Darcy worries what people will say about him, but Chloe is more worried about her reputation
Karl decides to make Ben and Libby his number one priority
Libby is folding up some of Drew's clothes as Susan arrives with a bag. She suggests that she could move in with Libby to help her out, as she is not allowing herself time to grieve. Libby isn't so keen on the idea of help.
LIBBY: What I need is my husband, but that's not going to happen is it, so I would appreciate it if you let me deal with this in my own way.
She thanks Susan for the offer, but is determined to do it her own way, and will call for help if and when she needs it. Susan seems a bit upset but understands the situation. They have a bit of a cry and a hug, before Susan heads off.
Michelle is not enjoying her baby project, as she struggles to find a way of stopping her baby crying. She swears she's never going to have kids, and can't see why her parent's would want another one. Joe asks if she's going to be able to keep the noise down today as he needs to get work done. Michelle begins to loose her nerve with the baby, so Joe comes over and takes it off her, and cradles it; it is instantly quiet. She asks how he did it, but he refuses to tell her as she isn't planning on having kids so it won't help her.
Susan is upset about not being able to help Libby, so Karl suggests she moves back in with him; to one of the spare bedrooms; as that way she'll be close to Libby. She agrees on the basis that it's for Libby.
A Good Hair Day
Joe helps Lyn carry a delivery in. Lyn explains that all the wigs that are about are due to Gino is working for a production of Camelot. Lyn is surprised to see that her first client of the day is Chloe; who arrives a second later. Joe takes it as his cue to leave.
Connor isn't very impressed by the fact the baby was crying all through the night, but Michelle points out he wasn't in the same room as it. She asks if he's going for his lesson with Libby, but he doesn't know what to say and doesn't feel it would be appropriate. The baby starts crying again so Michelle passes it over to him.
A Good Hair Day
Lyn is a little nervous about cutting Chloe's hair, but Chloe is being all polite making conversation about Steph. Lyn tells her she won't be telling Steph about the conversation they are having as she is going through enough with loosing a friend. Chloe compliments Lyn on having raised two wonderful daughters in Steph and Flick and asks if they can start their friendship again.
Libby pops over to find Connor, who claims he forgot about his lesson. While he goes to get his books, Michelle wonders how to stop the baby from crying. Libby mentions how she had to do the same project at school, and Michelle asks if it's easier in real life. She offers to help Libby out with babysitting if she requires it, but understands she has her parents support still. Libby thanks her for the offer and she and Connor leave for his lesson.
A Good Hair Day
Chloe comments that Joe and Lyn look happy, and Lyn lets slip they are thinking about having another baby. Chloe is pleased for them, and mentions how her and John's relationship has slid apart since their kids grew up; and it's time she started looking after herself, hence the haircut. Lyn was surprised that she came to her for her haircut, but Chloe admits she had a hidden agenda to make up. Lyn is glad as neither of them want to fight.
Nina comes to visit, and it would seem she is quite into the whole baby project. She has apparently named her baby, but I couldn't hear the name over Michelle's screaming one. Nina manages to calm down Michelle's baby and they decide to do something. Michelle suggests they call Tahnee and see if she wants to join in.
While Ben plays happily in his play pen, Libby suggests that Connor tells her a story, which she will write down and then they can read back together. He struggles to think of something, and it would seem he isn't all too relaxed about the situation. Libby offers to postpone the lesson if it's too hard, but Connor is keen to continue the lesson, though continues not to make eye contact with her.
The girls eventually agree on a movie to go and watch, though Nina and Michelle both go for the same movie while Tahnee is keen on the other one. She agrees to go along with their choice.
Karl bumps into Darcy and informs him that a Dr. Martin Cooke left a message for him. Darcy mentions he met him the previous evening at the theatre with Chloe. Karl tries to probe, but Darcy remains very coy. He claims he can just be friends with a lady, but jokes that Karl is waiting for him to fail again. Karl leaves Darcy to settle the bill.
Connor manages to finish reading the story he wrote with a little help from Libby. Although doing well, he goes slowly and doesn't seem that impressed. She offers him a drink, but he decides it's time to leave. She thanks him for coming over and helping her return to a state of normality.
CONNOR: He was a really nice man, you know.
LIBBY: Yes, yes he was.
CONNOR: And wee Ben sitting there, he's a splitting image of his dad.
The girls arrive back from the film, trying to probe Nina for details of her mystery boyfriend. They have a bit of a giggle and Joe asks how the film was. Michelle explains how they got kicked out as their babies wouldn't stop crying. Nina refuses to tell them who she wrote her song about, and they decide to head down to the coffee shop; leaving their babies behind. Joe comes through to find three crying babies in the lounge, and the girls gone.
Chloe and Darcy exchange pleasantries before Darcy thanks her for introducing him to 'Cookie' (Dr. Martin Cooke). She lets slip that she may have had a conversation to help his cause. She invites him along to the next meeting she's going to, where other high powered medical people will be present.
CHLOE: So I let you use me, can I use you?
DARCY: Sure, what time shall I pick you up?
CHLOE: Oh please, I'm the one with the limo account, I shall pick you up. Say five thirty.
DARCY: Sounds good. I'll see you then.
Lyn rushes in to find Joe fast asleep on the sofa with the three babies quietly tucked up in his arms. She comments that he's had good practice with the whole baby thing and he admits he quite enjoyed his afternoon. Lyn is further impressed to hear that he got the dinner in the oven and the ironing done, but the bookwork kind of slipped. Joe is keen to hear what happened between her and Chloe and Lyn explains that Chloe wanted to make up. He passes her another baby and goes to get her a drink, so she can tell him exactly what happened.
Karl and Susan arrive with some left-over take-away for Libby. Susan starts to amuse Ben whilst Karl and Libby have a chat. She explains how she's had a good day and is starting to see a way through it all. She explains how giving Connor a lesson that day had been good for her and that she was glad she did it. Susan reminds her to take it step by step and Libby agrees.
Karl spots a new photo of Drew and Libby that she had framed. Karl admits that he's been worried about her, but that she's coming through and he's proud of her.
LIBBY: Mum, why did you want to move in with me?
SUSAN: To help.
LIBBY: Is that the only reason?
SUSAN: I thought it might help me remember how to be a mother.
LIBBY: Well, if you still want to, I would love you to come and stay with me.
SUSAN: Oh, Libby, I do, yes I do.
LIBBY: I've come this far on my own, who knows how far I can go with my family around me.