Karl tells Susan that Maurie's wife is fine - the tumour is benign.
The counsellor tells Drew and Libby to think whether marriage is what they really want.
Lyn has arrived to talk about hairdressing for the careers day and tells Tess and Susan that she's very daunted. They reassure her. Karl has also turned up to talk at the careers day.
Libby and Drew are bickering. Drew says they have to discuss the serious issues that they have. Then Drew starts asking what will happen when they have kids - more big issues to deal with. Libby suddenly becomes tearful and asks him if he wants to call the wedding off. She tells him to call her when he's decided and walks off.
A civil engineer is talking to the kids who look really bored. Karl is up next. He starts telling them that to be a doctor they'll have to go in for a lifetime of study(!) The kids look really bored.
Drew is telling Lou that he loves Libby. Lou is rather amused and tells Drew that marriage is about learning the art of compromise. Drew says he doesn't want to do all the compromising.
Libby comes back with some doughnuts for Drew as a peace offering but she can't stay - she's off to work. She's doing a story on childcare centres. This is a catalyst for them to start arguing about children!
Lyn is just finishing telling the kids about hairdressing and they look a lot more interested. They ask her questions about whether she's done the hair of anybody famous. Lyn warms to her subject.
Libby is still trying to stick the vase back together. She tells Susan that she and Drew are fighting - the counselling keeps making things worse. She hates fighting with Drew.
Tess is congratulating Lyn on her talk. Bianca asks Lyn to cut her hair tonight!
The police call round and ask Harold to accompany them to the station. Madge says she'll call their lawyer and meet him there.
Lou is on the phone placing an order for soft toy octopuses(!)
Libby comes round with a present for Drew - a decision maker with yes on one side and no on the other. But Libby says she doesn't need a decision maker - she wants to marry Drew and spend her life with him.
Bianca and Michelle have stayed late. Bianca finds a key on the floor and think it's the tuck shop key.
Harold's lawyer is cross with the police for questioning Harold again. They say that they've got new evidence - they want to know what Harold's blood type is. It's O+, just like that of blood found at the scene of the crime.
Apparently someone was treated for a hand injury, but Harold doesn't have any scars. The lawyer insists that their evidence is circumstantial. But the police also want Harold to join a lineup - a witness is being brought over from Tasmania.
Everyone has gone now, so Michelle and Biance try the key in the tuck shop. It opens. But just then Tess appears, so they leave.
Harold is in a line-up with several other Harold look-alikes. The witness identifies Harold as the perpetrator.
The police show Harold into an interview room and formally charge him with aggravated robbery. There will be an hearing to extradite him to Tasmania.
The vase is nearly completely glued together but it still doesn't look too good. Susan comes in at that moment with a replacement vase that she found in an antique shop. However Drew knocks Susan's arm and the replacement one is smashed too!
Lou is telling Karl that he's going into the importing business - in soft toys! He's really excited about it, but Karl reminds him of his other shonky deals that have gone wrong(!)
A man approaches Karl and serves Karl with a summons on behalf of a law firm.
Madge is waiting frantically. The police tell her that Harold has been charged and she starts to cry. Madge says that there's no evidence - it's all a mistake. She insists that Harold spends his whole life trying to help people and the police officer sympathises - she knows Harold well too. But Harold could be on a plane to Tasmania as early as tonight.
Karl comes in dejectedly and shows Susan the summons - Glenda Ryan is suing him for malpractice. He asks Susan not to tell Libby and Drew until after the wedding.