Bill tells Anne that he wants her right out of his life.
There's chaos in the classroom as Tess and Susan walk in but Susan soon calms them down. Susan announces that the school magazine has arrived and leaves Tess to teach. Instantly, the class descends into disarray but Tess tries to get them to quieten down as she passes out the magazine. Hannah glances through it and remarks that they've printed the tragic love essay Paul wrote about her. Paul retorts that he didn't write it and he only told her that because she thought it was romantic - he wrote about motorbikes. Tess stops the two bickering by sending Paul over to the other side of the classroom, much to Tad's upset who was enjoying the entertainment. Tess tells him that his over active mind can provide all of the entertainment needed, although Tad insists that his mind isn't over active. Tess agrees, saying it's definitely not active in a useful way, which floors Tad.
Lou catches Harold snooping in Ruth and Phil's bin and wants an explanation. Harold explains that due to the move, Phil's emptying his bin at the local tip on a daily basis and as his own bin's full, he thought he'd pop a bag or two into Phil's. Lou asks him if he found anything interesting in the bin, following his earlier snoops but Harold is very indignant and walks off.
Toadie is pleased about gaining some free cds that he's got through his radio show but Bill's down about Anne. Toadie can't believe that Bill's told Anne that he wants her out of his life completely. Bill says that being friends never works but Toadie points out that some people are capable of being mature. To cheer him up, Toadie suggests a night of beer and footie - but on a serious note, he reminds him they're best mates and there are times they need each other. In a blokey macho way, of course.
Lou carts a huge bag of rubbish to Phil's bin, just as Phil and Ruth appear from the house. Phil asks what he's doing and Lou explains that his bin's full before apologising and admitting he should've asked first. Phil abruptly tells him that it's fine, as long as he doesn't make a habit of it and the two coldly wish each other a good day. Ruth comments, "How pathetic." Phil says that it's very "Lou" but it's not the worst crime in the world but Ruth informs him that she was talking about the way Lou and Phil reacted to each other. She tells Phil that they'll be gone soon and he'll regret not making up. Phil insists that he tried and he got nowhere. Ruth tells him that things have calmed down since but Phil shrugs her off, saying that if Lou wants to make up, that's fine but he's not making the first move again.
Tad and Paul are stressing over what Paul should do over Hannah as they bike into the allotment. As they get there, they see that it's been totally wrecked. The pair are aghast and Paul points out that Harold's going to freak.
Toadie and Bill are preparing for their night out, saying how no women are to be involved when Charlie calls Toadie. Charlie invites Toadie out and Bill gives him permission to go on a date instead. Toadie's psyched as Bill leaves.
Phil is on the phone confirming that the Scully's have agreed to buy the house and everyone bar Hannah is happy. They start to suss out the family buying their house.
Harold is crestfallen at the state of the allotment. Tad says it wasn't him and Paul adds that it must have been Teabag, which Harold has already worked out. What Harold can't work out though is why he's doing it to him.
Hannah is still mad at Paul and moaning to Anne about it. Anne says the long distance romance doesn't work and urges her to make up with Paul before she leaves. Hannah isn't so sure and surprisingly says she's going to miss her chats with Anne. She now urges Anne to make up with Billy, so Anne tells her what Billy said. Hannah asks if she's only going out with Fanto to see what it is like to go out with another guy, so Anne tells her to lay of the psychology.
The Coffee Shop
Tad is now trying to get Hannah and Paul back together. Susan enters TCS and a couple of girls (who are reading the magazine article) start giggling and older customers stare at her. Tad goes over and "politely" tells the girls to stop, then depends Susan when Hannah has a go at him. Hannah now twigs that the ‘SK' Tad was referring to a while ago stands for Susan Kennedy. Tad wants to die now and leaves as Paul comes in to talk to her.
Billy wants the gossip on Charlie. He's a bit reluctant, considering the state of Billy's love life and not wanting to hurt his feelings but Billy tells him to say it, so Toadie gives him the long-winded version of ‘he's in love and he's happy'. Billy then knocks back his suggestion of going out to stay in and watch the footy, until Toadie reminds him that there is no electricity! Doh!
The Coffee Shop
It's truth time between Paul and Hannah. Paul says he'd never cheat on her and reluctantly they agree to part as friends.
Susan calls round to invite Ruth out for a farewell night out, despite Ruth's protest at the amount of packing still to be done. Ruth and Phil are still packing, trying to decide what to take and what to pass on to someone else. She subtly suggests to him to make up with Lou before they go but Phil tells her that he did nothing wrong and it is up to Lou to make the first move.
Tad, Paul and Hannah are trying to come up with a plan to get back at Teabag but Harold and Madge come over and tell them to stop. When they leave to go to their concert, Tad changes direction and wants to go after Mrs Bell instead. Paul and Hannah rib him up instead about Susan until he sulks off.
Billy and Toadie with the aid of Lou's generator are watching the footy. Ruth calls round to talk about Phil and "suggests" to him that Phil needs to see him, but Lou would rather bury his head in the sand.
Tad is unsuccessfully trying to do stunts on his bike as Susan and Ruth leave for their night out.
Phil is listening to the footy on the radio when Lou calls round following Ruth's "instructions" and wants to know why he's needed.