Henry runs after Bronwyn and protests his innocence. But Bronwyn isn't convinced and is rather unreasonable. Henry looks upset and starts to walk off home. He calls back that the reason they broke up in the first place was that he didn't trust her, and now she's doing the same to him.
Bronwyn comes in in a strop. She gives Des the letter to read and tells him that Henry sent it. Des doesn't believe it - poison pen letters just isn't Henry's style. Bronwyn gets a bit uncomfortable and realises Des is right - Henry isn't cruel or vicious.
Des is going back to work today because he doesn't want to leave Penny in charge anymore.
Henry is pacing and Madge is trying to calm him down. She says that Bronwyn is under a lot of strain but Henry is not impressed. Madge says Bronwyn will think about and then calm down, but Henry says he's not having it - things are finished between him and her.
Everyone is eating breakfast and Jim mentions that he'll come home at lunchtime to help with Helen's physiotherapy, much to Helen's annoyance. Nick said that Helen did really well at the art gallery last night. Todd pipes up that Beverly could hire a babysitter for Helen while she's in Perth. Helen is speechless!
Nick drags Todd to one side and says he's given him a fantastic idea!
Penny is on the phone defending Des's paperwork to Head Office. Des comes in and says he's coming back to work today and asks Penny to leave. He is annoyed to find that Penny has been reviewing his mortgage files and Penny says it's on the orders of Head Office. Des is not pleased and says that the bloke at Head Office has been trying to stab him in the back for years. Des goes out to get a coffee and calm down, telling Penny that she'd better be out of his office by the time he gets back in five minutes' time.
Bronwyn is in a foul mood while Sharon witters on. She admits she is really freaked out by the letters. She said she was almost relieved when she thought it was Henry - at least she'd have known who it was. Sharon doesn't think it was Henry either. Bronwyn says she's blown her friendship with Henry and she's freaked out on top, so things are not good. Sharon says she'll make a few phonecalls to find out about guys they know who ride motorbikes.
Henry is playing his guitar and looks really fed up. Nick and Todd come in to talk to Madge. They suggest drawing up a rota of people to help Helen while Beverly is in Perth. Madge says she and Harold will be in it and Henry says that he will be too. Madge tells Nick and Todd to approach Helen very carefully on the subject because she's so sensitive about being mollycoddled.
Nick tries to cheer Henry up but he's not impressed. He continues to wallow and play his guitar.
Bronwyn asks Madge how Henry is. Madge says he's furious and hurt and tells Bronwyn off for accusing him. Madge is sympathetic about the letters, but says that Henry isn't to blame. Madge says every time Henry has done anything bad since childhood, he's never deny it when he was caught. She thinks Bronwyn should remember that about him.
Des is still being short with Penny. She asks to use his phone at lunch to make a personal call. Des guesses she is ringing Gordon Hemmings at Head Office and tell her sarcastically to say hello to her boyfriend for him.
Helen is still upset at Beverly mollycoddling her and gets a bit tearful. She tells Beverly that she really wants her to go to Perth. Beverly is still unconvinced - Helen will be on her own for long periods and couldn't get help in an emergency. Jim starts to back Helen up a bit and says they can get over those problems.
Sharon tells Bronwyn that she knows who sent her the letters.
Helen is arranging some flowers that Beverly bought her in a vase. Beverly tells Helen that she's decided to go to Perth after all. Helen says that the most frustrating thing is that in her head she still feels like she's in her twenties. Now she's been ill she feels like she's lost her independence and her dignity.
Nick and Todd come in with the rota of people to look after Helen while Beverly is away. Helen does not look pleased at all.
Des tells Penny that he's never processed a bad transaction in his whole working life. Penny counters that Paul's loan was a bad decision and she had direct orders from above to check Des's files. She tells Des that she's just quit her job. That's why she was ringing Gordon Hemmings - to resign.
Henry has come out of his depression and seems back to his old self. He insists he's not going to get back together with Bronwyn and doesn't love her anymore.
Bronwyn is on the phone to the letter writer - her ex-fiance from home. She threatens to call the police if he sends another one.
When Bronwyn puts the phone down, she tells Sharon that she's going to have to make up with Henry - somehow.