The Timmins boys telling Janelle they have decided to move in with her.
Izzy finding some gloves in Paul's hotel room, with the missing button.
Lyn asking Andy why he and his wife never had kids.
Andy's ex-wife showing up with the kids she and Andy “never had”.
Lyn has returned to the house, stunned. She asks Andy how he could do this to his kids. Andy wants to justify his actions, but Lyn says there is nothing he can say to help her understand what just happened. She tells him to get out. He does, and tells her he's sorry.
Paul's hotel room
While Paul is in the shower, Izzy has accidentally opened his laptop, and accidentally gone through his email and files, and accidentally put in a blank CD, and accidentally started burning some stuff to it. She hears the bathroom door open while the files are still copying. Fortunately, she had also accidentally opened up the internet browser and accidentally gone to an online clothing store. She switches to this window to hide the other one. Paul freaks out when he sees her on his computer. She tells him that if he had been a second longer in the shower, she was going to get his credit card out and buy herself some shoes. Paul buys the cover-up, and returns to the bathroom, telling her to turn off the computer. The burn finishes, and she pops out the CD and sticks it in her bag.
Izzy has come home, and starts drawing a diagram of Paul's intricate web of deceit and evil. At the top is Paul, who is connected to both Lee Thomas on one side, and Lil on the other. Lil is connected to David. Lee is connected to the wetlands. Coincidentally, the wetlands are also connected to David. In the middle is Paul's bank account, which Lee pays into, then of course, it is connected with Paul. “Gotcha!” she says. With perfect timing that is only usually seen in TV shows such as Neighbours, the timer on the oven dings as soon she finishes, and she gets the contents out.
But wait! That bit with the oven wasn't just some random thing the writers threw in to fluff the show out a little. Izzy has brought over some dinner for Karl. She tells him that the bar opening went really well, with heaps of people. Karl says he popped his head in, and wanted to congratulate her, but he wasn't really up to it. Izzy tells him there will be heaps of times when he can have a big night at the Scarlet Bar. Karl says he'll just stick to the medium-sized ones.
Lyn, Janelle and Susan are discussing the kafuffle between Lyn and Andy. Janelle can't see what the big deal is, he only forgot to mention he didn't have kids. She tells Susan that there have been times when she's been at the pub, and she forgets to tell the guy next to her that she has kids, and a husband, but that doesn't mean she doesn't love her kids. The look on Susan's face is priceless! Janelle says that Andy doesn't deserve to be written off yet, after one mistake. Blokes aren't very smart, she tells them. “You have to give them three strikes before they go out.”
Susan tells her that honesty is the most crucial part of any relationship. Forgetting to mention that he has kids is a pretty big memory lapse, and he has been lying since the minute he met Lyn. Janelle says that he still has one more strike to go.
“Okay,” Susan says. “How about an irate ex-wife who has made Lyn's life hell? I reckon that's his third strike, he's out!”
“You have laid eyes on this Andy,” Janelle argues. “I mean, she's lucky to have him, a good-looking young bloke like that. No offence, Lynnie, you're a looker too. What you've gotta realise, Suse, is that at our age, they've all got baggage. So any man with his own hair and who can pay for dinner, is worth a second look, right? Look at yourself! Bit of baggage of your own. Ex runs off with someone half your age, kids all packed up and gone.”
“She wasn't half my age, and I think you're just skewing the facts!”
“Maybe we're skewing Andy's facts,” Janelle says.
Izzy tells Karl that his patients need him, and so do his friends. He has cut everything and everybody out of his life. Karl says that he can't trust his body any more, he's not twenty. Izzy reminds him that his cardiologist has said that he'd make a full recovery. Karl says that he is also a doctor, and he knows that doctors can miss things. He admits that he goes to bed wondering if he might not wake up, and the thought terrifies him.
Later on, Karl has gone to bed. Izzy tucks him in and assures him that he will wake up tomorrow, and that with each new day, things will seem better. She tells him he has a lot of life left in him.
Dylan and Stingray are carrying in a chest of drawers. They accidentally drop it and get into an argument over whose fault it is. Janelle comes in and tells them they're a pair of idiots. She tells them to get it into Janae's room before the girls arrive, and to watch the paint work because “this house was on telly.”
Lyn comes into the living room with Oscar. Stingray tells her that if they scratch the pain he'll fix it. The boys start fighting again and Lyn goes into the kitchen without a word. Stingray asks Janelle if she thinks Lyn minds them staying there. Janelle says Lyn's fine with it, she just has other things on her mind. Stingray tells her they can be a bit full-on when they're all together, but Janelle likes to think that Janae and Bree are angels. Janelle says that Lyn misses her own girls, so the Timmins girls are just the thing to cheer her up. Dylan doesn't think Lyn's kids are much like the girls. Janelle hits Dylan, who in turn hits Stingray. She tells them that their sisters are good girls, and they've changed since they last saw them.
Two girls are thrown off a bus. Of course, these are Janae and Bree, the Timmins sisters. Janae, the older one yells out, “Up yours, mate!” and says she is gonna sue him as the bus pulls away. “How could he throw us off? And for nothing! I'll say he harassed me, I'll say he tried to kiss me.”
While Janae talks about the cute guy she tried to crack onto on the bus, Bree reads a book. Janae tells her they need to start walking, but Bree doesn't want to.
“Great,” Janae says. “We're gonna be stuck here forever!”
