Toadie awaking from his coma and mistaking Sindi for Dee.
A feverish Tom calling out for some woman he wants.
Jack's disgust at Trevor's advances towards Lyn.
Jack is finishing off some accounts for Joe, when Lyn comes in to tell him he should get some sleep but Jack tells her they need to be done. However, as soon as she leaves, he starts to stare at his keys.
There's some dancing being done by some crazy kids and then we see Jack wiggling his hands in sync to the bopping of his head…whilst staring at himself in a mirror.
Lighting flashes and thunder rumbles, as Susan shuffles uncomfortably on the couch, unable to sleep.
There's more crazy, Jack Scully dancing, complete with circular hand waving and clapping as a blonde haired girl (possibly impressed by his technique) begins to dance with him.
Susan rises from the couch, glancing at Tom on the bed who is quietly snoozing.
Miss Blonde thang passes Jack some (presumably) water because he has worked up himself into a sweaty mess.
Very cautiously, Susan settles into the side of Tom's sleeping side, staring at him as she pulls up the covers.
Jack and Miss Blonde dance energetically together, Jack flashing his Scully grin.
Turning off the lamp, Susan continues to stare at Tom's sleeping figure.
Cut to the morning – the sun is shining and the birds are chirping. Susan, still sleeping innocently places her hand on Tom's chest, waking him up. Startled, he glances over at Susan lying next to him and then down at his bare chest, quickly covering himself with the bed covers. This stirs Susan awake, prompting Tom to apologise for raving at her last night, though she tells him it was mostly mixed up. He's relieved and embarrassedly asks Susan for his shirt back.
Still hyped from last night, Jack and Miss Blonde imitate some of the colourful dancers they saw at the club (Jack does basically does an imitation of his own dancing, though he is mocking someone else). Harold and Lou start their usual banter, which amuses Miss Blonde. As Harold walks over with their coffees, he looks at Jack as if to introduce him to the mysterious lady though Jack shrugs him off, leaving Harold a bit hurt. Jack and the blonde girl finally introduce themselves to one another, her telling him to call her ‘Mac'.
On the phone with Troy, Lyn tells him he is very forward and is happily married with a husband her kids. She quickly excuses herself as Jack walks through the door. She starts to lecture him about his responsibilities to the other workers on the building site, asking how long he can continue like this. Jack is a bit dazed, telling his ma that he met a girl and he feels they have a soulful, deep connection which he has never felt with anyone else. Sighing, Lyn tells Jack that he felt the same way about Nina being better than Lori and Lori being better than Izzy. She asks for once to be friends with the girl, instead of jumping into something disastrous.
JACK: You don't think I can do it, do you? You don't actually think I can just be friends with a girl?
LYN: Not unless you think it's leading somewhere else.
JACK: I hate it when you do that!
JACK: Yeah, I know you better than I know myself look.
LYN: Good, prove me wrong.
JACK: Alright then I will!
JACK: Good, you just wait.
LYN: Good, I will.
JACK: You just watch me!
LYN: I will.
LYN: Yeah yeah, we won't hold our breath, will we Oscar?
Stuart Parker, the newest recruit of the Erinsborough Police Force proudly tries on his new blue, crisp shirt in front of the mirror. He grabs his hat to complete and salutes to himself.
‘Cake taker, cake taker…' as Scott teaches Dahl a few choice words to describe Stu. Walking in, Sindi hopes that he isn't teaching any bad language, but Scott replies that ‘a few choice words to use on Karl' is something that Susan would love! He's very excited about Toadie's homecoming and can't wait until they move back into the House of Trouser… but Sindi warns of Toadie's frailty, thinking it's best for them to stay in the ‘house full of hot chicks' (his, not Sindi's words!) for the time being.
Stu (still in his uniform) is practising his very best sleuthing skills when he startled by Connor who ‘holds him up' with a squeaky toy. They start talking about Stu's complete 180 turn around in his life, Connor remarking how proud he is of him. The front door bangs open and Scotty comes running into the house, complete with a tomato sauce drenched meat pie. Quickly rising from the couch, Stu does his best policeman stance (back straight, chest out) and warns from getting any sauce on his new clean shirt.
