Sindi giving Tom Susan's whereabouts.
Stringray calling Serena “Princess”.
A music video plays on the television as David (unsuccessfully) tries to make some small talk with Serena. Christina Aguilera and Harold's past obsession with her surfaces.
SERENA: You don't still like Christina Aguilera do you grandad?
HAROLD: Yes of course I do. Wonderful voice, I just wish she'd wear a little more clothing that's all.
SERENA: What about Pink?
HAROLD: Oh yes Pink. Very troubled young girl. What a set of lungs though, hey?
DAVID: Hey what about Cyndi Lauper?
Sindi offers to babysit Ben, after Libby realises how much work that she has to get done. She thanks her for persuading Susan to get away and hopes she works out whatever is going on in her head. Sindi looks away, a guilty expression on her face.
David suggests several bonding activities they can do after school to Serena, but they fall on deaf ears. He's apologetic, only wanting to do something to cheer her up after her break up with Scott. She rebuts that he's a bit of a hypocrite, not even liking the guy beforehand and his name is now Stingray.
Susan attempts to do some paperwork, but is uninterested. She then tries to read a book, but throws it down as well.
Lou pops around with some freerange eggs for breakfast, confessing to Lil that her dinner was so good, he just had to come back for breakfast.
Before Serena leaves for school, Lil warns that David's self esteem has taken a bit of a battering and they should go and support him. After much hesitation and stern words from Lil, Serena agrees.
Lou congratulates Libby on the success of her new column and suggests that she write about the recent housing crisis. “The one where your landlord lady moves in and makes your life hell.” Lil too walks over and compliments Libby on her “lost loves” column, asking if it was written from personal experience, though Libby replies it was really based on Sindi and Toadie. Darren then approaches Libby, asking if she can take a break, as he used to remember he could whip her at pool.
While Harold and David eat lunch together in the empty surgery, David laments to his father that he's sad Serena has grown up so fast, and he has hardly spent anytime with her. Harold gives him some advice, stating it's never too late – as look at the two of them! Harold tells her it's perfectly normal for a teenager to want to distance themself away from their parents.
HAROLD: She's attractive, she's popular, she's got lots of interests. Of course she wants to spend time with her peers.
DAVID: Yeah, well I hardly left home when I was her age.
HAROLD: Oh things were different then.
DAVID: No. I wasn't attractive or popular, I didn't have any interests. I was a total nerd!
Darren questions Libby on whether she'd consider returning to Erinsborough High, though Libby brushes it off saying it's not really for her. He can't blame her, “all those teenagers running around with ranging hormones” which Libby picks up that he knows about Taj. Brett told him it turns out, and who can blame the kid anyway as Libby is so gorgeous. She's reluctant to push it further and states that she should just go back to work.
A red vehicle drives up and then Tom pops out and walks towards Susan. She looks shocked, though not overly surprised. Without even so much as a hello, the lock lips.
Darren takes Lou's advice to go and apologise to Libby. He's incredibly sorry and he would never judge her, as he didn't realise it was such a big deal between the two of them. She replies that she didn't realise how much she hurt the boy, but makes a deal with Darren. If he can forgive all of her past sins, she will forgive all of his.
Susan and Tom have now moved into the bedroom.
SUSAN: This is moving very fast.
TOM: I don't care.
With that, she takes his shirt off.
Libby is about to call Susan, but Sindi tells her that she might have a visitor…like Father Tom.
LIBBY: Why would Father Tom Scully need to urgently see my mum? Concerned about her immortal soul?
SINDI: Well you know they're friends.
LIBBY: Yeah, I know they're friends. Oh my god. It hasn't got that far?
SINDI: Well I don't know how far it's got.
LIBBY: Sindi. Sindi please tell me my mother is not having a relationship with a priest! It's like something out of a bad novel.
SINDI: Oh you can sound so cynical sometimes. Look if you could hear the way she talked about him, or the way he looks at her
LIBBY: Now you sound like a bad novel.
