Alf exits Clive's house, taking off his gloves and gets into his car. He starts it up and reverses straight over the wheelbarrow, smashing it. Vicky comes out of the house and looks at it sadly.
The Coffee Shop
Eileen is lecturing some schoolkids on their manners until they leave in exasperation. Mike tells Eileen that she's being too hard on the kids, but Eileen says she's just maintaining standards(!) Mike tells her that she's losing customers.
Clive comes in and Mike tries to get him to spend some more time at the Coffee Shop. But Clive is too loved up to notice anything is wrong!
At that moment Des and Daphne come in and Eileen starts rowing them taking off and leaving a note! Clive tells Des and Daphne about the Tacky Tours, then takes Louise off for another one(!)
Daphne thanks Eileen for helping out at the Coffee Shop while they've been away.
Clive and Louise are chatting and Louise says that Clive doesn't have to keep trying to impress her. Louise is worried that Clive has rushed into things with her because she reminds him of Linda. But Clive thinks they can help each other to heal from the hurt they've experienced. They agree that they can be happy together.
Vicky is sitting in fright at the side of the road. Kate comes up and Vicky runs to her. She hugs her mother tightly.
The Coffee Shop
Scott is telling Mike that Madge has given he and Charlene his blessing. Some schoolkids come in and tell Eileen that they're thinking of doing an article for the school paper on the Coffee Shop. The boy is hostile and says he's going to put the Coffee Shop out of business. He tells Eileen she's going to be very sorry for the way she's treated the kids. Scott and Mike look worried.
Helen tells Lucy that she should make up with Vicky after their row that afternoon. Paul is sorting out the post. Lucy has received a postcard from Jim and a letter from Bradley. The card from Jim says he won't be home for a couple more weeks. Lucy says she wishes she could go to America.
Vicky is sitting looking very troubled. Kate asks if she's feeling ill and sits down with her. She thinks Vicky is upset about the wheelbarrow. Vicky asks Kate if she can sleep with her and Dad - she's frightened.
At the desk, Graham gets out his stamp album and sees something is wrong. Graham asks Vicky if she's opened his draw but she insists that noone has. Vicky begs to sleep with Kate and Graham, and they agree, but just this once.
A bloke comes up and asks Alf quietly if he got the stamp album, but he says that he couldn't. But he thinks that there's a lot of easy pickings still in Erinsborough and he has people's trust.
At a table, Clive is trying to subtley entice Louise into bed (but using Neighbours-speak of course). Louise says she's not ready to get serious, but agrees to a bit of fun anyway!
The Coffee Shop
Eileen tells Mike not to tell Daphne about the school newspaper boy because she's still on honeymoon and she doesn't want her to be upset.
Helen asks if the school newspaper boy is serious. Scott says that the boy is a serial protester for causes, so he might make quite a few waves.
Paul has been talking to Lucy about making up with Vicky. Helen says that Paul enjoys playing father. Paul tells Scott off about the roster (yet again!!). Helen tries to reason with Paul, but he's not having it. Scott storms off.
Graham and Kate are watching a comedy when Vicky comes in in her pyjamas. She begs them to come to bed and they look worried. Vicky covers by telling them that she's homesick and wants to go back to the country.
The Coffee Shop, the following morning
Eileen is fussing over breakfast, much to Daphne's displeasure. Daphne asks if everything is OK at the Coffee Shop and Eileen says that it is.
Graham and Kate are worried about Vicky. Kate goes to call Clive and tells Graham that his bed hasn't been slept in(!)
Daphne is insisting on going to the Coffee Shop and Eileen is trying to stop her.
Outside the Coffee Shop
A dozen kids have gathered with placards saying things like "Boycott Daphne's"(!) Daphne is horrified to se this. She gets out of the car to find out what's going on. Daphne shouts at Eileen for seeing off her customers - enough to send the whole business down the drain.
Graham and Kate are pashing at the kitchen table (yuk!) when they hear Vicky scream. She tells them that she dreamed that a man killed both of them.