- Everyone chipping in to buy Roxy and Kyle their honeymoon back
- Kyle worrying the hormone patches won't be enough for him
- Zara telling Amy she should get a regular 9- 5 job
- Amy wanting to be her own boss and buying a food truck
- Hendrix telling Zara not to do anything stupid at school
- Zara deliberately setting off the fire alarm in front of Jane
Jane directs students to the evacuation point while the fire alarm blares. She speaks on the phone with Susan to let her know there isn't actually a fire - someone set off the alarm on purpose. Jane then asks a smug- looking Zara why she'd do such an unacceptable thing, but Zara just shrugs and says "why not".
The Waterhole/Number 22
Kyle catches up with Toadie and confesses to him that he's worried about having performance issues on his honeymoon.
Roxy is having a similar chat with Mackenzie while she packs up the rest of her belongings, but Roxy is totally understanding of what Kyle's going through. Mackenzie asks if Roxy and Kyle have slept together since the wedding, but Roxy says they haven't been intimate since Kyle's surgery. Mackenzie's astonished to hear that Roxy and Kyle gave it a red hot go, though, at the vineyard cleanup. "It doesn't matter to me," Roxy says. "But he feels terrible."
Kyle tells Toadie he doesn't want his pity, but Toad says he gets it, and that there's always a solution. Kyle then admits he's done some research and found a solution.
Roxy informs Mackenzie that she's come up with her own solution - she'll just pack the honeymoon with so many outdoor activities that they'll be too tired to do anything of a nighttime but sleep. "And you think that's going to work?" asks Mackenzie.
"It can't fail!" Kyle says, after telling Toadie he's going to up his testosterone levels. But Kyle figures he's only going to put on one extra patch - maybe two. Toadie has concerns, but Kyle wants the honeymoon to be amazing since the wedding didn't get off to the best start.
Mackenzie reminds Roxy that her honeymoon is meant to be romantic, not jam- packed with outdoor sports sessions, but Roxy says it'll just be a different type of romantic. "This is a big deal for Kyle," Roxy adds. "I want to keep his mind off it, and this is how I'm going to do it."
Erinsborough High - Susan's Office
Amy meets with Susan, Jane and Zara in the principal's office and apologises for Zara's behaviour. Susan says they've been waiting on an explanation from Zara as to why she deliberately set off the fire alarm, but she's given them nothing. Getting annoyed with her daughter, Amy instructs Zara to sit up straight in her chair and start talking.
ZARA: I had maths this afternoon and I hate maths.
JANE: (sharing an incredulous look with Susan, then eyeing Zara) Can you comprehend how serious this is? You had the entire school evacuated. You've wasted the resources of the fire department, and you're just treating it like it's a joke.
SUSAN: The school gets charged for false alarm call outs, I hope you realise that.
AMY: Susan, I will cover that, I'm sorry.
SUSAN: It's two and a half thousand dollars.
AMY: (eyes bugging) It's - what?
Jane says they'll worry about that later; right now Zara needs to tell them why she shouldn't be facing serious consequences. Zara just shrugs and says maybe she should, which alarms Amy. "She doesn't mean that," Amy promises Susan. She also says it was a one- off and it will never happen again. Given it's Zara's first day at school, and Amy's under pressure after losing her job, Susan is prepared to give Zara a three day in- school suspension. Zara nonchalantly retorts that the punishment would've been worse at her old school. Frustrated, Amy tells Zara they're leaving. Jane reminds Amy that Zara's uniform needs to be fixed as well, then swaps an incredulous look with Susan after they go.
Chloe thanks Hendrix and Mackenzie for letting her hang out with them. She's been getting a bit lonely by herself at home, and has actually been putting the feelers out for a new housemate. Hendrix thinks it's a great idea and Mac jokes that Chloe should say no to anyone who wants to put a padlock on their door. Karl joins them after getting off the phone with Susan and informs them about the fire alarm prank at the school. Hendrix and Mackenzie exchange worried glances - they know exactly who the culprit is.
