Steph informs Marc that she thinks she's pregnant.
Flick confesses to Marc that she's in love with him, and thinks he loves her too.
Susan arrives home, but find's no one is around and the house is empty. She turns around to find a Post-it note on the back of the door.
Door - Welcome Home
Mirror - I Missed You
Bedroom Door - I Really Missed You.
She opens the bedroom door.
KARL: Hello, Bring me a present?
SUSAN: Sure did. Have to promise to unwrap it slowly though
She takes off her coat and walks into the bedroom.
Flick apologises to Marc, telling him that she had to tell him, but that she knows he's going to marry Steph and that she'll deal with it. He tells her that they should deal with it together, but she tells him not to worry as after the wedding she's going to leave and travel the world - she is free single after all. He tells her that he'll miss her, and more than just at work.
Dee yells to Steph to hurry up as the two minutes are up. Steph comes out the bathroom, and shows Dee the pregnancy test, she's pregnant. Steph wonders if she should tell Marc straight away, but Dee advises her to get a blood test done first to make absolutely sure. Stuart sleepily appears and is scared by Steph's hyperactive state. Steph runs of squealing as Stuart grabs some breakfast.
The gorgeous Tad arrives back to find Harold isn't about. He spots Flick at a table and she is pleased to see him return. He warns that he won't be around for long, as they've asked him to join the second leg of the tour; Extreme Sports across the US, and he's only got a few days to organise his stuff before they set off to America.
Karl offers Susan coffee from the fancy coffee machine. She isn't so sure about accepting something from the firm that just sacked their son, but has one anyway. He spots a bag on the counter and she pulls out a present for him. It turns out to be a tribal carving that Susan was so delighted with she got one for everyone. Karl isn't so impressed. Susan is sad that she missed both the Hancock's leaving (she's the only one) and Elle. Karl isn't impressed to hear that she bought Elle a dress while he only got a funny looking carving, so she gives him his second present; a shirt. Karl is pleased by his second present that he heads to the bedroom to try it on, but as he disappears, Susan inquires as to where he's going to place his carving. After not being allowed to put it in the garage or the hallway (where no one will see it), he places it on top of the piano, though quickly puts it in a pot while Susan isn't looking.
Stuart is shocked that Dee is superficial, but she claims that she just knows what she wants in a guy and recons he's jealous of Marc. He asks her to describe her 'perfect' male.
DEE: He would have to be caring, considerate, reliable. I'd want him to be ambitious, but not ruthless, .... thoughtful, intelligent, but not someone with too much baggage.
Stuart jokes that he's ruled out, but Dee just wants someone to make her laugh. At that moment, Toadie arrives back, giving them both a surprise. Looking through his mail, he notices that most of it is junk, apart from one letter from Maggie.
Steph tells Marc that she is most definitely pregnant, but he doesn't seem all that happy. He claims that he is just shocked and stunned by it, but she is upset that he isn't showing any signs of being happy or pleased for them.
It eventually sinks into Marc that he's going to be a father, and he smiles. They hug.
Dee wanders into the kitchen to find Toadie pondering over the letter from Maggie. She tells him he won't know what she said unless he opens it, but he's not sure he wants to. He tells her he wrote quite a lot of deep and meaningful stuff in the letter to Maggie, which he needed to and she points out that the fact that Maggie did leave with Evan shows that that was what she wanted. He agrees and puts the letter down on the counter unopened.
Toadie pops over to see Tad, who teases him about being sent to the country to do legal work, rather than the city. Toadie tells him he rather enjoyed having business meetings at the race tracks.
TAD: Mate, you'll be giving legal advice to cows in no time!
Toadie asks Tad how the tour went, and Tad tells him it felt like he was on a complete adrenaline high the whole time. Toadie jokes that it'll take him three weeks to come down, but Tad tells him he doesn't have the time as they are off to start the tour again in the US.
TOADIE: That's great. You know they won't let you into the country.
TAD: No, they won't if I can't find my passport. I have turned this place upside down.
Toadie wonders if Harold would know where it is, but Tad wonders if he left it at number 30 when he last stayed there. They head off.
