Steph reading Summer's spell book, warning her about her spell on Lisa.
Darcy and Lou finding out that they're cellmates.
Darcy tries to reconcile with Lou, but Lou tells him he's going to keep his nose clean in prison, no scams or anything. Darcy asks Lou why he ended up in prison, and after some convincing, Lou tells him he had bad debts. “Oh, how the wheel turns,” says Darcy, with a laugh.
Steph and Valda try to work out the seating plan for the wedding. They try to avoid seating Karl and Izzy with Susan and Tom. Lyn gets off the phone and tells them not to put Tom at the main table, but Steph wants him there. “So, where are we?” Lyn asks. “Placecard Hell, “Steph says, “similar to hell, but with a whole lot of distant nobodies that won't talk to each other.” Charlie tells them to stick all the food on a buffet and let everyone sit where they want. Valda doesn't seem interested in an idea from a man with no wedding planning skills whatsoever.
Boyd and Max bring home their wedding clothes. Max talks to Summer, who now doesn't seem anywhere near as excited about the wedding as she did the week before. Boyd comes in to watch TV, Max asks him to turn it off. “We need to talk.”
“Alright,” says Boyd, “what have I done now?” But it's nothing sinister, Max has realised that he has no best man, and wants Boyd to be it. Boyd's only too happy to be best man.
Steph, Valda and Lyn are still in Placecard Hell. Max comes to tell Steph the news about Boyd being best man. Lyn asks if he's ready to do a speech, but Max says he'll let him off the hook this time. Lyn offers to come over to help him out, but Max declines. Valda suggests getting a book from the library she knows is there, it's about wedding protocol. While Lyn and Valda continue to seat everyone, Steph and Max sneak off to the lounge room. “I'm so sorry,” Steph says. “No, everything's fine,” Max says.
Boyd wanders into the lounge room to see Summer desperately flipping through the spell book. He stands behind her with a big grin on his face until Summer asks “What?”
“You tell me, “ he says.
“Nothing,” she replies.
Boyd sits down next to her, picks up a magazine and imitates her. Summer eventually confesses what she's worried about: the Three-Fold Law of Return, the ancient rule that states that what a witch does, she gets back three-fold. She tells him about how the shelves in the fridge collapsed, leaving her with a hige mess to clean up on her own. She nearly got run over by a police car, and until the third accident happens, she won't go outside. Boyd laughs and tells her it's a coincidence, but Summer is convinced that it isn't. Boyd makes fun of her, maybe lightning strikes and a tree falls on Valda, the wedding IS happening in a garden. He suggests calling Lisa and making up with her, maybe that will cancel it out. Summer checks the book.
Valda and Lyn have finally worked out the seating plan. Lyn assures her that they haven't forgotten anyone. Lyn suddenly remembers that it's time to do a rehearsal. Steph and Max are shocked to discover that Valda has booked a limo just to get to rehearsal, and they aren't exactly thrilled about the actual rehearsal, they already know what to do.
Summer gets off the phone and tells Boyd that Lisa practically cut her finger off getting a piece of apple pie, and had to have five stitches. She's terrified that she doesn't know her own strength. Boyd tells her that the finger incident is the third bad thing, but Summer tells him that it was part of the hex she put on Lisa, she's still got one bad thing left. She suddenly realises she has to get Lisa's name out of the freezer, which is where she hid it. Before she can, Max comes to tell the kids to come to rehearsal, the limo is waiting. Summer tries to stay behind, and Boyd practically has to push her out the door.
Lou comes back from lunch, and Darcy asks with a smirk in his voice how he's settling in. He tells Lou he's lucky, he has a friend to show him around. He warns him that word is spreading around the prison that Lou has money. Everyone in prison needs an edge, an advantage. For example, Darcy works in the infirmary, and has contacts on both sides. He warns Lou to stay on the right side of him. Lou tells him he'll do deals with him over his dead body. Darcy warns him not to say that to loud in prison.
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Valda, Lyn, Steph, Max, Boyd, Summer and Charlie inspect the grounds. Lyn and Valda argue about the best place to have the wedding, while everyone else watches on. Lyn tells Steph to make a decision. Steph does, and of course, Lyn and Valda hate it. Max makes a suggestion but the wedding planners start to walk away.
