- Helen decides to go into business with Len Mangel
- Mark and Annalise see the girl in red car and she honks her horn. Annalise is not happy.
- Gaby discovers that she's bleeding and is terrified that she's miscarrying.
Doug is pushing Gaby in a wheelchair.
GABY:(to Pam) You think it's already too late, don't you?!
PAM: No...I'm sure the baby's OK. We're here now, so everything's fine.
GABY: I read in my books that something like this is usually bad news, I can't believe for no reason, something is wrong!
PAM: There's a lot the books don't tell you. You're in no pain, that's good sign.
PAM: So just calm down, OK?
Pam goes off to find a doctor while Gaby sobs.
Helen and Julie are crying over Jim's medals. Phil and Hannah come in. Helen suggests that Hannah could mark in the Anzac Day parade tomorrow and wear Jim's medals. Hannah is very excited.
Julie is surprised to hear that Len is going to the Anzac Day march too, but Helen explains that he served too.
Helen is meeting up with Len for a coffee. At the counter, Annalise warns her to be cautious with her money. Helen tells her to mind her own business(!)
At a table, Len tells Helen that he's been flat out at the newsagency. Helen asks him about the woman he was talking to. He explains that the woman was an old friend who can't stop talking.
Gaby is in a bed. Apparently there are some complications (placenta previa) but the baby is OK. Pam stresses that it's very important for Gaby to rest. She may have to have cesearian section birth if things don't improve.
Helen is talking to Len about business, he is being evasive.
Brett and Hannah come in. There follows a public service announcement about war(!) as Brett thinks Anzac Day glorifies it. They persuade him to come along to the Dawn Service tomorrow.
Annalise answers the phone to another silent caller. She rants at the caller to stop hassling Mark and then slams the phone down. She assumes it was Katie. Then she rants to Mark that he's not warning her off enough, insisting that he gives her the registration number of the car, so she can get some police friends to check it.
Len is giving a sermon at the Dawn Service. There are some shots of medals and the Last Post plays. Brett looks thoughtful as he sees the old men getting emotional.
After the ceremony, Brett says that he's come round a bit to Anzac Day and says it's a good thing to appreciate peace.
Annalise finds a message from Mark's secret admirer in the Erinsborough News.
"Mark, a quick glimpse of you can brighten my day and make my life worthwhile, K T"
Julie says it reminds her of the move Fatal Attraction and really winds Annalise up.
Doug and Pam are visiting Gaby who is apparently doing well. She has to stay there for five days. Pam warns her that she's going to have to be extra careful from now on.
GABY: The baby didn't seem all that real until I thought I was losing it. Now I feel so protective of it! Well, him, her, whatever.
DOUG: Now it's hit you, you must be excited.
GABY: I'm scared out of my brain!
PAM: Welcome to the world of parenthood!
Phil is looking at birthday cards. Julie says that she wants to be a full partner in the business, making decisions and so on. Phil says she has to qualify with the Newsagency Council first and pass a test. He heads out for lunch.
Phil tells Mark that he's taking extra ballroom dancing lessons in his lunch- hour as a surprise for Julie(!)
They talk about Mark's secret admirer. Phil tells him that Annalise was mad about the message in the newspaper, and they observe she isn't at work(!)
Annalise is walking along, then starts creeping around a garden. A man sees her.
Hannah has enjoyed the Anzac Day march. A man comes in and wants to talk to the owner about buying his comic "Dissection Man". He pressurises her and she agrees to take 100 copies. Hannah excitedly looks at the comic.
The man has called the police, who challenge Annalise. She says she's looking for Katie (who apparently doesn't live there). The police decide to take Annalise to the station and charge her.
Jesse is reading the Dissection Man comic. Apparently it's very graphic(!) and Hannah doesn't like it very much. She and Jesse decide to be friends again.
Doug and Pam are not pleased to find that Gaby has acquired a laptop and telephone and is working from her bed. She's even got a fax machine!
PAM: What about that speech about not putting the baby at risk? Does that all go out of the window when work calls?
GABY: That's an awful thing to say!
PAM: Well, it needs to be said, obviously!
Doug urges Gaby to rest. Gaby says she can't afford to let everything at work slide as she's going to be a single mother - she's just going to do enough to keep on top of things.
Jesse is talking to two boys. They are teasing him about being friends with Hannah.
Hannah has put a dress on and is going to show Jesse Jim's medals.
Helen wants to talk about business, but Len is off to meet friends at the club!
Brett comes round to see Helen. He asks her to take over his driving lessons from Lou and she agrees.
The boys have convinced Jesse to be mean to Hannah. He goes to her door and throws a waterbomb on her! Poor Hannah.
Phil and Mark are driving along and talking about "K T". It seems she's an administrator with the Paralympics Organisation. They're looking for her house and eventually see her car. Phil drops Mark off.
Mark knocks on the door and Katarina answers it. She's using a wheelchair.