- Terry and Lyn spending time together
- Libby and Michael bickering at school
- Gemma being pinpointed as the cyber bully
- Susan fearing a MS relapse
- Zeke and Libby joining forces to help Susan
Zeke watches in amusement as Libby calls Michael and pretends to have a cold so she can pull a sickie from work. Susan wanders out from the bedroom in her PJs to get some water. She claims she's fine but she can't help glancing over at the door to make sure it's locked. Libby and Zeke assure her there's nothing to worry about.
Someone types out Susan's address on a label and prints it out.
Zeke asks if he can get Susan anything but she says she's not hungry and heads back to bed. Libby and Zeke answer a knock at the door and call out to Susan that it's just Toadie. He's there to keep an eye on Susan while Libby and Zeke head out to do some investigating.
The address label has been stuck on top of a red box.
Lyn wants to go and check on Susan, but Steph reassures her that Toadie's keeping her company all day. Lyn says she'll go and see her after her lunch date, which captures the interest of Steph, Summer, Lucas and Kate. They're all smirky because she used “the D word”, but Lyn tries to play it down and say that Terry is just fun to be around. “He's a friend and that's the way it's going to stay”.
Later, Terry finds Kate in the kitchen and asks after Lyn, but she's making a delivery to Charlie's. Terry confides in Kate that he's just received a job opportunity of a lifetime: resident choreographer on a cruise ship for six months. He starts rehearsals in Sydney tomorrow and doesn't know how to tell Lyn.
Libby and Zeke are looking up information about Susan's classmates when they see Michael walk in. Libby panics and quickly hides under the pool table. She's nearly caught when Michael stops to chat with Zeke, but he eventually leaves. Resuming their work, Zeke goes through Susan's phone inbox and realises that one of the text messages has a number attached to it - the rest were web generated. It was sent around the time Susan was in the uni bathroom.
Eden Hills University
Libby and Zeke loiter outside one of Susan's tutes until the lecturer wraps up the lesson. When they enter the classroom, Zeke calls the number that was attached to text message and they look around to see if they can hear ringing. Libby and Zeke feel vindicated when Gemma answers her phone and confront her about why she's harassing Susan.
Eden Hills University - Courtyard
Gemma insists that she's not Susan's stalker, but Libby and Zeke are dubious. She says that she sent Susan the text because she was concerned about her. Libby reminds her that one of the lectures Gemma logged was used against Susan, but Gemma says the security is so lax here that anyone could have got the tapes. Libby wants to talk more, but Gemma says the “interrogation” is over - she only sent Susan one text. End of story.
Zeke and Libby relay their findings to Toadie. Zeke doesn't think Gemma's the culprit, but Libby is still suss on her. Toadie says that Gemma doesn't have a police record, in fact everyone in Susan's class is pretty clean, but Libby still isn't sure. There's a knock at the door and the trio are surprised to see a delivery man with a red package addressed to Susan. Libby signs for it and Toadie and Zeke want to leave it for the police to handle, but Libby doesn't want to play into the bully's hand and stubbornly decides to open it. There's a chocolate cake inside with ‘Get Well Soon' written on it. Libby wants to get it out of the house before Susan sees it.
First Commercial Break
Lyn hangs up from Karl (after checking up on Susan) and is about to serve Michael when Terry bounces in with a bag of goodies. He gives Lyn an empty cocktail glass and puts a lei and novelty sunglasses on her before telling her about his cruise opportunity. Lyn actually looks quite disappointed that he'll be off gallivanting for six months, but Terry smiles and says he wants her to come with him.
Erinsborough Police Station
Libby and Zeke walk out of the station after showing the cake to Constable Page. Libby wants to call Susan's uni tutor next to see if they can get anymore info on Gemma, but quickly hides behind Zeke when she sees Michael walk by. Michael has seen her of course, but Libby snappily says she's in the middle of a family crisis and can't stay and listen to a lecture from him right now. She hurriedly drags Zeke away before Michael can say anything.
Toadie hangs up from Karl and tells Susan the neurologist can't make any house calls, but can see her at the hospital today. Susan isn't keen on the idea of leaving the house, but Toadie says he'll be with her every step of the way.
TOADIE: You know what my adoptive mum taught me? That I could do pretty much anything, even stuff that freaks me out, because she's always going to be there to back me up. And I'm here to back you up.
He takes her hands in his and asks if she can make the trip outside - for him. Susan smiles at him and Toadie says he'll take that as a yes.
Number 24/Harold's Store
Terry stops by to tell Kate he accepted the cruise ship job and asked Lyn to join him because he couldn't decide between the two. He says Lyn was over the moon.
