Beverly relieves Todd and Emma from cleaning the kitchen so she and Jim can talk about having a baby. Jim is angry that Beverly has been discussing it with Gail.
Todd and Emma are discussing the party and how everyone was kissing. Emma hints that no- one has ever kissed her and Todd jumps up to get some drinks!
Helen arrives to find out how Mrs. Mangel is and Jane tells her she is having a lie down as she is upset. She tells Helen about the gun Henry dug up that belongs to her Uncle Joe. All she knows is that Joe left home after an argument and now nobody mentions him. Helen agrees to try and have a word with Mrs. Mangel.
Todd and Emma are playing cards and Todd puts his arm around her. Jim comes through to answer the doorbell and looks suspiciously at them. Henry is at the door, asking for his wages, and tells Emma that her mother has just arrived to pick her up. Todd walks Emma to the car.
HENRY: Ain't love grand, eh?
JIM: Yeah, then you grow up.
HENRY: You... you're not having problems are you? No, of course you're not.
Jim gives Henry his money for painting over the graffiti and jokes that he's starting to think he may be the culprit.
Helen and Mrs. Mangel have cups of tea and Helen tells her to let her know if she needs help with anything.
HELEN: And it's important not to worry about anything.
MRS MANGEL: That would be easier if the neighbours could mind their own business! Oh, not you of course!
Helen assumes she is talking about Henry and the gun. Mrs. Mangel is annoyed with Jane for spilling the beans, but agrees to tell them about Joe since they are concerned. She doesn't know where Joe is now. He left during an argument after she and Len found a gun and money in his room soon after an armed robbery. She buried the gun in the back garden. Helen tells her she needs to go to the police but Mrs. Mangel says the suspicion of Joe being a criminal is bad enough; she doesn't want to live with the fact.
Beverly and Todd are eating breakfast the next morning. Helen asks Beverly if she can check on Mrs. Mangel this morning. Beverly asks Todd why he is so quiet and he tells her that Emma keeps hinting for him to kiss her but he's never kissed a girl before. Jim walks in as Beverly talks about her first kiss. Jim boasts that he had so many girls lining up he doesn't know if he can remember which one was the first!
Mrs. Mangel tells Jane she thinks Eileen is taking advantage of Bronwyn's good nature. Jane is getting ready for work and tells Mrs. Mangel to take it easy today; all the chores are under control. Mrs. Mangel is glad she has a granddaughter to be thankful for, despite how her children turned out. Jane suggests she may be wrong about Uncle Joe and should go to the police, but Mrs. Mangel doesn't want it to become public knowledge.
MRS. MANGEL: Don't be silly child; people like Madge Bishop would never stop rubbing my nose in it!
Jim and Todd arrive at the workshop to find graffiti on the fence yet again!
Henry is sitting on a filing cabinet, moaning to Jane about being treated like a slave. Jane tells Henry she's found out the gun belongs to her Uncle Joe and asks him to help her track him down.
Todd and Emma are complaining about their homework being no fun. Emma comments on the couple kissing at another table having fun! Henry comes in and Todd tells him that the graffiti is back. Henry and Todd plan to try and catch the culprit tonight.
Beverly comes home and tells Helen that Mrs. Mangel is on the mend. She feels bad about abandoning Helen for two weeks to go to her conference in New Zealand. Helen tells her that Jim will miss her but Beverly thinks the space will do them good. Helen disagrees and convinces Beverly that the baby issue needs sorting out before she goes.
Henry is setting up a wire with a bell on the end. Jim is concerned about Todd being involved and asks Henry not to keep him up all night. He leaves them to it. Henry comments on Todd's relationship with Emma.
TODD: She wants me to kiss her.
HENRY: Oh, you're having more luck than I am!
Henry gives Todd advice on how to kiss.
Beverly has her suitcase ready to go. Jim arrives home to take her to the airport but Beverly wants to talk about having a baby because Helen doesn't think they should leave it up in the air.
JIM: Oh, so Helen's involved again too is she, as well as Gail? Perhaps I should enlist the help of Paul and Scott!
They argue, and Beverly tells Jim to think seriously about the effect his refusal to have a baby could have on their marriage.
Henry and Todd are dozing when the graffiti artist returns and sets off the bell. Henry leaps over the fence and catches him.