Lou comes out for exercise time. Darcy begins to point out people to avoid, but Lou tells him he doesn't want his help. Darcy again gives him a warning: If you can't see the guards, then the guards can't see you. When the guards change over, there's sometimes 20 or 30 seconds when no one is looking. Plenty of time for accidents to happen.
When everyone is about to leave, Summer impatiently runs to the limo, worrying that something bad will happen. Lyn is annoyed that Valda is taking over the wedding plans and only giving her the little details to work on. Valda has to stay to organise a million other things, and Chalie offers to stay to: “if you don't have anyone to swear at you'll pop a gasket.” Valda reluctantly agrees, and tells him to stay out of the way.
Everyone comes in with floral arrangements and other wedding stuff. Steph tells Max she's exhausted and wished Joe was there, he would have calmed Lyn down. Max promises they'll leave as soon as they know there's no more chores left. “Suits me,” Steph says. “Me three,” Boyd says. Max asks Summer if she's okay, she hasn't said much. Summer says she's just excited. Lyn comes in and says she'll put the kettle on. Max says they better be going home. Lyn agrees, mentioning their speeches. This is the first Boyd has heard about it. Lyn tells him it has to be funny, lots of anecdotes. Max and the kids leave, Steph is about to but Lyn stops her, saying she's not allowed to see Max again before the wedding. Steph laughs it off, saying it's just superstition. She's about to follow the others out the door, but Summer tells her she better not risk it. Lyn tells her she wants one last night with her before she leaves home forever.
Charlie and Valda discuss the arrangements, which turns into an argument. Valda refuses to let Charlie help her, and mentions that the two of them arranged a wedding together before, and he didn't turn up.
Lou walks around the exercise yard, and takes a break on a bench. The gaurds seem to be nowhere in sight. Some younger, tougher prisoners gang up around him.
Charlie has left Valda on her own, and she's been crying. She tries to hide it when he comes back. Charlie apologises for upsetting her, and for everything that happened all those years ago. He gives her a jewellery box. Valda opens it and sees some nice earrings. Valda is pleased, and thanks him. Charlie says he was planning to give them to her the next day, but that moment seemed more appropriate.
Lyn is looking through photo albums, commenting on a photo of Steph's fifth birthday party. Lyn's memory is that Steph was nice and lady-like, but Steph remembers what it was really like: she ended up covered in mud after being dared to jump in the creek, and punched a boy in the face for teasing her. Lyn had yelled at her, but Joe gave Steph a thumbs-up behind Lyn's back. The two of them laugh about it. Steph comments on Lyn's selective memory. Flick was the lady, Steph was the one climbing trees and grazing her knees. Lyn tells Steph that the next day will be perfect, everything she's ever wanted for her. Lyn asks if she's happy with the arrangements, and Steph says that she is. Lyn warns her not to jump in any creeks or start any fights.
Boyd is stressing out about his speech. Max tells him not to worry about jokes in it, all he has to do is thank everyone for coming and propose a toast to the bride and groom. Summer, who has been reading the wedding protocol book from the library, corrects him. The best man's speech should be light-hearted and fun. It should be the high point of the reception. It's more anecdotes than jokes. “Yeah?” says Boyd. “Well I don't know what an anecdote is, I don't want to know what an anecdote is, and maybe you should take this book and…” Max stops the argument before it gets too bad. Max tells Summer that for this particular wedding, all Boyd has to do is thank everyone and propose a toast. Summer asks if he'll show the speech to Lyn, and warns that Lyn won't be happy about it. “I don't care,” says Max.
“I dare you to say that in front of Valda or Lyn,” Boyd says.
Max tells them that if everyone can just get through the wedding it'll all be over and they can enjoy the honeymoon. “Is that what a wedding's about?” Boyd asks. “The bride and groom getting bulldozed and wishing it was all over and done with?”
Max insists that they aren't getting bulldozed, they're doing it that way because they want to make Lyn and Valda happy for going to all the trouble.
“Well you never asked them to do it for you,” Boyd says. Max tells him to just write his speech, don't worry about the jokes.
Max has snuck into the house at 4.30 in the morning to visit Steph. Max says they should elope, and Steph seems very pleased about it.