Steph walks over to the fridge to buy a drink. Flick's at the counter and asks if she's okay. Steph asks if that's her nice way of saying if she looks terrible. Flick denies and says she looks like she needs a holiday. Steph then says she isn't sleeping very well. Flick says “why wouldn't you, given that you've lost your best friend” and then says that “you're allowed to feel upset”, then asks her for lunch at the pub. Flick won't take no for an answer and Steph accepts.
Karl and Darcy are walking along and bump into Chloe; she asks Darcy if they can change the time to 6:30. She walks off and Karl asks what they're doing. Darcy then says they're going to see a play. Karl asks if her husband knows and Darcy says he does and he's only going because he wasn't interested, he then denies anything's going on and as Karl puts it, gets “defensive”. Karl asks what they're seeing and Darcy tells him it's The Graduate. Karl finds this very funny and asks if he knows what it's about. Darcy doesn't and asks Karl. Karl laughs and walks off.
Lou's on the phone but hangs up when Stu comes in. Stu then offers to work at the garage saying he owes it to Drew. Lou seems very pleased with this and Stu says “I'm there for as long as you need me”.
Steph walks in on Libby who's sorting out Drew's clothes. Steph tells her there's no rush to do all this now but Libby says it has to be done. She's offers to give some to Joe but Steph says he'll be okay. The doorbell rings and in comes Susan. She asks Libby what she is doing who gives her the same answer she did to Steph. She ties up a bin bag and says she's giving them to the Salvation Army. Susan also says there's no rush but Libby says other people need them so why wait. Libby picks out some clothes Darcy might like.
Stu's checking out the car's engine when Lou comes out and says he appreciates it. They're talking about Drew's old customers when Summer overhears and walks over. She has a big go at Stu saying that it's Drew's garage and he shouldn't even be here and that Stu doesn't even care that he's dead. Stu runs after her.
Steph's doing the washing up and Susan walks over. Susan's scared that Libby will regret chucking out all Drew's clothes. Steph says it must be hard for her, saying she finds it hard and says it must be horrible for Libby and says if she were she wouldn't want to let any of his stuff go.
Karl and Darcy are fussing over Libby and Libby gives Darcy the bag of ties, he says he'll be proud to wear them. Karl asks if he can have Ben tonight for some proper grandfather time. Libby agrees and leaves. Karl sits down with Darcy and tells him he thinks Libby needs to give herself more time.
Steph and Flick are talking about Libby over a meal saying that they think she's in denial. Steph's wondering whether she should talk to Libby or not, feeling it might not be her place but she's afraid she'll come across as a bad friend. She's saying she's worried about her having a breakdown when Libby walks over to them. They ask her if she wants to join them but she says she has to find Lou. She walks off and Steph hopes that she hadn't overheard them.
Summer's sitting at a table looking upset, Stu's next to her and trying to comfort her. The camera then zooms over to Lou who's sitting on the other side of her. He says they're trying to do what they think is best and summer begins to cry. She says she won't forget about him and Lou says none of them will. Lou has an idea show how much Drew meant to everyone and asks them to meet him down by Lassister's lake tomorrow.
Darcy walks in and tells Flick he's going to the theater with Chloe. After an awkward silence from Flick Darcy goes and sits down and Flick rings for to come down. They have a chat about the play and Flick won't tell Darcy what it's about. Chloe comes down and after a brief conversation about how “lovely” her outfit is they leave to find a very posh limo waiting for them outside.
Chloe's talking to people when Darcy comes over with what looks like champagne. They go aside to drink it Darcy worried about that people are talking about him but Chloe tells they aren't and calls him dashing which perks him up.
Karl's on a table talking to Ben when Susan walks in and says he hopes he's not expecting an answer. Karl tells her Ben's staying the night to help Libby. Susan tells him it must be great to get all this support from everyone. They chat a bit about what's in store for Libby and Ben future and Ben growing up not knowing his Dad. Karl says he's going to put Lib and Ben first from now on and Susan looks sad.
The interval has just started and everyone gets up apart from Chloe and Darcy who talk about the play. Apparently there's a film about it too according to Chloe. Chloe asks if he's feeling uncomfortable but Darcy denies it. They chart about the character Mrs. Robinson and Chloe says she's one of her favourite characters especially the way he can sweep a young man off his feet. Darcy looks uncomfortable but Chloe tells him she's happily married.
Flick gives Steph a bag of herbal tea that's meant to make you go to sleep better. Steph then invites her in for five. Steph tells her she forgives her for the whole Mark thing and Steph want them to make up. Steph says life's to short to hold onto grudges and doesn't want to waste her life being angry. Flick apologizes and tells her how stupidly she behaved. They then hug and have a sisterly reunion.
Darcy and Chloe are talking over champagne. She thanks him for coming. Darcy says he was to go home but Chloe begins to drop a well known doctor's name and he suddenly wants to stay. They go over to meet him and Chloe says he's a lovely man and it wouldn't hurt his career. She's clearly trying to networking him.
Stu, Summer and Lou are on a bench holding a bunch of balloons. Lou says it's a way to commemorate Drew and to express what he meant them. They're each going to take a balloon and before they let it go say something about Drew and how much they loved him. Lou asks Summer to go first but she doesn't know what to say. Lou goes first.
LOU: The thing that I really loved about Drew was the way he was loyal to all his friends. He always stood by us.
He lets the balloon go and Stu takes his.
STU: He never said a bad word about anybody. Always looked for the positive, that's what I loved about Drew.
Summer has an idea and takes a balloon.
SUMMER: I love the way Drew always made me laugh.
She lets the balloon go. Stu and Lou put their arms around Summer and Lou gives her all the balloons, she lets go of them all.
Karl's pushing Ben along in his pushchair and sees all the balloons. He shows Ben the balloons. He looks up again and looks really upset.