- Philip accuses Harold of not returning the $200 he owed him. Hannah admits that Harold gave her the money and she lost it. She paid Philip out of her savings.
- Caitlin challenges Billy to dive from the high board, followed by swimming the length of the pool nude.
- The coach catches them not doing what they were meant to be doing and tells them to get out of the pool.
Billy and Caitlin explain to Simon, that they can't get out of the pool. Simon realises they don't have their gear on and angrily tells them to get their clothes on.
Hannah apologises again. Phil says he's angry that she lied to him, she should have been upfront about it from the start.
The Coffee Shop
Karl and Sarah are on their way to practise for their golf tournament. Sarah's sure she is going to make fools of both of them, but Karl thinks she's doing very well for a beginner.
As they leave, Lance arrives and joins Amy. He's spoken to his mum about Amy staying over and it's a definite maybe. Amy says they need to convince Ruth that they can be trusted. Lance says Ruth remembers what it was like to be their age and it'll take a lot for her to trust them.
Simon lectures Billy and Caitlin for their attitude. Billy thinks they needed a break. Caitlin says if he needs to blame someone, he should blame her as it was her suggestion. Simon suggests something else is going on, they're clearly willing to lie for each other and skinny dipping together is quite personal. They assure Simon that they are just friends and nothing else is going on, Billy has a girlfriend. Simon asks if his girlfriend knows that he goes skinny dipping with other girls. Simon says the council lend them the pool, and as Billy works there he could easily have gotten fired for it. Simon suspends them from training until next week, and tells them if they do something like that again they will be off the squad.
Caitlin and Billy arrive late and Susan notes that she never thought he'd leave that pool.
SUSAN: How was training?
BILLY: Wet. What's for dinner?
SUSAN: Water was a bit colder than usual was it? Or maybe it was hot water you found yourself in?
SUSAN: Yes I would think you are!
Susan explains that she called Simon when she didn't know where they were and he told her what Billy did. Susan hopes they both learnt a valuable lesson. Caitlin and Billy apologise. Susan tells them dinner will have to wait until Karl gets back. Anne arrives, asking to hang out for a bit as her mum has gone out with Phil. Susan offers for Anne to stay for dinner. Anne asks how training was, Billy and Caitlin look at each other, panicking about what to say.
Amy and Lance arrive at the door, saying they're going to have to lay on the charm extra thick for Ruth. Lance thinks Ruth will see through it, but Amy thinks she'll be able to get away with it. Lance and Amy go inside to an empty house, finding a note from Ruth that she's going out with Phil and has left dinner in the fridge.
Billy begs Susan not to tell Anne, but Susan won't do his dirty work for him.
BILLY: You make it sound like I've done something wrong.
SUSAN: If you haven't, why can't you tell her about it?
BILLY: You know what she's like, she'll take it the wrong way. All I'm trying to do is save on arguments.
SUSAN: More like save yourself a confession, not to mention severe embarrassment.
ANNE (arriving from the other room): Who's severely embarrassing?
(As they awkwardly look to each other, Karl enters through the front door.)
BILLY: Dad, he thinks he's a golfer.
Karl apologises for being late, telling them they'd be amazed at how many sand traps you find when you're with a beginner. Susan wishes he'd rung, the green vegetables are now yellow. He says he'll make it up to her when they win the Lassiters Cup.
KARL: Sarah's not that bad, as long as everyone else who's in the tournament goes around with a rank amateur as a partner then I've got a very good chance of victory.
ANNE (to Susan): Champion golfer, champion swimmer, how privileged are we?
SUSAN (coldly): Indeed.
KARL: Yeah. Well don't worry when we've made it we won't forget you.
SUSAN: That's comforting.
Amy and Lance are kissing on the couch, when they hear a noise. Lance panics that his mum and Phil are back, but it's only Bonnie.
Anne thanks Susan for dinner. Karl passes Anne a golf ball that he found on the course. Anne needs to head home and Billy walks her back to her house. Karl asks Susan if he detected a note of tension earlier. Susan tells him about Billy and Caitlin being caught skinny dipping and she's given Billy a lecture about being honest with Anne. Karl says when he was talking about tension, he meant between the two of them. Susan says a phone call if he knew he would be late would have been nice.
KARL: So, am I in the bad books or the really bad books?
SUSAN: What about the ‘you're forgiven but don't ever do it again' books?
KARL: Fair enough.
Karl asks Susan out for dinner tomorrow night as they could have something to celebrate, such as her interview. Susan is evasive about the details of the interview.
Billy and Anne arrive to find Lance and Amy home alone.
BILLY: What's that? The Lance and Amy show?
ANNE: Yes, good wholesome family entertainment I'm sure.
LANCE: Very funny, if you must know, nothing happened.
AMY: Yes, I tried to seduce Lance but he turned me down.
