- The blokes of the street deciding to set up a club
- Steph's ultrasound and Toadie hiding the DVD of it in his little- read book of high school poetry
- Karl catching Libby and Dr Doug kissing at the hospital and having a go at her for it
- Doug walking into Charlie's and Steph and Toadie's shock that Libby's new boyfriend is Steph's obstetrician
Libby goes to get a table and Steph tells Toadie through gritted teeth that they have to get out of there. Toad says he'll get Libby and Doug another round and then make up an excuse so they can leave. Steph is afraid Doug will spill about the dates but Toad is confident he won't, being a professional and all. Steph continues to freak out until Toad reminds her he's in as deep as she is and she apologises and hugs him.
They're just about to make their exit when Lyn arrives, sees Doug with Libby and asks whether they've ‘hooked up'. Lyn muses that it's a small world and insists they all have a drink together, rendering Steph and Toadie's escape plan redundant.
Libby wants Steph's opinion of Doug (they didn't get a chance to debrief the night before) and Steph agrees without much enthusiasm about Doug's handsomeness. Libby asks how long he's been her doctor and whether he has a good beside manner.
STEPH: It's fine.
LIBBY: Can't wait to find out for myself.
They laugh and Libby leaves Steph looking worried.
Lyn is embarrassed when Summer appears with an print- off of an email Lyn received from her admirer. Summer thinks the fact he sent her poetry is romantic and Lyn should answer in rhyme. Harry appears and Lyn snatches the email from him before he can read it properly.
Lyn goes to Steph and Toadie's table and remarks that Doug seemed quite taken with Libby. When she's gone Steph and Toadie agree they have to sort the situation out before Doug slips up. They contemplate changing to a city hospital but Erinsborough is better since it's close by, so there's only one course of action: change doctor.
Ringo and Declan have just been for a run. They pass by Karl, who's a bit grumpy, and Ringo tells Dec that he's unhappy Libby's dating his boss. That's the kind of gossip Dec would normally get from Donna but she stayed at her dad's last night. Ringo's glad it's working out for her.
Lou appears, having heard about the club and wants to be included. The boys aren't too chuffed to hear that Lou expects to be sitting about in his undies. Naomi spots them and walks over once Lou's gone. Ringo is surprised when she tells him she was just thinking about him. She asks him to a movie but Ringo mentions the blokes' club and says he can skip it but she tells him not to – they can meet up anytime as she's not going anywhere. Naomi leaves. Declan thinks she's a great girl for being so chilled out.
Karl is moaning about Doug but the other guys are sick of it and Lucas goes as far as to give him a warning as he's broken rule number one: no talking about feelings. Karl asks who put Lucas in charge; he points out he's the one who found the shed. Declan and Ringo don't think anyone should be in charge but Karl reminds them they'll descend into chaos without rules. And they need a name. Karl suggests ‘The Men's Group' which is laughed at. Lucas thinks they should simply be called ‘The Club'. Karl thinks the choice of president is an obvious one. Lucas agrees with him.
And so to the gym were the blokes are doing weights to determine who wins; Lucas is still in the lead but Lou says it's unfair as they're not taking age into account. Karl thinks brains are important too in selection of club president.
Karl thinks leadership is about brains and not brawn so they're playing Trivial Pursuit. He allows a grumbling Lucas to go first.
Meanwhile Summer and Harry discuss Lyn's love poems, which Harry thinks is creepy (particularly as Summer wants to help compose a reply). Summer just wants to see her nan happy. Harry decides to help when she mentions she requires an assistant.
As Summer repeats the poem Karl overhears and finishes it off for her; it's by Susan's favourite, Balthazar Hendrix. Steph appears, needing to talk to Karl, in private.
Steph tells Karl she wants to change doctors and Karl's worried that there's a problem with Dr Harris' conduct. Steph says there isn't; it's more the fact he's in her social circle now. Karl discounts Dr Olenski so that leaves only him, which he understands isn't an option either. The hospital is very short- staffed.
KARL: So, I'm afraid we're both stuck with Dr Harris.
Steph catches up with Doug and broaches the issue of her dates being different to what everyone else thinks. He deduces that she's worried he'll blab about it and reassures her that if he was to do so, it would be a gross breach of medical ethics (never stopped Karl though, did it?) Besides he and Libby have better things to talk about. He reminds her that all the stress and anxiety isn't good for the baby. She tells him she's a lot less anxious now.
Steph tells a waiting Toadie that Doug won't say anything. She feels like she just keeps putting out fires. Toad says that from now on there will be no more fires.
