Jack questioning Lyn over the candlestick. Karl's computer incompetence. Harold wanting Svetlanka to stay.Connor trying not to work with Carmella, but not succeeding.
Connor has driven Carmella to breakfast. He brings some coffees to their table, and finds her bending over, her butt pointing right at him. Apparently she lost a hair clip. She asks him to look under the table for him. While he looks, she asks him to drive a bit smoother, because “I do enjoy a smooth ride”. This remark causes Connor to hit his head on the table top.
Susan comes in with a whole lot of shopping. Libby is going through an article for Sindi for her new job with a women's magazine. Libby doesn't know how to tactfully tell her it's no good. Her grammar is bad, and she doesn't know the difference between a comma and a full stop. Susan tells her to give encouragement first, just as she would with a student. Sindi comes in, and Libby tells her it was a fun read, but before she can get to constructive criticism, Sindi starts going on and on about it, then says that she's already sent it.
Karl emerges from the office, and tells Lou he's fixed his computer and it's no longer beeping. “Just a slight glitch,” he tells Lou. “I'll finish your website later”. Lou is surprised he hasn't finished. Karl tells him it's a big job, but he'll have it up and running before Lou knows it. After Karl leaves, Lou tells Harold that he's sure Karl couldn't tell the internet from a mosquito net. Harold tells him he's sure Karl wouldn't say he could do it when he couldn't. Lou tells him he is too trusting.
Kennedy house (night)
Sindi is in a panic looking for her keys. She has to leave quickly to see the editor of “All Her” magazine. She called up, and apparently there's a problem with her article. Susan tells her she's sure it's just something small, and Libby reminds her that it was her first attempt. After she leaves, Susan says that they should have been honest with Sindi, so she is prepared for what she's about to get. Libby says that she'll probably be sacked on the spot. They decide to get a lot of chocolate and other stuff ready just in case.
Lyn is packing her stuff for Bendigo. She is determined to stay, and feels that everything will be fine once she's settled. Jack tries to talk her out of it, and to be honest with herself, and says that she is responsible for her own happiness. “Look how far that attitude got you,” Lyn says. As soon as she says it, she apologises and says she didn't mean it. Susan comes over with a Coffee Shop cake, and says it doesn't seem like much of a farewell. Lyn tells her she just wants to slip away, no fuss. Jack snorts and goes off to his room with no comment. Susan asks her to still come and visit after she leaves.
Sindi goes in to see her editor. She is taken to a large office. The editor is sitting in a chair facing away from the door. She turns around, and to Sindi's surprise, it's Carmella.
Carmella explains her different last name. It's her mother's maiden name, which she went back to after leaving Rocco. Carmella uses it for business purposes. Sindi starts talking about how Carmella must blame her for her parents breaking up, but Carmella tells her that's not why they are there, and she doesn't let personal issues interfere with business. Getting back to the article, she tells Sindi it felt a little amateurish, and Sindi tells her it's her first long article. Before that it was just horoscopes. Carmella tells her she thinks Sindi has great potential. She has written a few suggestions, and would like a rewrite by the next morning, which is the deadline for the next issue.
Lyn comments that Lil should be with them, they've become like the three musketeers. “More like the three stooges,” Susan says. Lyn remarks that it all seems so final. Susan tries to cheer her up, saying that they'll all go up for Lyn's birthday in a few weeks, and there's a country race meeting there, and she's always been interested in races. “Since when?” asks Lyn. “Since my best friend was moving there,” Susan tells her.
The two women can't believe they became such good friends, and that Joe and Karl would ever get along. As Lyn thinks of what she'll miss, she gets upset, but fakes happiness when Libby, Ben and Sindi come over to say goodbye. Lyn says she'll leave after lunch, so Ben and Oscar can have a play together in the morning. Sindi and Libby fill in Susan and Lyn with the magazine gossip. Sindi says she has no idea how she'll get her article done in time, and says she better leave to get a start on it. Libby offers to help her out, and they leave again. “Who says country people are the most friendly?” Lyn comments to Susan.
