Taj is standing by the pool and getting congratulated by some guy and welcomed aboard (he got a job). He then goes into the water just as Libby finishes her lap, after she refuses swimming for another kilometer, he asks her whether she got the flowers and then tells her about his new job as the swimming instructor for toddlers. The amount of work he gets depends on the number of kids he can enroll and he asks Lib whether he can count Ben in for the lessons. Lib seems to be in two minds about it, but says yes. She then asks Taj whether he should be kicking the footy around with Karl. Taj says he forgot and leaves.
Lori is on the street looking at Toadie's place. She walks up to it slowly, and raises her hand to knock the door, but stops and turns around. She doesn't walk away and looks over her shoulder to the door again.
Connor is organizing a few of the Afro Harold™ merchandise when Stu walks in wearing a towel and asks whether his phone rang. Connor tells him it hasn't, then kind of asks/states that Kat hasn't called yet. Stu tries to make excuses for her and Connor agrees sarcastically telling him that she must be too busy to pick up a phone and make a phone call. Stu tells Connor he'll send another SMS (he's sent 10 already), but Connor talks him around it, telling him he doesn't want to look too desperate. Connor then asks him if he's sure he's not reading too much into his relationship with Kat, and Stu says that they've both been busy. He then asks Connor what he has against Kat and Connor tells him nothing. Someone knock at the door and Stu opens it and let's Lori in before disappearing into his room. Lori walks into the kitchen and Connor tells her she's just the person he wants to see, Lori tells him that she doubts that. She starts telling him that they have to talk just as the phone rings and Connor answers it.
Karl kicks the ball to Taj and it actually goes straight to him. Taj tells him he's improved and Karl says that he might be able to give up orange duty soon. Taj asks if he's up for a jog and Karl agrees, kind of reluctantly. He then asks how far they were going to jog and Taj tells him 5 kilometers. Karl doesn't seem overjoyed about the whole idea. He spots Toadie and Dee walking and calls out to them, asking what they're doing. Toadie makes a quip about Karl's football stint and Karl brushes it aside, moving directly to more important issues and states that they look like they might be back together. Toadie says yes, that they are together...in the park together. Karl tells them he's not prying and Dee tells him, that you never know, Karl then tells them that he's glad to see them together and then goes off with Taj.
Dee and Toadie both say that they can't keep their engagement a secret anymore. But they're both worried about how to tell people and the kind of reactions they'll get. They both agree to tell everyone today. Toadie then sees an ice cream truck and suggests they go for maximum effect.
Connor is still on the phone and Lori is sitting at the table, looking not so happy. After he hangs up he tells her, he's just landed the cheapest deal around for the late night Afro Harold™ campaign. He notices her lack of enthusiasm and Lori apologises asks him what Harold's said. Connor tells her they should tell Harold together. Now. But Lori stops him and tells him she needs to tell him something very important. In the background the ice cream truck can be heard and then Toadie's voice. Stu then walks out. When they hear Dee's voice as well, Stu and Connor both stumble out the door leaving Lori behind. She follows them out after a bit.
Stu and Connor ask for their ice creams, both with stuff on them and Toadie gives them two plain ones instead. Susan then walks up and asks them what they're doing and Dee asks if she wants an ice cream, Susan says yes just as Taj runs up and asks if they have any bottled water. Lori is in the background and she sits down on the wall thing outside Toadie's. Harold then walks up and Toadie says it wouldn't be right if he missed this and when he asks what, Toadie says nothing and asks if he wants an ice cream. Toadie spots Lori and tells her to get a cone. Susan then spots Karl running up the street and asks Taj what he did to Karl. Karl grabs the water from Taj, saying it wasn't a mirage and Toadie and Dee announce they're getting married. Everyone congratulates them.
Harold tells Lori and Connor he's not sure about the advertising on TV, but seems ok with it after Lori tells him it might be worthwhile if they can keep the costs down. Harold then tells them he is very impressed with how well the merchandise is selling and he departs saying they probably have a lot to celebrate. Stu and Connor are set to head out, but Lori stops Connor and tells him they have to talk. After Stu's left, Connor asks what's going on in a rather abrupt manner and Lori tells him it's about them. Connor then tells her they've sorted this out and she tells him that she is pregnant.
