Writer: Lois Booton
Director: Jovita O'Shaughnessy
Clementine Truman: Melanie Lockman
Tony Simpson: Stan Tsitas
Joe tells Flick and Joel that they can't be together - partly because they lied to him about their relationship.
The station manager tells Toadie that his "top tips" are encouraging students to break the law.
Joel comes round to see Flick, despite the ban.
Joel hugs Flick and she tells him they're doing the right thing - Flick is seventeen and old enough to know what she wants.
A fan is complimenting Toadie on his "Student Swindles" slot on the radio. When Toadie is off his guard, the girl takes his shirt off him. She is delighted to have won the Toadie's shirt competition. She puts the shirt on and says flirtatiously that it will be hard for Toadie to get the shirt back(!)
The Coffee Shop
Paul is nagging Harold to take him out for a driving lesson - he won't have time once he goes back to school. Madge gives Paul some money to buy a uniform. Tad is quite happy to be labouring and not going back to school.
Madge asks Paul when his next training session is for football and whether he thinks he has a chance of being selected.
Harold is irritated by the agony aunt column again - he says the columnist is very irresponsible with their advice. Madge says there nothing wrong with the columnist's advice.
Paul interrupts them and suggests that they all go to the uniform shop together and Paul can drive there.
Flick and Joel are pashing on the sofa. She says he'll have to go because everyone will be home in a minute. He invites her round to the house tonight - Lance has gone to a Star Trek convention with Allana and he'll get rid of Toadie. Joel asks Flick if she's sure she wants to go behind Joe's back and she says she is - they just have to be careful. At that moment, Michelle comes in and is shocked to see them having a pash.
Toadie is announcing the winner of the Toadie's shirt competition - Clementine Truman. Clementine thanks Toadie and then announces that the station is trying to gag Toadie over his "Student Swindles" and asks people to ring in to say what they think! Toadie is rather takenaback but takes her up on the challenge - he announces on air that the establishment is now their enemy!
Flick asks how much she has to bribe Michelle to keep her quiet. Michelle says nothing Flick can do, say or give her will make her lie about what she knows about her and Joel. Flick is angry but Michelle says she could get into a lot of trouble if Joe finds out she knew about them sneaking around. Michelle advises Flick to just listen to Joe. Flick says Michelle doesn't have to lie - she just shouldn't say anything. Michelle says it's really unfair of Flick to put her in this position. Flick says it's very uncool to dob, but Michelle says she can live with it!
Paul and Harold are bickering over Paul's driving technique. Harold says it's too wet for him to drive anyway, but Paul says he needs experience in the wet. He can't restart the car after stalling. However, they are conveniently near Joe's building site and Harold suggests that they borrow some jump leads. Paul sees Tad slip in the wet and tip over a wheelbarrow of bricks. Paul says it serves Tad right(!) Tad starts to pick up the bricks.
Toadie is doing his "Student Swindles" again and lots of people are ringing in to share their scams. Then a bloke rings in and says that Toadie is advocating theft - he's a sponsor of the station. He says they run a supermarket and they lose loads of money in stolen goods each week. Toadie calls him a "capitalist profit-bloated blood-sucker" He says it's their duty to bring people down all over the country - if the government won't give them a living wage, they'll just have to help themselves. In the end the radio manager himself rings in and tells Toadie he's sacked.
Flick is trying to persuade Michelle that they are sisters and are on the same side. She says she's covered for Michelle before. Michelle is unmoved. Flick says if she dobs they're not sisters anymore. Michelle says Flick was never much of a big sister anyway!
Toadie is protesting to the station manager about his sacking. He says community radio is about putting forward a wide range of views. He claims censorship. The station manager throws him out and says that he'll talk to him when Toadie's calmed down. Clementine says there's a difference between freedom of speech and advocating anarchy. Toadie insists the whole thing was a joke, but she says some people obviously don't see it that way.
Joe comes in. Michelle greets him and tells him that Flick is sulking. Joe asks what's going on and they both say, "Nothing." Joe asks Michelle if she has something to say, but at that moment the phone rings.
While Joe is on the phone, Flick further threatens Michelle and tries to use emotional blackmail. Joe gets off the phone and asks again what's going on. They both say that everything's fine.
The Coffee Shop
Madge is telling Harold that he should try to praise Paul more. Harold says it's very difficult as Paul is not very good at driving. They bicker again about the agony aunt column.
Toadie is telling Joel that one good thing has come out of his sacking - Clementine is supporting him and is coming round tonight. Joel suggests Toadie takes her out for dinner to show his appreciation for her moral support.
Flick decides to go to bed early - she tells Michelle and Joe that she has a headache.
Paul is moaning about Harold to Tad. Tad says he should just find someone else to teach him to drive. Tad says that he's enjoying his labouring, but Paul finds that difficult to understand.
Paul comes in and apologises to Harold for being irritated with him. Harold says he'll try to be more patient too. He says they'll talk more about it later - right now he has an email to compose.
Toadie has taken Clementine out for dinner. He tells her he'll just have to grovel to the station manager and get him to take him back. He says he'll then drop the whole "freedom of speech" thing. But Clementine says he could use his position as SC President and his radio show to give students a real voice. She says she can help him.
Flick has sneaked over to see Joel and they are pashing on the sofa. She is sad about the situation with Joe and worried that Michelle will say something. Joel says Michelle might be more on her side that she thought. Flick isn't convinced. She goes to sneak back in.
Harvey gets up and clearly wants to go for a walk. Joe gets up reluctantly from watching the sport and takes him out. As he comes out, Flick is sneaking back across the street. She arouses Joe's suspicions by knocking a bottle as she dodges out of sight. Joe goes back into the house while Flick tries to find somewhere to hide. Joe goes out again with a cricket bat telling Michelle to lock the door. Flick hides in some bushes looking petrified.