- Andrew running from the blokes he owed money to.
- Paul bailing Andrew out.
- Andrew saving the video of him and Donna.
- Andrew inviting himself to lunch at Lyn's in Harry's place.
- Lucas choosing jail over a fine.
- Toadie telling Steph to keep her emotions in check.
- Libby asking Lucas if he wants Ben visiting him in jail.
Lucas and Ben are practising their footy skills watched by Libby. Toadie is glad to see that Libby talked some sense into Lucas. Libby thanks him for the legal advice. Steph joins them. Libby knows it's difficult for them having Lucas around, but it's good for Ben. Ben is glad that Lucas didn't go to jail.
Andrew and Harry talk about not finding people as annoying as they thought they would. Neither find Summer (who is drinking an alarmingly blue drink) annoying. Two boys are enjoying watching the Andrew and Donna video (seriously, it's practically porn, who would watch it in Harold's? His jowls would be jangling!) and praise Andrew for his conquest. Andrew leaps over to them and changes the site to one for kids to dress up a dog. Summer comes over to see what they're watching and is rather confused when she sees the doggy dress ups.
Leaving Harold's Andrew tells Harry they need to get onto WebMaster and take the video down. Harry tells him it'll be on more than just that one site. Andrew is still not pleased that anyone could see it, Harry knows that means that Summer could see it.
HARRY: You like her don't you?
ANDREW: Yeah, she's alright.
HARRY: No, I mean like like her.
ANDREW: She's too much of a big mouth.
HARRY: That's good, because there's no way she'd be into you.
ANDREW: You want to make a bet?
Unfortunately Paul overhears the word “bet” and wonders what with. He reminds Andrew that he already has debts. Andrew says it's nothing, and Paul thinks that for a Robinson he's a pretty bad liar. Andrew says that Paul can trust him and he'll prove it to him.
Andrew and Summer flirt over the idea of doggy dress ups which impresses one of the loser boys who was previously watching the video. He wants to know how Andrew does it. First Donna, now Summer, the chicks dig him. Harry tells the guy that Andrew doesn't want to talk about it (me thinks Harry doesn't want to talk about it) but the guy keeps badgering him for tips.
ANDREW: Mate, you're embarrassing yourself.
DUDE: I don't care. I'm desperate.
ANDREW: Let's go.
DESPERATE DUDE: I'll pay you.
Cha- ching! It's music to Andrew's ears. Next thing, Desperate Dude is satisfied with the tips he's been given, and Andrew has cash in hand. Harry thinks he's insane, but Andrew needs the money and knows there is a market out there just ready for him to tap into. He likes to think of it as turning a negative into a positive. The dude didn't have the confidence to talk to girls, now he does. Harry glances over at Summer and thinks that maybe sharing tips wouldn't hurt that much at all. Andrew gives him a cut of the cash as a finders fee.
Ben is having an awesome day with Uncle Lucas and is keen to kick the football about again. He dashes off and Libby tells Lucas how pleased Ben is to have him around. Lucas can't say the same for other people (Toadie and Steph) and he just doesn't get it. Libby thinks he doesn't have to get it, just live with it. He should focus on what he has, not what he's lost I.e her and Ben, his family!
Andrew now has a classroom of attentive listeners and explaining the importance of confidence. It's about liking yourself, then girls will be obsessed with you. Hmm. Summer wanders in and wonders what they're up to. Harry and Andrew explain that they're having a photosynthesis study group.
SUMMER: Ok, what's really going on.
ANDREW: You've got a suspicious mind Summer Hoyland. It's kinda hot.
SUMMER: Should I believe him?
SUMMER: Why? Because he's mysterious and complex.
HARRY: Who doesn't get into that whole cellular respiration thing?
Harry admits that he had his doubts in the beginning, but now doing so much for so many blows his mind. Andrew spies Paul and heads over to hand over the money. Paul wonders if he needs to get it dusted for finger prints. Andrew assures him he's trustworthy. Paul skidaddles before Rebecca finds out he's buying danishes from the enemy. Andrew sits back down with Harry and explains that he's been thinking that the boys vs girls thing could have some legs.
HARRY: Er, I dunno. I mean today was great and everything but maybe this should be a one off.
ANDREW: And ignore an untapped market of terrified guys? There must be hundreds out there. Thousands. We've got to get smart about this, think bigger.
HARRY: I hate it when you get a plan.
A group of desperados have gathered in the changing rooms for Andrew's confidence with girls pep talk now with a new manual complete with conversation starters and everything! All they have to do is just cough up the cash. Harry takes Andrew aside.
HARRY: You're not worried about this at all?
ANDREW: Morally or getting caught?
HARRY: Either. Both!
Andrew thinks that they'll make more money without having to cut classes or sneak around. Less fuss! What's not to love? The boys leave with their manuals (let's not go into the intricacies of how they were written and printed in such record time) and Summer, who is taking a stroll on the treadmill, is suspicious once more. There's one manual left, which Harry thinks he might as well take, just in case! Summer barges into the changing rooms wanting to know what they're up to. She saw their study buddies with the book things. Harry tells her they're study guide book things.
