Lou says goodbye to Louise as she is taken by the Allen's to her new family.
Dee tells Joel to admit that he is wrong, but he refuses to and tells her not to boss her about as she is not his girlfriend.
Libby warns Drew that Scotty has arrived.
Drew and Libby's Flat
Scotty appears from the bathroom and says hello to Drew. He tells Drew how he's been talking to Libby about what they got up to whilst at high school. Drew doesn't seem all that pleased to see him but Libby recons they should have a chance to chat and as he's only staying one night, he's more than welcome to sleep on the sofa. Scotty accepts Libby's offer.
Harold comes around with a petition to stop the renaming of the street. Karl and Susan both keenly sign it, but Karl starts questioning Harold over the rubbish. Susan quickly changes the subject by talking to Harold about the petition. She wishes him luck with it, and Harold leaves to gain more signatures. Susan questions Karl over why he's so picky about the bins.
Drew and Libby's Flat
Scotty is telling Drew and Libby of the financial burden of running the farm. He mentions how most of the farms back home are running off credit, but that's how life goes. Lib enquires as to why he has a limp and so he gets her to hit his leg, it's wooden! He tells her that he had an accident with a chainsaw, but he doesn't let it slow him down, he can't afford to.
Lou tells Toadie that within a few weeks he should have Lolly home again. Toadie mentions it's going to need a pretty early court case, but Lou is convinced. Toadie enquires to the high quality wines that Lou has stored, as he'd like to invest in some, but Lou advises him to save his money and buy something from the bar.
Susan is searching high and low around the lounge for the television remote, whilst Karl sits on the sofa. He wonders if he could've done more to help Lou at the court case, and says he can't imagine what Lou is going through now. Susan recons that he's taking it far too well and probably pinning all his hopes on the appeal. Darl starts pointing to where Karl is sitting on the sofa. Susan instructs him to get up, to find he's been sitting on the remote the whole time. She turns the TV on to find it linked up to a CCTV image of their rubbish bin. Susan points out that it's become an obsession for Karl and that he should talk about it.
KARL: Oh, alright. I'm sick to death of people offloading their rubbish into our bin.
SUSAN: This is it for me, this is my lot. I'm going to spend the rest of my days with an obsentric, obsessive, compulsive, bilious, balding, old man.
KARL: I object to that. I am not old.
Joel and Toadie are talking about Dee. Joel is annoyed that because of her, he didn't go on the dive, which could've led to him having a job, and completing his training whilst being paid. Toadie gets him to admit that Dee is a class A control freak, that she always has to have the last say in everything. Joel isn't so sure, and recons it's just because she's a woman. Toadie persuades him otherwise and suggests that they should tell her. At that moment Dee comes over with a carrot cake for them all. Joel complains that he doesn't like carrot cake and so goes to change it. Toadie gets Dee to admit that Joel is just a pain to live with. Dee isn't so sure.
Libby asks Drew why he isn't so pleased to see Scotty. Drew tells her it's because he knows why he's here, and he's planning to say no. Libby tells Drew that they've got enough spare to lend him some money for a few months, and if that's what Drew wants to do then she's happy with it.
Lou tells Harold he doesn't need to cook for him all the time; he's not wasting away. Harold admits that it's true and asks that he joins him for this meal and then he'll leave him be. Lou inquires into how the street position is going; he offers his help to Harold who gratefully accepts.
Drew and Libby's Flat
Scotty has cooked up a feast for breakfast as a way of saying thanks to Drew and Libby for the loan. Libby mentions that she's got a busy day ahead with the launch of her magazine 'Demo'. Scotty is impressed by both their lines of work, and comments that they must be rolling in it. Drew points out that they have overheads in both the magazine and the garage and that the loan is intended as a short term loan. Scotty agrees that as soon as his cheque comes through, they can have the money back, though Drew is keen to have it written down.
Joel asks Toadie what he recons his chances are at getting a loan from the bank. Toadie tells him that as a student with a part time job, they are very thin. Joel is annoyed that Dee ruined his chance at a job which meant so much to him, but Toadie points out that she's not having a good time at the moment either. He tells Joel they need to be there as friends for one another.
Lou makes a secret call asking for help. He asks what information they will need from him.
Karl runs into Dee, who is signing the street petition. Karl tells her it's a good cause and is glad to see her signing it. She mentions that she might not be staying around long and is thinking of broadening her horizons with a specialist course or work overseas. Drew and Libby arrive for her obstetricians appointment. Karl asks how the house hunting is going, but Drew mentions how they've put it on hold for a while, what with the launch of 'Demo'. Dee tells her that she's got other important issues like a baby shower, but Dee offers to take care of that, and disappears on her shift. Karl swiftly follows.
Harold overhears Lou on another secret call. He is telling the person on the other end of the line to really go in and take the gloves off; not to leave anything untouched. Seeing Harold, Lou changes the style of his call and hangs up. He asks Harold if he wants any help with the petition.
Joel wanders in to find Dee ordering some food. He goes over and apologises, telling her that it was his own fault for not taking the dive course, and that she stopped him doing something stupid. She tells him she only did it because he could've died, and it was the only way he'd have listened. But it's better him hating her than being dead. She apologises for messing him around and offers him a loan to get him through the rest of his course, which he can pay back to her when he starts working for Vernon. Joel thanks her, and tells her that she's a good friend.
Lou tells Harold he'd be willing to sell the pub, number thirty, the garage, even his own home to get Lolly back; they are all material things and Lolly is family. Harold recons it's a bit far hiring a private detective, and thinks Lou should approach something within the rules of the law. Lou doesn't seem to see what the law has done for him and insists that this is the route he's going to take. Harold advises him to wait a while.
Lou arrives at his car and notices Lolly playing in the park with two other girls while John sits on the bench. He gets out his phone and tells Mike to pick up as much dirt on John and Sandy Allen; he doesn't care how much it takes.
Drew and Libby's Flat
Libby gets a call to tell her the prints are ready for 'Demo', she is nervous about how they are going to turn out, but Drew sends her on her way, whishing her luck. Drew mentions to Scotty that he's due to be leaving, but Scotty mentions that he might treat them to a meal. Drew tells him to just pay the loan back on time. Scotty wonders if they are going to be coming to the Rodeo this year, as he could pay them back then. Drew doesn't think there will be time.
SCOTTY: Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the loan, but both you and I know. You owe me, big time!