Michelle and Cecile apologise to each other; Drew and Libby talk about Toadie and Joel dressing up and singing for their bet.
Streets of Erinsborough
Michelle spots Steph's Moco van and tries to run away but Steph has found her out and knows she isn't going to school.. Steph phones Susan to call her in sick for the morning, telling Michelle that it's better she calls in than have the school call the house and Lyn find out she's wagging.
The Coffee Shop
Toadie jokes about Harold working over at Grease Monkeys too. Toadie says to Anne that Bill is really missing her,. Anne feels ill about it - she breaks the news that she's going to transfer to Dawber. He laughs and she appreciates the irony. He asks if she's sure and she's heard the same from Lance. She hasn't thought about not getting in - if she doesn't she'll have to make the long-distance things work. Toadie says about the experience with Karen, and then tries to dig himself out a hole by saying that Anne and Bill are different from them and stand more of a chance.
Joel is with Dione - he will have to be at Uni FM soon. He says he won't be in a tutu - it's not going to happen. Toadie comes in and hopes Dione isn't in the doghouse with Carrie anymore. Joel comes back and Dione says she doesn't understand why Carrie went off Toadie. Toadie puts an arm round Joel's shoulders and asks him what it could be. Joel says it must be the rumours about Toadie and they leave, Toadie denying all gossip about himself.
Corridors of Erinsborough High
Flick says that maybe Paul should ask Emma Wilson out - he tells her to stop matchmaking. He doesn't like Emma - she's into Marilyn Manson and thus must need help, according to Battery Acid-loving Paul. Tess asks Flick about Michelle and explains that Steph rang in. Flick covers for her.
They're still 30 subscribers short. Dione has some tutus - Lou dropped them by. Dione shouts into the mic about the subscription. They say the best time to subscribe is during the next shift and make up happy hour and free meals promotions to annoy Lou. Toadie thinks they will get home and dry no problem.
The Coffee Shop
Flick has a list of good girls for Paul.. He tells her if she keeps it up he's going to be a real loser. She might as well have put an ad in the paper. Thanks for nothing!
Driving about Erinsborough
Michelle thinks Steph's job is so fun and she wants to tag along for the rest of the day. She says no way - back to school after lunch. Michelle doesn't want to go to Grease Monkeys - she'd rather eat lunch at home and Steph thinks this is down to kids from school being at Grease Monkeys. Steph hears Toadie and Joel on the radio and is going to phone her mates at the depot to call in and subscribe - no way will she pass up this opportunity to see Joel and Toadie is tutus.
The Coffee Shop
Flick and Paul look over the list, but Paul doesn't like any of them. Paul says Flick is an ice queen - everyone thinks. She leaves in a huff. Harold forgets that he and Paul have judo tonight. He isn't happy as Don isn't letting him serve veggie burgers at Grease Monkeys - sometimes he wonders who runs the place.
Steph tells Michelle that she has to stand up for herself. She talks about this girl at school that was bullied - then she hit back and they left her alone. They listen to the radio - Joel and Toadie are saying that they won't have to wear the tutus. Michelle says she hardly has enough time to get back to school - why don't they go to Uni FM and subscribe? Steph gives in, as long as she agrees to think about standing up to the girls.
The Coffee Shop
Harold is subscribing. Tess and Anne sit at a table - Anne has sent the forms off. They are left with a problem - Tess will have to get a new housemate if she leaves. Tess tells her not to worry. Harold turns up the radio - Toadie thanks a Harold Bishop for subscribing. Tess thinks she might subscribe.
Toadie laughs at Steph - nice try sending all her workmates though they pushed the number of subscribers into high numbers. Steph says the show isn't over. Then Tess appears with Anne and Michelle says that they had to see the doctor later in the afternoon. Tess hopes she'll make it to the English test tomorrow.
Joel and Toadie have come to the end of the show and haven't reached 100 subscriptions so no dancing in tutus at the Duke Of Essex- they're 2 subscribers short. Everyone laughs - Anne and Tess go to sign up, and Toadie and Joel can't believe it,. They would've gotten away with it if it hadn't been for them pesky kids!!
Michelle wishes she could come and see Toadie and Joel at the Duke of E, but Steph thinks that would be pushing it. She tells Steph she had fun - she won't tell Mum and Dad? Steph says that she'll say that Tess called and she picked her up sick from school, Michelle promises she'll stick up for herself - Steph is glad, as that's what Scullys do.
Toadie and Joel pull on their tutus. They hope it won't be busy as it's a weeknight. They'll just be in and out. Joel laughs when he sees Toadie in his outfit.
Steph tells Tess about Michelle's bullying and promises they're won't be any more sickies. Anne isn't coming to the Duke of E - she has to study but asks for photos.
Duke of Essex
Toadie and Joel walk in with big coats on with Tess, Dione and Steph. Steph goes to speak to the manager - it's show time.
Harold is on the phone to Madge. Paul goes to get the door - it's Flick, to borrow his maths book. He says maybe she should stay and talk - he's sorry about the 'Ice Queen' comment and being angry about her attempts to get him a girlfriend. It's just he felt like an idiot. She accepts it and tells him no more matchmaking.
Duke of Essex
Steph comes back and says that there's something she should tell them - tonight's not just any other night. The leader of the West Warratah bikie gang is coming with all his mates. Dione thinks he was involved in some sort of shoot out. Toadie thinks he's being wound up. Just then the door bursts open and a loud bikie crew comes in. Joel and Toadie look ever so slightly concerned.