BILLY: Oh my god, (to Lance) are you okay?
LANCE: I'm fine. And if mum asks you, you're going to tell her exactly the same thing, alright?
ANNE: What, that Amy tried to seduce you?
LANCE: That nothing happened.
Amy's taxi arrives to take her home and Lance walks her out. Billy tells Anne that Simon's suspended him for a few days because he and Caitlin were mucking around in the pool. He checks if Anne is okay with that and she's pleased she won't have to share him with a swimming pool for a few days. He thinks he should get into trouble more often. They kiss.
Karl is surprised to see Sarah in early. She's cramming as she has an exam on later this week. Karl apologises for distracting her with the golf training. Sarah asks for him to help her practise for her exams, but he has to decline as he has dinner plans with Susan. Susan has her interview today, but he's not sure if it means Susan will be closer to home as it's all a bit secretive. Karl says he'll ring Susan and ask for a definite time for dinner, then they could squeeze in an hour of revision before.
Erinsborough High School
Lance tells Amy that his mum is very close to starting the Amy Greenwood fan club, she was very impressed that they were able to cook dinner, tidy up and fluff up the cushions on the couch themselves. Lance says they just need to keep this up a bit longer and then Ruth will let Amy stay.
In a classroom Anne joins Caitlin, talking about them being suspended from swimming.
CAITLIN: Well if mucking around with you clothes on can get you suspended, then mucking around with no clothes on is worse.
ANNE: I'm sorry?
CAITLIN: What exactly did Billy tell you?
ANNE: I think it's what he didn't tell me which matters.
Billy and Anne whisper to each other about the skinny dipping, but the teacher tells them off for whispering in class. They start up again, Billy assures Anne that nothing is going on, and accuses Anne of going off on a ‘paranoia trip.' Mrs Graves asks if they'd like to share it with the rest of the class. She sends them to have their personal discussion outside in the corridor and then they can make the time up after class.
Susan arrives with lunch for Karl, chatting to Sarah about the golf tournament, before she heads inside. Karl asks Sarah how the interview went. She says that they want her. She's going to be principal of Erinsborough High, effective immediately. Karl says that is terrific news, but he looks a bit shocked.
Erinsborough High School
In the corridors, Anne asks Billy why he felt the need to skinny dip with Caitlin, meanwhile inside the classroom, Lance, Amy and the rest of the class can hear the argument. Mrs Graves tells the class to settle down. Billy assures Anne that he isn't trying to crack on to Caitlin. Mrs Graves comes out and tells them that she and the class have heard their discussion. She tells the two of them to get back into class and shut up. The class laugh as they enter, and the teacher makes Lance and Billy swap seats. Lance is struggling to stop laughing as the teacher begins the discussion on grace and sin.
Susan explains why she applied for the job and why she didn't want to get Karl's hopes up about it. She feels guilty as she hasn't done the right thing by Wangaretta. Karl suggests she contact them immediately. She says she wants to drive up there right away to explain in person, which means they'll need to postpone their dinner. Susan kisses Karl goodbye and says goodbye to Sarah and that Karl will tell her the good news. Karl tells Sarah that Susan is heading up to Wangaretta tonight so he can help her with her homework. He also tells her about Susan being appointed principal of Erinsborough High. Sarah half- heartedly smiles and says that's great. As Karl goes into his office, neither he nor Sarah look pleased by the news.
The Coffee Shop
Lance and Amy tell Hannah about Anne and Billy's argument, Hannah finds it very funny. Caitlin and Billy arrive.
LANCE: Woo, guys, if you're looking for your bathers I really don't think you'll find them in here.
BILLY: Lance. Go through puberty.
Amy says that Billy was the one accusing her and Lance of being up to no good. She asks Lance and Hannah what the saying is about the pot and the kettle, and they get into a small discussion about it before Amy gives up interest. Amy tells Billy he should have brought a camera as heaps of people at school would have loved to see it. Anne arrives to see Billy with Caitlin, saying she should have known. She accuses Billy of avoiding her.
BILLY: I'm not avoiding, I just value my head and I don't want it bitten off.
ANNE: All I want you to do is tell me the truth.
BILLY: I am. You just won't believe me.
ANNE: So if I hadn't found out through Caitlin, would you have told me? (Billy pauses.) I rest my case.
BILLY: Well if I had said something would you have given me the benefit of the doubt? (Anne pauses.) I rest my case.
Anne says she'd have been angry but it would have been better to have heard it from him rather than from Caitlin.
ANNE: The fact that you didn't tell me is only half of it. I don't know why you did it in the first place.
BILLY: Fine (Billy starts to leave.)
ANNE: Don't you walk away from me!
BILLY: What is the point? You obviously don't trust me!
ANNE: Can you blame me?
BILLY: Look I've got better things to do, okay, like having a good long hard think about whether you and I are actually worth all the trouble!