Madge and Harold's
Scott and Charlene are still reeling from Madge's Dad's offer of a house in Brisbane. Both Scott and Charlene don't want to loose their jobs and query whether they'd be able to find jobs in Brisbane. Charlene is assured that she'd be able to find a job there quite easily, but it might be tougher for Scott so maybe he should look for something else, and anyway being a journalist isn't a job ‘for a real man'. Charlene, sensing that Scott has been offended changes the subject. Neither of them want to leave Erinsborough although they're really grateful for the offer. Charlene's Grandfather continues to entice them by pointing out that they wouldn't have a mortgage or have to pay any rent. He decides to go for a stroll to allow them more time to think about the offer, although they can't take too long, otherwise he's going to offer it to Charlene's cousin, Shane.
Jim and Beverly's
Lucy, upset about being stood up by Matt, comes in through the door. For some sort of explanation, she decides to ring up Matt. His Mum answers and at first thinks she is Diane - Matt's girlfriend. It gave her a real fright as she though Dian and Matt were at the cinema. Lucy explains how she knows Matt, and tells her that she didn't know he had a girlfriend. A mortified Lucy puts the phone down and lies down on the couch to have a cry.
Madge and Henry are discussing what to eat when Madge's Dad walks in. They all greet one another while Madge notices that he's a few hours early to what was already an unexpected trip. He says that he wanted to surprise everyone, something that doesn't go down too well with Madge who doesn't want him to make a habit of it. Dan (Madge's father) attempts to suppress Madge's pessimism about his trip and whether he's going to cause trouble for Scott and Charlene by reminding her that it was him that provided the 'gentle nudge' that made Harold and Madge tie the knot. Harold spots Dan and they both seem happy to see each other. Dan reveals that he's come to Erinsborough to offer a house to Scott and Charlene. Harold is astounded by his generosity while Madge seems suspicious, asking what 'the catch' is.
Jim and Beverly's
Todd and his friend discuss the party decorations that they've just bought. They both spot Lucy who gets up from the couch. They ask her how the date with Matt went, and whether he got her any flowers. Lucy, fibbing, tells them that the date was really romantic and that he wanted to buy her flowers but she asked him not to. Todd and his friend ask whether she's invited him to Todd's friend's party. Lucy, getting more upset, screams for them to leave her alone. She storms off to her bedroom, leaving Todd and his friend confused as to what they said.
Scott and Charlene's bedroom
Scott and Charlene are lying on the bed still discussing Dan's offer. Charlene jokes that they should just move the house all the way from Brisbane to Erinsborough. In all seriousness, Charlene thinks that they should seriously consider the offer of the house, they'd both miss their family but it would be great to have some distance between them as all they do is interfere. Charlene is up for the move, but Scott says that he needs more time to think about it, as it could be a big mistake.
Scott is telling Helen about Dan's offer. Helen is surprised that Scott is even considering moving up there, away from all of his family and friends. Helen thinks that Scott will be throwing away his career, but Scott says that he would rather throw away his job than his marriage. That comment from Scott leads Helen to believe that Charlene has been influencing Scott but Scott insists that the decisions rests on both of them. Scott tells Helen that their families have been interfering a lot lately, so they both feel that they need to get away. Helen reminds him that it's only because they all care. Scott asks if she and Jim could come over tonight to help them make their decision. Helen warns him that they'll hardly going to be unbiased, and if she knows Dan Ramsay, she and Jim will have a fight on their hands if they want Scott and Charlene to stay in Erinsborough.
Henry decides to go and see Scott and Charlene to find out if they've made a decision on the house yet. Dan queries Madge's pessimism on his offer so Madge explains that she really doesn't want Scott and Charlene to move to Brisbane, just so he can cause trouble by breaking up a Robinson and a Ramsay. Dan thinks that Madge is just jealous that he never offered her and Fred (I'm guessing that's Madge's ex-partner or husband) a house. An increasingly angry Madge storms out and tells Dan that he can pay for his own lunch.
Charlene is telling Jim about the offer, and adds that she's really up for it but Scott is still thinking about it. Charlene thinks that they've be crazy not to take up the offer, something that Jim reluctantly agrees to. Jim goes to work on a car while Henry arrives and starts laughing manically at some graffiti on the wall. Henry warns Charlene that Madge knows about Dan's offer and isn't happy. Charlene isn't surprised and is expecting her and Scott's family to try and stop them from moving. Henry assures Charlene that they have his support on the move.
Scott and Charlene's bedroom
Charlene is thinking about possible job opportunities in Brisbane. She thinks that she'll probably be able to get an apprenticeship. Scott seems more interested in the diary that Dan let him borrow. He starts reading out some of the entries, one of which describes a feud over a farm involving Sam Robinson. Before he can get to the conclusion, Scott and Charlene both look at each other worryingly.
Helen arrives wanting Jim to help her with some problems she's having with the car. Jim, however, has had a bad day which Helen senses is because of Scott and Charlene wanting to move to Brisbane. Helen thinks it might give them a fresh start but still wants them to stay, and is going to try and convince them tonight. Both Jim and Helen think that if they join forced with Madge and Harold they can try and stop Dan from convincing them to go.
Madge and Harold's
Dan is already trying to entice Scott and Charlene further, but Scott wants to wait until Jim and Helen arrive. Dan thinks that this should only be kept within the Ramsay's, something that Scott resents and is backed up by Madge who proudly presents herself as a Bishop. Dan is getting more agitated and worried so Charlene cracks a joke about Sam Robinsons revenge of acquiring land (something they'd read about in the diaries). Dan thinks it's a load of old ‘rubbish' but Scott thinks that the diaries might jog Jim's memory, as he was once told the stories of the Ramsay-Robinson feud.
Jim and Beverly's
Todd says goodbye to his friend when the phone rings. It's Matt, who wants to leave a message for Lucy, despite this; Todd calls out for Lucy to come to the phone. Matt wants to apologise for not being able to make lunch today, and tells Todd that he'll explain it all to Lucy another time. A jubilant Lucy comes along and picks up the phone, only to hear the dialing tone. Thinking it's all been a set-up from Todd, she starts to argue with him. Todd explains that he knows about Matt not making it to lunch, and wants to know why Lucy has been lying.
Madge and Harold
The Ramsay and Robinson gang are sitting down, waiting for Scott to come out. Scott finally comes out and apologises, he's just so fascinated by the diary. Jack Ramsay's story about how he acquired the land seems to particularly interest Scott. Dan thinks it's a load of nonsense though and doesn't want Scott to repeat it, so he snatches the diary out of Scott's hand. The others are interested in hearing it though, so Scott recites it from memory. Scott explains that both Sam and Jack were sick and tired over fighting for the land, so they challenged each other to a poker fight. Jack rigged the game though, and won the land. Madge says that it's all in the past so it should be forgotten, but Scott doesn't want to forget about it, as it means that Ramsay Street, should actually be named Robinson Street.