Des and Mike's
Des is explaining to Henry and Scott that the poker game (see previous episode for details) they're going to play is going to be as fair as possible. Charlene, Madge, Jim and Dan arrive. Dan hands over the playing cards to Des who inspects them and gives them to Henry and Scott who also check. Jim explains that Paul won't be over as he's swamped with paperwork, although Dan thinks it's because he can't bare to see a Ramsay beat a Robinson. They sit down to start the game. Henry wins the first round with three nines, compared to Scott's two pair. Dan isn't feeling well so goes into the living room to sit down.
Helen walks into the office and asks if she can go home as it's been a bit of a full on day. Paul and Gail agree that she can go. Gail thinks that Helen should be the one that gets employee of the month based on the work she's been doing for them lately. Helen asks to see the short-list, which Gail gets for her. Gail thinks that Henry should be on the list instead of Karl Banks, although Paul thinks that Karl is a harder worker than Henry. Gail argues that she has more direct contact with the employees that he does. After a while the mixed up salary letters fiasco is brought up. Gail thinks that Paul is just jealous that she was able to fix the situation on her own, without any help. Helen attempts to butt it by telling them to get over it but they continue. Paul wants Gail to remember that he's the boss and she's the assistant. An angry Gail decides that she's going to get a lift with Helen, and storms off.
Des and Mike's
The second game is well underway with Scott winning with a full house (three queens and two tens) against Henry's three sevens. So the next game is the decider. Scott says that he can't wait to start his petition to make the name of the street ‘Robinson Street'. Dan isn't happy with this however, and starts to shout at Scott and get more agitated. Soon enough, he's clutching his chest and coughing so walks over to the living room area. He picks up a jug of drink but is coughing so badly that he spills it over everyone's coats. Everyone, apart from Charlene goes over to inspect their coats. Dan apologises so everyone goes back to the table to finish the game. Henry is suspicious that Charlene switched the cards but Charlene says that she didn't because she's completely impartial, she's a Robinson and a Ramsay. The third game get's underway. Henry wins with two aces.
Madge and Harold's
A jubilant Henry and Dan walk into the house and see that Harold is asleep. Madge ushers Henry to stay quiet but Henry decides to wake Harold up and he thinks that Harold would want to know that they've won. Harold congratulates Henry on his win, but seems more relieved that the feuding will finally stop, although Dan thinks that the feuding is never going to end. Charlene asks Scott if he's OK. He says that he is, but he's tired so decides to go to bed. As he leaves Dan winks at Charlene.
Over in Scott and Charlene's bedroom, Scott is getting changed when Charlene walks is. Charlene announces that she has a confession to make, she switched the cards when Dan spilt the juice. Scott is shocked so Charlene defends herself saying that it would have broken her Grand-dad's heart if they'd lost, and he's a sick old man. Scott still doesn't understand why she's been cheated by his own wife. Charlene begs for him not to be angry because they'll be separated soon so Scott decides to forgive her. He wonders what the original hands were so Charlene gets them out of her coat pocket. Scott had a full house, but Henry had four jacks - just like Jack Ramsay! Scott decides that since he would have lost anyway, he'll forgive Charlene.
Madge and Harold's
The next morning in the kitchen Dan and Henry are still chuffed with themselves for winning the poker game. Charlene tells them to just leave it and anyway it's only luck from the cards. Dan and Henry continue though and describe it as being ‘fate'. Talk quickly turns to the impending move to Brisbane. Madge orders Dan to look after Charlene. Charlene doesn't want Madge to get too ‘mushy' otherwise she'll start crying too.
Jim and Beverly's
Jim and Helen are sitting down for breakfast discussing how much Dan and Henry were gloating about their win last night. Jim says that even if Scott had published the article he wouldn't have wanted the street to be changed to ‘Robinson Street'. He doesn't understand why everyone is taking it so seriously. Helen thinks it's because of Dan and his old man's pride. Scott comes in and asks where the kids are, apparently they've gone for a picnic with Emma. Helen tells Scott about Lucy's date, apparently Lucy thinks that he's a ‘spunk'. Scott mentions something about work with prompts Helen to realise that she's late, so she runs off. Scott tells Jim about the discussion he and Henry have been having, something about Willy.
Madge is asking Gail if she could have the lunchtime shift off today as she wants to say goodbye to her Dad. Gail reminds her that she'll have to speak to Paul, the boss, about it as she's only the assistant. Paul says that she can have it off. Just as Helen is arriving Paul is on his way to a meeting. He reminds Gail to get some quotes ready for Mrs. Mangel. Gail shouts at him, telling him that she shouldn't have to do that as she's only the assistant!
Jim is working on a car when Charlene comes over to ask if Mr. Lewis has had her indenture papers transferred yet. Jim thinks that he has. Jim asks about any job opportunities up in Brisbane to which Charlene replies that Mr. Lewis has rung up a few contacts for her and some of them sound promising. Jim says that he'll be sad to see her go and he's begun to look at her as a daughter. Charlene offers to let him come and visit any time he wants. They smile and get going to work.
Gail and Helen are talking about the poker game, saying that they're both glad that Henry won as Jim and Paul don't really care about it anyway. Gail thinks that Paul's more busy being angry with her to care about anything else. Helen thinks that the dispute between her and Paul has gotten way out of hand. Gail is still angry though because one minute Paul is reminding her that she's only an assistant and the next he's giving her executive responsibilities. Gail thinks that he's still angry with her because she was able to clear up the mixed-up-letters fiasco without him.
Scott and Charlene's bedroom
Charlene is getting herself dolled up when Dan comes in and comments on how wonderful she looks. Charlene thanks him for the house and says that she can't wait to get up there to so that he can show her around the house. Dan warns her that the house is far from perfect and requires quite a bit of work. Charlene is more than up for the challenge as her and Scott want to make it their own. Dan thanks Charlene for switching the cards, but Charlene says that she could have left the cards because Henry has four jacks! Henry comes in and announces that Dan's taxi is ready, so they best be off.
It turns out that the taxi hasn't arrived, Scott is going to take him to the airport in Willy the car, something that Charlene seems very pleased about. Jim shakes Dan's hands and asks if there are any hard feelings. Dan says there isn't, because they won - which prompts Madge to roll her eyes.
Paul is angry with Gail as she hasn't taken care of the quotes for Mrs. Mangel. Gail reminds him that she's only the assistant so it's his responsibility to get the quotes. Paul tells her to stop being so childish which angers Gail who storms off. Helen thinks that Paul should apologise to Gail otherwise the feud will go on forever. She knows that there is a lot of pressure with the IVF so she thinks that Paul should be the one to shake off his pride and apologise. Paul says that he'll only say he's sorry when Gail does.