- Douglas tells Helen that he's put in an offer on the cottage in the country.
- Harry asks Daphne to take over the Coffee Shop.
- Eileen apologises to Helen and congratulates her on her engagement to Douglas.
- Eileen tells Des that he could do worse than marry Daphne.
- Eileen tells Des that she's off on holiday to Hayman Island - the same place as George!
Scoot is chuffed with his new guitar. Jim tells Helen that she's been very generous to Scott. Also, he's found the required $58,000 for the cottage - a loan from his engineering company. After all, it's only for a couple of weeks until the sale of Douglas's house comes through. Helen doesn't want to borrow from family - she can't accept it, although she's very grateful for the offer.
When Helen has gone, Jim rings Douglas and asks him to come over.
Sarah is trying on a wig, but she quickly takes it off when Daphne comes in. Sarah is rather on edge and says she's fed up of Daphne and Terry thinking she's a dag. Daphne sees the wig and laughs, saying it looks like something her grandpa would wear for a comedy act(!)
Douglas has arrived. Jim says he needs Douglas's help to talk her into the loan. Helen is not impressed.
Helen and Douglas talk the offer over. Helen says it wouldn't be right - the money is vital to the company - what would happen if they couldn't pay it back.
HELEN: It doesn't feel right. It's too close, too personal.
Douglas offers to put the loan in his name, with his house as collateral.
Barbara comes round to see Terry. She doesn't want to open the door, but Barbara says she must talk to Terry urgently.
Jim's business partner Ross has arrived. Douglas and Helen have decided to accept their offer of a loan.
Terry wonders why Barbara wants to help her. Barbara reckons that she's seen Charles's true colours and wants to get out of the relationship. It's Lucy that brought her to her senses. Barbara asks for Terry's help, but Terry is very suspicious.
Sarah is in a bad mood, just for a change. She tells Daphne that she's seen a car outside Terry's place. Daphne runs out in panic.
Barbara is telling Terry a story about Charles treating her badly. She says maybe they could link up to beat Charles at his own game.
Daphne rushes in at that moment. She's appalled to see Barbara there. She says there's no way Barbara has split with Charles - she's parked Charles car outside! But Terry says she trusts Barbara and she'll explain things to Daphne.
DAPHNE: Well, congratulations. You've just bene conned by an expert!
Jim, Ross, Helen and Douglas are drinking a toast to celebrate the purchase of the cottage.
Daphne can't believe that Terry has fallen for Barbara's lies.
DAPHNE: You need a full-time nurse, Terry!
Daphne thinks it's part of a giant plot against them.
Robinsons, the following morning
Jim is advertising for a housekeeper. Helen gives him a long list of criteria. Jim suggests that Helen does the interviews, but Helen says she'll just keep a right of veto.
HELEN: It's funny. The place becomes a part of you after a while.
Terry comes in through the back door with a postcard from Paul.
Sarah asks Daphne if Terry is having an affair(!) Sarah isn't feeling well today and tells Daphne she's going to call in sick to work.
Jim gives Harry his advert for a housekeeper - "a widower with two children seeks housekeeper".
Charles calls Terry. He tells her his life is on the line, but Terry reckons he doesn't scare her anymore. Charles says that Barbara had a little accident last night - she shouldn't have taken his car out without asking. Charles threatens to tell Paul all about Terry's past. He reckons he's running out of time and patience.
Sarah arrives looking rather nervous.
Barbara calls round to see Terry. She says she stayed at a motel last night and Terry believes her. Terry reckons that she and Barbara have to stick together.
Terry comes in to see Daphne. She's in a good mood and tells Daphne that Barbara came over. She's going to give Barbara her support.
Jim, Helen and Douglas are hanging out and discussion renovations to the cottage. Jim says he'll paint and Terry will do the plumbing.
JIM: It's nice to be able to give you something at last. A small replayment for all you've done for us. And it comes from the heart.
Charles rings Terry and tells her that he's watching her.
CHARLES: I know every move you make.
She slams down the phone and starts to cry.
The phone rings again, but Terry doesn't answer it.
There's a knock at the door and it's Shane. Terry is so grateful she opens the door and flings herself into Shane's arms.