Serena hands over a packet of something to someone.
Drew witnesses another casualty of the prescription drugs going around the night club.
Dee permits Matt to move into number 30.
Evan is putting up an auction sign while Em tries to persuade Matt not to leave. Matt loads up the car and starts the engine. Evan wonders if he's taking it a bit too far, moving next door.
MATT: It's not ridiculous at all; it's a matter of survival.
Emily chases after him as he drives into number 30.
It would seem that Matt's car engine has woken the current occupants of number 30, and they aren't too pleased about it. As Leo takes a box through to the bedroom, Emily makes herself at home on the couch, leaving Matt to confront Toadie. As Dee arrives, Matt decides to make an exit and encourages Em to the bedroom, leaving a sleepy Toadie and Dee looking rather confused.
Drew and Libby's
Libby wakes up to find Drew is already up with Ben as he got home just a few hours before and decided not to wake her. Stuart pops over with some invoices from the garage for Drew; Libby tells him his parents tried to call, but he doesn't seem too worried and heads back to the garage. Drew announces that he has taken the day off work to be with his family, though Libby has a magazine meeting that arvo which she hasn't started the reading for and recons it will be too little to late. He mentions the incident with the drugs at the night club and how the drugs were prescribed by Darcy. They recon it would be a good idea to inform Karl.
Serena and Darcy are flirting with one another; he invites her to come into his office at some point later in the day, but she isn't so keen on the idea of being left alone with Dr. Grumpy while Darcy sees his patients. He informs her that Karl can't fire her if she doesn't do anything wrong.
Drew has told Karl about the incident and how the drugs were definitely prescribed by Darcy, and that the name on the bottle matched the girl's ID. Karl can't believe that Darcy would stoop this low again, but Libby mentions there may be a plausible explanation. Drew wonders if it could be forgery or a stolen pad. Karl decides to investigate before he takes it any further, and notes down the girl's name.
Stuart is over the road in the phone box, trying to explain to his mum that he is settled in Erinsborough with a job and is not coming home.
Leo is keen to help Matt move the final lot of his stuff over to number 30, but Em won't let go of Matt's leg. Leo points out that it will be cool, as they'll have a place to hang out at and then Maggie can call them home for dinner. Em eventually lets go and Matt goes to say goodbye to Evan, but he doesn't give much response. Maggie encourages them to say something, but it doesn't go well, and Matt walks out, neither of them admitting defeat.
Karl is going through the files so Serena offers to help. He asks if she'll find all of Darcy's patient's files for the past two weeks, and heads back into his office. Darcy arrives and Serena asks if he has any files in his office as Karl wants to see them.
Darcy enters Karl's office and asks why he wants to see the files. Karl tells him that they have a report of drug misuse and needs to double check. Darcy wonders if he doesn't trust him, and Karl explains that with the history, it's not easy.
Libby organises a phone interview as they approach the coffee shop. Drew asks why she doesn't just use the excuse that she's had a baby to let the work slip, but she points out as chief editor it's not so easy. He offers to take Ben to the garage for a bit while she works, but she admits that she was planning to sit and have a coffee for a while.
DREW: Ooh it's happening; playing with your baby instead of slaving over your next article.
LIBBY: It's just balance!
Maggie walks in and out of the lounge as Evan and Em sit reading.
EM: Don't cry, he'll come back soon.
Matt, Leo and Toadie are watching the TV, when Dee comes in and switches it off. Leo makes a quick exit, helped by Dee and Matt is soon learning the housekeeping rules of number 30. As Dee and Matt head to the laundry, Maggie arrives at the door. She asks for Toadie's help in persuading Matt not to run away from the dispute with his father. He tells her that he doesn't want to get in the middle again and that they really need Matt's rent.
MAGGIE: If you were truly a friend, you would help me solve this silly squabble with his father.
Karl joins Drew and Libby and informs them how he wasn't able to find any record of the patients name in Darcy's file. Libby wonders if the pad was stolen, but Karl points out that Darcy would still be held responsible as it's in his name.
KARL: He's a doctor, he's in a position of trust, now whether it's carelessness or over-prescribing or a deliberate act, it amounts to the same thing.
LIBBY: So you're convinced he's at the bottom of it somehow?
KARL: Believe me, I'd rather be proved wrong.
Serena and Darcy wonder why Karl suspects him. Darcy suspects it's probably because he's the younger doctor with fresh ideas and is probably intimidated. Darcy explains that it's his name that has been used on the scripts and he's the one with everything to loose. Serena tells him he doesn't deserve it and she'd create an alibi for him if he wanted. He declines, claiming he has nothing to hide, and heads out the office, leaving her standing by the desk, alone.
Maggie brings over some bedding, for which Matt is grateful, but Dee mentions they could do with some towels as threadbare isn't a good look, especially as Toadie has a girl on the horizon. Maggie starts to get curious, and Dee mentions that it's a girl at work, but Toadie won't say anymore and tries to change the subject.
MAGGIE: Who at work? It's just Keith Cox, you and me.
Toadie reveals that it's the sandwich lady he has a crush on, to which Maggie is surprised. They try to get more info out of him, but he is a bit coy and reveals that they've only really talked about sandwich fillings and the weather. Maggie seems to know more about Meredith, including her name, than Toadie does, and admits that she never saw it coming. Toadie claims they've embarrassed him enough and decides to leave.
Karl is on the phone to someone important talking about the drugs. The gentleman confirms that they are all coming from his surgery with Dr. Tyler's name on, but Karl tells him he can only count on a single hand the number of patients they prescribe that single drug to.
Drew and Libby's
Libby arrives home to find both her boys resting in the bedroom. She admits the meeting didn't go well and is beginning to question if she can balance a career and motherhood. Drew mentions that they could get some childcare once or twice a week, but Libby admits that it may not be enough, and she needs to reconsider how much time she wants to put into the magazine.
Maggie tracks down Toadie in the pub. She orders a bottle of wine and apologises for putting him on the spot earlier. She asks if he's willing to talk to Matt it would still be great though, as he's only 19 and not aware of what he's letting himself into.
Karl is holding a meeting with both Serena and Darcy. He informs them that scripts are leaving their surgery with Darcy's name on and that the pharmacies are not making any errors. Darcy concludes that it must be a fraud, or someone has taken his pads. Karl explains the dangers it could do to their reputation, for which Darcy is already aware. Karl recons they should call the police, but Serena admits she has something to tell them. And they're not going to like it.