- Julie slaps Anna, telling her that she's taking everything away from her family.
- Jim is seething with rage at Julie. He says either she apologises and stops behaving like a child or she moves out of the Robinson house.
Robinsons, the following morning
Helen tells Julie that what she did was appalling and she doesn't blame Jim for giving Julie an ultimatum. Julie says that she just doesn't want things to change. Helen says Julie doesn't love, she clings. And if she's not careful she'll lose her own chance of happiness.
JULIE: Why did she have to come here.
Helen says that she for one is glad that Anna did. She sends Julie off to wash her face.
Scott comes in and tells Helen that he thinks Anna is great. He tells Helen about the letter from Kim.
Max tells Danny and Shane that he'll meet them at the pool at 5pm. Danny wants to enter the competition. Max tells him not to run before he can walk.
Maria asks Max to fix Des's leaking tap before he goes to work. Max says he'd rather not go near the stripper's house(!)
Maria asks Shane to try to fix the tap instead. He agrees to go round after breakfast.
Scott comes to call for Danny to go to school. He tells Anna that Jim is sorting Julie out. Anna looks upset.
Max starts going on about the rift between Julie and Jim.
MARIA: She's a bossy, interfering girl. And you know it.
Maria says that it's nine years since Anne died and he has the right to a life of her own. Anna runs off in tears.
Anna comes round looking for Jim. She's very agitated but Helen tells her to calm down - it's about time Julie grows up and thinks about her father for a change.
Shane has fixed the tap. Shane tells Daphne that things are very mixed up for him just now. He doesn't know what his future holds and he doesn't think it'd be fair to get involved right now. He still wants to be friends though. Daphne is obviously upset but covers it up. He invites Daphne out tonight, but she refuses. She tells him to ask again once he's sorted himself out.
Jim and Anna meet. Anna saya that it's not just Julie, it's Max as well - any happiness between them is doomed. Jim says that they should spend more time alone together - they should go out for dinner tonight, and not talk about the family. Anna says that if she causes any more problems between him and Julie she won't be able to cope. She just can't destroy a family.
Jim tells Anna he loves her and kisses her.
Des wants to hear about the party, but Julie snaps at him.
Peter Kirk comes in to cash a cheque. He's very frosty with Julie. He doesn't really want to meet her tonight.
Maria gives Anna her wedding veil as "something borrowed". They reminisce about Max and Maria's wedding. Maria says Anna will enjoy having her own home, but Anna wonders if it'll ever feel like hers. Maria tells her not to worry - Julie will move out soon enough.
Daphne is sitting dejectedly in a car.
DES: Got another night off, Daph?
DAPHNE: Yes. Don't spread it around.
DES: Why not? Frightened that people will start thinking you're respectable?!
Daphne tells Des what happened with Shane. Des suggests getting a takeaway and a nice bottle of wine to cheer Daphne up.
DES: Dress up, Daph! It's definitely going to be a formal do.
Maria and Shane are preparing dinner. Max and Danny are still at the pool. Apparently Danny is still banging on about the diving competition.
Maria and Shane chat about Anna, Jim and Gino.
Maria answers the door to Carol - she's come to pick up her salad bowl. She tells Maria it was such a shame about last night. Then Carol tells Shane that she saw him going into Des's house earlier.
SHANE: Yes. Miss Lawrence was having trouble with her plumbing.
Maria gives Carol her bowl and shows her out. She tells Shane to be patient with Carol - she's a very unhappy woman. They laugh at what Shane said to her.
Helen and Jim are laying the table. They chat about Helen's future and she says she'll move into a unit - it's what she wants. Anyway, Jim won't need an old chook fussing around when he and Anna are starting his married life.
JIM: We owe you such a lot Helen. When Anne died it seemed othe most natural thing in the world for you to move in and help me bring up the kids. It was only later that I realised what a bit sacrifice you'd made for us.
HELEN: Oh, sacrifice nothing - it gave me a new lease of life.
Helen says that Anna will give Jim a new lease of life too.
Jim is telling Anna that Helen is very wise. He wants them to get married as soon as possible. Anna shows Jim her photos. She admits that she still hasn't told Gino, but she will.
Daphne answers the door wrapped in a towel. It's Carol - she's come to see Des. Daphne mischievously tells her that she's working at home tonight(!) Carol tells her that the neighbours are fed up of taxis roaring through the neighbourhood at 3am.
DAPHNE: Is that what you and your husband do when you go to bed? Watch the clock?
Des comes back at that moment. Carol tells Des that people think Des should look for a more suitable tenant than Daphne.
DES: Do they. Perhaps you'd care to step in and tell me just who's saying that.
Carol will not be drawn on that point, however. Des tells her if she has any complaints, to put them in writing, then slams the door in her face.
DAPHNE: Good for you, Des!
DES: What a nerve.
Then he starts laughing - he says that Carol is just jealous because she doesn't look as good as Daphne in a bath towel(!)
Maria, Anna and Jim are looking at the pictures they took at the market. Max asks Maria if she's talked to Gino yet. Anna says she's written him a letter, but that she's decided not to post it - she wants to tell Gino to his face.
Peter has come round to see Julie. Helen invites him to stay for dinner but he declines.
Julie tells Peter that she's moving out on the weekend - she's going to stay with Marilyn for a bit. Peter wants to know if Julie has apologised to Anna, but Julie hasn't. Peter says it's a pity Julie can't see what a wonderful lady Anna is. Julie is unrepentant though - she says Anna is ruining the family.
JULIE: It'll never ever be the same again.
PETER: No. I guess it won't.
Peter tells Julie that he hopes things work out for her. He doesn't want to see her again. He says that he's seen Julie's true colours now and he doesn't like what he sees. He says Julie shouldn't expect Jim to give Anna up.
Des and Daphne are having a nice takeaway meal and a glass of wine and talking in posh voices.
DES: I'd be devastated if you left, Miss Lawrence.
DAPHNE: You would?
DES: Yes. You own the furniture, remember?
Jim and Anna are having a meal. They are getting on really well. Jim is a bit melancholy though. He tells Anna they have a few problems, but it won't be for much longer.
Anna says that Julie is a big problem - she doesn't want Julie to move out. Jim says that she slapped Anna and he can't forgive her for that. Anna says she and Jim have been living in a fool's paradise.
ANNA: I love you, Jim, but I'm saying goodbye. I'm going home and I'm not coming back. I just wish I could avoid hurting you like this, but we both know that this is the way it's going to be. I'll never be sorry we met.
ANNA: Goodbye, Jim.