Harold takes Robyn out to a concert. He goes to help her with her seatbelt and realises he's invaded her personal space. He quickly apologises.
Mary is cooking again and Joe tells her not to spoil him. Joe says that Mary shouldn't be slaving over a hot stove because she's been ill. Joe wants Mary to see Dr Marshall for a checkup. Joe says he won't be able to make the betting shop today because he's got too much work on. Mary enthusiastically offers to go to the betting shop for him.
Harold is surprised that Bronwyn is still living there - he's glad that Madge had second thoughts. Madge asks about the concert and Harold says that he enjoyed it very much. Madge is worried about Bronwyn and Henry and says the worst thing in the world is when people have little meeting that their partners don't know about. Harold looks a bit guilty. He tells Madge that he might give his walking a miss today.
Helen is telling Beverly that she saw Harold with a woman. Katie teases Todd about Melissa's letter. Todd is embarrassed by the letter and tells Helen that he doesn't know if he wants to get involved again.
The doorbell rings and it's Melissa. When Helen takes her into the kitchen, Todd has beaten a hasty retreat out of the back door!
Dr Marshall is worried about Mary's memory loss, although she's fine physically.
Todd and Katie come in to get some biscuits from Mary.
The Coffee Shop
Harold is brooding. Reuben comes in and asks Harold to write another article for the church newsletter. He sees that Harold seems preoccupied and Harold confides in him that a "friend" of his is attracted to another woman. The woman is only a friend, but he still feels guilty. Reuben says that marriage is sacred - adultery in the mind is the same as in the flesh. He says that Harold's "friend" must stop seeing this other woman. Harold looks conflicted.
Helen is agonising over whether to tell Madge about Harold and the woman or not. Todd comes in - he's hiding because Melissa is following him around like a bloodhound! He says he does like her, but she's coming on a bit strong. Beverly tells Todd that it's hard to get involved with someone else once you've been hurt once. But just because one relationship is unlucky, it doesn't mean they all must be. They could get to know each other slowly.
Madge is snoozing on the sofa when Helen comes in and wakes her up. Helen makes Madge a cup of tea. Madge says that she's worried stupid over Henry and Bronwyn - Bronwyn has fallen for Mike while Henry's been up north. Madge says that Fred was unfaithful to her and she hates seeing people cheating on people they're supposed to be in love with. Helen decides not to tell Madge about Harold and Robyn.
The Coffee Shop
Robyn comes in. She tells Harold that she enjoyed the concert very much. Harold says that he can't train with her in the mornings anymore. He says it's for the best and she accepts this. She bids Harold goodbye and leaves.
Mary is making a cake and bopping to loud music on the radio! Joe comes in and opens a beer. Mary asks if she could have one too. She tells Joe that she put the bet on for him. Unfortunately she's put the bet on the wrong horse - she's backed the 10-1 outsider. She says maybe the horse she backed will win anyway and smiles.
Todd answers the door to Melissa. She's not pleased that Todd has been avoiding her. She tells Todd that it's too late now, she doesn't want to know him if that's the way he treats people. She stalks off and Todd follows.
Mary suggests that they put the radio on to hear the race.
Todd apologises for treating Melissa badly and explains that he was hurt by his previous girlfriend, Alison. But if Melissa wants to be his girlfriend, he'd like her to be. They have a pash.
Treehouse in the Robinsons garden
Toby and Katie are counting up the money they've made from selling Mary's biscuits - over $25!
Harold comes in with a large bouquet of flowers for Madge. He tells Madge that he loves her very much and presents her with the flowers and a box of chocolates. Then he makes her sit on the couch while he makes dinner for her. He says that sometimes he needs to show Madge how much he cares for her. Madge says she's a very lucky woman.
Mary and Joe are listening to the race on the radio. At the last minute, the horse Mary backed, Tenderfoot, comes from behind and wins the race. Mary says it was no fluke - she's been following Tenderfoot's progress for ages! Joe gets suspicious and asks Mary what else she remembers. Joe thinks that Mary might not be such a dotty old duck as he thinks. Joe says he wants to know what's going on - Mary has been conning him. He wants to know what game she's playing.