The Scully household isn't able to come to a decision about sleeping arrangements, so Joe decides nothing is to change.
Taj admits to being Nina's secret admirer.
Taj admits to being nervous about asking Nina out, which is why he never came forward at school, she was way out of his league. He listens to her song off the radio all the time, and recons it's beautiful. She agrees to join him with the picnic.
Karl suggests to Susan that they bring the wedding forward to next week to tie in with their anniversary. Susan doesn't see how it will be possible as they still have so much to sort out. He informs her that Lassiter's have a cancellation; she is ecstatic, but he admits that he got a really good deal on the venue.
Nina thanks Taj for the picnic lunch, and it would seem that they got on well. He is surprised that Tahnee didn't mention her to him, but admits she is hard to get on with some times. They decide to head back and he offers to walk with her. Nina is glad that her admirer turned out to be him, but just as they reach a pivotal moment of gazing into one another's eyes, Connor and Michelle arrives. Connor warns Taj that he nearly had a restraining order being forced onto him, but Taj laughs it off, and Connor and Michelle soon get the message, leaving them to their picnic.
Jack and Lori are looking for a job for Jack, but not having much luck. It seems his non-qualification background isn't helping him, and he wonders about returning to school. Lyn recons there must be something out there that would suit his footie background.
Susan is struggling to get her head around internet bridal sites, but Lyn arrives and informs her that it's not just the amnesia that's causing it; she has trouble with it too. She hands Susan some bridal magazines instead.
Lyn explains how she's just been for a coffee with Joe, but come out of it feeling like men are different creatures, and how the book she has just read helps her make sense of it all. Susan doesn't really understand and neither do I, but Lyn reassures her that she and Karl are different as they are right for one another and love one another. Lyn wonders if Karl has told her yet about the conflicts Karl and Joe have when it comes to sport and bbq's.
Connor suggests to Joe the idea of setting up a bedroom for himself at the back of the garage, to solve the bedroom dispute. Joe likes the idea as it'll give them a more permanent presence and not annoy the ladies so much upstairs.
CONNOR: What would you think about Michelle coming down every so often?
JOE: Oh yeah, yeah, as long as you kept the door open.
CONNOR: Oh, you're serious!
Michelle is unable to understand how Taj was to shy to talk to Nina; she comments that he's not a bad guy to go out with as he's good looking, sporty and romantic. Nina doesn't disagree! As they chat she receives a message from him, but he is already coming down the stairs. Michelle leaves them to gaze at one another, as she runs to class.
Lyn has to rush off, but on the mention of hair for Susan's wedding day decides she can stay a little longer. Susan asks if she'd also help her to choose a dress.
LYN: I thought you'd chosen a dress
SUSAN: Yes, I have, I've chosen seven dresses
Lyn offers for them to go back to her house as she has more magazines to look at there. Just as Susan gets up Karl arrives and immediately attempts to seduce her towards the bedroom door, unaware that Lyn is present. Susan explains that they are busy and have things to do; she and Lyn rush off leaving Karl alone.
Michelle wanders in as Joe and Connor are discussing moving his stuff into the garage. Joe starts explaining to her the situation, persuading her that it's for the best and Connor will be ok down there, but she is fine with it. Joe is a little surprised and rushes off to put the ideas to practice.
MICHELLE: How did you get him to agree to that?
CONNOR: Didn't even have to try, he loved it.
They giggle but Joe asks if they'd like to give him a hand.
Joe unloads things from the ute to start renovating the garage. Michelle wonders what colour they should paint it, but Joe doesn't seem to mind. They open the garage door, but find Lyn and Susan already in there, working out measurements for Susan's dress. Joe explains that Connor is going to move into the garage, so she will have her sewing room back. Lyn is a bit surprised, but Connor explains that he doesn't mind and that it was his idea. Joe starts taking measurements and gets Connor to help him, leaving Lyn and Susan standing helpless.
Taj and Nina are discussing how popular his name is and all these famous people, most of whom he's made up, share his name. Jack and Lori arrive, they tell Nina not to bother dropping out of school as there isn't much hope without a year 12 education. Taj is surprised to hear Nina was planning on dropping out to put her time and effort into her singing. He thought the idea of school was that you could have something to fall back on if things don't work out. Jack agrees from over at the next table. Nina tells him not to give up hope, while Lori is at the counter already trying to persuade Harold to give Jack a job. Harold apologises that he isn't able to help, and Lori returns to the table. Jack is surprised that Lori asked for a job for him and comments that he doesn't want a pocket money job, more a career.
Susan admits to Karl that spending time with Lyn and Joe is an eye-opener. Karl comments that they do have their own way of relating, just as they themselves do. Susan wonders if all couples bicker, and Karl tries to make out that they're different and don't, but she is able to remember some debates they have in the past.
SUSAN: But it doesn't upset me like that first memory of Sarah did.
KARL: That; is never going to happen again.
SUSAN: To right it's not.
By this point they are very close to one another, and Karl is pleased at the chance of having a marriage again, as it's a chance to do things again. Susan warns if he starts singing, she's leaving.
Lyn asks Connor and Michelle to set the table as they pass by with all Connor's 'worldly possessions' ready to take downstairs. Jack and Lori arrive back after not such a successful job hunt, most of which was spent chatting at the coffee shop, perhaps that's why!. Joe wanders in (hey we seem to have nearly half the Scully population in the kitchen all at once). He suggests that Jack take a job on the building site, but Jack isn't so keen on the idea of manual labour. Connor comments that it isn't too bad, and Michelle agrees that it's beefed him up a bit! Jack really isn't keen on the building job, claiming there isn't a career in it, but Lyn reminds him that she warned him not to drop out of school. Michelle wonders why he doesn't just return to school, she informs them that it's the last day of school tomorrow, so they may as well pop in and ask. Jack doesn't seem so keen, but Lori comments that she may be interested in returning too.
Michelle, Jack and Lori bump into Nina in the corridor and explain that they are thinking of returning to year 12. Taj comes running down the corridor with his footie mates and bumps into Nina, he invites her and Michelle to come to an end of year party he and his mates are having up the coast. Michelle asks if Connor can come, but Taj replies only if he can surf. Conversation soon turns back to Jack and Lori, and Lori comments that she could buy Nina's uniform off her. Nina replies that that may no longer be possible, as she will be staying at school. Taj is pleased to hear it, but his mates rush off with the football, so he follows.
Karl asks Joe if he'll be around next week as he'll be dropping an invite around. Joe says he will and heads off, leaving Karl to tell Harold about how they've brought the wedding forward to be on their anniversary. Harold recons it's like a fairy tale and Karl agrees. Karl asks how he and Ruby are and Harold seems very smitten. Karl decides he better put an invite to her on Harold's invitation as well.
Jack arrives back as Lyn is busy tidying. He's left Lori at the shops and it would seem he is glad of the break for a while. Lyn asks if things are alright between him and Lori, but he claims things are fine, he just needs a bit of a break, as things have been intense since them moved overseas. She wonders if there was a particular reason why he moved back home from New Zealand. Jack explains how when he came home for Michelle's party everything was great and then Lori turned up.
JACK: I came home because I needed a break, from the relationship, from everything.
LYN: Jack, what are you saying? Did you leave New Zealand to break up with Lori?