Andrew asking Rebecca to marry him.
Elle telling Lucas she's seeing someone.
Elle chatting up delivery guy Mark.
Lucas going to Elle's, but deciding not to knock on the door.
Paul makes coffee in a mug, on which the logo "I Like Me" is printed. Mark comes down ready for breakfast, and thinks that Paul is Elle's housemate, which Elle quickly corrects when she appears in a hurry for work. Paul wants Mark to stay and share some breakfast.
Dan is marking papers, and Ben is asking lots of questions whilst Libby is in a hurry to get ready for work. She's not happy that Dan hasn't finished marking his essays. Ben rudely insists that Dan answer his question, then when Dan starts talking, demands that Libby put his scout badge on his uniform RIGHT NOW. Please, someone smack the kid.
He knocks over the juice, and Libby ignores the fact that her son was so rude, instead telling Dan that he has to take Ben with him as she has a meeting. Dan isn't happy - he was planning on going to the gym.
Declan is drinking straight from an OJ bottle in the fridge which freaks out Rebecca as it's Andrew's bottle of grapefruit juice. Rebecca asks her son if it's okay if she has the house to herself.
REBECCA: Andrew's been really sweet to me and I just want to give him a little bit of a surprise.
DECLAN: Oh mum, that is way too much inform...mum!
REBECCA: No! No! I wanna cook him dinner! Something French and complicated.
DECLAN: Oh, and I cramp your style?
Rebecca tries to find places for Declan to go, but his friends are all busy, so she bribes him with cash to go see a movie.
Mark, Paul and Elle are finishing off breakfast with Paul's "I Like Me" mug. I like that mug, too. Mark apologises about the housemate thing again, and as they are leaving, Cassandra walks in and immediately introduces her impressed self to Elle's new man.
Elle separates them and tells Cass to go be friendly with dad. Mark asks Elle out for dinner that evening, and she agrees before seeing him out the door.
CASS: Hey, let me know when you're finished with your delivery boy. Nice to see you harnessing the power of jealousy.
Elle shoots her a look that would wither an ivy plant.
Ben and Dan are packing up the car, only to see Lucas asleep in his car outside the front of the house. Ben gets in the car, and Dan wonders what his story is - until he sees Mark getting in the car, and Lucas gutted that Delivery Boy stayed the night. Dan wonders what his brother's going to do about Elle, and Lucas retorts that he'll just stay out of her way.
Dan is working out at the gym, and Ben is still asking lots of questions. Dan suggests that Benny-boy read a book, but he's more interested in doing everything he's not supposed to. Didge and Declan arrive at the gym and Dan sends them over to them, where Bridget gets Ben to fold some brochures.
Declan is sulking over being kicked out of his house by his school principal, although Didge points out that Rebecca's happy, and surely that's a good thing.
Elle has received flowers and Cass comes in, teasing her about them and Lucas being jealous. Disgusted, Elle walks off into the kitchen where Rebecca wants to know if Cass has left, yet. Elle tells Rebecca that the flowers are from Mark, but she doesn't seem too thrilled about receiving them.
Libby sees Declan and Didge by the lockers, and Bridget is surrounded by food, something which Lib sympathises with. Dan comes by and Libby checks that Ben got off to school okay before hassling him for the Year 10 marking which he's meant to have done.
She also tells Dan that he has to cover another teacher's Year 9s which Dan is not pleased about at all.
Elle and Paul are eating sandwiches on the bench by the lake. Paul thinks that Elle's cranky.
ELLE: I'm not cranky.
PAUL: Really. So it wasn't you who kicked the photocopier, then?
ELLE: Dad, have a look at my shoes. Would I kick anything in those?
PAUL: See, that's what made it all the more impressive.
Paul thinks that perhaps Elle shouldn't sleep with the delivery boy on a school night, but Elle admits that she didn't sleep with him - she stayed in the spare room.
At that moment, Lucas and Lisa walk through the park, hand in hand. Elle seethes.
PAUL: Where's that photocopier when you need it, hey?
Dan comes in to replace the absent teacher's class, and gives out the work they have to do. He tells the class to work in silence.
Outside, Libby demands the essays from Dan, but he reminds her he had to take the Year 9s so they're not done. She wants the ones he has done so she can at least get started - but he drops his papers all over the floor. Libby reminds him to pick up Ben from school.
She waltzes off, and Dan realises he has a flat tyre.
Rebecca is sniffing and hating a bunch of carnations she has received. Cass walks in and Rebecca says she loves the flowers - they smell great. Paul wanders in behind her and comments that he thought Rebecca didn't like carnations.
Cass and Paul flirt over smells of perfume and flowers, and Cass suggests dinner which Paul agrees to...but not tonight, as he has to interfere with Elle's love life by talking to Lucas.
Paul walks to Lucas' table and tells him to talk to Elle - he mustn't be defeated by some delivery boy. Lucas refuses - and says he won't take any more photographic work from the Erinsborough News. Paul smirkingly retorts that he can only take resignations in writing.
So Lucas pops it on a napkin for him.
Cut to later on at Charlie's where Paul is ushering his daughter in to chat with Lucas about his resignation. Lucas tells her that he's refocusing her priorities because the garage needs some effort right now. Elle's not buying it, and comments that she saw Lucas outside her house last night. Lucas says he knows that Mark stayed over, and says that he and her were only ever a bit of fun.
Elle and Lucas agree that she won't have a problem finding someone more suitable for her. Elle walks off and immediately calls Mark for a dinner date.
Rebecca is asking the sauce in the pan why it won't thicken, but it doesn't answer. Declan comes home and thinks that his mum's French cooking smells awesome. He also sees the carnations and comments that Rebecca hates them; she refutes that, as hate is a strong word. She also says she won't be telling Andrew that as she doesn't want to hurt him.
Declan wonders what things you should tell someone and what things you shouldn't - what are the things that really matter? Rebecca pulls him into a hug. She loves that he wants to give her relationship advice! Declan said he just popped in to see how she was getting on, and he leaves.
Ben is demanding to have the TV on, before playing loudly with Bob outside, and Dan is trying to concentrate. He complains that he had to walk home, and when Dan offers him food that Libby has cooked, Ben says he only wants popcorn. The little brat runs off.
Bridget and Declan are discussing what kind of movie they want to see, but he's very distracted. He thinks that his mum isn't really into Andrew, and he's worried for her - she's not even telling Andrew what she really likes or not.
Back in the kitchen Rebecca has created a candle-lit supper for two. Her phone rings and it's Andrew - the school's been broken into, and he can't make it. She tells him that she's been caught up at work and hasn't had time to cook anyway. She's gone to no trouble.
Disappointed, she stares at her engagement ring and blows the candles out.
Ben is ignoring Dan's instructions to get ready for bed and put things in the sink. He gets out his scout uniform and demands that his scout badge is sewn on tonight. Ben says he won't go to bed until Dan sews his badge on, and when Dan instructs him again, Ben retorts with 'make me'.
Dan suggests that he smack Ben if he won't do as he's told - just as Libby comes home. Ben runs to his room and Libby, cross with Dan, sympathetically goes after her son.