Writer: John Upton
Director: Gary Conway
Larry Woodhouse: Andrew Curry
Woody asking Steph to go with him once everything settles down.
Paul heading straight for Drew and Libby in the car.
Drew and Libby dive out of the way of the speeding car. Harold and Paul get out and immediately start to apologise to them. Drew is having a go at Paul and Libby tells him to calm down and drags him off inside. Harold is trying to give encouraging words to a shell-shocked Paul but he says he has got to go to school.
Drew is making sure Libby isn't injured. Now he's calmed down Drew says he'll apologise to Paul for going off at him.
Steph is on the phone to the prison trying to speak to Woody. They say he isn't available and she wants to know if he is ok and to tell him she phoned.
Paul comes out of No. 24 ready for school and Harold tells him to drive to school to help him get over what happened earlier but Paul doesn't want to drive and insists on Harold doing it.
Susan is giving the pupils an assessment related to ‘Cat on a hot tin roof.' Tad asks if he can watch the film but Susan tells them they need to read the book too as they've to give a class presentation with partners. Flick asks who assigns partners and Susan tells them they can pick their own partner to work with. Flick asks Paul to be her partner and Tad says he'll ask the new girl (Jess) but flick suggests he's got problems already. Flick bets him that he can't get a date with her and Tad says he'll take her up on it.
Libby has called round to show Steph her hen night article for the paper. Dee phones to let Steph know that Woody is in hospital and rushes off to see him.
Tad and Flick are discussing the bet with Jess. If he succeeds she has to have a candlelit dinner with Joel at her place. Flick sets a time limit on their bet of next week. Tad says no problem, as she needs a friend. Susan overhears and thinks she smells a rat. Tad tells her it is all innocent and asks her subtle questions about Jess to find out where she lives.
Steph arrives to see Woody. Woody wonders how she knew he was there and tells her not to hang around. She asks what happened and he replies he slipped, which she doesn't believe.
Libby wonders how Susan is feeling after their night out. Susan says been taking it out on the pupils at school with extra punishments. Neither can face food and Libby tells her about Fergus coming from Inverness for the wedding complete with bagpipes. Madge comes over wanting to know if Libby is excited and gives her a lace handkerchief as part of the ‘something old', ‘something new' tradition which Libby has forgotten about. Madge also volunteers her (and Harold's) services for the wedding visitors.
Flick, Tad and Paul have arrived back from school and Paul tells him about the incident with Drew and Libby. Drew comes over wanting a word with Paul. He apologises to Paul and offers him driving lessons which Paul is rather surprised about. Tad wants to borrow the phone to try and get hold of Jess.
Steph has found out how Woody ended up in hospital. She tells him to tell the police but he tells her to get out and to keep a low profile since Kev Kelly knows what she looks like.
Libby and Susan are talking about flowers for the wedding when Susan gives Libby a necklace as the ‘something old' part. Harold and Madge call round with food supplies for visitors. Steph calls round wanting a chat with Libby about Woody.
Tad is trying to find Jess from the phonebook. Eventually he gets the right number and goes off to visit her.
It's wedding chaos at No. 28 and Steph is still trying to speak to Libby about Woody so eventually they nick off so they can talk.
Flick and Paul are wishing Tad good luck in going over to see Jess. Paul sees Harold carrying bedding and offers his services. He wonders how the rest of the day went and offers him another driving lesson but Paul tells him he no longer wants to drive.
Tad has found where Jess lives and heads up her driveway.
Steph has told Libby about what Woody said and Libby tells her they might come after her. Steph tries to laugh it off and says it would be too risky for them but Libby tells her it is serious and that she should be worried.