Darcy discovers a folder at the top of the mysterious box that arrived for Dee from Tasmania.
He goes through the papers and discovers a marriage certificate.
Ruby tries to leave and get some milk a little angry with Harold for not letting her do it by herself
Toadie and Darcy are at Lou's Place standing at the bar discussing having a boys night out. Dee comes through the door after returning from Tasmania and moving her Nan. She goes up to Toadie and gives him the obligatory “Did you miss me?” kiss and hug. Toadie then turns as if to leave and Darcy asks about men being men and Toadie responds with what about women being women and then proceeds to leave with Dee. Lou offers to Darcy that he wouldn't mind a drink and a chat and could keep him company. Darcy of course makes an excuse to get out of it and makes a call to what appears to be the detective he hired enquiring as to the progress on the investigation into Darren Turner.
At the Scully's Joe and Lyn are sitting on the couch and has Joe has his ear to Lyn's stomach trying to get the baby to kick. Lyn told him that she couldn't get the other four to kick on demand and she can't get this one to either. Joe refers to the baby as “he” and Lyn refers to it as “she”. Connor and Michelle come through the front door just as Joe is “telling” the baby that it can't hide. Connor and Michelle have a look on their face that is a little bemused. Joe stands up trying to make an excuse to get himself out of a whole. He then disappears into the kitchen with the excuse that he has to “clean the party” Connor follows him with an offer to help. Michelle and Lyn stay in the lounge and talk about Steph and Alex. Both comment on how he is a “bit of alright” and “a looker”. They also comment on how happy Steph has been. They begin to speculate as to whether this could be the one relationship that will finally work out for Steph keeping in mind that it is pretty early on.
Bib and Bob are sitting on a chair. Dee asks why Bib is still there and tells Toadie that they can't keep him and there can't be two Bob's. Toadie responds by saying that he is going this week…or maybe next week. Dee apologises for getting angry with Toadie about not being able to help her move her Nan. Toadie asks if they cannot have any more misunderstandings/secrets. Toadie joking about asking if he had told Dee about being married with 3 kids (said with tongue in cheek). He then asks Dee about her secret life. Initially Dee seems a little guarded but then says it's just her and she has nothing to hide.
Harold is sitting at his kitchen table when Ruby comes out with her bags packed as if ready to leave. She says that she can't stay; He says that things aren't that bad and then she says that they both know that isn't the case. Ruby realises what she and Harold have and that by staying she is only going to hurt Harold. Harold admits that he can't help Ruby on his own and was beginning to interfere with her life rather than helping her. Ruby asks if she can put Harold through it again and he responds with if she can't put him through it who could she.
At the surgery the next morning and Toadie is escorting Dee to work. They make arrangements to meet for lunch; Toadie then asks if they can make it morning tea. Darcy asks if Dee is working that day and Toadie says they are still deciding. Dee and Darcy talk about if there is going to be a busy morning at the surgery. Darcy's mobile rings and it seems that it is from a patient looking for some test results which Darcy says are in his room so he goes in there and closes the door. One in private it appears the call is actually from the detective that Darcy hired. Darcy says he needs a phone number and address.
Harold meets Rosie outside his house after inviting her over for brunch. Harold says that the visit is actually about Ruby as he wants to talk to her but when making the phone call, Ruby was in the next room. Harold is looking for advice as to the best way to help Ruby (support). Rosie says that you have to be really hard on gambling addicts or as Harold put it “tough love”. Harold doesn't know if he can be like that with someone that he cares so much about.
Michelle and Lyn are looking at the plans that Taj has made for the play's set and they can't work out where the door is meant to be and Michelle comments on how she doesn't think that Taj's heart was in it when drawing the plans. Lyn says they need someone who can draft plans otherwise there won't be a set. Michelle says they know someone who can do both (ie Joe) but Lyn says that according to him blokes don't work on plays. Joe comes in from outside with a basket of washing ready to be folded commenting on how it never stops. Michelle and Lyn overtly get Joe to look at the plans and Joe thinks they are fine if everyone is wearing helmets because with no re-enforcement in one of the walls, someone will end up wearing it. Joe suddenly realises that he has been tricked into looking at them.
Harold and Ruby are sitting at the kitchen table at home. Harold says the type of help she needs, he can't provide and the people best suited are Ruby's family. Ruby says she can't do that because she would have to stay with them, also having to call them and ask them to take her back and forgive her and she says she just can't do that. Harold takes out his mobile phone and dials the number saying that is the very reason that she needs to go and then hands the phone to her. Ruby asks her son if she can come visit for a while and almost in tears saying that she wants to sort out her problems but she needs the help.
At the surgery, a fax is coming through from a Richard Verth with all the details that Darcy was after on Darren Turner. Darcy is taking it as Dee and Toadie come in the door and with somewhat of a guilty look, tries to cover the fax machine. Dee is insisting that Bib/Bob has to go to Sarah ASAP. Darcy tells Dee that the fax is for him. They are all talking about the charity ball and Darcy suggests that they get a table together. Dee tries to get a peek at the fax coming through and Darcy insists that it is a personal fax.
Ruby is saying goodbye to her son and that she will see him soon. Ruby thanks Harold for being a wonderful man as he sets down a cuppa for each of them. Ruby comments on how this time she feels that she can really beat her problem this time.
Harold, Lou and Rosie are packing Ruby's things into Harold's car. Ruby thanks Rosie for helping her the way she did otherwise she may not be in a position for being able to beat her problem. Lou says to Rosie as Harold and Ruby drive off that it was very generous of her to say that she hoped Ruby would return.
Lyn is crouched as the “window” through to the kitchen as Michelle and Connor return from a BBQ. She tells the two of them to be quiet as she left Taj's plans in the kitchen and is spying on Joe to see if he will take the bait. Michelle tells Harvey to get away from the basket that Connor had put down and Joe jumps knowing that he has been caught looking at the plans.
Connor and Michelle are in the coffee shop. Connor is saying that he can't wait for Joe to get back so he can return to being a “lowly worker”. Rosie is behind the counter as Harold returns because one of the staff got called home. Harold offers to take over but Lou and Rosie tell him that he will do no such thing. Harold thanks them both for their help over the last few weeks.
Connor and Michelle are back at the Scully house discussing a film that they want to see. Connor says that it is good that it is an early session that way he can be home early and then refers to Joe as Boss. Joe tells him that there will be no more of that boss talk; Connor can keep on doing the job. Lyn and Michelle have looks on their face that say Joe is taking advantage of Connor. Joe sort of ignores the look or doesn't realise it and says that there are some overtime bills to be sorted out. Connor just tries to keep the peace as he realises he is lucky to have what he has I think.
Dee comes in to say goodnight to Darcy. He comments on how the ball is going to be a whole lot of fun. He makes a call to Darren Turner posing as Chris White from the Erinsborough Tourism Board, saying that he has won an all expenses paid trip to Erinsborough with accommodation at Lassiter's and tickets to the charity ball. Under the story that he was randomly selected from a customer database then Darcy hangs up the phone with a very smug-self satisfied look on his face.