Callum wants a normal dog, not a guide dog.
Callum brings home another dog, one he can play with.
Toadie finding Libby's shoe, which has been chewed by Cal's new dog.
Callum refusing to obey Toadie's rules.
Elle agrees to be best man.
Rebecca asks Susan to be her matron of honour.
Paul has presented Rebecca with her wedding ring, and she absolutely loves it. She wants to try it on, but he refuses to tempt fate! Rebecca wants to know if Paul has written an extra copy of his vows, yet, but he admits that he hasn't actually written anything at all.
Rebecca had hers written a week ago, and Paul tries to convince her that he has everything under control. She marches into the kitchen, whilst Paul makes a face; he has nothing under control at all.
Back at number 22, some time later, Paul is admiring the rings he selected. He tries writing out his vows on his mac, but it sounds rather like a greeting card. He is interrupted by Elle's return from Sydney, and she's feeling much better after a lovely spa holiday.
He hands the wedding rings to Elle to look after; she is best man, after all. Elle can't believe that her father hasn't yet written his vows, and wonders if perhaps he's trying too hard to think about them. He'd quite like Elle to write them...
ELLE: It's your wedding, they're your vows. Let's face it, you've had enough practice on it.
Paul tries again.
Callum is unsuccessfully trying to make his new dog, Bullwinkle, to sit. Toadie returns home with Rocky who obeys him immediately. Then Callum seems to start to make some progress with Bullwinkle, and Toadie's impressed.
Callum points out that dogs need you to be bossy with them. They won't hate you for it, and it's what they need. Toadie doesn't miss the point that Callum's trying to make, either.
Rebecca and Elle are setting up for Rebecca's hen night, when Paul comes in, and says his vows are written. He doesn't want to read them out, though but Rebecca insists. Paul opens the piece of paper and begins.
PAUL: I, Paul, take you, Rebecca, to be my friend and love. You've taught me how to love and laugh, you've taught me the value of honesty and truth. Because of you, I am a better man. I promise to love you and comfort you, and hold you near for the rest of my life.
Rebecca, crying, loves it. Elle is thrilled with her dad's words.
Back in the Robinson house, Paul and Elle return home, the mac still open and on the breakfast table. They are discussing her potential return to the paper, but Elle wants to find a new job, so leans over the mac to find a website she's interested in...and instead finds Paul's wedding vows for Lyn which are remarkably the same as the ones he just read to Rebecca.
Elle is horrified.
PAUL: I had a deadline and I panicked!
Paul couldn't write anything which wasn't stupid, and is adamant that the way he feels for Rebecca is like nothing he's felt before. Elle suggests he write that down instead.
Paul gives Susan money for the champagne for Rebecca's hen night. He also says that Elle has his PIN number if she needs any more. Elle makes a point about wedding jitters and walks off to buy some new balloons.
Susan takes this opportunity to make a speech to Paul. She tells him that actually, at heart, she thinks he's a decent man, and she's so pleased that he's truly changed, and that Bec's found a man who loves her like Paul.
Bec's in her hen night outfit, all burnt orange. It's her last night of freedom, and she wants to go out in style. Paul arrives for a chat, and admits to her that the first vows he wrote he copied. They were the vows he wrote for Lyn.
REBECCA: Why did you tell me that. Why couldn't you just let me be happy
PAUL: Cos I wanted to be honest with you.
Rebecca cold and angry wonders who else he used the vows on. Gail? Does one size fit all? Furious, she wonders if weddings are just a big party to him does he just want to do anything but think about her, or them?
REBECCA: Why do you want to marry me, Paul? You don't know, do you?
PAUL: Of course I do. I don't know how to express it, that's all.
REBECCA: Then sort it out. Or we won't be getting married.
Cut to later when Elle comes in with some more hen night stuff, and finds Becca crying. Elle guesses that her dad told Rebecca about the vows; they both agree that Paul loves her, and that he doesn't know how to express it. Elle wonders if Rebecca can forgive him she can, but she won't marry him without her own vows.
