Summer telling Steph about Caleb. Steph telling her they might be able to work it out.
Darren being led away by the police.
Karl tries to talk to Libby, more or less trying to say “I told you so”, but Libby walks away.
Sindi complains of Lil's alterations of the dress. The bust is now a little big. She thinks Lil is getting her back because her waist is bigger than Sindi's. Harold tries to assure her that she looks good for a job interview (Sindi is going for an astrologer job at a very glossy women's magazine). Sindi worries that they won't give her a job as an astrologer if she doesn't even know her own dress size. Izzy tries to make her look on the bright side: “At least you're not going for fashion editor.”
Summer has began calling all the numbers she thinks might be Caleb's, based on what she can read on the paper. The last one she calls she has a blast chatting with and invites them to dinner, next time they come to Melbourne. Turns out it's a little old lady. Max goes off at Summer for calling a whole lot of Queensland numbers trying to find Caleb and tells her not to use his phone for it. Summer storms out of the room yelling that he's ruined her life. “I wasn't even trying,” he mutters.
Lou complains to Darcy that some of the crims pulled up his garden, the one thing that gives him a bit of joy in there. Lou comments that Darcy has changed a lot since he got locked up. He also mentions that he asked Susan to see him. Darcy goes off a Lou for doing that. He didn't want Lou to do that, because his one hope for day release is Susan, and once she says no, that's it. Lou suggests other people. Karl, himself, but no one that could get him day release.
Darren is annoyed at having been taken in for questioning, which was because of a robbery at another site that he was working on. The site that Darren went back to last night to get his drill. Darren didn't see anything, and Libby says that means it happened before or after he was there (he has an alibi for both), but Darren confesses that he didn't tell the police he was there, because they would have thought that he'd done it.
Summer is again trying to track down Caleb. Because Max said not to use his home phone, Summer has tried to use the pub phone, until Max points out that he also pays the pub's phone bill. Next she tries to ask for her own mobile, so she could use that. Again, Max would have to pay the bill. When Summer finally runs out of ideas, Max sends her off to school. Karl and David have seen the whole thing, and are having a laugh about it, even though it's all ahead for Karl again. David complains that wives are holding men hostage, using their children to control them. The women's movement has completely emasculated men, he says. And men are too scared to say what they want. David tells Karl that if he wants Izzy to take an ultrasound, that's what Izzy should do. Karl doesn't want to force her. David continues to go on. “Let's hear it for the real men, Dave,” Max says adding, “Enjoy your quiche and salad. Low fat dressing.”
Libby tells Darren that lying to the police won't help, but Darren tells her that he's sick of having to prove his innocence again and again. Libby tells him it won't help if he goes off at everything. She tells him he could win over Karl if he gets rid of the antagonism for him. “And while I'm proving myself to him, I'm putting your mind at ease too,” he says. The longer the investigation goes on, the more he feels Libby slipping away from him.
Izzy comes home and straight away Karl tells her that, as it's a week overdue, he insists that she has it. Before she can protest, he tells her that as a doctor, he knows that the benefits are innumerable and the risk is zero. She can make all the other decisions throughout the pregnancy, even choose the baby's name, but he just wants this one thing. Izzy reluctantly agrees. Karl asks if she has a shortlist for names yet. She jokingly says “Twiggy”. Karl adds “Alfonzo”. Then Izzy says “Hermione”. Karl gives her the phone and tells her to call, and she might get an appointment for tomorrow. She starts to dial, while Karl goes for a jog. As soon as he's out the door, he hangs up. She begins to look through Karl's appointment book.
Sindi is telling Libby about her job interview, where it seems she was in the middle of explaining her ideas, when it took off. Her fake boob. She takes one out of her handbag to show Libby, and explains that the other one is rolling around under the editor's desk. Sindi says she tried to make a joke about how Venus is finally moving out of Scorpio, but he didn't laugh. And Sindi admits, it's not really funny. Libby tries to reassure her, saying he must have been impressed with her CV. But Sindi admits that she ran off with as much dignity as she could muster (which under the circumstances, was zero). As Libby wanders over to the lounge area, Sindi tells her, “don't you think that I won't be having a little word with that Liljana!” Seeing Libby is a little down, she asks her what's wrong. “Come on, spill. Well, not like me.” Libby explains that she's at a loss about Darren: one minute, he's an amazing gentle sweet guy, the next he's lying to the police. Sindi asks what her heart tells her. Libby says that she really wants to be with him, but she got Ben to think about. He's really started to get attached to Darren. Sindi says that's really good. “Not if he goes back to prison,” Libby says.
