- Darren and Libby enjoy their trip away together. Darren says he wants to settle down with Libby.
- Darren tells Lou he's a one woman man. Lou says they're famous last words.
- Paul shows his film in class of Darren kissing Shannon. Libby is shocked when she sees it.
Lolly is drawing while Darren asks Lou about his plans for the day. There's a loud knock at the door. Libby comes in (sporting a new haircut), and tells Darren that she doesn't want anything to do with him and she's had enough of his lies. Darren doesn't understand what Libby means. Libby says she's been made a fool of and asks her about Shannon. Darren assures her Shannon means nothing to him but Libby doesn't believe Darren's stories anymore. Libby yells at him to stay away from her and leaves. Lou asks Darren what he's done, but Darren has no idea.
Libby returns and tells Susan that she's never been so humiliated in all her life, and every second word that comes out of Darren's mouth is a lie. She explains that she saw Darren and Shannon kissing in Paul's video. She doesn't want anything to do with Darren anymore, he doesn't exist to her. Susan comforts Libby as she cries.
Erinsborough High School
Billy tells Anne and Caitlin that he'll be back in officially back in school next week. Caitlin thinks he needs his head read. Anne kisses Billy goodbye.
Inside the classroom, Miss Hicks talks to Hannah and Paul about their assignment. It was supposed to be about teamwork and she has a good mind to fail both of them, and as it is they will both be marked down considerably. She tells Paul that his work barely fit the brief, calling it voyeuristic and ungenerous. She sends them both to class and tells them to think about how good it could have been if they worked together like they were supposed to.
In the corridor Paul tells Hannah that Miss Hicks wouldn't know a good video if she saw one.
HANNAH: Just shut up, okay.
PAUL: At least mine was funny.
HANNAH: No it wasn't, it was cruel. Why did you have to have Shannon and Darren kissing? DIdn't you see how upset Libby got?
PAUL: Well I didn't make them, they did it.
HANNAH: That sucks, and if you don't know that then there are plenty of people I'd rather hang out with.
Uni- FM/Number 30
At Uni- FM, Toadie tells listeners that if they are the tenth caller they will win a $20 voucher to use at Lou's pub.
At Number 30, Nick calls into the station and wins the prize. Toadie puts on a song, and then chats with Nick. Toadie asks if Nick wants to get him sacked, because if his boss finds out that they live together he'll think it's a setup. Nick suggests Toadie bring home the voucher rather than post it out. Toadie agrees and tells Nick that next time he gets bored he should call another station.
Darren asks Susan if he can talk to Libby. Susan doesn't think it's a good idea, but Libby comes out of her bedroom and agrees to speak with Darren. Darren asks what is going on. Libby explains that Paul caught him kissing Shannon outside the coffee shop. Darren says it was nothing, they bumped into each other and Shannon was just saying goodbye. Darren says it was perfectly innocent. Libby wonders why he didn't tell her. Darren says it meant nothing. Libby yells at Darren to get out, she wants him out of this house and out of her life. He begs her not to throw away everything they have, but she closes the door on him.
Darren asks Paul what gives him the right to stick his nose in other people's business. Darren threatens him to stay out of his face or he'll find himself in a heap of trouble. Paul apologises, but Darren grabs Paul by the collar and says his pathetic apology won't change anything. Harold interrupts. He knows what Paul has done, but a grown man shouldn't pick on a young lad, it's disgraceful. He doesn't excuse Paul's actions, but Darren is hardly an innocent victim in this, and he thinks Darren should leave. He tells Darren to grow up.
After Darren leaves, Paul mouths off about Darren being a jerk, but Harold says he's disappointed in Paul. He tells Paul that the video was an invasion of privacy and he understands why Darren was annoyed. Harold does not approve of violence but he cannot excuse Paul's actions either. Harold tells Paul he has upset one of their neighbours and done irreparable damage to his own reputation. Harold says what Paul has done is morally reprehensible and he's thoroughly ashamed of him.
Darren returns home and explains to Lou what had just happened with Paul and Harold. He feels bad about almost hitting Paul, and thinks maybe Libby was right about him.
DARREN: This is so true to form, when everything is going right for me, something like this comes along.
LOU: Oh come on.
DARREN: I don't know why I bother anymore Lou.
LOU: Stop whinging and wallowing, if you've got a problem, fix it!
DARREN: Thanks for the support.
LOU: You've got my support but don't expect my sympathy because you're not going to get it. Alright, so you've messed up a few times.
