Hilary is being her usual cheerful self over breakfast(!) Sharon is fed up because Mr Muir didn't even look at the petition. Matt says it's time to start Stage 2 of the operation. Sharon says they're going to boycott School Sports Day. Hilary is appalled but says that noone will notice their absence anyway. Sharon says they will because there'll be banners and shouting(!) Hilary says they should talk it through sensibly - a bigger staffroom wil benefit the students through the staff's wellbeing. Matt says that's all very well, but the students weren't even consulted. Hilary says that you don't consult the monkeys in how to run a zoo(!)
Lee comes in and the atmosphere between her and Matt is strained.
Todd is going to a Hawaiian party, but he doesn't really want to because it's at Cody's house and she's always trying to crack on to him. Helen says she'll help him with his costume.
Bronwyn is on the phone to Henry - apparently things are going well for him - he's even getting fanmail. She hangs up the phone in some distress - she's obviously missing him greatly. Bronwyn is worried that Henry will forget about her - she thinks she should have gone with him, her job isn't so good anyway. Madge suggests having a chat with her employers to ask if she can do something more than clean animal cages out.
Students are shouting with banners, "Teachers Out, Students In". A bloke is playing a xylophone(!) Mr Muir come up and tells Mike off for not breaking up the demonstration. He says he thinks the students are right. Mr Muir rips down one of the banners and says he'll be taking the matter up with his parents. Also, Mike is in trouble too.
Mike tells them to cool things for today but Matt, Sharon and Nick don't want to. They decide to do a sit-in.
Todd arrives to find Cody sitting on the swing with glasses and a bikini on. She says that he's the first to arrive. Todd awkardly takes off his tracksuit to reveal his Hawaiian get up. Cody is impressed.
Bronwyn comes in with a baby possum and Helen and Madge coo over him. Bronwyn calls him Henry because he's always getting up to mischief. She has got the job of looking after him all the weekend. Madge says that Harold might not like it, he's allergic to pet hair. Madge says they can put him in the laundry. Madge isn't so sure that Harold's allergy isn't psychological.
The Common Room is locked so the guys climb in through an open window. Hilary comes up just as Matt is climbing in and says she thinks they should stop now. Hilary says she'll tell Mr Muir what they're doing, but Matt says he wants her to - it will save them the trouble of calling him! Matt climbs in and lets the guys in through the inner door. He tells Hilary that they're there for the duration. Lee joins them and Matt shuts the door in Hilary's face.
Cody is serving up fruit cocktails. Todd is not a happy camper and is confused why noone else has arrived - he's been there for an hour. Cody covers by saying that noone likes her. She suddenly jumps on Todd and pashes him!
The guys are barricading the door. Mr Muir arrives and starts shouting. Inside, Lee sits down with Matt and apologises for what she said to him last night. She says that she's not used to people being nice to her, but she thinks he's cool. Matt asks her if she wants to be more than just friends and she says she does. They kiss and everyone heckles them.
Mr Muir is shouting that he'll suspend them all, but the students are unimpressed. Mr Muir says he'll get Mike Young to sort things out.
Todd comes in in a bad mood and tells Helen the party was a trick - he was the only guest. Helen says that he should be flattered and has nothing to worry about - he didn't know the situation. Todd says that he stayed longer than he should have though.
Outside the Common Room
Mike tells Mr Muir that he knew about the sit-in. He admits he gave them the idea for the petition though. Mike suggests that Mr Muir listens to what the students have to say, but Mr Muir says if he doesn't get the students out, he won't have a job - there, or at any school in the area.