Writer: Katrina Foster
Director: Tony Osicka
Gus Cleary: Ben Barrack
Rocco Cammeniti: Robert Forza
Standford Mundy: Michael Quinn
Pizza Delivery Guy: Bryce Hardy
Susan getting Scott to eat some vegetables, which he finds so gross he drinks some sauce right out of the bottle.
Karl threatening Gus at the pub.
Toadie seeing Sindi's ring.
Scott complains about Susan making him eat vegies. Toadie bribes him with fish fingers then plays back the phone messages. Most are from Sindi, each one sounding more irritated than the last, with one calling him gutless. Then a message from Rocco asking for an update on his divorce proceedings, so that he and Sindi can get married as soon as possible. Scott comes in after overhearing it, just as surprised as Toadie.
The family gets ready for dinner, talking about Max and Steph's engagement.
Karl as Standford are playing “Free As A River”, with Jack unenthusiastically accompanying on bongo drums. When he fails to play at the right time (for the third time), Standford takes the drums away and gives Jack some maracas.
The four adults are cleaning up after dinner. Gus invites Izzy to stay at the pub with him for the night. Max tries to explain to Izzy that he doesn't want to throw her out, and is under the impression Gus and Izzy are back together. Izzy doesn't say why she's gone off Gus, but wonders aloud why he is so desperate to become part of the family.
Number 30 (the next day)
Sindi comes in demanding to know why Toadie didn't return her calls. Toadie asks her about Rocco, and Sindi confesses she is scared of what Rocco would do if he knew about her and Toadie. He tells her he doesn't care about that and the two kiss and make up, to Scott's delight.
Scott suggests that Sindi gets Rocco to dump her, instead of the other way around. They decide she needs a bogan makeover.
Rocco comes demanding to know where Lou is. Max tells him he has no idea, but Rocco doesn't believe him. Max wonders where Lou is, and Gus tells him he worries too much. Gus gives Max some money, part of Izzy's loan repayment. Max suggests he talk with her before he starts paying off her debts for her.
Izzy starts talking to Jack, who thinks she's flirting with him. When he tells her that she still isn't over their relationship, she laughs in his face. Gus comes in and wonders why they are laughing but Izzy won't say. Gus wants to know why Izzy backed off, and he breaks it right off with Izzy, so he stops falling more in love with her.
Sindi appears after her makeover is complete, wearing a tracksuit and ugg boots. Scott gives a few more pointers, including “never cross you legs”, and the “pull my finger” joke. Sindi is hesitant about pulling his finger, but does anyway. Scott and Toadie are greatly amused.
Jack is still trying to get Izzy to admit their relationship was the best she had. He has a go at her for going through all the Erinsborough men. Izzy tells Jack to leave.
Sindi surprises Rocco with her new look, and uses all the bogan slang. She even burps and sits backwards on the chair.
Karl and Standford become so unbearable Jack calls Lyn and asks if he can stay with them at Susan's.
Izzy visits Gus and asks if they can get back together, saying she may not love him as much as he loves her, but she's willing to learn. He asks her if she wants to move in with him soon.
Sindi continues her bogan act. Now she drinks straight from the bottle instead of letting the waiter pour it into a glass. Rocco tries to call Lou and she tells him off for mixing business with pleasure. He checks out a waitress as she walks past, and she tells him if he does that after they're married, he's dead. Then to lighten the mood, she gets Rocco to pull her finger.
The guys fill an esky with beers to settle in front of the TV. Max arrives, because Karl had invited Summer to watch the fight on TV. Karl's disappointed, he was hoping for a guy's night, and he forgot he invited Summer.
Max, Steph, Gus and Izzy celebrate Gus and Izzy getting together. Steph comments on Izzy's change, which Izzy overreacts about, thinking that everyone considers her a “tragic old party girl”. She soon calms down and apologises to Steph.
Sindi is laughing away (sounding very much like Melanie from the late 80s/early 90s episodes of Neighbours). Rocco can't believe she's never revealed this side of her before, and tells her he likes her this way. He proposes a toast, to the “new, more relaxed us”.