Dee tells Toadie that they're going to have a party
Tad's television is repossessed by the financial company.
Connor pops over and asks Tad if he can buy him a drink to say thanks. They agree to meet later that day. Lou arrives back in and asks Tad if he'd help him by clearing the second shelf to take it out for the council collection. Tad points out to Connor that with Lou having a bad back, he's the one who ends up doing all the hard labour around the place. Connor's been doing some labouring work too, as it's something he can do without having to read. Tad wonders why he doesn't learn to read, but Connor doesn't see it being worthwhile.
Dee is busy writing a list of things they need for the party. Toadie comes through in a suit; he's heading down the cop shop to help Tad out with his fraud case. Dee gives him a list of things to pick up on his way back. She plans to get all the decorations up by the time he gets back. He mentions about the possibility of doing a first aid course, in case a similar scenario pops up again. She agrees to ask about it at work.
Tad and Lou bump into Karl as they bring out another box of stuff for the council collection. Tad can't understand why someone would want to take someone else's rubbish, but Karl jokes that Susan always tells him not to come back with stuff. Toadie appears and they head off to the police station. Lou is going with them too. Tad hopes they can get Harold's TV back, but Toadie says they should be able to get more than that back.
Dee bumps into Connor and invites him to the party; he agrees to come. Darcy overhears and asks for his invite to the party. She reluctantly agrees.
Summer arrives with her pull-a-long truck as Karl is looking through the junk. He finds a fondue set, and she persuades him to give it to her. He then finds a doll, which she also persuades him to give to her, on the basis that she'll give it to some poor orphan child. Karl reluctantly hands it over.
Penny bumps into Darcy and starts trying to explain something to him, but he won't let her and claims that whatever she and Tess are concocting, it's now in the past; he leaves. Dee arrives and having overheard the conversation tries to tell her that Darcy isn't worth it, but Penny isn't willing to listen.
The guys arrive back, with Tad carrying the TV. Lou comment's that Harold will be happy to have it back, as he can resume watching daytime chat shows.
TAD: You know what I can't believe?
TOADIE: That those hair removal gadgets don't hurt.
TAD: Yeah, good one. No, someone is using all my personal details, my birth certificate, my passport, even my mother's maiden name to rack up thousands of dollars worth of debt against me.
TOADIE: Well, that's where we're at. Information in cyber world is currency my friend, you get all those details together you can virtually become you.
TAD: Yeah, well it sucks.
Lou admits it's something that has always been going on. Tad can't understand how the cops are as confused as he is, but Lou points out it's 'tricky stuff'. He tells Tad he needs to start thinking outside of the square; to take the liberal approach. Toadie points out that he could've helped the cops by thinking who it might have been, but Tad has no clue who has done it, and it's definitely not Connor.
Out in the street, Connor catches Tad's impostor going through the post. He tries to attack him and chase him, but he gets a kick in the groin for his effort and the impostor runs away.
Tad helps Connor inside and thanks him for his effort. He can't work out why the guy would want to steal his mail, but it's obvious it's the guy who is using his identity as they are all bills, and urgent reminders.
Lou pops back in and is surprised to see his stuff from the bookshelf gone. He asks Tad where it is, and he tells him he took it outside like he asked. Lou gets annoyed when he realises Tad thought it was the second shelf from the bottom, not the top.
Lou comes outside to find Summer has found his box of things. He realises she has the book he wants back and asks her for it, but she refuses to give it back.
Tad tells Connor how the police recon it is someone who has been in the house, but he can't think who. Connor asks if he caught sight of the guy at the post box, but he didn't. He comments that he's never been to half the places that the bills are for, including a post office box.
TAD: At this rate they'll never let me go on this Extreme Tour as there is no way they'll let me out of the country until it is sorted.
Dee comes through with a plate of food for the party. Both she and Toadie are all dressed up for the event, and after a few compliments are passed between them, Dee continues to worry that something will go wrong. Toadie tells her it will be fabulous.
Summer and Lou are in a deep stare out competition over the book. He eventually manages to get it off her for $5.
LOU: Let me try and give you some advice, young lady. Never try and scam a scammer.
She asks if she'd be able to have a juice. He seems a bit surprised, but she explains that Nana says he's a nice man, so he agrees, and they head inside.
Tad is on the phone trying to persuade the Extreme Tour people that he's unable to make the first location, but will definitely be with them for the next leg. As he gets off the phone Connor confirms with him that he's never had a post box before, and comments that he knows how to catch his man.
Penny is trying to talk to Darcy, but he refuses to listen to her and calls her crazy as he gets into his car and drives off. She climbs into hers and follows.
Dee brings through some drinks for her, Karl and Toadie; the only people at the party. Karl try to make polite conversation, but it doesn't seem to be much of a party. As Dee takes a phone call, Karl admits to Toadie that he can't stay long either. She returns, with news that Ben is sick so Libby and Drew can't make it. Karl uses it as his excuse to leave. As he leaves, Darcy arrives, announcing that the party can now start.
Connor explains to Tad that he needs to go down and steak out the post box, to see who it is that's after his post. As they leave, Lou explains to Summer that they are trying to catch a con-man. She admits that's she's interested in it; as Lou was at her age. He explains how he was a prodigy in con-art and uses the book as an example. He explains she gave in too easily as she didn't know the real value of what she was selling. He opens it up, expecting to show her all the coins inside, but instead finds a set of nuts and bolts. He asks her for the coins, explaining that he's paid her for it.
SUMMER: For the book. How much do you want to give me for the coins?
Darcy leaves the party at number 30, only to bump into Penny standing by his car. She asks him to just listen to her. He gives her the opportunity and she explains that what Tess did was wrong and she told her that. She asks if they could start over, and he agrees to meet her tomorrow. She jokes that it'll then be her turn to play hard to get.