Matt showing off his Elvis routine to his family.
Random female returning to her giggling mates after Toadie confirms that he is indeed Toadie.
Drew telling Libby he's going to shut Nigel up for good.
Drew rushes up to the front door and bangs on it to get his attention over the loud music. Finally Nigel answers and Drew tells him firmly he's had enough of him playing he drums especially as Libby is just out of hospital and needs peace and quiet. Nigel couldn't give two monkeys, so Drew firmly says that unless he keeps the noise down he'll be taking Libby's recently vacated hospital bed! Libby arrives and Nigel tells her that her hubby is nuts, and he's going inside to call the police.
Flick arrives and Toadie wants to know if she knows what is being said at the hospital about him. Flick says that he should be flattered but Toadie doesn't see it that way, so she tells him that it is probably just normal things like his mark out of ten, the temperature test (how hot or cold he is), or the works…a blow by blow description of every little detail. Toadie looks worried at the last bit and hopes she only told Dione.
Joe wonders where Steph has got to and Lyn thinks she is getting more milk before telling him that she overheard Steph getting the call from Woody earlier. Joe wishes he'd leave her alone. Michelle comes in to invite Lyn shopping but she turns her down as she has a meeting with Gino to discuss her future. Joe reminds Michelle that the last thing she should be doing is shopping given she owes him $500 for the MP3 player. Michelle reassures him that she knows what she is doing as Lyn comes in to say goodbye and to arrange a lunch date with Joe.
Drew and Libby's place
Libby tells Drew to stay home and relax but he says he's got too much work to do and hopes that Nigel didn't call the police. A knock at the door interrupts their chat and Drew answers the door…to a policeman! Drew confesses that he didn't mean to get angry and Nigel, but the officer hasn't got a clue what he is on about and tells him why he is there (to see if they've notice anyone strange hanging around as a neighbour had things stolen). Lib and Drew say they've not noticed anything and promise to be on the look out as they bade the officer farewell.
Flick is painting her toenails in the kitchen much to Toadie's annoyance and he is miffed with her for not buying food since the cupboards and fridge are bare. Flick doesn't like this and takes the hump with him as Matt arrives. They chat about what Sheena may or may not have said before Matt asks Toadie for his help with his Elvis routine.
Drew and Libby's place
Drew is still a bit shaky after the visit from the police as someone else knocks on the door. Libby decides to answer it this time and is relived to see her parents. Drew leaves for work and Susan volunteers to put the kettle on as Karl remarks about Drew being stressed. Libby tells them that Drew is taking too much on – working very hard and being worried about her and wishes he'd stayed home. Susan recommends some TLC for him and that the grandparents to be can lend a hand too.
Matt practices his Elvis hip movements but gives up when he feels Toadie is laughing at him. Toadie reminds him that he'll need to get used to it for when he performs for real. To his relief, Sheena appears so he makes the most of the distraction and leaves. Toadie, after kissing her, asks her what she has been saying about him and to whom.
Joe and Lyn finish having lunch discussing and talk about her running her own business from home. Lyn asks him to trust her just as the man himself arrives. Joe leaves them to it and Lyn wants to get straight down to business.
Sheena tells Toadie that she was bored whilst doing nightshift and slightly embellished what happened between them while talking just to Dione and two others and can't help if it they re-told the story to others. Toadie is miffed about being talked about behind his back and wants to know exactly what was said. She tells him that she only told the truth – that he is one of the most romantic, wonderful and sexy guys she has ever been out with. Aww. She goes on to say that she is proud and wishes she'd said more with a puppy dog look in her eye, which Toadie just melts at and quickly forgives her since she was telling the truth.
The Coffee Shop
Michelle runs into a moping Flick in TCS because she is missing Joel. Michelle is surprised to hear that she hasn't been in contact with Joel since he went away. Flick also lets slip that things aren't going well at No. 30 either without Joel, so Michelle reminds her that she can come home but Flick is adamant that until Joe apologises then she won't be moving home. Michelle offers to shout Flick some cake and drink when Flick says she is hungry because there is no food at No. 30 and she is skint. Michelle also says she has bought some concert tickets and Flick asks who the other one is for and she replies that there is a new hot boy in her class.
Matt arrives and asks Flick if she knows anything about Elvis because he needs her help.
Lyn tells it straight to Gino that since he took over she's felt like he's been treating her like she came with the Arc, so much so that she feels unwanted and redundant. Gino is shocked at how she feels and says that he respects her. Lyn doesn't think so but has a solution to the problem – she's quitting!
Karl drops by with some food to Drew. Karl asks how things are going generally. Drew thinks this means how Libby is going but Karl is concerned with his welfare. Drew clicks and realises Libby has told him about his outburst at Nigel. Karl talks to him about how he felt when he was an expectant father and says he was only able to relax after Susan had Billy and that in his day pregnancy was left to the women. Drew finally admits he's all over the place and it is only the first trimester. “Welcome to the club,” replies Karl.
Gino tries to tell Lyn he's blown things up out of proportion and she has a place at the salon. Lyn doesn't think so and won't be changing her mind. Gino warns Lyn that she'll get a bad reputation and clients won't stick around if that is the case. Lyn asks if that is a threat and Gino quickly replies that it is an observation. Lyn reminds Gino that it works both ways – that some of his clients might be surprised to find out that he isn't Gino Esposito but plain old Ray Murphy. Gino isn't pleased at what she just said and tells Lyn that her resignation is accepted with immediate effect.
Matt shows Flick his Elvis routine to Flick but she isn't impressed and suggests that if he gets his hip swivels right, he can mine to a song instead and his looks will help him too.
Susan notices that Karl is a bit distracted and asks what is up. He tells her that he's been thinking about what Darcy has been suggesting and wonders if he is being too cautious about not wanting to expand the surgery. They talk about the positives of a small surgery and Karl admits he is up for change when Susan suggests that they could run with some of Darcy's suggestions like updated equipment. She also adds that it would give him and the surgery a two-fold bonus – someone keeping up with the latest trends whilst keeping the practice personalised. Karl mumbles away so we don't know if he is up for Susan's suggestion or not.
Drew and Libby's place
Drew arrives home with takeaway for dinner. Drew is still worried if Nigel called the police or not when Nigel appears at the door. No, he hasn't come to say he's phoned the police but to say sorry with a bunch of flowers and to reach a compromise – he'll keep the noise down if they play their ‘mood' music during the day when he isn't in. Drew and Libby quickly agree and invite Nigel in and celebrate their agreement over a beer.
Lyn tells Joe about her conversation with Gino and Michelle and Joe are pleased for her. Michelle says that she hopes the salon closes down with her not there but Lyn replies that she doesn't think so and as they talk more, they are surprised to see Flick walk through the front door. Michelle tells Flick about Lyn quitting and Joe jokes with her that this is the 4th time this week she's been around and has she run out of food? Naturally, Flick isn't appreciative of this comment and Joe says he was just having a joke and asks if there is something wrong. Flick tries to point out that she doesn't need for something to go wrong to call round but Michelle tells her to shut up, to swallow her pride and to tell them the truth about how broke she is and how much she hates living at No. 30 and that it is time she moved back home.