Arriving home, there is a bit of awkwardness between Susan and Tom, which Sindi picks up on when she asks ‘what the two got up to' when they were together in the flood. She leaves to pick up Toadie and Susan believes that they just experienced a moment. Obviously it was something he said last night and Susan agrees. She says he didn't name names, but he talked about a friend when he was going on about his vocation. She thinks they should sit down with some coffee and discuss it.
TOM: Sounds ominous.
SUSAN: Sound necessary.
Upon Toadie's arrival, Connor declares the House of Trouser reopen! Connor goes to get lunch ready, although Stu is reluctant to get his new uniform dirty…even though he doesn't start work until next week.
STU: I just wanted to show Toadie my new uniform.
CONNOR: (imitating Stu) I just wanted to show Toadie my new uniform.
TOADIE: You look very smart Stuart.
The door once again blasts open and Scott comes running in but Sindi and Toadie warn him before he can jump all over him. Slowly, Toadie rises to give Scott a hug and slowly they sink back down on the couch. ‘You should see me when I've been drinking.' Connor asks what they want for lunch.
SCOTT: Oh I've got a fish fingers and ah dimmies in there, oh and I've got potato gems! Hey cuz it's a vegetable!
They're concerned they didn't prepare anything better, but Toadie is just so grateful that they never stopped looking for him.
STU: I'd do anything for you. I love you like a brother.
TOADIE: Aw shucks.
Tom tells Susan that it's more about his faith in the institution than his actual faith. He tells her she looks as terrified, as he feels. She tries to probe about the woman he was referring to in his ramblings…but Tom is just can't talk about it at the moment. Before leaving, he thanks Susan for last night, she observing it was just ‘extraordinary'. Slowly, he leans over and kisses her…tenderly on the cheek, but Lyn abruptly interrupts their moment. As soon as the two women are alone, Lyn digs into Susan, asking what is really going on between Tom and Susan.
The boys plus Sindi are gathered around Toadie before deciding to let him rest. Before leaving, Connor proclaims his brotherly love towards Toadie.
CONNOR: I love you more than Stuart. I love you like two brothers in one.
Toadie asks Scott when he'll be moving back in, but he gently declines and says he might stay with the girls a bit longer – Sindi and Scott silently exchanging grins.
Lyn believes Susan is deceiving herself with her friendship with Tom, citing that he is a priest and it is his vocation, his calling! Nonetheless, Susan believes actions taken at such a young age need to be re-evaluated as the years go on…and she is not going to deny him that. She feels that his doubts come through when he does his sermons but Lyn is still certain that Tom is just confused, just as he was when he was a young man. She tells Susan that before he entered the seminary, he had a crush on Lyn! Although this friendship may be a good thing for Susan, Lyn feels that it's the last thing Tom needs.
Now alone, Toadie tells Sindi he feels at if something is not right, having watched her all afternoon. She is very hesitant in answering, but agrees that he has done something, though unintentionally. Before she can answer, Lou appears. Toadie wants to represent Lou during his court case, however Sindi warns him against it after the doctor's orders of taking it easy. Toadie is still determined to help which uneases Sindi a little, before walking out to get some coffee.
Scott believes that gardening is just a huge waste of time and has no idea why Harold is bothering to show him the garden beds. ‘There's a little bit of green stuff there!' Scott exclaims after careful examination of some green bean sprouts. He seems quite pleased, noting that he's only seen green beans when they're pre-packaged and frozen. Harold's happy, encouraging Scott that patience must be required for the growth. ‘You've gotta wait, you've got to have patience'.
After checking with Toadie one more time, Lou is ecstatic Toadie is going to help him with the court case, though Sindi is still wary. Once they are alone again, he attempts to get Sindi to open up, but then the phone rings and she quickly jumps up to answer it. Hearing that it is Angie, he tries to get Sindi to divert the call but she insists. Before he can get off, Sindi quickly leaves leaving Toadie perplexed.