ANDREW: [getting up and unbuttoning his shirt] Oh I get it. This is just some lame excuse for you to see me getting changed...
SUMMER: Yeah, ‘cause I'm totally obsessed with you.
ANDREW: It's um, kinda obvious.
SUMMER: It's kinda delusional. I don't know what therapist could get me past seeing you naked.
ANDREW: Is it just me or is she protesting just a little too much? Tell you what, it's all you girls ever think about...
WOAH! Rocky is huge! When did that happen? Callum and Ben are training Rocky and discussing who kicks better, Toadie or Lucas. Ben thinks Lucas is better, but Callum says only at smashing cars and hitting people. Toadie tries to calm Cal by telling him that Lucas just has a few anger management issues. He admits that what Lucas did was stupid and reckless, however.
CALLUM: See, Lucas is a loser!
BEN: Is not!
Steph wades in to stop the boys fighting and suggests they apologise to one another.
CALLUM: Why? It's all true isn't it?
TOADIE: Well yeah.
TOADIE: What? It's not like he's a good role model.
Ben is visibly hurt and decides it is time for him to leave. Toadie realises he's put his foot in it, but it is too late.
Lucas is making a start on the model he bought for Ben to make while he and Libby chat. Ben comes in but doesn't want to talk or help make the model. Libby calls him back to see what's the matter. Ben asks if Uncle Lucas is a bad role model because Toadie said he was. Libby thinks he must have understood, but Ben repeats everything Toadie said. Lucas sees red and goes over to number 30.
Steph is still mad at Toadie for what he said and Toadie maintains that he just doesn't want to see Ben get hurt.
STEPH: You reckon I should keep my emotions in control. You should take some of your own advice.
Speaking of uncontrollable emotions, Lucas barges in wanting to know what sort of person upsets a child like that. He thinks that taking his girlfriend isn't enough, he wants Ben as well. Steph and Libby try to calm the situation, but Toadie says that he didn't say anything he didn't mean. He's known Ben since he was a baby, long before the Fitzgerald brothers rode in to save the day and he thinks he needs to be careful who he looks up to.
LUCAS: Because stealing your mate's girlfriend is such an excellent example!
LIBBY: It wasn't your place, Toadie.
TOADIE: Yeah, well someone's got to do it.
LIBBY: What does that mean?
LUCAS: At least we know what the rules are now.
He and Libby leave.
Lucas apologises for dragging Libby into the argument earlier, but Libby has no hard feelings. As they're getting ready to go Toadie, Steph and Callum come in and it's awkwardamundo. Toadie apologises to Libby for implying she's a bad mother and Libby accepts the apology, but thinks he needs to apologise to Lucas too. That's going a bit too far for the Toadfish though. Libby assures Steph that it'll all pass and everything will be fine and gives her a big hug.
Paul is sneaking more pastries and is interested to know what all the red booklets are about and asks Summer if she knows. He tells her to let him know when she finds out – he's always looking for a good story. Yes, I'm sure it'll be a sell out issue the day this makes the headlines!
Summer snatches a copy off one of the desperados and knows straight away that “Anonymous” is Andrew Robinson. The boys cave in an instant and tell her that he was selling them at the gym.
SUMMER: Urgh. Like he knows what women want.
DESPERADO: He seemed to know what Donna Freedman wanted, right!
SUMMER: What's Donna got to do with Andrew?
DESPERADO: You haven't seen it?
The boy opens up his laptop and shows her the Ramsay Street porno.
DESPERADO: She even had a boyfriend at the time. That's how good he is.
SUMMER: He is such a sleeze. And what he's proud of this?
DESPERADO: Yeah, who wouldn't be?
Summer leaves telling them not to breathe a word. She wasn't here.
Summer sneaks into the boys' changing room. Harry follows her in to check that she knows she's not in the girls' changing room. Summer thinks she'd know if she was in the wrong changing room and takes her top layer off. Harry goes all bashful and starts to leave, but comes back in to confirm that she is in the wrong room. Summer bats her eyelashes and says that she's feeling lazy so can he guard the door. Harry complies. Summer pulls her MP4 player out of her bag and places it on top of the lockers switched to record mode.
After the break Harry and Andrew are in the changing room and Harry is concerned about how much of a loser he is and how much of a stud Andrew is. Andrew tells him that he's the real deal and that he just needs to let girls see that and be himself.
ANDREW: You so wanted to ask me out.
HARRY: Please! You're way too high maintenance.
ANDREW: Look, the manual is a fraud. There's no secret to picking up girls. The guys that bought it are losers.
Oh dear, and Summer's iPod has picked all that up.
- Summer's got Andrew.
- Zeke starts his community service and a familiar face is also serving her time.
- Andrew is going to get even.
- Karl is far from happy to see Mia back in town.