Penny reveals her faults as a girlfriend to Darcy's mum, Carmel.
Drew arrives home and pulls into his driveway to find Summer passed out on the lawn. Picking her up, he heads across the road.
Drew arrives with Summer in his arms. Karl informs him that he shouldn't have moved her, but Drew realises it's a bit late now. Laying her down on the sofa, Karl checks for possible fractures while Drew leaves a message on Rosie's answer phone. As Karl goes to get his medical bag, Drew watches over Summer, as she slowly wakes up.
SUMMER: You rescued me, you're my hero.
While Dee waits to pay for her salad, Penny takes the opportunity to tell her about her food poisoning scare; cue half the customers getting up and walking out. Dee eventually gets her back on task, and is able to pay and leave. As Dee heads out, Carmel arrives, apologising for leaving her and Darcy at the meal. Carmel admits that Penny reminds her a lot of herself at that age, to which Penny is surprised, as she thought she hated her. Carmel reveals it's quite the opposite, though they could have some fun, seeing as though Darcy thinks they don't get on.
Carmel has brought Darcy a coffee, and comments as to how his girlfriend 'Jenny' has scalded the milk. Darcy can't believe that his mum can't remember yet another of his girlfriends name and it adds to his suspicions that Carmel doesn't approve of Penny.
It appears Summer is back to her cheeky former self as she asks Karl for more sprinkles for the ice-cream. Rosie meanwhile tries to establish what happened, but all Summer can remember is playing with Audrey, and then waking up later. Karl would like to take her to the hospital, just to check her over, due to the extended loss of consciousness. Rosie agrees.
Toadie is relaxing on the sofa whilst Dee practises her massage techniques on his feet, though it doesn't last long as it soon turns to torture, according to Toadie. Dee insists that she has to work the muscle or there is no point in the massage, he tries to change the subject by asking after Ray, but Dee replies that he's busy at the moment. The door goes, leading to a bicker between the two of them as to who is to answer. Dee comments that she can't answer it as she's got oil on her hands, but willingly wipes Toadie's foot of the oil to allow him to answer. It's Stu, who has scored a few days leave. They welcome him in, but he doesn't stay long as he heads off to see Flick.
Steph is surprised to see Stu back. He enquires after Drew, but he is out. Sensing who he was really hoping to find, Steph reveals that Flick has gone to America to join Tad. He thanks her and leaves; disappointed.
Dee helps Stuart to relax on the sofa, handing him a beer and offering him some home cooked food, when Toadie arrives, telling him to get a move on as they are off out for a big night on the town. Dee isn't impressed, and the two of them start bickering once more. Stuart however doesn't care what they do, and they continue to bicker.
DEE: Fine, I'll compromise; dinner, then a club.
Meanwhile Stuart has drifted off to the land of daydream, and missed their conversation entirely.
Darcy arrives to find Penny looking miserable, she explains that it's because his mother wasn't impressed with the coffee's she made for her, and is threatening to sue. Angry, Darcy tells her not to worry, as he will talk to his mother. He heads off, leaving Penny grinning.
Stuart is resting on the sofa with Bob as Dee attempts to cook. Her first attempt doesn't go well however, and she is forced to start all over again. Toadie comes to see how Stu is, though is rapidly summoned back to the kitchen for not doing the right job. Stuart decides to leave the two of them to it, and heads out to the pub.
Karl informs Carmel that there is still no news of Susan, but is off to the police station to help keep the momentum going. Carmel worries about her trip home being too soon, but Karl reminds her that there isn't much she can do anyway. She spots Penny, and reveals their trick on Darcy, so Karl heads off leaving the two ladies to chat.
Steph arrives as Stuart sends the cue ball flying off the pool table. She offers him a game and to give him a few pointers. Stuart manages to pot a colour, but as they progress to talk about cue ball positioning, Toadie and Dee arrive, furious at Stuart for walking out on them as they were preparing his dinner.
DEE: What was the big idea walking out like that?
TOADIE: Not even a note, no goodbye.
STUART: I told Bob!
They head off, informing him that his dinner will be at home, though Stuart is just left baffled, and Steph wonders if they've just had a glimpse into the future. She informs Stuart of the kiss.
Drew is glad to see Summer resting, as she tells him all about her blood test. He offers if she'd like to look after Audrey for a while, as he has to go home. She agrees, though she has to hold her side of the deal, which is to rest. Drew leaves, allowing Boyd to start fussing over his sister. Summer insists she is fine, and tells Boyd that their mum said she'd be fine. She claims she saw her while she was asleep, and Claire said that Boyd would look after her. Rosie comes in and overhears as the two kids hug.
Darcy is having a go at his mother about not giving Penny a chance. Carmel finally gets Darcy to button his mouth, and reveals to her son that she does like Penny, but it's him she's worried about. As Darcy promises his mother that he won't hurt Penny, the lady in question comes storming into the pub. Carmel stands up and the two women are soon bickering, leaving Darcy rather confused. The two continue to fight, so Darcy butts in and tries to tell his mother that she mustn't be so possessive and has to accept that Penny is the one for him. Having listened to Darcy's rather long declaration of love for Penny, the two women fall about laughing and he realises he was set up.
Carmel is packed and ready to go. She says her goodbyes and heads off. Rosie arrives hoping to talk to Karl. He admits they are not sure what is wrong with Summer, as it is not uncommon for children to faint. Rosie informs Karl of Claire's death, and how it was so sudden it took the whole family by surprise. Karl confirms that they'll have to run some more tests. Rosie is curious as to the tests he has ordered so far, to which he reveals they would be negligent not to rule out epilepsy or narcolepsy.