Karl tells Darcy about the audit and that they're being investigated because of Darcy's mistake.
Dee tells Toadie about the possibility of Darcy taking a job with Karl. There's no reason that they can't be friends - they started off that way, didn't they? Toadie says that there's only one small problem – the whole Dee's-not-over-him thing. Dee dismisses him, but she doesn't fool him.
Darcy has never made such a mistake before. It was so busy when it happened... Karl understands – he just hopes that not too many patients get to know about the audit. Karl moves onto the subject of their golf rematch, and Darcy would like to take him rock climbing, though Karl isn't too keen.
The Coffee Shop
Dee can't believe how the number 30 boys live. Joel is coming back tonight and hasn't chosen his weather well- there's thunder and lightning. Flick comes in and asks about Joel (like she hasn't been going on about anything else for the past month or so). She'll drop a book over later and eavesdrops on Dee and Toadie as they talk about Joel's adventures in Cambodia. They also talk about his ‘woman-of-the-moment' and Toadie thinks it's over but Dee isn't so sure. She is sure, however, that her thing for Joel is long over anyway.
More thunder. Flick tells Lyn about dropping the book in. Once she's gone Lyn admits to Joe that she's worried – she knows Joel's back tonight. Joe has a plan for the skate park and he's going to go to the council about it. He wants to get some girls involved as well as boys, but he doesn't see Flick as a skater.
Toadie reads a letter from one of his fans aloud to Dee and Dee thinks she sounds faintly stalkerish. ‘Outgoing' means talkaholic, and ‘footloose and fancy free' means recently dumped. They're dead losses and he should meet someone face to face. Toadie wonders where her intuition was with Darcy – he's worried about her, not seeing through him. She wants to leave it but thanks him for his offer to talk about it.
Joe's working on some designs for the skate park – half-pipes and the like. He's going to treat Lyn to dinner at the pub but Flick would rather fold washing than tag along. Lyn wonders if they should stay for Flick, but Joe decides they should go sooner rather than later. Flick hears a radio report of a flight from Bangkok being hit by turbulence, causing some injuries. She rushes out the room.
Joel opens the door and Flick throws her arms around him – she was scared that Joel was on the plane and was injured. She kisses him, telling him she's glad that he's safe.
Joel gives her a cuppa. She evades talking about the letter by asking about the trip and talking about the skate park. A woman comes out, and takes a mug from him. In an English accent she asks about dinner. When she finds Flick hasn't had anything she asks her to stay and asks where she's been (nowhere), then suggests she should go travelling after school. Flick decides not to stay.
SIMONE: See you again!
FLICK: (under her breath) Not if I can help it! (slams front door behind her).
The roof is leaking and Karl can't believe it. Darcy wonders if they can't agree on pots and pans and controlling the leaking roof then how can they agree at work? He promises that Karl won't have to go around checking everything he does and Karl agrees.
Dee and Toadie are introduced to Simone. Dee wonders if Joel's okay but he says he's fine. Joel tells them that Simone's just a friend and will only be staying for a few days. Simone tells them about Flick's visit and Joel looks worried.
Karl tells Darcy that he genuinely thought he was going to be a rock star once. Darcy remembers being given a medical kit by his gran when he was seven. Now things are so complicated – he hates how Dee's been roped into his mess with Alice. Karl says it was just bad timing and Darcy hopes so. Karl says that he was sorry about earlier and he's sure they're going to get on fine together.
Flick comes back, the epitome of a drowned rat, and tells a worried Lyn and Joe that she went for a walk before storming off to her room.
The next day. Toadie realises that the place looks so clean, with flowers on the table. Simone's work. Dee doesn't like the feeling of her house being taken over. Joel thinks she's just not a morning person, but Dee reiterates that it matters to her who lives in the house. Joel brings up Darcy and Dee leaves.
Darcy changed Karl's patient's medication while he was away and takes over the appointment with the patient today. He's also going to buy some new fittings for his room. Karl thinks they shouldn't rush into it before the findings of the audit are due but Darcy's sure they'll just get a warning. He goes off to get some coffee and Karl looks a bit worried/stressed/irked.
Joel bores Toadie with his holiday snaps (sadly none of Mal's wedding *sigh*). Toadie thinks about the mess with Flick and Dione and Simone and then thinks it might be good – to really get the message to Flick that it's over. Joel looks unsure that it is over.
The Coffee Shop
Darcy almost bumps into Dee and tells her about the audit business. Dee understands. She goes to leave and offers her help about what happened at the audit. She arranges to drop by after work.
Darcy brings in some new magazines – he doesn't understand doctor's surgeries having old magazines. He finds one from 1976 (Karl must've kept it from his uni days). Joe comes in and arranges to see Darcy rather than Karl. He's happy to see some new reading material too.
The Coffee Shop
Joel won't be tempted into going anywhere else with Simone. Lyn comes in and is introduced to Simone. Simone has to go and get her bus and hugs and kisses him goodbye. Flick sees it all and shouts at him for ‘shoving that girl' in her face. He might write letters but she's going to tell him exactly what she feels.