- Finn offering to help Elly clean out her room
- Amy avoiding intimacy with Kyle
- Kyle telling Toadie he wants him to lead a class action
- Ned joining an illegal fight club
- Prue begging to be allowed to stay in the Order
- Gary catching Prue stealing money from The 82 till
Prue apologises to Gary for attempting to steal the money and promises she was going to pay it back, she's just been under a lot of pressure. Confused, Gary asks if she's in trouble but Prue says it's the opposite: "I'm actually living my best life." Gary threatens to call the cops if Prue doesn't explain herself properly so she asks him if he's ever heard of the Restoration Order.
Terese asks Ned what he feels like for dinner but Ned says he's having drinks with some guys from work. Paul comments to Terese that Ned appears to be in a better frame of mind these days. Terese asks Harlow if Prue will be around for dinner.
HARLOW: She's going out with Gary.
PAUL: (scoffing) Honestly, for a bogan pigeon breeder he certainly has amazing luck with women doesn't he.
Harlow says that Gary's a nice man and an awesome cook, which Terese agrees with. Harlow also doesn't want her mother to go back to the UK so she's hoping this dalliance with Gary will keep her around. Terese and Paul feel slightly uncomfortable when Harlow asks if they'd sponsor Prue and give her a job if she decides to stay, but for the sake of his granddaughter Paul says he'll see what he can do.
Kyle's on the phone to Toadie thanking him for keeping the class action on the down low, at least until the ad in the paper comes out. Sheila complains about how quiet the bar is and rolls her eyes at Kyle when he suggests she enjoy the rest. The more Sheila goes on about people potentially losing their jobs, the guiltier Kyle feels, which doesn't go unnoticed by Sheila. Kyle admits a half- truth to his gran and says he has to tell Amy something she might not like and he's worried.
David asks Amy if things have settled down at all since "the camera stuff", which makes Amy uncomfortable. Kyle appears and tells Amy he's organised a dinner for two at the house tonight and Amy looks even more uncomfortable, culminating in her avoiding a kiss and giving Kyle an awkward hug instead as he leaves. Obviously David picks up on the vibe and asks his sister what's going on. Amy sighs and says ever since the tape went viral things haven't been the same between her and Kyle.
AMY: At first I was just self- conscious but now I keep thinking that the cameras are still watching us. I know that's irrational...
DAVID: It might be irrational but it's obviously affecting you. I'm sure Kyle would understand if you let him in.
Prue has filled Gary in on the Order but he thinks it definitely sounds like a cult. Prue says there's nothing sinister behind it at all; each member is just supposed to reach their full potential and find their best path in life. Gary doesn't understand how, so Prue says it's a tailored experience. A team supports you but it doesn't come for free.
GARY: So they slug you for a contribution do they?
PRUE: Well I pay a regular membership but I'm struggling to afford it at the moment.
GARY: And that would explain why you had your hand in the till.
PRUE: I'm so sorry; I was just beside myself at losing my place there. It's been my lifeline.
GARY: Are you sure they're not ripping you off?
PRUE: Oh absolutely not. Look, Harlow was sceptical too, that's what drove her away. I just want what's best for her and that means London and the Order.
This has struck a chord with Gary and his past with Xanthe, so he sits down and asks what Harlow thinks about going back to the Order. Prue says she hasn't talked about it with her yet - she needs more time and she needs Gary to keep her attempted theft quiet. Although unsure, Gary admits he doesn't want to interfere with Prue's relationship with her daughter as he remembers how long it took for he and Xanthe to get back on track. Prue smiles and says Gary's a good man, "The Order will be impressed with you."
Number 28 Backyard
Bea brings another box out to the table where Elly and Finn are going through Elly's belongings. Finn teases Elly about a Titanic poster he found but Elly smirks and says the poster stays. When she heads inside, Bea tells Finn it's really cool to see the two of them getting along so well. Bea never thought Elly would trust Finn again but she's really relaxed around him now. Finn's happy demeanour changes when he finds something that unnerves him in a box he's sorting out.
Gary's researching the Order online and promptly shuts his laptop when Sheila walks in. She gets the wrong end of the stick and assumes he's looking at "dirty pictures", but Gary says it's nothing like that. Sheila tries to snoop further but Gary won't let her.
