Lou tells Harold that he and Rosie are no longer an item, and that he thinks that will suit Harold.
Nina telling Connor that he betrayed her trust, by entering her tape in a competition.
Flick telling Stu that they should avoid seeing each other.
Stuart gets home to hear Angie and Kev arguing about how much Angie is feeding Bob.
Kev thinks that the dog has ballooned since they arrived.
Flick arrives, and Angie is impressed with what she sees, Angie and Kev comment on how pretty she is. She rather is rather untactful in asking if she is single, leaving both Flick and Stu squirming. She tells her that she has another son at home, Shane, and tells her that she should come back with them to meet him.
Kev tells Flick not to bother as she would never want Angie as a mother in law.
Flick tells them rather unconvincingly that it was lovely to meet them, and drags Stu out to the hall for a quiet word. She tells him that there is another limo job, Flick has to go along too to be the bag handle as they are very important guests.
At the Radio Station
Connor is congratulating Toadie on a good show, and asks how he could go about getting a graveyard slot. Unfortunately only students are allowed to take the slots. Connor says it's a shame as it sounds like fun, whilst trying to steal the tape of Nina, but as Toadie is telling him how the 'mystery singer' is boosting the ratings, he grabs the tape back from Toadie, vowing to find out who it is.
The bickering between Mr and Mrs Rebecchi is still in full flow even if they are in separate rooms.
Stuart is all dressed up for his chauffeuring job.
KEV: What are you spiffed up for?
STU: Chauffeur's job
KEV: Yeah? Is there much money in that?
ANGIE:: (shouting from another room) Where's my cuppa?
KEV: It's coming.
KEV: (To Stuart) Strike a light and do yourself a favour son.
STU: What's that?
KEV: Never get married.
ANGIE: Have you even put the kettle on?
KEV: Shut Up.
Stu scarpers and meets Toadie at the door.
STU: It's about your parents.
TOADIE: What now?
STU: They're very interesting people
TOADIE: I so owe you
ANGIE: You but the tea bag in the water and jiggle it up and down. How hard can that be?
KEV: Bag it or you'll wear it.
STU: You so do.
As Kev gets up to make a move with the tea, he switches on the radio just in time to win the lottery. - 3, 7, 12, 13, 25, 30. A huge smile crosses his face.
Lou's Place - In the office
Lou is telling Stu that they are missing out on a golden opportunity with the Limo, it has to be more than just A to B
He wants to offer up market food, Smoked salmon, oysters and sushi, because after all you can charge 'like a wounded bull' for those. Maybe even flowers on request and hampers for race goers.
Stu reminds him that he only has the limo for a month, but Lou may have to buy one of his own. He thinks that he has been 'under the influence of the god squad for far too long' and he has 'lost his edge' But he is going to change all that.
Michelle and Tahnee are discussing interview techniques. When Connor gets back he tells Michelle that she should be herself as the panel will be able to pick a phoney a mile off, and gives Tahnee an evil stare. She says that she has to go, obviously uncomfortable at Connor's underhand insinuations.
Connor tells Michelle that he has been to the American embassy and that he can only get a three month visitor visa to America, so the year in New York that they have planned is not going to happen.
Michelle suggests that he should go anyway, and once he is there he could quietly get a cash in hand job, and then disappear into the twenty people living there. Connor says that he doesn't want to break the law, but Michelle says that by saying that he is effectively saying that he doesn't love her. She says that he has not given her enough support over going to New York.
Flick and the guests are late by 40 minutes for the Limo. Flick tries to sweet talk him out of his bad humour by telling him that the uniform looks lovely on him and straightens his tie. Stu gives her short shrift telling her that it is hard enough for him to be this close to her, so they should just do their jobs.
Flick tells him sharply that she wasn't coming onto him, she was only straightening his tie. Stu looks slightly disappointed that that is all it was.
Angie is doing the laundry, and thinks that Kev is up to something, but he assures her that he is not.
