Dee asks Toadie what's troubling him, and tells him he can talk to her.
Karl worries whether his own wife will be scared of him, if, or when she returns. He just wants her back.
Darcy is trying to tell Penny that he misses her but the phone line breaks up. He suggests Karl calls it a night, but Karl tells him he'd rather keep busy. Darcy points out that it's not very important, and issues doctors orders. Libby arrives with some food for Karl and although he snaps at first, he apologises and thanks her. She tells him that she can feel that Susan is alright, but Karl isn't so sure and admits all he can feel is a knot in his stomach. She advises him to eat something if he isn't heading home.
Dee finds Toadie sitting with earphones on ignoring her. She tells him to stop it and that they should sort it out, but he plays as if there isn't anything to sort. She asks him to talk about it, but Toadie makes it seem as though she's getting her own way. She tells him that he shouldn't be putting himself down all the time, and that she didn't kiss him out of pity either. He asks why she makes things so complicated. She asks what's complicated, and he explains that it's changed everything, and he liked it how they were.
TOADIE: Right now, we are friends and I'm hoping it can stay that way.
Darcy bumps into a Penny look-alike at the bar and accidentally knocks her over. He helps her up and it would appear she has sprained her ankle, so offers to take her to the surgery. Joe and Lyn watch as he helps her limp out the pub. Lou comes to see Joe and Lyn and asks them how the meal is. Joe comments for a free meal it's pretty good and Lyn comments that Rosie was very kind to offer them the prize. Lou asks if they've seen Rosie since, but Lyn tells him they haven't. Libby arrives and asks them if they can help her take Karl's mind of Susan for a while.
Darcy helps Penny-look-alike into the surgery and through into his consulting room, where Karl follows them. Darcy explains how it was his fault, but she tells him it was just as much hers. Karl tries to help, but Darcy tells him that he is able to take care of it, so Karl leaves them to it.
Lou finds Boyd mixing up some food for Roxy in the kitchen. Boyd is upset that Roxy will be going to the shelter later that day, but Lou reminds him that they'll take care of her. He thanks Lou for letting him keep Roxy for so long, and Lou tells him it was fine, before heading out.
Lou wanders in and finds Karl busy in paperwork. He informs him that they are off to play some golf, as he needs the break. Karl insists that he can't take a break, but Lou informs him that Darcy says he can. Karl isn't impressed by the idea, but Lou opens the door to show the support crew of Darcy, Lyn and Joe. Darcy tells him that he can cover his patients for him, and Joe tells him a bit of golf will be good to get his mind off things. Karl thanks them for their concerns, but says he'll feel stupid playing golf, and would rather do his paperwork and then head down to the police station later. He apologises and turns back to his office. Lou reminds him he knows where to find him if he changes his mind.
Erinsborough Golf Club
Lou sits on the buggy as Joe lines up for his shot. It would seem he has lost a ball a hole so far, off into the ponds and bushes. His run of luck doesn't change as his next one heads straight for a body of water. Lyn admits that none of them are really in the mood to play golf, as they are thinking about Karl, but Lou recons they should continue as they are there. Lyn lines up to take her shot and totally misses hitting the ball!!
Dee pops over to see Libby and Ben. They natter about how quick Ben is growing up and Libby comments that she likes the concept of 'couple with child' rather than family. Dee starts getting nosey about Libby's past boyfriends and asks her if she was friends with any of them first. Libby tells her how she and Darren were friends first, but she would've preferred it if they'd stayed friends as they knew too much about one another and as a result the relationship failed. Dee points out that she was friends with Drew first too, but Libby claims it was different, right from the start. She tells Dee that there was a kind of energy there, and they only felt it with one another. Dee agrees; you're not sure when it's there, but you know when it's not! Is anyone else totally confused by this conversation too? I guess that's what love does to you!!
It would seem that Darcy has been and bought the Penny-look-a-like out for dinner. As they finish their meal, she thanks him and he enquires as to her living. She explains that she works for a travel agent, and has been asked to check out Lassiter's that evening. Darcy comments that it seems more interesting than being a doctor, which leads he to talk about his bedside manner. He tells her he's blushing and she asks if he can help her over to Lassiter's with her ankle; he accepts.
Erinsborough Golf Club
Lou teases Lyn as she lines up for a shot in the sand, but she gets annoyed and misses, so Joe takes over, and also misses the shot. Karl pulls up in a buggy and explains how he was beginning to get threats from the police about spending too long down at the station, so decided to come and find them. Lyn gets him to take her shot and he manages to successfully hit it. She gives him a hug and tells him it's good to see him again.
As Darcy settles up the bill, Penny-look-a-like-who-is-infact-called-Sindi invites the doc to come up and visit her suite in the hotel. He explains that he has work to do, so she tempts him into it by explaining that he could have a drink to relax before returning to work. She starts to make a move on him, but he pulls away, explaining that although he's not married, he has feelings for someone, and just wanted to make sure her ankle was better. She gets up and storms out, explaining that her ankle was fine.
Toadie is looking at the property pages as Dee arrives back. She asks if she can have some of the left-overs from the fridge and enquires as to why he's looking through the paper. She wonders if she would be able to get a say as she thought they were moving together. Toadie tells her that he's looking at one bedroom flats. She puts the food back into the fridge and walks out, obviously feeling hurt.
A Random Shed
Boyd has brought Roxy down to a shed, telling her that he'll come and visit. Someone watches from a distance as he puts Roxy into the shed, closes the door and walks away.
Libby pulls Ben's pram up to the rotunda where she finds Dee sitting on one of the benches inside. She notices that she's upset and asks what's up. Dee explains how she got home to find Toadie looking for a one bed apartment, which she didn't even know he had planned to do. Libby sympathises with her for a bit, and Dee wonders what one has to do to find a good bloke, who isn't a cheat or liar.
DEE: The crazy truth is. He was this kind, gentle, most honest man, I've ever met. He was right under my nose and I didn't even realise it.
LIBBY: Why don't you do something about it?
DEE: There's nothing I can do. Toad acts as though I don't exist. I just wish I'd never met him.
It would seem that Karl won the golf, and although her recons the others let him win, he admits it did take his mind of Susan for a while. They tease Joe about the twelve shots it took him to complete the par five hole. As Karl gets up to go to the bar, his mobile rings. He tells the person on the phone that he'll be there in ten to fifteen minutes before hanging up, and turning back to his support crew.
KARL: That's Susan. She's come home.
He rushes off.