Joe and Lyn share a small kiss or two.
Joe awakens after Sky's party with Janelle's lipstick on him.
After Toadie accuses Sindi, Stu punches him.
Dylan tells Sky, "I love you."
Sky and Dylan (still decked out in his indian costume) are pashing as she leads him into the house. She tells him she has something in her teepee that he can help her with. The moment though, is ruined, when Joe walks into the living room. He seems aggitated and he wants to have a chat with Sky.
JOE: Dylan, knick off. Go and find your mates that copped the cowboy and the construction worker.
Sky looks at Joe, acting a bit annoyed. She tells her father that whatever he has to say to her, better be important.
Sindi is sunbaking by the pool and has fallen asleep. She's tossing and turning, looking as if she's having a bad dream. Perhaps she's upset because the resort that Stu's taken her to looks more like a crowded backyard rather than a fancy honeymoon spot.
Toadie is sitting with Penny Weinberg, Erinsborough's resident nerd. He's explaining to her the problem his friend Stu has gotten himself into.
TOADIE: Okay, my mate Stu has been alone with the bunny-boiler for the last three days. I've tried the cops, but they won't help me. You are my last chance.
He tells Penny that on the hardrive of his computer is an incriminating photo of Sindi at Stu's bucks night. How the picture proves she's a psycho, I'll never know. Anyhow, Toadie tells Penny he needs her to dig it out, un-delete it, and print it so that he can save Stu. Unfortunately, Penny becomes distracted by a Star Trek toy that's sitting on a shelf. She recognises it as a mint-condition Spock doll, circa 1975. She'll help Toadie, but only if he gives her the doll. He agrees and Penny gets to work.
Sindi is still asleep in the sun when Stuart walks over, ready to lounge beside her. She's startled awake, though, by what Stuart thinks was a bad dream. Sindi tells him that sleep in direct sunlight is never a good idea. Stu's been planning some activities for the two of them to do together during their honeymoon.
STU: Now. I know you're not much of a nature girl, but apparently there are some amazing bushwalks around here.
SINDI: If they can promise no snakes or insects, I'm in.
STU: Well, we'll just try tennis or horse riding then, eh?
Sindi notices a man that looks oddly familiar. She has a flashback to being 'hypnotised', being told to concentrate on a bottle of nail varnish. Stu continues to talk about their plans for the day, but Sindi isn't focused. She's too busy staring at Byron.
Sky and Joe are having their chat in the living room. Joe tells Sky that after he and Janelle had a couple of drinks from the keg, he isn't sure if something happened between the two of them. Sky is mortified at the question, saying not only is it bad that he's dating Lyn, but now he's two-timing her with Dylan's mum. Sky asks Joe what he was thinking, but he doesn't seem to remember much.
JOE: I don't know! One minute I was talking to the woman about possum traps, then after that it's all a blur!
SKY: Yes, well this is why I didn't want alcohol at my party.
Sky can't believe that of all people, he was with Janelle. Joe tells Sky she's not a bad sort, but not as nice as Lyn. Joe asks Sky whether he should come clean or not and Sky reckons he should, because if Joe doesn't tell Lyn, Janelle will. Joe says that Janelle threatened him with that. Sky tells him to just be honest, but Joe is afraid she'll be angry. He tells Sky that Lyn is a spunk and that he doesn't want to miss out on his chance with her. Sky seems incredibly uncomfortable and tells her father that she has to get ready for work. Checking his watch, Joe tells her she still has another hour before her shift starts. Sky repeats she has to get ready, and warns Joe never to talk about his lovelife with her again. Joe notes that that's impossible because nothing ever goes right for him.
Janelle and Lyn are in the kitchen discussing Janelle's plan to decide if Joe is a 'good egg' or not. Lyn is upset by the plan, but Janelle explains that it is the only way to sort out the decent blokes from the rats. If he fesses up, he's a keeper, if he doesn't, he's toast. Lyn points out that Joe didn't kiss Janelle in the first place, but Janelle assures her that he doesn't know that.
