Max gives Steph perfume.
Cookie's assault of Dee. He says she's naïve to think she can report him.
The interviewer, Bill Mott asks if Dee knows that everything must be kept confidential. Neither she nor Cookie must talk about it at all to one another or to anyone else-or it will possibly end in a suit for defamation.
Cookie's in reception when Max brings in Summer, who's had a fainting fit at school. Max asks him to see her and when he hears she has Long QT syndrome, he postpones an appointment to fit her in.
Libby's very excited to hear about the wedding and as soon as Karl points out that there's no point in a long engagement, she and Susan start to make elaborate arrangements for finding a gown, using long-stemmed roses and a marquee etc.-to Karl's alarm. Susan doesn't remember the first wedding so wants to make the second one unforgettable. He suggests that their first wedding was wonderful for its 'elegant simplicity', but Susan asks if he wants a 'plain, drab' wedding. He doesn't get very far with his argument, because each flashy thing he says they don't need -'like limos' gives them another idea to add to the list.
Boyd receives a phone call from Heather at school. Daniel tells him there'll be 'cool chicks' at the party he's organising at the weekend, so he should move on.
Dee signs the report. Bill Mott says that next he'll interview Mr Cook to get his response to her allegations. She knows he'll deny it and is told that if the allegations are found to be deliberately false or malicious, she may face repercussions. She decides to go ahead, to stop him doing it again.
Cookie's attending to Max and Summer, whom he suspects of not taking her tablets recently. Max says that she's very good at taking them so Cookie answers that in some cases the beta-blockers are not quite so successful. He suggests an 'LCSD' procedure which regulates the heartbeat. He asks Max to have it scheduled.
Dee sees how well Cookie's handled the matter and says to Toadie that people are going to hate her for what she's doing.
Daniel suggests that Boyd organise for Heather to get messages saying she's up herself. Boyd says to leave her alone, so Daniel says he's sure Boyd never did anything with her.
Boyd tells Daniel loudly in the other students' hearing that that's not all there is to liking someone-it does involve respect for the other person too.
Steph calls at the garage to borrow tools from Stuart. There's no sign of him, but Max and Summer see her from across the road so Summer wants to say hello. She tells Steph about the procedure and as they talk, Max notices oil on Steph's neck. She tries to rub it off with his handkerchief, but makes it worse, so he has to do it for her, much to Summer's enjoyment.
Boyd is 'uninvited' to the party because Daniel's calling him a poser and a sad case for telling them stories about Heather, when he didn't do anything with her. Boyd walks off after saying that at least he can admit it. Some of the girls are watching admiringly.
Libby and Susan arrive to meet Karl for lunch, armed with lots of brochures. He thinks a lot of 'showy' weddings may leave a bad taste, lose some of the meaning of the event-but Libby and Susan are wondering about releasing doves. Their first wedding was at a registry office followed by a Chinese meal with friends in the backyard.
Susan: Takeaway wedding lunch?!
Karl: Well, it was a full banquet'.
Susan asks if he's worried about the cost and he's trying to say no, when Libby sees a page and suggests they 'can hire the whole mansion'. 'Forget it!' he blurts out. He leaves talking about 'less is more', while Susan frowns at Libby, obviously thinking about something.
Dee tells Toadie Cookie's a good doctor, so she wonders if she has the right to destroy his career. Toadie points out he's not a nice person and what happens to him is his own doing.
Karl greets Cookie at the hospital, saying he's heard all about him. Cookie fears the worst, but Karl means the taking over of management of Summer's case. He says he told max that she's in the hands of the best cardiologist in Australia, while Bill Mott waits for Cookie to go in with him to discuss the case. Inside, Cookie tells him Dee's story is a complete fabrication and that he'd declined her invitations to meet socially, then goes on to say he's held back until now since she's a very good nurse but must tell the whole story.
Summer can't work out why if Martin Cook's such a good doctor, he's only called 'mister' and she doesn't want the operation. Max convinces her it will be a good thing if it fixes the problem, but refuses her request to ask Steph over 'to make her feel better', saying she and her grandmother must stop interfering, because it's starting to wear a little thin.
Boyd gets home after a bad time at cricket practice. It's because he first told the other boys 'he'd done it' with Heather, but has now admitted he didn't. Max tells him it must have been hard to tell the truth but it's good for him that he's done it-but Boyd says Heather won't have anything to do with him anyway. He thinks he'll never get her back now.
Libby comes to watch TV with Steph, who's been shopping for 'bits and pieces'-lots of nice new clothes. Libby wonders why the change of image. Steph can see she's getting at something and says crossly that despite 'what some nameless people think' she does have things other than jeans and bike leathers in her wardrobe. Libby replies that she does now, anyway. Steph's so nervous she can't use the remote control.
Karl is ordering breakfast-having to be persuaded to have the full breakfast and juice, so Susan asks Libby if she's about to marry a miser. Libby answers that 'tight as a drum' describes him-he even keeps the tomato sauce bottle upside down in the fridge, so not a drop's wasted.
While they're finishing breakfast at the coffee shop, Max tells Boyd he did the right thing. Summer sees Steph and tries to suggest she and Max can make a team for an air-hockey competition, at the same time as Libby asks Steph where her new skirt is. Max whisks Steph off quickly so Libby walks up to the school with them to get her report.
Dee tells Toadie she's received a message from Bill Mott asking her to see him again. He replies that he's sure she's going to win, that Cookie's caved in.
Boyd is being hassled by Daniel, when one of the girls gives him a note 'for standing up for the girls'. Libby sees him and asks to read it-'At last a boy who tells the truth. You're unreal, Boyd!' He grins when she says he seems to have a fan-club.
Bill Mott tells Dee that Cookie has made counter-allegations of harassment against her-that she made romantic approaches to him to further her career. Outside, she tackles Cookie, who points out she's not supposed to communicate about it, but they're interrupted by Darcy. Darcy sees they were having an argument and tries to ask about it, so Dee leaves, upset. Darcy follows her to say that Cookie probably snapped because of the pressure on top surgeons and he'll be nicer to her next time, back to the good person he normally is. She breaks down and cries on his shoulder.