Number 26 - Night
Nina's singing ‘Born to Try' to Connor but gets interrupted by Michelle and Lyn who just arrive home. They asks what they are doing and just before Connor can say Nina interrupts saying she wanted to know about the history assignment, the topics Michelle chose. She hides her sheet music next to her bag at the side of the sofa. Michelle goes on about how Nina is the first person to do her assignments when she first gets them. Nina picks up her bag, deciding to leave. Lyn offers for her to stay for dinner but she really has to go, her mum is expecting her. Connor notices that she forgot her jacket so runs out to her with it. Once out there he asks why she's keeping her singing a secret. Just because she doesn't want people to know.
Number 32 – Day
Nina is asking for Summer but Rosie doesn't know where she is, because she has a piano lesson to do. Luckily she arrives after trying to see Libby again. Rosie takes Summer over to the sofa and sits her down, discussing Drew's death with her. She thinks it's best if Summer gives Libby time, plus it's time for her piano lesson. Nina offers to cancel if Summer doesn't want to but Rosie insists she does. Harold enters the house quite rudely. How rude. He has a key to drop off because he has errands to do. Rosie offers him a cup of tea but he really has to go. Harold asks if everyone is fine and Rosie replies they are but Summer isn't, she really doesn't want to have a piano lesson. Rosie insists she does so Nina takes her over to Harold's.
Lou walks up to where the bishop is practicing his golf swing. He remembers that he's a good friend of Rosie's. He thinks she's done amazing work raising funds for the rebuilding the church and that she has attracted notice from those higher up. Lou asks if he can tell Rosie but the bishop thinks it would be best kept quiet for a while.
Lyn's telling Michelle and Connor about her work and asks if they can have lunch at the hospital's cafeteria. Michelle reminds her she's on work experience so she might not be able too. Best of all she's been partnered with Tahnee. But she's not scared of her, everyone knows what Tahnee did and she's become a bit of a leper at school. Lyn doesn't think Tahnee should be bullied but Michelle isn't going to forget the lies she told in a hurry.
We now wander off to where Karl and Susan are discussing Drew's will. Susan wishes she was the mother Libby needs right now but she's done the best she can. They both look up to Lyn who's come over to see how Libby's going. She overs her services if Libby needs anything, and waffles on about how Drew was a lovely man which depresses all of them.
Summer got the note wrong and she doesn't really care. Nina tries to encourage her but Summer is not in the mood. Nina realises this is about Drew. Summer asks her how people can just die. Tough question. Nina explains that things happen that don't make sense. Summer asks her what Nina wants her to do, which is find the middle C note. Sum goes back over to the piano and gets the note right. Nina looks in her bag for her songbook but can't find it… she realises where it could be.
There are toys all over the floor when Susan and Karl come to see Libby. She offers them coffee but they decline, Karl asking if Libby managed to get some rest. She has so Karl offers to take Ben for a while, but she doesn't want him to go because she needs him. Karl asks about Drew's will which Libby doesn't seem to know much about, she has no idea where it is. She allows Karl and Susan to go through her boxes in case it's in there, leaving them in the lounge room to stare at each other.
Michelle's sitting down reading a magazine while Lyn is leading an elderly lady to her room, saying that if she got blue hair it would clash with her clothes. Elderly lady agree and goes into her room, Lyn walking over to Michelle asking if she could imagine the lady with blue hair, the family would sue her. Michelle thinks she should be able to do what she wants. Lyn changes the topic to Tahnee, asking where she is. Just as Michelle says she hasn't arrived Tahnee walks through the door. Michelle has a go for her taking her time so Lyn greets her politely, leaving them to it. Michelle warns Tahnee not to try anything, and that them working together means nothing.
While Karl and Susan are going through a box Susan is talking about how she's happy that she has something to do, she can help someone. As they are chatting Karl finds the will in a lump of papers. He sees that it's been stamped so it will be easier to be lodged. Susan goes into the kitchen to make some tea and finds two bags that she brought over to Libby the day before, she hasn't put them away yet.
Tahnee and Michelle are reading to two old ladies in a hospital room. Both loudly so they women can here… until Michelle has a go at Tahnee for what she is reading. Tahnee informs her that the patient chose it so if she has a problem, talk to her. If not, go back to her own book. They both start reading out loud at the same time and Michelle gets impatient again, thinking this is ridiculous and that Tahnee's patient should have something else to read. She walks over to the bed and politely asks if the lady has something she wants to hear. She points to another book so Michelle grabs it and hands it over to Tahnee. Tahnee reminds her that Michelle asked for it before reading out more ‘romantic' garbage from the new book.
