Leo doesn't board the bus.
Terri pushes Drew to the ground in an ambush.
Lou's Garage by night
Terri realises she's pushed Drew to the ground, and Drew tells her this is where he works. Stuart comes up and realises that Terri's a cop, and lives upstairs from Drew and Libby. Terri suggests that they get Drew to the hospital as he's hurt his arm.
The Bus Station
Leo tells his father that he missed the bus, and Evan suggests that they go and get a pizza instead.
Matt and Emily are playing around when Leo and Evan return with pizza. Leo complains to Emily that he told on him, and Emily denies it – Evan tells him he guessed he was taking the bus because it was the only thing that Leo could afford! Evan reminds his son that had he actually taken the bus, he would have been reported as a missing person.
Terri tells Drew that she had a call from Grease Monkeys about some vandals hanging around the garage, which is why she was staking it out – and she couldn't see in the dark that it was Drew before she jumped on him! She also confesses that all the issues around the drugs is some undercover work she's doing. Surely she's not supposed to tell anyone that?!
Drew tells Terri that she frightened him and Libby with all the goings on, and Dee calls out from the nurses station that Lib's on the phone. He reassures her that he's only broken his wrist, and she need not worry – he'll explain everything later.
The Coffee Shop
Harold tells Lou that he's really proud of the girls sitting on the table at the end – they came to the church halfway house with little confidence and now they've all really blossomed. They both praise the way that Rosie is with people – she manages to get people interested in church, and:
LOU: One hell of a woman.
HARRY: I don't think you should let her hear you say that.
LOU: Why not?
HARRY: Well she's a woman of the cloth, isn't she? She'd hate to hear you invoking hell in order to describe her!
Lou thinks it's ridiculous – Rosie is a woman of the 21st century, and she's not dogmatic. They find SO many words between them to praise her, and Lou tells Harry that he's told her his really bad jokes. They fight over who will take her her coffee…
They're both SO enamoured!
Darcy is being discharged, and suggests that Dee do his obs. She refuses, even though it's protocol! Dee asks Darcy what he's scared of – she thinks he's frightened that she has something over him, that he's vulnerable to her.
She thinks his days of having power over her are over! Darcy is none too pleased.
Leo doesn't want breakfast, so Matt has it instead. Leo's still angry with his dad for stopping him going to Adelaide – and insists that he missed the bus, it wasn't that he chickened out. Leo thinks that Matt dobbed him in to Evan, and Emily comes into the kitchen – wearing her wellies with ducks on. Aw.
Leo has another go at Matt, and Matt tells him that he's too young to go Adelaide, and as an adult, he's responsible for him. Evan can't believe that Matt sees himself as responsible for his younger brother!
Drew and Libby's flat
Stuart is bottle feeding Ben in the kitchen, and Drew sits at the table, his arm all bandaged up! Bless him. Stuart comments to Ben that he looks like his father, unfortunately. I wouldn't be complaining! Drew is concerned that he'll fall behind at work, and financially, and he won't be able to do his night work any more, or look after Ben. Stuart offers to help out at the garage and more at home – for which Drew is really grateful.
Terri comes to the door – she needs some forms filled in about the garage thefts, and insists it has to be done now, just as Ben poops his nappy and needs changing. Stuart goes to change Ben, and Drew is cross with Terri for insisting that he does all this right now – after all, it's the police's fault that he's in this position.
The Coffee Shop
Rosie asks Harold if she can use the coffee shop for her church groups here – can he cater for them all? Harry says he can, and he's keen. Lou distracts her and suggests she accompany him to a pub across town which does bingo, so they can suss out the competition for when his own pub does the bingo night for the church. Harold looks on, concerned, and Lou arranges to pick up Rosie at the hospital, later.
Harold dismisses Rosie's payment of drinks for her church group – he's happy to cater for all her church things here, for free. Rosie has to go, but Harry wants to talk and talk and talk – and tries to get Rosie to go with the library with him tonight to see a doco on Mother Theresa. Rosie agrees – can he pick her up later at the hospital?
She's SO onto them!
Drew and Libby's flat
Drew has signed the papers and wants something in return. Stuart comes from the room having changed Ben, and Drew goes in to see his son because he's crying. Stuart tells Terri that she's going to get a grilling for what's happened with Drew. He leaves the flat, and Drew – having settled Ben down – comes to demand an explanation from Terri about what's been going on.
Terri tells Drew that her flat upstairs is hers, and she's been using it for an undercover operation. Drew is furious that he, Lib and Ben have been put at risk – he's really not happy about it!
Stuart comes home and Dee is half asleep on the sofa, watching a video. She asks after Drew, then tells Stuart what's happening in the film (she's crying to the love story!). Stuart tells her that he likes old movies, and as they watch it, she narrates the whole thing, and cries to the story.
She curls up, and Stuart stretches her legs out over his lap – they both seem quite comfortable…
Leo practices his skateboarding out in their driveway, and Emily asks him why he's not practising his jumping. He tells her to go away – he doesn't want to jump in front of her, and refuses to play fairies with her.
Emily tells Leo that he's a fibber because he says he was going away, and he didn't; he tells her again that he didn't want to go away, and she taunts him about it. He gets on his skateboard and skates off.
Dee and Stuart have fallen asleep on the sofa together – and there's a knock at the door. They wake up, and Dee answers the door to Darcy, who hopes he hasn't come at a bad time. Dee explains that Stuart's staying for a while, and Darcy asks for time alone with Dee.
Stuart leaves to see if Drew needs a hand, and Dee tries to explain herself to Darcy about Stuart, then realises she doesn't need to. Darcy has brought Dee some flowers for being a good nurse to him the other night, and he thinks she should be commended for it.
Dee asks Darcy if he meant what he said the other night, and he did – she's the only one who knows. So now there are no more secrets. Apparently.
The Coffee Shop
Drew is explaining the story of the broken wrist to Lou, and he tries to understand it – and wants to make sure that nothing was stolen from the garage! Lou wonders if this was divine intervention – maybe this was God's way of making sure that Drew *didn't* do his night work as a bouncer – because now he has no choice.
Lou wonders if actually he does believe in God and has seen the light…or maybe he's just very very taken with a certain Rosie Hoyland…
Stuart makes himself at home on the sofa and notices the flowers in the vase that Darcy brought. He picks them up and runs into Dee – who wonders what on earth he's doing with them. He claims that he's smelling them – but she doesn't really believe it! She needs him to open a jar for her, but even he can't do it! She thought he was all brawn, but he admits he only has brains.
He just about manages to get the top off the jar – and splatters himself with sauce in the process. Dee starts to help him wipe it off but it all gets a bit intense and she suggests that he do it himself, instead…
Harry is waiting around for Rosie – and Lou turns up at the same time! Rosie confesses that she's been a little bit naughty. She can't do the bingo or the doco evening. They are chronically understaffed at the hospital, and she needs to help out because it's the Christian thing to do.
Harry offers to help. As does Lou. All rather enthusiastically. They're both really really happy to help, and she tells them that afterwards they can go and have a drink at the vicarage. Not tea, red wine. Which Lou thinks is great because it means that Harry can't join them – he's teetotal. But Harry will come along for the food.
They all go off to work!
Dee has prepared dinner and calls Stuart out – who is shirtless having washed out his top. Dee has moved the flowers from the table, and on seeing Stuart, they both delve in for a little kiss.
Oh, alright, a big kiss.