Callum has borrowed Toadie's laptop for homework, but is actually playing games on it since Toadie took his Wii. Bullwinkle is driving Callum nuts he's walking over the laptop and fighting with Rocky. Toadie takes the laptop away.
Callum realises that getting Bullwinkle was a mistake, and he's been dumb about it. Toadie suggests he's just been ambitious, and says he's called the previous owners who will take Bullwinkle back. Callum is annoyed: he got himself into this mess, so he'll get himself out.
Cal's on the phone to Sophie, trying to palm off the dog to her for $150. He spies Libby working at a table, asking where Ben is. He suggests that Ben must get lonely being at home...perhaps he'd like a puppy. Libby refuses.
Callum spies Paul next, approaching him because he might need a friend'. PMSL! Paul wonders what Callum is trying to sell, but he's not interested in a puppy.
Callum's trying to convince Karl that Audrey would like another animal around, so Karl reminds him that Auds has a sheep and a bird (he fails to mention the turtle and pig). Karl suggests that Callum looks in the paper to find a new owner, someone who actually wants a puppy.
Rebecca and Elle turn up for her hen night. Susan has set up a cultural' evening, something sophisticated, with drawing easels. Elle and Rebecca seem less than thrilled that they're going to be drawing fruit. Susan asks Libby for some help making sure everything's ready and Libby seems DELIGHTED to help. They leave Becca and Elle behind, who seem very disappointed, but pretend that they're going to have fun.
SUSAN: (off-screen) Are you ready out there?!
ELLE: Yes Mrs Kennedy!
Susan presents Bryce, the life model for their drawing class!! Rebecca is overcome with giggles and embarrassment whilst Elle is rather shocked!
REBECCA: Oh, aren't you lovely?!?!
Cut to later where Rebecca has finished her drawing, and Susan glances over and down. Susan suggest they take a break for some champagne. Bryce agrees and walks out from behind the fruit bowl, which shocks Elle again.
ELLE: I'll just go and get us some nuts. I mean, nibbles!
The naked Bryce casually leans against the bar, chatting to Lib, Suse and Becca. Susan keeps looking down, and Rebecca can't stop giggling. Rebecca is amazed at how relaxed Bryce is she could never go naked in public, she has nightmares about that sort of thing. Bryce assures she could.
She really could...
Karl waits with Callum who is meeting Bullwinkle's new owner. The new owner, Coby, arrives with a friend. Coby is deaf, and his friend translates for him. Coby promises to look after Bullwinkle, and the guys leave.
Toadie is pleased that Callum has found the perfect match, and Karl comments that Callum is just like Toadie when he was younger!
Karl leaves, and Toadie admits that Callum was right to find a new home for the dog and do it his way. Callum thanks his dad, and Toadie takes exception.
TOADIE: You can't call me dad just cos you're happy with me. I'm either dad or I'm not.
CALLUM: Okay, thats' fair. Dad.
Toadie then requests that Callum hand the $50 from the sale of Bullwinkle to him, to pay for Libby's shoes. Callum makes a counter offer of washing the dishes for a week.
Susan is examining Rebecca's life drawing, and Libby comments that she certainly has put a lot of detail in. Libby looks at Elle's, and thinks it looks like Lucas. (It really doesn't.)
Bryce appears and introduces the girls to a new model Rebecca! She comes out and takes off her dressing gown, to kiss her freedom goodbye! The girls all shriek with laughter at Rebecca wearing only a veil, and she tries different poses for them to draw her.
Libby suggests a pose with Bryce, so the two naked models hug each other just as Paul walks in...
He demands that Rebecca put on a gown, but she refuses. In fact, she refuses to marry anyone who speaks to her like that. Paul retorts that he won't marry anyone who makes a fool out of him. He walks out, leaving the women shocked.