Gus not letting Summer see Max, then going nuts when learning that Boyd won't be coming for dinner.
Lou telling Harold the new owners of his house will let him stay there until they need it.
Karl showing Izzy the info he found on Gus.
Izzy studies the printout. She finds out Gus's father owned the oilrig he worked on, and that his mother died when he was five. Karl thinks that might explain a lot. Gus has also been committed to a mental hospital. Izzy begins to think the sedatives were Gus's medication.
Susan and Sindi talk about Scott living there, and his smells. They try to work out what it is. It reminds Susan of her boys. Sindi is looking for a job, but hasn't had any luck yet. She tries to give Susan some money for groceries. Susan tries not to accept it, but Sindi wins the argument and gives her the money. Sindi leaves and Susan calls Lou for a favour.
Lou gets off the phone with Sindi, asking her to come in later and she can have a go behind the bar. Rocco comes in. Lou pays him back his cash.
Izzy shows Max the printout from Karl. Max is still trying to defend Gus. Izzy tries to make him see sense. Max says he'll talk to Gus and sort it out. Gus walks in at the end of this.
Lou tries to get information from Rocco on Toadie's whereabouts. Rocco insists he doesn't know anything, and that he's not a criminal. Harold comes in for some walnuts and Rocco leaves. Lou offers to buy Harold a drink and Harold reminds him he doesn't drink anymore.
Gus explains the printout – when his dad remarried several times after his mum's death, he was sent off to numerous schools (he kept getting kicked out). Gus wanted to get out and travel, which he did with his own money. He was forced to work on his father's rig after some trouble in Broome, and ended up getting fired from Max. His father committed him after deciding something was wrong if he couldn't keep a job. Gus tells Max coming to Erinsborough was the best thing that happened to him. Max falls for his story, to Izzy's annoyance.
Lou teaches Sindi the basics of bartending. She overfills a glass (and drinks from it to even it out), can't find the drinks, forgets to ask for money, can't work the cash register. Lou eventually asks her into his office for a chat.
Izzy confronts Gus about not telling her the stuff she found out. She says she hasn't trusted him for a while, and calls a halt to their relationship.
Sindi now tries out at the coffee shop. She neglects some food in the kitchen and the smoke alarm goes off. Karl comes in and he and Izzy have a laugh about Sindi. Izzy thanks Karl for the information and says that she now sees Gus in a different light. Harold comes back and comments on Sindi, saying, “at least with Penny [Sindi's sister] there was hope.”
Max tells Gus Izzy called him, and that until things get sorted out between he and Izzy, it'll be too awkward with him in the house. Gus leaves.
Sindi gets off the phone with a potential employer. Susan comments on the school work she's been marking, and hating to fail kids. She asks how Sindi went at the pub.
SINDI: I was hopeless.
SUSAN: What about the Coffee Shop?
SINDI: I nearly set fire to Isabelle Hoyland.
SUSAN: Good for you!
Sindi mentions she has a new job that night, but when Susan asks for details, she's a little vague.
Number 32 back yard
Gus says goodbye to Summer. Boyd confronts Gus and he threatens Boyd. Boyd is ready to fight him.
Number 32 back yard
Gus is ready to fight back. Max comes in and when he realises Gus is in their back yard ready to fight Boyd he kicks him right out, leaving Summer puzzled about what just happened.
Some night club
Sindi walks in, ready to perform as an exotic dancer again. Rocco comes and offers her an alternative.
The Hoylands eat dessert and try to decide what movie to watch. Summer wonders where Gus went. Boyd says “who cares?” Max assures them all that it's all over. Karl enters, and Max tries to get his opinion on what movie to see. Karl admits he hasn't gone in a while. Izzy says she loves going to the movies on her own. Karl suggests they could go to the movies on their own together sometime. Izzy talks to Karl in private, thanking him for letting her know about Gus, and asks him not to ask her out in front of the family.
Gus lets himself in with a spare key while the family is at the movies. He picks up a picture of the Hoylands and looks at it.