Olivia warning Stuart to use discretion.
Darren telling Libby he's not a sleaze, he's her friend.
Our brave police officers pull up in front of a house, siren and lights on. They go up to the door and yell at the people inside to open up. When they don't, Olivia opens the door and they enter. They see a guy in a blue shirt and cap run downstairs and out the back. They chase him, and Stuart tackles him. However, in all the confusion, he has actually caught Olivia, who to be fair, was wearing similar coloured clothes to the guy they were after. Stu apologises and starts running after the suspect. Olivia tells him not to bother, he'd be long gone by now.
Tom is preaching a sermon, talking about a hypothetical Christian man, who likes to walk around thinking he's better than everyone else, thinking he has never sinned in his life. Susan enters the church and sits up the back. Tom continues to talk, saying that everyone has sinned. Tom catches Susan's eye and forgets what he was talking about. Getting back on track, he says “We all need forgiveness, for without it, life would be unbearable”. Susan sneaks back out into the foyer, and Tom, now without his distraction, gets right back into it. Meanwhile, Susan is looking thoughtfully at a statue of the Virgin Mary.
Libby has pulled off the road, he green Beetle has a flat tyre. While she starts to fix it, she's also on the phone with her workplace, apologising for being late to a meeting. Darren pulls up and Libby is relieved to have some help. When Libby tells him her problem, he asks if the spare is still good. Libby says it is, and with that, Darren drives off.
Boyd is telling Susan about Summer's messy birthday party, Sky and Serena following behind. He mentions Karl being there, then realises what he said and apologises. Susan, however, doesn't seem phased by it. Sky mentions Izzy getting messy at the party too, and Susan says she wishes she saw it. Meanwhile, Tom has pulled up outside the school. He looks in and sees Susan happily conversing with the students.
Sky and the other employees are doing their dance routine, to the amusement of Boyd and Serena. When she finishes she insists that it's ironic. She tells Serena that the boss is there if she wants to ask for a job. “As if,” Serena says. “Oh, silly me, as if you'd work for a living,” Sky replies. Sky calls her a little princess and Boyd tells her to stop. Serena reminds Sky that Scott (“Stingray,” Boyd corrects her) just broke up with her. Sky just tells her to get over it. Boyd continues to stick up for Serena. Serena asks if Sky thinks she's a princess because she doesn't want to dance around like it's “Grease”. Sky says no, but the way she acted at the dinner party and the way she treated Stingray afterwards, does make her a princess. Serena finally realises she's made a mistake and wonders if it's too late. Boyd suggests that instead of trying to change Stingray, she could try to become more like him. “But I have,” she protests. “I walked on my hands in the Coffee Shop, and I was there when he… uh, nothing.” She asks who exactly Scott is. “Well,” says Boyd, “he's a bogan… a nice bogan”. Sky tells her she has to be “Serena, the nice bogan.”
Darren is enjoying a drink. Libby comes in and tells him off for not helping. Darren says it wouldn't look good: if he stopped to help her, the next “Women's Libby” article would talk about how he's a “patronising schmuk who presumed she couldn't change a tyre”. Libby tells him it's not about feminism, it's about friendship. Darren asks if she wants a drink; Libby says no and goes over to talk to Stu. She asks about the bruise on his face, and he explains about the call they got about a stalker violating his AVO. Before he can mention his mistake, Olivia comes over to give Stu his roster for next week. Stu introduces her and Libby. Olivia mentions what Stu did, Libby's amusement, but can't stay long, she has to write a report. Stu's worried about his blunder, and Libby tells him she's sure they'll understand. Stu doesn't seem so sure. They'll either haul him over the coals, or he'll be the laughingstock of the station, and he doesn't know which is worse.
Libby has come over to visit Sky – she wants to write an article about her arts grant. Sky tells Libby she'll be busy all week. Libby gives her her business card so she can contact her. After Libby leaves, Serena enters the room in some bogan clothes. She complains that they don't even fit, and Sky tells her to forget everything she ever read in Vogue.
Darren visits and reminds Libby that Susan invited him over. Libby tells him that Susan's not home from work yet, and Darren says that he doesn't mind waiting. He comes in and plays with Ben.
Sky shows Boyd her “artwork” – a pile of red boxes. “It's a disaster,” she says. She's worried about what Libby is going to say when she sees what her artwork is, and asks Boyd to help her think of what to do with the boxes. Boyd looks at the pile and suggests calling it “Boxes in Progress”. Maybe they could put the boxes in different positions to how they are now, and maybe, says Boyd, she could write teenage angst poetry on them about being boxed in. Boyd holds two of them over his pants – “a pair of boxers”. Serena comes in, with a new look – hot rock chick. Sky says that Stingray's not going to take her back just because she's dressing different. “You're just so superficial at times,” Sky says, leaning on one of her red boxes.
Libby has called Susan to find out what's happened to her. Susan apologises and tells her she totally forgot. Libby accuses her of matchmaking, but Susan says it's the furthest thing from her mind.
When Libby gets off the phone, she sees Darren raiding the fridge. “Do you normally go through people's fridges?” she asks. “No”, he replies, “normally when I'm invited over for dinner, I'm offered food.” When Libby explains what happened to Susan, Darren starts to leave, but Libby stops him. Darren offers to cook pasta.
Kennedy House (later on)
Libby and Darren are enjoying themselves, talking about the good old days. Darren offers to wash up, and when Libby tries to stop him, he insists. Darren says that he has to go, he has a date. Libby says she also has plans for the night, but is pretty vague about it.
Susan, sick of working, leaves the school.
Tom, having a drink at the pub.
Susan, coming home, checks the answering machine, but it has no messages. She sits down for a bit, then decides to go out again. She opens the door and finds Tom standing there. The two share a hug.
Libby is chatting on the internet with the mysterious Adam. He asks if there's anyone she's interested in right now. She mentions Darren, without using his name. Adam seems interested and wants to know more.
Car park somewhere
Olivia and Stu have pulled up so Olivia can talk to a mysterious man. While they talk, Stu watches with curiosity through the police car's rear view mirror. When Olivia comes back, he pretends to busy himself with putting on his seatbelt. Stu asks her what was going on, and she tells him it's just personal business. She says she's starving, and wants burgers for breakfast. Stu wonders if he'll ever get donuts.
Stu and Liv have breakfast while Sky dances around. Stu laughs at the show, and Sky asks if something is funny. Nothing, Stu says. “So mum let you come out in your dress-ups today,” Sky retorts. Stu asks her where his coffee is, and Liv reminds her about her milkshake. Sky goes off to finish their orders. “Friend of your's?” asks Olivia. “That's kind of personal,” says Stu, remembering the incident earlier. Olivia gives Stuart her report on the incident at the start of the episode, so he can read it before she files it. Stu notices she left out the part where he tackled her. Olivia says that in the police force you have to watch out for your mates. Stu agrees with her when she says he owes her.
Libby is on the phone with someone who is wondering where Susan is. She tells them she should be home by now, she's probably stuck in traffic. As soon as she hangs up, Susan walks in. In a display of parent/daughter role reversal, Libby does the whole “Do you know how worried I've been?” thing. Susan laughs at the irony of it. Libby wants to know where she was all night, but then realises what the answer to that is. Susan acts like it's no big deal, and Libby tells her she has to keep making excuses for where she's been. Susan sarcastically says “Well I am sorry that I have stepped outside of my neat little box and behaved unlike a mother should.” Libby tells her it doesn't even sound like her. Susan insists she is happy and completely in love him Tom.