Toadie tells them that there is too much Gas coming out Bob, and that he has to go on a diet, accusing Angie of over feeding him, the smell coming out of Bob is getting too much and Toadie relegates him to the back yard.
Angie asks Kev for a look at the paper to check her lotto numbers, but by way of distracting her Kev tells her that he is going to cook a special dinner. Angie is suspicious, but it does take her mind off the lotto numbers.
The Coffee Shop
Michelle is feeling let down that people are not more supportive of her plans for New York.
Tahnee suggests to Michelle that Connor is a bit of a wimp, but Michelle refutes this saying that he is just too realistic.
Tahnee tells her that there is one way that could get Connor into The USA for a year with Michelle....
At The Shops
Stuart is waiting for the guest who is shopping at the mall, Flick arrives with armfuls of bags, but tells Stu, that it is only half of it and she is still shopping.
Stu asks if Flick wants a hand, but she refuses telling him that his place as a chauffer is at the Limo.
Angie is worried at Kev's shopping, he has bought Smoked Salmon, Belgian Chocolates and Caviar, sounds like the sort of stuff Lou is looking for.
Angie wonders if Kev has paid for the things he has bought, but Kev tells her not to be suspicious, he has bought all the treats as he realises just how special it is that they have been together for 30 years. He is sick of all the arguing, and wants to give things another go, it looks like Angie is weakening.
Connor is explaining to Nina that there is no hope of him getting the tape back. Connor tells her to be mature about it, she has a fantastic singer and it's a great song, so she should share it with the world.
When Michelle comes in Nina hastily runs away, not wanting the conversation to go any further.
Michelle tells Connor that she should apply for the Green Card lottery to get permanent residency in The States, Michelle thinks that it is the answer to all their problems, but Connor dampens her hopes. He tells her that his cousin has been waiting for the Green Card Lottery for six years.
Harold is unsuccessfully trying to change the answer phone message to much amusement from the audience. Nina arrives for Summer's music lesson, and Harold is a bit woeful about the message, he realises that there is nobody else to do the message now he is on his own.
At the Shops
Flick and Stu are finally finished with the guest so Stu decides to take a shortcut to get them home quickly.
Michelle is trying to convince Connor to join the green card lottery.
Harold arrives with some left over Veggie lasagne, he is not used to cooking for one. When he realises that Lou is there for the evening, he makes his excuses to leave, as Lou is less than happy to see him there.
Toadie arrives to see his parents abandoned clothes all over the floor.
ANGIE: Toadfish you're back?
TOADIE: Ermmm yeah
ANGIE: I sure could do with a strong hot cuppa after that
TOADIE: That's way too much information
KEV: Where's my full throttle vixen then?
TOADIE: God now I'm in overload.
KEV: Oh hello son.
TOAIDE: Erm well I better get Bob, because er we've got an appointment.
ANGIE: Toadfish, there is nothing wrong with two consenting adult exploring their love for each other.
TOADIE: Yes there is if they're your parents.
ANGIE: You're a prude.
TOADIE: No I'm not.
ANGIE: Yes you are look at him.
TOADIE: Alright I'm a prude, alright. I'm practically Amish, that's why I'm going.
ANGIE: Toadfish, I'm not your mother I'm a woman.
TOADIE: Don't even go there.
ANGIE: A lot of woman, I have needs....
The sight of Kev and Angie in their dressing gowns is not a pretty one.
As the Toadie and Angie are arguing in the living room, Kev fishes about on the floor among the discarded clothes and gets the winning lotto ticket from Angie's bra.
The Middle of Nowhere
Stu runs out of petrol. Flick accuses Stu or doing this on purpose, but Stu thinks that Flick is the one to blame, as she obviously set up having to go on the trip.
Flick says this is not the case, before quickly back tracking and saying that she wanted to be there, and goes in for the kiss.
The next morning the two wake up in the back of the Limo, and something has obviously happened between them.