Katie is worried about Helen. Jim and Beverly arrive home with Helen who is hobbling on crutches. She has sprained her ankle. Katie says she's sorry and Jim goes into a rant. Helen tells them not to worry, as it's ok. Jim says the bike is going in the garage and it will stay there until Todd shows him he can act responsibly.
Henry is running around helping Madge and Harold clean up. Harold tells them about a church social that Reverend Sampson is organising. They talk about Mrs Mangel and her organ antics at the wedding. Henry is surprised that Harold is holding a grudge, but Harold says it's a matter of Madge's honour so he has to take it seriously.
Des tells Jane and Mike that he's decided to take Jamie to the Lassiters crèche. Jane offers to take Jamie tomorrow, as everyone else is busy.
Beverly tells Helen she can stay with them whilst her ankles hurt, as she won't be able to get around the flat. Helen thinks Todd has been punished enough and they decide to still have the party. Todd is happy and thanks Beverly.
Harold tears himself away from Madge and goes to work. Henry is complaining that David is taking ages in the shower. Henry tells her he feels in the way and feels like a gooseberry with Madge, Harold, Scott and Charlene. He tells her he may start looking for his own place.
Helen is on the phone to Paul – he needs a driver as two of the Home James staff have fallen sick. Helen asks Jim to do it and he reluctantly agrees. Todd thanks Jim for the birthday dinner and hopes he's not still mad at him. Jim says it will be all be forgotten when he's shown he's responsible. Todd says he has athletic tryouts after school, Beverly says his PE kit isn't ready and Helen says she'll sort it out.
Jane is hurrying Des out of the door but he doesn't want to leave Jamie. He and Mike are both nervous about leaving him at the crèche but Jane assures them Jamie will be fine. Mike tells Jane seeing her with Jamie makes him feel like they're an old married couple. Jane says it will be a long time before she's left at home with a baby.
Harold sees Jim in the drivers uniform and commends him on taking the job. Jim bumps into an old colleague who expresses his disappointment that Jim has dropped out of the engineering business. Jim is not happy to have to drive them around.
The Coffee Shop
Todd is getting grief from a fellow student who says he won't get into the athletics team. Todd goes to hit him and the milkshake goes all over the boys lap. He gets up, fires milkshake from his straw and it hits Harold. Harold thinks it was Todd and tells him that he and his mates are banned from The Coffee Shop. Todd tells Harold he's fed up with being picked on by him.
Harold is telling Madge about the incident with Todd. He says he is sick of Todd and his hooligan behaviour. Madge tells Harold that Henry is thinking of leaving home. Harold says he wants the kids to stay, as they are part of the family. Henry arrives and Harold says he shouldn't move out. Henry says they deserve some time alone but Harold disagrees and says as his children are not around he has come to regard Henry and Charlene as his children. Henry is thrilled and calls Harold ‘Dad'. They both start laughing but I'm not sure Harold gets the joke.
Helen and Beverly wonder if Jim could do the driving job full time. Todd and Katie arrive home and Todd collects his PE kit. Katie tells Helen she feels awful about her ankle but Helen says it's ok. Beverly is called out on an emergency and is unable to take Todd to the athletic try out. She tells Todd to take his bike instead and assures Todd that Jim will be fine with it.
Jim arrives home and Harold tells him about Todd. He says he needs disciplining. Jim tells him Todd is already under punishment and isn't allowed to use his new bike at the moment. At that moment Todd whizzes down the street on his bike leaving Jim and Harold at loggerheads.
Jim arrives and Beverly tries to explain about the bike. He won't listen to her a word she says and goes off in a rant at her. He says he feels undermined by her. She says she is an adult and can make decisions too and she will not be spoken to like this again. She tells him if he wants their marriage to last he'd better change his attitude.