Henry is upset that Madge and Harold don't believe him. Henry says that everyone is against him - the icecream factory have sacked him as well.
Des comes in to find out how Henry is. Madge wants to know how Des knew, and asks him if it was "Misery-guts Mangel" who told him. Des is forced to admit that it was. Madge goes on a rant about Mrs Mangel and her spreading of lies on innuendo and Des makes a hasty exit(!) Madge sits down heavily.
Jim has arrived home from work and Paul is also there. He tells them that Gail is coming for dinner. Helen tells Paul that she wants to hold an engagement party for them, but Paul wants to wait until the engagement is "official"
Helen tells Jim that Lucy has gone for a walk. Jim is unimpressed and says he'll sort her out. Paul tries to calm him down, but Jim says he's not waiting for her to give her approval to the family. Des comes in at that moment and asks how they are enjoying Lucy being home, putting his foot it it for the second time in five minutes(!)
Jane is trying to reason with Mrs Mangel that the drunken incident with Harold wasn't really that bad. She doesn't know how to talk to Harold about it. Jane tells her to relax - everyone has forgotten about it by now. Mrs Mangel isn't convinced - she thinks Charlene will spread the gossip everywhere. Jane says she'll have a word with Charlene - her bark's a lot worse than her bite.
Charlene is sick of living in Sue's mess and starts flinging things around. Henry comes in and asks Charlene how Warren changed Sue's mind about providing the alibi. Charlene says that Warren convinced Sue that Henry might be guilty. Henry says that everyone thinks he did it, and deep down, he thinks Charlene suspects him too. He storms out.
The police are interviewing Madge about Henry's whereabouts on the night of the robbery. She says she doesn't know. She starts to cry and says they're twisting everything she says. The police leave and Madge sobs in Harold's arms.
Near the caravan
Charlene is trying to reason with Henry that she believes him. Sue comes up and Henry asks her how Warren is. He is frosty towards her and says he wishes she would believe him about the robbery. When Henry has gone, Charlene calls Sue a bird-brain.
Outside the Coffee Shop
Lucy greets Mike and tells him about London and how sophisticated it is there. They chat about Bouncer and Lucy says she's visited Basil's grave. Des comes up and hugs Lucy. She tells him about Bradley and how she couldn't see him in London. She also tells him that she doesn't want to be back in Australia.
Jane is just leaving to attend a course that Paul has sent her on. Harold comes in and they talk awkwardly about the incident with the cider. Harold apologises profusely and insists that they did nothing improper - he thinks they should put the whole thing behind them. They agree to never refer to the incident again.
Jim is cross that Lucy hasn't come home from her walk yet. Scott asks Helen if he can skip dinner to go and see Charlene because she's upset about Henry. Helen agrees and tells Jim not to be too hard on Lucy.
Lucy comes in and hugs Paul happily. She goes up to Jim and tells him she doesn't hate him really, but she wants to talk about a few things. Helen suggest that they wait and just enjoy their evening together first.
Charlene is telling Sue off for not believing Henry and for also for leaving her stuff around the caravan. Sue storms off.
Scott comes in and tells Charlene not to worry about Henry - it'll all work out.
Henry is holed up in a tube, thinking.
Madge is worried that Henry has been out all night. She goes to the window, hoping to see him coming home. Harold suggests that she tells the police but Madge doesn't want to. Henry comes in at that moment in a right strop. He's still fed up of people not believing him. Madge asks him gently where he's been and they hug. Henry says it would be better for all of them if he packed his bags and moved on. He goes off to pack.
Jane comes in to see Charlene. She asks Charlene not to tell people about the drunken incident. Charlene agrees but she'd better not hear her talking badly about Henry again. A guy walks past and Jane recognises him as Greg, a guy who dropped out of school. Charlene greets him and they chat about their respective situations. When Charlene goes to get petrol for his lawnmover, Greg tells his mate that Charlene has solved all their problems...
Scott is eating his breakfast when Lucy comes out in her pyjamas. Helen asks Lucy to get her schoolbag organised for tomorrow, but Lucy says she's not going back.
Behind the caravan
Greg and his mate are going to hide some things under Charlene's caravan. Greg says it's "only until he does the next school" :-O ! He doesn't think Charlene will find the stuff which includes a can of petrol. Greg puts the stuff under the caravan and then they run off.
Madge sits Henry down and says she's been thinking - she doesn't believe he did the robbery. She apologises for even thinking he might have done it. She wants him to stay so they can see the thing through together. Madge says she doesn't care what anyone says - she wants Henry there with her. Henry hugs her gratefully.