Paul tells Tad that he thinks Flick is using him, but Tad isn't convinced. John Allen tells Lou his mum was pleased to hear that she had a new granddaughter.
Tad is sorting out all his music when Flick pops over. They make pointless chatter, before she finally invites herself in. She tells him that she's been thinking about the two of them, but doesn't really know what's happening. Tad agrees that he's been thinking too, and doesn't know what's happening either. Flick suggests that they give it a try, as if they don't, they'll never know what might have been. They kiss.
John Allen pops over with a book for Lou. Lou apologises that he is rather busy bathing Lolly and then getting her ready for bed, but is interrupted by a phone call from Toadie telling him everyone has called in sick a the pub. Lou is annoyed, but John offers to stay and look after Lolly so that Lou can sort out his staffing issues.
Lou tells Harold of the previous evening, and how Lolly was asking that morning when she was going to see John again. Harold tells her it's positive that she likes him so much, as it'll make it less hard for him, and Lou confesses to thinking that she does need a mother in her life as he can't be everything. Maggie and Evan arrive to find Leo doing some work before school. He comments that it was too noisy at home, and accepts a lift from Evan into school; though quickly declines it and rushes out the door when some other kids arrive.
Tad walks into the classroom to find Flick laughing with Mick. He comes over and Flick tells him she saved him a seat. She tells him Mick was telling him a story about the end of year ball, but she promised not to tell anyone. Susan arrives and informs them all that they'll be doing pair work, and need to pick someone they can trust.
John tells Lou that he's found himself a job in the area which means they'll be living closer. He asks if he'd be able to have a photo of Lolly to show his mum, but Lou tells him he doesn't have a good one. He asks if he'd be able to come over that afternoon to take one, himself.
While Susan is distracted talking to another member of staff just outside the door, Mick sends a note across the class to Flick. Tad interrupts it and opens it to read ''Meet me after school, Sweet lips''. Flick asks what it said so Tad makes up a cover story. He returns the note to Mick with ''Back Off'' scribbled across it.
Lyn drops past and starts playing with Maggie's hair, suggesting new ideas. Evan eventually persuades her to leave them, and Harold thanks her for signing the petition. Maggie and Evan wonder about Leo's latest antics and admit to each other that the thought of following him, or going through his bag had crossed their mind. Harold comes over to see if they want anything, and mentions the amount of coffee Leo has been drinking. They thank him.
Tad wanders out into the playground to find Flick; they sit awkwardly for a while before Flick suggests that they talk after school. Tad agrees and she disappears off to the library, walking past Leo on the way. Some older guys wander over and talk to Leo, asking if he's got the 'goods'. He tells them he'll have them after school as agreed, or else he's a dead man. Evan watches on from a window, and once inside, questions Leo about the boys. Leo makes up a story related to the football match the previous week. Evan tells him to talk to someone about it, but the bell goes and Leo runs off.
Lou tells Harold that he feels Lolly is being pulled away from him bit by bit, and that John will be over to take a photo of her in a moment. Harold asks if he's spoken to Lauren about it but Lou tells him he hasn't had the heart to call her yet. Lolly's ears prick up at the sound of Lauren's name, but Lou tells her that John'll be around to take her picture. At that moment, John arrives. Harold leaves and Lou grabs a picture from the shelf telling John he'd managed to find one; it's of Lou and Lolly. John asks if he could have one with him and Lolly in it.
Lyn apologises to Matt for assuming that he and Flick were going to a gig together. He tells her not to worry, and she asks if she can make an arrangement with him for a gig for one of the ladies at the salon. He tells her that Elvis is dead without Pricilla. At that moment Flick turns up; she invites Lyn for a coffee, but Lyn has to run, so Matt offers to have a coffee with her.
Leo is in a school office using the photocopier. Outside, he gives the older boys the photocopies telling them they should 're-write it'. The boys hand Leo some money and scoot.
John thanks Lou for letting him come around and apologises if he's overstepped them mark. Lou tells him there's no trouble, but perhaps their fishing trip could be postponed by a week.
Matt tells Flick how Lyn had made an incorrect assumption about them, but she apologised. Matt asks if they can still go out as friends, to which Flick agrees. He tells her that without Elvis, he's got more time on his hands now, but Flick is disappointed to hear that he's not continuing. Tad finally arrives after being held behind for not doing very well in his biology coursework. Flick offers to help him with his second attempt.
Susan comes over to pay off a bill from the garage. Lou takes the opportunity to ask her if she'd like to join him and Lolly for a picnic in the park, as it'd be nice to catch up with her. Susan agrees, though appears a little confused.
Tad tells Flick that he's jealous of seeing her with other guys, and they agree that the kiss has changed things between them. She tells him that she has male friends just like he has female friends, and reminds him that she's single. He asks if she can not see her male friends and jokes about being locked away in a convent where only he has the key. She tells him no.
While Lolly plays with the dolls in the pram, Lou asks Susan if she always wanted a little girl, before Libby was born. Susan admits that even though she only ever wanted a healthy baby, boy or girl, it was nice to have a girl, to pass on a piece of her, as it were; even though Libby has inherited Karl's temperament. She comments that she's not making sense, but Lou recons she is. He tells her he's been thinking a lot recently about Lolly, and how he's not there enough for her, but Susan comments that he is doing an excellent job for a single parent.
Flick opens the door to Tad, who immediately declares he's been stupid. She tells him to come inside, where he tells her he's been thinking.
TAD: The way I see it, we stay friends; we keep the friends part. You know, the fun, the laughs, the relaxed bit, but we, you know...
FLICK: add bits?
FLICK: Like the commitment, and the growing closer, and the relationship?
Maggie and Evan drive up to the school. Evan tells Maggie that he plans to open Leo's locker to find out what he's been up to. Maggie isn't so keen on the idea, but agrees that they need to know what's going on. Evan just hopes that he isn't doing drugs, and Maggie agrees that she doesn't want to go through his room. As they open his locker, Leo arrives back from football practice and asks them what they are doing.