Sarah isn't impressed by Vince, the new housemate.
Anne is shocked at the movie Billy picked for her; he claims it wasn't the one he chose.
Luke informs Sarah that Dannii is in hospital with malaria.
Sarah is helping Luke to pack some stuff together to go and visit Dannii in Malaysia. Vince meanwhile, continues to sit on the couch lifting weights. Sarah enquires as to whether he ever wears clothes, but he's more interested in knowing if she'd rub cream onto his back. Sarah is saved as Catherine arrives home. Vince is impressed by the two women he now shares a house with, and is about to make a move on Cath when Luke offers to take him to the gym. With the boys gone, Cath comments that if he tries to make another move on her, he'll be heading for trouble.
Luke comes by to ask Jo if she's like to take his room at No.30 whilst he's away in Malaysia. He knows she hasn't found anywhere else to live yet and it'd help him cover his rent costs. She agrees.
On the other side of the complex, Anne is still annoyed at Billy, but Lance doesn't believe he's that type of guy.
Helen and Debbie are taste testing her lasagne, when Susan arrives. She's come to ask Helen where Karl could by a turkey big enough for the street's Christmas party. Helen suggests the market, though he'd have to get there early. Debbie is delighted when the phone rings with her first booking, a banquet for 20 people in 2 days time.
Lance is moaning about his cold pizza, when Susan invites them over for dinner at their place. Anne declines her offer on realising that Billy will be home, and Susan realises that she's still upset over the video incident.
Inside, Billy is stuffing his face with crisps when Susan arrives home with the dinner. She asks if he's explained to Anne about the video mix up, and Billy admits she didn't give him a chance. Susan warns her son to sort the mess out sooner rather than later.
The girls are trying to watch TV as Vince works out on his gym equipment at the back of the lounge. Annoyed by his continued puffing, Sarah tries to get him to stop, but fails, so decides to try a different tactic. She explains how they were watching his reflection in the TV screen, which just pleases Vince more and causes him to start flirting again. Sarah has had enough so heads off to her room. Cath warns Vince to sort out his attitude or he'll be moving out.
Billy tries to explain to Anne that the video mix up happened when he helped Vince move his stuff into number 30. Lance still believes Billy chose the naughty video, but Billy explains he's not like that and he thought Anne knew him well enough. She stands by her word that she doesn't believe him.
Jo has joined Cath and Sarah for a celebratory drink (about her moving back in). They bond over the idea that it's now three against one when it comes to Vince, and warn Jo that he sees all women as a sex object. Jo wonders why they can't just ask him to move out, but Cath points out that Luke won't agree. They have to come up with a plan to get Vince to leave on his own accord.
Billy is occupying himself by building a tower out of toast and vegemite. Susan asks if he's actually got any plans for the day or if he's just going to mope about Anne. Billy admits it'd be easier if he hated her, but he doesn't and asks his mum for advice.
SUSAN: Now he wants my advice! I don't know. I can't tell you to grovel because we've brought you up to have a bit of pride in yourself, but, on the other hand, we also taught you to fight for what you really want.
She leaves him to ponder.
Luke is trying to get a message through to Danni in Malaysia, but isn't having much luck with the language barrier. Vince reassures Luke that it'll be okay, who apologises for leaving him on his own with the girls.
VINCE: Are you kidding. I'm sharing a house with three gorgeous babes. It's a harem, I'm going to be in hell(!)
Luke warns him that Jo, Cath and Sarah won't like being referred to as gorgeous babes, and he'll have to understand them at their level if he's going to stay living with them.
Debbie and Helen are preparing the food for Debbie's first order. They are interrupted by a health inspector from the council, who has seen her advert in the paper and come to see if she has a food permit for the kitchen. Debbie admits she didn't know she needed one, and the inspector informs her he'll have to check their kitchen now to see if she's allowed to continue with the business. If the kitchen fails, she'll have to close down.
Vince spots Anne walking the dog and heads over to apologise for the video mix up. He explains how Billy helped him move his stuff, and the video belongs to a friend of his. Anne congratulates him on getting his story straight with Billy, but still refuses to believe it. Vince points out that Billy wouldn't be able to lie if he tried. If she can't see that in him, then it's her loss.
The health inspector has passed the kitchen, but warns Debbie that she can't start working until her application for a permit has been approved. Debbie and Helen plead with the inspector to allow her to meet her first client deadline. He agrees so long as she applies for the permit straight away.
As the health inspector goes to leave, Holly comes in from the garden. On realising there is a dog in the house, he declares that no food prep can take place at all, and she must shut down immediately. He heads off leaving Debbie with nothing she can do.
Cath and Sarah say their goodbyes to Luke as he heads off. Sitting back on the couch, the girls comment how it's going to be weird without Luke. Vince takes the opportunity to try to impress the girls, offering to cook them dinner that evening.
Anne comes over to see Billy. He apologises for sending Vince to see her, but she admits she was wrong and apologises. He asks if they can go back to how they were before the incident and Anne agrees it would be nice. Susan takes her cue to leave, but the teens are both too timid and Anne heads home.
Susan reappears to find Billy alone. He explains he's going to see Anne later. Susan teases him for not seizing the moment, but Billy doesn't want to rush things and asks his mum to stay out of it.
Cath warns Sarah not to be won over by Vince's cooking. He brings through an Italian dish his mother taught him to make, and the girls are impressed until he reveals he used low fat everything, 'as he can't have the girls going fat on him', apparently saddle bags are not a good look. The girls are offended, and as he goes to get the wine, Cath declares they've got to get rid of him.
Holly is annoying Debbie, but Helen warns her not to be hard on Holly, as it's not her fault. Helen reminds her granddaughter if she'd done her research properly she wouldn't have got into this situation. She tells Debbie to stop feeling sorry for herself and focus on the positive things she's achieved; besides it's not like her to give up. Debbie realises what her Gran is saying and figures there must be a way to get the food to the lawyers (her client) by the following day. She just needs to find a kitchen.