Karl and Susan in agreement over their divorce – Izzy looks worried.
Max kicking Lyn out of his house.
Libby and Sindi are helping Lyn, Jack and Oscar move some of their stuff into the house so they can stay there. Lyn apologises profusely and feels guilty being a burden on them but Libby shushes her, telling her not to be silly. “For a free trim and conditioning treatment you can stay as long as you like!” Lyn offers to throw in a perm as well much to Lib's bemusement. Sindi asks Lyn what went on over at the Hoylands'.
Lou walks in to the jeers of a table full of Erinsborough High teens. He says that Harold must have a hot date seeing he's closing so early and Harold bashfully admits he's seeing Svetlanka that night – he can't seem to get rid of the stragglers though. Lou walks over to them and one of the boys dumps ice cream on the table, asking where Lou's sponge is. Lou gets him back though by saying he knows all about him cheating on his girlfriend with some other girl behind the tennis sheds. The boy angrily cleans up and storms out with his posse. Harold is amazed Lou knew all that information and Lou shows him the notes he has found discarded at school. “Mate, I am on easy street with this stuff.”
Sindi is showing Libby the latest email from Toadie and says he's getting more and more perverted. She's concerned that he's been keeping this information hidden all this time and that he's secretly into whips and things. Libby tries to ease her mind by saying that Toadie has just created a character that's the “exact polar opposite” of himself so it wouldn't be obvious it was him emailing. Libby says if Sindi needs her she'll be at her dad's.
Karl and Izzy's
Libby and Ben are over playing puzzles with Karl while Izzy hovers in the background. Libby says she's proud of him and Susan for being able to sort out their divorce. She smiles and adds that maybe something a little more than talking went on in the conference room judging by the smile Susan hasn't been able to wipe off her face. Izzy looks mutinous. Karl just says that it was good they could work things out and that their main motivation stemmed from seeing how distressed Libby was. “It wasn't worth the fight if it upset you that much.” Izzy tries to get herself included in the conversation and asks if anyone wants more tea. Karl gets up to help her but goes to play with Ben first.
Toadie is flicking around the channels on their new pay TV connection when he stumbles across some ominous ‘bow-chicka-bow-wow' music. “This is great!” He answers the knock at the door – it's Sindi and she's over to apologise. She says that she'll never doubt him again. Things are looking rosy until Sindi sees what's on the telly. “What sort of an animal are you?” Toadie tries to explain that he didn't choose to watch it, it was just on, and that Connor was the one who ordered the channels. Speak of the devil, Connor walks in and is all excited to see him some raunchy TV. He claims that he didn't order the adult channel though. “You boys are sick,” snits Sindi, rushing out the door.
Karl and Izzy's
Izzy says to Karl that it's amazing that he and Susan could sort out their divorce so quickly considering they both went in there to “play dirty”. She hesitantly asks what went on in the room because he never told her. Karl hopes she's not getting paranoid, and if he's acting any differently it's because he and Susan sorted out their divorce without any more hassles. Izzy apologises for second-guessing.
IZZY: You know, I think the most important thing in a relationship is to be open and honest.
KARL: I couldn't agree with you more.
She says if he says nothing happened she'll accept that, but then quickly adds that if something did happen she'd accept that too. “Izzy…” he starts warningly but she stops saying it's okay, because as he said, nothing happened. She still doesn't look too sure though.
Lynnie has made brekkie for everyone and has started up her cleaning spree again. Sindi has been making a pro/con list for Toadie – she's got two ‘pros' written down and pages and pages of cons. Lyn and Libby think she may be selling him short but for every good point they suggest Sindi retaliates with a bad point against it. She says that Toadie is having a romantic entanglement with a man and it's making her feel so sick and sordid she's having second thoughts about everything. Lyn and Jack, not being privy to the Tanya/Sebastian email saga, look bewildered.
Connor has just received flowers and a card from his Internet boyfriend through the agency and is reading the acrostic poem that came with it. “Isn't he just the living end!” Libby comes by to have a chat with Toadie while Connor goes to put his flowers in some water. She lets him know that Sindi is having doubts about their relationship and also tells him that Sindi is actually Sebastian. “And you're a naughty, naughty boy!” she adds, hitting him on the arm. He freaks out and says he was only joking in those emails but Libby says that Sindi isn't taking it that way and she wanted to let him know because he needs to sort things out with her.
