Clive tells Mrs Mangel that Jane stuck a blow for truth.
Peter Smith tells Paul that Ramsay Street is the site for their new supermarket.
Paul protests that he grew up in Ramsay Street and all his friends live there, but Peter Smith says he shouldn't get sentimental! He says noone will be ripped off - everyone will get top prices for their houses. Paul says that it will be difficult to get people to sell, but Peter says that money talks. He says that the project will go ahead with or without Paul anyway. Peter gives Paul until Monday to think about the proposition.
Charlene and Scott bring in a large box containing Edna's old clothes - apparently Madge had them in the garage for dressing up clothes for the kids. Charlene decides to wear one of the dresses for Dan and Edna's wedding.
Edna is sad about Henry, but Dan cheers her up by saying they could have a proper 1930s wedding. Charlene suggests that everyone dresses up in 1930s gear for the wedding.
Jim answers the door expecting it to be Bill Parker, but it's Mrs Mangel. She tells Jim that she's decided to present a united front with Jim.
Bill Parker arrives and immediately says that he's taking legal action, but Jim says there are some facts he doesn't know.
Mrs Mangel states firmly that the letters were addressed to her and they most definitely did exist. Also she informs him that she caught Sue delivering one of the letters.
Bill Parker says the letters have nothing to do with the "gang-bashing" but Jim says that it was only one person. Mrs Mangel says that Jane did the punching, but only after extreme provocation. Jim points out that Sue lied about all four attacking her and there are many witnesses. He says that Sue's word can't be trusted and he doesn't think Bill's case would stand up in court. Bill thinks for a bit and finally tells Jim that he'll drop the charges.
Paul comes in to tell Scott about the charges being dropped. Scott says he needs to go to clean the driveway to earn some money to take Charlene to Luna Park tomorrow.
When Scott and Charlene have gone, Paul congratulates Dan on his engagement to Edna. Paul starts to chat to Dan about the old days in Ramsay Street. Dan says how Ramsay Street used to be full or orchards. But in the end, people can't live in trees, they need homes. He says that you can't stay in one spot and wish things will never change, because they always will, like it or not. Paul looks thoughtful.
Ramsays, the following morning
Clive comes in to chat to Madge about the wedding plans - they can get married as early as tomorrow afternoon! The only problem is flowers - so Clive goes off to see if one of his patients can help.
Ruth is talking about getting a job - perhaps as a cook. Before he can talk to her, Paul comes in. Jim observes that he seems to have something on his mind, but Paul doesn't want to talk about it saying it's a business problem.
Scott is moaning to Clive that he's skint. Clive suggests that he invents something(!)
Edna has dragged out her old wedding dress and is going to alter it so it fits her for the wedding. Unfortunately the clothes are very dusty and Dan keeps sneezing! Edna says she remembers her wedding as if it were yesterday - fifty years doesn't seem like such a long time.
Lucy and Scott are arguing over the TV book. Suddenly Scott reads something and runs out.
Clive tells Scott he's got a money-making idea for him - he could breed trout. Scott roll his eyes and goes to talk to Mike.
Scott shows Mike an advert in the TV book about making a song. He says he and Mike could be the ones to make it. Mike agrees to try.
Clive has come to tell the Ramsays that everything is ordered for Dan and Edna's wedding. The costs are fairly high for the flowers and the minister though. Dan starts moaning that it's too much, but Edna says Dan promised she could have a proper wedding. She says if she can't have flowers she doesn't want to marry him at all. Madge turns on Dan and tells him to get a grip and to let Edna have whatever she wants.
MADGE:(to Clive) They're getting married even if I have to chain them up and drag them down the aisle myself!
The Office, Monday morning
Jim comes to see Paul to ask him how things are going. Paul says he is handling things OK.
Mike and Scott are talking about their song but hide it from Charlene. She wants to know what they're whispering about but they won't tell her. Charlene gets offended and goes off to walk to school with Jane.
Paul tells Peter Smith that he needs another day to think about the supermarket deal. Peter says that it's a black-and-white issue if Paul leaves sentiment out of it. Paul still wants another day, but Peter says that another company is interested, so this is his last chance. Paul finally agrees to be in on the deal.
PETER SMITH: Good. That's the wisest move you'll ever make.
Paul still looks unsure.