The cricket team celebrating their win.
Flick asking Tad to cover for her to her parents while she goes out.
Tad wants to know what's in it for her, but Flick wants him to do it out of friendship. Tad isn't keen - Joe would kill him if he found out and he doesn't know what he'd say to Harold. Tad reluctantly says he'll think about it and Flick says she'll see him later.
The team has run out of beer so they decide to go down to the pub, but Joe realises he can't because he's got an important meeting in the morning.
Michelle comes into the kitchen and Lyn asks her how it's going at school. Michelle reckons the bullying stuff is old news now.
Tad is on the phone to Paul and telling him off for not sorting things with Simone before he left. He tells Paul to phone Simone. Harold arrives home, so Tad wraps up the phonecall. He tells Harold that he and Flick might go and see an old movie for school. The phone rings and it's Flick - Tad tells her in code that he'll meet her in a while.
Steph is just heading down to the pub with Tess and Joe is tempted to go, but says he will keep his word about staying home with Lyn.
Tess isn't keen to go to the pub because it's a school night, but she agrees in the end. Steph wants to know where the "delicious Daniel" is and has Tess caught him in the shower yet(!) Tess says she hasn't really noticed his hunkiness, but Steph doesn't believe her.
Tad has arrived and Flick is trying to persuade Joe to let her go to the film. He finally agrees but just then Michelle invites herself along, much to Flick's horror. But Lyn puts the kibosh on Michelle going and she stomps off to her room. Flick and Tad head off. Joe's worried that Tad will take a shine to Flick.
Steph and Tess have arrived. Just then Joe comes in and Steph rolls her eyes to see him there. Joe says he just came in to pick up a pizza(!) and has come in for a quick drink on the way. Steph says that Lyn will be able to smell it, so he agrees and sadly heads off. He's clearly desperate to hang out with the cricket team though.
The Coffee Shop
Tad is very bored and making a pyramid out of polystyrene cups, but just then Joe comes in, much to his horror. He hides in the kitchen.
Harold is telling Lou that he's not enjoying running Grease Monkeys - because it's a franchise, it's too constrained. Lou suggests finding a manager via an employment agency. Lou tells Harold that he's heading north - Lauren and her husband are going on a second honeymoon.
Joe and Michelle are eating pizza and watching TV. Joe tells her bullies are the losers really and Michelle must stand up to them. Joe hears a noise at the door but gets suspicious when it doesn't open.
Scullys' Front Door
Flick thanks Tad for covering for her. She gives him a hug, but just then Joe opens the door and doesn't look pleased.
Scullys, the following morning
Flick is telling Joe off for being embarrassing last night. Apparently he shouted at Tad. Steph comes in and asks what's going on with Flick and Tad and Flick insists that they're just friends (this is actually true!)
The Coffee Shop
Tad and Flick come in and Harold asks what he thought of the movie last night. They have to waffle through since they haven't actually seen the movie and Harold has(!)
Lou comes in to ask Harold to water the garden while he's away. Harold starts talking about Meredith and Lou gets a bit edgy and leaves quickly.
Tess is on the phone telling Brendan that she can't meet him - she's too busy. She puts the phone down and it starts to ring again, but she ignores it.
The bullies are corner Michelle and tell her they hope she's got a bike pump.
Lou is finding a place to display the cricket trophy and tells Lyn, Steph and Joe that he's going to donate his $1000 bet winnings to the team. Joe tells Lou that he's had the results of his land survey and it turns out that ALL of the properties in Ramsay Street are out by 46cm.
Tad and Flick are chatting about Simone and her love for Paul - Tad still isn't pleased Paul has left him with the mess.
A bully (Cecile) tries to spray perfume in Michelle's face and Michelle pushes her in self-defence. The girl falls to the floor (in a severe fit of over-acting!) crying that her arm is broken.