Episode title: Episode 3356
Australian airdate: 26/7/99
UK airdate: 7/10/99
Writer: John Hanlon
Director: Tony Osicka
Geri Hallett: Isabella Dunwill
Bob: Trained by Anne Hura
Dahl: Trained by Jason Hura
Summary/Images by: Alan/Alan
Geri talks to Joel at the pub about Drew - she asks him if he's seeing anyone. Joel says not exactly. Geri pesters him and he reveals, to her surprise, that Drew had his eye on Libby. Susan jokes sarcastically about the post with Karl. He says they have to talk about things rationally - she says nothing's going to change until he admits how he really feels about Sarah.
Karl tells Susan he was relieved when Sarah rode away from the church. Susan mentions the letter again and emphasises that it was addressed to him specifically. He tries to get her to read it but she won't. Libby comes in and hears that the argument is about Sarah, she says she can't believe they're still arguing about her. The three of them share an uncomfortable dinner. Libby tries to talk to them about what's happening but Susan tells her to stay out of it.
Joel tells Geri he was way out of line to tell her about Drew's feelings for Libby because he was told about it in confidence. Geri says it's fine, it doesn't bother her - although it's obvious it does. Drew arrives and Joel makes his excuses and leaves. Geri tries to get some information out of Drew, he skirts around the subject of his love life and doesn't mention Libby. Geri tells him that she's got heaps of studying to do and makes a hasty exit, leaving him wondering what he's done wrong.
Joel gets home and finds that Toadie's back... sporting a new beard! He says he had a great time with the law firm and even though he was a bit of a dogsbody a lot of the time, he learnt a lot. He says he's in the mood for a party or a night out raging, but Joel isn't - he fills him in on the situation with his knee and meeting Spiro. Joel tells Toadie that he's also feeling bad about breaking a friend's confidence. Libby comes over and they all share an evening of takeaway and chat! They philosophise about fate, freedom and other things. Toadie talks about how he had food poisining after getting all prepared to go to the wedding, Joel says he missed a great day. He says that Tad called and filled him in, although he probably made up a lot. Joel mentions Karl and Sarah turning up together and Toadie says he thought Tad made that up! Libby looks quite uncomfortable at the mention of it. She asks Toadie if they can talk, but Drew comes over and she makes a rather hasty exit.
Susan walks out of the house after dinner and goes over to see Ruth. They talk about everything that's happening between her and Karl at the moment. Susan says she knows she sounds paranoid about everything but she can't help it. Ruth says that maybe the letter was innocent and Karl's telling the truth when he says Sarah is in the past. Susan says she wishes she could put it all behind her. When Libby gets home she talks to her Dad about what's going on. He asks her to read Sarah's letter, she doesn't want to but he eventually manages to get her to look at it. The next morning, Libby tells Susan about the talk she had with Karl - she says that she should really read the letter because it was nothing but a simple thank you note. Susan shouts at her to stop going on about it. Libby walks off.
Toadfish asks Joel what's happening with Drew and Libby, Joel's learnt his lesson though and won't tell him anything. Lou brings back Bob who's escaped again, he's a bit dirty and he says Sarah would be horrified if she knew they weren't looking after him like they said they would. Lou asks Toadie if Tad's coming back to stay at Number 30 because he thinks he'd be much better off staying with Harold and Madge. Drew comes over to see Joel. He talks to him about how he's not having much luck with girls at the moment. They get back on to the subject of Geri.
Drew says that Geri's all over him one minute and then cold the next. He says maybe it's something he's done. Joel says he's sure it's nothing he's done. Drew asks him what it is then.