Connor tells Michelle he's going to London
Dee tells Toadie she was married for a week.
Joe asks Connor if will he be a man and stay
Connor gives Joe the ticket and says he'll bring round the ute.
Relieved, Lyn greets Michelle, who just wants to go to her room when Lyn wants to fuss over her. Joe asks if Lyn's feeling better and they both look impatiently as Connor asks if Lyn's sick. Joe tells him that Immigration are coming to see him in an hour's time. Connor tries to talk to Lyn, who answers sharply that she's had a headache for three days and is going to lie down.
Toadie has told a funny story and Susan tries to persuade him to give a talk to the students to convince them that staying at scholl's not a waste of time. 'Law-breaker to lawyer'. Eventually he agrees and they laugh as they reminisce. The atmosphere goes quiet as they realise the present not's so simple. He says he's really hurt and doesn't see how things can go back to where they were, as he can't trust a word she says. Susan tries to reassure him that the relationship is strong enough to come through if they give it time.
Lou has been on the phone to someone who expects him to pick something up at short notice that afternoon. He's giving them a hard luck story - he's had a kidney operation, has a very bad back and his car is in for a service. Rosie comes in just afterwards and asks if he knows somebody who could drive a bus for her Senior Citizens. He gets her to agree to a 'little side-trip' if he drives the old people. Joe comes in and asks them to do a favour, for Connor.
Michelle asks Connor why he didn't tell her. She can't understand that he says he loves her but wanted to leave her. He feels he had no other choice. She just doesn't answer when he says he wants her there while they decide what to do with him. He puts down her pendant as he goes inside and she picks it up and looks at it.
Toadie tells Darcy he's meeting Darren Turner. Darcy agrees it's a good idea to find out more about the truth. He tells him that he wouldn't have mentioned it except for the marriage news, but in the matter of him and Tess, Dee wasn't completely innocent either. 'But I'm sure she's told you the whole story.' He leaves Toadie pondering over what he's said.
Rosie and some elderly people have made a human chain to help Lou to load a collection of DVD players into the van. Rosie asks him if this is one of his dodgy schemes, but he assures her it's above board and then tries to sell the players to the old people.
Darcy comes in and 'innocently' tells Dee that Toadie and Darren are having lunch together, so she rushes there. He still refuses to talk to her. Susan overhears and tells her to be patient, that he's just very hurt and has to work through it.
Connor has told the Immigration Officer that he was illiterate, so couldn't read all the conditions of working restrictions for his visa. Joe shows the man references saying Connor is completely honest and that he agrees with every word.
Lou has been stopped by the police while Rosie reassures the Senior Cits that it's all OK. To Rosie's amazement, the policeman buys one of the DVD players and Lou drives away, van still completely stacked.
The Immigration Officer is satisfied that Connor's breach was unintentional. He leaves and Connor tries to thank Joe. But Joe replies that if he'd acted like a man it would have been cleared up days ago. He did what he did not for Connor, but for Michelle and the family. He's glad that Connor didn't intend to take Michelle with him, but he's broken his word and abused their trust. He turns to Michelle who tries to say it was her fault, but he says she ran off at the slightest hint of trouble and worried her mother sick so she stays quiet. He wants Connor to leave their house immediately. Connor says he'll pack.
Toadie's going through a box that's addressed to Dee.
Dee tells Darcy that she's not going to let the past break them up and she's going home to sort it out sensibly and calmly. He comments that it may be Ok from her side, but he's a bit worried about Toadie's reactions, as he hasn't exactly been acting like a grown-up. She comments that it's sweet of him to worry, but doesn't bite and says she's going to try.
Toadie is looking at a coloured box and then decides to open it. He takes out a book and starts to read through it.
Michelle keeps trying to say that it was all her fault. Joe's very very angry with her and she appeals to Lyn, who maintains a steely silence. Joe tells Michelle she's no longer the centre of the universe and it's time to grow up. She's no longer the baby of the family and they can't go round worrying themselves crazy about her. This isn't about her, it's about Connor who breached their trust. Connor comes in, says goodbye and thanks them for everything they've done for him. He apologises for letting them all down.
Michelle runs after him and says she loves him and doesn't want him to go. He holds her and then tells her he'll give her his address as soon as he knows where he'll be living.