Rosie and Lou are trapped in the church as a fire starts.
Rosie and Lou are rescued from the church.
Michelle offers to cook Connor dinner and he agrees.
Tad realises his passport has gone missing, but it would appear someone has taken it!
Michelle runs out from the corridor apologising. Connor yells that she's not the first person to see him in the buff and tells her not to worry. He asks if she can grab him a towel.
Toadie arrives and asks where the fire is. Tad asks for his passport back, showing him the note. Harold and Lou advise him not to play around with important documents, but Toadie tells Tad he knows nothing about it, but advises him not to worry as it'll turn up. As Toadie leaves, Rosie arrives. She tells Lou and Harold she couldn't sleep thinking about the church, and hopes that they'll let her in later on in the day, so she can survey the damage caused.
Susan and Karl wonder what Mal will do now that Cuppa Diem has given him the boot. At that moment, Mal appears for breakfast. Susan and Karl encourage him to talk to Harold and apologise, but Mal admits he's got to keep working for Cuppa Diem. As Susan hands Mal his breakfast (three parts vegemite to one part butter on toast), Drew and Libby arrive. Libby teases Mal over Susan still giving him his breakfast. As Susan gives Drew and Libby their presents from her trip, Karl tells Mal that he must talk to Harold at some point, and that he will be coming over later.
Connor makes a joke, which backfires as Michelle teases him about his figure. He claims he's a well built Irish man, and gets her to feel his muscles. She claims that hers are just as big, and they end up rather close. On hearing Joe's snore they decide to break it up and Connor wanders off.
Susan gives Harold his present though he doesn't seem too impressed. She explains some gobbledygook which basically accumulates in her thinking that it helps them to reach the spiritual world. Harold looks even more lost! Mal appears and apologises to Harold, explaining that he won't be continuing to take over with a franchise as he's lost his job. Harold asks him if he'd be apologising to him if he still had his job.
The fire brigade won't allow Rosie back into the church yet as it's still unsafe. Lou advises her that it's probably for the best, but she's keen to check some things in the vestry. Tad appears and tells them he recons it was Paul who nicked his passport, so he's going to ring him and give him a blast. Lou tells Rosie that the moment they shared in the vestry was very special to him, but now he feels that she's avoiding him and he doesn't know what to think.
Rosie tells Lou that her feelings haven't changed since the fire, which he is glad to hear, but she tells him it's not as simple as he thinks. She asks if they can take things slightly slower, so that Harold can get used to the idea. She tells him not to take it as a brush off and he smiles.
Tad gets off the phone to Paul, and wishes him luck with the rest of the footie season. It would appear that Paul knows nothing about the passport either, so agrees with Toadie that he'll apply for a new one. At the counter Connor is trying to pull of a Australian accent (quite effectively) and claims to be Mr. Wilkins son to avoid paying his bill. However, when Harold reappears so does Connor's Irish accent and he pays his bill. He apologises for fooling Tad and disappears.
Michelle has finished putting a picnic hamper together and writes a note for Connor, leaving it on the table.
Tad returns to the table with the coffees. He tells Toadie how Connor just trid to pull a stunt claiming he was the Mayor's son, before nicking off. Toadie tells him about the mix up with Mal's bag at the airport, and how he managed to pick Susan's car lock. He advises Tad to have a word with him about his passport, as he's appearing to be a bit of a con-artist.
Coffee Shop Outside
Mal comes over and gives Harold the 'Cuppa Diem Bible'. Harold is shocked that they refer to it as a bible, but Mal tells him it's all inside information, and if they knew he'd given it to Harold, he'd be out. He tells Harold he's giving it to him, so that he knows what he'll be up against. Harold asks why he's still working for them, but Mal just says goodbye and leaves.
Rosie arrives with a small box of things that she'd been able to salvage from the vestry. She is disappointed to have lost a lot of photos of her son Max, and grandchildren. Lou tells her that there will probably be some negatives lurking somewhere, but Rosie isn't so confident.
Libby spots Michelle in the park setting up her picnic. She tells her it looks yummy, before setting on her way again.
Connor appears to have found the note from Michelle and puts it in his pocket as he goes to answer the door. It's Tad, and he's looking for his passport. He asks Connor if he's seen it or knows where it might have gone. Connor claims he's forever leaving things around the place, and doesn't know anything about it. Tad brings up the subject of Mal's rucksack and threatens to come back when Joe is home; to tell him he's got a con artist living with his family. Connor tries to stop him, but Tad walks away.
Susan has given Lou his present and although Lou isn't too impressed by it either, she persuades him to put it on the bar where everyone can see it. They ask Rosie how the church is and suggest a fundraiser of some kind. Karl suggests a raffle, but Susan thinks they should go for something more like a hoe-down or barn dance. Lou writes out a cheque for Rosie, which she claims is too much, but he tells her to just say thank you.
The Cuppa Diem 'Bible' catches Harold's eye and he goes over to read it. At a table, Libby and Drew are discussing something, and it leads them to realise that with Ben about, he's turned their lives upside down. Libby tells Drew she couldn't manage life without him.
LIBBY: What did we do with all that spare time?
DREW: We slept!
They go all gooey for a moment over Ben, before Lib tells Drew she's a bit worried about Steph's hen night, and the fact that it's going to be overnight. She starts reeling off a list of things Drew should or shouldn't do with regards to looking after Ben, but Drew tells her she knows it all already. Libby admits what she's really worried about is that she's going to miss Ben.
DREW: You're not dumb, you're just besotted.
Michelle gives up waiting for Connor to arrive, and starts to pack away the picnic.
Connor arrives and asks Tad not to tell Joe about what happened. He claims that he just plays a few pranks every now and then, but he doesn't mean any harm by it. Tad doesn't believe him, but Connor explains that that's how things worked for him at home; it was how people got their way. Tad tells him he won't believe him till he sees his writing and offers him a pen and paper to write on.
CONNOR: I can't write
TAD: What do you mean you can't write?
CONNOR: I mean, I can't read and I can't write.
Connor asks him not to tell anybody, as nobody knows.
Susan, Karl, Libby and Drew are enjoying a meal. Susan tells Drew she'll be able to pop over and help whilst Libby is away, but Drew isn't so keen on the idea, and tries to tell her he'll be fine. Mal arrives and tells them he's quit Cuppa Diem, but isn't sure how he's going to live anymore. They tell him that he's made the right choice.
At the bar, Rosie gets off the phone. She tells Lou that apparently it was the flowers that he bought that had been set alight by a single candle that was the cause of the fire. Lou is shocked.
Connor is trying to read the note that Michelle left him, but is clearly struggling.