Writer: Ben Marshall
Director: T. Grant Fenn
Peter Hannay: Nick Carrafa
Barry Glen: Martin Cole
Drew's mum telling Libby that she and Drew make a lovely couple and she's never seen him look happier.
Libby tells Drew what his mum has been hinting at. He tries to tell her that his mum just wants to see one of her kids married and since Stu (the eldest) isn't showing any signs she's turned her attention to him.
The Coffee Shop
Harold, Susan and Karl are discussing the poetry competition they've just heard Toadie announce on Uni FM.
Sarah comes home asking Toadie and Joel if Peter has called, but no he hasn't, so Toadie gets the ice-cream out. They mention the poetry competition to her and suggest she call Peter.
Harold is showing Karl and Susan some love poetry he wrote years ago. They begrudgingly offer comments of it being personal, provocative, torture even. Harold is ecstatic at their comments, but they just want the ground to open up and swallow them.
No. 28 (next morning)
Toadie comes over to try and get Susan to help judge the entries they hope will arrive. Susan suggests some reverse psychology to attract more entries. Karl gladly shows him Harold's love poems he left for Susan to read. Toadie tells them he'll read them out on the air that afternoon.
Karl is telling Lou the lab results haven't come in yet. Lou say's he'll blame Tad if the “Pear Passion” is found to be the cause of the virus outbreak.
A parcel has arrived for Sarah from Peter. Inside is a tape, a chocolate cake and a letter. The letter tells her he wants to meet later to share the cake with her.
The Coffee Shop
Madge and Lou are trading insults about each other's products for the source of the virus outbreak. Toadie starts to read out one of Harold's poems and they both stop to listen.
Drew is showing Libby around the rodeo. She is subtly daring him to enter the rodeo.
The Coffee Shop
Madge is listening to Toadie read more of Harold's love poems on the radio, not looking very impressed. Eventually Harold's voice comes over the radio wanting to know why Toadie is reading his poems out.
Peter is sitting with Karl and Susan discussing MSF when Sarah comes in. Peter invites Karl and Susan to join them for drinks, which causes a bit of tension.
Harold comes home to get “The Spanish Inquisition” from Madge about his love poems. All he wants to know is how Toadie got hold of them in the first place and is thinking Karl was behind it, whilst Madge just wants to know who the mystery woman is in his poems.
Joe, Toadie and Joel are listening to Lou dissecting the scene before them – Karl and Susan having drinks with Peter and Sarah.
Harold is telling Madge who the woman is behind his love poems – the hospital tea lady! He tells her he loves her and she has nothing to worry about.
Libby is moaning to Drew that everyone is assuming she is his “chick.” A mate of his (Barry) comes over to say hello. Libby wanders why everyone seems to know about her already. Turns out his mum is the one responsible for it.
Peter and Sarah are relaxing drinking champagne. He wants to know the story behind the frosty atmosphere earlier in the pub with Karl and Susan, but she tells him it isn't important. Just as they are about to kiss Toadie and Joel come in and wreck the atmosphere but quickly excuse themselves to their bedrooms. When they depart they eventually kiss.
Karl and Susan are discussing Peter's career at MSF. Karl lets slip that he (Peter) has got everything Karl wants. He really means Peter's career but Susan picks it up as meaning Sarah and just looks at him.