David is watching a report on TV about “the truth about prisons.” He thinks that they're becoming holiday camps nowadays. Harold doesn't believe the story that was on TV, he doesn't even think half of it was shot in Australia. “Had to be,” David says. “They said it was.” Harold says that when he was in the Salvation Army, he saw some prisons, and how bad they were. He challenges David to come with him when he visits Lou, to see for himself.
Lou returns to his cell and attempts to make small-talk with Darcy, to no avail. He apologises for interfering between Darcy and Susan. Darcy thanks Lou for trying and tells him not to give up hope, because Toadie and all the others will get him out of there. Darcy admits that what he really regrets is breaking up Toadie and Dee. He can never make amends for that. Changing the subject again, he assures Lou that he'll be out soon enough. “I wouldn't bet on it,” Lou says. “I would,” Darcy says, “but it's gambling that got us both in here in the first place.” He adds that people know Lou is a good guy who made a few mistakes. But they think Darcy is rotten to the core.
Summer is over, asking Sindi about compatible star signs. Sindi asks if Summer has her eye on someone. Summer explains about her brief romance with Caleb. She also explains what happened after. She's about to ask to use the phone when Max comes to take her home. Max asks if she's been a nuisance, and Libby says that she kept Ben entertained, as well as herself and Sindi. Libby goes silent when Summer mentions “Aunt Izzy's baby”, and Max decides to leave with her. He sticks his head back around the door to ask if she tried to use the phone, and Sindi explains that she was about to ask.
Karl comes home from his jog, and Izzy tells him that she got an appointment for the ultrasound. A cancellation meant that she got in the next day at 2. Karl says he's busy, but will cancel some appointments. Izzy suggests she could go on her own, but Karl wants to be there. He says he'll be there, come hell or high water. She later sneaks out to his car, and disconnects something.
Harold busts Summer in the back of the coffee shop, calling a few numbers. Summer makes a lame excuse for being there – seeing if Izzy was there. Harold tells her she isn't, unless she's locked in the refrigerator. Summer apologises for not asking to use the phone, and Harold tells her to ask, and reminds her that she should be at school now.
Karl calls Izzy from the Coffee Shop, apologising and saying the car won't start. Izzy asks if he got her message. Karl says he didn't, and she explains that she went to her ultrasound appointment. There was a mix-up in the times and she had to go right then or she wouldn't be able to go at all. Karl is disappointed that he didn't know. Izzy assures him that everything is going perfect and that the baby's fine. She tells him that she got an ultrasound video and a picture. Karl says he can't wait to see the baby. After they hang up, Izzy gets a video from the TV cabinet, and gets to work. She also gets out the ultrasound phot she got several weeks ago and looks at it, and sees a problem: it's dated 8th July 2004, as opposed to the date on today's paper: 5th August 2004.
David and Harold visit Lou. David insists that it doesn't look too bad, and he sees a lot of happy faces. Harold tells him it's only because it's visiting time. They go into the visiting room, where Lou is waiting. David mentions speaking to the authorities, and Lou gets up him for it.
Libby visits Darren and surprises him with a snack. After being pressed by Darren, she admits that she came for reassurance. She needs him to look her in the eye and tell her he was not behind the thefts. Darren says he shouldn't have to prove himself to her. If she doesn't trust him now, she never will.
Karl comes home, and asks to see the ultrasound tape. Izzy puts it on, but unfortunately, the VCR conveniently chews up the tape and dies. Karl blames himself for buying a cheap second-hand VCR. Izzy gives him the next best thing: A framed ultrasound photo, conveniently with all the writing on it (including the date) removed. Karl is pleased.