Jen tells Phil she wants to move in with him.
Billy is mocked at school because he's got the same jacket as one of his teachers.
Jen tells Hannah off for lying about having aplastic anaemia - her sister died of it and it's not a laughing matter.
Hannah apologises to Jen - she never meant to hurt her. Phil says that Jen has never talked about Morgan's death in detail and maybe she should. Jen says the name of the disease doesn't matter, any terminal illness is someone's tragedy. Hannah says a girl at school is upset too and she should have known - she gets a shock when she's reminded of her mum too. Jen agrees to forgive Hannah.
Susan is interviewing Stacey for her behaviour towards Hannah. Susan says that Stacey has always been very responsible, but now her marks are slipping badly and her attitude seems off. Stacey insists that she has to go. Susan wants to know if there's a problem, but Stacey says there isn't.
Danni is trying to read Mal's writing and not succeeding very well. He wonders if he should crawl home and ask to use the computer. Danni suggests that they rent a computer, but Mal doesn't think they can afford it.
Brett calls around and Helen asks him for a favour. She wants to scatter Reuben's ashes by the lake - Garnett is still away so it's up to her. She wants to mark the occasion by planting a tree and would very much like Brett to be there as well as Rosemary. Helen tells Brett that he's a very dear friend and she'd like him to be there. Brett accepts and says he feels very honoured. He can't help crying a bit.
Billy storms in, followed by Libby. Billy is in a very bad mood about his jacket and throws in across the living room, saying it's made him King of the Nerds. Libby laughs - she saw Mr McKenna wearing Billy's jacket today. Libby taunts Billy until Karl sends her off to her room. Karl tells Billy not to put too much emphasis on his appearance - it's all about personality, not what you wear. Billy says noone else thinks like that, especially not Olivia. Karl says that Olivia should like him for himself, not his clothes.
BILLY: That's why mum won't let you wear your Hawaiian shirt, is it?
Jen and Hannah are cooking. Hannah asks to hear more about Jen's sister Morgan. Apparently it was a big shock to the family and there was nothing the doctors could do because they couldn't find out what was causing it. No transfusions or drugs helped, so Morgan just got weaker and weaker and was dead within seven months. Hannah sympathises. Jen says that's really the reason she decided to do medicine. But she's not angry with Hannah anymore and will show her some photographs of Morgan sometime.
Susan pops around to see Hannah about Stacey. She tells Phil that Stacey isn't talking about why it happened - she thinks there's something going on with Stacey that she doesn't know about.
Helen tips Reuben's ashes into a hole as Rosemary, Brett and Joel look on.
HELEN: Rest in peace, my darling.
She start to cry and Brett plants the tree.
The Kennedys are gathered for a family meeting and Marlene is there too. Marlene still thinks it's Susan and tells them that she's been through metnal torture. Karl is forced to admit that Susan was not involved in most of the "gnomic incidents" and awkwardly confesses that it was him. Marlene is appalled - Karl is meant to be a responsible citizen!
Brett is telling Danni and Mal about Reuben's memorial ceremony. Mal is trying to cook while Brett tells them that the place is filthy. He starts washing up.
Hannah is writing a letter to Teen Girl about the article they published about Dayle visiting her. She wants to apologise for her behaviour and that she's learnt a valuable lesson. Phil is proud of her.
Jen comes in carrying some boxes. A skull falls out of one of the boxes and Jen explains that she collects animal bones(!)
Brett has got the kitchen nice and tidy and Mal suggests that he moves in(!) That gives Danni an idea - they could get another lodger to help them to pay the rent and the bills. They start kissing and Brett decides to show himself out.
Marlene and Susan are friends again. Karl apologises to Marlene again and she glowers at him a bit. She tells him he might be in for a few surprises himself!
Phil doesn't want Jen to put her ram skull in the bedroom but is trying to be tactful about it(!) He says that they're not very restful for a non-medical person, so Jen decides to put them in the living room. Helen protests and says that Phil should welcome Jen's collection into his bedroom(!) They suggest the back porch instead.
Marlene comes in and asks Karl (who seems to be wearing Billy's jacket!) to do some talks at the Youth Centre. He agrees.
Rosemary and Joel are just leaving for New York and Helen, Jen and Hannah are seeing them to the car. They wave goodbye.
Susan comes in to class and thanks the kids for their response to the World Vision essay competition. The standard has been very high - and someone in Erinsborough High has been chosen as a finalist to attend the Youth Summit in Canberra. From those, one will win a trip to Africa. And the winner is...(credits roll)