Pub (next morning)
Connor and Lou are setting up the pub for the day. Carmella knocks on the door and Lou lets her in. It turns out Connor has been late for driving with her (he thought she said half past 10, not 9), and has completely screwed up her plans. Connor apologises profusely, and Lou tells him they'll have to work out a proper roster if he's going to have two jobs. While he gets ready to leave, Carmella's phone rings and she talks flirtingly to some guy called Carlos and adjusts her clothing, while Connor watches with interest.
Libby meets up with Lyn and they make a playdate for their sons. As Lyn starts to leave, Izzy comes out and tells her she didn't pay. Lyn tells her she didn't buy anything, she wanted to say goodbye to Harold. Izzy insists she saw her take some chocolates from the counter, and checks her bag. And what does she find in the top of it, but a packet of chocolates. Lyn tells her that it was a mistake and Libby takes her side. Izzy accuses her of stealing, and Lyn says she'll pay for them. Izzy says she should call the police, but Lyn puts some money in her hand and leaves before she can go that far. After she leaves, Izzy comments that it's interesting how someone so morally superior turns out to be a thief. Libby defends Lyn, saying she has a lot on her mind, and it was just one little mistake. She also says that Izzy is the last person in the world who should question anyone's integrity. Izzy points out that she's not a thief. “Only if you don't count stealing husbands,” Libby says.
In the kitchen, Izzy complains to Karl about how horrible Libby was to her before, accusing her of being a husband-stealer in front of all the customers. She tells Karl he has to demand that she apologises. Karl tells her that Libby doesn't respond well to commands, especially from him. Izzy says that she is owed an apology, and it's up to Karl to make sure that she gets it.
Libby tells Susan her side of the story, which of course makes Lyn out to be entirely innocent. Susan tells her she may have made a mistake.
Libby comes back to apologise, and says that she was unfair. Izzy says that she was really hurt, but she can put it behind her. Maybe things might be better between them, she comments to Libby.
Karl struggles with Lou's computer again, while Lou and Harold watch. The “beeping virus” seems to have come back, with an error message saying “A fatal exception has occurred!”.
LOU: Come on, Karl, admit it. You have no idea what you're doing.
KARL: I'm just having trouble getting you're A drive to talk to your C drive.
HAROLD: Bit like you and Libby talking to each other.
Karl blames Harold and Lou for distracting him. Izzy comes in to thank Karl, who pretends that he talked to Libby when he sees how happy she is.
Carmella gets Connor to pull up in the street. While Connor tries to work out what she wants here, she gets changed and tells him to honk the horn. Connor accuses her of changing her top just for him, and that she's been doing it all day, and yesterday. Carmella simply tells him that she works in fashion, so she must look right all the time, even if it involved changing in the car. Sindi comes out to the limo. Carmella tells her it was much better, but she still had to do a lot of editing, so she took all the credit. Sindi is upset, but hides it, and tells her she assumes this means she doesn't get the job. Carmella tells her she's getting a second chance. She hands Sindi a shoe and says she wants 3000 words on it by Monday. Connor is just as surprised as Sindi, but when Sindi looks sharply at him. She rolls up her window while Sindi stands there, stunned.
Lyn is vacuuming, and Jack tells her she doesn't have to, he can do it. Susan comes over, wanting to talk to Lyn. She confronts her about Bendigo, but Lyn continues to avoid admitting she doesn't want to go. Susan mentions the Coffee Shop incident, which Lyn says was an innocent mistake. Jack mentions the candlestick. Susan tells Lyn that if the thought of moving is so stressful, then don't. Lyn, getting upset, tells them that it's not just about her, it's about Joe too. Susan tells her to be honest about her feelings: she doesn't love Joe, and she can't move to Bendigo. In tears, Lyn finally admits she doesn't want to move.