- Caitlin telling Lance that he's got to make Amy see he's got a new girlfriend - her!
- Caitlin telling Lance at Little Tommy Tucker's that it's working!
- Amy warning Caitlin to keep her sleazy little hands away from Lance!
The next morning, Harold is playing his tuba while Paul accompanies him on electric guitar. They're in the lounge room, but Madge comes in and disconnects Paul's guitar from the power supply, saying that it's for sanity's sake! She reminds the two of them that they do have neighbours: this practice has got to stop. Paul asks if they're playing too loud. Madge tells him to ask the people ten suburbs away when their ears stop ringing!
Lou has turned up and he exclaims to Philip that he's glad the noise has stopped: only Harold could come up with a combination of tuba and electric guitar! He then tells Philip that he has a problem. Philip asks if he means Little Tommy Tucker's. Lou nods that it isn't going to plan: he spent a lot of time coming up with something that was a sure- fire failure and now it's going great guns; the last thing he wants is a hit on his hands! Philip points out that it's a little difficult to feel sorry for someone who can't help but make money; it's a probably he wouldn't mind having *himself*! Lou asks what they're going to do: he's got to lose some money and fast. Philip suggests that they don't panic: one good night does not a success make. Lou sighs that he's burdened with a successful business and there's nothing he can do about it!
Madge is telling Harold that she doesn't expect him and Paul to stop playing altogether, but it's the volume that's the problem. She then reminds him that they have that appointment this morning with the fellow from the council. Harold comments that he may have to cover for Sarah, but Madge suggests that he'd better sort something out. Paul joins them and Madge tells him and Harold to move it.
Libby and Drew are preparing for their kayaking. Libby realises she should have made a picnic, but Drew tells her that he's ordered a hamper from the coffee shop. Libby then comments to Drew in concern that it's not going to be a white- water place, is it? Drew assures her that they're going to the sports centre.
Paul and Mickey are working at the coffee shop and Mickey starts teasing Paul about being too scared to ask Hannah out! Madge hands Harold ten vegan slices to take the hospital and adds that if they get an allotment, he can set up a stall at the hospital and sell their veggies! Drew and Libby come in and Madge hands Drew a picnic basket. Libby looks impressed that he was so organised! The two of them head back out. Madge moves a couple of tins of sweets and chocolates from the top of the counter and suggests to Paul that they shouldn't leave things open to temptation, as a lot of stock has gone missing lately. Mickey smiles at Madge that they'll be on the look- out.
Amy joins Billy in the corridor and asks him if he spoke to Caitlin about her and Lance at swimming this morning. Billy, however, shrugs that he's completely confused about the whole affair. Lance walks in with Caitlin and mutters:
LANCE: Surprise, surprise, look who Amy's with.
As Amy walks goes to walk past the two of them, Caitlin leans in and kisses Lance on the lips! Amy can't help noticing...
Drew pulls up his van and he and Libby unload the kayak. They then get dressed in wetsuits and life jackets and lift the kayak into the water.
A short time later, Drew hands Libby a paddle and tells her to take fluid, even strokes - and no standing up! They start paddling. As the kayak glides along the water, Libby asks if she's doing OK and Drew smiles that she's doing fine.
Lance is in the corridor, looking into the classroom, where Amy is talking to Billy and pretending to laugh at what he's saying! Amy then watches as Caitlin approaches Lance in the corridor and moves close to him. She then decides to take action: she pulls Billy towards her and kisses him hard, as Lance and Caitlin watch!
Philip is sitting at the bar and Lou comments to him that it's nearly the end of the financial year: it doesn't give him long to lose a lot of money. He sighs that he's been damned by a winning streak! Philip comments that if people like his 'sing for your supper' thing, they'll keep turning up. Something appears to occur to Lou suddenly, though, and he grins:
LOU: Of course...
LOU: Why didn't I think of that before?!
PHILIP: Think of what? What is it?
LOU: Trust me, Phil. This time I can't fail to fail!
Libby is sitting with Drew, enjoying their picnic, and she smiles that this has been a great day. Drew suggests that they get back into it, as there are a couple of manoeuvres he wants to show her. Libby asks what he means and Drew explains about the Eskimo Roll, as you need to know how to right yourself if you tip over. Libby, however, reveals nervously that she's had a phobia ever since she was a little girl where she's petrified of being trapped underwater. Drew insists that he'll be with her the whole time: there's nothing that can or will go wrong. Libby doesn't look convinced.
