Victor meets Dee at the singles night and asks to see her again. She tells Joel and Toadie that she would like to meet him again. Michelle is caught by a security guard at the compound.
Joe receives a phone call in the middle of the night. He tells Lyn that Michelle has been taken into custody, for trespassing on the medical institution.
Lou arrives back from the singles night to find Harold still awake. He finds the computer still warm, so asks Harold if he's been playing the computer game, but he says he was just checking e-mails. He apologises to Harold for putting pressure on him about going to the school reunion, but Harold tells him it was just as much his fault to for being so grumpy. They talk about how if Madge was still around, she would've organised everything already and been bossing them about. Harold realises that Madge would want him to go and they agree to do it together.
Dee and Joel arrive back from the singles night at Lou's. He asks her how far she is planning to go with Victor, and she tells him that she will be meeting him again. He wonders how Darcy will take it, but she explains that Darcy won't be finding out. He tells her she wasn't the only person to get a phone number, and tells her about Stella, the sports and photography fanatic surgeon. She tells him Stella Samuels has a nice ring to it. He asks if it'll be a double wedding, but she tells him her mission is purely political.
Michelle explains that she was trying to capture what the labs were doing to the animals on video camera for the purpose of animal rights, and that if it had all gone ahead correctly then no-one would've cared about her trespassing. Lyn asks if she's doing it to gain attention from Steph and Flick, but she tells them that she's learnt clothes and boys are not worth the effort, and she's doing it because she cares about animal rights. Joe tells her that they care about her and don't want to see her get arrested. On her way to bed she subtly drops in that she is now vegetarian.
Lou tells Harold that he and Lolly will be able to move back home the next day as the contractors are almost finished. Harold says he likes having them to stay, and Lou tells him he'll cook up a vegetarian feast as a thank you that evening. Harold tells him he's looking forward to meeting all their old school friends, and Lou tells him it's great he changed his mind. As Lou takes Lolly off to school, he suggests Harold could brush up on some road-rage skills while he's gone!
Over breakfast Michelle tells Lyn about how she didn't break anything whilst getting into the compound, but Lyn gets her to admit that what she did was wrong and not to do it again. Lyn is cutting up some meat for Harvey. Michelle hopes that her going vegetarian won't be too much trouble for them. Joe realises that she's serious about it, and comments on making sure she gets a healthy diet. He finds old letters to Evan and Maggie in their rubbish. It turns out Leo's hasn't been taking his school letters home. They suggest that perhaps Michelle could talk to him when she goes to baby-sit.
Harold tells Michelle that what she did was wrong and that she should've at least talked it over with someone like him, if not her parents, before doing it. She says she did talk about it with him, but he tells her he didn't, she just lectured him and then didn't listen to what he had to say. She tells him that she's gone vegetarian, but he isn't too impressed at the way she goes on about hating meat and not being able to look at it anymore. She spots Leo and goes to ask him why he dumped his school letters in their bin, but he claims he didn't.
Dee rings Victor to arrange a date. She then persuades Joel to do the same, but he claims he's studying and he's not even sure if he's got her name right. She hands him the phone.
DEE: Stella, fitness instructor, kapeesh!
Lyn tells Michelle that she went to see Harold to talk about the break in. Michelle asks why, and Lyn explains that she never thought her daughter would lie to her. Michelle overreacts saying that she'll never go to the coffee shop again. Joe asks her how she got on with Leo. She explains that he just lied to her too, but she'll have another go this evening. She leaves.
Joel and Dee continue to tease each other over their potential dates. Lou asks how it went, and Dee explains how Joel managed to get a number. He isn't so taken with the comment and fires one back at Dee; the bickering continues!
In the office, Lou opens his letter and stares gob smacked as he begins to read it. He walks out the office, ignoring Dee and Joel on the way and outside. Harold asks him if he'd like to pick up any ingredients for the dinner, but Lou tells him there will be no dinner and continues to walk on in a daze.
Young Emily is busy colouring in and cutting out her artwork, while Michelle is on the phone to Maggie. Leo comes through with his football, but Michelle stops him from going any further. She hangs up the phone and sends Emily through to the living room. She asks Leo what's going on at school, and tells him if he doesn't spill she'll have to show his parents the old school letters they never received.
Lou is sitting on the park bench watching Lolly feed the ducks. He's clutching the letter in his hand.
Dione begs Joel to ring Stella so that she can organise a double date with her and Victor. He asks if it's got anything to do with his love life, but she tells him she just wants the support for when she meets Victor again, and besides they're friends!
Leo explains that his parents are always too busy to do voluntary work at the school, so he thought he'd save them the hassle by just binning the letters. Michelle advises that he probably should've let them make the decision, and for him to let them know he would be fine with it. He agrees that he did the wrong things for the right reason. Michelle suggests that he tells his parents, so they understand. He points out that she didn't tell her parents about the break in, and she admits she also did the wrong thing for the right reason. She tells him how she got done for trespassing and is now up on two charges.
Joel arranges to meet Stella and she agrees to the double date. He tells Dee he can't believe that she managed to talk him into it, but Dee recons it's because deep down he cares. Joel asks what persona Dani is going to take on for the date. Is she still going to be Danielle the nurse, who lives at number 30? Dee admits she hadn't thought of that.
Lou is sitting in the dark, look at a photo of Cheryl and Lolly in his wallet. Harold walks in, so Lou jumps to his feet, saying he's going to cook the feast that he promised. Harold asks if he's alright, but continues to interfere in his Harold way. Lou tells him to stop fussing.