Tad smashing Teabag's window and the cop catching up with them
Madge answers the phone. She tells Harold that Paul and Tad are being held by the police down the station – they've got in a mess with Teabag!
Joel dances in with Natalie. They've been out to a concert, which he enjoyed, and she's glad. She hands him a present – a CD of the music. Joel suggests he puts it on.
Phil is bemoaning the early time the trucks are coming tomorrow and wishes he had started to pack earlier. Ruth wishes that the Scullys had agreed to a thirty-day settlement, but they haven't and Phil says they should just get on with it. Hannah is looking through some of her old school projects and she doesn't know whether to take them. Phil says they only have a truck, not a fleet and she'll have to make a decision over what's really important enough to take. Hannah decides she will be taking the projects.
Tad is trying to protest but Madge and Harold are having none of it. Harold believes there is no excuse to resort to violence and it could've turned out a lot worse. Harold has to pay for the new window. Paul thinks it sucks – after all Teabag's done and he gets away with it while they get caught. He concedes it was stupid but they were so mad! Paul asks if he can go, but Harold says they won't be going anywhere tonight. Paul protests that Hannah goes to Darwin the day after next and he wants to spend time with her. Harold says he should have thought of that when he was vandalising Teabag's house. Madge thinks that Paul's right and he's being a bit harsh. But Harold doesn't want them to turn out like ‘that wretched boy'.
Joel asks Natalie about the CDs he leant her – she enjoyed the Catatonia (so 90s!) but she's a little bit iffier about the Chemical Brothers. Joel is glad they have some musical tastes in common. She says they have more than that in common, such as sailing. They could take her friend's yacht out for the weekend. She has to go and thanks him for the food. He talks about cooking at her place and she says they've talked about it. He understands and she says ‘Good Boy' and leaves.
Paul gets up from the table and goes to the front door. Harold follows him, asking where he thinks he's going. He storms out and Harold goes out, shouting ‘Paul' after him, very displeased.
Hannah bundles a pile of clothes into a box, which Phil had thought were for the Salvos. There's a knock and it's Paul, telling her that Harold's on the warpath. He wants to go to Grease Monkeys to spend some time together. There's another knock – it's Harold and he wants Paul home, now. Paul says he's going out with Hannah. Then Phil appears and well and truly dampens their plans, saying Hannah has to stay and pack. Paul reluctantly leaves with Harold.
The next morning Phil announces they've put the truck back until the afternoon. Madge is helping them to pack. They talk about how stressful it is. She brings up about having a farewell ‘do' for them, but they haven't thought of anything and will have to wait and see. Madge apologises for the fuss between Paul and Harold. Hannah appears and asks Ruth whether she's been ‘messing' in her room. Ruth says she's been packing, as Hannah's been so slow with it. Hannah announces Helen's ring is missing. Ruth says she would never throw it out. Hannah says if she doesn't find it she won't be going to Darwin.
The Coffee Shop
Tad tells Paul they should drop the Teabag thing but he doesn't agree. Harold asks whether they're going to have enough time to get to school as he ‘doesn't want them to arrive there late' and they say yes, Paul adding that they're not ‘going to arrive there late' in a obvious display of teen cheekiness and disrespect. Madge asks Harold about arranging a farewell for Phil and Ruth, but Harold has other things on his mind – teenagers, for instance. The door opens and Natalie appears, giving a teenage boy, her son Liam, his lunch and embarrassing him in front of all his mates. After she's gone, Paul and Tad wander over, saying they didn't realise she was his mum. He must know Joel then. Liam says he's her barman and Tad says that he's a bit more than that. Liam is confused. Paul says they might have got it wrong. Liam says they have and they'd better shut up about it. They leave.
Ruth is opening boxes with Phil – she hasn't found the ring yet and if she doesn't she knows Hannah will blame her for losing it. Phil says when they get to Darwin they'll open the boxes and it'll be there. It's an emotional time for Hannah – for all of them. There's the sound of a truck and Phil says now for the fun part. As he goes out Ruth looks to the side, deep in thought.
Liam is putting things in his locker and comes across Tad and Paul, asking if they've been spreading rumours about his mum and Joel. He's been getting ribbed for his mum going out with younger guys. Tad says it isn't their fault. Liam warns them not to say anything else about it. Hannah appears, having cleared out her locker. Paul promises her that there's no way Harold is keeping them apart tonight.
They go into the class and Tad runs over to Paul, telling him ‘any minute now.' Teresa comes in and goes to wipe the blackboard clean, but the duster has drawing pins in it – she is not amused.
The Coffee Shop
Harold's had an inquiry about whether they do flowers and thinks they can cash in. Madge says they'll get their act together. She mentions the Martins leaving and asks him to ease up on Paul. But Harold only will when Paul changes his attitude and not before.
The class ends. Teresa gives the drawing pins to Tad and tells him to try something more original next time. The class laughs. Hannah appears to walk home with them. Then Teabag emerges. He wants a ‘special word' with them.
Continuing on from where we left off (after a nice slide of Erinsborough High), Teabag says he thought they were going to cry when the cops showed up and Tad retaliates, saying it won't be so funny when he gets busted. Teabag came to see Hannah – to say goodbye. He gives her a bracelet, wrapped in bag. She looks at it and Teresa appears, telling him to leave. Teabag tells Hannah she's ‘pretty good for a chick' and leaves.
The Coffee Shop
Harold has put in a flower order.
Natalie comes in and tells Joel that they have a ‘ghost ship' to go on. Liam comes in and sees his mum talking to Joel with their arms around each other. He stares at them and leaves.
Paul is angry Teabag gave her a bracelet and Hannah says Ally's giving her a going-away present. Paul thinks that's different – she's her best friend. Harold arrives home and Hannah says it's her last walk home from Erinsborough High - she never thought she'd miss it. Paul asks if it's all she's going to miss.
Harold demands he comes in - now, right this minute (y'know in that annoying Harold Bishop way). Paul goes in.
Harold says his attitude can't go on, but Paul wants to do his own stuff sometimes. He says he can't, when he defies him. Paul says he wouldn't understand – he's going to miss Hannah so much. Harold does understand, but he tells him it's no excuse. Paul apologises, and Harold tells him to go and see her. Paul runs to his room, but pauses to thank him.
Hannah walks in to a darkened, empty Number 26. She looks around, calling for her dad and Ruth. The emptiness is all too much for her. She sits on the steps, a little teary. Ruth appears, saying she's just been down to the depot, but notices she's upset. Hannah explains it's hit her, they're really going. Ruth says it's only natural and hugs her. Then she stands and she gives her the ring – saying she remembered which box she put it in. Hannah thanks her and hugs her.
Joel is on the phone to his mum, telling her how nice Natalie is. There's a knock at the door and he has to hang up. He opens it to find Liam standing there, asking what's going on with him and Natalie. He wants to know and Joel admits they're going out. Liam thinks it's disgusting and he should find someone his own age. He tells him to stay away and leaves.