The Coffee Shop
Mike and Scott come in and Des is forced to introduce them to Warrick. He then takes Warrick back to his office to save him from his fans!
When they've gone, Scott and Mike laugh at Charlene for being so excited about the cheerleading. Jane says she doesn't really want to do the cheerleading, but Charlene takes her off to work out a routine. Daphne tells Scott and Mike that they've got a lot to learn about women and they shouldn't have mocked them!
Helen is ringing around trying to get people to sign up for the Neighbourhood Watch scheme. Susan comes in and says Mrs.Kirkwood wants to join too. She comments that there are so many nice people in Erinsborough, they don't deserve to be burgled.
Paul says that Erinsborough could be improved by a supermarket, but Helen can't see the connection with Neighbourhood Watch. Helen says that people aren't as lethargic as Paul thinks - they will fight to protect their homes.
Paul has come to see Des about the supermarket proposal. Des says that LSL has bought up land behind Ramsay Street and he's a bit worried about the noise from the traffic if they build a supermarket. Paul doesn't tell him the real story and asks Des to keep the deal confidential.
Susan answers the phone to Rosemary, who is calling for Helen. Helen isn't there, but Paul comes back from the bank at that moment and takes the call. They chat about the deal and Paul says he hasn't told Jim or Helen yet. He says he's waiting for the right moment. Rosemary instructs him to tell Helen immediately.
The COffee Shop
Helen is signing Daphne up for Neighbourhood Watch. She then sits down with Susan who tells her that she's quite a dynamo with all she gets done! Helen is pleased that Neighbourhood Watch is starting to take off. They get around to chatting about how fantastic Clive is. Susan says that Clive really should be married. Helen says he needs to find the right girl, and if he did he'd even take on a child as well. Susan sees what she's getting at but says Little Sam is the only man in her life and she intends to keep it that way.
Charlene has borrowed a tape so she and Jane can put a routine together. Jane still isn't keen, but reluctantly starts to practise the routine with Charlene. Scott and Mike see them practising and come over to mock them.
The Coffee Shop
Paul comes in to find Susan. He sits with her at the table to have a coffee. He says he wants to get to know Susan a bit better, so she tells him about her family a bit. She says she's enjoying the job with Paul and Paul asks her to consider her position to be permanent. Susan is very pleased.
At the counter, Mike and Scott are working on their song. Scott says he's definitely going to get in touch with Brian Hanson, but Mike says that maybe they should concentrate on their HSCs. He also thinks they should stop mocking Jane and Charlene about the cheerleading.
Daphne is signing a cheque. Des seems distracted. He asks Daphne if she'd have married him if he was a footballer like Warrick, but Daphne says she prefers him as a bank manager!
Just then Charlene and Jane come in to see Des. They asks him if Warrick has arranged their audition for the cheerleading. Des says that Warrick is a busy man, but Daphne says that if Warrick really is a good mate, Des should ask Warrick to get on with it! Des reluctantly goes off to phone him!
Later at The Bank
Charlene and Jane are waiting for Des to come back. Jane still isn't sure about doing cheerleading so close to the HSC. Des comes back and says Charlene and Jane will just have to apply like everyone else - Warrick can't show favouritism.
Helen is still trying to drum up support for Neighbourhood Watch.
Susan comes in and asks Paul why he's scribbled "LSL" on his bank statements. Paul says vaguely that they invest in property.
The Coffee Shop
Charlene is still raving on about cheerleading. Scott comes in and mocks her again, so she and Jane walk out.
Paul is trying to get up the courage to tell Helen about LSL. Eventually he tells her about the supermarket deal. He emphasises what a good deal it is, then lightly says that some houses may have to be sold. Helen realises the implications and is appalled. She shouts at Paul that their house is not just a house, but a home. She starts to call Rosemary, but Paul tells her that Rosemary already knows - she's the one who set the whole deal up.