Susan tells Evan to stop messing around with the bullying programme at the school.
Toadie discovers he's made an big mistake at the office by shredding the wrong files.
Dee is re-making a bed while Libby asks her how she copes with watching people die. Dee tells her it comes as part of the job. Libby wonders if what they overheard outside was true, and Dee tells her it was, she makes an exit to go and do some paperwork.
Toadie is complaining to Joel about shredding the wrong papers at the office that day. Joel doesn't see what the fuss is about, and tells him that he would've stood up to Tim. Toadie tells him it doesn't work like that and he'll just get fired. Joel points out that he hasn't been fired yet, and to stop cuddling the cushion like a girl but hold his head up high, when he walks into the office tomorrow with his shoes shiny. Joel goes to sit down and, Toadie grabs another cushion from the couch.
Maggie bumps into Karl and Susan and invites them to dinner that evening. Susan tries to make an excuse but Karl tells her it would be nice, and suggests their place as a child free zone. Maggie tells them she'll bring the main course and heads off. Drew arrives and tells Karl, Susan and Libby that he made an offer on a house. Lib isn't impressed!
Dee arrives back from work in a grump, so Toadie offers her the cushion he was hugging, but she decides to go and get chocolate! Tim rings up and Toadie falls straight into his trap, admitting that he was wrong. He apologises, telling Tim he won't mess up again, and that he'll see him at work.
Libby stays quiet as Drew tries selling all the properties of the house to her. When he finally stops, she tells him that she loves it, and is proud of what he's found.
Maggie, Evan, Karl and Susan are all 'enjoying' a meal together, though there is clearly friction. Karl thanks Maggie for brining the meal though she tells them it was all Matt's work. As Maggie waffles on to Karl about restaurants and life. Evan follows Susan to the kitchen and apologises for the situation. Maggie continues to tell them about how she and Evan couldn't agree over which house to bid for, but they went with her decision of Ramsay Street. Topic soon turns to work, and Maggie tells Susan that she has her support. Evan chips in with his too, though it is a little less than convincing!
The discussion about work, soon turns into an argument between Susan and Evan on the bullying issue. Karl tries to break the subject by offering some coffee, but Susan lets slip that her entire career could be gone, as the board has called a meeting due to the issues Evan has let progress beyond internal means. Susan gets up from the table and leaves the room, leaving Evan and Maggie rather stunned.
Maggie is trying to convince Evan that perhaps he's let the case go a little too far, now that it's resulted in Susan's job being up for review. At that moment Ginny walks in, and Maggie explains what they've found out about Susan's job, but Ginny continues to stick with Evan's story, arguing that the bullying problems need to be tackled.
Toadie is nervous as he gets ready for his next day at work, but Dee tells him he'll be fine, and reassures him that with his new red socks on, he'll be a trend setter. He mentions how Tim asked him to be in earlier to help with a few things. Joel jokes about him making toast for Tim, but Toadie isn't impressed and heads off. Libby pops over and thanks Dee for the article. Joel makes an exit as Dee realises that it wasn't the main reason Lib came around.
Maggie asks Ginny why she's turned the council to putting Susan's tenure up for renewal. But Ginny just points out a few of the events that have occurred under Susan's role as principle; Jess Fielding, the bomb scare, to name a few. Evan points out that Susan has also taken the school higher in the league tables, and does well running the school as a whole. Ginny isn't convinced.
GINNY: The school council has the power to choose a new principle, and I think we should use it.
At that moment Susan walks in.
Libby realises that the baby was Darcy's. It begins to dawn on Dee that it was her body and her baby that she lost, and she becomes a bit emotional. She tells Lib it's not fair, looking at her and Drew expecting their child, and Libby agrees. Dee tells Libby it's hard working with Darcy everyday at the hospital, and that the whole break up thing with Tess was hard enough. Libby tells Dee that with any luck Darcy should be leaving, as Karl has told him to find another job.
Stuart, Whitehead and Moore
As the office bustles around him, Toadie sits quietly at his desk reading the list of chores Tim has set out for him that day. Tim rings up and asks Toadie to make him a cup of tea.
Dee is on the phone to Sheena, telling her that she overheard her discussing the miscarriage and that it was unprofessional. Joel arrives back so Dee tells Sheena they'll talk later. He tells Dee there is still no word on the dogs, and that he doesn't think it's a coincidence that they've disappeared on the same day.
JOEL: Maybe they've gone on a trek. To find the great dog god in the sky!
Dee asks Joel how the job hunting is going. Going through the paper Joel tells her about the 'Shark wrangling' job at the aquarium, where no previous experience is required. An article in the paper about diving catches Joel's eye. It's about a great diving expedition being planned to find more uncovered treasures off a wreck. The trip is being led by Vernon Wells. Joel gets excited realising it's another opportunity to win him over.
Drew is on the phone to a mate telling him that he'll get him another ten grand, but that he's to treat it as a loan. Libby arrives and asks if they're ready to go ahead with the offer on the property, but Drew tells her there's a gap in the contract and it wouldn't hurt to keep looking. Libby is a bit confused, but Drew disappears to the counter to get them some tea.
Erinsborough High Office
Susan tries to explain that Evan was going beyond the normal rules of staff policy with the bullying ideas, but the lady interviewing her tells her that the council have lost confidence in her as a principle, which is where the main issue lies. Susan realises she is in a loosing battle and tells the lady how much she loves the school, and what she's achieved. The lady tells her that all of that is clear, but that her tenure is likely to be up for renewal and that it'll be an open competition, she'll have to reapply.