Steph trying to tell Max on the phone about Boyd. It doesn't really work.
Sky assuring Boyd that it'll all be over soon. Boyd convinces her to go off somewhere with him.
Harold accidentally calling Gabby “Kerry”, and she asks who Kerry is.
Harold tells Gabby that Kerry is his daughter's name, and confirms that she is the one that Gabby reminds him of. Gabby tells him he should have said something, but Harold didn't know how she would react. Gabby decides to take it as a compliment.
Boyd and Sky have made themselves at home and even lit a fire in the fireplace. Boyd sticks a piece of bread over it to toast it, then cuddles up with Sky, who is eating something out of a tin. Sky comments that right now she would be at home, with Lil and David barely talking to each other, Serena carrying on about the drama of the day and Harold practising his tuba. It makes her wonder why they didn't do this sooner. Boyd wishes the moment would go on forever.
Max has come home, and finds out that Boyd is missing. Steph explains that Sky was with him, and it seemed like the crisis was over, so they weren't as worried about him.
Sky gets up to make the bed. Boyd checks on the toast. They talk about their plans to head to the beach. Boyd picks up the toast, but his hand spasms and he drops it. Sky hasn't noticed and he acts like nothing happened, but he seems to be developing a really bad headache.
Summer tells Max that Sky left a message saying that they are alright. Steph says that Sky didn't say where they were because they wanted to be alone. Max picks up the phone to call Sky, but Summer says that they tried that, and she's not answering. Steph tells him that Sky is responsible enough.
Sky offers to get Boyd some aspirin, but he says he's had his medication so it wouldn't be good. But he has Sky instead.
Max questions the diagnosis. How can they be sure? He's convinced it's something else. Steph tells him that as soon as Karl gets there, he can explain everything. She tells him that the illness made him take off from the hospital. Max tells her that Boyd just couldn't turn schizophrenic overnight, it's just ridiculous. Steph tells him that it didn't happen overnight. Karl comes over and confirms that it definitely seems to be schizophrenia, but assures him that it's a very treatable condition these days. He also tells Max that it couldn't be anything else, because they have been very thorough. Karl says that for now it's very important that they find him. Summer runs off to get his address book. Steph asks Karl if Boyd will be okay if he takes his medication. Karl says that he will need constant observation, and that finding the right level of medication can take time. Summer returns with Boyd's address book, and Karl begins to make some calls.
Boyd seems to be in a lot of pain, and Sky looks very worried.
Dylan attempts to study, but gives up and tells Harvey it's too hard and he needs a brain transplant. Harvey looks over at the door and starts barking, then goes over to investigate. Dylan follows, and opens the door. He steps outside and suddenly he is wrapped in a headlock by some thug. It turns out it's an old acquaintance called Roo. Dylan seems less than pleased to see him. Turns out he found Dylan through his brother Dwayne. “It's lucky Dwayne doesn't forget his mates,” Roo says. “Not like some people I know.”
Everyone is now making phone calls, trying to find Boyd and Sky. Max asks Karl how the specialist can be so sure that it's schizophrenia. Karl says that it could begin with low self esteem, and in Boyd's case, this could be a result from failing his exams, being obsessed with bodybuilding, and drug-taking. Max is taken by surprise with this last thing. He knew nothing about the HgH. Steph explains that they got it under control, and he went back to school. Boyd didn't want Max finding out. Steph apologies for leaving him in the dark. Karl goes on: All these things were just a lead-up to a few weeks ago, when he began to have delusions and disassociations. He mentions the family history, and Max's cousin with bi-polar. Max tells him that Terry was adopted, not a blood relative. Some over-priced shrink doesn't bother asking Max anything, and they all jump to the wrong conclusion. Max leaves, saying he needs to get some air.
Roo and Dylan have a game of pool. Roo takes his shot and shoves his glass into Dylan's hands, telling him he'll have the same drink again. Dylan says he doesn't want any trouble. Roo says he just wants another beer. Dylan reluctantly takes out some cash… a little too much cash. Roo notices and asks where he got it from. Dylan vaguely mentions a job. Roo says that Dwayne couldn't believe it when he heard Dylan was back at school. Dylan asks where he heard that. Roo guesses his “old lady”. Paul comes in with some ladies and asks if he can talk later about some work. Dylan says he'll be there. After he leaves, Roo asks who it is. Dylan just tells him it's a guy he knows. Roo guesses it's Dylan's new boss.
Harold finishes leaving a message on Sky's voicemail, but as soon as he hangs up, he comments that he sounded like an old fuddy-duddy grandfather. Gabby tells him he can always try again. Harold tells her he never knows what to say on voicemail. Gabby tells him that with her and her father, all she really wanted was to stop all the fighting, and just hear him say “Gabby, I love you.” Harold says that he should have started off with that. Gabby tries to give him more advice, to take a deep breath and imagine she's standing in front of him, but Harold says he has to go see Max, who should be home by now. On Harold's way out, Paul and his ladies come in. Paul goes over to buy something, still talking to the women, but stops altogether as soon as he sees Gabby. “Oh my god. Kerry?”
