Joel tells Teresa that Dione just wants a platonic relationship but he's ready for romance. Harold sees a photo fit of an armed robber on television and it looks exactly like him.
The Kennedy's and Louise are watching the crime programme ('At Large') on TV too and they all agree that it looks like Harold! They obviously think it's hilarious. Meanwhile though, Harold is worried out of his mind. Paul tries to make light of it but Harold thinks it's very serious - especially as he lived in Tasmania when the crime was committed. Tad arrives home and has seen the show at Toadie's. Harold is getting calls from people about it as well. Before he gets around to calling her, Madge rings and says she saw the show.
Libby thinks Louise looks really cute when she's sleeping - Susan asks her if she can see herself with kids. She says she can, but not for a while. She tells her parents that her and Drew are going to see a marriage counsellor. Lou comes around to pick up Louise and Karl tells him about the photo fit on the TV. They get a little suspicious when they realise Harold was in Tasmania at the time but they're still making light of the whole thing. Karl says that amnesiacs can repress certain memories.
Teresa runs into Joel and Drew at the pub. Drew mentions the pre-nuptial counselling that he and Libby will be having. When Teresa wishes Libby good luck with it the next day, Lib is upset that Drew had told her.
At the Coffee Shop, Lou pulls Harold's leg about the photo fit. Harold isn't laughing though. Lou tells him that the Kennedy's told him about it. Harold continues to get angry and says he finds it all so humiliating.
Joel asks Drew if he and Libby will come out with him and Dione so that she can see how happy they are together and get the idea that relationships aren't so bad after all. Drew accepts on Libby's behalf. Meanwhile, Libby and Teresa are organising an evening out - they plan to go ten pin bowling.
At the Coffee Shop, Cassandra warns Karl that Harold is very touchy about the photo fit. Susan comes in and immediately teases him over it, Harold gets angry at her and looks genuinely hurt and upset. He leaves. Susan can't believe what just happened! Harold goes home and ponders over what to do. Paul comes in because he's forgotten his English book and Harold offers to make him lunch. Paul asks Harold what's wrong and he tells him how many people have recognised him from the show already. Paul says it wasn't him. Harold sighs and says that he's been surprising himself recently - he had that fight and got his nose broken and he used his judo on the guy at the pub. Paul tells him that he'd remember if he did that armed robbery and besides, it's totally unlikely! Harold says he should go to the police. Paul tells him it wouldn't achieve anything - he just looks a little like that guy. Harold says that amnesia is a funny thing, huge blocks of your life just disappear and perhaps the armed robbery is one of them.
Libby and Drew attend their counselling session. The woman asks them what they have in common. They have to think for a moment. Drew says they both like each other. Libby says she doesn't like having things sprung on her, like the thing with Joel and Dione tonight. She says that she's got other things organised - Drew says he's not a mind reader! Libby says that she's also really annoyed that he told Teresa about them going to counselling. The woman tells them that it's not about the problems themselves, it's about how they work through their problems.
Paul tells Tad that Harold is really worried over the photo fit. He says they should stop fighting for a while because Harold's got enough on his plate. Tad hesitantly agrees. Paul says he wishes Madge was home and they plan to call her to tell her that she's got to come back.
Drew and Libby arrive at Number 30 and tell Joel and Dione that they're going bowling, not out to a restaurant. Joel and Dione are both dressed up - not the best attire for bowling! Teresa then arrives. Joel takes Drew aside and is annoyed that it's not just the four of them. Drew says he couldn't help it.
Harold calls the number that was featured on the crime programme under the photo fit. He tells them that he might have some information, or maybe he doesn't - he's not sure. He gets flummoxed and puts the phone down when the guy on the other end asks if he's serious.
Karl gets a call from Phoebe's Mum (remember, the little girl at the hospital with the weird explosion on top of her head) to tell him that her party at the hospital went great and she loved what Lyn did to her hair.
Libby, Drew, Joel, Dione and Teresa go bowling and end up having a really good time.... that is until Libby and Drew start to argue because his foot was over the line when he threw the ball! Dione watches them and then talks to Teresa about her separation from Brendan. It's not turning into the romantic evening that Joel anticipated.
Dione tells Joel that she's glad they're just friends - she'd rather not have the drama of a relationship at the moment.