Libby asks Susan to move in with her and Ben.
Michelle and Tahnee quiz Nina about the song she wrote.
The girls are sitting nattering about Nina's crush, which she still denies, though they eventually get her to admit there is someone, as 'he's not tall'. Connor arrives and tells Michelle she has to get home to rescue the babies from Joe. Tahnee and Nina stay behind and Nina eventually admits she has a crush on Connor, but he's with Michelle so there is nothing she can do about it. She rates him 11 out of 10. Tahnee encourages her to tell her why she likes him.
NINA: He's everything you'd ever want, he's handsome and he's funny and I can't stop thinking about him.
Tahnee wonders if she'd ask Connor out if he wasn't going out with Michelle and after a lot of persuasion Nina eventually admits she wouldn't say no. Suddenly Tahnee changes her mood and becomes all bitchy:
TAHNEE: I cannot believe you are saying that about your best friend's boyfriend. You should be completely ashamed of yourself.
Tahnee asks what Michelle is going to say when she finds out about it all, but Nina comments that she doesn't have to know.
Lou tells Rosie a friend has found him a pub in Byron Bay so that he can move up there and be close to her. Harold arrives and explains that he's made a petition to give to the arch-bishop to try and change his mind. Rosie thanks them both for being so kind, but points out that Harold may need a couple of hundred signatures to make the arch-bishop change his mind.
Max is yelling at Boyd to hurry up so they can go and play cricket before it gets dark. Boyd slowly appears carrying the kit, but tells his dad he's not keen on the idea. Max is all enthusiastic about it and tells Boyd he's been looking forward to it all day. Boyd tells him he'd rather skateboard, as he gets the same thrill out of it as Max does with cricket. They agree not to go play and Max offers that he could sell the new kit to their cousins. Boyd apologises.
Summer pops over to find out how the petition is going as they need to keep Nana Rosie in Erinsborough. She offers to help Harold with the petition and plans to get 500 signatures each. Harold decides they should leave it till the morning.
Next morning, Lyn asks Michelle and Tahnee if they'd be able to come and help down at the salon, sorting out the costumes that Gino has agreed to make; ironing and hemming etc. Tahnee agrees they would, but they've got the babies to look after.
Boyd is out and about skating around in the street as Connor comes out with Harvey. He praises him with his skating and Boyd comments that he wishes his dad felt the same way. Nina walks past but ignores Connor saying hello, and heads to the Scully house. Connor offers Boyd to make a ramp so that he can show Max his trick.
Michelle suggests they could get Joe to look after the babies, and Lyn thinks it's a fabulous idea. Lyn wonders if Nina would like to come, at which point she arrives. Lyn and Michelle rush off to get the sewing machine leaving Nina and Tahnee alone. Tahnee tells Nina she's got a nerve showing up, but Nina doesn't feel like she's got anything to be ashamed of. Tahnee won't promise that she'll keep it a secret from Michelle.
A Good Hair Day
Michelle comments on the style of the clothes, and Lyn reminds her they're for the stage, not the street. Tahnee persuades Nina to do the job that she's supposed to be doing, so Lyn gives Tahnee and Michelle other jobs to do. Lyn is called by Gino to go and collect some stuff so leaves the girls by themselves.
Max grabs the attention of all the customers and explains that there is no longer lamb on the menu but beef. He tells them to enjoy whatever comes. Lou comments on his impressive announcement, and likens it to Rosie's sermon's. He comments that he's found a pub and is thinking of following her North. Max is used to it though as she left home when he was just 13 to go and find herself.
Connor and Boyd place the skating ramp in place; they managed to find one that Joe made a few years back. Connor points out how Joe probably doesn't have a need for it now, what with only daughters at home, and reminds Boyd that not everyone sees skating as impressive as they don't know enough about it. They head off to get his board.
Harold arrives so Summer rushes to see him. He only managed to get 15 signatures, but she picked up 31. He asks her to show him the tricks of the trade after lunch, but she agrees only if she's in charge.
A Good Hair Day
Tahnee gets Nina to try on a red wig. She and Michelle agree that Nina should go red as it suits her. Michelle asks if they'd like some food, so she'll pick some up while she's out getting the hair spray. Once Michelle has left, Tahnee recons Nina should tell her as she looks uncomfortable. Nina refuses, but asks what she wants to keep quiet. Tahnee reassures her not to do anything, but is still being quite bitchy about it.
Harold and Summer run into Gladys, who on seeing that they have a petition, isn't that keen on sticking around. Summer asks if she'll help stop her Nana from going away, and Gladys kindly signs the petition. Harold is surprised at how Summer persuaded her, but reminds her they can't bend the truth about the situation.
A Good Hair Day
Michelle arrives back to find Tahnee dying Nina's hair. She asks what's going on and Tahnee explains that Nina persuaded her into doing it. Nina stays silent, and looks a little miffed, but Michelle comments that they should tidy things up before her mum comes back.
Harold arrives and informs Rosie and Lou that they have 60 signatures on the petition. Harold offers it to Lou and Max to sign. Lou signs it, but Max offers Rosie his travel suitcases instead!
A Good Hair Day
Tahnee takes the heater off Nina's hair and it would seem Nina's hair has turned green. Tahnee jokes that Connor will like it as he's Irish, but Michelle and Nina aren't impressed. Lyn arrives back to find the three of them standing by the mirror with all the mess around them.
Lyn drives up and thanks the girls for an entertaining arvo. She tells Michelle to come inside, but not to be too long. Michelle tells Nina, who is now wearing a scarf on her head, she'll have to go outside at some time. Nina gets out the car and apologises to Connor for not being able to sing, before leaving, quite upset. Michelle and Tahnee tell Connor not to ask, as they head inside.
Over on the ramp, Boyd and Summer are sitting at the top whilst Max arrives. Connor explains that it's Boyd's chance, so Summer gets Max to watch as Boyd lines himself up. Boyd takes to the ramp, but misses the jump and falls off. The others run over.
Harold is on the phone to the Bishop, and has persuaded them to re-think Rosie's situation. Lou isn't so impressed by it, and tells Harold his efforts would be best put into helping Rosie with the move, not hindering it. Harold realises that Lou is thinking more about his feelings for Rosie, than her family or the community.
HAROLD: Well you can stick this in your pipe and smoke it Louis. Rosie is not going to leave Erinsborough; not whilst there's a single breathe left in this body.