Prue looks troubled when she walks in and wants to have a moment alone, but Paul, Terese and Harlow want to chat with her. They bring up Prue potentially staying in Australia, and because Paul and Terese want what's best for Harlow they suggest moving along the legalities quite quickly. Prue's overwhelmed and says she needs to give it more thought.
Sheila corners David as he's leaving the pub and harasses him about Amy - mainly about her spending a lot of time away from Kyle. David feels awkward and says he has to get to work, but Sheila's concerned about Amy and Kyle drifting apart. David stammers about the couple having a relationship issue or two because they're under stress, which Sheila immediately assumes is a bedroom problem. She enthusiastically suggests that her and David need to help Amy and Kyle have more fun but David grimaces, says he isn't having this conversation any longer, and leaves.
Amy's uncomfortable that Sheila knows about her love life problems. She reluctantly admits she feels self- conscious when she's with Kyle, but Sheila says it's completely understandable after what she's been through. Sheila says Amy needs to take control again to get her power back. She thinks Amy should put on her favourite outfit and just go for it with Kyle. Amy continues to look extremely uncomfortable with the conversation.
Prue apologises for running out but Harlow says she didn't mean to push things, "I just got really excited when you said you'd stay." Prue admits it's her fault for giving Harlow the wrong impression. She says when she pictures the two of them together it's in London, not Erinsborough. Harlow understands but says Paul and Terese have been really kind to her; she's enjoyed living in Australia and it would be hard to leave. Prue says she's not entirely saying no to staying, but in the meantime wants Harlow to keep an open mind about London. Harlow says she will.
PRUE: I know I haven't been the best mother in the world but it's going to change now. Whether we stay here or we go back, I promise we'll never be separated again.
Number 28 Backyard
While Bea's indoors, Finn tells Elly he found a photo album of them when they were together in Sydney. Elly flips through the photos of them as a happy looking couple, amazed she held onto it. Finn doesn't understand why she kept it, "Doesn't it remind you of all the bad things?" Elly says she must have just forgot about it. Finn's concerned about what Bea might think and wonders if they should turf it, but Elly says they'll ask her opinion. Bea appears and her smile falters a bit when Elly presents her with the album, but she soldiers on and the consensus among the girls is to bin it. But from the look on Finn's face he doesn't seem so keen to "turf it" as he previously stated.
Paul gets off the phone and tells Terese there's something called a temporary parent sponsor visa - if Prue is serious about staying they should start with that. Terese is concerned about Prue's lack of enthusiasm earlier, but Paul's more worried about keeping Harlow in their lives. Terese sees Ned about to head out the door and comments on the gym bag he's carrying, wondering why he needs it for drinks with friends. Ned lies and says he's going to the gym first. Terese is left alone with her thoughts - and Paul's abandoned glass of scotch. She's just about to reach over and take a swig when Paul walks in to reclaim his drink.
Kyle's gobsmacked when Amy drops by wearing a low- cut black sparkly dress. He has dinner all set up for them but Amy decides to start kissing him instead. Kyle feels guilty about the class action and says they need to talk first. Amy just wants to hurry up and keep the mood going while she's still feeling confident, but Kyle eventually stops proceedings.
KYLE: I've started a class action against Lassiters and Toadie's leading the case.
AMY: (shocked) You're suing Lassiters?
Finn has kept the photo album and is looking through it with a curious smile on his face. He quickly hides it down the side of the couch when Bea and Elly walk in. Elly thanks them for helping her out today and says she's ordered Vietnamese takeaway - Finn's favourite. Bea goes with Elly to pick it up and when they've gone, Finn plucks out the album for another look. He's taken aback by how happy he and Elly once looked.
Gary has invited Prue over. She apologises again for trying to steal the money but Gary surprises her by saying he's done some research on the Order and he understands it more now. Prue's even more astounded when Gary hands her an envelope of cash so she can pay her debts. She says she can't accept it but Gary says to consider it a loan.
GARY: Being a member is really important to you and this will square your debt with them so it should keep you going for a while.
PRUE: I am very grateful.
GARY: No worries, but there is something I'd like you to do for me.
GARY: Well, as I said, I've been reading up all about it.
PRUE: I didn't think you'd be interested.
GARY: Your passion must have rubbed off on me. I don't suppose that you could tell me more about it?
Prue looks thrilled at the prospect.