Libby wants to put a lock on her bedroom door to keep her brothers out.
Billy fancying his violin teacher, Leanne (aka Packo).
Marlene, Sam, Annalise, Mark and Ren head out to look for Bianca.
Karl dresses Cody up as a man so she can try out for the cricket team.
Susan is fitting Malcolm into a shirt for the play. Karl comes in with Cody in her "bloke" getup saying that "this young man would like to use the phone". Susan notices immediately that "Will" is actually Cody (must be the long hair and breasts that gave it away) but she plays along with it. Mal laughs and says that they'll have to do better with the disguise. Mal claims that it's not natural for girls to be on the cricket team.
Lou and Cheryl's
Lou has got enough signatures to stand for council, so he's very pleased. He thinking about where to run the video - maybe at Lassiters on a continuous loop. Cheryl asks Lou not to involve Danni and Brett as she wants them to get on with their schoolwork.
Sam is making coffee. They haven't managed to find Bianca. Marlene is knackered from looking but keen to keep going. She decides to put an ad in the paper to reach Bianca and ask her to get in touch. They start to work out what they want to say.
Lou comes round to ask Billy to deliver leaflets for his council election on his paper round. He agrees.
Libby is still trying to put a lock on her bedroom door. Susan won't let her - she'll just have to bring it up at the family meeting tonight.
Marlene is still writing the ad. "Bianca, we care about you and we're worried. We want to know if you're well. Also we have good news. Please contact us, Marlene and Sam". Sam looks doubtful and says that Marlene shouldn't get her hopes up - Bianca may not even read the newspaper, and even if she does she might not want to get in touch. Marlene thinks it's worth a try and goes off to phone the newspaper.
The family meeting is going on. Libby makes her case for putting a lock on her bedroom door. Karl says that it sets a precendent and makes it seem like they don't trust each other. Everyone except Libby votes against it.
Karl tells Mal off for teasing Libby. He moves that the meeting discuss suitable ways to punish Malcolm for continuing to torment Libby about her book. Libby looks pleased.
Lou and Cheryl's
Lou is considering promotional photos for his campaign, and whether he should call himself Lou or Louis. Cheryl is absorbed with planning her fancy-dress party.
The Kennedys are discussing punishments for Malcolm - he has to leave his bedroom door open for a week and anyone can go in during that time. Libby and Billy are pleased. Karl says that if Malcolm doesn't leave his door open Karl will just take it off its hinges and put it in the garage(!)
Cody is asking Marlene for some man's clothes, but Sam doesn't think men's clothing will be enough, she'll have to "strap herself down" as well.
Billy is playing his violin for Leanne. He is agitated though and tells Leanne that he has to talk to her about something. He turns down all the lights, but Karl comes out at that moment and puts the lights back on(!) Billy tries to talk to Leanne again but Mal and Libby troop through the living room arguing about privacy.
Cody is in a cricket outfit with stick-on beard and answering to the name of "Willis Kennedy". She looks a bit more masculine but it's still not really going to fool anyone! Karl is going to pretent to be her dad!
Lou and Cheryl's
Marlene has called around for a cup of tea. Cheryl is nursing Lolly while Marlene shows them the advert in the paper for Bianca.
Cody is trying out for the cricket team. She's batting at the moment and is doing pretty well. The coach says that Cody has done well - "he's" one of the finest players he's seen for a long time and offers "him" a place on the team. He says that he'll need full commitment from "him".
COACH: I want the full commitment from my boys. Plenty of sleep, no wild parties and keep away from women before the match.
CODY: No problem.
He gives Cody a copy of the training schedule.
Lou isn't sure about Cheryl's menu for the fancy-dress party - he thinks it should be more historical. Lou says that it's a good idea - them putting a day aside each week to spend together. They drink to love.
Billy shows Libby something he's made - a necklace. He admits it's for Leanne. Libby tells him not to be silly - she's three years old than him and doesn't like him in that way. She advises Billy to find someone her own age. Libby advises him sincerely that Leanne will only embarrass him, but Billy won't listen.
Susan comes in looking for some clothes for Malcolm for the play. Cody runs in and tells them excitedly that she's on the cricket team.
Billy bumps into Leanne and gives her the necklace. She is confused - why is he giving her a necklace? Billy tells her he loves her. Leanne laughs.