Elle persuades Tad to kiss her.
Darcy is taken off to hospital after a heart attack.
Libby tells Drew of the intruder that came down, and was a friend of Terri's
As Drew pushes Ben through the park, he spots a dodgy deal taking place between someone who looks like Terri and a guy. He approaches them and informs them they're close to a school, and they don't want people doing dodgy business like that around the area. They head off.
Dee arrives to find Darcy already in his room. She informs him that she will be his nurse for the next eight hours and gives him a gown to get dressed into. She explains that they'll hook him up to an ECG, and then take some bloods. He questions if she'll use the biggest needle, but she explains she won't let her personal matters affect her professionalism. She tells him that he'll go for a cardiogram later if they can find the required organ in him, and leaves him to take a urine sample!
Stuart tries to get some cash out of Matt but it would seem they are both as broke as each other. They discuss their various debts, and Matt admits that even with two jobs on the go he's only just covering his payments. Stuart mentions the possibility of him moving home, but Matt isn't so keen on the idea, so Stuart jokes he could find another job as a nurse. Matt admits that Dee must have some good looking friends, which leads him to question Dee and Stu. Stuart informs him they are just acquaintances, and nothing more.
Over the other side of the pond, Terri walks out the pub with some friends, and once they've left turns back inside. She explains to Drew that she just owed a friend some money earlier, but Drew doesn't soften and explains that they don't want whatever business she is involved in taking place around the area.
Darcy's Hospital Room
Dee walks in on Darcy still collecting his urine sample behind the curtain. He tells her he won't be long so she stays. Once he's finished she sends him back to the bed and starts to prepare the blood sampling kit.
DARCY: Yes, that's how you like us isn't it. Tied up and reduced to stats on our bodily fluids.
DEE: Trust me Darcy, that's your most interesting feature.
Stuart and Matt arrive back discussing the possibility of creating their own beer as a way to make money. Matt points out the slight detail that they'll need hops, sugar and yeast to get started and they can't even afford that. Realising just how broke he is Stu suggests he sells his car, but receives a definite no-no answer. On cue, Leo and Emily arrive to see Matt. Emily is dressed up as a vampire fairy and she and Stu start chasing each other around the house. Leo asks Matt if he'll drive him to the break dancing comp in Adelaide, offering him some money to take it. Matt isn't so sure, and recons they should talk to Evan, but Leo tells him if he doesn't drive him, he'll just get the bus anyway. Matt agrees to talk with Evan.
Darcy's Hospital Room
Darcy is hooked up to the ECG monitor, and it begins to bleep warning that his heart is becoming out of rhythm and beating too fast. Dee rushes in and he tells her all the necessary details. She decides they should wait for another minute before they call the cardiologist, but it is clear that Darcy is feeling nervous. They talk about his antibiotics and agree that they should be starting to work.
Michelle is trying to get her head around the concept that Tad kissed Elle and then left to see his uni mates, but Elle can't see past the fact that he kissed her and is not getting the whole 'mixed messages' thing. Michelle tries to find out if they are going on a date, but Elle doesn't seem to care and is just blissfully happy to the fact that Tad kissed her. Can't blame the girl!
Darcy's Hospital Room
Dee and Darcy discuss the wonders of Mr Hendry, the cardiogram consultant. Dee seems to believe that as a consultant he's nicer than the doctors and working on paediatrics makes him more human too. Darcy climbs into the wheelchair and they head off.
Matt is trying to persuade Evan to allow him to take Leo to the dance competition, but Evan is very much against the idea, though he admits it would be different if it was a chess or ballet competition. Evan claims that working with kids all day, he knows what they can be like, but Matt warns him not to bring his teaching attitude home and to treat his kids differently. Evan still isn't keen on the idea of Leo missing school and staying up late at night to go to this thing. Matt warns him that if he doesn't start trusting Leo he'll end up loosing him like he lost himself.
Tad explains to his fellow music colleagues the advantages of mixing over back-spinning. I'm guessing these are DJing terms. Elle and Michelle arrive and Elle asks if he'd like to hang out, but after introducing them to his friends as his neighbours, he heads over to the pub for a drink with his mates. Michelle questions if he's really a good guy, and Elle and I defend that he most definitely is!
Leo is making what looks like marmite, sorry, vegemite sandwiches though he tells young Em, that they're really vampire sandwiches that only vampire fairies can eat. He tells her that he's planning to go to a competition but that it's a secret and she can't tell Evan. However Evan overhears and tells Leo that if he was a bit older he would let him go, but at the moment he's just trying to look out for him, and sometimes that means being the bad guy. He tells Leo that one day he'll understand.
Michelle offers Elle some trashy food in front of a trashy film, but Elle doesn't seem too bothered. Tad arrives and Michelle starts to have a go at him, but Elle sends her off. He apologises for what happened before and points out that he was heading to the pub and she was underage so wouldn't have been able to go. He highlights that they live in different worlds, school, uni, and tells her it was a mistake to kiss. He says they should still be friends, but Elle isn't convinced and leaves.
Over the other side of the coffee shop, Leo walks in with a travel bag over his shoulder.
Darcy's Hospital Room
Dee asks Darcy how his scan went, and after the initial reply of 'fine' manages to establish that he has swelling around the nerves, which once subsided should mean he's in the clear. He asks her if she has a dog, and goes on to tell her about his dog Jessie, who is still living at home with his parents. He wonders whether it would still remember him, and mentions that he recons only six people would turn up to his funeral - not much to show for 34 years.
Darcy continues to wonder whether his life is worth living with so little to show. Dee asks him why he cheated on her with Tess.
DARCY: Because I could. Because of the buzz of playing the game; the thrill of nearly getting caught, you know, being naughty. But most of all, because I was loved, and I was loving two incredible women. .... At least I thought I had two women, but I didn't. I was a fool. It was all a sham, and I've pretty much lived my whole life like that.
Drew and Libby's Flat
Stu comes a knocking on the door rather loudly, late and night and immediately starts telling Drew about how two guys were down at the garage looking suspicious and didn't leave when he asked them too. He tells Drew he recons they were going to 'do over' the garage, so Drew grabs his coat and they both dash out the door.
Melbourne Bus Station
Leo arrives as the last few passengers climb onto a bus and it leaves. He dumps his bag on the ground and sits on it.
Drew and Stuart pull up silently in the car on the opposite side of the road from the garage and sit and wait. Just as they recon the people have been scared off a torch light appears from the garage. Realising that neither of them have their mobile and the phone booth is broken; they will have to tackle the intruders themselves. As they head over and peer through the window into the garage another vehicle pulls up outside. Drew and Stu decide to head inside and make an attack on the person inside, however it leads to trouble as the police make themselves known and Drew is tackled to the ground by a policewoman who turns out to be Terri.