Tess telling Dee that Libby doesn't want a big (hen) night out and says they can't kidnap her.
Susan and Libby talking about bridesmaids.
The Coffee Shop
Harold is moaning to Madge about the Agony Aunt in the Erinsborough News. “They've” replied to his email and thinks “she” has insulted him. Madge tells him not to let it worry him.
Lyn and Steph are chatting idly about her Beauty Tree work and what she learned at her conference. Steph makes a polite escape.
The Coffee Shop
Tess and Dee asking Madge about costumes for the hen night when Libby comes in. Harold pounces on her seeking info on who the Agony Aunt is since she works at the paper but she won't tell him anything. He excuses himself to see Drew and Libby wonders what is going on with them. Madge almost gives the game away by suggesting where they can get the costumes from but they quickly cut her off. When they leave Madge thanks Libby for keeping her secret.
Susan is suggesting ideas for Karl's ‘Father of the Bridge' speech. Karl has come up with a script but Susan doesn't think it is a good idea and rips it up. Karl escapes to have a kick around with Paul and Dee and Tess fill Susan in on their plans for the hen night providing Susan agrees.
Harold is giving Drew another singing lesson but he still isn't confident. Drew wonders if he can overcome them in the time that remains, but Harold reminds him that it is the singing at all that counts not how well it is done.
The Coffee Shop
Libby tells Steph it is chaos at home with wedding preparations, but something is missing – a best friend to share it with. Libby asks Steph to be her bridesmaid again, what has happened in the past can stay there.
Drew and Harold finish their lesson. Harold tells Drew that Paul isn't keen on having him as a driving instructor. Drew offers his help but Harold tells him he'll be busy until after the honeymoon.
The Coffee Shop
Steph has agreed to be Libby's bridesmaid again. Since they've kissed and made up, Steph tells Libby about what Woody did on day release. Libby wonders what happened after the visit to the police, Steph isn't sure because she can't get to talk to him. Libby asks her if she loves Woody, she says she did…once. Libby wonders if that is why she fell for Drew because she missed Woody. Steph says probably but her face tells a different story.
Lyn is over talking to Karl & Susan about Beauty Tree and suggests a party for Susan's work colleagues but Susan tries to fob her off. Libby and Steph enter and tells all of them that Steph is her bridesmaid again.
Harold and Paul come in arguing about something that happened on his driving lesson. Madge asks if Harold has followed the Agony Aunts advice in the paper, but Harold tells her he won't take her advice since she is probably single and over 60. They start bickering when the Dingo's phone to let Paul know he has made the team.
Karl and Drew are playing chess whilst Libby is getting ready to go out on her hen night. Someone knocks at the door and Libby goes to answer – it is Dee (Dionne), Tess (Tessonne), Steph (Stephonne) and Susan (The Godmother) dressed up as gangsters ready to take her out on the town. Karl and Drew are in stitches at them.
Paul comes round to tell them he's made the team and wondered if Drew and Karl wanted to watch some footy videos. They agree to have a boys night in whilst the ladies are out. Libby comes out of her room dressed as a Gangster's Moll and off they leave for a night on the town.
SUSAN (to Karl): Say your prayers, Irish.
She then proceeds to soak him with her water gun!
The ladies pile into a stretch limo for their night out.
SUSAN: (out of the sunroof of the limo): Pedal to the metal and don't spare the horses!
Lyn gets a phonecall from her mum who isn't keen on her selling Beauty Tree products.
The girls are having fun drinking and dancing. They talk about Steph and Libby making up.
Karl and Drew are being bored watching Paul's footy videos. Karl asks Drew what his plans are for his bucks night. Drew says it will be quiet. Karl remarks that is what Libby said and wonders where the ladies are.
Drew: Mate, five women dressed as gangsters out on the town, no telling what time they will be home.
The women are terrorising a man with their water guns. They are having fun but he isn't!
Ramsay Street (next morning)
Drew is leaving to go to work and spots Karl. He goes over and asks what time the women got home. Karl tells him 3am! Drew asks if he waited up but Karl tells him he didn't stay up but that they made enough noise to wake the dead. Susan and Libby come out of No. 28 looking extremely tired.
Main Road/Ramsay Street
Paul is having another driving lesson from Harold and he is yelling at Paul to slow down. Paul drives into Ramsay Street taking the corner very fast. Libby and Drew are saying goodbye to each other when they see Paul approaching still going very fast. Harold is trying to make adjustments to the steering despite Paul saying he is in control but they head straight for Libby and Drew.