Andrew finally resolves to do the right thing and secretly books himself in for extensive medical tests to determine how to best manage his epilepsy. A supportive Tash works to keep Paul off the scent, but she unintentionally pushes him back to Andrew when he wants to share a congratulatory drink with his hard-working son. Andrew is reminded of what he's risking and chooses to stay with Paul, abandoning the idea of doing the overnight tests.
Tash tries to convince him to either leave or tell Paul the truth, but fearing what he stands to lose, Andrew refuses. However, a concerned Tash won't let it go and the pressure mounts on Andrew to the point where he has a fit in front of his father. Regaining consciousness, Andrew tries to cover the incident but Paul pushes him to admit he's got epilepsy.
Meanwhile, it's the day of the Open Mic Night and Chris still hasn't got any better at playing guitar. Despite Sophie's reluctance, he talks up his fear of embarrassment and manages to get her on stage with him. Sophie enjoys the performance, and thinking he's succeeded in rekindling her love of music, Chris reveals that he's actually been able to play all along. However, Sophie is angry, feeling like she has been manipulated. Chris fears she'll give up music forever, but when he later spots her playing on her own, he's glad to have finally helped her get past her issues.
Elsewhere, troubled by reminders of Jade at Number 26, Kyle seeks solace in boy time with Toadie and Connor. However, when Jade calls for Sonya and Kyle's mood is brought down again, Toadie encourages Kyle to start a House of Trouser of his own.
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