Catching Piper's troll.
Gary reveals everything to Terese who refuses to have anything to do with her brother.
David encourages Aaron to speak honestly with his mother about how he feels.
Tyler's mood takes a dive when Mark gets a text from their mother to advise that she is flying in for a visit the next morning.
When Aaron sees David in what he thinks is a compromising position with another man, he's convinced David's bagged himself a new boyfriend.
Terese is mortified about vomiting during her meeting with the Udagawa investors and apologises profusely to Jasmine.
Terese prepares for a meeting that takes a turn for the worst.
Piper's actions create tension at home.
Both Susan and Elly are increasingly worried about Finn and what he might do next; David thinks that Aaron has betrayed him, which drives them further apart.
Dipi is unaware that Yashvi is up to no good, until it is too late; Elly wonders what is going on when she observes an intimate moment between Paige and Mark.
David is lost in love and confides in Jack who tells him to follow his heart, but is David ready to do that? Xanthe overhears Elly and Susan discussing Finn. She is shocked by what she's hears.
Elly faces quite the dilemma when her feelings for Finn resurface. Can she trust him enough to give the romance a chance? Terese feels threatened by Brooke and her attention towards Gary.
David is confused by Aaron's behavior towards him. Is there something he's missing? David needs to find out. Susan catches a glimpse of Finn's true ambition and reels.
Aaron and David spend Anzac Day together, and open up about their connection to the momentous day... Amy isn't coping well with a choice she made the night before.
Sonya is hiding the truth about her actions and Steph begs her to let it all go. Will Sonya be able to finally open up? Toadie's visitor is anxious about a decision he's made. When the time comes to reveal all, will he get the reaction he wants?
Toadie clearly does not trust Sonya to be around Nell, but she remains unsure what to do about the problem. Jimmy is not happy with the way in which Amy and Leo are treating each other and demands some answers.
Toadie's visitor invites the Rebecchis, the Kennedys and the Cannings to a lunch at Harold's to deliver some news that will change Ramsay Street forever.
Valda and Lou clash over budgets; Jacinta continues to torment Summer.
Sindi makes advances towards Toadi; Max offers Steph some advice.
Lori receives devastating news.
Lori and Jack try to deal with the consequences of her accident.
Lori has a terrible accident; Nina breaks up with Taj.
Karl makes a vow to Susan; Michelle seeks advice from Valda.
Steph and Max continue to deny their feelings for each other.
Harold's play is finally performed.
Darcy finds his plan working; the result of Karl's appeal is delivered.
Stuart Darcy pays Sindi to keep Dee and Toadie apart.
Stuart calls off his engagement to Flick.
Libby has to assert her authority at school.
Dee moves out; Lori and Taj make mischief at the principal's expense.
Connor and Michelle face up to the consequences of their actions.
Joe tries to convince Connor to stay; Max tries to impress Steph.
Summer and Boyd are caught making prank calls.
Dee struggles to keep her relationship on track; Karl confides in Libby.
Jack tries to stop Nina before she reveals all to Taj.
Michelle and Connor consider marriage.
Michelle and Connor hide from the immigration authority.
Dee and Karl receive disturbing phone calls.
Darcy tracks down Dee's ex-husband; Harold bids farewell to Ruby.
Summer rejects Steph's friendship; Max thinks he may have lost Steph for good.
Nina and Jack are nearly caught in the act.
The tension continues between Jack and Nina.
Toady and Darcy dive into danger.
Jack and Taj decide to forget the fight.
Connor has trouble controlling his workmates at the building site.
Steph and Alex enjoy an unusual first date together.
Karl seeks legal advice from Toadie.
Karl faces the consequences of his drunken driving.
Harold finds it hard to forgive Ruby's betrayal.
Darcy decides to use Dee's secret for his own ends.
Dee is hiding something from Toadie.
It is the first day back at school, and Lori clashes with the principal.
Ruby confesses to Rosie; Boyd and Daniel are caught "bird watching."
Connor puts his writing skills to the test; Rosie catches Ruby out.
Taj's ex-girlfriend arrives unexpectedly; Jack and Nina act on their feelings.
Karl and Susan inadvertently cause offense; Libby celebrates her birthday.
Karl struggles with his lack of alcohol; Tim Collins offers Toadie a job.
Ruby tries to cover up her part in the robbery.
Connor suspects that Jack is hiding something; Nina stays supportive of Taj.
Dee and Darcy spend the night together; Nina and Jack share a kiss.
