Henry is discovered under the table by Mrs Chubb. In the ensuing altercation, Bronwyn ends up leaving No.30 for good.
Madge is up late reading a quiz in a magazine when Henry comes in through the back door.
MADGE: Henry, what on earth are you doing here?
HENRY: This is where I live!
Madge says Henry has been spending so much time at Bronwyn's that she hardly recognised him! Just then, Bronwyn follows him in through the back door and they explain that she has left home. Madge agrees that she can stay the night.
Jim has brought presents for all of the family from his trip - from the airport gift shop! Nick has got a framed sketch by an American artist. Beverly has got an ornament that Jim's mother gave to him, apparently it's quite valuable. Beverly thinks she's seen one like it before.
Harold comes in late from his Scout Meeting and Madge enlists him to help her to finish her quiz. Harold goes into his room to get his diary but hears Bronwyn laughing and recoils in shock. Harold is not impressed with "immoral goings on" in his house and goes off to sort it out.
HAROLD:(knocking on Henry's door) HENRY!!!!
(A few minutes later)
Harold has dragged Henry and Bronwyn out of Henry's room, but Henry assures Harold that Bronwyn won't be sharing his room - she's going to sleep in the spare room. Harold still isn't happy though because of "temptation"(!)
HENRY: Tell you what, Harold-baby, I'll lock my door. Then if Bronwyn is overwhelmed with temptation in the middle of the night, I'll be alright!
When Henry and Bronwyn have gone to bed, Madge tells Harold to stop jumping to conclusions.
No.26, the following morning
Jim is wondering what to do about the ornament - he doesn't have any sentimental attachment to it, so he might sell it. He and Beverly make a lunch date. Beverly still thinks she's seen another similar ornament somewhere. She puts the ornament safely on the shelf.
Henry is enjoying the breakfast that Bronwyn has cooked and Madge advises her to give Henry lessons(!) Harold rolls his eyes and Madge tells him to stop being so archaic.
Malcolm is cooking breakfast and brooding a bit about Leanne. Des is getting ready to go to work. Malcolm tells him he'll try to win Scoop the Pool so he can get his own place - they need their own spaces to live in. Des says he can stay as long as he wants.
Beverly is home for lunch. She goes through the mail and sees there's a bill for Jim for his mother's medical expenses. He opens the envelope and is shocked to see that it's a bill for $120,000!
Jim has no idea where he can get the money - short of mortgaging the house. Beverly offers to sell her jewellery too. Jim picks up the ornament and says he'll take it to the valuers this afternoon. Both looks very worried.
Coffee Shop building site
Harold is cleaning up some wood shavings when Madge comes in. Harold is still upset about Henry and Bronwyn's living arrangements. Madge points out that it is the 20th Century and Bronwyn is sleeping in Charlene's room, quite morally!
Jim is packing up the ornament when Nick comes in. He reminds Jim about Katie's billy-cart. Jim says there'll be a strain on their resources for a while, so they'll all have to tighten their belts.
Beverly has been giving Malcolm's knee a check-up and it's getting better. Des is also there and they chat about Scoop the Pool. Beverly tells Des that they will be coming in to arrange a mortgage for the house as they have a big debt to pay.
Bronwyn asks Des if she can store her stuff at his place while she works out where she's going to live and Des agrees.
Bronwyn pops around to pick up her stuff, but Mrs Chubb is just coming out. She enquires where Bronwyn is going to live and she says at the Ramsays.
BRONWYN: Oh Aunt Edie, please, I don't want us to fight. Can we just forget about last night?
MRS CHUBB: You might be able to, I never shall. But...even if I can't forget, I...might be willing to overlook the whole disgraceful incident. Of course, I shall expect a full apology from you and your word of honour that you'll have nothing more to do with this...Ramsay ruffian.
BRONWYN: No deal. I love Henry. He loves me. I'm not going to stop seeing him.
MRS CHUBB: Then I wash my hands of you. I'm shocked, Bronwyn, deeply shocked. I was relying on you to set a good example to your sister while I was away. I'm beginning to understand why she's so irresponsible!
BRONWYN: And I'm beginning to understand why she doesn't want a bar of you. Oh, what's the use!
She goes into the house to get her stuff.
Jim has had the ornament valued at $8,000. But apparently if they had a pair, they would be worth £80,000 together! Beverly suddenly remembers where she's seen the other one.
BEVERLY: I know who has it!