Todd is brooding about Cody leaving. Josh tries to get him to cheer up, but he doesn't want to. Lucy tells Jim that she's working for Paul today. She isn't sure what she's doing yet though.
Pam is crying in the kitchen and Cody hugs her.
PAM: You'd think I'd be used to saying goodbye to my kids by now, wouldn't you? But it doesn't get any easier. Especially with my last.
They agree to keep in touch and Pam tells Cody how proud they are of her.
PAM: What are we going to do without you?!
There's a knock at the door and it's Todd. He's come to hang out with Cody on her last day.
Helen is off to the shops and then to see Dorothy. When Helen has gone, Emma tells Lucy that she shouldn't have matched her up with Todd - it didn't work out. Lucy is off to work and Emma lets slip that she'll be doing modelling work. Lucy tells Josh not to tell Jim!
When Lucy has gone, Josh invites Emma to hang out with him.
Lucy is a bit nervous about doing modelling, but Paul says there's no need - the photographer is very good. Lucy isn't happy to hear that Christina had her heart set on being the Lassiter's girl.
Emma is moaning about Todd to Josh over a glass of apple juice. He tells Emma that she needs to be with someone who can pay her more attention(!)
Lucy is modelling in a black top and red shall, standing on the bridge. But Lucy is freezing and rather nervous. Just then Jim comes along and is very angry. Lucy and Paul say it's no big deal and explains that Lucy is going to be the new Lassiter's girl. Jim isn't impressed and tells Lucy to go home. She refuses to go.
JIM: I'm very, very disappointed.
Todd and Cody are discussing seeing other people while she's away - as a sort of way of testing their commitment. Cody says it's OK as long as she can make a list of girls Todd isn't allowed to go out with! They agree that noone can take each other's place though.
Lucy and Paul are having a sandwich. Lucy is upset - she really enjoyed being a model, even if she has caught a slight cold(!) She's not looking forward to facing Jim though.
Dorothy gives Helen her wedding present - it's a book about Art of the Italian Renaissance. Helen is really looking forward to the honeymoon - she's never been to Europe before. Helen is a bit disapointed that Michael hasn't made up with his sister - he wouldn't get in touch with her to ask her to come to the wedding.
Josh invites Emma to go out with him some time. She doesn't really want to, but changes her mind when Josh gives her the diamond earrings. Josh tells her that they belonged to his grandmother(!)
Cody and Todd come in and Josh and Cody hug goodbye.
CODY: Bye, Josh. take care of Todd for me.
Pam is driving Cody to the airport in the ute.
TODD: Don't ever forget that I love you.
Cody gives Todd a Hawaiian garland.
CODY: Remember this?
TODD: Our first kiss. Wish we could do it all over.
CODY: And we will! I'll come back.
TODD: You're the best thing that ever happened to me.
CODY: I love you.
Cody gets in the car and the ute drives off down Ramsay Street, Cody waving through the back window.
Emma is very impressed about the earrings and agrees to go out with Josh. Lucy comes in coughing. She sees Emma's earrings and recognises them, and when Emma has gone she has a right go at Josh, but he says it was up to him what he did with the earrings - Lucy has already thrown them back at him twice.
Todd sits in the kitchen reminiscing about his and Cody's relationship. A series of flashback ensues.
Dorothy and Helen are talking about the wedding. Helen says she never thought she's fall in love again - she'd resigned herself to growing old alone. She's pleased that she and Michael are having a church wedding. Dorothy wishes her luck.
DOROTHY: See you in church!
Lucy is still sulking about the earrings.
JOSH: Lucy, you just want everything your own way!
Helen tells Lucy not to be so selfish and busies herself with consoling Todd.
Jim comes in and shouts at Lucy. Paul also comes in and Jim shouts at him too. He reckons Paul is trying to get back at him.
JIM: You would use anyone to make a quick buck!
He tells Paul he's better destroy the photos or else. Helen butts in and says she doesn't want any of them at her wedding.
HELEN: It's my day, and I won't let you ruin it!