Summer deals with her crush on Daniel; Darcy spends time with Dee.
Steph admits her real feelings for Max; Boyd and Daniel volunteer for a dirty job.
Lou considers Harold's offer; Sarah takes revenge on Karl.
Rosie is suspicious of Ruby; Libby overcomes her fears.
Boyd and Daniel discover an entertaining way to pass the time.
Joe tells Lyn he wants to be a house husband.
Harold attempts to write a musical for the community theatre group.
Susan's joke on Karl backfires.
Darcy seems intent on causing trouble between Dee and Toadie.
Max and Steph's date does not go as planned.
Boyd learns that Daniel is being abused by his father.
Karl and Susan face an unpleasant situation.
Susan and Karl are remarried.
Chloe tells Darcy that their relationship is over.
Taj tries to convince Nina; Michelle and Conner grow closer.
Nina and Taj grow closer; Lou is rushed to hospital.
Lori and Lyn discuss their feelings for each other.
Harold and Rosie clash over Ruby.
Connor solves the Scullys' sleeping arrangement problems.
Toadie's future in the law business is in jeopardy.
Karl and Susan make a decision about their wedding plans.
Susan decides to hire a wedding planner.
Ruby agrees to take a loan from Harold; Susan uncovers unpleasant memories.
Nina finally plucks up the courage to ask out Taj.
Lori makes plans to stay with the Scullys.
Jack makes a decision about his future.
Dr. Cook makes his own statement regarding misconduct towards Dee.
Jordan makes good on her promise to destroy Darcy and Chloe's relationship.
The Scullys discover the real reason for Jack's visit.
Jack's girlfriend Lori surprises him with her arrival.
Toadie tells Dee that he wants to end their relationship.
Stuart and Flick are still lost in the bush.
Karl and Susan grow closer; Summer wants Max to ask Steph out.
Flick and Stuart hope to be rescued; Libby keeps Drew's memory alive.
The Scullys are surprised by Jack's return.
Dee warns Dr. Cook to back off; Flick hopes she'll get to go to New York.
Lou and Rosie's relationship comes to an end.
First love blossoms for Boyd.
Flick decides to accompany Michelle to New York.
Dr. Cook tries to befriend Dee and Toadie.
Darcy and Chloe are exposed.
Chloe worries her secret affair with Darcy will be discovered.
Nina attracts the attention of an influential manager.
Summer intends to blackmail Boyd.
Nina wins the "Undiscovered" contest, but does not want to claim her prize.
Flick and Stuart face Chloe's wrath.
Susan helps Harold with his dating video.
Harold makes a video to join a dating agency; Steph is honest with Libby.
Libby worries that Susan does not only have eyes for Karl.
Tahnee exposes Nina's feelings for Connor.
Tahnee lays claim to Nina's song; Chloe goes cold on Darcy.
Max becomes a partner in Lou's pub; Darcy and Chloe spend the night together.
Karl asks Susan to a medical conference with him.
Harold could be making a play for Rosie; Chloe asks Darcy to stay the night.
Lou and Rosie maintain their distance.
Michelle and Connor explore ways of getting him to America.
Connor enters Nina's song anonymously in the Uni FM Undiscovered Contest.
Michelle is caught in a lie; Nina records a song; Susan calls off the divorce.
Tahnee continues to blackmail Nina; Michelle defies her parents.
Susan and Libby start their course; Toadie incorporates his parents into his show.
Darcy and Chloe come to a better understanding.
Summer feels left out when Boyd and Max bond over boys' stuff.
Darcy wants to return Chloe's gift; Rosie hopes to be granted a reprieve.
Chloe gives Darcy an expensive present; Tahnee continues to blackmail Nina.
Libby struggles to face the future alone; Karl asks Susan out on a date.
Boyd tries to make the cricket team; Libby makes a decision about her future.
Lou moves out of Harold's house; Dee gets cold feet about Toadie.
Susan goes back to university and begins work at the coffee shop.
Gino begins a production of "Camelot.".
Nina confesses she has a crush on Connor.
Michelle's baby-doll minding project falls into Joe's hands.
Steph and Flick make amends; Chloe takes Darcy to see "The Graduate."
Boyd and Summer are unhappy with bossy Max.
Harold makes an impassioned plea for Rosie to stay.
Summer helps Libby to see a way forward.
Nina agrees to think about playing for Connor.
Tragedy strikes the Kennedys and the Kirks.
Karl and Susan go to the ball.
Susan searches for the right dress to wear to the ball.
