Melanie thinks that Harold is the peeping tom and calls the police.
Christina comes home for lunch and Caroline tells her that she can't come out tonight - she's got another arrangement with a friend of hers. Caroline says that Christina should go on her own with Eddie. Christina is suspicious, asking Caroline if she's trying to set her and Eddie up. She thinks Eddie is too outrageous for her.
Madge has just cooked a batch of hot cross buns. Melanie thanks her for being so nice to her, particularly as she's just had Harold arrested(!) Madge says Harold deserves it, he's been obsessed with the camera lately. Madge advises Melanie to go home before Harold arrives back. But Harold does arrive at that moment.
HAROLD: What is this Judas doing here?
Harold rants at her saying she's ruined his reputation. Madge calms him down saying that Melanie was quite right in calling the police - there definitely has been a peeping tom about lately.
HAROLD: The police gave me the most embarrassing of lectures. And they confiscated my film! For evidence, they said.
Melanie bites into her hot cross bun while she and Madge try not laugh.
Sharon and Caroline come in - they've heard about Harold's arrest and can't stop laughing.
MADGE: He was bird-watching.
CAROLINE: Isn't that what they all say?
Harold comes in and stalks past them.
Melanie is ringing the police to give Harold a good character witness - she wants to withdraw her complaint. Eddie doesn't think Harold should have been up the tree in the first place.
EDDIE: If he didn't take a picture of a sweet little thing like you when he had the chance, he's daft.
MELANIE: Don't be rude.
EDDIE: Just stating facts. I might have to take up photography myself!
Paul pops round to see Melanie and she introduces him to Eddie. Paul asks Melanie if she can come in to work even though it's her day off. But she says that she has to wait for the police to come round.
PAUL: You know how I hired an Easter Bunny? Well, he's come down sick.
EDDIE: Oooh. I heard you had myxomatosis out here.
Paul explains that it's a gimmick for the gift shop at Easter and Eddie offers to step in.
PAUL: Any rabbit experience?
EDDIE: Seen Roger Rabbit a few times. And I played Peter in my primary school panto.
PAUL: What more could we ask for? The job's yours if you want it.
EDDIE: Bonza, mate! When do I start?
Helen is painting a present for Nick for Easter when Paul comes in. She is missing Nick terribly - and also Julie, Katie, Scott and Lucy... Even Paul won't be there for Easter lunch, he can't see the point - everyone is ticked off at each other. There's no point forcing each other to be civil with each other. He offers to take Helen out saying, Jim and Beverly could probably do with some time on their own.
HELEN: You know, I feel very sorry for Beverly and your father because if their marriage continues this way, I don't think it's going to survive.
Melanie has come in to work after all and is excited to see Eddie in his costume. He comes out in a white costume with a pink nose. He heads off to the gift shop.
Harold is still in a very bad mood. He tells Madge that he's not going to church - he can't face people sniggering. He is supposed to be singing a solo tonight and Madge tells him that he should do it - otherwise everyone will think that he actually is guilty of being a peeping tom. Harold reluctantly agrees.
Eddie is giving out Easter Eggs to some kids. He is hassled by some older kids who threaten to steal his eggs. Presently, Sharon comes along and laughs at his costume. The older kids are shouting abuse at Eddie.
Paul and Sharon are laughing about Harold's brush with the law. Eddie comes in and says hello to Caroline. Caroline claims that she is Christina and flirts with Eddie.
Sharon gives Madge an Easter gift.
SHARON:(to Harold) I couldn't get an egg with a little camera on it, so I had to get you a convict bunny instead!
She gives Harold a chocolate rabbit. He is not impressed and tells her it's no joking matter. Sharon says no-one believes that Harold is guilty but he's very tetchy.
Helen comes in and asks how Harold is - she saw the police outside his house this morning and she's heard a rumour about unsavoury activities. Harold stalks off to his room.
Eddie the bunny is having his photos taken with some kids and advertising the Gift Shop. Christina comes along and Eddie says she must be Caroline. Christina goes along with it and pumps Eddie for information. He tells her that "Christina" was coming on really strong.
EDDIE: I'm looking forward to having her all to myself.
CHRISTINA: I bet you are. So am I.
She heads off to murder Caroline.
The older boys run past and steal Eddie's basket of eggs. He manages to catch up with them and chucks one into the pond. Paul comes out and Eddie thinks he is going to tell him off, but Paul just laughs.
PAUL: Nice work, for a rabbit!
Constable Henderson has come round to see Melanie. She tells him that Harold isn't a perv - he couldn't be, Harold is a very nice man and takes kids on Scouting expeditions and everything. Constable Henderson shows her the photos they had developed from the film in Harold's camera. She is surprised to see a lot of shots of the neighbours. One of them is of her topless in the garden. Melanie is horrified.
MELANIE: And I really thought Mr Bishop was innocent! How wrong can a girl be?
Caroline is making a cake when Christina comes in. She is in a right tear and shouts at her about Eddie. Caroline claims she was just flirting, but Christina isn't amused.
CHRISTINA: I don't need your help, thanks very much! You're always interfering, Caroline, and I hate it!
CAROLINE: I'm sorry!
CHRISTINA: Sorry doesn't cut it! Thanks to your little act, God knows what Eddie's going to expect from me tonight!
Melanie storms in.
MELANIE: Mr Bishop, I am very, very, very disappointed in you. I thought you were a nice man, I thought that I'd made a mistake, I even rang the police and told them that I was wrong!
HAROLD: And so you should, slandering a decent man.
MELANIE: That was before I saw the evidence!
MADGE: Melanie, what are you on about?
MELANIE: I'm sorry to have to do this to you, Madge, you're a loyal wife and I know you don't deserve the shame and disgrace!
MELANIE: But you have a right to know what sort of man you are married to!
She shows Madge the photograph.
MELANIE: Here is the proof - in living colour might I add. You have a right to know that you are married to the Erinsborough Peeping Tom!
HAROLD: I most certainly am not!
MADGE: Alright, explain this.
He looks at the photo. Then he quickly looks away(!)