Lou and Cheryl compete to earn the most profit at the pub.
Cody comes to the school and tells Stonie she loves him.
Mark slips in the kitchen and a knife narrowly misses piercing him. He takes it as a sign from God.
Sam and Annalise are just leaving for Perth to see Annalise's dad and Marlene sees them off, wishing them well. Marlene assures them that Australia has an amazing flight safety record(!)
Stonie and Cody are sitting at a table all loved up. Marlene comes in and tells them that she's missing Annalise and Sam already - the house feels very empty. Stonie suggests that he could move in but Marlene pretends not to hear him(!) Stonie vows to talk Mal and Danni around about taking him on as their lodger.
Ren is telling Helen that Mark has become a religious maniac. Helen listens sympathetically, but she can't see what Ren can do about it. Ren wonders if she could get Father Michael to have a word with Mark.
Jen comes in from Uni. She tells Ren she's sorry Luke has been giving her a hard time - she's heard Luke is moving out of No.30. Jen asks Helen is Luke can stay for a few days while he's between houses.
Danni and Mal have not had any luck finding a lodger, as all potential lodgers think Danni and Mal are too young to live with. Mal worries that they'll have to move back home.
Mark and Brett are chatting at the counter. Mark thinks that Lou and Cheryl should get married and then tells Brett all about his three near-death experiences and how they were a sign from God.
MARK: I've been chosen.
BRETT: Chosen for what?
MARK: Brett, there is a sea of immorality threatening to engulf us all. My job in life is to help turn the tide.
Brett looks speechless.
Stonie comes around dressed in a suit. He gives Mal and Danni a Contract of Tenancy - no mates, no booze, no moves. They read Stonie's handwriting with difficulty. He promises to do his share of the cleaning and stop his mates coming around. He begs them fervently to take him on so he can be near Cody. Danni says they'll need some time to think about it.
Cheryl and Lou are arguing about the business again while Marlene cradles Lolly.
There's a knock at the door and Cheryl opens it to a woman in uniform.
CHERYL: What are you doing here?
WOMAN:(saluting) Petty Officer Stark reporting for duty, ma'am.
Cheryl hugs her - it's her eldest daughter Janine, home from the navy.
Mal and Danni are discussing taking Stonie on as their tenant. They're surprised at the extent of his tenancy agreement contract. Mal is fairly sympathetic to Stonie but Danni is less sure - she doesn't think Stonie can stick to the agreement. But she does agree to give Stonie a two-week trial.
The phone rings and it's Lou - he wants Danni to come round to No.22.
Danni is greeting Janine who is very surprised that Danni is "shacked up with a bloke"! Janine cradles Lolly while Cheryl prepares an impromptu lunch. Cheryl is very pleased that Janine is home - only Darren is missing now. Lou tells Janine that Cheryl visits Darren at the detention centre and he's getting on OK.
No.32 - evening
Stonie and Cody come around - Stonie is still wearing his suit. Mal is about to talk, but Cody interrupts, saying she's a character witness. While Stonie has faults like being thoughtless, tactless and loud, he also has very many good points. Mal tries to interrupt, but Cody is on a roll - Stonie is generous, very loyal, a good mate in a crisis and a good cook. Mal finally gets a word in and tells Stonie he can move in on a two-week trial basis. Stonie is delighted!
The entire Stark family are hanging out and Brett introduces Janine to Dahl. Marlene asks Janine if she's got a bloke and apparently there is someone - a chap called Ross who is in the navy too. But apparently it's early days.
Mal comes in to find Mark is covering the shop. They gets talking and Mark says that it's wrong that Stonie is moving to Ramsay Street - it's about time he married Cody(!)
MARK: Cody and Stonie are only interested in the physical gratification of sex without the moral obligation.
Also he comments that Mal and Danni are living in sin themselves. Mal points out that Mark lived with Annalise, but he reckons he's seen the error of his ways now. Mal stomps off.
MARK: I'll pray for you, Mal!
No.32, the following morning
Mal is having breakfast when Brett pops around. They talk about Mark and how he's fallen into religious fervour. They wonder if he's having a breakdown. Stonie comes in with some fresh doughnuts to share with them. Stonie asks Mal if he can move in straight away - all of his stuff is outside!
Danni and Lou are clearing up at the pub. Lou says that fine dining isn't the right place for a pub, but Danni refuses to get involved.
Marlene has come to tell Mark that his services are no longer required at the Youth Centre. She says they've decided that Mark just isn't on the same wavelength as the other kids and is driving them away. Mark says he was just giving a mesage about salvation.
MARLENE: It's not working, Mark. That's the decision.
She walks out.
MARK:(looking up to God, smiling) Despised and rejected, eh? I suppose I'd better get used to that.
Cheryl asks Janine how things are in the navy, but before she can answer, the phone rings. It's Cheryl's commanding officer looking for Janine. Cheryl has the presence of mind to say she hasn't seen Janine, and isn't expecting to. She puts down the phone.
CHERYL: OK missy. Explanations, please.