Connor is determined to make Nina a star.
Stuart uses Amanda to prove he's over Flick.
Flick accepts a job at Lassiters.
Max saves Harold from an embarrassing situation at the pub.
Karl gets a surprise birthday present.
Connor makes real progress in his lessons with Libby.
Ray puts into action a plan to win Dee over.
Lou learns of Harold's true feelings for Rosie; Steph and Stuart find Mitch.
Flick returns home; Steph searches for Mitch.
Connor asks Libby to become his tutor; Steph and Libby make amends.
Max gets to grips with fatherhood; Nina goes on a date with Ray.
Saxon's father makes an offer; Max, Summer and Boyd settle in to their new home.
Harold unmasks the vandal; Connor hates learning from Michelle.
Max decides to stay in Ramsay Street; Susan rebuilds her friendship with Lyn.
Summer and Boyd's father, Max, arrives in Erinsborough.
Susan considers Tim Collins as a potential divorce lawyer.
Michelle offers to teach Connor to read; Susan seeks legal advice from Toadie.
Saxon's father arrives unexpectedly; Steph receives an unwanted gift.
Susan makes plans to start her life anew; Summer plays matchmaker.
Phil finds it hard to keep a secret.
Karl receives some shocking news from Susan.
Joe's attitude towards having another baby begins to change.
Michelle tries to convince Connor to come home.
Karl confesses to his affair with Sarah.
Boyd and Summer help Saxon to grieve.
Connor leaves Ramsay Street; Penny causes trouble for Darcy.
Lou and Rosie fall out over his impulsive plans.
Steph regrets quitting her job; Saxon attends his mother's funeral.
Penny discovers that Darcy and Sindi have lied.
Lyn is left reeling when Joe suggests that they try for another baby.
Joe shocks Lyn with a surprise proposition.
Sindi begins to blackmail Darcy; Susan visits a neuropsychiatrist.
Karl uncovers the source of Summer's fainting.
Summer causes Rosie more anxiety.
Summer's absence from school is brought to Rosie's attention.
Tahnee is determined to keep her singing secret.
Rosie tries to enlist volunteers for the church choir.
Libby fears that her relationship with her mother will never be the same again.
Karl is deeply hurt by Susan's decision.
Lyn and Joe try to take Karl's mind off Susan.
Michelle and Tahnee become firm friends; Summer turns her attentions to Drew.
Susan's absence takes its toll on Karl; Tahnee blackmails Connor.
Dee makes a move on Toadie; Karl becomes a suspect in Susan's disappearance.
Summer decides to milk her illness for all it is worth.
Karl is concerned for Summer's health; Stuart finds a friend in Steph.
Harold meets the new neighbour.
Flick leaves Erinsborough after a confrontation with Steph.
Tahnee discovers Connor's secret; Susan goes missing.
Lou puts No 30 up for sale. Michelle is concerned that Connor is pulling away.
Michelle celebrates her sixteenth birthday.
Susan craves a change of image.
Dee visits Stuart at the army base; Relations thaw between Joe and Flick.
Tahnee sets her sights on Connor; Lou confesses his financial problems to Rosie.
Darcy wants to make things work with Penny; Flick makes a decision.
Summer discovers that Mick is scamming Lou.
Rosie discovers that Lou is in financial trouble.
Susan struggles with the reality of her memory loss.
Joe and Lyn lay down some ground rules for the teenage sweethearts.
Susan is convinced that she is 16-years-old and living in 1972.
Toadie receives a job offer from Marc.
Susan has a nasty accident.
Steph is given a surprise birthday party; Darcy is caught in the act.
Drew makes Stuart an offer; Tad says his goodbyes.
Harold receives some terrible news about Tad.
Joe jumps to the wrong conclusion about Michelle's love life.
Steph finds a project to keep her occupied.
Dee warns Darcy not to meddle with the doctor-patient relationship.
Michelle discovers a rival for Connor in the shape of Tahnee.
Libby offers to become a mentor for Boyd; Stuart cuts his ties with Flick.
Marc threatens to make Stuart's life difficult; Summer tries to blackmail Connor.
Boyd struggles to fit in at Erinsborough High; Rosie offers Valda romantic advice.
Libby talks to Year 10 students, but the new boy does not make her task easy.
Dee convinces Toadie to buy a new couch; Flick leaves home.
Flick returns home to face the music; Rosie's fundraising plan lacks support.
Rosie comes up with a fundraising idea; Lou's finances aren't as healthy as he believes.
