Writer: John Hanlon
Director: Tony Osicka
Gus Cleary: Ben Barrack
John Swan: David Murray
Lisa Jeffries: Rhiannon Fish
Mrs. Jeffries: Gail Beker
Sally Jeffries: Isabella Stephenson
Damien Monk: Joe Newton-Keogh
Boyd telling Sky “I wish I could make you happy” and Sky kissing him.
Gus inviting Summer to lunch with him and Izzy.
Sky confronting Kerry's killer, John Swan.
David pulls Sky off John, who realises Sky is Kerry's daughter. David introduces himself as Kerry's brother. John tells Sky and David he constantly feels guilty, and he hasn't touched a gun since the day he shot Kerry. He takes his son every year back to the place where it happened to remind himself of the people he hurt. He apologises to Sky and David for the shooting.
Outside Number 32
Gus calls Summer from the pub, and finds out she and Lisa are going to help out at Lisa's sister's party. Summer hints about Easter chocolate. Gus hangs up the phone, and Izzy comments on how much Gus talks to Summer. Gus stops Izzy eating her breakfast with a kiss.
John says goodbye to David and Sky, who is staring off into nowhere, lost in thought. David suggests they leave as well, but Sky walks off, telling him “in a minute”. As she walks off, Harold pulls up in his car with Lil, angry at the two of them for confronting the killer. He accidentally calls Sky “Kerry”. While David calms Harold down, Sky pulls out some newspaper clippings about Kerry's shooting, tears them up and throws them in the water.
Boyd walks in with Izzy telling her about Sky going off to find the killer, and how he doesn't know what to do to help her. Izzy suggests distracting her with Easter chocolate. Boyd isn't sure, because Sky is against mass produced stuff, so Izzy offers to help him make some chocolate. Boyd jokes about how she's a “nice old lady.”
Susan, Steph, Lyn and Oscar walk in after a morning of shopping. Steph asks about the psychology classes and Lyn suggests playing a psychology party game, that's “kind of naughty”. Steph and Susan refuse straight away. Cut to a few minutes later, where they are now playing the game.
STEPH: Okay, I'm a imagining a big, big plastic fruit bowl, just like the ones everyone's got.
LYN: Okay, Susan?
SUSAN: My bowl is very tiny, very delicate, it's almost transparent, eggshell China.
LYN: Now, you're travelling down a path, and come to a body of water. Describe it.
SUSAN: Massive, flat lake, very calm and still.
STEPH: Mine's got little waves. Gently pulsing.
LYN: And how do you cross this body of water?
SUSAN: By boat, of course. Yeah look, there's a little white boat, there's a man to steer it across…
STEPH: No, I don't want to cross it. It's too nice and warm. I just want to lay here and soak for hours on end.
SUSAN: Come on, Lyn, what's all this supposed to mean?
LYN: We'll get to that when we're finished. Alright, now you're continuing down the path, and you get to a wall…
Sky is sitting on the couch, still lost in thought. Lil and Harold come in. Sky reveals she is now angry at her mum, for going off and putting herself in danger, not thinking about 3 year old Sky. Harold tries to console her, to no avail.
Summer and Lisa try talk Max into being a clown at the party. He refuses because the pub is understaffed, but they find Gus, who offers to be the clown.
Harold yells at David about going with Sky after he said not to. David tries to quiet him because Sky is trying to sleep. David defends Sky, telling Harold he didn't know what Sky was going through. Lil, meanwhile, is on Harold's side. David explains that he wants to make it up to Kerry for their unresolved past by being a part of Sky's life.
Lyn explains what the images mean.
Special house – inner self
View through the window – long term dream
Pathway – journey through life
Bear – fear
Bowl – attitude to love
Body of water – attitude to more physical aspects of romance
Lyn and Susan tease Steph on her very healthy, well looked after libido. Steph is embarrassed. Susan thinks her answers made her appear “incredibly timid or boringly bland”. She realises she's not doing much to get over Karl. Lyn and Steph tell her she's coping well. Susan tells them she really, really needs… more chocolate. Camera pans down to reveal a pile of opened Easter bunnies and eggs.
Harold admits to David that he was wrong, and David did the right thing. David tells Harold it's alright.
Coffee Shop Kitchen
Izzy and Boyd make chocolate. Boyd comments on Izzy's relationship with Gus, and how close the two have become. He says he's like a “cool uncle”.
The kids sit down and get settled. Gus the clown tells some lame Easter knock-knock jokes that the kids don't laugh at. Gus gets a volunteer for a magic trick. The little boy is a little shy, and Gus makes fun of him. Sally's mum yells at him and calls him an idiot.
Sky comes over to visit Boyd. Sky wants to take Max's car for a joy-ride. Boyd is shocked and refuses to give her the keys. Sky leaves in a huff.
Lil comes over and the others get her to play the game. Her answers are:
Bear: I'd grab it round the middle and wrestle it to the ground… It's probably only a sooky old grizzly bear.
Wall: It's big, got lots of ivy growing all over it, and lots of foot holes, so I climb up over it, and down the other side.
Body of water: Can it be big, with like, great crashing waves? I'd swim out to where the biggest wave is just about to break, and then I'd body surf it into shore. Which is so good that I go back and do it again. [The look on Susan's face here is priceless!]
Lil is worried about her answer when she sees the others' reactions. Lyn reassures her, saying it's about as right an answer as you can get. Steph suggests they have more chocolate while Lyn works out how Lil went. Susan snatches it away, saying “Lil does not need chocolate as much as I do, you and your crashing waves!” Poor Lil has no idea what they're going on about.
Max comments to Gus about the party: “Personally, I thought the funniest bit was when Mrs Jefferies tried to thump you, but then I've got a weird sense of humour.” Gus still has some makeup on. Max tells him that, while his intentions were good, he's not a family man right now, but he'll learn.
Lyn talks to Oscar, joking about how “those three wicked witches” ate all the chocolate. The phone rings and it's Brent asking out Susan. She turns him down at first, but the others tell her to go out with him. So she does.