Toby is laughing at a TV programme, but pretends not to be when he realises Joe has seen him.
Paul is bemoaning the fact that the convention figures are down for this year. Caroline says she's heard that Sunstar Swimwear aren't happy with the service at Parkside Pacific, and they could try to poach them. Paul said he tried about 18 months ago but wasn't successful. He doesn't think Caroline would have any more success.
Paul tells Caroline that they have an important dinner engagement tonight.
Todd is wagging school again. Dorothy walks past and wants to know why they're not in the library during their free periods. She sends them off.
Toby is washing his sheets again. He's still too embarrassed to tell Joe about it.
When Toby is in the garden, Kerry thinks they really should consider counselling. Then she says that the books advise to treat Toby normally - punish him when he's naughty as usual and so on. He'll have to go back to school too and mix with other kids - they can ask his teacher to keep an eye on things. Also, they shouldn't avoid talking about Noelene. Joe says it makes sense - but he doesn't know if he can do it.
Caroline and Christina are having a chat. They are generally fed up with Paul underestimating them. Caroline wants Paul to treat her like an equal in work.
CAROLINE: Maybe he's comparing me unfavourably with Gail. From all accounts, she was pretty clued up.
The teen gang are just finishing their lunch break. They hear an announcement ordering them to the library for their free period. They think Dorothy is running a concentration camp!
Sharon is ranting that Dorothy has installed a teacher in the common room to watch them while they're studying. She sees Dorothy coming and goes up and asks her about it. She says she's treating the Year 12 students like children.
SHARON: Your ideas went out with button-up boots, Mrs Burke, do you think we're five years old or something?
DOROTHY: Just this once I'll overlook your insolence. I assure you, and the rest of year twelve, that when you start behaving like adults, you will be treated like adults.
She walks off.
Paul bumps into Christina and asks her how the gift shop is going. She says it could be better - they're not selling a lot at the moment.
Kerry comes in and chats to Christina about Toby. She admires Kerry's earrings and Kerry tells her that she made them. Christina asks if she's selling any, and suggests that she sells them through the gift shop. They arrange to meet up later and have a look at the stock Kerry has.
Joe tells Toby that it's time for him to go back to school next week. He suggests he writes to his mate back in Darwin to tell him how he's getting on. Toby doesn't want to. Joe tells Toby that they're all sad about Noelene, but they can still remember all the good times.
Lochy comes in and shows them a new card trick. Toby reckons he's seen the trick before.
Ryan tells Sharon to stop hassling him about Dorothy. Josh, Cody and Melissa come in, saying that they have to have Music Appreciation groups from now on. There'll be a special lunchtime concert tomorrow. They all assume that it's going to be opera or classical music.
JOSH: I never thought I'd say this, but I wish we could have old Mr Muir back!
Lochy is showing Toby another trick and Toby is very hostile towards her. He ends up shoving her into a chair.
JOE:(coming in) Hey, what's going on?
LOCHY: Nothing, I tripped.
JOE: It didn't look that way to me...Toby!
TOBY:(angrily) She won't leave me alone.
JOE: well that's no excuse for pushing her around! (to Lochy) Did you get hurt?
LOCHY: No, I'm alright.
JOE: Mate, I'm shocked at you. You know what I think about blokes that push women around, it's just not on!
But Toby sits down and starts to cry and the wind is taken out of Joe's sails a bit.
JOE: What's going on mate? You two used to be good mates!
Toby gets up and runs off to his room.
Kerry comes in and Joe tells her what happened. Kerry says Toby has to be disciplined, they can't let him get away with something like this.
KERRY: We agreed to treat Toby normally.
JOE: I know. I know. I did have a go at him. But he got that upset, I...I couldn't hack it.
KERRY: Look, I know how you feel. But it's for his own good. I mean, imagine if Lochy really had been hurt?
JOE: Yeah, I know. You're right!
KERRY: We're going to talk to him. Before anything serious happens.
Kerry has brought Toby out from his room.
JOE: Listen, mate. I know Lochy took the blame and said she fell over. But we both know different, right? Thing is, we don't go round pushing people around in this place. You could have really hurt her, you know? I know we all get mad sometimes, but there's just no reason to push and shove and give people a hard time! Thing is, if you do something like that...well...you've got to be punished. And that's just what's going to happen...if you do it again.
TOBY: OK, can I go now.
JOE: Alright. But remember what I said.
Toby goes off to his room.
JOE:(to Kerry) I blew it!
He puts his forehead down on the table.
Kerry says that at least they've spoken to him, but Joe doesn't think anything is going in.
Caroline tells Paul and Christina that she's not feeling very well. She won't be able to make the dinner appointment after all, and Paul asks Christina to fill in. She agrees happily.
Dorothy comes in as Ryan is closing up. Ryan says that she's being very strict at school - she's been very heavy-handed. Dorothy says it's her job. Ryan thinks Dorothy's ideas are old-hat and the kids don't like them, especially the Music Appreciation class idea.
DOROTHY: They might surprise themselves and enjoy it.
RYAN: Some hope!
DOROTHY: We'll just have to wait and see, won't we!
Paul and Christina are just leaving for their business dinner. Caroline is apparently moping about in her dressing-gown.
When they've gone, Caroline comes into the living room and takes off her dressing gown to reveal an evening dress underneath!