The Sergeant giving Stu grief.
Jack trying to flirt with Sindi in the Coffee Shop.
Lou telling Connor to get out of the office after he breaks the keg.
Toadie seeing Scott streak at the footy.
Scott is scoffing down some fish fingers on the couch next to Connor while Toadie is on the phone with Kev. We find out that Scott's mum (Aunty Janelle) is Kev's sister, and Toadie doesn't think much of them. Toadie's trying to tell his dad that Scott can't stay there with them because he's afraid the rest of them will come.
Lou's trying to work out his finances on the computer before his meeting with the bank when Max walks in. He gets grumpy at Max when he offers his assistance with anything because it's “beginning to sound like a mercy mission.” Max just wants to check on the pub situation and Lou says he's not selling it, and he'll keep Max in the loop after Max expresses his concern.
Lyn gets off the phone from Joe, and tells Jack that Mick and Pat are both in traction and it's harvest time, so Joe is going to stay up there for longer than they thought. Jack's looking through some books for his interview and Lyn tells him that she's really proud of him. Sindi is capturing all this ‘mummy's boy' stuff on camera on the sly until Summer and Steph drop by. Summer wants to be on TV and Sindi says the more the merrier.
Toadie says that Scott's staying with them until his case at the Children's Court is over, “unfortunately due to some weird family thing, we're stuck with each other.” Scott tells him that these two chicks dared him to streak, and then tries to come down the pub with Connor when he gets up to go. Toadie tries to lay some ground rules with Scott, but he won't listen. He jumps over the couch and whirls around a bit. “Lighten up Toad! Scotty Timmins is in town and it's time to party!”
Stu's telling Max about his stint at the footy that day and how he had a run in with Toadie's cousin. “Just how big is that family?” laughs Max. “No Max, they're not a family, they're a species.”
Connor walks in and bumps into Lou, who's very apologetic. Connor says it's alright, “no point crying over spilt beer!” Lou's grateful and says he can't wait to get more of the O'Neill's Old Style Lager made.
Connor goes over to Stu and Max and gives Stu the bad news that Scott's going to be sleeping on their couch for a while. Stu's annoyed and goes home to try and get Scott out of there.
Scott's on the couch playing Play station while the trouser boys stand behind him trying to work something out. Stu says that Scott will wreck the couch, and Connor offers the bathroom to him seeing as they never use it. Toadie tries to appeal to Stu's sense of morality and says that he's got nowhere else to go, and eventually Stu gives in. Toadie makes Scott say to them that he'll behave, but when he does he makes a pig face at Stu.
Scott's putting the couch pillows on the ground as his crash site for ‘house gymnastics', much to the chagrin of the guys. Stu stops him before he can break anything though. “Can't you just veg out in front of the telly like any other normal moron?” Scott sits but throws a pillow at Toadie for good measure.
Later that evening…
Scott's playing guitar on a tennis racket with music blaring over the stereo. Connor grumpily walks out and shuts the music off. He tells Scott to keep the noise down because they're trying to sleep.
Scott is now playing basketball in the lounge room and it's Stu's turn to be grumpy. Scott mucks around and won't give Stu the ball until Stu slam dunks him on the couch and takes it off him. When Stu goes to bed, Scott gets back up and continues to play basketball without the ball.
Scott's asleep on the couch with Bob next to him. The lounge room is in disarray. Connor is annoyed that his TV watching spot is taken, but he decides to sit on Scott's feet. Stu can't find his text books until Toadie points out that Scott's stacked all the books they own in one big pile. And Toadie can't find his red tie until Scott wakes up and he finds it where he's been sleeping. Sindi comes by looking for a cameraman, and Scott volunteers himself (after they've been introduced), running off to have a shower. Toadie was going to tell Sindi it's not a good idea to have Scott around, but changes his mind. “Enjoy your day!”
Max tells Connor that Lou's at a meeting with the bank manager. Max says that Lou isn't going to sell his half of the pub, but he still looks a little worried. Lou comes in and says that the meeting went really well and things are sorting themselves out nicely. When Lou goes into the office though, his face changes from happy to worried. He picks up the phone and calls Rocco. “Listen mate, I need a favour.”
