Lou tells Harold to stop fussing and interfering. Evan encourages the students to go on a hike to breathe fresh country air.
It is the evening and the students are playing a game of trust where they have to close their eyes, stand in the middle of the circle and allow the other students to push them to keep them upright. Susan breaks it up and explains that the next exercise is one of bonding, involving the sleeping arrangements. They all moan, including Tad who asks what happens if they snore. Evan reminds him that he kept them all awake the previous night talking. Flick and Monique are paired up whilst Tad and Paul end up together. Paul asks Tad if it's ok with him about Monique, Tad tells him it's all cool.
Drew and Libby's Flat
Drew has burnt the dinner but Libby tells them to come and sit and eat as they still have plenty of salad. Libby asks Karl if he's missing Susan. He tells them that the phone connection isn't too great in the bush and there's only so much conversation one can have with a galah, and can't wait for Susan to come back.
Maggie tells young Emily to go and get ready for bed. Leo asks if he can stay and talk to her, but she tells him she's too busy and he can go and watch a video. Little Emily asks if she can watch a video too, but Maggie tells her to go and brush her teeth. Leo drops the school papers in amongst Maggie's and leaves the room.
Drew and Libby's Flat
Libby asks Drew if he found out any more information about the key that was hidden in the garage. He wonders what to do with the overcooked disaster of a meal. She recons that it's strange that someone would leave a key behind a toilet for so long, and that it must belong to someone. Drew leaves to go and have a shower, leaving Libby to wash and dry!
Maggie tells Leo that he should have told her about the school events. He tells her that she wouldn't have been able to do them anyway as she was too busy with her studies. She tells him that no matter how much study she has to do, she is still interested in everything that goes on in his life. He agrees that he'll tell her from now on. Out of interest, she asks if he would've liked her to do canteen duty, but he tells her that honestly having one parent around the school is embarrassing enough. She asks if she can join in with the rest of the video.
Harold begins to look through their old school book to try to remember some of the old faces. He finds Lou's picture. Ambition: to become Prime Minister. They laugh. He asks Lou what he intends to do with Lolly when they go to the reunion, as the drive to Queensland (they have planes these day's you know!?) is a long one. He suggests that he could leave her with Karl and Susan, but Lou says no to the idea, and excuses himself off to bed.
After breakfast, Susan and Evan re-gather the troops. They tell them that ask they've worked so hard the last few days, and that today is their last full day at camp, they have decided to make it a rest day. Evan explains how today will be about thinking about themselves and how they differ as individuals. Susan begins to hand out letters to the students from those closest to them. Flick gets one from Joe, whilst Tad is surprised to receive one at all.
Karl and Maggie talk about Libby's upcoming court case with The Cronicle. They agree it's going to be heavy, and not great timing with her becoming pregnant. Karl apologises for getting sidetracked, and asks her why she's really there. She tells him she thinks she might be low on iron, and has been taking supplements but still feels tired. She tells him she's been neglecting the kids and Evan. Karl comments that it sounds morel like a time deficiency than an iron deficiency.
Paul, Flick and Tad sit and read their letters. Paul and Flick get short notes from their fathers telling them that they'll succeed win what ever they choose to do. Tad's is from Harold, but he is unable to read it, so Flick takes over and reads it.
'What can I say about a young man, who has experienced so much tragedy in a short time? You are an exceptional person. I feel blessed to have such sensitive and caring souls in my life and I am eternally grateful. I wish you every success in the future and I'm sure your deep and abiding friendship with Paul will stand you in good stead.'
Flick asks for a group hug.
Karl asks Maggie why she's pursuing her career. She realises that it all boils down to wanting to provide a good future for her children. Karl advises her that it's good to put things into perspective every once in a while. She thanks him for the advice and leaves.
Lou's Place Office
Lou takes the mysterious letter out of his pocket and starts to phone a number but isn't able to go through with it and hangs up, folding the letter back into his pocket.
Evan and Susan explain the final day's activities for the camp. They are to spend the night alone in isolation, each in a designated area. They are to use the opportunity to think about themselves, but will always be able to come back to base camp if they wish. Matt hands out the maps and tells them to get organised. Matt offers Flick help setting up, but she says she'll be fine. Tad tells them to meet him at his place as tonight's the night.
Tad's Private Camp
Tad welcomes Flick, Paul and Monique to his camp, telling them it's party time!
Karl is on the phone to Susan, but it is a very weak connection so the call doesn't last long and he returns to the darts with Drew. Drew tells him how the baby kicked at 4am the last night and Lib was so excited that they ended up talking baby names for two hours. They started off with Jack and Rachel, but as they went on they generated more and disagreed more. Karl tells him he's got a lot to look forward to with bringing up a child. He turns to Lou for agreement, but Lou is a bit distant. He tells them both they've got plenty of years ahead of them still with their kids before they move out. Lou excuses himself, so the game of darts continue.
Tad's Private Camp
While the others joke about, Tad pulls out the bottle of scotch. Flick asks where he got it from, but Tad tells them he can't reveal his sources, and tells them that they won't have the same opportunity again. He takes a swig and passes it around. They all take a swig.
Lolly finishes reading her book out loud to Lou. He tells her to get her things together, but Harold asks if they're staying for dinner. Lou tells him that they are going to move back home tonight and he is going to cook Lolly's favourite dinner and watch her favourite video. He tells her he's going to be spoiling her a lot, from now on.
Tad's Private Camp
The guys are all giggling around the fire. Flick recons she hears someone coming, but they tell her not to worry. It turns out Flick is right, as Matt makes his way through the trees. Tad claims they were bonding but Matt notices the smell of whisky on their breathe; luckily between Paul and Flick, they manage to persuade him not to tell. He agrees on the basis that next time he comes around, they are all back at their own camps. Matt leaves and Tad bursts into a fit of giggles.
Drew and Libby's Flat
Libby suggests that they host a dinner party one evening, as she's got a friend at the Erinsborough News who she would love to set up with Steph. Drew tells her it isn't such a good idea, but Libby claims that now Steph is over Woody it would be a great idea. Drew gives her 'the look' causing Libby to ask what's going on. Drew explains how Steph and Woody are back together and leaving Erinsborough. Libby is shocked that Steph didn't tell her, but Drew tells her he was sworn to secrecy and the only reason he knows is because the key at the garage belonged to Woody.
Tad's Private (Drunken Giggle) Camp
Tad tells a really lame joke about a grasshopper, but Paul doesn't get the joke. Monique remembers that she has some crisps at her camp and drags Paul off to get them with her. Tad jokes that they are the blind leading the blind. He and Flick get up to put some more wood on the fire, but end up falling on top of one another, as Tad rolls off he yelps. Flick helps him up, but they don't notice the scorpion falling off his back, and Tad recons it must've been a twig. He throws another log on the fire, and the two of them huddle together (Aww!).