Charlene tells Scott that she'll tell him everything at lunchtime. They are happy to be back together.
Clive comes in and tells Eileen that there no need for her to help out at the Coffee Shop today. Eileen says she is good with the undesirable customers(!) much to Clive's horror. He says she can help out today, but that Daphne will be back soon.
The Coffee Shop
Louise comes in and says hello to Clive. She says she's been missing him - even though she's got a fiance, it doesn't mean that they can't be friends. Clive suggests that they go on their picnic today.
Madge is nursing Sam happily when Eileen comes in. She asks if Madge can give her a hand and says she has to look after a baby. She has to admit to Eileen that Sam is her grandson - Charlene's baby. Eileen sits down heavily saying that she can't believe it. Madge tells Eileen that she mustn't tell, but Madge doesn't look very hopeful at it being kept a secret(!)
The Coffee Shop
The kids are playing the jukebox loudly and Eileen turns it down. Eileen make some pointed comments at Charlene but Scott tells Charlene to ignore her.
Charlene is about to tell Scott the whole story, but Jane and Mrs Mangel come in. Jane sits down with Scott and Charlene. Charlene tells Jane off for dobbing her in. Jane says she'd love to make it up to her, and Charlene suggests babysitting. Jane says she'd love to and goes off to ask Mrs Mangel.
Mrs Mangel says that Jane may do babysitting but wants to know who for. Charlene tells her it's for her baby.
Clive and Louise are having a walk and enjoying themselves. Clive is still saying that his Tacky Tours could make him a fortune!
Madge is telling the baby that he looks like his grandfather (Fred). Mrs Mangel calls round and tells Madge that she's very sympathetic to her plight. She says it must be terrible for Madge and she doesn't deserve such a brazen little hussy for a daughter(!) Madge takes exception to this and tells Mrs Mangel that Charlene has simply made a mistake. She tells Mrs Mangel that it's a family matter and shows her out.
Shane is playing Barry at darts. Clive and Louise come in for a quiet drink.
Tom has popped home for dinner. He thinks Madge has fallen in love with little Sam (and he's right!) There's a letter on the table from Max. Tom reads it and says that there's nothing to report. Madge begs Tom not to tell Max about Sam.
Barry and Shane are still playing darts. Barry has won the game but doesn't want to leave it at that. He challenges Shane to a "real" game - for money this time. Shane reluctantly agrees. They set the stake at $100. Clive tells Shane that he can't afford it, but Shane has become determined. He picks up his darts.
Clive is making tea for Louise on an open fire. They are getting on very well. Louise tells Clive that she's got a confession to make - she lied about her fiance, he's really an ex-fiance. She says she lied because she's very attracted to Clive and things were going so fast. She tells him to stop asking questions and kiss her. Clive obliges.
Tension is mounting as the darts game continues. Shane wins the game and the money. Barry wants to have another game. He wants to bet his bike this time. Shane isn't keen, but Tom thinks it's a good idea. Barry goads Shane and he agrees to a game, but thinks that Barry needs his head read.
Louise and Clive arrive home and have a bit of a pash on the sofa. Clive admits that he's a bit nervous as he doesn't have the best track record in romance. He suggests that they take things one day at a time.
Barry hasn't been throwing very well. Shane picks up his darts. He misses the first one and needs a bullseye to win. He gets it with his next dart and wins the game. He tells Barry that he doesn't want his bike though and gives him the keys back. Barry says that he won it fair and square and wanders off.
Charlene is tending to Sam when the phone goes. It's Scott and she hangs up quickly saying that she'll talk to him later. Madge tells Charlene that she still has to pick Lucy and Vicky up from school. Madge says that she's fed up of what the neighbours are saying already. Charlene starts to cry and begs Madge to help her. Madge hugs her.