Steph confronting Jack at the site, after he fired the workers.
Mac giving Jack the money back and convincing him to go out. Jack hides the money in a drawer in the loungeroom.
Jack wakes up, wearing nothing but his boxer shorts and a woman's bright blue fluffy jacket. People walking by give him funny looks. He appears to have a hangover.
Sky and Serena make breakfast. David walks in with Lil and they make plans for their memorial ritual that they do each year to commemorate David's mother. Serena suggests that Harold might want to take part in their plans.
Steph apologises to Max; she apparently accidentally hit him in the face last night during a dream she had. “How many times can I say I'm sorry,” she asks.
“How many times do I have to say that I do not look like a giant groper trying to eat all the baby guppies?” Max replies.
On the bright side, they both see the funny side of it, and Max jokes that he'll have to restrain her if she does it again.
Serena is still trying to convince her father that Harold should be included. David tells her that it should just be the four of them, because she was his mother and this is how he has chosen to commemorate her. While he argues, he searches frantically for his keys, which Lil has in her handbag (at least they weren't in his hand the whole time). Lil sides with Serena, telling David that Harold will be really hurt when they find out they excluded him.
“He's not invited and that's the last word on the subject,” David says as he walks out the door.
“But David,” Lil starts.
“It's the last word,” he repeats, and leaves quickly before Lil can try again.
Serena walks into the shop to tell Harold that they plan to commemorate her grandmother. Every year they go on a picnic and do some bird watching, two things Mavis really enjoyed. Harold wonders why David never told him.
“I don't know,” Serena answers.
“Then why are you telling me now?” Harold asks.
“Because I want the family to be together. And I love you, Grandad, and I want you to be there too,” Serena tells him.
On a street somewhere
Jack asks a nearby man if he knows what happened to him, he appears to have no memory of the night before. A taxi pulls up, and the man jumps in it. Next, Max and Lou pull up in Max's car.
“That colour really suits you,” Lou tells him. Max offers him a lift, which Jack gratefully accepts.
“So,” Max says, as Jack gets into the car, “What's a sweetheart like you doing in a place like this?”
Jack tells him that he went to wild bucks' night and the next thing he knew he was dressed like that.
“Are you sure it wasn't a hens' night?” Lou asks. “We'd better get you home before you end up getting arrested for crimes against fashion.”
Jack, having no keys to get in, climbs in through a window.
Stu and Mac, on duty, go in for a coffee. While Stu gets them, Mac's mobile rings. It's Jack, desperate to know what happened. When Stu gets back to her, she pretends she is talking to her Nana. She tells “Nana” that she can't go and visit right now, she's on duty. She'll come later. While Jack talks to her, he discovers that the money is gone, and accuses Mac of stealing it, which she denies. While the phone conversation goes on, Stu gets a call over the radio to attend to a stalker. Mac ends the phone call and the two of them leave. Meanwhile, Jack continues his frantic search for the money.
Steph visits Max and we find out that he and Max had gone to see a supplier earlier today (when they picked up Jack). Max seems reluctant to talk, but eventually tells her about finding Jack.
The police car pulls up, and the officers chase after the stalker.
Max continues to tell Steph about Jack, telling her that he said he was at a friend's buck's night.
“Who has a buck's party on a work night?” she asks. She's annoyed because he was meant to be getting up early for work, so it looks like today will be written off, again. Steph decides its time to pay him a visit.
Jack is recovering on the lounge. As soon as he hears the front door open, he jumps up and runs into the kitchen, but stops when he realises it's Steph. “In a bit of a hurry?” she asks. “I was just…” he starts.
“Making coffee? I'd love one,” Steph says.
Jack mentions his crazy buck's night. Steph asks who's party it was, but Jack can't answer. Steph pretends she didn't notice, and offers to help him go over the books for the business.
The stalker has again disappeared. The officers walk up the street, Mac bitching to Stu that he should have run faster (not that she did much herself). Stu shushes her when he hears a noise in the bushes. The stalker attempts to run away, but Stu tackles him and Mac handcuffs him and reads him his rights.
David comes in to buy a bottle of French Champaign. Max is surprised at this order, but gets the bottle for him. David explains that it's the anniversary of his mother's death. Max tells him about what he does to commemorate his first wife's death. He also tells David it must be good to be able to involve Harold now that they live in Ramsay Street. David says that he's not coming, because he wants to keep it to immediate family.
“Isn't he immediate family?” Max asks.
“I mean immediate family from my generation onwards,” David answers. “Anyway, it's none of your business.”
As David leaves, they both mutter “Idiot”, then they both turn around and say “I heard that!” to each other.
As David and Lil prepare to leave, Harold returns to talk to David. He tells David he has found out about their plans and wonders why David doesn't want him there. David tells him he doesn't think Harold really did love Mavis. Harold says that he did, but David thinks it wasn't as much as he loved Madge. Harold says that he did love Mavis, and because of her, he had David and Kerry, and his two granddaughters, and because of that, he'd love to take part in the commemoration.
Mac and Stu, now off duty and out of uniform, celebrate Stu's first arrest. Lou and Max come in with boxes of supplies. Mac overhears Lou mention Jack's name, and she suddenly remembers she has to go and see her “Nana”. She apologises to Stu and leaves.
The Bishop family, Harold included, have a picnic, and make a toast to Mavis. Harold also toasts to family. David tells his family that Mavis meant the world to him, and it was great that Harold was able to take part in the commemoration.
Steph helps Jack with the paperwork. She notices that he has neglected to do a few things, such as sending in an insurance form. Jack asks Steph if she has been keeping in touch with their parents. He mentions that he keeps Joe up to date with what's happening in the business. The phone rings and Jack immediately gets up to answer it. It's Mac, calling in the Coffee Shop. She apologises about that morning, and explains that Stu was right near her. She offers to come around now, and Jack asks Steph if she can leave and come back later. Steph says she can't leave, because the paperwork will take hours. Jack tells Mac not to come yet, and he'll ring later. Suddenly remembering, he asks Mac if they swapped jackets last night. “No,” she says with a laugh, “but you did disappear halfway through the night, I never saw you again.” Jack seems to believe her, and tells her he'll talk to her later.
The Bishops have decided to play a round of pool. With Stu there too, they make up even teams. Lil and the girls keep teasing Stu. Stu mentions that the game's not very fair, to which Lil replies “We'd hate to be unfair to you, Constable.” Harold ends up ending the game and winning.
Steph is still going over the paperwork. Max comes and asks if she's still going. Steph says there's a lot to get through. Steph says that everything's a mess, especially Jack. Max asks if the two of them are interested in dinner. Jack tries to use this opportunity to get Steph out of the house, but Steph tells Max that she'll have dinner with Jack, and she says they'll explain it to Max later. Steph attempts to get started on dinner for the two of them, but as soon as she opens the fridge, she is greeted by a terrible smell. She tells Jack she'll order a pizza, and suggests that he cleans up the mess in the fridge.
Scully house (night)
Steph tells Jack that the business is in trouble, and she needs to know how it got so far into debt. “It's not my fault!” he protests. Steph tells him it is. He's been saying for weeks that everything's fine, when it's clear that it isn't. Steph tells him that it's not just the business she's worried about; she's also worried about him. Jack tells her he's just tired, which Steph doesn't believe. She picks up the phone and tells him that he can either tell her what's wrong, or she's calling their parents and he can explain it to them.