Madge and Helen are discussing Todd's disappearance. The police haven't had any luck in locating him so far and they've decided not to tell Jim because his mother is so ill.
Madge tells Helen that Charlene and Scott are back on track up in Queensland - she's glad for Henry's sake because he's been so cynical about love and romance lately.
Mr Muir is absolutely appalled with Mike and Jessie. He informs Jessie that her parents will be informed, and he's speechless with Mike. It will probably cost him his teaching job. Mike protests that neither of them are underage and it's not as if he's forced himself on Jessie. Mr Muir points out that while it might be legally OK for them to have a relationship, it's simply not ethical because Mike is in a position of trust.
Henry is working on the renovations alone this afternoon. Des comes in and Henry asks after Malcolm's girlfriend. He starts telling Des again that love and loyalty are a myth - if you want that, it's best to get a dog(!) Des thanks Henry for carrying on with the job even though he's sacked Joe. Henry says he's more scared of Jane's wrath than Joe's(!)
Jessie is crying and Sharon and Nick are trying to comfort her. She's most worried about Mike but Nick reckons they wouldn't dare sack Mike, he's too good a teacher. Just then Mike comes up and tells them that he's been kicked out of Erinsborough High.
Bronwyn has come to ask Madge's advice on what to cook for Henry tonight. Madge tells her not to worry because Henry will eat practically anything(!)
MADGE: In fact, have you seen those documentaries on telly with sharks in a feeding frenzy?
MADGE: Yeah, prepare yourself for that.
HELEN: Oh, Madge, he's not as bad as all that.
MADGE:(laughs) He makes my grocery bill look like the National Debt!
Madge says Bronwyn is on the right track - the way to Henry's heart is through his stomach. She suggests pasta with seafood for an entree. She also suggests steak for a main meal as Henry likes meat! Helen advises on an Italian dessert and says she'll come over and show Bronwyn how to do it.
BRONWYN: Thanks a lot!
MADGE: Bronwyn, if tonight works out, I'll be the one thanking you!
Bronwyn asks them to keep things secret from Henry - she wants it to be a surprise.
MADGE: Mamma Mia's the word!
Mr Muir has called Nick in to say that despite the disruptions, he's passed his Maths test. Nick says it's all down to Sharon, and Mr Muir says he's going to let Sharon back in school early as she's asked. Nick asks him if he can give Mike a second chance too, and gets rather annoyed when Mr Muir refuses to discuss it.
Helen has brought the recipe for the Italian dessert and wishes Bronwyn luck with the evening. Bronwyn isn't too sure how things will go - her "batting average" hasn't been very good lately. She likes Henry a lot though and hopes that this evening will do the trick - she's worried he just sees her as a friend now.
Madge is looking for her bag which she eventually finds under Henry, who is sitting on the sofa(!) She's horrified that he's thinking of wearing his overalls over to have dinner with Bronwyn and orders him off to get a shirt.
Mike has told Des the whole story. Des tries not to be judgemental, but thinks that Mike has brought it on himself. Mike reckons he didn't kiss her on purpose, it just "happened".
Just then, Jessie's father comes round and has a right go at Mike. Mike says he'd never do anything to hurt Jessie, but Jessie's father says it's up to Mike as a teacher to keep his hands to himself! He'll make sure that Mike never teaches in any school ever again! He reckons he has powerful friends who'll stop Mike ever becoming a teacher.
Bronwyn is dressed up and Sharon is doing her hair. Bronwyn is stressed out and thanks Sharon for her help.
SHARON: Just remember he's just a man, OK, we're the superior sex! Good luck and good hunting!
Mike is brooding about what will happen to Jessie now. He says he was just trying to help her but can see now that she looks up to Mike like some sort of hero.
Just then, Jessie comes round and tells Mike that her parents are sending her away to her grandparents' place. She's upset that she'll never see Mike again and asks him to visit. He doesn't think that would be a good idea - they're both in a lot of trouble at the moment. Jessie claims that she loves Mike, but he says he was just helping her out was part of his job.
Nick comes in with some news - some of the guys in the arcade have seen Todd hanging out with Skinner.
Bronwyn lights a candle and lowers the light, then goes to the front door to let Henry in. He's rather shocked to see that she's dressed up and tells her she looks beautiful - but a bit overdressed for a barbecue. To her horror, he goes straight through to the garden to fire up the barbecue. She tries to protest that she's made a special dinner so they can talk. He thinks that's a good idea - in fact, he's invited Joe and Jane around to talk about patching things up with Harold.
BRONWYN: Joe and Jane?!
HENRY: Yeah, I invited them over. You don't mind, do you?
BRONWYN: Henry Ramsay, how could you? I never want to see you again!
She pushes him and he falls down the stairs, rolling to the bottom.
She races down the stairs and bends over Henry's unconscious form.
BRONWYN: Henry, are you OK? Oh God, I didn't mean it! (shaking him) Come on, Henry, wake up! Please be alright! ...I love you.
This rouses Henry out of his unconsciousness because he stirs and grins up at her.
HENRY: You do? That's different then!