Paul and Chrissie are canoodling on the couch as Mel looks on, embarrassed.
Caroline is furious that Rory faked being ill in order to see the client's daughter and gives him a verbal lashing. Adam explains to Rory that he was supposed to be waiting by the telephone in case his dad phoned with news of Cody. Rory is shocked that the clients daughter is only sixteen years old, whilst Caroline is incredulous that Rory has no sense of moral responsibility and so fires him. Rory thinks this is an overreaction until Caroline threatens to show him what an overreaction is.
Joe, Toby and Bouncer pull up for their meeting with Sky. Joe asks about how Sky is settling in, apparently she is coping well. Joe is taking her to the park for a few hours, but Eric tells him he has to have her back by one o'clock so Sandy can show her off to her mum. He also gives Joe a sandwich which Sky apparently likes.
The Coffee Shop
Caroline and Mel are decrying Saturday work when Paul enters and tells them that they only need to do a little bit of paperwork and the rest of the day is theirs. Mel thinks she might love Paul being in love.
Dorothy corners Paul on his way out to ask for some sort of prize for the Erinsborough High speech night. Paul agrees to provide something without much thought and offers to visit Dorothy after the call from America he is waiting on is over.
Rory is moaning that it is quite hard to find a new job to an unsympathetic Adam. He asks Rory to put a good word in to Caroline about re-hiring him.
RORY: That job was a godsend for meeting women mate. And I didn't think you'd mind helping me out. What are friends for after all?
ADAM: You've got more gall than I thought!
Adam warns him that Pam is even angrier than he is, prompting Rory to ask about Cody. Adam explains that there has been no news.
RORY: Oh well don't worry - she'll be fine as long as someone like me doesn't pick her up. Adam collars him and tells him he doesn't think they should hang around together anymore.
Paul thinks sponsoring a speech night is a very worthy endeavour. He thinks he'd like to set up a prize for young entrepreneurs, so Dorothy suggests book. Paul disagrees; he thinks only cash would be a decent prize. Unfortunately school rules disallow this and Dorothy once again suggests a book, this time with a trophy - the Paul Robinson Youth Enterprise Award. Paul wouldn't like to present the prize though.
Caroline is incredulous about Rory; Adam doesn't think he knows the meaning of real forgiveness. She also has some good news - Helen wants to offer him his old job back. To celebrate he wants to take her to dinner, but it won't be anything special. Caroline suggests a home cooked meal, at hers as Mrs Daniels is coming to dinner at Adam's.
Paul thinks that it would be better to stay in than go out. Caroline enters complaining about Rory but Paul and Chrissie are too busy canoodling to take any notice. Caroline tells Paul his car has been smashed up but she is just trying to get their attention. She is inviting Adam over for an intimate dinner for two and his place is off limits because Helen has been invited over. Paul jokes that she is pretty broad minded but Caroline reminds them she pays rent too, and so demands equal "making out rights". Paul thinks he and should go out in style. More canoodling ensues, so Caroline takes the opportunity to hog the bathroom.
Joe is returning a coat Sky left behind, he asks to come in for a few minutes to see her room. Eric doesn't think it is a good idea as Sky was upset and confused after Joe left.
Paul thinks a weekend away is a good idea as he and Chrissie exit to paint the town tutti-frutti! Mel hopes it lasts as Chrissie has been so hung up on him for so long and they'd hate to see her get hurt. Mel thinks Caroline should talk to Chrissie in order to slow things down, but Caroline insists Chrissie knows what she is doing.
Mel is off to her sisters when she spots Joe looking a bit down - Sky doesn't have a photo of them. Mel reminds him that is easily fixed - he should drop one off tomorrow. Joe tells her that Eric doesn't want them to confuse Sky. Mel thinks this is ridiculous, she is sure Kerry wouldn't want them to say goodbye via Australia Post. Joe is persuaded, if Eric is having trouble calming Sky down then he'll just have to learn about parenting the hard way, as he did.
Adam introduces himself to the client, she is waiting for his companion, who turns out to be Rory.
Chrissie has prepared a breakfast fit for a king, but there is no strawberry jam and she has forgotten about her muffins. Mel and Caroline think she is spoiling him when Chrissie tells them in no uncertain terms to butt out.
Sky is playing in the garden as Joe asks Sandy to see Sky. She has very strict instructions from Eric that Joe can't see her. They walk down the path but Joe looks back at Sky and runs to take her into the van.