Amy tells Zara that she's not setting foot outside the house until she explains herself about the school incident. "You realise the last time I heard a fire alarm was in Cairns, right?" Amy reminds her. "You had your grubby, little fingerprints all over that as well." Sighing, Zara says there was no real fire this time, but Amy says that's not the point! Zara then asks if she's allowed out to go to work, seeing as one of them should be earning money. Amy says she can, but she'll be escorting her to and from her shifts. They get a visit from Toadie, which sends Zara off to her room in a strop.
TOADIE: Things haven't got any better there have they.
AMY: (over it) If you have come to hit me with another lecture on parenting, you have picked the wrong time.
TOADIE: No, that's not why-
AMY: No I mean it, Toadie. You can't come in here, into my apartment, with your smug parental judgement, okay? Not today.
TOADIE: (contrite) I just heard that you lost your job, so I was coming to see if you were okay. But we can catch up another time. I'm sorry.
Roxy and Kyle arrive in the room and check out the beach view from the balcony. Roxy says she's going to change into something more "honeymoon appropriate", so Kyle tells her he's going to nick to the bathroom. While he's in there, he puts on one extra testosterone patch. Then he decides one extra isn't enough and adds another. Kyle races back out, a little surprised to see Roxy wearing active wear and not the lingerie he presumed. "Our first activity of the day is tree jumping!" Roxy happily informs him.
Harold's Cafe Exterior
Hendrix tells Zara he heard about the fire alarm episode, but Zara says it was either that or let down all the tyres in the teachers' car park. Hendrix doesn't get why Zara would do something like that, but Zara is distracted when she gets an alert on her phone. She's happy to see Sadie and Aubrey added her on social media. Ned notices Zara on her phone and tells her to put it away while she's working.
HENDRIX: So you had the school evacuated just for some likes?
ZARA: No, I don't care about that. I mean, I do, but that's not why I did it. Why are you so cut up about it?
HENDRIX: What did it get you?
ZARA: (smirking) In- school suspension.
HENDRIX: Seriously, that's it?
ZARA: Yeah. I'll have to up my game.
HENDRIX: No, you have to pull your head in.
He walks off, so Zara decides to yell out to Ned that she's taking her break, even though her shift has barely started.
Tree Jumping Site
Roxy's having a fabulous time, but Kyle is not thanks to the patches taking quick effect. The guide offers to help Kyle out, thinking he's scared of heights, but Kyle says he just needs a moment alone with Roxy. In a painstaking manner, Kyle tries to explain to Roxy what's happening to his body ("I've gone from six to midnight"), until she finally gets it. They decide that they should probably head back to the apartment.
Harold's Cafe Exterior
Hendrix brings Mackenzie out a cup of tea and she notices that he's in a solemn mood. Hendrix tells her that Zara fessed up to setting off the fire alarm. He's annoyed because he warned her, yet she still went through with it. Mackenzie doesn't understand why he's so mad, he was just as bad as Zara when he was at school. "Exactly, I'm trying to stop her from making the same mistakes I did," Hendrix replies. Mackenzie thinks that's incredibly sweet of him. Zara watches them from around the corner and looks a little disheartened by them smiling and joking with each other.
Ned chats with Amy about her food truck and says it could be the smartest move she's ever made. "Or the dumbest," Amy admits. "Jury's still out on that one." Ned offers his assistance if she needs it, which Amy appreciates, but she didn't want him feeling obliged to help. But Ned says that just because they're on a break doesn't mean he's not going to help. So Amy says she does need help with one thing - keeping an eye on Zara while she's at work.
NED: Sure. Why?
AMY: She got suspended from school on her first day.
NED: That has to be some sort of record.
AMY: Yeah, well she's grounded and I'm watching her like a hawk.
NED: Actually just so you know she nicked off for a while on her break.
AMY: Are you kidding me? Where did she go?
NED: No idea, sorry.
