Justin and Billy confronting each other.
Tim telling Susan about the problems his father had reading.
Susan pointing out his dad wouldn't like him to miss out on an education and telling him to buckle up and do the work.
Toadie coming up with a plan to draw characters of the teachers.
Billy warning Justin off.
Toadie is running through his ideas for the comic strip with Lance and reckons they can sell 100 copies each week for 50 cents although Lance isn't sure they can use the school photocopier to do that.
Hannah drops by with her drawing of Susan which get the thumbs up from the boys but Toadie asks Lance to put some final touches on it to make it more 'evil' looking.
Billy drops round to discuss Justin's car but Anne isn't interested in his explanation. She wants to know who is responsible but Billy is none the wiser and wishes he hadn't wasted his time coming over to talk to her.
Susan is after some information from Lisa about Tim. She gives Susan her thoughts (he's quiet in class) but thinks that is because he's older than the other pupils. Susan fears that could put him off continuing his education and Lisa is impressed at Susan caring for the pupils.
Lance departs so that Hannah can do her homework/draw some more teachers.
Billy is annoyed at Anne thinking he was responsible for vandalising Justin's car when it was Toadie who is the guilty party.
Susan arrives home wanting to see if the boys can help Tim come out of his shell and Billy volunteers to ask.
Tim isn't impressed at Hannah's drawing of Susan but Toadie is when he arrives at school. She's beginning to have doubts following Tim's outburst but as far as Toadie goes, it's perfect.
Justin and his silent sidekick come into the school looking for Billy but Hannah sends them off on a wild goose chase.
She finds Lance and Anne and asks if they know where Billy is, they don't, so she tells them about Justin coming looking for Billy. Toadie (who joined them) confesses that he's the guilty one and that Justin is looking for the wrong guy. He grabs Lance so they can go find Billy before Justin does.
Justin catches up with Billy who denies any involvement in decorating his car in toilet paper. They begin to duff him up but Toadie and co arrive before any real damage is done. Toadie confronts Justin and tries to bait him into fighting but thankfully for Justin, Susan turns up and orders them all into her office.
Susan reads the riot act to Toadie, Billy and Anne.
Toadie and Billy aren't looking forward to going home after school following the rollicking they've just had from Susan. Billy is relieved that Anne now believes that he was innocent but looks like Toadie could be in for more trouble when Lisa arrives with the character drawing of Susan that she found and is about to show her. After Billy thanks Toadie for coming to his rescue, Toadie asks if they can head home now because he doesn't want to near Susan!
Rather than being angry, Susan is actually impressed with the drawing of her and sees no real harm in it. She then surprises Lisa by saying she is just going to ignore it and tells Lisa that the kids will always take the Mickey out of the teachers, and to take it on the chin unless it's crude. Susan also adds that the artist has real talent and would like it signed!
Toadie invites Billy to join him in a trip to the Coffee Shop because he's eaten his food already but Billy has to speak to Tim first to invite him to help with the sponsored walk. He catches up with Tim but he's not interested, saying he's got too much school work to catch up on.
The Coffee Shop
Toadie is still on a high at confronting Justin as he; Lance and Hannah enter the shop. The trio discuss the drawing but think Susan will be cool with it.
Billy and Anne discuss the sponsored walk but she leaves him when she spots Justin. She heads over to him and makes it clear isn't impressed at him trying to duff up Billy.
We then cut away to Susan talking to Billy. She wants to know if he's spoken to Tim, he has and he isn't interested but then she spots Justin and calls Anne back from talking to him. Susan doesn't want Justin hanging around the school but Anne assures her that he won't be because she's made it perfectly clear she doesn't want to see him any more.
Toadie is pleased to hear that Anne has dumped Justin. Billy wonders whether he should talk to Anne or not about it but Toadie reckons he should be there for her, be her shoulder to cry on, pile on the sympathy... and she'll fall straight into his arms.
TOADIE: Don't try to be her boyfriend alright. Show her you're the one who understands her pain. Works beautifully.
Billy is all set now!
Meanwhile Susan and Lisa are clearing the school of the drawing of Susan; someone has put them up all over the school. Lisa is still amazed at how Susan is dealing with the whole thing and she repeats the advice she dished out earlier.
The Coffee Shop
Billy decides to put into practice Toadie's words of wisdom. Anne is still stunned at how Justin behaved and is glad she is still friends with Billy but does put the kybosh on them being boyfriend/girlfriend because she's gone off romance!
Susan drops by to see Tim and asks Hannah about who's responsible because she's impressed. Hannah is relived to hear her say that then leaves them to it when Tim comes out of his room.
Susan is surprised to hear that Tim didn't volunteer to help with the walk. He explains that he doesn't feel connected to the others because he is older and thinks its best he continue to knuckle down with his studies instead. She points out that its good to have friends though.
Tim brings up that a book he's been reading (Hotel Sorrento) has been turned into a play and it's on in the theatre and he invites Susan to come with him to see it (she wanted to check it out before recommending it to the students). She's a bit stunned at the invitation but they arrange to meet at 7pm to go to the theatre.
Lance is just about finished doing another drawing and Toadie remarks that everyone liked the one about Susan and so they should rake the money in. He shows Toadie the drawing (its Lisa this time) and is having doubts that he's gone a bit too far but Toadie doesn't think so and tells Lance to run off as many copies as they can!