Larry on the phone in the pub telling a mate that they need to get rid of the security camera first. Joe winning the BBQ competition. Flick telling Steph that she'll tell Joe about her and Joel when the time's right - which might be never.
Joel and Flick are kissing. Noisily. Joel's worried they're going to get busted, but only Bob the Dog runs in. Flick tells him that she's only in school for a few more months, but Joel wants her to tell her parents - or they're going to get caught out. Flick promises to tell them when her dad's in an approachable mood. The last one was five years ago.
Harvey grabs the BBQ food and Larry and Joe race after him. Harold comments that Larry seems really nice and Steph says she's known him for a few years. Harold says he knows a few lads from Warrinor and they're all good people. Lou comes over and watches Steph and Larry chatting to each other and mucking about.
Larry offers to help pack away the BBQ stuff and Lou asks him what he does for a living. Joe comes over, then, and says that Lyn has called from the airport to say that she's forgotten her nail polish. Larry comes back with a drink for Steph and Lou watches him suspiciously.
Paul is hurrying the washing up - he wants to get out of the house before Madge and Harold get back and talk about the BBQ. He does a deal with Chelle - if she washes up, she can borrow a video of Tad's and let herself out the back door. He doesn't know what the videos are, though.
It's like this storyline is coming at you, and there's nothing you can do to stop it.
Joel says that when he first met Flick he thought she was loud! He first was taken with Steph, and she was first taken with Billy, but now they're really comfortable together. Yawn.
There's somebody at the door - it's Paul. He needs somewhere to hang out, and doesn't know why Flick's here. Flick and Joel are dismayed.
Chelle returns home with the video and calls Bianca to come over and watch it with her - it's a mature audience film called "Six Days at Summer Camp." Apparently it's really scary, and they have to watch it tonight. Bianca makes a reference to Larry, but Chelle says that he's not a murderer, so stop worrying. Bianca will come over.
Harold locks his keys in the car - he only does it once or twice a year!! If someone can drive him home he can pick up the spare keys, but Larry offers to get them out for him. Harold's very grateful, and Steph tells Lou that Larry's on day release from Warrinor Prison.
Joe tells Harold that he'll collect Tad tomorrow for his first day at work.
Larry gets into the car and Madge tells Harold to watch what he's doing - it's a skill he should learn! Madge wants Larry to give Harold lessons. Again, Lou watches on ominously.
Flick and Joel hold hands under the table, and Paul yabbers on about the BBQ. He doesn't want to go home despite all the suggestions and encouragement from the lovebirds there. He decides to order a pizza but Flick and Joel don't want to because, erm, they're skint. That's it, yes. But no worries - it's Paul's shout!
Joe is debating what he's going to cook next time and how the State Finals will go. Steph comments how Harold was great and Lou was acting really funny around Larry.
Bianca comes to the door and wants to see 'the prisoner' - he really wants to know if he has tattoos. I dunno, Bianca, but whilst you're there, ask Jackie, would ya?
Chelle shows Bianca the video - it's the uncensored version where the swimming pool goes red with blood. How...teenage scary movie is that?
Flick makes her excuses and leaves - Paul hates it when she just disappears like that. Paul also decides to head off, and Joel says he'll have a lie down. After Paul's left, Flick creeps in the back door!
Lou has told Madge and Harold what he heard at the pub, but they think he's being prejudiced. Paul runs in and runs out again. He sits outside number 24 and gets into the car, pretending he's driving it. He realises the keys are in the ignition and takes them out...and as he gets out and shuts the door the car rolls down the driveway into a rock...
Lou finishes his coffee and Harold asks him not to take the business with Larry any further. Lou leaves and says he won't. Paul catches him and says he needs Lou's help.
Chelle and Bianca try to encourage Joe to go out for the evening - they want the TV and VCR for the evening. Joe says he will go out and they can have the video to themselves.
Lou tells Paul he's lucky it's not a big repair job, and he should tell Harold and be honest. Lou says he'll try and get someone to come and fix it at the house, but Harold won't notice it anyway, and for now he'll get it back in position so no-one's any the wiser.
Lou watches as Steph and Larry ride off on a motorbike.
Some Prison, someplace
Steph drops Larry off, and he gives her a kiss and thanks her. She says it's hard to drop him off, but he says he's used to it. He just takes it all one day at a time. Steph tells him she thinks about the future all the time...he goes to kiss her but the warden knocks on the door at him.
Chelle tells Bianca that Flick won't be a problem - just as Flick comes in an announces that she's out for the evening. Chelle tells her it's a scary film, but if she doesn't tell on them, they won't tell on her going out for the night.
Flick turns up just as Joel has come out of the shower. No-one's at home, but Toadie and Lance are on their way, so they have to make the most of the time they have. Joel suggests they go out tomorrow together for the day, but she needs a story to tell her dad.
Chelle and Bianca are huddled up on the sofa, terrified, then scream and turn the light on - Harvey had run by their feet! They leave the light on and huddle up again to watch the rest of it.
Lou tells Joe he's surprised that he lets Steph get involved with Larry. Joe says that he thought Harold would have the problem, not Lou. Joe also says that Larry is a decent kid, but Lou reminds him that he might have met and socialised with bad people in prison.
Joe says that Steph believes he's a good person, and that's good enough for him. After all, you can't be entirely sure about anything.
Lou comes clean about the telephone conversation he overheard, and Joe says that if Lou thinks Larry's up to no good then he wants to know why. Steph is standing right there - and she'd like to know, too, please...