Writer: Ray Kolle
Director: Tony Osicka
Lori Lee: Michelle Ang
Daniel Clohesy: Thomas Blackburne
Barry Shears: Alex Cappelli
Joe carries on about Stuart's lack of responsibility because of his plan. Steph tries to convince him that he has to let them enjoy their youth. When she tells him he isn't romantic, he replies that it's a typical female remark, so then they argue about whether he's sexist or not. Stuart moves off and opts out.
Harold suggests to Rosie that she's so interested in his private affairs he thinks she might be jealous of Ruby, though he can't understand why. She says she's concerned for him as a friend because he's not being cautious enough. He queries-'only as a friend?' and she answers that's all they've ever been. She reminds him that she came to apologise and they both soften and say sorry. They agree to still be friends.
Lyn asks Rosie 'friends?'
ROSIE: Let's face it, I've missed the boat there, Lyn.
Boyd thanks Libby for mentoring him and she asks about Heather. He has a schedule, complete with what he'll talk about at given times. Libby says he doesn't have to plan every five minutes, just be himself. He says he wants not to mess it up again.
Susan has Lyn's fussy sketch of her dress and doesn't like it as there's too much lace. Libby says she must tell her, just as Lyn arrives and says she has already started the dress.
Steph and Joe are still carrying on about sexism and being romantic. Stuart comes and tells them he's going and thanks them. Steph remarks that he's a bit odd as he asked their advice and didn't stay around to hear it.
Lou comes in back from his trip. He asks Rosie for a moment and whether she had time to think about them getting back together. She says she's sorry, but she's just come to the same conclusion. She ressures him that he'll never be alone as he has so many friends, including her. She offers him a lift home as it's raining but he refuses and says he'll walk.
Libby and Susan have combined to convince Lyn the dress is wrong. She takes it very well but doesn't look too happy when she gets outside.
She tells Lori what's happened and Lori offers some ideas for 'a more contemporary look'. Lyn snaps that she can fix up her own design, so Lori goes. Joe has overheard and when Lyn says Lori thinks she knows everything, he says she was just trying to help. Lyn's still upset and nervous.
Joe is worried about Michelle going to the beach with Connor. Lyn answers all his qualms and asks her what's wrong when she keeps snapping back at him. She says she shouldn't have snapped at Lori, but she gets on her nerves as she makes her feel sh'e past her 'use-by date' as she's such a 'miss know-it-all' who makes her feel inadequate in her own home. He suggests she's over-reacting a bit and she agrees to apologise to Lori.
Daniel has a few bruises where he had a run-in with the 'West Waratah boys'.
He and Boyd discuss what Boyd might buy his girlfriend and can't decide so consult Libby and Susan. Susan says the coolest present she ever was given was from Craig, when he brought her a street-sign for 'Susan Street'. Harold says it was very irresponsible but it's too late as Boyd looks thrilled at the idea and rushes out.
Lyn sits Lori down to talk and suggests they each tell the other what they have a problem with. Lori says Lyn is too controlling and she's not used to it as she's been independent for a long time. Lyn says her problem is that Lori's more independent than she's used to in someone her age and she's sometimes too direct, which can be hurtful. She goes on to say she knows she's jealous because Jack's so dependent on Lori, so they decide to go a bit easier on one another.
Boyd and Daniel ask Stuart the way to Heather Street.
Lou has just got in when Harold calls in with some food from the Coffee Shop. Lou's treats him very coldly and says Harold seems to have forgotten that they are no longer friends. Harold wants to patch it up, but he sends him away and then slumps in his chair, obviously finding it painful.
Boyd and Daniel are almost in Heather Street when Boyd spots a boy who it Daniel. He taunts him, thinking they'll get away on their bikes, but find the boy has his gang with him, also on bikes.
Libby calls to see Stuart just as he's left another message for Flick to ring him. He's worried that she has met someone else. Libby invites him to Ben's first birthday party, then just as she leaves, the phone rings. It's Flick so Stuart's first remark is 'How's Chad?'
Boyd and Daniel get down the Heather Street sign just as Barry and the other boys come back.
Lyn and Lori visit Susan and Libby to show the new design, which Susan finds perfect.
Lyn's really excited and getting on very well with Lori. Joe comments on it so she tells him about the chat and agrees Lori's really nice.
Joe says how quiet the house is and Lyn comments that there would never have been quiet times like that if they'd had another baby. Joe says it's fortunate it didn't happen, as it wasn't one of their better ideas. She just looks pensive.
Daniel and Boyd get home with the sign. Daniel asks whether Max will be home, But Boyd says he's at the hospital with Summer. He goes to hide the sign in his room when Max appears in the doorway.
'No you won't, Boyd'.
Lou wakes up in the armchair and has a lot of trouble getting up. He groans and falls to the floor.