Maggie tells Evan that she thinks Leo is stressed over the anniversary of Francesca's death.
Dee asks Laura if she is Toadie's girlfriend.
Laura asks Toadie what Dee means, but just then Matt interrupts and introduces Laura as his own girlfriend. Dee is totally confused. Toadie asks Laura for a private word.
Outside the pub
Toadie tells Laura that people assumed they were together and he didn't correct them. Laura says they have to tell them, but Toadie's too embarrassed and says he'll explain it to them privately. Laura isn't happy with this.
Coffee Shop Kitchen
Lou is trying to get Harold to invest in Forest First, an environmental company. But it turns out, Lou is trying to get Harold to avoid tax!
Dee and Matt are chatting about Laura and Toadie in some confusion. Laura comes in and says Toadie will fill them in later. She assures Matt that they are fine. Dee goes off to see how Toadie is.
When Dee has gone, Laura says that she and Toadie are just friends - there's never been anything romantic between them.
Lou is banging on about Forest First, but Harold doesn't seem very interested - he's too busy.
At a table, Maggie tells Evan that the missing packing case has turned up and it will be dropped off tomorrow. Emily is scared about the optician - she thinks it will hurt! Evan tells Leo that he's very quiet. Emily starts banging on about her Lizzie doll and accuses Leo of stealing her. Leo storms off.
Dee comes in to find Toadie sitting morosely at the kitchen table. He tells her he made it all up - there was no romance with Laura. He says he was sick of being the clown and never getting the girl. He says he can't do it - he can't get girls. He can make them laugh but he can't make them stay. Dee is surprised and sympathises.
Evan finds Leo sitting and sulking. They talk about Francesca and Evan tells Leo that noone blames in for Francesca drowning. But Leo doesn't want to talk about it and heads off to class.
Matt and Laura are talking animatedly about films. Matt says they've got so much in common, but he's still worried about Toadie - he wants to go and talk to him. Laura tells Matt to call her later.
Dee is telling Toadie that he's a fantastic guy, but Toadie isn't having any of it. She says his problem is that he can only relax around women who are mates - until them he's trying to impress and that's why he strikes out.
Matt is telling Lou about the situation with Toadie and Laura. Lou says Toadie is not acting like a man in love, so it must be true.
Maggie asks Leo if he's coming to the cemetery tomorrow, but he says he doesn't want to. Maggie explains to Emily about the anniversary of Francesca's death. Evan asks Emily to be nice to Leo for a bit. She agrees.
Back garden of No.30
Dee is cleaning the pool when Leo brings Bob back. He starts giving her a hand to clean the pool. She offers him a drink and Leo tells her he wants to talk to her about what happened to Lolly.
Dee tells Leo that she was careless - Lolly slipped into the pool when she left the gate open. Leo tells Dee about Francesca. He left the gate open and blames himself. Dee says she's an adult and she left the gate open too. She says that it wasn't his fault - he was only six at the time.
Leo comes in and says he's changed his mind - he will go to the cemetery.
Toadie is explaining to Matt about the situation with him and Laura, but makes out it was all a joke and Dee backs him up. He tells Matt that he's free to ask her out.
When Matt has gone, Toadie asks Dee if she wants to get some takeaway, but Dee says she'll cook something that'll clog his arteries!
TOADIE: You're my kind of woman!
Leo reaches checkmate in a game of chess and gets very excited. He offers to read to Emily to get her off to sleep.
Matt and Evan banter about Laura who is apparently leaving messages on their machine!
Dee brings a ball back and tells them about she and Leo's talk that afternoon. Evan and Maggie are very surprised - Leo has never talked to anyone about what happened before. They tell her that Leo seems a lot brighter now.
Harold is practising his tuba when Lou calls round about Forest First. Harold is not pleased to see him - tax minimising might be within the law, but it's not moral - the government needs their taxes for hospitals and schools! Harold tells Lou off for pressurising him and then tells him to leave.