Lou joins Rosie at a table, telling her about how he ran into bishop McDermott in the park. He informs her that the bishop actually thinks highly of her, and says he has some big news for her but won't tell her what. She hopes it good news!
Nina walks over to Connor, so glad that she has found him. She needs him to let her into the Scully's house so she can get her songbook but he can't, he's due back at the site. He tells her Steph will be home soon so she can get it then but she really, really needs her songbook. The best he can do is 4 o'clock, she agrees to that and arranges to meet h9im at the Coffee Shop.
Michelle's reading to Lyn's old lady she was going to do the blue number on and turns around to see her mum arrive. Michelle asks her mum if she's seen Tahnee which she hasn't. Michelle starts having a go at her, saying Tahnee's probably chatting up some doctor and she's going to tell the supervisor Tahnee's slacking so Lyn warns her not too, that Tahnee might be sick or anything. Michelle marches out the room and Lyn follows, telling her she thought Michelle was the type of girl to give people the benefit of the doubt. Michelle asks her mum to give her one good reason for her to give Tahnee a second chance after all that she's done to her so her mum gives her one: she's a nice person.
Summer's complaining to Rosie, she wants to go see Libby again. Rosie promises they will go see her tomorrow, no buts about it and goes to answer the door. It's bishop McDermott. He tells her that the church has been pleased at her recent efforts, and that the archbishop has been so impressed he wants her to go work on one of their problem parishes on the north coast of New South Wales. Before she can get a word in he continues about where it is. She finally gets a word in and she isn't too keen about leaving. The bishop reminds her that neither of them can fight the church's decision.
Summer tells Rosie she doesn't want her to go, and gives her a hug. Rosie says she doesn't want to go but she may have no choice. Harold mention she has family and friends and asks if there is something they can do. But the church is like the army with this, there is nothing that can be done. Harold wonders what they would do without her and Rosie thinks they will manage.
Susan's putting food in the fridge for Lib, who doesn't want people fussing over her. Watches Libby walk past Ben in the playpen without a glance at him and says she's going to put the lasagne in the oven for her and it will be ready in half an hour. When Libby, sitting on the stairs, doesn't answer she informs her of the time it will be ready again. Libby acknowledges it angrily.
Lyn's going through the stuff on her sofa when she comes across Nina's songbook on the floor. She sits down and flicks through it, coming across one verse she reads out; “My love for you is a wafting breeze that touches my face and strokes my soul…” She gets interrupted by Connor and Nina arriving. Nina sees Lyn with her book and grabs it from her. Lyn explains she was just tiding and found it. Nina says it's just a scrap book but Lyn thinks she has a real way with words. Realising what she just said, she backtracks saying she was just looking to see who's it was and saw Nina's poem about her first love. She apologises and Connor says it's a secret. Nina tells Lyn it's a piece of junk, nothing important but Lyn doesn't want her to be like that. What Lyn wants to know is who it's about. Connor jokes around, asking if Nina has a boyfriend Michelle doesn't know about.
Tahnee wandering around and Karl asks if he can help her. She says she's waiting for her parents because her grandfather was brought in with pneumonia. Karl assures her that he will be getting the best possible care and she goes on to say they only found out about it this morning because her grandfather doesn't like to bother the family. Meanwhile while all this is happening Michelle is listening in. Karl gets beeped to go see a patient so he gives her some more reassurance before only getting two feet because he hears Michelle's accusations of Tahnee lying. He asks Michelle to stop it, it's not a playground. He tells her to go home while he takes Tahnee to see her grandfather.
The bishop has bought some wine from Lou and Lou has seen him outside. As the bishop leaves Rosie turns up. She congratulates him on seeling two of his most expensive wines and suggests they both celebrate her departure. That takes Lou by surprise. She explains all about it, and how she might be packed off within the month.
Libby's watching Ben play in the playpen when there is a knock at the door. It's Summer, she calls through the door asking to be let in, she really needs to talk. Libby says it's alright so Summer let's herself in and comes and sits with Libby. She explains about how her mum is dead and she knows what it's like to be left alone so she's brought her a present. Ben starts wailing as Libby says she thinks it's sweet of Summer to give her the bear. Summer goes on to explain that Drew gave it to her when she was in hospital and that it even smells like him. Libby smells the bear, which smells like Drew's aftershave, and thanks Summer but she can't take it. Summer says Drew was a special person and that it's her Drew bear, and that when she holds it close and closes her eyes sometimes she can hear his voice, sometimes even hear him laughing. She thinks Libby needs Drew bear more than Sum and she thinks Drew would want her to have him too. Libby thanks him and Summer then leaves, knowing Libby would like to be left alone. Libby smells the bear again then picks Ben up, giving him a big cuddle.