LYN: Look, I am perfectly capable of judging a man's character all by myself, y'know.
JANELLE: No offence, Lynnie, but no you're not.
DYLAN: Hey, lay off mum, Lyn's one of the smartest people we know!
Janelle agrees with Dylan that Lyn knows heaps about kids, hair and...stuff. But when it comes to blokes, she's clueless. Again, Lyn points out that she was married for 25 years, but Janelle again tells her that she's been off the market for far too long. Janelle brings up Lyn's recent history with Andy and Bobby, and upon hearing this, Dylan agrees with his mum. Perhaps Lyn shouldn't be so quick to jump into a relationship with someone she's not completely sure about.
JANELLE: Alright, 'Dances with Wolves', who are you and what have you done with my son!?
Erinsborough High - Classroom
Janae and Karl are sitting in a classroom. Karl asks Janae what was so urgent. Janae tells him that she lives with a pack of wild animals that are always trying to make her life miserable, it's always urgent. Karl tells her to try to keep their appointments when school's on, but Janae points out that she kind of likes it when no one else is around because there's no one trying to listen in on their conversations. Karl asks here what she wanted to chat about and Janae asks him if he watches channel 44. Karl thinks that they should reschedule their appointment for Monday, and Janae is bothered.
JANAE: I'm sorry, I should have thought. You're stressed, all that stuff with Izzy going on, the last thing you need is my problems.
KARL: How do you know about all that?
JANAE: Um, hello! I do have ears.
Janae tells Karl she knows he didn't do it. Karl is surprised by that, asking her what she means. Janae tells him she meant she doesn't think he killed Izzy. She tells him he's too nice to do something like that. Karl changes the subject and begins to wrap up their session. But before he can, Janae asks him if he can do referrals. He tells her he can, but he doesn't understand what for. She tells him she's getting cosmetic surgery.
Stu dives into the pool while Sindi looks on. She's still lounging, sipping her drink. She again notices Byron. He's standing at the edge of the pool, looking as if he's ready to take a dip. Sindi grabs the back of his shirt and pulls him out of sight. He seems surprised to see her, but Sindi just seems angry. She asks him what he's doing at the resort. He explains that he has a gig there with his band. She tells Byron she's on her honeymoon with Stuart. Byron laughs, asking if its the same guy they pulled the hypnosis scam on. She tells him it is. He tells her he reckons he makes a good hypnotherapist. Just then, Sindi goes crazy and looks a bit sinister. She grabs Byron by the ear and pulls him in close.
SINDI: When I click my fingers, your mother is going to come down with a very mysterious illness, and you're going to have to leave here immediately.
BYRON: But my mother isn't sick.
SINDI: I know, because I haven't clicked my fingers yet.
She clicks her fingers and lets go of Byron. She looks him in the eye and says, "immediately." Byron backs away and leaves.
Penny is hard at work while Toadie is pacing behind her. She's babbling about something or other that's too technical for either me or Toadie to understand. He asks her if she can find the picture or not. She tells him to relax as the picture comes out of the printer. Toadie grabs the picture, Penny grabs her newly acquired Spock doll, and he rushes her out the door.
Erinsborough High - Classroom
Janae tells Karl that she thought he'd try to talk her out of the surgery. He tells her that it is her body, so it's ultimately her decision. But he does tell her she should know all the facts about the surgery and its after-effects. Janae assures him she knows all about it, she's seen it on the tv shows. Karl asks her what she expects to gain from the procedure, besides the physical results.
JANAE: Well, I know it sounds simple, but its true. Better looking people lead better lives.
KARL: That's not true at all.
JANAE: Okay, what about every single person in Hollywood and most of the people on TV and pop stars?
KARL: Are you any of those things?
