Hannah tells Helen she's gone off Dayle - she's embarrassed about lying to him and all the kids will laugh at her at school.
Billy wants to know what's going on with the sick gnome at the next family meeting. Susan says that will be fine!
Cheryl tells Lou he has to get rid of Frank, the Native American statue from the pub.
Ren thinks Mark's speech for the homeless kids is a bit strong.
Phil answers the phone and tells Miranda to call back later as Hannah is busy setting the dinner table. Anyway, it's the ninth call that evening(!)
Phil tells Helen that Rosemary doesn't seem herself, and indeed, Rosemary is outside, pacing. Phil suggests that Helen goes out and talks to her.
Billy is trying on his new jacket which he thinks is very swanky and will make him a chick magnet(!) Susan tells Karl to go over and talk to Marlene and he reluctantly agrees. Susan tells Billy that all everything about the gnomes will be revealed at the family meeting.
No.26 - outside
Rosemary is telling Helen her concerns about Joel being too young and also being her assistant. Helen doesn't think that Rosemary's colleagues would care - in fact, they've probably noticed already, Helen certainly did. Rosemary says she's decided to be honest about her and Joel's relationship from now on - she may even put an advert in the New York Times! They hug.
Karl has joined Marlene at a table where she's eating her dinner. He invites her to come to their family meeting tomorrow night, so the gnome culprit can confess their crime.
When Karl has gone, Mark sits down with Marlene.
Lou comes in and is surprised to see Frank the Native American in the kitchen! Cheryl also plays the answerphone and there's a message on there about a pub TAB. She tells Lou it's NEVER going to happen.
Jen has got a present for Phil as a peace offering for the stuff she's said to him recently. She tells him that she can see his family is really important to him, and she wants to get more involved. Phil is pleased. Then Jen tells him she's willing to move in with him, in fact, she's going home to start packing.
Ramsay Street, the following morning
Hannah is confused why Billy is wearing his new jacket to school. Susan comes over and tells him to take it off and put his school jumper on instead.
Marlene comes in for some milk for Colonel Parker. Mark asks what she thought of his talk and she delicately tells him it's not really what they're looking for - it's too confrontational. She thinks Mark's frankness will just drive the kids away altogether. Mark refuses to change his talk and can't see how it's unreasonable to ask people to change their godless ways(!) Then he wishes her a "prayerful" day!
Hannah and her mates are hanging out and cooing over Miranda's Dayle T-shirt. Meanwhile, Billy still has his jacket on so Susan sets off to tell him off.
Outside the Pub
Helen, Rosemary and Joel are having lunch. Cheryl comes over and says she's over the whole arcade thing. She takes their order. Meanwhile inside, Lou is reinstalling Frank the Native American and drilling him to the floor(!) Cheryl storms in and tells him off.
Mark has apparently done his bible-bashing speech at the Youth Centre and completely alienated the kids. A bloke comes over who was at the talk and tells Mark he has some questions for him. Apparently Mark ranted about sex, drugs and sin and if they gave them up, God would provide. The bloke wants to know what exactly God would provide - would he provide meals and somewhere to stay? Mark says that God sends suffering to test their faith(!), but never more than a person can endure.
BLOKE: I think I've got it. So when you're on the street, freezing and hungry...your best mate's ODed next to you...that's just God sticking the knife in, right? But it's OK, cos he'll know when to stop. If that's your message for today then you can shove it.
He gets up and storms out, telling Mark that he hasn't got a clue. He tells Marlene noone will be back at the youth centre while Mark is around. Marlene tries to get through to Mark about showing compassion but he just says that God will help if the kids will only ask.
Billy is posing around in his jacket. Some girls tell him that it's lame and just then a teacher walks past wearing the exact same jacket. Billy cringes.
Lou and Cheryl are at war. Lou says that some of his ideas for the pub are perfectly valid, but Cheryl isn't giving him a chance. Cheryl suggests they have a profit competition to see whose system is the best. Lou accepts her challenge.
The girl is mocking Billy again who has taken off his jacket. The teacher wearing the same jacket as Billy overhears and sends the girl on litter duty. The girl's friend comes over and tells Billy that she really likes his jacket and it looks good on him - it looks much better on him than the teacher. Billy thinks she's taking the mick and stomps off.
No.26 - outside
Jen is unpacking her stuff from the car with the help of Helen. Marlene comes over and tells Helen that Mark has lost the plot and she wants him removed from the youth centre.
The girl who mocked Billy (Stacey) has now started on Hannah about Dayle. She pushes Hannah against the wall and Susan separates them. Then she demands some answers from Stacey.
Billy and Hannah have arrived home from school.
BILLY: That would have to be the worst school day of my entire life.
Phil and Jen come in and lo and behold, Phil is wearing a jacket just like Billy's. Billy sulks off. Hannah tells Phil and Jen that they were celebrities at school over the Dayle visit. Jen says she's disgusted at Hannah's behaviour - after all, aplastic anaemia killed Jen's little sister and it's not something to joke about.