DARREN: I didn't do anything wrong. I was in the wrong place at the wrong time and now everything's blown up in my face.
LOU: Darren, if you love Libby as much as you say you do, you won't fix things by sitting on your assets and beating your breast. I thought you were made of stronger stuff than that.
DARREN: Please Lou, don't give me the ‘be a man' speech.
LOU: Okay, I can see I'm wasting my breath. Anyway, I'm due at the pub. I'll leave you to enjoy your misery session.
Darren says that Libby has thrown her out of her life. Lou tells Darren to beg, to grovel, do whatever it takes. Darren doesn't think he should grovel, Libby has become so damned sure of herself, she's becoming more and more like Karl every day. Lou tells Darren to forget about Libby then.
Toadie complains about Nick winning the competition. Toadie called radio stations all the time when he was little and all he got was a lecture from his parents about the phone bill. Billy, Caitlin and Anne arrive. Toadie has heard about Billy dropping out and asks what his new job is: rocket scientist, brain surgeon, prime minister, ruler of the world? Billy says he's repeating Year 12 and he's already enrolled. Toadie thinks he's a lunatic, and also says that Billy owes him one for keeping the school open. Toadie tells them about Nick winning the competition and they all comment about how dishonest it was. Toadie invites Billy to the pub, but he can't as he's only 17. Toadie says he'll see him later, but Billy clearly feels left out.
Nick brings Toadie a drink. Toadie asks if Lou accused them of scamming, but all he did was call Nick a ‘lucky son of a gun.' Toadie says he thought that Nick was a no- fun propellerhead last week when he was giving Caitlin a hard time, so he's pleased he was wrong. Nick says he's protective of Caitlin, she needs someone to keep her in line and he's the man for the job. Darren arrives, and Toadie invites him to play a game of pool but Darren declines.
Lou asks Darren if he's grovelled yet. He hasn't, Darren wants to get some Dutch courage first. Lou advises to save it for later, if Libby gets one whiff of the demon drink in Darren's breath it'll make matters worse. Lou tells him to go for it. Darren agrees.
Toadie gets a call from his boss, Tony. One of the other presenters has laryngitis so Toadie is going to go and fill in. Toadie invites Nick to come in and see the high tech studio and he agrees.
Susan invites Darren in, telling him he's persistent. She goes to get Libby. Libby tells Darren she doesn't want to see him.
DARREN: There's so many things that I've messed up in my life and there are a hell of a lot of things I regret. Nothing comes even close to the thought of losing you. I love you more than I've loved anyone, please can you just give me a chance to make it up to you. Just whatever it is, just anything, anything to make you believe that I love you.
Libby says she believes him, but it doesn't change anything. She loves him too, but she can't trust him anymore. Darren says they love each other, but Libby says it isn't enough. Libby tells Darren that it's over. Darren looks heartbroken and leaves.
Nick looks around while Toadie talks on- air. Toadie makes an announcement suggesting if any party animals want him and a mate around later they should give them a call. Nick laughs at it.
Anne and Billy cuddle up on the sofa watching a film. Billy asks Anne if she thinks he's boring without Toadie. He think it'll be weird going back to school without him. Anne says if he was boring without Toadie then she wouldn't be going out with him, she'd be going out with Toadie. Billy likes that answer and kisses her. Susan walks in to do the ironing.
ANNE: Billy's worried that he is boring without Toadie.
BILLY (embarrassed): Shut up!
SUSAN: He is. His father and I frequently remark on it.
Anne tells Billy it must be true if her mother thinks so. Billy and Anne start tickling each other.
Nick brings Toadie some drinks. Toadie says there have been no calls and thinks they should make another announcement. Nick thinks that'll sound desperate, maybe no ones listening. Tony, the station manager arrives. Toadie unknowingly switches on the microphone while they talk. Toadie invites Tony back to his house at 30 Ramsay Street for a party. As Tony leaves, Toadie realises the microphone was on, and he's just broadcast an open invitation to the party at his house and everyone knows where they live. Nick thinks if the response is anything like it was earlier then he has nothing to worry about. Toadie hopes he's right.
Darren arrives and tells Lou that begging and grovelling didn't work. Lou thinks she needs time to calm down, but Darren says she was calm. She won't change her mind this time, it's over.
Toadie and Nick drive home at night to find a large number of cars parked, and a lot of people standing outside, cheering when they see the car pull up. They gather around the car and start chanting ‘Toadie.'