Madge and Harold's
Charlene still isn't opening the door up to Steve and reminds him that she loves her husband. Steve thinks that because he called her to moan about the letter he sent it means that they're meant for one another. He doesn't want Charlene to expect him to just go away and pretend the kiss between them never happened. Steve asks her. “Ask yourself one thing Charlene. Do you really love Scott? Or are you just being loyal to him?” He turns around a leaves, she closes the door and begins to cry.
Helen is doing the dishes and talking to Jim who is sitting down. They're both talking about Scott and Charlene until Todd comes in and says that Katie wants some Cocoa delivered to her room. Jim asks him to take the rust off of something from the ‘World famous Robinson camping stove'. Helen then begins to tell Todd about the camping trips they've taken in the past they all laugh about it especially Todd who describes it as ‘unreal'. Jim suggests that maybe they go camping next weekend, but Helen says that just he and Todd could go this weekend.
Harold and Madge's
Harold, Madge and Henry come in and discuss the film that Harold and Madge have just seen. They start talking about the bush and Henry says that he would rather stay in a five star hotel. Harold says that he has spend some of best nights of his life under the stars and that they should start teaching survival techniques in school. Harold thinks that Henry wouldn't last two days in the wilderness. Harold and Madge continue a conversation and Henry starts asking Charlene for some advice about how to mend a broken heart as he is beginning to think that it's not worth having a long lasting relationship when he could just be having some fun. Charlene doesn't seem best pleased and decides to go to bed leaving Madge and Harold to discuss why Charlene is looking down lately. They both think it's because Scott is away in Canberra.
Todd comes in and starts talking to Helen about camping and fishing. Helen tells him that he needs to plan a catch and not get too carried away. Jim comes in and says he still has a headache but that it's probably down to eye-strain. Helen tells him that he should go to the doctor because she thinks he might have the flu. She says that they best not go camping this weekend, much to Todd's disappointment.
Canberra – The institute
Pete is doing some running while Scott is interviewing (with a Dictaphone) Pete's trainer. Apparently they are in a better position to set up sporting events both here and internationally. Scott asks what Pete should be aiming for and the interviewer says that all athletes should be aiming for a personal best. Pete comes over and mentions that he is having trouble with one of his legs. His trainer tells him to get his gear off and get it checked out.
The Coffee Shop
Helen is telling Madge how Jim is down with the flu at the moment so she has decided to do some shopping and have a cup of tea while she's at it. She tells Harold and Madge about how Jim and Todd were going to go camping but she had to put her foot down because of Jim's flu. She suspects that Todd isn't very happy with her at the moment which Harold says is a shame. Madge suggests that Harold should take him but Harold says that it's ‘out of the question'. However Helen and Madge talk him round to taking Todd. Madge also suggests that Henry should go as well so Harold can show him what it is really like being in the bush.
Madge and Harold's
Charlene is sitting down doing some work when the phone rings. The caller reveals himself to be Steve, and he wants to meet her outside Lassiters as they need to talk. She reluctantly agrees. Henry comes in and asks who was on the phone. “Nobody. . . Jane.” She replies and walks away. Henry is suspicious that she might be lying.
A weird typically 80's sounding robot is talking and letting the humans know what is wrong with Pete's leg (I thought this was Neighbours, not Star Trek?) much to Scott's excitement. The computer reveals that there is no real problem but his training needs re-balancing. He'll need to start lifting some weights – which Pete is not at all happy with.
Charlene arrives to an already waiting Steve who is sitting on a park bench. She isn't sure if she wants to hear what has to say, but he reminds her that she turned up so she must want to. She tells him not to call or talk to him again as she's married but Steve just talks about the kiss they shared. He wants to do it again. . . so he leans in and pashes her but they are both none the wiser to the fact that Henry is watching them.
Madge and Harold's
Henry is sitting down when Charlene comes in and he questions her over what she has been doing. He lets her know that he saw everything, and he isn't happy about it. Charlene admits that there is something between her and Steve but she just can't help it. She thought they could make it work as a friendship but Henry reminds her that she is basically seeing another man behind her husband's back. Charlene asks him if he is going to tell Scott but Henry thinks that she should do that herself. They begin to shout at each other before Charlene starts crying prompting Henry to lock her into his arms. Madge comes in which makes Charlene run off into her bedroom. Madge says she wishes both of them would grow up and stop arguing! The conversation quickly changes as Madge begs Henry to go camping with Harold and Todd. Henry really doesn't want to go but after an ear-pulling from Madge he agrees to go.
Pete is swimming while Scott sits motionless. He is angry that Pete is swimming after what the training expert said but Pete isn't going to let a guy than has known his twenty-four hours tell him what to do. He believes that he is going to be at the peak of fitness on the day.
”Mr. Bishop!?” Todd exclaims. Helen is telling Todd that Harold is going to pick him up later on to take him camping along with Henry. Todd thinks he is going to have a ‘rotten' time but Jim asks him to make an effort and then he'll have a good time despite the fact that he and Harold have history full of disputes.
The Coffee Shop
Henry walks in looking excited as the prospect of going camping and tells Harold that he wants him to teach him a ‘thing or two' about camping and suggests taking some Soya beans which Harold thinks is a good idea so runs off to get some. Steve walks into the coffee shop to be confronted by a less than happy Henry. Henry warns him to “Stay away from Lennie otherwise he'll be conducting his love life from a hospital bed.” Steve retaliates and says that it's none of his business. Henry pushes him out of the coffee shop and slams the door.