Darren putting on Libby's new necklace, and saying he loves her.
Summer and Caleb seeing each other for the first time.
Stuart getting the wrong idea when Darren confesses he has been in prison before.
Stuart has now left. Libby defends Darren, saying that anyone could have done the robbery, it wasn't necessarily someone working on the site. Karl implies that perhaps Darren paid off someone. Darren immediately jumps up, but before he does anything he may regret later, he leaves, saying he's going for a walk. “Good one, Dad,” Libby says. Karl starts to justify himself, but Libby goes off to her room, annoyed that Karl and Stuart think Darren's guilty. Susan comes home at this point, and Karl has to explain what just happened.
Darren is lamenting his past. “Doesn't matter what I say or what I do, the minute people find out about my past I'm a goner.” Libby tells him that Stuart was only doing his job, he shouldn't take it personally. Darren says that he can handle Stuart, but he's really ticked off about Karl. And most people think the same way, about any ex-con. Libby tells him that she trusts him.
Karl continues to go on about how he thinks Darren did the robbery. He watched him be interviewed by Stuart, he was hiding something. “Fear of being labelled a criminal, probably,” Susan says. Karl can't believe Susan's not worried that Libby is going out with an ex-criminal. Susan defends Darren, saying that he's a very nice man, and Libby hasn't been this happy in ages. “Sorry, I spoke,” Karl says sarcastically.
“Don't you give me that cat's bum face, Karl, I'm not gonna fall for that anymore,” Susan says. Karl decides to change the subject. He asks about some booklets sitting on the table. Susan says they're colour charts, she's thinking about redecorating. Karl goes silent and Susan realises that he didn't just come for a social call. Karl tells her he's been thinking about they're financial situation.
Darren seems depressed about something. He tells Libby that he had a fantasy that when he returned to Erinsborough, his past wouldn't exist and he'd be the sort of bloke Libby would fall in love with. “Looks like your plan's working,” Libby tells him.
Karl tells Susan that he has changed his mind about letting her have the house. With Karl and Izzy starting a family, he feels a more equitable split is appropriate. Susan puts down the kitchen knife she was holding and looks at Karl.
That night, after dinner, Susan and Tom are enjoying washing up, Susan playfully nagging him about not washing the plates properly. While that goes on, Libby asks Darren if he's okay, and he says he is. He thanks Susan for dinner, and Susan tells him not to take what Karl said to heart, because he's completely lost the plot at the moment. Darren says there's only one person who's opinion he cares about (indicating Libby), but her mum comes a close second. He says his goodbyes, and Tom says he should be leaving too. He agrees to meet Susan for lunch in the Coffee Shop. After he leaves, Libby asks what Karl wanted to talk about, and Susan tells her about how Karl has changed his mind about the house. Libby asks how she feels about that, and Susan admits she doesn't know how to feel.
Karl is sitting at the table, reading the paper and flossing. Izzy asks him to do it in the bathroom, it's disgusting. Karl apologises and tells Izzy about his discussion with Susan. There were no arguments, and while there's a few things they need to sort out, they made a good start. Izzy is pleased that Susan agreed, but Karl is feeling a little guilty. After 30 years of marriage, all she gets is half a house. Izzy tells him that she knows it's been a tough time for him and Susan, but she thinks he's amazing.
The group is playing tennis again, guys against girls. They agree to play fair, no cheating no distractions. No sooner than Max says this than a group of cute young ladies comes onto the courts. Boyd drops a tennis ball but barely notices. Max accuses the girls of setting it up. They start the game, and Max has to try several times to tear Boyd's eyes away from the hotties.
Susan is telling Tom about her and Karl agreeing to split the house. Tom tells her to give the offer some thought before agreeing. Susan admits she doesn't want to sell the house, but if she does, she can start her life over away from all the memories. Tom asks about the medical practice. It's Karl's business, but one that Susan helped to build. And then there's the children. All those years she took off work to raise them means loss of income. Tom suggests getting a lawyer. Susan says she and Karl agreed not to, they'll be open and honest, and she trusts him completely. “It may not be Karl you need to worry about,” says Tom. Darren, Libby and Ben come into the shop. “Are you making a late start today?” Susan asks, then adds, “again.”
