Harold tells Rosie and Lou that he's willing to forgive Ruby for what she's done.
After Karl is stopped for a random breath test it's discovered there is a positive amount of alcohol in his blood.
At the police station, Karl is given another breath test. The policeman tells him his alcohol consumption is over the limit. Meanwhile, Libby and Susan wonder what's happening. Back at the station, Karl isn't pleased that he's been given a $300 fine, that he has to pay within a period of 28 days. The policeman tells him he has a blood alcohol concentration of 0.071 and he will have his license suspended for 6 months after the 28 days are up. Karl explains that he is a doctor and has to drive a car. The policeman doesn't take any notice and tells him someone else who hasn't been drinking will have to drive him home.
Harold tells Lou that he isn't pleased with Rosie, as a reverand, betraying Ruby's trust. Lou tells him he should just be glad that he finally found out what Ruby's really like. Lou changes the subject and starts talking about the fake letters people have been sending saying that the food at the pub and coffee shop is bad, so they will get a free lunch. Harold says that its disgraceful and that they need to do something about it. Lou tells him he's got a diabolical plan to catch those people out.
Karl and Susan argue about him drinking alcohol before the two weeks were up. Karl tells Susan he thinks she's making too much it. He tells her its over now and it won't happen again. Susan asks him if the $300 fine is all it is. He lies and says "yes". Susan tells him she doesn't like the fact that they made a promise to each other and he broke it as if it meant nothing, just to have a drink for someone's engagement party. Karl replies that he already said he was sorry. Susan asks him if he would have even told her about the drinking if he wasn't caught. He says he thinks he would have. Susan is worried that Karl can't go without a drink for two weeks.
Boyd, Daniel and Summer decide to prank call "Lou's Place". Boyd rings and Lou answers the phone as Max watches. Boyd puts on a girls voice and asks if it's Lou. After he says yes, Boyd tells him its Sheridon from the "Ladies Lair". Lou asks, "What is all this?". Laughing, Boyd replies, "As a valued customer, we would like to give you the chance to take part in our two for one offer." Lou starts to get angry and says to stop making harassing calls like that to people, and hangs up. Max laughs and tells Lou whatever he does in his private life is completely his business. Lou walks into his office with Max yelling after him, "I'll never judge you for it".
Stuart is playing peek-a-boo with Ben, when Ben suddenly calls him "Dadda". Stuart looks worried and tells him "No mate, not Dadda, Stuie" Libby walks in and tells her that he thinks Ben is really close to talking now. Libby doesn't look very happy. Stuart says that she looks a bit "peeved" about something. She tells him it's nothing to do with him, that she's just worried about Karl lying to Susan just so he could have a drink. Stuart tells her "it isn't that bad".
Karl and Susan continue arguing. Karl tells Susan he wishes this whole mess hadn't started and that he'd never made a promise to stop drinking. Susan tells him she's worried about him not being able to say no to alcohol. He tells her he doesn't have a problem. Susan tells him she thinks there is a problem, because he was driving with her and Libby in the car to pick up his grandson, when he was legally drunk.
At "Lou's Place", Harold and Lou are discussing the letters that are being sent to the pub and the coffee shop. Lou tells him they need to find a way to catch them out. Harold doesn't seem too happy about. The phone rings and Lou answers it. It's another prank call with Summer talking this time. She asks, "remember me?" Lou puts the phone on speaker and tells Harold he has to listen to it. Max walks in as Summer tells Lou it's "Candy Delight" from the "Ladies Liar". Lou tells her he's never heard of her, and he never wants to again. He hangs up the phone. Max realizes it was Summer and leaves the pub.
At No. 30, Stuart and Libby continue to talk about Karl. Libby is worried about going home, because it could be a bad time. Stuart tells her it will be fine. Libby changes the subject to Ben. She talks to him about taking Ben to the game. Stuart says it will be good, then he tells her that Stuart said a word. But, instead of telling her he said "Dadda" he says Ben said either "Stu" or "goo". As Libby leaves, Stuart gets a call from Flick. He tells her he's sorry he didn't call her, that everything has just been busy.
At the Hoylands, Summer answers the door and its Joanne. She asks Summer where Max is. Summer tells her she's not sure. After Joanne leaves, Summer tells Boyd and Daniel they should stop calling Lou and start on Harold. Just then, Max and Lou walk in. Lou says that he's sorry for bothering them, that he's just had a bad day at work because people were make harassing phone calls to him and it has cost him some of the business because people in the pub heard it. He tells them he'll probably have to call the police. Then he pretends his kydney hurts by clutching his stomach and crying, "Oh, my kydney." Summer looks worried and tells him she thinks who ever did it won't do it again. Max says, "I'm glad to hear it, but I'm not too happy about my daughter moonlighting as an exotic dancer". Summer tries to deny it but Max doesn't believe her. Summer says it was all Boyd's idea. Max tells her it better not happen again and he tells Boyd he's getting sick of his nonsense and he can forget about a surfing trip he was planning.
Susan and Karl are talking when Libby comes in. Susan asks Libby if she wants a glass of wine which sets off another argument with Karl. Libby starts to get angry and tells them its getting petty, that they have just got back together and they should just give it a rest. Karl tells her it's not that serious. Libby tells him that it feels like it is.
At the Coffee Shop, Harold tells Lou that he has just got some bad news from Nina, that she told him she had the flu and won't be in the play anymore. Harold tells him he's worried because he doesn't have an understudy, and he doesn't see anyone else playing the part. Lou tells him not to worry, that he sould find a replacement. Lou says he thinks he's got an idea to get the letter scammers. Harold says to discuss some other time because he's too busy.
Karl and Susan are up early and haven't slept very well. Karl says he had been lying in bed all night thinking about the night before and what Libby said and decides to apologize. Susan says sorry too, but Karl tells her there is nothing to be sorry about. Susan says she thinks she made too much of, that it wasn't like anything really bad happened, only a fine. Karl tells her he's deciced he doesn't have to drink wine all the time. Susan is a happy, and tells him, "good on ya!" Karl tells her he thinks of this as a wake-up call. Susan tells him she loves, Karl says the same back, then they kiss. Libby walks in and is happy that they have kissed and made up.
There is a knock on the Hoylands door. It's Joanne. She tells Max that she was there the nght before. Max says that no one told him that. Joanne says never mind and asks him if she can bring some lunch over for a thank-you the next day. Max seems a bit hesitant, but agrees.
Stuart and Libby are talking about Flick. Libby asks him how long it is until she comes back. Stuart says he's not sure. Libby tells him he'll lose a million boyfriend points if Flick finds out that he doesn't know the exact number of days she'll be returning. Stuart doesn't look very happy. Libby asks him what's wrong. He tells her that Flick and him are becoming like strangers, and he thinks it was a mistake asking her to marry him.