Dee and Toadie throw a party; Lou earns new respect for Summer.
Steph moves in with Libby and Drew; Dee finds Maggie's lost letter.
Harold finds himself on a double date; Stuart has trouble convincing Flick to return home.
Stuart makes contact with Flick; Chloe tries to make amends with the Scullys.
Drew and Stuart are at odds over Flick; Darcy discovers that Penny knows Tess.
Darcy continues to flirt with Penny; Harold pushes Lou too far.
Aunt Valda arrives unexpectedly; Tad uncovers some false bad debts.
The day of Steph's wedding finally arrives.
Rosie introduces her granddaughter.
Darcy and Penny continue to flirt.
Lyn asks for help to combat Joe's snoring; Connor apologises to Michelle.
Mal says farewell to Ramsay Street; Drew is determined to look after Ben alone.
Mal makes a big decision about his future.
Flick decides to leave Erinsborough; Susan convinces Toadie to let go of Maggie.
Lou and Rosie are trapped in a burning church.
The Hancocks bid farewell to Ramsay Street; Michelle's romantic plans are foiled.
Evan punishes Maggie; Michelle learns that Connor likes her.
Flick confesses all to Stuart; Chloe calls a meeting with Steph.
Flick finds it hard to avoid Marc; Steph rejects Mark's extravagant gift.
Terri bids farewell to Erinsborough; Rosie asks Lou out on a date.
Maggie reveals to Evan the true extent of her feelings for Toadie.
Karl kicks Liz out of the Kennedy house.
Elly at last erupts over Liz's neglect; Flick is wracked with guilt.
Flick and Marc grow closer; Stuart is put into a compromising position.
Libby and Drew accept Lou's offer and move into his house.
Karl demands that Liz tell Elly if she is going to take her to Sweden.
Elly decides it is time to confront her mother.
Mal makes Harold an offer for the Coffee Shop.
Matt arrives home on bail to face the reality of what he has done.
Lou tries to convince Harold to let him stay.
Rosie concocts a plan to make Harold and Lou realise that they need each other.
Steph confronts Chloe - her future mother-in-law.
Steph tries to make plans for her wedding.
Libby and Drew try to enjoy a night away from Ben and work.
Libby challenges Drew to write an article for her magazine.
Elly agonises over the news from Ian Conway; Dee gives Stuart an ultimatum.
Steph is involved in a dangerous liaison; Harold and Lou argue.
Number 30 is in turmoil; Michelle has a secret; Joe offers a peace treaty to Flick.
Everyone is shocked by Libby's decision; Dione vents on Flick.
Libby decides to keep the baby; Paul receives rough treatment; Matt struggles to deal with Laura's weird job.
Leo is bullied; Drew tells Karl Libby's secret.
Marc and Steph are resolved to bring their wedding forward.
Chloe voices her disapproval of Steph; Leo helps Matt stay undercover.
Harold gets himself a hospital room-mate.
Evan confides his worries in Susan.
Lyn and Joe renew their wedding vows.
Matt takes part in another drag race.
Stuart refuses to listen to Tracey; Marc gives Flick a dressing-down.
Marc and Steph share dreams for the future.
Darcy tries to make peace with Dee; Harold and Lou jostle for position with the vicar.
Tad sends mixed messages to Elly.
Joe and Pat confront the past; Elly puts pressure on Tad.
Toadie comes face to face with his old nemesis, Tim Collins.
Flick asks out her dream man; Karl suggests contacting Elly's father.
Maggie tries to persuade Toadie to stay; Matt avoids financial ruin.
Elly won't take "no" for an answer where Tad is concerned.
Elly comes to Darcy's rescue; Pat convinces Joe to give him another chance.
Libby's concerns about Terri escalate; Marc and Steph make an announcement.
Dee offers Stuart a place to stay; Libby's curiosity leads to trouble.
Darcy tries to embroil Lou in another money-making scam.
Joe's father reminds him of all he wants to forget.
The Ramsay Street residents celebrate Ben's christening.
Matt gets the sack and confronts Toadie.
Toadie tells Maggie how he feels; Elly gives Karl and Susan a deadline of her own.
Elly pleads with Susan to let Michelle off the hook.
Michelle and Elly hatch a plot to seek revenge on Zack.
Maggie takes a stand for her family.
Marc whisks Steph away; Tad offers Harold some much needed support.
Marc treats Steph to a dream date; Libby fights for Drew's reputation.
Tad decides that it is time for him to move out.
