Toby and Lochie make up. Then Joe apologises to Harold and they shake hands too.
Beverly is washing out Rhys's bottles. She's worried that Deborah will want Rhys back - why else would she come to the house earlier that day. Beverly's upset that Deborah had given Rhys a name - Andrew. Jim says that once they got to court, Rhys will be their baby for good. Beverly starts to wail and says she couldn't stand to lose Rhys now.
Nick is teaching Todd to skateboard. They chat about Cody and Todd insists she's not his girlfriend - they're just working on the school magazine again. Sharon comes up, much to Nick's displeasure. She apologises for thinking that he was Dear George. Melanie apparently wrote to Dear George on her behalf and that's why she thought it was Nick. Nick agrees to make up with Sharon - he's sick of arguing!
Mike comes up and tells them to do some homework - they can slack off in the holidays(!)
Gloria is late for work and Madge can't think where she's got to. Just then Gloria comes with the right side of her shirt covered in green paint. Apparently someone threw a paint bomb at her car and she swerved into a ditch. Madge asks who did it. Gloria pauses a bit but then says she doesn't know. Madge sits her down and goes to make a cup of tea.
Beverly is still worried about the court case. Lucy is being stroppy again and Helen tells her off. Jim agrees to lift her grounding but Lucy is unimpressed - it's too little, too late.
In the living room, Beverly tells Lucy that Jim is hurt about her wanting to go to stay with Julie. Also, he had every right to punish her. Lucy says that Jim treats her like a kid - everything would have been fine with Nick if Jim had trusted her. But Beverly says that Jim didn't break up their relationship on purpose.
Nick and Sharon are studying. Sharon tells Nick that they're losing their school common room - the staff are taking it over. Nick says they should protest to Mr Muir the Principal, but Sharon doesn't think it will do any good.
Madge tells Gloria to go home and rest, but Gloria is adamant that she's going to do her shift. Gloria won't let Harold call the police - she doesn't know who it was anyway. She wants Madge and Harold to drop the subject.
Bishops, the following day
Madge and Harold are making a cup of tea. They talk about Bronwyn and Harold doesn't think her job is working out as well as she hoped. Madge says she's probably missing Henry, like they all are. Harold wants Madge to have another go at convincing Gloria to report the paint bombing incident yesterday.
Beverly is packing all of Rhys's stuff up, just in case they don't get custody of Rhys. Beverly says she's chucked the towel in already - she's not optimistic that they'll get to keep him. Jim tells her to be more positive.
When everyone has gone, Nick tells Lucy that he hates them being on such bad terms - he wants them to still be friends. Lucy says she doesn't hate him - she just doesn't want to talk about the situation between them.
The Coffee Shop
Sharon, Nick and Todd are waiting for Matt - they think there's something going on between him and Lee. Mike comes in and they return to their homework. Sharon and Nick talk in loud voices about the loss of the Year 12 common room. Mike is shocked to hear it and asks them what they're going to do about it. He thinks they should stand up and be counted and let the teaching staff know how they feel.
Gloria comes in and tells Madge that it will cost a fortune to get her car fixed. But she says it's not worth the trouble to call the police. She gets a bit shirty with Madge and tells her to drop the subject.
Beverly, Jim and Helen return and Beverly tells Lucy that they've got custody of Rhys! Jim jokes that in 15 years he'll be sulking in his room! Lucy takes offence at this and stalks out. Beverly tells Jim that Lucy blames him for the breakup with Nick and he's incredulous - he bent over backwards to be sensitive!
Beverly tells Jim that they were lucky not to lose Rhys today - he'd better not rely on luck with Lucy.
Later at the Robinsons
Jim tells Lucy that he's not the perfect father - he does his best and he does love her. He wants her to put off going to see Julie until they have sorted things out between them. Lucy is stroppy but Jim placates her. He apologises for being over-protective but Lucy won't have this - she's not staying locked up in his house for the rest of her life because Jim doesn't trust her.
Nick is trying to convince Sharon to fight the teachers on the common room. She agrees to come with him to talk to Mr Muir. Mike suggests starting a petition - he says that he'd sign it himself.
Nick asks Lucy again to change her mind about going - he's sad that he's caused so much trouble between her and Jim.
At the table, Beverly is chatting about the nursery decoration, and what to do about work. She doesn't know if she's going to give up work yet.
Madge and Harold are relaxing in their dressing gowns listening to classical music. Suddenly Gloria comes in - there's been a smoke bomb thrown through her window. She hasn't called the police again. Madge asks her exactly what's going on. She tells them she's got a fair idea who's behind it and the last thing she wants to do is call the police. She says she doesn't want to say anymore and then starts to sob.