Beverly has remembered who has the ornament - it's Hilary! She must have got it from her own father. Jim says there's no guarantee that Hilary will agree to sell, but Beverly says she will - this is a family emergency.
Mrs Chubb has come around to see Madge and Harold. She sits down in the living room and refuses a cup of tea. She objects to Bronwyn being allowed to stay at the Ramsay house, but Madge points out that Bronwyn had nowhere else to go. Madge thinks Mrs Chubb is blowing things out of all proportion - Henry and Bronwyn are adults. Mrs Chubb says that Bronwyn has had a very sheltered upbringing in the country but Madge isn't having any of that - Madge herself grew up in the country and there's no mystery with the birds and the bees when you're surrounded by all those animals!
Mrs Chubb says that it's immoral for Henry and Bronwyn to be living under the same roof. Madge says she'll keep an eye on Bronwyn, but she won't tell consenting adults how to live their lives. Mrs Chubb flounces off muttering about decency.
MADGE: Well, I don't think I'm going to get Mrs Chubb's vote for Mother of the Year!
Harold says he agrees with Mrs Chubb's views but Madge tells him not to be an old woman. Harold is upset - when he joined the family he knew he'd have to compromise, but he feels his views and feelings have been trampled on without any consideration.
Malcolm and Des are going through sports questions for Scoop the Pool when Harold calls around. They chat about the Coffee Shop renovations.
Henry and Bronwyn come in. Madge is looking thoughtful at the sink. When Bronwyn has gone into the bedroom, Madge asks Henry for a word.
MADGE: Henry, I'd like to have a word with you about Bronwyn staying.
HENRY: Mum, you have my word of honour, absolutely no hanky-panky! Well, hardly any. A bit...
HENRY: I'm only joking! You know you can trust us.
Madge explains that she's been forced to change her mind about the living arrangements because of Harold - he is her husband and he does have rights in the house. If it was up to Madge, Bronwyn could stay, but Harold will never agree. Henry is angry, but Bronwyn, when she comes out of the bedroom, is very understanding and says she'll make alternative arrangements.
Katie is designing her billy cart with the help of Todd and Jim. Beverly has got Helen's room set up as Hilary is flying down. Beverly says it's convenient that Hilary is coming down to see Helen - she's going to bring the figurine with her.
Bronwyn doesn't know what to do - it's already getting late. Henry is all for tackling Harold, but Bronwyn doesn't want to put a strain on Harold and Madge's marriage. Henry suggests asking Des. Bronwyn says it might be OK for a night, but she'll need something more permanent - and cheap. Henry says maybe they could move in together, they could do it on his wages. Bronwyn doesn't think it's a good idea quite yet.
Des comes along and is shocked to hear that Bronwyn is out on the street. She asks Des is she can leave her stuff at his place a little while longer. He agrees, but only if she stays with it! Mike is away indefinitely, so Bronwyn can stay in his room until he gets back. Bronwyn and Henry are delighted.
Bronwyn is picking up her plants and tells Aunt Edie that she's going to live at Des's. Mrs Chubb isn't even happy about that because it's "a household of men"
BRONWYN: I'm hardly going to be having orgies every night!
She tells Mrs Chubb that she's not a child anymore, and is fed up of being criticised for everything she does. Mrs Chubb says she'll be keep a closer eye on Sharon so she doesn't have "two disappointments in the family". Bronwyn stalks off.
Des is feeding Jamie while Malcolm reads through some sports questions. Des is doing quite well on the questions himself! Malcolm is getting nervous about the quiz.
Bronwyn and Henry arrive with Bronwyn's stuff and put it in Mike's room.
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Todd and Katie are trying to assemble the billy cart and bickering a bit. They end up having a fight with the oil. Just then, Hilary arrives and Katie runs to give her a hug, covering her in oil too! Hilary is not amused.
Mrs Chubb pops around to see Des. She tells him that she approves of Bronwyn living with him and knows that he "won't let her down". She has some rules and regulations. Firstly, that Henry Ramsay not be able to visit, then a 10am curfew on weekdays and 11pm on weekends.
DES: Hold it! I'm Bronwyn's employer, not her jailer. Who she sees and what she does in her spare time has got nothing to do with me, I'm not going to tell her what to do!
MRS CHUBB: Mr Clarke, i don't think you understand...
DES: I understand just fine, and you can forget it! As long as Bronwyn looks after Jamie, I'm happy. The rest of her life is up to her!
Beverly is trying to help Hilary to clean her outfit. She's in a very bad mood and tells Jim and Beverly that they are letting the children run wild. Then she demands to know about the ornament, but Beverly says she should have a nice hot bath first.
HILARY: Oh, Jim, I was sorry to hear about your mother.
HILARY: Mind you, it probably was a blessed release. People in that state can often linger on for years.
Harold is trying to think of a promotion for the opening of the Coffee Shop. Henry is still very upset with Harold.
When Henry has gone, Harold starts banging on about morals again, but Madge tells him to shut up - she's gone along with his wishes and forced Bronwyn to move out, even though she doesn't agree with them.