Janae tells him she's not, but neither would they be if they hadn't gone for a bit of nip and tuck. Karl tells her that she's only 16 and still growing, perhaps she should talk to Janelle about it all. Janae says she knew he'd try to talk her out of it. He explains he just wants her to have all the facts so she can make an informed decision. Janae semi-agrees, but tells Karl it won't change her mind. Out of Karl's planner falls two tickets to a play being shown in Eden Hills. Janae asks him who he's taking, but Karl tells her probably no one. Janae realises that the other ticket belonged to Izzy. She tells him that he can do much better than her and walks out the door.
Dylan and Janelle are discussing all the good things about Joe, while Lyn is behind them in the laundry room. The two then start discussing Lyn's past mistakes with 'that Andy loser.' Lyn slams down the washing machine top and makes it known that she is standing there. Janelle tells Lyn to not get her knickers in a twist, to which Lyn assures her she isn't. There's a knock at the front door and Lyn goes to answer it. Not surprisingly, it's Joe at the door. Lyn invites him in, asking him what brings him over. All the while, Janelle and Dylan are listening in on the convesation from the kitchen.
JOE: Uh well, do you think a bloke should be punished for a crime he can't remember committing?
LYN: Well, it would depend on the crime, wouldn't it?
JOE: Yea, well last night I tied one on and I think that I played tonsil hockey with that bogan chick that you're shacked up with.
JOE: I know, what sort of a drongo would try to crack onto a bottle-blonde flooze like that, Lyn? He's actually quite keen on a classy sheila like yourself.
Joe then falls onto one knee and begins apologising to Lyn for what he thinks he's done. Janelle, who doesn't appreciate the things Joe has said about her, storms into the living room. She starts yelling at him, all the while Lyn is trying to explain that nothing actually happened. She tells Joe that it was all Janelle's idea to test his honesty and integrity, and lucky enough, he passed! Janelle grabs Dylan and leads him out the door, complaining that Lyn and Joe don't appreciate her. Lyn tells Joe that Janelle's heart is in the right place, to which Joe agrees. But it's her mind he's worried about. Joe asks Lyn why she'd pull a stunt like that, and Lyn tells him she wants to make it up to him. She tells him she'll cook him the best lunch ever. He asks for bacon, but she doesn't have any in the house. He tells her not to worry, because when he's with her, he'd be happy eating anything.
The General Store
Janelle and Dylan walk into TGS. She tells him that what she needs is comfort food. She tells Dylan to order it while she sits down. He's standing at the counter and notices Sky in the kitchen. He rushes into the back, surprising her. She's happy to see him, but is upset that her shift is going so slow. She tells him there are a million other things she'd rather be doing, and all of them with him. He tells her he feels the same. She asks if he feels that way even though they're banned from seeing one another. He tells her that the ban doesn't mean he's not allowed to think about her. The two pash for a second until they hear Janelle yelling she wants bacon. The two laugh, telling each other they'll resume the convesation later.
Stu and Sindi are both sitting on the edge of the pool, sipping their drinks. Stu congratulates Sindi for surviving her first bushwalk.
SINDI: And I didn't scream once! I may be a country girl at heart afterall!
STUART: Right, and you didn't get bitten by any malaria infested mossies?
SINDI: Don't even joke about that!
STUART: You hate the country.
Sindi tells him she used to hate the country, but not anymore. Stu asks her what changed her mind and Sindi tells him that he lived there, so it can't be all bad. Stu tells her that now he belongs where she belongs, and Sindi tells him she's glad he agrees. She wants to move to the country with him. He explains to her that they'll be thousands of miles to the nearest shopping mall. She tells him that change would be good for both of them. Stu smiles, telling her he never thought he'd be this happy, but he won't be if he doesn't hurry and book a tennis court. He gets up and walks off. Just then, Toadie arrives with the photo of Sindi. He shows her the print out, telling her that the game's up and he's not leaving until he gets some answers.
Sindi tells Toadie he's like a dog with a bone. She confesses to him that she was at the bucks night, but doesn't see the big deal. Toadie tells her the big deal isn't that she was there, but that she lied about it. Sindi tells him that she lied because she doesn't want Stu to think she doesn't trust him, she does, it's Toadie and Connor she has her doubts about. Toadie tells her the feeling is more than mutual. Sindi is becoming aggravated with Toadie, asking him why he's doing this. He tells her that all the little lies she's hiding makes him wonder what bigger lies she doesn't want anyone to know about. He tells her he thinks Stuart deserves to know who he married.