Gabby introduces herself and tells him she's just started working there. Paul says that the resemblance is almost uncanny. Paul comments that it probably hit Harold like a sledge-hammer. Gabby asks what happened. Did they have a falling out? Paul realises that Harold hasn't told Gabby what had happened to Kerry, and explains that Kerry was shot several years ago and died.
Harold has come over. He assures Max and Steph that Sky is very sensible, and that her and Boyd would be tucked away for the night. He also says that she would call if anything happened. Harold leaves, and Steph tells him she'll call if they find out anything. Karl is on his phone with Dr. Levi, explaining the truth about Max's cousin. Summer tells Max about Boyd taking her down to the park to meet their mother. Max apologises for not being there. Karl gets off the phone and says that Dr. Levi is still standing by his diagnosis. There is an argument that the diagnosis isn't completely accurate given the family history, but Karl's no expert. Max thinks that it could be something simpler than schizophrenia, and Karl says he can't speculate. Max interprets this to mean that it could be more complex than schizophrenia.
Sky gets up while Boyd sleeps, and picks up her phone. She has 6 missed calls on it. She checks her voicemail and finds a message from Harold. He tells her to forget his last message, he just wants her to know that he loves her, and he's proud she's his granddaughter.
Roo continues to annoy Dylan. Paul comes in and reminds him that he set him some homework for tonight. Dylan explains that he ran into an old mate who is passing through. Roo introduces himself to Paul and says that he is not passing through, he is looking for work. Paul tells him that he may have the wrong end of the stick, and asks if he can speak to Dylan alone for a minute. Paul asks him if he's still alright for tomorrow, and reminds him that “Kenny's got the list”, and if he runs into anyone, just take it easy. Paul makes a guess about Roo: fresh out of jail and just itching for trouble. Dylan says that he's done his time, and reminds Paul that he's been in too. Paul asks if he should put him on the payroll, and Dylan doesn't recommend it. Paul tells him to never talk to Roo about him again. Dylan tells him that he wouldn't, and he hasn't. Paul suggests he gets rid of him, because divided loyalties are the last thing he needs.
Sky is still sleeping. Boyd is holding his head in his hands and rocking, clearly in pain. Outside, Dylan rocks up. Sky hears the noise outside and wakes up. She sees Boyd and gets scared. Meanwhile, Dylan has unlocked the door and turns around to find an unwanted visitor: Roo. Roo has a crowbar and Dylan tries to take it from him. Roo tells him it can't hurt to have an extra pair of hands. Dylan's mobile rings, and it's Paul. Obviously, Paul has asked about Roo, and Dylan tells him he's not there. He turns around and notices that Roo has gone into the house.
Inside, Boyd and Sky realise they are in trouble when Roo tries to threaten them into handing over some money. Boyd stands up to fight him but falls straight over again, suffering some kind of seizure. Dylan comes in, finally off the phone, and is surprised to find the couple in there. Sky begs him to get Roo out of there, which he does, then he calls an ambulance.
Sky sits in the waiting room, upset. Dylan sits down with her and offers her a drink. “Give it to your mate,” she tells him. Dylan explains that Roo isn't his mate. Sky blames Roo for sending Boyd over the edge. Harold arrives, closely followed by Karl and the Hoylands. Sky tells them that Boyd is still in casualty, still doing some tests. The paramedics had said that it was like an epileptic seizure. Karl tells them he'll see what he can find out. Max asks if they gave him anything. Sky says they did in the ambulance, and it made him stop. Sky tells Max that she thought they would be fine together. Max says she was wrong. Harold tries to defend Sky, but she tells Max that he's right, she should have told them where they were going, and apologises.
Roo comes in to talk to Paul, who is going over some paperwork. He tells Roo he's busy. Roo tells him about “helping” Dylan this morning, and that he's looking for work. Dylan is just a kid, and he taught him everything he knows. Dylan comes in, and Roo starts sucking up to him. Paul tells Roo to get lost, which he does. He then tells Dylan that he is going to make a phone call, then Dylan is going to explain why he lied to him.
Harold returns and updates Gabby on the situation. Gabby offers to stay there longer if Harold wants to go back to the hospital. Harold tells her she doesn't have to. Gabby tells him it's not too busy, and suggests they both have some breakfast and a chat. Harold tells her that he told Sky she should go home and rest, but she won't leave the hospital. Max is so upset with her, and Harold just wanted to make it all better for her.
Dylan explains to Paul that he told Roo not to tag along, but he's so thick. Paul reminds him about what he said about excuses, and says that if this is his attempt to stop him from calling off their entire working agreement, he better think again. Dylan tells Paul about a job they did together a few years back. He was driving underage and Roo took the heat for him, so now Dylan owes him. Paul tells him that the guy's trying to steal his job, he's got as much honour as a cockroach. Dylan tells him that the guy's a headcase, he had to keep him on side long enough to work out what to do. Paul says that he met an obstacle, given it some thought, now it's time to act. Dylan admits that he doesn't have a plan. Paul suggests he keep him on side, and when he does a crime, “shop him.” Dylan says he can't do that. Paul tells him that he can if he wants to keep working for him.
Boyd is taken out of casualty, and everyone runs over to him. Karl explains that the seizures have pointed them in a new direction: a brain tumour.