Writer: Piers Hobson
Director: T. Grant Fenn
Rob Evans: Graham Harvey
Tarquin Hartman: Michael Carman
Holly: Trained by Luke Hura
Dahl: Trained by Jason Hura
Toadie tells Angie that he was with Hannah when she found the treasure. Mal tells Karl that Jo is turning into a real dictactor. Later, he, Billy and Toadie are messing about and end up knocking the gazebo down.
Mal doesn't know what he's going to do now but Billy thinks they can fix it. Mal says Jo is due back that afternoon. At that point he gets a call from her, she's at the pub and has some more last minute changes to make. Phil gives her and Rob a free drink and they talk about the wedding and the 'creative clash' with Danni over the dress. Jo says the day won't be perfect because her Mum can't be there - she's looking after her sick gran. She doesn't think her Dad will make it either and Lou's gone to Ecuador. They talk about Rob's son Conrad and whether he will come to the wedding, but Rob doesn't think so because he hasn't come to terms with it yet - he'll come around eventually. Jo then gets a surprise when her Dad walks in!
Susan tells Billy that the Drenths have dropped the case against Andrew Watson.
Jo, Rob and her Dad visit the house to see the work that's been done. She sees Mal and he says that the gazebo isn't quite ready yet, Jo goes mad and can't believe what it looks like - he tells her not to worry as it will be good as new in time for the wedding. She says it better be.
Susan and Phil talk about his novel - he says that the diary Hannah found was just what he needed to get going again. He tells Susan her notes were very helpful but he's still not convinced it's good enough. He'll soon find out from the editor.
Jo is still going mad about the gazebo and her Dad and Rob try to calm her down. Her Dad tells her that it's going to be a perfect day and he'll probably cry his eyes out. Rob goes to talk to Mal and apologises for how Jo reacted - he suggests they install a pre-made gazebo but Mal says he's been paid to do a job and he'll do it. Inside, Jo continues to plan and goes on about how lavish the ceremony will be and all the costs involved. Her Dad stops her and asks why she's getting married - it's about a celebration of love and all he's hearing is money and extravagance. He asks her if she loves Rob or his money.
Phil still hasn't heard from his editor and worries that he shouldn't have made changes to the novel at the last minute. Susan suggest he calls her back but he doesn't want her to think he's anxious! He's sure she'll hate it but eventually calls and finds out that she's in a meeting. He leaves a message but thinks that proves it because if she liked the novel she would have called him first. Rob arrives and invites Phil to his bucks night but he doesn't think he'd be good company.
Jo's Dad gives her a good talking to about how she's acting. He says he's not trying to upset her but she begins to understand what he means and decides to apologise to Mal.
Hannah helps Susan prepare for the hens night and they talk about getting married - Hannah says she doesn't know if she wants to get married but Susan says all she could think about at her age was a big fairytale wedding. Jo arrives and brings over her dress but she won't let anyone look at it, they talk about Danni and Susan suggests she should go and talk to her about what happened.
Hannah and Susan go to see Phil and he tells them that the editor loved his new book. He grabs the doll and says they should hang onto it because it's a good luck charm. At that point the phone rings - it's a Miss Bobby Ethridge who read about the doll in the paper - she knows who the rightful owner is and wants Hannah to call her back so she can return it to where it belongs...