Susan is telling Lib about how Karl loves to be the doctor and be the first to 'diagnose' everything. They then start talking about Taj and Lib tells her that she's booked Ben in for swimming lessons with him. Susan tells her that's not such a bright idea and Lib agrees. Karl then walks in and asks if they want anything and then says how exciting Dee and Toadie's engagement is before going to the bar. After he's gone Susan tells Lib she has to talk to Taj about this, before it gets out of hand.
Connor doesn't seem to be taking the news quite well and tries to say that the pill and the pregnancy tests aren't accurate. Lori then tells him that she is pregnant and he asks if she's told anyone else. She tells him she's told Jack and Connor doesn't react nicely to this either. He tells her that Michelle probably knew before he did and Lori tries to assure him that Jack won't tell Michelle. Connor then leaves saying he needs some fresh air.
Stu is paying for next round of drinks, whilst the girls are talking about flowers...I think. Lib then tells Dee she has heaps of Ben's things she can use and Dee tells her to slow down. Stu's phone rings and Karl gives another toast.
Karl: A man in love is not complete till he's married. Then he's finished.
Lib then says a toast and Stu calls Toadie over and tells him about the message Kat sent. Susan then gives a toast, and congratulates Toadie on finally 'plucking up the courage'.
Harold is sitting at the bar thing, looking glum just as Lori walks in, not looking so great herself. They both say how they thought the other would be at the pub for the celebrations and Harold tells her he's having some staffing problems and Lori asks for a black coffee. Harold then rattles on about the TV commercials and suggests that he could play his tuba for the music. He then tells her that Connor has quite a knack for this advertising business and Lori agrees. She then goes and sits down at a table and Harold brings over a chocolate muffin, saying it's on the house and that she looks like she could use it.
Connor walks into the pub and Stu asks him where Lori is. When Connor says he thought she was there, Stu asks if they've had a blue and Connor say they haven't. Stu tells him about the message from Kat. Connor then takes the drinks over to Toadie and Dee and says a toast as well, saying it was a top effort, which everyone agrees on. Connor then excuses himself and leaves. Dee then takes one of the two glasses of champagne Toadie is holding out of his hand and tells him to have 'one at a time, honey'.
Connor walks in and goes over to Lori. She asks him how she is and he says "how do you think?" He continues and tells her that she told them they'd be safe. She says she thought they were and he asks how she could get it wrong. Lori asks him if he thinks she wants to be in this situation and surmises that he does, but he says no. She asks him why she is getting the feeling that he is blaming her and he says because there is no one else to blame. He accuses her of playing the whole thing from the start. Lori asks him what he's talking about and Connor continues to accuse of her of stringing him along. Lori then tells him that when he's finished thinking about himself, maybe he could spare a thought for her and she leaves.
Some posh place:
Dee is telling Toadie that she'd rather have stayed at the pub with their friends then be there and wait for Tim. He then pulls out the card that Tim gave him and says that maybe Tim is waiting for them in the room. Dee says she hopes not and gets up pulling Toadie along after her.
Taj is talking to some girl who also teaches swimming and asks for a few tips. She then tells him that his mums are ready and Taj goes over to them and introduces himself, and tells them to get into the water when they're ready.
Connor has just come back into the house and Stu starts bugging him about Kat again. Connor tries to brush him off, but Stu continues to insist on talking about Kat and Connor's previous sarcasm about their relationship. Connor tries to get him to stop but when Stu doesn't, he pushes him into the wall and tells him he's not in the mood and walks off.
Taj is holding Ben and asks Lib what she thought of the lesson, from one teacher to another. She tells him it went very well. He asks her if he can buy her a coffee, just as Cameron rocks up. She tells Cameron that she'll be just a few minutes and goes off to change, taking Ben with her. After she's gone, Taj asks Cameron if he swims and Cameron says he does manage a few laps. Taj then asks how many and Cameron says thirty, which makes Taj smile as he proudly says he usually does fifty.
Posh Hotel Room:
The room is done up with a lot of balloons and Toadie tells Dee that Tim is not there. He then walks her to a balloon that is hanging in the middle of the room, which has a ring tied to the bottom of it. He cuts it off and put it onto Dee's finger, telling her how happy he is that they are getting married. Dee is getting all teary eyed and tells him the ring is beautiful and she tells him how she thought they were almost not going to make it. That they would spend their lives apart. Toadie tells her that they were always going to make it, and that they were destined to be together.