Scott sees Charlene and tells her he has proof against Ross. Henry asks Charlene what's going on but she won't tell him.
The Coffee Shop
Tony tells Charlene and Sally that he is leaving Erinsborough. His Dad has had a stroke and it's not clear whether or not he'll pull through. He says he's not sure if he'll be back and says it's been great knowing them.
Scott is telling Paul and Gail about his findings. Paul doesn't think Scott should tell Jim yet as he known Ross for years and may not believe what Scott has to say. Paul advises Scott to follow through the delivery and see what he gets when he hands over the package.
The Coffee Shop
Charlene tells Sally that Tony's departure has left her apprenticeship up in the air. Sally agrees and says that her flat is in jeopardy now that Tony's moved out. Henry arrives and tells Sally he can move in straight away. Sally's not convinced and thinks their relationship would suffer and says if he moves in their relationship would have to be strictly platonic.
Scott arrives back from the delivery and Ross tells him the client was concerned that the package had been opened. Scott says he dropped it and had to reseal it but assures Ross all the documents were in one piece. Scott asks if Jim's back but Ross says he's away for the day. Scott says he's concerned about a few odd things going on and tells Scott to hand over his next delivery. He sees this envelope has also been opened and tells Scott not to interfere in the business.
Tony is saying his goodbyes and tells Jim to find a new mechanic. Jim offers him a left to the airport and Beverly reminds him they are having dinner with Helen tonight.
Charlene thinks she's jinxed; this is the third time she's been left without a boss. However she's not about to give up. Henry arrives home and is upset about Sally not allowing him to move in. Henry plans to make Sally see he's the perfect housemate. Madge asks Henry why he wants to move out and he says he's not sure he can live under the same roof as Harold.
Scott arrives and Beverly tells him Jim's gone to the airport. Beverly suggests he talk to Jim at Helens tonight.
Charlene is starting to worry about Harold moving in and she tells Henry she may try and move in with Sally herself.
Tony is saying his goodbyes to Helen and Sally. Sally says she'll miss him. He asks her to say goodbye to Jane for him.
Charlene and Henry tell Madge that when Harold moves in he can't tell them what to do. They are adults after all and can make their own decisions. Scott arrives and wants to contact Jim at Sally's flat. Henry says he has the number as it's engraved on his heart!
Sally tells Helen she will miss Tony, he became like a brother to her. Helen answers the phone to Scott and tells him Jim has already gone. He tells her he has to speak to Jim before Ross does.
Sally says she will advertise for a new flatmate. She says she cares for Henry but doesn't think she and Henry are ready to make that kind of commitment to each other.
Henry thinks Scott should make a dramatic entrance at the dinner and accuse Ross just like they do on the movies. Scott it worried about how to approach the situation and Henry offers some genuine advice, he tells Scott just to tell Jim what he knows.
Paul wants to take Gail to a club but she's focused on the computer. Paul tells her she works to hard and then finds that she is playing a computer game! She can't complete the level and so Paul takes over and does it for her. Gail says she wanted to do it for herself and Paul says she now knows how he felt when she finished his anagram this morning. Gail thinks it was a fluke and they set a championship for after dinner.
Jim arrives and Ross wants a word with him. He tells him Scott is not working out and thinks they should let him go. He says Scott has a bad attitude and has taken a dislike to him. Scott and Charlene arrive and demand to talk to Jim. The phone rings and Helen says it's Ross' son. The engineering works are on fire.