Toadie tells Lance that they'll all miss him when he goes to Darwin. Maurie asks Karl how Glenda is going to cope with just one arm. Harold sees a photo fit of a violent robber on TV that looks just like him.
Tad and Paul try their best to keep Harold's spirits up, but all he can think about is what he remembers of his time in Tasmania.
Karl agonises over whether he should have spotted Glenda Ryan's tumour. Susan reassures him that he did all he could. Over at Number 26, Joe talks to Maurie on the phone and tells him that he can have all the time off from work he needs. Joe makes it clear to Lyn that he doesn't think very much of Karl over all this, she tries to tell him that they don't know the full story.
Felicity goes to the Coffee Shop to get some chocolate. Tad and Paul are there closing up. She brings up Harold's situation and says that it's amazing how people can do things you wouldn't expect them to be capable of. Paul isn't best pleased that she seems to suspect Harold is guilty.
Stephanie and Toadie hang out at Number 30. Stephanie says that it's a shame Lance wasn't interested in Kate because she really seemed to like him. Toadie suggests that they try to get them together once Lance is back from Darwin as it's great to have someone special in your life. Stephanie glosses over that comment.
Tad and Paul cook Harold dinner at Number 24. He's about to sit down when there's a knock at the door - Tad and Paul ask him to get it. It's Madge!!!!!!! Harold gives her a big hug and is over-the-moon to see her again. Although, he's surprised to see that she's sporting a broken ankle after slipping on one of her grandson Daniel's toys. Later, Madge comforts Harold and says that they'll see the whole thing through together.
Maurie turns up at Number 28 to see Karl. Lyn spots his van parked outside and encourages Joe to go over to see if everything is ok. Maurie gets angry with Karl and starts to get violent. Susan doesn't know what to do but Joe comes in and pulls Maurie away. Susan rushes over to Karl while Joe takes Maurie, thrashing around, out the door.
Maurie goes back to Number 26 with Joe. He says he thinks Karl Kennedy should pay for what he's done. Lyn says they don't know that until the test results come back, Glenda might get the all clear.
Stephanie and Toadie play a game where they have two cans of fizzy drink, shake one up vigorously and then swap them around so they don't know which is which. They then pick up a can each and hold it in front of each other. Whoever gets soaked has to buy the other one dinner. Stephanie loses. The next day, Joe and Michelle rib her about how close she's getting to Toadie.
Michelle and Felicity talk about the Maurie situation - they both agree they don't like him very much. Michelle starts talking about Harold then and Felicity warns her not to mention it in front of Tad and Paul as they get funny about it. Michelle says that everyone is saying he's guilty. Meanwhile, over at Number 24, Harold gets an anonymous phone call from someone saying that he's obviously a criminal and should go to jail.
Tad and Paul decide to call a truce over the Simone situation. Harold sees them shaking hands and is pleased they've made it up properly.
Karl goes to see Joe and thanks him for taking Maurie away last night. Joe says he was just looking out for Maurie - he doesn't blame him for being angry. Karl is clearly uncomfortable and says it's a difficult situation for everyone but him and Susan are just thankful for his help. Karl leaves and Lyn has a go at Joe.
Stephanie talks to Toadie at the Coffee Shop about getting Drew to look at his car instead of them fixing it up together. Toadie says they won't learn unless they do it themselves and asks her if she's not having fun. She says she is and that they'll carry on as they are then. She spots Harold and asks him if he's seen the newspaper. She shows him the front page and there's an article about the armed robbery with the photo fit picture. Toadie tries to reassure him that everyone will know it's not him, but Harold's not so sure.
At Erinsborough High, Maurie drops off his son, Dylan, and meets Susan as she's getting out of her car. He apologises for what happened with Karl the night before. Susan says they do understand what he's going through and that it's a rough time for Karl too. He says it could get rougher. He leaves to head off to the hospital and Susan tells him to Glenda their best.
At the Coffee Shop, Lyn bumps into Karl and he apologises if he was intruding this morning. She says he wasn't and whatever happened, she's sure he wasn't negligent. He says he appreciates that.
Lyn asks Harold if he's had a chance to look at today's paper. He says he has. Lyn says it's funny - all that stuff about Tasmania and him losing his memory. Harold pointedly thanks her for her concern. A couple of women looking at a newspaper leave the shop when they see Harold. He says he can't understand why he's being persecuted like this.