Writer: Lyn Ogilvy
Director: David Myles
Christine Mance: Rainey Carah
Mike Healey: Andrew Blackman
Drew telling Libby that he saw Mike kissing his ex-wife.
Libby gets very angry and storms out.
Karl says he's never known Drew to lie and neither has Libby.
Mike insists that Drew is lying. He says it was a friendly kiss. Libby is suspicious though - she wants Mike to tell her that Drew is wrong. He lies and says that Drew is mad. He is about to go and pick up Sasha and tries to leave quickly.
Toadie is trying to get Lance to help out at Uni FM. He needs help with some jelly, but Toadie won't tell Lance exactly why he needs it.
Amy comes in. She wants Lance's advice on a going-away present for Anne. The choice is between a photo of Bill and a paperweight. Toadie says the old gang is going to get a bit small.
Toadie asks Amy to help out with the jelly too and she agrees.
Car port of No.32
Libby tells Mike that she doesn't believe that Drew was lying to her. Mike says he just misconstrued the situation. Libby says that Drew has no reason to lie to her. But if what Drew said is true, Mike does. Mike goes off to pick up Sasha and says he'll talk to Libby when he gets back. Libby is very cross.
Drew tells Lou that Libby thinks he's lying about the kiss. Lou thinks he did the right thing - Libby will come around. He says she'll realise that Mike has been cheating on her.
Susan thinks the reason people don't divorce when they split up is because they secretly want to get back together one day. Libby says that either Mike wants a life with her or with Victoria, he can't have both. Susan says Libby has to tell Mike that.
Libby asks if what happened with Karl and Sarah was a complete surprise to her. Susan says it was at first, but when she thought about it there were a lot of clues. Libby says that how she feels now - a lot of things are starting to make sense.
Karl comes in but Libby and Susan send him away. Libby says she really wants to believe Mike, but she doesn't know if she can.
Mike is still making out that the kiss was a friendly one. Libby wants to know why he denied the kiss initially. Mike says he was trying not to hurt Libby. Libby is still suspicious though - Drew wouldn't have told her about it if it were that innocent.
Libby says that it takes someone really close to you to tell you what you don't want to hear. Bill told Susan about Sarah, and Drew, her closest friend, told her. She says that Drew didn't want to tell her, but he knew he had to. He didn't see a friendly kiss - he saw Mike kissing Victoria passionately. Mike says it's Drew's word against his.
Libby asks Mike about all those nights he stayed over at Victoria - were they really for Sasha's sake? She says she knows Mike loves her, but she doesn't know if he loves Victoria as well.
Mike says that he loves Libby and wants to be with her. Libby says it's not enough and goes off to get ready for work.
Karl and Susan are chatting about the orienteering trip - they think Phil and Ruth will make it as difficult as possible for them.
Susan says Karl is doing a good job of avoiding the subject of Libby and Mike. Karl says he feels like a hypocrite - he can't give Libby advice. Susan says that they need to talk about it between themselves, even though it brings up painful memories for them.
Libby arrives for work. Toadie offers to take her shift. Drew comes in, sees Libby there and hesitates. Drew comes up to the bar. Libby snaps at him but apologises. She tells Drew that he was right. Drew tells her gently that he never wanted her to get hurt. Libby says everything would have been alright if he'd just kept his mouth shut. But she isn't really mad with Drew.
Libby asks Susan why Mike had to lie to her. Susan says she can't change how people behave - only the way she reacts to their behaviour. Susan thinks that she behaved impeccably with Mike and is very proud of her. Libby says she just wants to be happy, and she isn't.
Toadie has got a paddling-pool full of jelly. He says Lance is the first competitor in the jelly-wrestling competition. Lance says there is no way he is rolling around in jelly.
In the next scene, Lance is getting into the jelly. Toadie announces the jelly pool wrestling championships on the radio. Everyone in the studio claps. He is up against a female tutor from the Philosophy department. She gets into the jelly. They start to wrestle.
The Coffee Shop
Drew is sitting at the counter looking depressed. He dials a number on his phone but hangs up quickly.
The Philosophy tutor has won the wrestling. Lance is not amused. Toadie pushes Amy into the jelly. She starts to wrestle the Philosophy tutor.
The Coffee Shop
Mike comes in and has a go at Drew. He says he resents Mike and Libby's happiness. Drew says that Libby has a right to know she's being cheated on. Mike says Drew knows nothing about his relationship with Victoria, but Drew tells him not to flatter himself - everyone can see what's going on. Mike looks worried.
Amy has won the wrestling competition and they Philosophy tutor congratulates her. Amy says she'd have beaten Lance easily. Lance challenges her to a jelly wrestle. They start to roll around in the jelly(!).
There are some flowers with a card, "Dear Libby, please forgive me, I love only you, Mike". Libby calmly picks up the flowers and throws them out of the kitchen window. Karl is surprised. He asks if she got anywhere talking to Mike and he can listen if she wants to talk. Libby says she doesn't want to talk about it.
Amy and Lance's wrestle has ended in a draw. They go off to find a shower. Amy notices a necklace that Lance is wearing and asks where he got it. Lance says it's nothing special.
Garden of Lou's house
Drew is fixing a lawnmower and Lou brings him out a cup of tea. Lou emphasises to Drew that he did the right thing - Libby just shot the messenger, that's all. He suggests that Drew gets away for a few days but he'd rather keep busy.
Amy is wearing a towel after changing out of her jelly-stained clothes. She asks Lance about the necklace again. He says it's nothing to do with her. She asks if it's a present from the girl in Mildura.