Harold tells Cherry exactly what he thinks of her; Susan defends Elly.
Drew's exhaustion clouds his judgement.
Matt stands up to Dee and Toadie; Darcy and Karl clash over Serena.
Maggie asks Toadie to help her sort out the dispute between Matt and Evan.
Matt fights for a place at No 30; Evan and Joe's battle rages on.
Michelle defies Joe; Matt decides to move out.
Tad and Harold's relationship disintegrates further; Steph meets an irritating man.
Felicity heads for university; Susan and Karl continue to act as parents to Elly.
Toadie's attitude to Maggie is put into context when they start working together.
Libby and Drew are relieved that Ben is fine.
Susan arrives at the airport in time to take Elly off the plane.
Michelle and Leo continue to hide Ikbal.
Leo is stunned to find a man in Lou's house.
Susan tries hard to discipline Elly.
Maggie and Toadie start their new jobs, while Drew is offered part-time work.
Libby and Drew despair over baby Ben; Darcy romances Serena.
Elly has to face up to the truth; Michelle and Joe are at loggerheads.
Felicity is offered a job in PR; Michelle feels betrayed by Joe.
Leo and Michelle harbour a political refugee; Harold and Tad bicker.
Darcy to mix business with pleasure; Evan's ex-wife makes an appearance.
Evan and Joe lock horns; Harold and Lou's principles clash.
Joe makes a decision to stand for councillor.
Flick's PR launch has mixed success; Michelle struggles with her feelings for Zack.
Toadie discovers he's not "company material"; Flick tries to make Matt see sense.
Harold comes to accept that Tad will move on.
Karl criticises Serena's work performance; Tad considers a move away from Harold.
Susan encourages Joe to stand as a councillor.
Matt gives Flick an idea for her PR project; Libby goes home without her baby.
Joel agrees to stay.
Dee and Joel have been avoiding each other all week and Toadie refuses to be their go-between.
Chooka manages to talk his way into staying at Drew's until Libby gets back.
Joel betrays a confidence.
Toadie and Lou consider financing a film.
Toadie gives Maggie something to think about.
Steph comes to a decision about Mitch; Elly and Michelle attend a rave.
Libby gets to hold her baby for the first time.
Joe and Lynn are surprised to see Woody alive.
Lou comforts Harold as he muses over Paul's departure.
Joel and Dee sidestep their emotions.
Libby fights for her life; Matt and Flick are forced to spend the night together.
Libby is rushed to the hospital; Woody offers Steph a solution to her problems.
Steph's past returns to haunt her; Elly arrives to make trouble for Susan.
Susan fears that Karl is having an affair with Serena.
Paul bids farewell to Erinsborough to take his place in the AFL league.
Joel and Dee side-step their emotions.
Lou may lose Lolly permanently.
Joel embarks on a risky dive; Paul tries out for a professional football team.
Mitch tries to sort out Joe's money problems; Susan's estranged sister visits.
Tad and Paul anxiously await their exam results.
Zack finally asks Michelle why she is avoiding him.
Lou brings Lolly home for the day.
Toadie tries to warn Harold and Joe to cancel their insurance policies.
Joe and Tad escape the crash in the truck unscathed.
Joe continues to deny his eyesight problems.
Harold is suspected of being a vandal.
The Ramsay street sign is taken down; Zack proves his love to Michelle.
Joel teaches Dione to dive.
The surgery's new receptionist may cause trouble for Karl.
Libby's magazine arrives, but the excitement is short-lived.
Matt competes for Barmaid of the Year; Joe's failing eyesight puts him and Tad in grave danger.
Toadie receives some inside information; Maggie gets her exam results.
Maggie suffers Emily's artistry; Karl is forced to ask Darcy for help.
Lou fights for Lolly; Drew and Libby decide to lend Scotty money.
Libby works hard to send "Demo" to press.
Tad's life hangs in the balance; Dione's plan backfires.
Tad, Paul and Flick break all the rules at school camp.
Lou receives a mysterious letter; Michelle is up on police charges.
Victor tries to make himself indispensable to the surgery.
Larry and Steph receive a secret stash of money.
Billy's punishments must fit the crime.
Billy gets a taste of his first cigarette, and becomes violently ill.
Mark is not alone in resenting Ren's new ruthlessness.
Romantic relationships are a hot topic for various residents of Ramsay Street.
Cheryl organises a sophisticated picnic for Lou's birthday.
Woody is up to something; Toadie might be in with a chance of a job.
