Jack talking to Mac about losing his bet, but what he gets in return is much better.
Max giving Steph an engagement ring.
Sky telling Serena her plan to win back Stingray won't work.
Stu finding out that Olivia left out his mistake in the police report.
Olivia is about to pay for breakfast, but Stu insists on paying. Meanwhile, Stingray is having a meal there too, and laughing at Sky's Grease Monkeys clothes. Sky asks him how things went with Serena. “Well,” he says, “there was this princess called Serena, and she kissed a frog, and guess what? She stayed a frog.”
Now Jack, Max and Boyd enter. Max is wearing a leather jacket and carrying a helmet. Jack asks if he got himself a bike, but it turns out he borrowed Steph's. Stu notices a flyer that Jack has for a dance night at Grease Monkeys. Stu seems interested, but Jack doesn't. Sky notices Jack wearing his construction site clothes, Stu in his uniform, Boyd wearing a green army camouflage T-shirt, and Max in a leather jacket, all standing together. She comments, “All we need now is a Native American and we've got the Village People”. Stu gets a call on his radio to investigate a car crash and leaves the café.
Lyn is very impressed with Steph's ring and very excited. Max comes in through the door and Lyn kisses him. Lyn talks about how exciting it all is, and how it's a “wonderful surprise”. Max thinks she's talking about Steph's pregnancy. Lyn wants to tell Valda, and Max thinks maybe they should hold off telling her for now. Steph says she'll pick it from a mile away, she wants to show it off. That's what engagement rings are for. Max finally realises they're talking about the ring, not the baby (it took him 38 seconds from the kiss to realise). They realise they might as well tell Lyn now, she knows there's something else. They tell her that Steph might be pregnant, but she doesn't want to take a test for fear that it might be a false alarm.
Sky's trying to work out what to do with her red boxes. She now has red plastic containers, but not having any more luck than the cardboard boxes. She wonders if painting them a different colour might help. She's really worrying about it now: she only applied for the arts grant as a joke, and now everyone's going to see she's a fraud. Meanwhile, Lou and Harold are talking in the kitchen. Lou's been staying away from his house to avoid Valda. He only wants to go there to sleep, so he can live there but still not have to put up with her. Lou leaves to go to the pub. On his way out the front door, he sees the red boxes, and steals one to put his old newspapers in for recycling.
Lyn is giving Jack advice about the construction business. Jack's annoyed that Lyn looked in the books, but she explains that it's their livelihood, it affects the whole family. Once again, she suggests cutting back on the late nights. Lyn says she has news, but because he's so grumpy he can wait. Jack gets her to tell him though and he's excited to hear he might be an uncle.
Stu and Olivia have to go to a house to tell a woman that her husband has died in a car accident. Stu doesn't think he'll be able to do it. Olivia assures him it's something he'll get better at. On their way to the door, Stu notices a young child's bike and doll on the ground. He picks up the doll without thinking, while Olivia knocks. When she notices, she gives him a look and he puts it down again.
Lyn talks to Steph about how Nanna and Pa will be right across the road whenever they need a babysitter. Steph tells Oscar he'll have a playmate. Lyn tells Steph that she could babysit one day, and Steph the next. And days when she's not at the salon, they could play happily together while the two mothers watch Bold and the Beautiful. Steph says she's not getting hooked on that. Lyn says that the baby will be Oscar's nephew (if it's a boy). Lyn keeps trying to get Steph to take a pregnancy test. Steph is scared it'll be a false alarm and doesn't want to find out it's a false alarm. Max heads off to work, and calls Lyn “Grandma”, and Lyn corrects him – she wants to be “Nanna”.
Max is whistling happily while he works. Lou asks him why he's so happy, Max says he's “just happy to be alive”. He delivers a meal to Stu and Liv. Liv comments that he hasn't said a word since their last scene (she didn't say exactly that). Stu says he was pathetic, that poor woman was in more control than he was. Liv assures him that what happened to him was perfectly normal. She tells him that what he needs to do is not let things like what happened that day affect his whole life, by not letting it build up. Stu suggests going to the top of a cliff and screaming his lungs out. Liv says she finds an outside diversion works for her. Stu suggests going to the club night at Grease Monkeys. Liv implies it isn't really her thing.
Sky has set up her red boxes for the world to see. Lou, Lyn and Harold are looking at the artwork, and Sky is worried because they're not saying anything. Lyn wonders what it's for. Lou says he got a red cardboard box the night before to recycle his newspapers, and he thinks it's a recycling initiative. Sky walks over to them and explains it to them: “This is art. Or is it? The point is that these boxes stand for an idea, our idea of art. Whether you like my work or not, it's art so long as we agree that that's what it is. It's a comment on culture, and it was commissioned by the Erinsborough City Council. Thank you.” Lou comments that she seems to be amusing herself at the rate-payers' expense. Serena walks by, showing off her bogan look, to Harold's surprise. She walks up to Sky, Stingray and Boyd and asks “are you cake-takers gonna have lunch or not?”
Lou complains about the artwork. “It's like the Emperor's new clothes: no one's game to all it what it is.” He and Max tease Stu about his attractive new partner. Stu says that they're just friends, and she doesn't mix business with pleasure. Lou says he'll give him a week before he falls for her. Stu says he's not a little boy from the country any more. After he leaves, Max and Lou laugh even more.
Serena wears her bogan clothes to school (it's an out of uniform day). She complains she looks like an idiot, but Sky says she doesn't. A lot of students make comments, and Sky has a comeback for each of them. Stingray sits next to her and comments that she must want him really bad.
Max comes home with a present for Steph – a pregnancy test. Steph tells her she doesn't need to take the test. Her body told her – she's not pregnant, she's not late anymore.
The café club night is underway. Jack is partying with Mac. Mac says she had a stressful day at work (again, not saying what she does). They have a pash, then go out on the dance floor.
Lyn is over with Oscar. Max and Boyd go to get Chinese for dinner. Lyn sympathises with Steph, who doesn't want to make a big deal out of it.
Stu comes in. Mac invites Jack to her place, and he says he can't, he's got an early start in the morning. But eventually leaves with her. Stu has just missed seeing Mac and Jack there.
Sky and Boyd are looking at the red boxes. Someone has painted “BYO Meaning” on them. Sky is trying to clean it off, but Boyd says it doesn't look too bad, it now makes sense. Harold, Lou and Lyn, who seem to have become Ramsay Street's art critics, again come on the scene. They now like it, it means something: anything the viewer wants. Sky, still in the dark about who did it, pretends to have planned it all along. Stingray and Serena watch from a distance. Did Stingray fix it up? Most likely. He and Serena have a kiss.
Jack pulls up in his ute, takes his sunglasses off and rubs his face. He sets up a ladder to get up on the roof of the building. He neglects to put on a safety harness or anything. Halfway up, he slips, starts falling, but his foot catches on the ladder. He is left hanging upside down from it.