Stingray saying that Chris Cousins shouldn't get away with spiking Janae's drink.
Stu asking Sheena about Kelly Weaver.
Sindi accidentally hitting Janae and her bike with her car door. Janae accusing her of doing it on purpose.
Sindi is on the phone, apparently talking to someone who is challenging Stu to a rematch. Sindi tells them that he will never be available for a rematch as Stu walks in. Sindi covers the mouthpiece and tells him it's Janae. Then Janae seems to change the subject as Sindi tells her she will not buy her a new bike, and tells her she should have been watching where she was going. Sindi tells Stu she wants to speak to him, but Stu isn't interested, so Sindi tells her to go away and annoy someone else. She hangs up in disgust. Stingray comes over to seek advice from Stu, for “a friend of Janae's.” He tells them about the drink-spiking incident, which Stu says is a very serious offence, and that “Janae's friend” (he does the air quotes as well) should tell the police. “That's what I told her!” Stingray says, adding, “Janae's friend, who… I don't know.”
He asks if she has to give her name to the police. Stu says if it helps, she can be anonymous, but she has nothing to be ashamed of.
Dylan, sandwich in mouth, jumps the fence and heads to the pool, but hears Sky come out. He hides behind the towels hanging on the pool fence, but Sky sees him. Just to torture him, she decides to take them in, taking them down one by one making him move to the next one. When they're all down, she fakes surprise at seeing him.
DYLAN: Well, everyone has to be somewhere.
SKY: Not in my back garden on my sunlounge behind my towels.
Dylan offers his sandwich, and she tells him he shouldn't swim on a full stomach. Dylan asks what else is there to do out there, and is surprised to learn she wants to read (“In your bikini?”).
Dylan suggests skinny-dipping and pretends to take his shorts off. Sky asks him not to, because she would never ever be able to go swimming in the pool again. “And eyes up!” she adds.
Stu does some research on the laptop while Toadie plays Steve Irwin with a stuffed crocodile. He asks Stu what he's doing. Apparently he's looking at the website of Sindi's old high school. He's found a forum for ex-students to keep in touch, and Toadie is shocked at how bitchy some are about Sindi. He tells Stu that she is none of what the posts say, so he should just forget about it. But then he finds one about Kelly Weaver: “No one deserves what that cow, Sindi, did to Kelly Weaver. Does anyone know where Kelly is now?” But no one knows, she seems to have just disappeared. Toadie tells him to just leave it alone, Sindi is a top catch and he's lucky to have her. “Yeah, he is, isn't he?” Sindi says, having just entered the room. Toadie leaves, saying he has to go down to the General Store. Sindi asks Stu what he's working on, and suddenly Stu remembers he needs to buy some computer paper, and goes with Toadie.
Paul has a little meeting with our old friend Lee Thomas. Paul is telling her that there are only 24 hours in a day and the wheels of government bureaucracy turn very slowly here. “Then maybe they need more grease,” Lee suggests. She tells him that Paul was selected for this project because of his ability to get things done, and she's not seeing much evidence of that right now. Paul says he is a busy man, and Lee wants to know what he has on his slate right now that could get in the way of a fat chunk of 25 million dollars. Her backers are not people he wants off-side, and Paul should not mess them around.
Bree practises her spelling words while Janelle and Lyn make coffee. There's a knock at the door and Janelle answers it. While she's out of the room Stingray asks Bree where Janae is, but apparently she's avoiding Janelle. Stingray says she has to go to the police. In the lounge room, Susan has come over with some books she thought might help Bree. Janelle says they're in the middle of a training session and invites her in.
Dylan brags about his brave rescue of Janae. Sky keeps interrupting with questions like “Is Janae okay now?” Dylan finishes off his story by saying that he finished the guy off, and “let's just say he won't be going clubbing for a long time.”
Sky tells him that that's barbaric and that we live in a civilised society. Dylan tells her that she thinks she has to say all these things, but really she's turned on by him.
SKY: You know what? I think you're right. Dylan, I really want you. I want you so badly it hurts. Hey, Dyl?
SKY (laughing): Who wants who now?
Dylan complains that it wasn't fair, and claims that it had absolutely no effect on him whatsoever. We hear a vibrating noise that Dylan is quick to point out is his phone.
Toadie tells Stu that he can't contemplate for a nanosecond that Sindi is capable of malicious damage. Stu agrees, but he wants to find out what happened to Kelly Weaver. Apparently he is using police resources. Toadie asks him why he can't just ask Sindi, and he doesn't respond. Toadie guesses that he assumes she'll lie about it, and warns him that using police resources for his own personal gain will get him in trouble. Stu tells him there could be a crime involved. His mobile rings. The station has tracked down a Kelly Weaver in her late 20s, who is a patient at the Erinsborough Hospice.