SINDI: Don't you dare.
TOADIE: What? What are you gonna do? Hurt me?
SINDI: Wow, you must really hate me.
TOADIE: No, I've just noticed a bit of a pattern that whenever anyone crosses you, they mysteriously end up injured. How do you explain that?
She tells him that it may be clumsiness or possibly karma. Toadie asks her if that's how she justifies hurting people, by calling it karma. He asks what's happened to her. He wants to know that if one day Stu does something to bother her, how will she react? Sindi tells Toadie that she has nothing to hide. He tells her if she has nothing to hide, she won't mind him showing Stu the photo. She tells him he can't but after a bit of arguing, she agrees to let Toadie show Stu so that this can all be sorted out.
The General Store
Janelle and Janae are sitting at a table, looking through magazines. Janelle tells Janae that she doesn't understand why they put the same celebrity in the magazine every week. Janae tells her that people are interested in the celeb's life. Janelle explains that they're more interested in what she looks like without make-up and how much cellulite she has. Janae assures her, the celeb in question doesn't have any.
JANELLE: Hmm, thank you plastic surgery gods.
Janae shows Janelle an article in the magazine about plastic surgery. Janelle tells her daughter that the reason celebs get the surgery is because they stand out more looking like Barbie dolls. Janae begins telling Janelle what Karl told her about plastic surgery. Janelle tells Janae that she's spending too much time with him.
JANAE: He's like a teacher!
JANELLE: Well be careful. With Izzy gone AWOL, he's probably on the prowl.
JANAE: Mum, we're just friends!
JANELLE: The man is practically old enough to be my father, what could you possibly have in common with him?
JANAE: Nothing, I never said I did.
Karl walks in and is ordering something at the counter while Janae asks Janelle if she thinks plastic surgery is alright. Janelle, in earshot of Karl, tells Janae that it is. She'd have it done if she was with Russell Crowe. Janae looks over at Karl and smiles.
No. 26 - Dylan's Room
Dylan has snuck Sky through his bedroom window for what appears to be a little afternoon loving. She tells him she loves him, and he tells her it's a good thing to know.
No. 26 - Living Room
Lyn is hanging up a painting she bought at the craft fair. She tells Joe that when she picked it up, she thought it would be perfect for the room. Now she's not quite sure. She walks backwards, admiring the painting, but falls off the step. Joe catches her. It's all very soapy and romantic-ish. She grabs the painting and suggests the try it in the hall.
Sky and Dylan hear the adults in the hallway talking about the painting. Except the two don't know Lyn and Joe are talking about a painting. The conversation sounds a bit more racy than it should. Sky thinks she should go out there and break it up, but Dylan asks if she really wants to do that.
Lyn and Joe are back in the living room looking for a proper place for the painting. Immediately, Joe's mobile and Lyn's house phone ring at the same time. They answer it. Sky is telling Joe to stop whatever he's doing, while Dylan it telling Lyn the same.
Honeymoon Resort - Stu & Sindi's Room
Sindi tells Toadie that Stu is booking a tennis court, he'll be back any second. Toadie's looking even more smug than usual. Sindi tells him to go down to reception and have Stu paged if he doesn't believe her. He tells her he will if Stu's not back in the next five minutes. Sindi tells Toadie that she knows that this is all about. He's angry that Sindi chose Stu over him. Toadie tells Sindi that he's going to go find Stu. We're then treated to Sindi remembering all the things she's done to hurt people. She flashes back to opening the car door while Janae was riding by on her bicycle, greasing the step on the ladder so Lil fell off, and hitting Susan in the head with the cabinet door. Toadie is by a flight of stairs when Sindi comes rushing out of her room. Toadie turns around to look at Sindi and with an angry look on her face, she pushes him.