Sheena's mother invites Toadie to her house.
Leo plays in a chess tournament.
Paul and Tad are getting ready for their camping trip. Paul is enthusiastic about getting back to nature, but Tad is not so chuffed to be leaving the modern world behind. Lou jokes that there will be wolves and then goes on to talk about how he smuggled alcohol on to his own school camping trips. Harold is not impressed.
Leo wins his latest game. He only has one more game left to win a trip to Canberra. But Leo is more worried that Maggie hasn't turned up yet.
Lou tells Harold that he'll go and stay in a hotel if Harold doesn't like Lou's anecdotes(!) Harold tells him he just wants him to be careful about giving ideas to teenagers. Lou stalks off, slamming the door.
Matt tells Toadie that he's going along to the camping trip to help staff it.
Leo loses his last game. Matt and Evan commiserate with him, but Leo won't be consoled. Maggie arrives at that moment.
Tad tells Paul that he's warming to the idea of smuggling alcohol on to their school trip! Paul isn't very impressed, but Tad says it'll just be a few beers and it'll be a very boring camp otherwise!
Libby and Drew's flat
Libby and Drew are raving to Toadie about their baby. Toadie tells them that he's split up with Sheena because Sheena's mum came on to him! Drew can't believe that Toadie is thinking of seeing Sheena's mother, but Libby says that there's nothing wrong with going out with an older woman!
Libby tells Toadie that she's going to settle with the Chronicle after all.
Maggie is explaining that she lost track of time studying so didn't make the chess tournament on time. Leo moans on and on and on about losing.
When Leo has gone, Evan tells Maggie not to feel responsible for missing the chess tournament. Maggie says she's a rotten mother, but Evan says she's just busy.
Paul is trying to talk Tad out of smuggling alcohol. He admits it's because his Dad is an alcoholic and doesn't want to follow him. Tad says he'll just get Toadie to buy the beer for him!
Harold comes in and sends them both off to pack for the camp.
Maggie is cooking a spaghetti bolognaise to try to get back into Leo's good books. He has calmed down a bit about losing, but says he's not going to play chess anymore, he's going to play cricket instead.
Libby calls round to see Toadie. She asks him about Sheena's mum. Toadie is still unsure and thinks Rhonda (Sheena's mother) is toying with him. They chat about out-of-court settlements and Toadie explains the documentation. He tells Libby not to sign anything until she's had the fine print checked by a lawyer.
Rhonda calls at that moment and Toadie pretends there's static on the line so he can hang up.
Later at No.30
Libby tells Toadie that Rhonda will just keep calling him, and sure enough the phone rings again! Toadie answers it and Rhonda tells him that she hasn't been coming on to him - it was just a joke and Toadie was stupid for taking it seriously. Toadie is bemused by this - Rhonda was definitely coming on to him before.
Lou comes in late to find Harold waiting for him. Harold apologises for shouting at Lou earlier in the day and says that he doesn't want him to leave. Lou smiles triumphantly and agrees to stay.
Libby and Drew's flat, the following morning
Libby has got a letter from The Chronicle. The small print says that Libby was in the wrong in the first place and has a clause in it that Libby must not talk about the incident to anyone. Libby exclaims that The Chronicle are gagging her!
Lou tells Harold that his repair work is taking longer than he thought. He says that it could take another week. Harold agrees that Lou can stay on with him.
Libby and Drew's flat
Maggie says that The Chronicle's fineprint is standard procedure - but Libby could think about going for a higher sum of money from them. Libby says it doesn't matter - it's still the same document. She says if she signs, they'll have the money for a settlement on a house and the Chronicle won't blacken her name. However, this doesn't sit well with her principles. She decides not to sign.
Tad asks Toadie to buy him some beer to go on the school camp. Toadie refuses point-blank - he can't provide a minor with alcohol, and besides, Harold would kill him. Tad says Toadie is boring, but Toadie says it's just not worth the risk to him. Tad says he'll just find someone else to buy it for him!