Adam wanders back over to Gemma and is being really dense about what's going on. Gemma tells him that she thinks Caroline is still interested in him. She can see that Adam still cares about Caroline.
GEMMA: If you still have feelings for her, you should probably go and see her - talk it over.
ADAM: Yeah. Yeah, you're right.
He heads off, and Gemma looks fed up.
Caroline is sulking that everything is going wrong at the moment. Paul and Christina tell her that it's not that bad. Paul is still moaning on about Rosemary and wants to go and confront her. Before he can, Adam comes to the door, so Christina drags Paul upstairs.
Adam tells Caroline that they need to talk - he's been missing her too, and until today, he and Gemma were just friends. He still feels a lot for Caroline and wants to get back with her. He's not sure how he feels about Gemma. Caroline advises him to have a talk to Gemma and then have a good long thing about what he wants.
Dorothy and Colin have been watching a film. Colin observes that Dorothy is still wearing her wedding ring after all these years. She doesn't really know why, she just did. She's glad she didn't file for divorce now, especially the way things have turned out. Colin looks pensive.
Toby is sulking around the house. Joe tells Toby he can go to school camp after all and Toby is delighted. Also Joe has bought him a present to take with him - a packet of cigarettes. Toby is confused and Joe explains that he doesn't want Toby sneaking behind his back - so he's brought him some extra-strong French cigarettes! He takes one out of the packet and hands it to Toby, telling him to light up straight away(!) Toby doesn't look too happy.
Dorothy and Colin are having tea. Dorothy wants to take a trip - like a second honeymoon, and she'll pay. Colin looks rather terrified and gets out of it by telling her he still has a bit of work to do.
Helen pops around for a chat and Colin takes his opportunity to leave, saying he's going to see Reverend Richards. Dorothy tells him to take her car.
Paul and Christina have come around to see Rosemary. Paul tries to get details about the Henson report out of her and asks her to turn a blind eye to some of the minor hiccups. Rosemary says that she can't compromise on her professional standards. Paul accuses her of reverse-nepotism and says that she's afraid to admit that Paul is running the hotel better than she used to. Rosemary is very offended.
Toby is coughing and asking Joe why he gave up smoking. Joe starts telling him about the health implications and being a sheep. Toby is looking as sick as a dog and Joe sends him outside to smoke another one!
Rosemary is having a drink at a table when Colin comes over and sits with her. They chat about Rosemary's "family problems" and Colin looks very interested when he hears that Rosemary used to own Lassiter's. He asks her stay and have dinner.
Gemma comes around to see Caroline. She tells her rather awkwardly that they have a bit of a problem on their hands. They talk about Adam and agree that he seems a bit confused. Gemma tells Caroline that her feelings for Adam are complicated and she needs some time to think things through herself. They agree to meet up later at the Waterhole.
Rosemary and Colin are still in the pub, having finished their meal. Rosemary asks about Colin's family. He admits that he's been separated for years, but is generally evasive about his life. Rosemary looks quite taken with him.
COLIN: I can't tell you how much I've enjoyed this evening.
ROSEMARY: Not half as much as I have. I was having the most terrible day and then you came along and made it better.
COLIN: I'm glad.
ROSEMARY: Colin...does the evening have to end here?
COLIN: I'd like it very much if it didn't.
Oh dear God.
Ben is staying over tonight and he whispers to Toby about cigarettes for campe. Toby tells Ben he doesn't need to whisper because Joe doesn't mind if he smokes.
TOBY: It doesn't really matter because I've decided to give up smoking.
BEN: How come?
TOBY: Well, I don't really like the taste that much and I know it's bad for you.
Ben reckons he likes smoking, but Toby says he's just being a sheep.
TOBY: I dare you not to smoke in camp!
BEN: OK! You've got a deal.
Caroline comes in just as Colin and Rosemary are leaving. She sits down at a table with Gemma and Adam.
GEMMA: Well, you still love Adam, don't you?
CAROLINE: Yes, I do.
GEMMA: (to Adam) And you still have feelings for Caroline?
ADAM: Sure. There's no point pretending I don't. But where does that leave you?
GEMMA: Well, we've become really good friends, so hopefully we'll stay that way. After today, it might have developed into something more, but it hasn't and it won't. So, I think we should just forget about it.
CAROLINE: Gemma, are you sure?
GEMMA: Absolutely! Now you two should just be together and stay together. It's what you both want.
ADAM: She's a lot smarter than we are.
CAROLINE: She sure is. How can we thank you?
GEMMA: Stop saying thank you and start talking!
As Gemma is leaving, she bumps into Melanie and Joe. She admits she's not pleased that Caroline and Adam are back together, but doesn't think she herself really stood a chance.
Paul gets a phone call from Gail who wants him to come and visit the kids in Tasmania so they can have a talk. Apparently Gail was insistent. Christina suggests that she comes along - she'd like to meet Paul's children. Paul isn't sure but finally agrees.
Rosemary shows Colin into her room and they hug. Then Rosemary goes off to get changed. While she's gone, Colin takes off his jacket, sits down on the bed and rings Dorothy!
Dorothy answers the phone. Colin tells her that he's run into an old pal - he's had a few drinks and is going to stay over at his. He'll come back first thing in the morning with Dorothy's car.
DOROTHY: You'll be back early?
COLIN: Oh, yes. Before you've had a chance to miss me. Love you.
DOROTHY: You, too. I'll see you tomorrow.
Dorothy tells Helen that Colin is being very sensible.
HELEN: I think he's very lucky to have a wife that doesn't make a fuss.
DOROTHY: No, I'm the lucky one. After all these years, I never expected to be this happy again. But here I am. And this time, I'm absolutely sure it's going to last.
HELEN: Happily ever after?
DOROTHY: Happily ever after.
She smiles, happily. Poor Dorothy.