Someone's at the door and Libby answers to an inquisitive Lyn. Libby and Sindi feign their innocence on Tom's whereabouts.
LYN: Girls, I just wondered if you knew where Tom was.
LIBBY: Tom, no?
SINDI: Nope, nup.
LYN: Oh right. It's just that I got a message from Joe that he wants me to pass on, just full of family stuff. And I noticed Tom was leaving here earlier.
SINDI: Yes but he didn't say where he was going.
LIBBY: Does he have a mobile?
LYN: Switched it off. Yeah. I just told Joe, you know I would pass on the message as soon as possible.
LIBBY: If we see him, we'll let him know for sure. Is there anything else we can do?
LYN: No no. Like I just say, just family stuff.
Serena walks into the reception area, and asks if David still wants to do something later, as she has reconsidered. Lil then walks back in from her lunch break and Harold jokes that the place is being more like a church.
HAROLD: The place is getting to be more like a church everyday. Full of Bishops.
David and Serena are now bonding over milkshakes and David wonders if Sky has had any inputs into the names of the items on the menu.
DAVID: My friend the chocolate cake!
SERENA: It's the name of a band dad, they've just stolen the name.
DAVID: Oh yeah I knew that. What about harem heaven? Are they a good band?
SERENA: It's an ice cream with Turkish Delight in it.
DAVID: Tunnel of love?
SERENA: Cannoli dad!
He changes the subject and asks if she remembers that ice-cream birthday cake she had when she was younger. He imitates how she wanted to serve it herself and consequently put her face into the cake, with her bum into the air as several of Serena's friends come in. She looks mightily embarrassed and asks if they can go home, but David has another plan.
Cut to a very much naked Tom and Susan in bed (under the covers) as the two lie in blissful silence.
TOM: No. You?
SUSAN:(laughs) No! I don't expect you to give everything up for me.
TOM: I don't want to think about tomorrow. I just want to hang onto now.
Libby reads Sindi some of the letters she received for her column. She's going to be conducting an online interview, later tonight with a man who has lost his love.
LIBBY: There's a woman, she is 60 years old, she gets a message on her phone from a guy who took out her when she was 19.
SINDI: Oh my god that is like…
LIBBY: That's 40 years.
SINDI: 40 years ago!
LIBBY: Well done.
The two then start to egg each other on, about each another's love lives. Libby is curious as to why Sindi doesn't spend a lot of time at Number 30…is it because Stu is there?
SINDI: Stuart and I get on fine…ish.
This prompts Sindi quiz Libby about Darren, wanting to know his star sign so that she can do an astrological profile match.
Lou is once again over, and eating Lil's scrumptious food. As soon as he leaves for the Inter-Pub Cricket Competition, she digs into Harold about the amount of time and food that Lou has eaten from their house. She thinks he's being very harsh on Valda, however Harold defends Lou as his “dearest friend” who is “going through a very trying time”. Nevertheless, she expects Harold to speak with him about it.
Serena and David walk through the door, with David in high spirits having just come back from Luna Park. She's dressed with a black cowboy hat and David in a purple braided headpiece, holding various fair-type items. Once David leaves, Serena moans to the two that it was horrible and completely embarrassing. Laughingly, Lil tells her that she'll look back on these days and David just loves her.
Libby conducts her interview via online and we see shots of “Adam” typing.
LIBBY: So, tell me Adam. And I'm sure that's not your real name, but it'll do. How did you lose this great love anyway?
ADAM: I did some very stupid things. Hurt her. I felt that if I stayed around, I'd hurt her even more. She deserved better than that.
SINDI: That is so lovely.
LIBBY: So now at last, you think you are worthy of this woman?
SINDI: Oh, this is better than daytime telly!
ADAM: It's not up me to say whether I'm worthy of her or not. That's her decision. But I'd like the chance to show her that I've changed my life around. For years now, she's been my guiding light and I want to at least thank her for that.
Susan and Tom are dressed in identical blue robes as they lament about what everyone will think and the future. They're both unsure, but both know that they love each other and can't run away from it.