Writer: Ray Kolle
Director: Jovita O'Shaughnessy
Peter Hannay: Nick Carrafa
Geri Hallet: Isabella Dunwill
Chloris Mott: Lise Rodgers
Damien Smith: John Ridley
Dahl: Trained by Jason Hura
Sarah tells Libby that she's a fool not to realise that Drew's in love with her and that she's in love with him.
Libby tells Sarah that she's the last person she'd talk to about her love life and they are interrupted by Drew of all people who's come to tell Sarah that he's found her a good church for the wedding. Libby leaves and Drew asks what he's walked in on. Sarah tells him and he's not too pleased that she bought it up. Libby goes to see Drew later and tells him how embarrassed she is that everyone knows about what's happening between the two of them. Drew finally retaliates and tells her that he's never going to tell her about his feelings again. He later storms into Number 28 and makes it clear to Libby that he's fed up with the way she's treating him, she stays silent at last!
Drew takes Lolly to her swimming class and meets Joel's-ex, Geri, who's teaching there. She tells him that she'd like him to come back again and so will all the mothers who seem to have enjoyed the view! He says he feels a bit uncomfortable around her because of the Joel thing, but she says there's no need because that was over ages ago.
Peter gets some good news from his parents - he's got an inheritance coming and even though it's not a fortune, he can afford to buy Sarah her dream wedding dress... unfortunately though, when she gets to the shop with Amy, the dress she had her eye on has already been sold. Sarah is upset but the assistant shows them both another dress that they are just as impressed with.
Sarah bumps into Karl in Ramsay Street. He tells her that he's pleased things have worked out so well for her, she says it's taken a while but she feels she is finally ready to move on and put the past behind her.
Karl goes to see Harold about buying the motorbike that he's selling (someone left it to him in a will). He shows him a cheque but Harold shouts at him to stop bothering him about it.
Amy, Bill and Anne plan an evening out. Her boyfriend, Damien, is going and Amy says they could invite Lance if they wanted to. Anne and Bill ask him but Lance is not at all keen, Anne says it would be a good chance to prove he and Amy can be mature around each other. Lance later decides to go when Anne suggests that he could invite Megan along. Amy tells Anne that her and Damien are planning to move in together, Lance eavesdrops and thinks that the whole situation is hilarious and there's no chance it would work out. They all meet later at the pub (minus Megan who's meeting them at a club afterwards) and Anne congratulates Amy and Damien on deciding to move in together, Damien looks rather confused at the mention of it.
Damien pulls Amy aside as they leave and asks her what on earth she's been telling her friends, he knows nothing about them moving in together. He says he can't understand why she didn't correct her friends and he's not going out with anyone who's pretending there's more going on between them than there actually is.