospital to get checked out. Steph, Toadie and Callum look around the living room, survey the mess that's been caused. Callum leaves, he wants to watch Guy getting taken to prison. Steph and Toadie hug each other before Steph also leaves.

Ramsay Street: The police car pulls away. just as Steph and Toadie come out to greet Zeke and Susan. Toadie thanks Zeke for working it all out, Zeke says that Dan and Libby need to take most of the credit for this. Callum is already inside number 28 with Dan and Libby so everyone turns to enter number 28. Just as they do Elle and Lucas come over looking for a story. Zeke blocks their entry to the house saying they're to blame for this. Lucas persuades Elle to leave it. Once they've left Zeke heads off for a walk on his own looking lost.

Regular Cast Credits

Featured Regular Characters: Elle Robinson, Susan Kennedy, Zeke Kinski, Ringo Brown, Libby Kennedy-Fitzgerald, Ben Kirk, Stephanie Scully, Daniel Fitzgerald, Lucas Fitzgerald, Toadfish Rebecchi, Callum Jones, Bridget Parker and Declan Napier

Guest Cast: Hany Lee as Sunny Lee, Elise Dickinson as Senior Sergeant Belinda Caskey, Fletcher Humphrys as Guy Sykes

Summary by Louise