Writer: Chris Hollow
Director: Tony Osicka
Sarah Jones: Julieanne Tait
Magistrate Neil Carr: Michael Dyson
Jack and Nina wake up in the community hall, and he offers her his jumper because she's cold. Max tries to avoid discussing his 'lady friends' with Steph. Jack and Nina aren't all that impressed with the set and costume designs for the play, while Harold runs about like a chicken without it's head trying to sort everything out. Joe's not impressed with the set either, and gets quite angry over it. Lori sees Nina in Jack's jumper and storms off.
Lynn and Steph discuss work in the coffee shop, but Lyn refuses Steph's suggestion of having Connor work for her. Jack talks to Lori and assures her nothing is going on between him and Nina. Steph offers to have a walk with Lori.
Harold agrees to last minute changes for Joe, while Nina refuses to give Taj a kiss backstage. Steph and Lori discuss Jack, but Steph can't really offer any advice. She relates to Alex later about it, and he tells her about the round Australia trip. Max puts his foot in it and Steph storms off. Harold admires Steph's bike for the play, but she grumpily tells him, not in exact words, no. She apologises for being grumpy and leaves. Alex laments over not telling Steph earlier, while Max and Lou are sympathetic.
Scully household and Harold is still trying to sort last minute details. Joe ushers him out and Lyn finds out things aren't so great with Alex and Steph. Harold marvels over everything at the community hall but the actors themselves don't look as pleased as he does. He rattles off the St Crispin's Day speech, but no one understands him. Jack and Nina share a quick kiss before the play starts.
Nina and Jack overact the play, and get quite a few laughs and snores from the crowd. Alex sends Steph an SMS to invite her to take the Australia trip with him. She leaves the play and tells him she would love to. Nina and Jack vaguely change the end of the play and tell each other they are in love. Lori watches jealously.
Lyn loves the play and tells everyone as such. Harold agrees with her views and runs off when he hears a popular reviewer is outside. Nina and Jack agree to tell their partners about what is going on with them, but not tonight. Taj tells them the play was lame and they all head out to party.