Lyn is talking in frustrated tones on the phone to someone. She hangs up as Jack walks in and looks a bit distressed. He asks who was on the phone but she says it was no one. She tries to change the subject and says it's great that Jack has some work at Grease Monkey's that day. Libby comes back home and says to Jack that she ran into Summer outside who was hoping for a game of kick to kick, “I think you've got a fan.” Lyn rushes off to work before Jack can ask any more questions. Jack hits redial on the phone and is surprised to hear who is on the other end. “Dad! Hey… uh… I was just ringing to see how things are going…”
Izzy rushes over to Sindi and asks how she interprets her horoscopes this week since she's responsible for them. She's confused on the interpretation of ‘things aren't as they appear'. Sindi is distracted at first but then asks if her worries are all about “the room” in the courtroom. She says it's understandable Izzy would have her doubts about Karl and how he can't stay faithful for too long.
IZZY: He didn't leave Susan for me!
SINDI: No of course he didn't! He didn't because it could have been any old person that just walked on through and took his eye and…is that my phone ringing? I think that might be my phone ringing!
Sindi fumbles around in her handbag for her nonexistent phone call while Izzy looks shocked.
Outside Grease Monkey's
Summer is helping Jack (and when I say helping read ‘looking dreamily at Jack while getting in the way') build some contraption for the shop. She asks if he's had many girlfriends in the past and then segue ways in to saying that they've got a lot in common, e.g. they love playing soccer and they both love pepperoni pizza. Jack gets a bit wary of where this is heading and says to Summer that he's feeling a bit peckish. She offers to get some burgers but he says “all that grease and stuff makes me feel… sleepy.” He likes her idea of going home and making something for them and says he'll have anything when she asks what he wants. Before she goes on her merry way though, she manages to make him drop a hammer on his foot.
Coffee Shop Kitchen
Karl stops by to see if Izzy wants to have lunch with him but instead is verbally pounced upon as she accuses him of sleeping with Susan. He is astounded that she even said that and says he thinks he should go. She questions that he's not even going to deny it. “You know what,” he says, “I don't think that I should even have to.” He leaves her bubbling in anger, confusion and regret.
Connor walks in with some bags of chips rambling nonsense about the ‘8 items or less' aisle in the supermarket, disturbing Toadie on the computer. He asks if Toadie's apologizing through his emails but Toadie says he's doing the opposite – his brilliant theory is that Sindi's got to learn how to take it if she wants to dish it out. Connor thinks she'll get even madder because he's taking the mickey out of her but he says if she can't take a joke that's her problem.
Outside Grease Monkey's
Summer has made Jack a multi-tiered sandwich consisting of all of his favourite things, such as bananas, sardines, vegemite and gherkins, because she didn't know which one he'd prefer. She gets discouraged at the horrified look on his face but he says he'll eat it.
SUMMER: It might be a little squishy; I forgot to drain the sardines.
(Jack takes a hesitant bite and chews thoughtfully)
JACK: … Squishy… but good! Mmm, Sum, this is delicious!
He keeps eating the concoction and Summer looks pleased.
Libby gets Lyn to stop her obsessive cleaning compulsion by ordering her to sit down while she makes them a cup of tea. Sindi arrives home and Libby tries with all her might to get her to check her emails, succeeding eventually. Lyn goes over to the computer with Sindi and says she thinks she gets what's going on now. Sindi reads out the email and is aghast to learn that ‘Tanya' thinks she's boring and that she should consider herself “cyber-dumped”. Libby mouths that she's going to kill Toadie.
Toadie rushes to the door when he hears Sindi calling out his name. She's very distressed and shoves the printed out emails at him calling him a “sick, twisted, little freak” and informing him that she's Sebastian. He says that he's known she was Sebastian all along and that it's all been a big joke. She doesn't see the funny side though and shows him the pro/con list she made (which is a mile long thanks to all the cons). He says it's a little low in the pro department and she agrees. “Not a very good reason to continue this relationship,” Sindi says, storming out.
Karl and Izzy's
Izzy arrives home looking very ashamed of herself. She says she's sorry and just to think what it would be like if the tables were turned and he thought she was the one being unfaithful. Karl says he wouldn't because he trusts her, “just like I'd like to think you trust me.” Izzy hugs him but says that he still won't give her a straight answer on what happened in the room. He gets annoyed and says he shouldn't have to feel guilty in his own home. Karl gets his keys, announcing that he's going to go out for an hour while she thinks about things but does a hasty about face when she hunches over in pain. He rushes to her as she clutches her stomach and gasps that something is really wrong.