Summer asks Libby if she has any Balthazar Hendrix – she needs it for a school project. Libby says she had a good anthology in high school but unfortunately didn't keep it. Toadie will likely have a copy though, being such a hoarder.
Karl is outraged when Lucas wins Trivial Pursuit, believing it to be a fix, but nobody takes notice of his protests.
Ringo and his too large Wham- era salmon pink singlet walk into the bar, followed closely by Naomi, who says she's meeting friends and asks him to join her. He can't as he's picking up takeaway for the club, admitting he was sent because he came last in the game of Trivial Pursuit. Naomi thinks they must have cheated. He wishes he could stay and they agree to meet up some other time. Naomi smiles as she watches him leave, then follows him out the door.
The guys are playing Guitar Hero when Ringo returns. Karl thinks they should have some real guitars and Lucas makes a note of rule #16: no music by Karl Kennedy. Karl thinks it's unfair as he hasn't consulted the membership so Lucas does and the rule stands. The power suddenly goes off and Lucas goes to investigate the fuse box.
Checking no one is watching, Naomi throws something into the lake, then looks all pleased with herself.
Lucas announces that someone's actually taken a fuse. The blokes look baffled as he says someone's done this deliberately.
Naomi is sitting as the blokes come in, talking about the fuse and thinking some kids did it. Naomi wanders over, saying her friends cancelled on her, and Lucas introduces himself as president of the bloke's club. Ringo invites her to stay and she doesn't need much persuading. The others disperse as Declan takes Ringo aside and tells him that he just might have found the perfect girl in Naomi. Ringo has a big smile on his face.
Libby thanks Steph and Toadie for being so good about her seeing Doug and proposes the idea of a double date. Charlie asks what a double date is.
TOADIE: It's when two boys and two girls go out and share a thick shake.
Libby gets a text and Lyn thinks it's from the handsome doctor. Lib thinks he's turned her into such a teenager. Lyn doesn't blame her; she wouldn't be standing here right now if she had a Dr Doug on her arm!! Lyn likes all this romance and Libby says there will be someone else out there for her too. Lyn isn't so sure at her age.
Once Lyn's gone Steph hopes her mum finds someone. Then Libby proposes a toast to romance.
Summer and Harry are tweaking Lyn's profile when the woman herself arrives back and immediately gets suspicious so has a look at what Summer's trying to hide on her laptop. An embarrassed Lyn thought it was between her and Summer. Harry says he was just helping out and won't tell anyone; he thinks it's pretty nice. Lyn wonders what'll happen when her admirer finds out who she really is – she doesn't know anything about poetry. Summer presents her with a book Toadie lent to her (well, Callum said they could take it). But Lyn wants her to return them first thing in the morning as she can't be someone she's not. Harry decides to leave and Summer goes with him.
Lyn picks up Toadie's book and out falls the DVD.
A bit later on, Lyn is watching the DVD of Steph's ultrasound. The screen shows it's Stephanie Scully's 12 week ultrasound; the date is 30/03/2010.
Lyn rewinds to the title screen and pauses as she recalls Steph nearly fainting at the hospital and passing it off as just dizziness; Toadie and Steph announcing their love; Libby asking Steph when she fell pregnant and Steph saying they've just found out. Back in the lounge room Lyn again looks at the date on the ultrasound.
Steph comes in and sees what her mum is watching.
LYN: You lied to me.
Steph looks from her mother to the television screen, saying nothing.
(Tomorrow on Neighbours)
(Rebecca talking to Andrew in Harold's Store)
REBECCA: Keep your nose out of my business, you understand?
(Paul is eating dinner with Rebecca and Andrew)
PAUL: Rebecca told me all about your antics when I was away
REBECCA: Have you thought about boarding school?
(Andrew makes a face)
ANDREW: Boarding school?!
(Lyn has her head in her hands as Steph talks to her)
STEPH: So now you know the truth.
(Toadie and Steph talk later at number 30)
TOADIE: We need to make sure your mum doesn't say anything.
STEPH: Yeah, ‘cause she's so good at keeping secrets.
(Lyn and Steph talk)
LYN: You're together because of the baby. Otherwise you'd be with Lucas, wouldn't you?
(Lucas walks up to Lyn in Harold's Store as Steph and Toadie watch on)
LUCAS: Got your message, sounded urgent.
LYN: Yeah, well, it is
(Steph hurries into the kitchen where Lyn and Lucas are talking)
(Lucas stands, arms folded, looking a bit annoyed)