Sindi is trying to record a scene but Scott isn't cooperating and is filming her chest instead. Jack and Lyn are looking on, wondering why Scott looks so familiar. “Australia's Most Wanted, maybe?” jokes Lyn. Summer drags Steph over again, wanting to get her face on the telly. Scott tells her “this ain't no Disney show!” but he likes the look of Steph. Sindi tells her he's Toadie's cousin. “Geez, Toadie's cousin! How many of you are there?” laughs Steph. Jack gets annoyed that Scott's checking Steph out and wants to know if there's any gaffer tape around. Scott just laughs and says, “Yeah, right-o hockey puck!” They puff their chests out and try and look tough… Scott comes up to Jack's chin. Sindi breaks it up and suggest they have lunch down at the Coffee Shop. Steph takes Summer back to school.
Sindi, Jack, Lyn, Oscar and Scott are all having lunch. Scott drowns his lunch in tomato sauce. He tries to chat up Sindi, and Jack tries to make himself look like a ‘cool' guy to her. Toadie drops by and asks how Scott's going. Sindi lies and says he's great.
She follows Toadie to the drinks fridge and he says that she doesn't have to cover for him, “I know he's an egg short of a dozen.” Sindi says she can't complain too much for getting a worker for free, and Toadie says he's grateful not to have Scott in the house by himself. Sindi asks how he wound up with Scott anyway, and Toadie says that his family thinks he's a halfway house for wayward teens. Sindi says it's very noble of him and pays him some compliments.
Scott wants to know who's up for a few drinks next door when they finish lunch. They ignore him. Lyn says she'll pay the bill but Toadie says he'll take care of it.
SCOTT: “Awesome work, cous!”
JACK: “Yeah, thanks Toadie!”
TOADIE: “I didn't mean you.”
TOADIE: “Just kidding!”
JACK: “Nah, you're right, I'll just pay for myself.”
TOADIE: “Suit yourself!”
Lyn gives Jack some money for their share, and she leaves with Oscar, Sindi and Scott. Jack tells Toadie that Scott's been trying it on with Sindi, but he says he's not a threat. He asks Toadie if he reckons that he's in with a chance with her, and brushes off the fact that she has a boyfriend because “she doesn't talk about him much.” Toadie says that Sindi's a loyal person and it seems Jack doesn't know that much about her, so he's not in a position to judge. Sindi races back in to get the scripts she forgot and Jack gives Toadie the money for lunch and runs after her.
Lou is telling Rocco that Hello Dolly went “kaput” and Trixie left him. Now he's in a bit of a pickle financially. He says that he needs quite a bit of cash. “Can you help me?”
Outside Ramsay Street
Scott is filming the houses when Summer walks out wanting to know what he's doing. He tells her he's doing some ‘cutaways', and then tells her all about his movie making ideas. Summer wants to know if she can have a role and he tells her that she can be “Zoomy, the rebel cave girl.” He spots a skateboard in the driveway and Summer tells him it's her brother, Boyd's. Scott pretends he's met Boyd and that he'd be cool with him taking it for a ride. Scott takes off on the board with Summer asking what he needs it for. “Tell ya later, Zoomy!”
Rocco isn't too keen on giving Lou a loan because they're friends, and he treats his business transactions differently than he treats his friends. Lou says he understands. Rocco tells him he'll give him the loan because he was good to Carmella, and he feels like he owes him for that. He says to Lou that as long as he keeps up the interest repayments, there won't be a problem. They shake on it, Lou looks happy.
Connor and Toadie are watching the TV when Stu walks out. “This is what they mean by Scott free.” Toadie says Scott should be fine now that he's got something to focus on. There's a knock at the door and Connor panics that Scott's back already, but it's Sindi wanting to know where he is. She says that he's taken off with her camera. “Maybe he's just taking some extra footage or something,” says Toadie, but Sindi adds that he's also taken Boyd's skateboard.
Scott is skateboarding down a hill like a hooligan, filming his journey as he goes. When he nears the end of the street it looks like he goes head over turkey.