Tracy has published her own book about her time in care. Unfortunately, she used Cam's credit card to do that and must now pay her back. Elsewhere at the Dumping Ground, Mike and Gina find they need another care worker.
Having got stuck on what to write for her column, Tracy decides to write about Toby and how he believes he is jinxed with bad luck. This does not go down well with Toby when he learns Tracy has written about him.
After fixing Jeff, Tracy sees a box with stolen goods in Sapphire's bedroom and believes she has been shoplifting. Elsewhere, Liam and Frank come across Gus's collection of notebooks and see that he's written something that will land them in trouble.
When Lily is brought back to the Dumping Ground without her sisters, Tracy resolves to reunite them. Can she do this while getting Gus to his orchestra audition on time? Elsewhere, Tee hides a sheep in the Dumping Ground.
Toby wins a free family holiday over the phone. Now all he has to do is pretend in front of the company representative that he and the other young people are a proper family, as opposed to residents in a care home.
Tracy is offered a job as a journalist in London, but to get it she must write an article about children in care. On learning that she will be leaving her job as a carer, however, the kids refuse to help her.