Writer: Kim Leeanda Wilson
Director: Jovita O'Shaughnessy
Tahnee Coppin: Anna Jennings-Edquist
Angie Rebecchi: Lesley Baker
Kev Rebecchi: Don Bridges
Kev's note, Lyn tells Michelle Joe's hurt, Toadie asks Nina to sing the song
At Uni FM Nina starts to sing very badly but when Tahnee makes a sarcastic comment she rises to the occasion and the audience is stunned. Connor gives her a big hug, while Michelle looks on apprehensively.
Angie's just sitting in her dressing gown, completely tuned out. Flick tries to get her out of herself, but then Stuart suggests she come out with him for a driving lesson, in his 'new car', as he's bought Drew's.
Toadie receives a call from Kev just as he's going on air to talk about Nina's song. Connor's really involved in the discussion and calls himself Nina's agent, so Michelle wonders how he knows so much about it. Tahnee now insists she doesn't like the song.
Joe's still down and not speaking much. Lyn comes to the garage to say the panel wants to meet them to talk about the New York exchange, but he says they wouldn't want to talk to him.
Flick's very nervous about the lesson, but Stuart reminds her that she tackled Steph despite her fear and this is something they can work through together.
Michelle talks to Nina about the song in the Coffee Shop, being very supportive as Nina tries to talk it down. Michelle has just told Connor she wishes he'd told her about Nina and the song, when Tahnee comes in.
Nina tries to get it off her, but Tahnee taunts her by reading bits of it out and saying 'let's find out who the song's really about.' Michelle grabs the paper and despite everyone calling her back, storms off, and refuses to believe that Connor didn't know anything about Nina's feelings. She says she wants to believe him, but doesn't know what to believe any more.
Lyn's still trying to talk Joe into going to the interview when Michelle bursts in, crying and tells them what she's found out. Lyn doesn't believe he'd hurt her or cheat on her and Joe supports her, saying he's confident Connor wouldn't hurt her so they should talk to him and find out the facts.
Just as Flick's driving off, she almost collides with Kev. Stuart and Flick tell him Angie's a real mess, not eating or anything. He doesn't believe them at first or sympathise with her but gets home to see her, just as Toadie's on the phone to Dee. She looks as though she's thrilled to see him and runs up to him-only to start to throttle him. Toadie pulls her off and restrains her while Kev hurriedly shows her the money and she squeals with delight.
Nina talks to Connor, saying her thoughts should have stayed private and she wishes she could undo it. Connor tells her that they shouldn't be seen together and that nothing will ever happen between them, as he loves Michelle too much.
Angie tells Kev that she'd gone over and over it, but thought that even at their worst times, she didn't deserve this. He finally says he had to come back because he couldn't spend the money without her, it seemed wrong and because something was missing-her.
Connor talks to Joe, who says he trusts him but Connor has to sort things out with Michelle once she's ready to talk, which, if she's anything like her mother, could take anything from half an hour to two years.
Lyn's trying to persuade Michelle to start to think about the following day's interview, but getting nowhere until Joe comes in from making a snack. He won't talk to her about Connor, but starts advising her to wear her blue blouse as it matches his suit. He's going with them and begins to advise her about the interview.
Flick,Toadie and Stuart are celebrating when they look for Angie to join in. They'd thought she was in the bathroom, but she's taken the money out of the case and left a note 'Gone Fishing.'
Connor tells Michelle he loves her and knew nothing of Nina's feelings. When she asks if he's spoken to anyone else, he admits he talked to Joe and Nina, because she came to apologise for the trouble caused. She says she can't forget about what happened and now that she knows he talked to Nina before her, she can't trust him any more, so it's over.