Stuart wants all the gossip from Steph
Karl informs Rosie that he would like to test Summer for narcolepsy.
Rosie has settled Summer onto the sofa with a range of magazines and food to keep her occupied. Returning to the kitchen, Rosie informs Lou that Karl has mentioned both epilepsy and narcolepsy as possible conditions, though both will require testing. She asks that they don't mention anything to Summer until the results come through from pathology, as it could still be nothing at present.
Rosie isn't so sure about Lou selling up on the pub, but Lou is convinced it's his time to take retirement and even with Rosie's kind offer of helping out, he doesn't want to see their relationship ruined by them working together.
Summer calls through from the lounge. She claims her sight has gone blurry again, so Rosie runs off to grab her some sherbet. With the sherbet in her hands and the adults gone, she settles back down and smiles smugly to herself.
With no customers about Harold decides that they should probably close up. Penny takes the opportunity to mention how she's been getting to know Darcy's mum Carmel, and how they've even had a bit of fun at Darcy's expense.
PENNY: For once it looks as though my big mouth didn't get me into trouble!
Harold's mind is elsewhere though as he still can't figure out why they have lost so much custom.
Next morning, Lou, Rosie and Summer are enjoying a coffee, as Toadie comes by. He mentions the bridal party at Lassiter's and wonders if Rosie will be going. Rosie doesn't really have much of an interest in it, but Summer is keen to go. Rosie reminds her that it's a school day, but Summer suddenly comes over all ill. Lou offers to take her home and rest to allow Rosie to go to work.
Toadie tries to cheer Harold up by mentioning the crowd of people at the bridal fayre outside, and reassures Harold that he'll have some customers soon enough. Reading the paper, Toadie spots a report on a local Café as the source of a food poisoning outbreak. Harold wants to sue, but Toadie warns him that the paper hasn't mentioned any names and so there is nothing to sue them against.
Stuart has a challenge for Steph, to beat her in a game of pool. Feeling so confident he declares that should she win, he will fit any part she likes onto her 'rust bucket' of a bike of hers. The phone rings but Steph has her hands full, so asks Stuart to answer it; it's Flick. Steph doesn't want to talk to her sister, so Stuart covers for her, claiming he's visiting Drew. Flick reports that she has caught up with Tad in Santa Barbara. Ending the conversation, Steph thanks Stuart, but warns him that it doesn't mean she'll be easier to beat at the pool table.
Summer is continuing to work her 'illness' to her advantage, continuing to ring her bell and ask Lou for lemonade and ice-cream.
LOU: I scream, you scream, everybody screams.
Lou reminds Summer that her grandmother is worried about her through all of this.
Toadie and Dee are getting ready for the bridal fayre. Toadie is dressed in a tux, when Dee appears in a bridal dress. Toadie is impressed.
TOADIE: You're like the Drew Barrymore to my Tom Green.
DEE: Oh come on, you're much more sick and twisted than Tom Green.
With their outfits completed they head on down to the event
Steph watches as Stuart limbers up for the pool game. Crouching down to take the first shot, Steph begins a commentary. Stuart decides, that as she is so cocky, they may as well up the ante, to Oakey rules: looser has to drop their trousers and run around the table. Steph agrees. Game on.
Harold and Penny are busy sorting through all the stock in the back kitchen, working out which of the food produce is still fit to sell. Penny feels her skills would be better suited to serving on the counter, but Harold wants her to stay in the kitchen. He asks if she's ever mentioned the food poisoning rumours to anyone and she admits she told Dee (in a very loud voice, so that everyone could hear) one day the previous week in the store. Harold realises this could be the source of their issues, and believes that anyone who heard Penny's outcry read too much into the situation and saw it as a cover-up rather than the truth that it was. Poor Penny can't see what she has done wrong.
Stuart takes the honoury Oakey lap around the pool table, and declares Steph to a re-match. Steph points out that she has to go back to work, but Stuart is desperate not to lose and ups the steaks to a lap of the complex.
STEPH: I don't know where this confidence comes from, because it's so not backed up by reality.
STUART: It's time to wipe that cocky smile off your face.
STEPH: Rack 'em up, farm boy.
Lou brings Summer some lunch and takes the opportunity to ring her bell back at her. Waking up from her pretend sleep, she thanks 'Uncle Lou'. Lou is touched by this comment, but still won't take any nonsense about what she will and won't eat. He leaves her to her lunch and heads out into the garden. Summer takes the opportunity to put her shoes on and head out to the bridal fayre.
The Bridal Fayre is in full swing as Toadie and Dee volunteer by handing out leaflets. Toadie's sales pitch is working well, though the fact he keeps saying 'I do' freaks Dee out. Summer wanders past and is quick to label them Barbie and Ken. Toadie isn't impressed, but Dee decides they need to go pester more people.
DEE: Come on 'hubby', let's go.
Stuart and Steph are onto the next round of pool, and Toadie and Dee are the topic of conversation. Stuart can't believe he saw the two of them watching a trashy romance show with Bob on the sofa for an entire night. Steph wonders if something could be happening, especially given the kiss they shared at the truth or dare game at the Coffee Shop.
STUART: No no no, I refuse to believe it, Toadie and Dee are just mates.
Stuart's go ends and Steph is all prepared to win again, until the white follows the black into the pocket. Stuart grabs her hands and drags her outside to allow her to complete her lap of honour.
Once outside, Steph is shocked to see Toadie and Dee all dressed up as the main leaders of the bridal fayre. Stuart and Steph watch on and laugh.
On the other side of the complex, Lou comes across a happy, cheerful Summer, busy playing with the gifts she'd picked up. Rosie appears and is happy to see that Summer is feeling better. Lou is annoyed at the way Summer has manipulated the situation, but Rosie is happy for her to spend some time at the fayre.
Toadie and Dee have gathered quite an audience, of whom Stuart and Lou are teasing Toadie about getting married to Dee, especially as Rosie is standing right with them, Harold tells Toadie not to listen, but in his embarrassment he drops all the paperwork into the pond.
Stuart turns to Steph and reminds her of their deal, to run around the complex. Knowing the audience she would have, Steph suggests they up the steaks to running around the lake rather than the complex and head back inside for a re-match.
Dee joins Toadie at the lake. He sits quietly as she reminds him not to take the comments Lou and Stuart said to heart. he claims that nothing is wrong, though won't open up to Dee. Dee tries to get him to talk, but Toadie is saved as Stuart comes running past in nothing other than a bridal skirt.