Madge is crying and tells Harold that Mrs Mangel giving him a hard time is no reason to leave. Madge says they can find him somewhere else to live but Harold says its time for him to go. He says she must understand, as it was the same for her when she left Coffs Harbour. She says no; she and Fred were finished where as she and Harold have only just begun. Harold gives Madge his handkerchief and she asks him once again not to go as she will miss him so much. Harold says he will miss her too and says if Paul can find a suitable investment for him then he will stay, however he thinks it will be best for everyone if he just left.
Lucy is rollerblading and asks Henry why he's sitting outside. He tells she and Jane that he's giving Madge and Harold some time alone. Lucy goes to get some ice cream and Henry asks Jane how life is at the Robinsons. She tells him she likes living there but misses Mrs Mangel. Henry asks her to the movies but Jane says no. Henry tells her if she needs a friend to talk to then he will always be there for her. Lucy isn't paying attention to what she's doing and rollerblades straight into Mrs Mangel! Henry and Jane try to excuse what has happened but Mrs Mangel says she will be speaking to Jim about what happened. Jane asks Mrs Mangel why she has to be so horrible to everyone and Mrs Mangel replies that she is just retaliating after the way people have treated her.
Harold is making small talk about his possible move to Adelaide. Madge is still very upset even when he talks about her visiting him. Daphne arrives with Scott and Charlene's wedding photos. Harold leaves to see Des and Madge asks him to let her know what he decides.
Musical montage alert as Scott and Charlene horseride, walk in the forest and generally act like a young couple in love. Bless their little hearts.
Des is falling asleep and Daphne says she won't get any sleep tonight as the baby is kicking. She says she's sick of staying up by herself and asks Des and Mike to join her for a game of monopoly. They are a tad reluctant.
Mike: Once Daph starts buying hotels we'll be up all night!
Jane catches Lucy having a midnight feast. Lucy is shocked to find Jane never snacks in the night. Lucy tells Jane that she, Scott and Julie used to have midnight feats and tell spooky stories. Lucy thinks no midnight feasts mean that Jane has had a deprived childhood.
The monopoly game is in full swing and Des is asleep. Daphne wakes him up for his turn and tells he and Mike they will have to get used to having no sleep as when they baby arrives they will be up most of the night.
Des and Mike are asleep on the sofa having not been to bed all night. Daphne thanks them for staying up with her and Des sends her to bed now that the baby has stopped kicking.
Madge is on the phone to Paul about a shift change. She tells Henry that Paul said he has definitely got the Lassiters contract as soon as he gets the lawnmower. Henry wants to invite Harold to lunch but Madge tells him to leave the situation alone as Harold has to make up his own mind.
Harold is trying to sneak out of the house but Mrs Mangel catches him and asks him why he isn't staying for breakfast. Harold tells her that he is fasting until lunchtime and apologises for mucking her around. When Harold tells her he won't be home for dinner either, Mrs Mangel wonders why he is avoiding her. Harold tells her she has been intolerable lately and has been inflicting all her misery on others. He warns her that if she continues this way she will end up very lonely.
Madge arrives home and tells Henry she didn't sign the hire form. The company ran a credit check, which brought up Fred's name and a string of unpaid loans. Madge is furious that Fred is still having a hold over her life and apologies to Henry for not being able to help. Henry tells Madge not to worry and promises he will get the money somehow. They are interrupted by a knock on the door. It is a social worker here on behalf of a young woman who is expecting Freds child.
Harold wants to talk to Paul about some new business ventures, but Jane tells him he is busy. She asks Harold how Mrs Mangel is and he tells her she is still a little touchy. Harold tells Jane not to feel guilty. He says Mrs Mangel has to see the error of her ways otherwise she will be walking over Jane for the rest of her life.
The social worker tells Madge and Henry that Fred promised to stand by the woman he got pregnant, however he broke his promise and hasn't been seen since. She found Madge and Henry via his bank records and apologises to Madge for any pain she has caused. Henry shows the woman out and says if Fred knows what's good for him he won't be in contact with them.
Madge tells Henry she feels sorry for the girl Fred has gotten pregnant and wishes they didn't have the stigma of the Mitchell name attached to them. Henry says at least they don't have to worry about Charlene, as she's a Robinson now. Madge has a light bulb moment and tells Henry he's a genius.
The Coffee Shop
Daphne gives Harold the wrong order and Des demands that she takes a break. Whilst Harold drinks his herbal tea Des and Daphne talk about their Coffee Shop dilemma; who will run the shop when the baby is born and Mike is at Uni? Daphne wants to get someone she knows and trusts and says she can't think of anyone who's free at the moment.
Mrs Mangels Driveway
Madge has come to see Harold but Mrs Mangel informs her he's not in. Madge leaves and Mrs Mangel enquires about the time she and Harold have been spending together. Mrs Mangel tells Madge she took advantage of her memory loss when she got her to cook steak for Harolds dinner and says if he moves out she will hold Madge entirely responsible. Madge tells her the fault will be hers as she's already alienated Jane and the rest of the neighbourhood. Mrs Mangel shouts at Madge to get off her property and Madge warns her that she won't let her terrorise her family in the way she did to Des and Daphne. Mrs Mangel makes a snide remark about the Mitchells and Madge corrects her; from now on it's the Ramsays. She and Henry have changed their name by deed poll and the Ramsays are back in Ramsay Street.