Kyle is worried that Roxy's mad at him, but Roxy's more worried about him OD'ing on testosterone more than anything. Kyle says that even though he did his research online, and didn't consult a specialist, he feels amazing for the first time in ages. And he knows that Roxy had a whole bunch of activities planned, but he's got other activities in mind right now. Smirking, Roxy instructs him to whip his shirt off before she jumps onto his lap. "This does not mean I'm happy with what you did," she warns him. "I reckon you will be," Kyle grins, before kissing her.
Jane's walking the downstairs corridors when she hears water running. She goes into one of the bathrooms and finds a toilet overflowing after being stuffed with paper.
Zara complains to Amy that she doesn't get paid when her mum drags her off mid- way through her shift. But Amy replies that the only way she can trust Zara is if she's watching her 24/7. Amy knows about the extra long break she took before, and now she's got Ned keeping an eye on Zara too. This makes Zara more annoyed and she states that there's always time for Ned but never her. Amy says her and Ned are on a break, as per Zara's request, but Zara says there's no point when she just swapped Ned out for a food truck. They reach where the truck is parked and Amy asks Zara to explain.
ZARA: If it's not a guy it's something else, never me. Why am I never on your list of priorities?
AMY: Baby girl, you are at the top of my list. Why do you think I bought this thing? So we can have an income without relying on anyone.
ZARA: When are we going to see each other? You won't have any staff will you? So you'll be working all the shifts - nights and weekends. It'll be worse than when you were at the bar.
AMY: Is this why you've been acting up? Because you want my attention?
ZARA: I thought if I got kicked out we could spend more time together.
AMY: I promise we're going to spend time together. In fact, why don't you come and help me run the truck?
ZARA: Instead of Harold's?
AMY: Yeah! It'll be okay, you can come after school, weekends. We could make it a real family business.
ZARA: That'd make you the boss of me as well as you.
AMY: I hate to break it to you, darling, but I've always been the boss of you. And now me. You could design the logo, the uniforms.
ZARA: (smiling) Or we could do it together?
AMY: Even better. What do you think?
Zara leaps on Amy for a hug, momentarily forgetting her sore rib situation.
Even after a few rounds, Kyle is still standing to attention. Roxy is worried and thinks Kyle should see a doctor, but they decide to give David a ring instead. Once they explain the situation to David on the phone, David says he'll eventually be fine, it'll just take a while for the hormone to go through his system.
Erinsborough High - Susan's Office
Susan and Jane are going through security footage to find the culprit for the toilet prank. Jane and Susan both have their suspicions, but know they need confirmation. It doesn't take long for them to find footage of Zara walking down the school hallway to the bathroom with rolls of toilet paper in her arms.
Kyle feels terrible that Roxy had all this cool stuff planned and now they can't do any of it. But Roxy doesn't care and confesses that she only planned all of that so Kyle didn't have to stress out about "being on duty". Roxy then smiles and says since they don't know how long he'll be up and about for, it'd be a shame to waste the opportunity. Kyle agrees and kisses her.
Amy and Zara are having a nice time for once chatting about plans for the food truck. It's spoiled when Amy gets a phone call from Susan and hears about the overflowing toilet. Amy can't believe Zara pulled yet another stunt, but Zara looks somewhat sheepish and says she was trying to get expelled so they could spend more time together. But Amy points out that Zara's too young to leave school and she would have just been enrolled at West Waratah instead!
ZARA: I made a mistake.
AMY: Yeah, but see, you don't learn from your mistakes. I can't trust you at home, I can't trust you at school. What if you don't like something with the truck, are you going to blow it up?
ZARA: Wow that is so typical. It's almost like you are looking for an excuse not to hire me.
AMY: Oh no, you're giving me a pretty good excuse.
Getting annoyed, Zara shoves her mum into the side of the food truck and storms off. Amy cries out in pain from her rib injury, but Zara just thinks she's putting on a show and ignores her. While Zara walks away, Amy slides to the ground in agony.