Harold tells Lou it was wrong to use Rosie's fundraising sale to flog his DVD players. Lou tells him he's jealous because he didn't get one.
Stuart asks Lib how she and Ben are; he tells her he misses them, but he doesn't know what he's done wrong.
Stuart asks Libby what exactly is going on. He tells her that he cares for her and Ben, but asks why she's shutting him out. She tells him she doesn't know how she feels about him any more. He asks if it's gone beyond friendship. She explains with them pretending to be a couple for the magazine, and both looking after Ben together, her feelings towards him have changed. He tells her his has too, but she tells him nothing can happen as he is engaged to Flick and she's not ready yet. They agree to return to being just friends.
Lou explains to Harold how is short of two men for the speed dating that's going to be happening at the pub. Harold agrees to do it, so as to stop Lou from pestering him about it all day. Lou thanks him, explaining that he can be as boring and dull as he likes, but he doesn't have to date any of the women, just sit and talk to them. Harold isn't so sure. Max arrives for his shift. Lou asks him how he is and complements him on his jacket, before asking if he'd like a cup of coffee. Harold pats him on the shoulder and leaves!
Karl instructs Summer and Boyd to go through all the kitchen cupboards and pull out anything that's past it's use by date. Summer finds something from 1989 (do the Kennedy's ever clean!) and complains that it's going to take them ages. Karl tells her it'll serve them right for making prank calls, and leaves them too it. As Boyd begins to make a start, Summer takes a nosey peak through their drawers and discovers their phone bill. Boyd tells her to come and help.
Max reiterates to Lou that he won't do the speed dating, and besides, he's not over 40. Lou tells him it's only a minor point and that's he's desperate for another bloke. Max tells him all the women will be expecting older men, but Lou keeps on at him about their partnership in the pub, and he eventually gives in. Steph and Alex arrive to hear Max will be doing the speed dating, but he tells them mature and sensible women are hard to find.
Summer reappears from the bathroom, and Boyd asks her what took her so long. She says she got sidetracked, but that their dad's underwear is much cooler than Dr.K's. She also tells him that she found Libby's diary open and couldn't help herself. She explains how it was really sad. at that point Karl and Libby arrive home. Libby asks what the slave labour is about, so Karl tells her about the prank calls, she tells him to give them a break as they are good kids when they want to be!
Stuart calls up Flick to tell her that he wants to break off their engagement. He explains that there is no-one else, but if he's having doubts, there's no use continuing. He says he's sorry.
Max and Harold agree that they're only doing the speed-dating to keep Lou happy. Summer asks him what would happen if an older lady fancied him, but he tells her to leave it. A flower seller arrives, and Summer begs Max to buy her one. Boyd asks what's the point in spending $5 on something that's going to die in a few hours, but Max agrees.
Steph mentions how she saw Connor down at Moco earlier, and that he didn't look too good. Joe explains that he made his bed, and laid in it, so there's nothing they can do about it. Lyn goes to answer the door. It's Stuart, so she invites him to stay for dinner, as he's the only bright spark in their lives. He doesn't get a chance to say why he's there.
At the speed-dating Harold pulls the 'I'm dull approach, so don't even bother', while Max is unable to get a word in edgeways against his first partner. Lou on the other hand is really able to connect with his partner, who agrees that they shouldn't be scared of dating at their age. At the change over, Harold warns Lou against his partner Dorothy, but he doesn't take any interest. Max insists on the smile and nod approach and they return. Lou goes back to Dorothy, but claims it's his game so he can change the rules when he likes.
Stuart tells Lyn and Joe he'll come back later as he's got something important to tell them and they're just about to eat. Joe tells him to spill, so Steph and Alex make themselves invisible. Lyn goes to answer the phone, so Stuart tells Joe that he's broken off the engagement with Flick. Stuart leaves and Lyn comes off the phone, she tells him it was Flick and that Stuart's broken off the engagement. Joe says he knows, and they realise that they never know what's going to come next.
Lou tells Max and Harold that they've both scored hits that evening, but neither of them wants to have anything more to do with it. He tells them that he's going to ask Dorothy out on a date. Harold tries to tell him not too, but Lou tells him to 'talk to the hand', and leaves to take Dorothy a drink. Max asks Harold why he shouldn't be dating Dorothy, so Harold tells Max about her briefcase and what it contains. Max tells them they should let Lou find out for himself as he's always up for a mystery.
Summer places the single rose on Libby's car. Libby walks out the house to find it along with the message 'Libby, you are the most beautiful woman in the world', she returns and walks inside again. Summer goes to join Boyd and Max kicking a football in the front garden. They tell her it's never to early for pre-season training. She asks how the date went last night, but Max tells her to mind her own business and that he didn't see anyone he liked. He leaves them and goes to work, telling them to behave. Summer tells Boyd that she left the rose for Libby as when she read her diary, that's what Drew used to give her.
Steph and Alex ask Max how the date went the previous evening. He tells them that he met quite a few interesting women, one of which he might see again. Steph tells him that it's great news, and leaves. Alex congratulates him, but Max sends him down to the cellar. Lou asks him where all of that came from as he was totally against it last night, but Max tells him to stay shmut. Lou tells him he has a date with Dorothy later at her house.
Stuart opens the door to Libby, she gives him the rose, telling him it was inappropriate. He insists that he didn't give it to her, and that he must have a rival, but admits that he does want to be more of a part in her and Ben's life. She reminds him that he's engaged, but he tells her that he broke it off with Flick as he can't go marrying someone when he has feelings about someone else. He asks if she feels the same way.