Lyn is getting Oscar ready to go for a walk. Janelle comes in all hysterical. She tells Lyn that her “little girls” were not at the bus stop, because the bus driver threw them off. Apparently they were disruptive and rude. “They have never said a swear word in their lives,” she claims. Lyn suggests that they might be on the next bus. Janelle tells her that that means they have been out there on their own for three hours. She decides to call Toadie to show that bus driver how useful it is to have a lawyer in the family. Lyn takes the phone off her and tells her it might be better to try and find the girls first. Janelle asks Lyn if she wants to come too, but Lyn says she can't. Janelle guesses that she is meeting Andy. Lyn tells her that she and Andy have a couple more things to sort out. Janelle asks if she is giving him a second chance but Lyn doesn't answer.
“Come on,” she says. “He's male, he's single now, he's got all his own teeth. If you don't give him another chance, you're mad!”
A car approaches the girls. Janae tries to pull it over, but fails. Bree is still deeply immersed in her book. Another car comes. Bree succeeds in stopping it by pretending to cry.
Paul's Hotel Room
Paul is on the phone with someone involved in his plans. Apparently someone has been asking questions. A woman. She has been asking about David Bishop. Suddenly Paul notices his gloves have been moved. He asks what the woman looked like, and tells the other person not to panic, because it will only create suspicions.
The General Store
Lyn meets up with Andy. She tells him she has done a lot of thinking. He is the only man other than her husband that she has known, and there are a lot of reasons why they should not have got together, but he made her feel able to be truly her. Andy tells her that he loves her, but Lyn says she can't see each other anymore. They are just too different. She gets up and leaves, saying she wishes things could be different.
Janae and Bree are dropped off. They get out, and Bree thanks the nice elderly couple. She tells them she is feeling much better, and she's sure her Siamese twin brothers will survive the operation. The car drives off, and the girls walk over to the curb, wondering which house they now live in. Janae gets out the piece of paper with the address on it, but they can't make out the number because there is pink lipstick all over it. Janae goes to plan B. She yells out stuff like “Bree Timmins is a frigid little moll” and “Janae Timmins is a dead-set hottie!”
No one from their family responds, but Susan comes out to see what all the noise is about. “Check it out,” Janae says. “It's Julie from the OC.”
Finally, Janelle comes running out of number 26, and warns the girls not to be cheeky with their new teacher. She introduces them to “Miss Smith”. Susan notices Bree's book and asks about it. Bree says she loves it, it's like the twelfth time she's read it. “Maybe it's time for something new then,” Susan replies.
Stingray comes out to join them. “Spiggin' heck!” he yells out. “There goes the neighbourhood!”
Janelle tells the girls that Boyd Hoyland is the pick of the boys, but Stingray warns them that he's not available, and Boyd and Sky are both his mates. Janelle and the girls go into the house, leaving poor Stingray to get their bags. “Lucky you can choose your friends, ay?” he calls out to Susan.
Karl makes his way in and surprises Izzy. He orders a herbal tea and sits down. Paul comes in and asks if she has a minute. Izzy tells him she was just about to get Karl's drink and doesn't have time. “And what if I was your business partner and wanted to have a meeting?” Paul asks her. “I can see you're doing your stock inventory, I'd like to go through that with you.”
Karl gets up and Izzy calls out to him. He says he has to go. Izzy says she'll walk him home. Karl says she's working, so she doesn't have to. Izzy tells him that it doesn't matter: Paul has just reminded her that they are business partners, so he can take over for a little. She walks Karl out of the building.
Stingray catches up on the happenings in Colac. Lyn comes in carrying Oscar, followed by Susan pushing the pram. Janelle introduces her daughters to Lyn. Janae asks Lyn about hairdressing tips, and Lyn is a little out of it at first, following her break-up. Meanwhile, Bree just sits there reading her book, and Janelle calls out to her. She looks up, says hello, and goes back to reading. “Rude little minx,” Janelle says. “One day I'm gonna burn all her books, force her to get a life.”
Janae notices a photo on the desk and asks about it. Janelle tells her it's Lyn's other son Jack. Lyn tells her that he lives in Los Angeles now, with his girlfriend Nina Tucker, who is an actress. “Never heard of her,” Janae says. Perhaps Lyn should have lied and said he was going out with Delta Goodrem.
Dylan returns home, and doesn't seem as thrilled as everyone else about the new arrivals. Stingray tells Janae and Bree about Dylan's job working for Paul.
Janelle asks Lyn how things went with Andy. Lyn says that she ended things. Realising the women need some time to talk about this, Stingray takes the girls out the back to show them how to jump the fence.
Janelle can't believe Lyn. “He was a good one!”
Susan joins Lyn in the kitchen and asks if she's okay, with Andy and with the Timminses. Lyn says that they'll be a good distraction.
Scarlet Bar office
Izzy catches Paul looking at some paperwork and snatches it off him. Paul reminds her that he has a very large stake in the business. Izzy tells him that if he wants to discuss business with her, he'll have to make an appointment. Paul is amused at Izzy playing the big tough businesswoman. “I'm not playing at anything. Unlike some,” she tells him. Paul tells her that he is there to collect payment. Izzy is late with the next instalment, and Paul could have her thrown out. Izzy shuts the door and tells him that she could have him thrown back in jail. She knows all of his secrets. Every last one of them.