Lyn tells Steph and Summer that she'll be back for when the baby's born, but she couldn't pass up the holiday opportunity of a lifetime. Lucas walks in and is surprised to hear the news; he thought Lyn and Terry were just friends. Lyn says that they are.
Guess Terry didn't get that memo as he's dreamily telling Kate that the cruise will be the perfect way to start their romantic lives together. Kate can't help asking just exactly what Lyn was over the moon about - being with Terry or being on the cruise.
Lucas says to Lyn that when a bloke asks you on a cruise, he's not just thinking you're a “travelling companion”. He cheekily asks if her and Terry are sharing a cabin. Lyn looks rattled.
Terry admits that he knows Lyn's excited about the cruise overall, but he's hoping that down the track, when they get to know one another more, that maybe she might fall in love with him. He looks hopefully at Kate: “Do you think?”
Lucas asks Lyn if Terry knows she thinks of him as just a friend. By the look on Lyn's face I'd say no.
Second Commercial Break
Lyn stops in to see Terry and Kate makes herself scarce in the laundry. Terry's excited about their trip but Lyn gently breaks the news that she's not coming with him anymore. Terry's gutted but Lyn says that she belongs in Erinsborough.
LYN: You are a very lovely man, and you've opened my eyes to all sorts of fun things. For that I am very grateful.
TERRY: It's me that should be grateful to you. You've helped me believe in myself again.
Lyn asks if they can still be friends. Terry takes her hand and kisses it: “Always”.
Kate tells Terry she's going to miss having him around. Steph, Charlie, Summer, Lucas and Lyn throw some streamers around as a mini send- off for him and wish him well. Terry thanks them all, especially Lyn.
TERRY: The minute you take up any white water rafting or mountain bike riding I want to hear about it, alright?
LYN: (laughing) I promise.
LUCAS: Mountain bike riding. You and me next week, Lynnie.
Terry takes Kate aside and tells her he wants her to take over the dance troupe for him. Kate's a little unsure, but winds up agreeing to it anyway. She hugs Terry goodbye before he leaves with Lyn. Kate tells Summer that she's the new dance troupe leader. Summer thinks it's exciting, but Kate doesn't look too enthusiastic.
Michael approaches Libby and Zeke and asks about the family. Libby apologises for snapping at him earlier, but she didn't have time to stop and explain. Michael says it's OK, family comes first, but she could've just told him the truth in the first place.
Susan's uni lecturer, John, joins Libby and Zeke at their table. They let him know the bullying situation has become quite serious and that they've contacted the police, but Susan was too shaken to give them any useful details. John says he was wondering why Susan had missed a few tutes. Libby wants to ask him about some of his students, Gemma Pickford in particular, but John can't divulge much because it would be an invasion of privacy. Zeke wonders if they could have an unofficial look around the media lab where Gemma usually hangs out. John says they're going into dangerous territory, but Libby retorts that her mum is on the verge of a nervous breakdown and they need information now.
Third Commercial Break
Toadie pulls up in the parking lot after taking Susan to the hospital. They're both relieved that the neurologist found no signs of Susan's MS relapsing. Toadie asks if Susan's up for a trip to the shops, but when Susan says no, Toadie asks if she'll be OK if he ducked into the store for five minutes. He assures her she can lock all the doors and have some music on to make her feel better. Susan agrees, but can't help feeling agitated when Toadie walks off. She locks the doors and pumps up the radio before seeing Libby and Zeke up ahead with John.
John looks apprehensive when Zeke and Libby ask him for a lift to uni - and there's no surprise why when it turns out he‘s driving the Stalkermobile. He takes the P- plates off, claiming that his niece borrows the car sometimes. But when Susan watches them get into the car she flashes back to when the car was stalking her and puts two and two together. John drives off and Susan makes the snap decision to climb into the driver's seat of Toadie's car and follow them.
(Tomorrow on Neighbours)
(Susan confronts John while Libby and Zeke are there)
SUSAN: Your car is the same one that followed me.
JOHN: I'm sorry, Susan, you're clearly confused.
SUSAN: Why would you do something like this?
JOHN: I think you've said enough.
(Susan is back at home with her family)
SUSAN: I'm not going to go back.
LIBBY: Mum you can't just quit.
(Paul introduces Diana to the Lassiter's family)
PAUL: This is Diana Marshall.
DIANA: I'm hoping that I can learn a thing or two to take back to head office.
(Paul has a chat with Declan)
PAUL: It is crucial that you stay right out of her path.
(Rebecca speaks with Paul at home)
REBECCA: She's been trying to catch up with you so I thought we'd have dinner.
DIANA: I can get better acquainted with your step- son.
(Diana seeks out Declan)
DIANA: You've got a very bright future ahead of you. If you want it.