Harold makes sure the gun is not loaded and Madge wants to know where it came from. Henry insists it came from Mrs. Mangel's garden.
HAROLD: Well it obviously isn't Mrs. Mangel's.
MADGE: Obviously. If the old bat was going to kill anyone she'd put arsenic in their tea, she wouldn't shoot them…”
Harold is convinced the gun must have been used for a crime, hence it was buried, and wants to take it to the police. Madge is concerned about Henry's criminal record and insists he take it back to Mrs. Mangel instead.
Paul suggests he and Gail give up on the IVF to avoid more disappointment. Gail says they would never know if the next time might have been successful. Paul says he could live with that, but Gail can't; she's not giving up now.
Beverly is on the phone to Hilary, telling her she can't come to visit Katie in Adelaide because she's got to go to New Zealand to present her paper at a conference. Jim has a chuckle remembering how she offended Mrs. Mangel by trying to interview her on the ageing process!
Bronwyn is trying to convince Jane to go cycling tomorrow. Mrs. Mangel says she would like to join them; after all, she beat “that Ramsay woman” in the race! There is a knock at the door and Bronwyn lets Henry in, holding the gun in a sack. Mrs. Mangel is indignant to learn that he was digging in her garden without permission and demands he hand over what he found. On opening the sack and finding the gun, Mrs. Mangel is horrified and complains about her heart. Bronwyn asks Henry to leave.
Henry believes Mrs. Mangel recognized the gun. Madge speculates that it could be Len's; Mrs. Mangel buried all his things in the garden after he left. Henry jokes that Len was a hitman for the mafia. Harold defends Mrs. Mangel. Henry suggests Harold drop in on her to see if she intends taking the gun to the police. Jim arrives to ask Henry to paint the fence at the workshop as soon as possible because the graffiti is causing him embarrassment. Henry says it will cost extra for him to do it on a Sunday! He asks Jim if he can bring help and Jim says yes, but Henry will have to pay them…
Henry has roped Mike into helping paint the fence without pay! Mike isn't pleased when Bronwyn arrives to help too. Mike has Jamie in the front of the car and Bronwyn says it's a good job he can't read the graffiti. Mike says Des knows Jamie is here, if that's what she's getting at! Bronwyn is still annoyed with Henry for upsetting Mrs. Mangel.
Harold arrives and asks how Mrs. Mangel is. She says she survived the night!
MRS. MANGEL: Oh don't bother trying to protect your wife, Mr. Bishop. I knew she put that boy up to it. She'd like nothing better than to see me hospitalized permanently!
Harold offers to take the gun to the police and Mrs. Mangel protests a little too much.
In their bedroom, Scott is looking at a picture of Charlene, sad about her leaving. Charlene comes in and says she hasn't gone yet! She tells Scott he has to ring her every night. Madge walks in on them kissing and Charlene says one good thing about having their own house will be not being barged in on!
Beverly comes home from seeing Gail and tells Jim it's ridiculous that while Gail wants a baby and can't have one, she wants a baby but is prevented by an unsupportive husband. She tells Jim she wants to resolve the issue once and for all.
Henry, Mike and Bronwyn have finished painting the fence. Mike asks Henry to put Jamie in the car so he can have a word with Bronwyn. He has noticed her leaving him to be responsible for Jamie today and apologises for hassling her about not having enough time with him. He invites her to come along for ice cream after they have seen Charlene off.
Charlene is packing her last things and Madge starts crying. Harold gives Charlene a cheque from him and Madge.
Jim finds Paul and Gail waiting to say goodbye to Charlene and says he's sorry the IVF didn't work out. Gail says given his attitude towards having a baby that seems a bit insincere! Jane and Mike arrive to say goodbye to Charlene. Charlene hugs everyone and says a tearful goodbye to Scott before driving away from Ramsay Street for good.
Mrs. Mangel jumps as Jane catches her taking the gun out from underneath the table in the hallway. Jane asks if it is Grandad's but Mrs. Mangel says he was never interested in firearms. Jane asks if it is Uncle Joe's and Mrs. Mangel snaps. She admits the gun is Joe's but tells Jane to stop pestering her.