Lance accuses Amy of conning him into believing she's dancing with a cute guy at ballroom classes.
Lance meeting the cute guy from ballroom classes.
Lance agreeing to go ballroom dancing with Amy.
Toadie wanting to chat up girls at the pool.
Toadie hitting his head on the side of the pool, being knocked unconscious.
Billy and Caitlin jumping in to save Toadie's life.
The Swimming Pool
Billy and Cait drag Toadie out the pool and lay him on the floor, into the recovery position. Billy checks his breathing, and Toadie's not breathing at all. Billy gives his mate mouth to mouth, and Toadie coughs up water, and starts to breathe, looking rather red and shocked.
Amy and Lance return home, and Lance is complaining that he's had to sign up for ballroom classes, doing it as a favour to Amy! Lance really isn't keen, but Amy's thrilled - so as long as Lance knows that there are other guys there, he feels okay about it, even if he is unco-ordinated. Amy and he dance, and Amy tells him this is a really big deal to her, and she thinks he's ace.
The Swimming Pool
Toadie is catching his breath, and trying to talk too much. Billy tells him to go to hospital, but Toadie's not at all keen. Jack the lifeguard is being yelled at by his boss for talking to the girls and not paying attention to the pool, and therefore not stopping Toadie from mucking about. He is sacked from his job, and the boss pays Billy and Caitlin compliments over their actions, offering them jobs as lifeguards if they want one.
Darren and Libby are getting ready to watch a video, with tissues and coffee. Darren had taped the film for her from last Monday, and Libby is thrilled, but it turns out that Toadie recorded football over it! At that moment, Toadie returns home with Billy, Caitlin and Anne. Lou offers to take time off from the pub to look after Toadie, but he says he's okay, so Lou goes to the pub with Darren and Libby in tow.
Lou is talking about the dangers of pools and swimming, and Libby recalls a time when Billy nearly drowned! Chatting at the bar, Libby notices Ben's helmet behind the bar, thinking it's in bad taste, having the helmet there as a trophy when Ben's still so ill. Lou says that it's a tribute to a sporting hero, celebrating the fact that he has survived, acknowledging his fighting spirit. Darren doesn't know what to think, but Lou is adamant - the helmet saved Ben's life, and that alone makes it special.
Toadie, Anne and Billy are watching TV, but Toadie is playing the patient act very well, and demanding another drink. Bill lets Anne have the remote control, and Toadie notices that tomorrow, all day, there's a 60s show marathon, and he'd like to watch it.
Anne gives up with the TV and hands the remote back to Bill. Toadie thinks that he's been ripped off - he thought he was supposed to see a white light when he was dying, and he saw nothing. But on a serious note, he thanks Bill for saving his life, and Billy tells him he won't let him forget it, either!
Amy is rabbiting on about ballroom dancing competitions, and Lance is playing on the computer, not paying much attention - they haven't even had their first dancing lesson yet. Amy tells Lance that she wants to tell everyone about him agreeing to dance with her, and Lance isn't happy about it; he's only doing it for her and so she doesn't dance with Perry - he doesn't want the world to know as he'll never live it down.
Amy ignores him and says it's just for fun, when Billy and Anne return home from Toadie's. They tell Lance and Amy about the 60s marathon on TV, but Lance says they can't go because, erm, because - he's going to meet Amy's grandma. That was a quick excuse, and Lance looks gutted that he's missing out.
It's the following morning at the 60s marathon, and Anne, Bill and Toadie are eating breakfast watching TV. They woke Darren up, and he's not pleased about being woken up by the television, and neither is Lou - who was woken up by Darren's shouting. Anne has to get going to school, and Billy and Toadie remain on the sofa, making fun of Darren.
Anne meets Caitlin in the street to walk to school together, and Cait asks after Toadie and how he is. Anne compliments Caitlin on her bravery for saving Toadie, and the two seem to be bonding as friends.
Lou asks Darren what he's doing today, but they can hardly be heard, as Toadie and Billy watch the marathon *really* loudly, with no respect to the fact that Darren's making a phonecall. He eventually loses it with them, and asks them to be quiet. They continue to mock him, and Darren looks more and more furious as he stays on the phone.
The Coffee Shop
Amy and Lance chat at the table about the dancing; Lance is still nervous. Caitlin comes in and asks if Lance will come to the hospital after school, but Lance says he has to go to Toadie's to watch cable. As they leave, Anne comes in and meets Caitlin, who asks her to the hospital with her. Anne says she'll squeeze in a visit before she goes to Toadie's. Caitlin says that Lance is going to the cable marathon, too, and Anne smells a rat - Lance said he was going to see Amy's grandma...
Billy and Toadie are still being very very loud and watching TV. Darren is not amused, especially when he finds out he had a phonecall, and Toadie can't remember who called, and wrote the number down on a piece of paper which is now stuck together with chewing gum. Toadie and Billy think it's all hysterical, with no realisation of what this means for Darren. Libby turns up, and reassures Darren that this is just a child phase that Bill and Toadie are going through.
Lance has dressed for the occasion, in a T-shirt, footie top, and lycra shorts. Amy thinks he looks sexy, and Anne turns up, too - why did they lie to them about where they're going?? Amy tells Anne that they've both joined a gym and are late for a training session.
Darren and Libby arrive, and Darren demands to talk to Lou about Toadie. He tells Lou that he couldn't get any work done with Toadie and Billy watching TV all day - he's been the same since he's been there, never taking phone messages, being a slob, being inconsiderate. Darren says he's tolerant, but Toadie needs some house rules. Lou doesn't agree - Toadie just needs room to grow out of it.
Anne and Caitlin walk down the street, and Anne tells Cait that Amy lied again and said they were off to a gym. They arrive at number 22 and Anne invites Caitlin to join them to watch the marathon together. Aw.
Inside the house, Toadie's head is hurting as soon as there's someone at the door, and Billy answers it. It's Anne and Caitlin from the previous scene. Toadie celebrates his life being saved, and the kids muck about, fighting over the remote, and eating food non-stop. Darren and Libby return home to find the place exactly as they left it; Darren isn't amused.
The Coffee Shop
Amy and Lance are putting some music on, and Lance admits that he enjoyed himself at the dancing. Unfortunately for Amy, Perry comes in with his girlfriend, and Lance confronts him about why he wasn't at the ballroom dancing class. Perry girlfriend laughs at the thought of him ballroom dancing, and Perry admits that he only said he did to help Amy out - pretending that he was interested to make Lance want to do it.
Lance is livid that Amy has played games with him yet again, and treated him like an idiot. He tells her to find someone else to push around - he's had enough.