Flick tells Stu that she's glad that she told Marc, as now it's off her chest and she can relax. he tells her that it's a bit extreme to be running away, but she claims she's going to go and travel. She points out that he arrived in Erinsborough as a result of running away. As they tease each other, Steph arrives with a Moco delivery. While Stu goes to put the delivery away, Steph asks what's going on between Flick and Stu, but Flick tells her it's nothing. She notices Steph's grin, and Steph confirms that she is indeed pregnant.
Tad is now in the process of turning up everything over at Toadie's place. Dee doesn't look impressed as she watches from afar, occasionally snatching things out of Tad's hands. As Tad searches, he absent mindedly knocks Toadie's letter onto the floor, and before anyone notices, Bob picks it up and runs off with it. Toadie suggests that Tad should wait for Harold to return.
TAD: I can't. I can't just sit around and wait tight. I need my passport, and I need it now. I'm going to check the living room again.
Dee doesn't look too impressed, and tries to get Toadie to stop him, but Toadie notices that Maggie's letter has gone. He asks Dee what she's done with it, but she tells him that she hasn't done anything and she's not going to stop him from reading it.
TOADIE: Well I'd like to read the letter, but I can't read the letter, because it's not there!
DEE: Well, maybe the passport fairy came and took it!
As Toadie and Dee bicker, Tad comes through and suddenly remembers that he may have left his passport at the Kennedy's. On hearing the name, Toadie remembers that they'll have Maggie's new address and follows Tad out of the door.
Karl has placed the carving on the fireplace to Susan's agreement and apologises for having to go to work, encouraging her to have a rest and recover from the flight. It doesn't last long as Toadie and Tad arrive. Karl quickly hides the carving and disappears into the bedroom. Tad asks if he'd be able to check Bill's room for his passport. Susan gives Toadie his present.
TOADIE: Oh, it's a little ugly wooden guy, cooooooooool.
SUSAN: You seem genuine!?
Susan tells him it was supposed to be a joke, but he's not to tell Karl. They talk about a statue that Lou brought back a few years before.
TOADIE: You see that was bad. But this is really bad!
SUSAN: So, that makes that cool?
Susan offers him a coffee, but Toadie explains that he was just after Maggie's address. Susan suggests that he stays around and have the coffee anyway.
Lassiter's Complex - Outside Lou's Place
Stuart comes outside with two beers and sits down next to Marc. He tells him that he knows Marc doesn't know him, but he's got a story to tell him.
Stuart explains how he found out about his fiancé and best mate having an affair just before he was due to get married and he was glad that he found out as he was able to escape. He advises Marc to think about his own position.
STUART: The trick is to quit while you are ahead, come clean and take the consequences.
He gets up and leaves.
Susan advises Toadie whether he thinks getting in contact with Maggie is really the best thing to do given the circumstances. At that moment, both Karl and Tad appear out of the bedrooms, and Karl stops Tad from turning anything else up, after going through both Billy and Libby's rooms. He talks about creative visualisation as a technique for remembering things.
KARL: And if that doesn't work, give 'em a nasty shock.
TAD: I've already had a nasty shock. I came home and discovered my passport missing.
Karl and Tad head off. Toadie admits he should go too, but thanks Susan for the chat. He tells her it's made him see that Maggie has already said goodbye, so there's not much more he can do about it.
TOADIE: Time to get over it. Give up wanting stuff that I can't have, like love and happiness and a life.
SUSAN: Don't you ever give up on those things, they will come.
TOADIE: Can you give me some kind of time frame? Not within the week, but within the year, that'd be great!
Flick hands Marc her resignation, telling him to take it how he likes, as it's her decision not his fault. He comments how Stuart talked to him earlier, and asks who else she's told. She tells him that no one else knows, as she's hardly proud of it. She turns around and walks away.
Flick arrives to find Tad has covered the floor with everything and anything as he searches for his passport. She tells him that she has handed in her resignation, and plans to come and join him in the States after the wedding. Tad looks shocked. He tells her he's remembered where he kept his passport (finally). He goes to the dresser and opens a tin, but instead of finding his passport he finds a note.
'Looking for something?'