Max and Boyd are cooking on the barbecue, while Steph and Sky gloat about their easy victory. Boyd blames it on the sun in their eyes, but strangely enough, the girls didn't have any trouble when they swapped sides. Summer comes over to join them, and they tell her about the girl's victory, but Summer is distracted when she sees Caleb on the tennis court, and soon runs over to join him. They finally get a chance to talk, and they immediately hit it off.
Libby and Ben have come over to see Karl, and Izzy is overdoing it with Ben again. Libby points out she may be making him anxious. Libby tells Karl she has come about the house. She thinks it's unfair: Karl's the one who walked out, Susan deserves to keep the house. Karl tells her he thinks it's fair, all the money that went into it, all the maintenance, everything, was split evenly. Izzy starts to say something, but Libby shuts her up, telling her she doesn't want her opinion. Karl tells her not to talk like that in his own house, and before she goes on about his rights, maybe she should look in her own back yard. He of course, is talking about Darren. When Libby accuses him of always hating Darren, he says it's not about hating Darren, it's his concern for Libby. Karl then asks about the necklace Libby is wearing, and asks where Darren got the money for it. “You're stooping real low, Dad,” Libby says. “But then, I suppose you've had a good teacher.”
Summer and Caleb splash about in the pool. Summer asks him if he's interested in a snorkelling class that's going to start soon. Caleb says he can't, he and his family are leaving. He looks at his watch and adds “now.” The two of them get out of the pool, and Caleb gives Summer a piece of paper with his phone number on it, and kisses her as he leaves. The rest of the family comes in, and Max, seeing Summer looking a little sad, tries to cheer her up by picking her up and throwing her in the pool. Despite Summer's attempts to tell him not to, he throws her in, and the paper is ruined.
Darren and Libby talk about Libby's visit with Karl. Libby tells him that Jezebel mentioned that Ben would make a great playmate, and by that point Libby's stomach was churning and she left. They talk a bit more, and Darren notices Libby is acting a little weird. He asks her about it, and she says it's just the stuff between her and Karl. Darren asks if that's all it is. Changing the subject, Libby asks if Darren wants to see a movie. Darren asks if she thinks he's guilty, and Libby says that she doesn't. Darren leaves, telling her she never was a good liar.
Libby is telling Susan what happened the night before at the pub. She admits that she did lie. She wants to think he's innocent, but a voice whispers in her ear, saying maybe he hasn't changed. Libby tells Susan that the reason she has her doubts now is that Karl told her something and it made her think. If she was 100% certain about Darren then Karl's opinion wouldn't have had an effect on her.
The Hoylands have returned from the honeymoon. Summer is upset that the paper is completely stuffed. Izzy is behind the bar, because Connor has Maddy and needed someone to fill in for her. Summer tells Izzy about how Max wrecked her chances with Caleb and runs from the pub. Steph comes after her.
Steph follows Summer to the Coffee Shop and talks to her. She realises it probably wasn't much fun being on holiday with two couples. Summer explains about Caleb, and how she lost her chance with him. Steph looks at the paper and tells her it's still partly readable, and one way or another they'll find him.
Max asks Izzy if there were any problems that he should know about, and Izzy says there isn't, except for Connor running late. After assuring Max that she's fine, and that she'll call him if anything comes up, Max leaves, and Izzy notices Susan has come into the pub, and goes over to her. She thanks Susan for agreeing about the house, and Susan says she didn't do it for her. Izzy says that, while things are going to be tense between the two of them, she thinks that they should take any opportunity they get to be genuinely positive towards each other. She also mentions that Karl buying out Susan is for the best. Susan doesn't know what she's talking about, and Izzy mentions that they want to move in to the house after Susan moves out. “So,” she adds, “ready to order?” Susan asks her to come back later. Izzy goes away and Tom joins Susan. Susan tells him she wants to get a lawyer. “Isabel will move into my house over my dead body.”
Susan and Tom return home. Susan is still fuming about what she found out. Tom tells her she's made the right decision to get a lawyer. She's not losing her house to Jezebel. Susan wants to go and see Karl, but Tom tells her that she won't make things better confronting Karl when she's all worked up. He tries to get her to calm down.