Karl diagnosing Boyd's condition.
Stu opening his eyes, and not seeing anything.
Connor just stands there, stunned. Toadie tells him that she'll be back. Connor can't wait for that to happen, and decides to go after her. Toadie tells him not to – she has to do what she has to do. Connor accuses Toadie of talking Carmella into leaving, which he of course denies. Connor gets worried that Carmella will decide she will no longer need him. Toadie tells him he's selling himself too short, and that if he starts accusing people, it only leads to paranoia.
Sindi tells Stu that it could take time for his eyes to adjust and his sight to return. Stu gets out of bed and walks over to the door. His sight starts to return. A nurse brings in a meal for Stu, and he takes the tray and puts it on a bench. He turns to Sindi, notices what she's wearing, and tells her, “you look great in red.” Sindi is overjoyed that the operation was a success.
Another hospital room
Dr. Levi talks to Boyd. Just casual small-talk. Then he goes over to Karl and talks quietly with him. Boyd begins to get worried.
Hospital waiting room
Steph reassures Summer that she'll keep her and Sky updated as she finds out about Boyd's condition. Stu and Sindi walk over to them and share the good news that Stu's sight has returned. They ask what they are doing there, and Steph tells them that Boyd isn't feeling well, and the doctors are just running a few routine tests on him.
Boyd's hospital room
Boyd tells Dr. Levi that his problems started at the gym. He goes on to talk about taking HgH and excessive training, and that he just wanted to prove to everyone that he could make something of himself. Instead he stuffed everything up and made a complete tool of himself. He begins to get upset, and Dr. Levi Karl says he'll just leave the two of them alone. Boyd gets all worked up and begs Karl not to leave him.
Stu and Sindi enter and see Susan having drinks with Gary. They decide to play a little trick on her, and Stu gets Sindi to lead him over to her as if he is still blind. Stu comments that it's a little early for cocktails, and Susan tries to claim that she's having coffee. When Stu tells her it's a funny coffee mug, Susan realises that the operation was a success and is pleased. She introduces Gary to Stu and asks them to join them. While Stu and Susan talk about the operation, Sindi and Gary exchange glances, then Sindi looks away. Stu notices this.
Connor gets off the phone with Carmella. Toadie tells him that it isn't Connor's fault. What happened with the whole stalker incident has made it hard for her to relate to any guy, and reminds him that his girlfriend also drive off. Connor, still upset about Carmella, tells Toadie that what he and Carmella had was more than the “fling” Toadie and Eva had. Toadie tells him that because he is upset that Carmella has gone away, he'll let it go this time, but not again.
Dr. Levi asks Boyd about and medical history that he knows of in his extended family, especially psychiatric illness. Boyd struggles to think for a few minutes, and vaguely describes someone his dad knew… a cousin of Max's that had bi-polar disorder. He then asks the doctor why he's writing it down. Dr. Levi tells him that sometimes these things help to find out what's wrong with Boyd. Boyd tells him he never met the guy, so what does it matter? Karl tells him that they are looking at hereditary illnesses, so it isn't something you catch. Dr. Levi adds that family history can also indicate a predisposition. Boyd still claims that he never met the guy.
Steph suggests Sky and Summer get coffees. Summer thinks Steph is going to find out about Boyd and not tell her. Steph tells her that she'll let them know the second she finds out anything.
Boyd starts to lose it again, asking why any of it matters, he's not even his cousin, he's his dad's cousin. Or maybe his mum's cousin, and his mum's dead. And his dad died too. He fell off the roof into a fire. Steph looks into the room as Dr. Levi asks if he actually remembers this happening. Boyd tells him his cousin killed him and now he's all alone. He starts crying.
Stu, Sindi, Susan and Gary all talk about the Lassiter's fire, Stu's blindness and his other senses being stronger to compensate. Stu mentions that Sindi organised the money for the operation and that it cost $50,000. Gary picks up on the magic number here, being the same amount Sindi “earned”. He suddenly remembers he has to go sign his lease, and he and Susan say goodbye to Stu and Sindi. When they are alone, Stu asks Sindi what is going on between her and Gary.
Connor sits on the couch, holding the phone lost in thought. Toadie throws him a beer. Connor walks over to him, silent. They both shake their beers and spray each other.
Sindi has just filled Stu in on her and Gary's history. Stu thinks they should tell Susan. Sindi says that telling Susan would mean she would have to say what she almost did, and she doesn't want anyone else knowing that. She adds that Gary told her that Susan knows about his past. Stu asks if Susan would feel that same way if she knew that the woman from his recent past was Sindi, and wonders if Gary is going after Susan to get to her. Sindi tells him that the most amazing thing has happened today, and suggests that they concentrate on that.
Connor and Toadie have some beers in the street, listening to the football on the radio and having little challenges. Connor has won all of them so far. He needs to pee, and Toadie challenges him to relieve himself out in the front yard. Which he does.
Karl reminds Steph and Summer this is still that first level of assessment, but the schizophrenia diagnosis still stands, but they need to take some more tests. However, if it is schizophrenia, the good news is that it is treatable with medication, and in the long-term, he'll most likely return to how he was before. In the short-term, however, his situation remains unchanged, and it could be a difficult time. The most important thing is that he has lots of support from family and friends.
Sky visits Boyd. Boyd tells her he doesn't need to be there, he's not even sick, but then changes to a plea that Sky won't let them leave him there alone. Sky reassures him that she loves him and she isn't going anywhere.
Toadie and Connor come back in. Apparently Toadie had a complete turnaround in the challenges and ended up winning. Also, Connor's team lost. Toadie makes him join him in his victory dance, which involves them both pulling down their pants and jumping around chanting. Stu comes in during this, and surprises them by proving his sight has returned by joining in their pants-less victory dance.
Steph tries desperately to talk to Max, and although she gets through to him, the call cuts out before she can tell him about Boyd. Summer comes out to the car, having packed a few things for Boyd. Steph tells her that she's doing fine, unlike herself. “Hey, if you can't drop your bundle in front of your family, where can you?” Summer tells her. Apparently this is a saying she got off Lyn.
The General Store
Sindi enters the shop to find Gary at a table. She joins him, and asks if he's going out with Susan just to get close to her. Gary is completely taken by surprise by this question, and tells her that he did not at all know that Susan was a friend of Sindi's. Sindi tells him that she does not want to see Susan hurt. He tells her that after he found out the reason Sindi went to his hotel room for the money that night, made him feel even grubbier about himself. But meeting Susan and getting the shop happening made him feel like he was finally making something of himself. But there are some things you just can't leave behind.
Sky visits Boyd again. He says he's feeling better now. Sky says it's probably all the jelly cups he's been getting. “Say what you will about the hospital food, the stuff on the trays beats the vending machines any day.”
“I thought Sky was the only one who could find something like jelly cups cute,” Boyd tells her. “I remember for your last birthday, she wanted to make this jelly cake shaped like a fish. She would just not shut up about it.”
Sky tells him that that was herself, and it was for Serena's birthday. “Am I Serena now?” she asks with a laugh.
“Don't tell me you're having an identity crisis too?” he replies. “You know, you and Sky are probably the two cutest girls that I have ever been with.”
He goes on to tell “Serena” that he feels bad about going out with her behind Sky's back. Not that he didn't enjoy it while it lasted, but if Stingray found out, he'd be shattered. And he still absolutely loves Sky, which is why she can't find out.