- Stonie and Mal's car has been stolen.
- Andrew has an egg thrown at him by men in masks in a homophobic attack.
- Libby sees photos of Rupert kissing Rochelle and dumps him.
Toadie comes in on crutches, having apparently had a roller- blading accident. He orders a chocolate milkshake and a pizza to drown his sorrows. Stonie is confused - Toadie only just had dinner(!)
Toadie tells Catherine and Stonie that he's missing George. Catherine suggests Toadie could do acupuncture to help with his cigarette cravings.
Libby is talking to Dahl and missing Brett. Susan comes in and Libby tells her that she's split up with Rupert. She explains about the photos of Rupert and Rochelle together. Susan sympathises. Libby is very down, and says that Brett is the nicest guy she ever knew. Susan hugs her.
Hannah is reading Phil's romance novel again (which for some reason is in all capital letters)
There is a voiceover of the story and a then a dream- like Hannah appears in period clothes. Even the pub is included as "Jade" seeks shelter in a bar. Luke is the dream- like barman. "Jade" takes out a photo of her lover, which is a photo of Billy(!). The villain comes in (Toadie) and gives her his condolences about her lover's death. He's about to reveal who he really is...but that's where the story ends and we cut back to reality (thank goodness!)
Rupert drives up and tries to talk to Libby. She doesn't want to talk to him, but he insists that the thing with Rochelle didn't mean anything to him, and was it was all just an accident. Libby is unmoved and runs off to school.
Toadie comes along on his crutches, sees Rupert and attempts to make a sharp exit. Rupert insists on giving Toadie a lift to wherever he's going so they can forge a plan on how to make things right with Libby.
Toadie has apparently been for hot cup healing(!) Rupert has primed Toadie on what to say to Libby, and he says he'll do his best.
Andrew comes over and tells Rupert to hurry up and get the bus to his Geography excursion as he's already late. And he'll be on detention at lunchtime when he gets back.
Stonie and Catherine are walking along talking about the Shakespeare play. It's "Much Ado About Nothing" and Stonie hasn't read it yet. Catherine is taking Stonie to come to Koala School for training. Stonie says he's stressed about the audition for the play, but Catherine assures him that he'll beat Martin.
Rupert is emptying bins, but then takes a detour to let the tyres down on Andrew's car. Susan comes along and catches him though.
SUSAN: I hope you have a very good explanation, Rupert, because you're going to need it.
Toadie comes in on crutches and she guesses he hurt himself rollerblading. Libby is setting up the TV for fifth period, as she needs to edit her football video. Toadie broaches the topic of Rupert and says that the photos were innocent - Rupert actually pushed Rochelle off him after she jumped on him. Libby suspiciously asks if Rupert put Toadie up to this, he lies and says he hasn't(!)
Susan and Andrew are telling Rupert off. Rupert says that he doesn't like Andrew and he "deserves everything he gets". He admits that he was responsible for the other attacks on Andrew too. He insists that it's not because Andrew is gay though, he's just fed up of Andrew "picking on him". He just wants to play football, but Andrew is making it difficult for him by threatening to take his captaincy away. Andrew apologises, saying he *has* been a bit paranoid lately. They agree to give each other a second chance, although Rupert will have to wash and wax his car to make it up to him properly.
Karl is accosted by a pair of koalas. He gives them a donation but still struggles to get away from them(!)
Libby is looking through her videos when Hannah comes in. Hannah tells Libby that Rupert *did* put Toadie up to speaking to Libby. Libby decides to do some "creative editing" of the football footage.
Stonie and Catherine have taken their koala heads off and are having a drink. Then they put their heads back on and Stonie rubs his koala nose on hers(!)
Outside the School
Rupert is washing Andrew's car when Toadie comes along. Toadie tells him that things went well with Libby and he thinks he's talked her around. Rupert is pleased.
Just then, Mr McKenna passes in a car that Toadie recognises - Mal and Stonie's car.
RUPERT: But that means...
TOADIE: Our vice- principal is a wanted crim!