Madge wants to know what is going on. Henry lets go of David and says he and David were just talking. Madge apologises to David and tells him not to stick up for Henry. She asks for the truth but Henry doesn't want her to know. The phone rings and it's the Erinsborough News – Henry has won the dog kennel competition.
Jim arrives having been shopping for some new business shirts. He is a confident about an interview he has tomorrow. Jane interrupts and Paul tells her to have a quiet word with Mrs Mangel. He says she and Madge can't keep having slanging matches and if it doesn't stop she'll have to find a new job.
David tells Madge he doesn't go to pubs. She tells him that she is a bar manager and that the job is a very good one. Madge tells David she wants the to get to know each other and she wants David to regard Ramsay Street as his second home. Harold arrives and Madge takes his coat into the bedroom. He tells David he is very happy and thinks marrying Madge is the best thing he's ever done.
Mrs Mangels Backyard
Mrs Mangel and Henry are arguing. She thinks she should have the competition winnings. Henry says no as it was his hard work and craftsmanship that built the kennel. They agree to split the money 60-40 in Mrs Mangels favour. They make their way to the kennel and Henry is furious when he sees that Mrs Mangel hasn't put the fancy trimmings back on. She tells him she's given them away as Bouncer didn't like them. He says the whole point of the photographer coming out is to take a picture of Henry and the original kennel. The photographer arrives and appears to know Mrs Mangel. He says they can't give the prize money, as the kennel is not in its original condition.
Mrs Mangel and Henry continue to argue. They blame each other for losing the competition. Mrs Mangel tells Henry to get out and Jane asks how she knew the photographer. Mrs Mangel says she is a spirited member of the community and a well-known face. Jane isn't convinced and knows Mrs Mangel is keeping something from her.
Jim is making dinner. Helen is on her way to Paul and Gails for dinner. Helen says she's tired, as she's been looking after Jamie all day. Beverly thinks Des should get a nanny. Helen leaves and Beverly tells Jim she's glad he's back to his normal self again. He says he's feeling positive about the future and she wonders if he sees a baby in their future. He tells her to let him get himself sorted out before they talk about that.
Harold and David are playing monopoly and taking it very seriously. Henry is in the kitchen doing impressions of David when Madge walks in. She tells him to grow up and he leaves the kitchen in a strop. Madge apologises to David and tells Harold about what happened before. Madge goes into the bedroom and Harold asks David for an explanation. David admits he said some unkind things about Madge and tells him that somebody told him things that he shouldn't have believed. Harold realises it was Mrs Mangel and demands to know what she said.
Paul and Gails
Helen tells Paul that Jim is positive about his job interview tomorrow. Paul says he shouldn't get worked up about it and compares the situation to his and Gails and their wait for the IVF treatment. He tells Helen he thinks they are almost at the top of the list. She asks if she should call Gail down but he tells her to let her sleep for a few more minutes. They have a mother and toddler conference next week and Gail has been working hard on organising it. Paul tells Helen about Madge and Mrs Mangels row. They both think that Harold will work as a peacemaker and help them patch things up.
Harold tells Mrs Mangel he will not have her or anyone else say a bad word about Madge. She is his wife and he is very proud of her. Mrs Mangel says David just happened to be present when she was provoked into making a few innocent comments. Harold describes her behaviour as unchristian and Mrs Mangel is shocked! Harold tells her that until he and Madge receive a formal apology she can consider them no longer on speaking terms.
Jane is having breakfast as Mrs Mangel enters with the paper. Jane wants to know what she and Harold were arguing about. Mrs Mangel says it was a private matter and changes the subject to the Dear Georgette column. She reads out a letter from a young girl who wants to know if a motorbike riding boyfriend is suitable for her as he's been in trouble with the police. The young girl has been asked out by a very nice boy and wants to know if she should go out with him. Jane asks if that letter is really in the paper and Mrs Mangel says it is. The reply says the young girl should finish with her boyfriend and go out with the nice boy. Jane thinks Mrs Mangel is Georgette and says it fits with the extra money coming in and the photographer knowing who she was. Mrs Mangel denies it and says it's Jane's imagination.
Beverly tells Helen that once Jim gets the job they will be able to focus on having a baby. Beverly is overjoyed and Helen is pleased for her.
David apologises to Henry for being such a ‘ninny'. David takes off his glasses and asks David to ‘bop him one'. Henry laughs and says he doesn't want to hit him. He just got taken in by Mrs Mangel.
David runs over to Jane and apologises for the fact that Harold and Mrs Mangel aren't talking He hopes it won't stand in the way of them. Jane says she's really happy to be his friend but that's it. Even if she wasn't going out with Mike she couldn't go out with him, as he's not her type.
The phone rings and Beverly answers, it's for Jim. They stand by excitedly but Jim is told he didn't get the job.