The women have left Bree to train on her own while they talk about that guy they met last night (they don't yet know he is Bobby Hoyland, Max's father). Dylan has quickly dresses and announces that he's off to work. On his way out, Stingray tells him he found Janae, and (surprise, surprise) she's at Mike's and she's not going to report the incident. Back in the kitchen, Lyn suddenly realises that they're going on like school girls and left poor Bree alone.
Dylan runs over to Paul who finishes a phone call and gets up him for being late. Paul quietly tells him his instructions: he has to get to the General Store tonight at 7.30 sharp. Paul will hand him an envelope which he won't open til he gets outside. In that envelope will be a set of keys and the address to a warehouse. He will find a ute locked in the car park out the back. Drive to the corner of Acacia and Eldon Streets and wait for a call from Paul.
A staff member shows Stu to a woman in an electric wheelchair who recognises him. She tells him she has heard so much about him and seen a lot of photos of him. She introduces herself as Kelly Weaver, Sindi's best friend.
Sindi asks Toadie where Stu is. Toadie says he didn't say. Sindi says that they had plans this afternoon, and surely Stu said something to Toadie. Toadie says she doesn't want to know. Sindi tells him he can't say that and not expect her to not want to know. Toadie explains that Stu's got some ideas in his head and has become a little obsessed with what some of Sindi's classmates told him. He asks about Kelly Weaver, and a shocked Sindi has to sit down.
Kelly tells Stu that before her accident, she and Sindi were really close. They were both crazy about acting, and every term they would compete for the lead in the school play. They were at a party after the auditions one time, and they had a friendly rivalry going on. Kelly had a little fall. Her neck hit the stairs and took the full force of the impact. Sindi got the lead role, and Kelly got a wheelchair. Stu asks if there was ever a police investigation. Kelly says that it was an accident, there was no need for an investigation. Kelly tells him that she quickly learned who her real friends are. Sindi spent months by her bedside, and helped her through rehab. She probably wouldn't have had the strength to keep going without her. She tells Stu that Sindi still blames herself for what happened. But she's still Kelly's best friend, pretty much her only friend.
Meanwhile, Sindi is telling Toadie her version of the story, saying that it was all her fault, because she was the one who bought the bottle of drink they shared to celebrate whoever got the part. But she still sees her a lot, sharing stories with her. Toadie comes clean about Stu, and tells Sindi that he has gone to see Kelly. Sindi asks if Stu thinks she would do deliberate harm to Kelly.
After dinner, Susan and Lyn find Janelle in the fridge, not doing anything. Susan asks if she's alright, and she says she was just looking for something. Then she holds up the bottle of juice in her hand and says she found it. Moving right along, they go into the lounge room for a fake spelling contest they've prepared to help Bree. Dylan has to leave, and apologises to Bree for missing it. Bree says it's alright. Lou and Sky come over to watch the show. Susan is the pronouncer (the one who reads the word and explains its usage, etc) and Bree stands next to her. The first word is complimentary. Bree just stands there and Lou notices she's not looking a very good colour. Suddenly Janelle remembers something and rushes over to her as something leaves Bree's mouth that cannot really be counted as a word.
Dylan waits for Paul to show up as Lou and Sky come in talking about Bree's little display. Lou tells Sky it happened to him once in church as a kid, during the sermon. “What the Lord giveth, the Lord taketh away by the bucket-load.”
Sky joins Dylan, who doesn't seem to be as attentive as usual. Sky asks if something wrong, if Paul has him doing something he doesn't want to do. “We all know he's the Antichrist, don't we?” she says. Dylan tells her it's not that. He says that Paul's a good bloke and has helped out a lot of people. Paul comes in and hears Dylan talking about him. Sky tells him he's here now and leaves them to it. Paul is impressed that Dylan is early. There seems to be a change of plan. Paul now wants him to spend some time with a concierge at the hotel, so he can learn about dealing with people from him. Paul says he has something else to take care of while Dylan does that.
Janelle explains that Bree isn't too great in front of crowds. Once she played Mary in a Christmas pageant and threw up all over the baby Jesus. Luckily it was just a doll and not a real baby like they were talking about using. Susan realises this presents an interesting problem. How will she perform at the inter-school spelling bee?
A ute drives up by the lake. Paul gets out and takes down a container from the back. It is marked “Harmful. Keep away from foodstuffs.” Paul puts a gas mask on and pours the contents of the container (something resembling green cordial, but it's probably not meant to be) into the lake.