Lance is sitting on the steps when Caitlin joins him. He mutters at her that this scheme of hers is becoming a nightmare: now Amy is kissing Bill. He tells her he wants to drop the whole thing and he asks her to just leave him in peace.
Paul serves a customer and then joins Mickey, who's taking sweets packets out of the tin on the counter but quickly changes what he's doing to make it look like he's putting them back in. Madge and Harold come in, Madge commenting that it's amazing that that land belonged to her grandfather: she recognised it the moment she saw it. Harold remarks that Jack Ramsay certainly owned a lot of land round there. He starts making plans for their veggie garden. Madge, however, points out that they haven't got formal permission yet. She then calls Paul and Mickey over and tells them that, considering the amount of work they've done, she's willing to consider their debt paid off - after this evening's shift. Lou comes in at that moment and tells Harold and Paul that he's got a proposition for them: he couldn't help hearing them playing their music this morning and wondered how they'd like to play at Little Tommy Tucker's!
Drew and Libby are paddling along, Drew with a smile on his face. They come to a halt and Drew says he'll count them in. Libby looks suddenly nervous. Drew tells her to remember everything they've rehearsed: she'll be fine. He counts to three and the two of them then hold their breaths and roll the kayak over and back up again. Libby bursts out laughing in relief when it's over!
Madge joins Lance and asks how things are. Lance starts explaining about his problems and Madge realises it's girl trouble! Caitlin comes in and Madge leaves the two of them two it. Lance reminds Caitlin that he asked her to leave him in peace, but Caitlin says:
CAITLIN: *Are* you in peace, Lance?
Lance snaps at her that the plan was never to get Amy together with Billy, it was to get her together with *him*. Billy comes in at that moment and tells Lance that they need to have a bit of a chat. Lance, however, retorts that he doesn't think they do, and he walks out. Billy sits down and asks Caitlin tersely exactly what is going on here.
A while later, Lance opens the front door to Billy, who heads inside and tells him that he knows there's some tension at the moment, but this thing with Amy is nothing; Amy kissed him out of the blue and he had no idea what was going on. He then asks why Lance is kissing Caitlin. Lance sighs that Caitlin came up with a plan to pretend to have a crush on him so that Amy would get jealous. Billy realises that Caitlin's kiss was pretend. Lance exclaims that it freaked him right out. He goes on that he's going to call things quits before they get further out of hand - and besides, it wasn't working. Billy, however, asks why he'd figure that; why *else* would Amy kiss *him*...?
Paul is about to head out, but Harold reminds him to make sure he comes straight back after his shift so that they can practice for their gig. He adds that he's made a list of numbers they could play - some old, some new - and a rehearsal schedule. Paul, however, says he thought he might go for a run after work. Harold comments in surprise that he's never been interested in running before. Paul insists that he has, but he's kept it quiet, that's all. With that, he dashes out.
Libby and Drew are telling Lou that they had a good time on their adventure. They move to a table and Libby smiles that she's still buzzing! Drew asks her if she's glad she did the roll. Libby tells him that it was terrifying, but exhilarating. She then smiles that it's so good to have a guy to hang out with and talk to without all that... She breaks off and Drew asks:
LIBBY: I don't want you to think that I've been chatting you up.
DREW (frowns): What are you trying to say?
LIBBY: I mean, I like you - I really do - but just as a friend. I'm not really looking for a relationship at the moment.
DREW (suddenly downcast): Oh. Right. I kind of thought we had more than that.
LIBBY (nervous): You did?
DREW: Yeah - especially after today.
LIBBY: Oh. Drew, I had no idea you felt that way.
DREW: I can't help the way I feel. Libby, I've loved you from the moment we met. Oh well... I guess I'm just going to have to return the ring!
Libby stares at him as she realises he was joking, and she sighs that he got her! Drew assures her that being friends is fine!
Paul is pleading with Madge, but Madge tells him that she won't do it: Harold will be devastated if he doesn't go through with it now. Paul says they're not good enough to play in public; they need heaps more practice. Madge tells him that Harold is so looking forward to it now, so if he wants to crush the man, he's on his own. With that, she tells Paul and Mickey that they're free to go. Mickey quickly hides some chocolates - but in Paul's bag. He heads out and Paul picks up his bag - and the chocolates fall out. Madge stares at him in astonishment.