Toadie considers Rhonda's offer; Lou proves to be a troublesome house guest.
Tess lies for Darcy and to Karl; Toadie finishes his relationship with Sheena.
Flick confronts Joel; Dione and Tess face off.
Lou and Harold become housemates; Steph's decision distresses Joe and Lyn.
Libby is offered a large sum of money to drop the discrimination case.
Libby decides to drop her case against the Chronicle.
Harold and Michelle are arrested; Harold suggests Paul explore new career options.
Toadie tells Sheena about her mother's behaviour.
Tess reacts angrily to Darcy's marriage proposal.
Darcy tries to make amends to Tess; the Hancocks fight for some family time.
Steph sacks Matt; Libby pursues legal action against "The Chronicle".
Toadie's destined for another date with Rhonda; Matt gets his marching orders.
Joel and Dee attempt to rationalise their attraction to one another.
Darcy and Tess are exposed; Gino begs Lyn to return to the salon.
Tad moves out; Darcy has plans of his own for the surgery.
Paul and Tad doubt their friendship; Susan and Harold worry about Paul's lack of confidence.
Lyn wins over her former boss; Steph takes Matt under her wing.
Joel doubts his love for Flick; Lyn gives out free haircuts.
Dione swears to wreak revenge on Darcy and Tess.
Darcy and Tess are caught in the act; Larissa's two-timing ways are exposed.
Libby tells Susan that her advice is not welcome.
Leo plays the Grand Master at chess; Matt receives a job offer.
Karl offers Darcy a partnership; Joel discovers that Flick has moved out.
Darcy's double-dealing continues; Lyn sets her plans for a home salon in motion.
Tad thinks Larissa should tell Paul about their relationship.
Flick moves home; Gino threatens Lyn; Tad and Paul discuss careers.
Toadie confronts Sheena about her girl talk. Drew loses his temper.
Darcy suggests that the surgery becomes a "superclinic"; Libby returns home.
Dione tries to accept that her friendship with Tess is over.
Lyn decides to go freelance; Tess receives a surprise birthday visit.
Flick demands the truth from Larissa; Libby is determined to work.
Libby finishes her interview; Harold discovers that he is a natural angler.
Libby may be in danger of losing her baby.
Emily is finally found; Passion ignites between Darcy and Tess.
Sheena demands that Toadie tell her where she stands; Emily remains missing.
Emily goes missing; Paul, Harold and Tad's differences bring them closer together.
Tess wants to tell Dione the truth; Libby goes in pursuit of the Dame.
Dione lends Darcy money; Flick's bubble bursts.
Flick's suspicions gain credibility. Is Sheena seriously interested in Toadie? And Darcy and Tess go to the ballet.
Drew wants Libby to slow down at work; Steph decides she wants to be with Larry.
Maggie gives Steph some sobering information; Tad prepares for his date.
Larissa decides to date both Tad and Paul; Leo's school problems escalate.
Lyn urges Steph to seek legal advice; Emily and Leo try to recover a doll.
Toadie tries to keep the peace at number 30; Lyn's lunch goes badly.
Dione vents her wrath on Flick; Lyn helps Flick settle some domestic tensions.
Libby decides to keep the baby; Laura has a mysterious part-time job.
Harold tries to make amends with Lou; Drew tells Karl about Libby's secret.
The truth comes out about Toadie's relationship with Laura.
Dione and Toadie agree to Flick moving in; Matt has a date with his mystery woman.
Libby gives Drew an ultimatum; the Scully girls cast a flirtatious eye on Ramsay Street; Bill takes possession of Anne's memories.
Karl and Susan discover who sold them up the river; Joel calls it quits with Natalie; the new family arrives with a bang.
Hannah and Ruth are tense in their lead up to the move; Paul defies Harold to spend time with Hannah; Joels relationship with Natalie complicates.
Is Toadie getting in too deep with his new love? Harold's wheelie bin obsession brings about payback from Lance; Paul and Tad plan revenge.
Libby thinks she might be pregnant.
Joel is insulted; Karl throws down the gauntlet to Bill; an unexpected house guest for number 30.
Libby and Drew weigh the risks of pregnancy; Joe worries about Flick.
Libby and Drew are anxious about the result of her pregnancy test.
Libby and Drew have their first argument as newlyweds.
Evan confronts Leo's teacher; an old friend visits Harold.
Dione receives a warning from Alice; the Kennedys host a disastrous dinner party.
Bill tries to get Anne out of his system; a friendship hangs in the balance; Paul and Tad's riding days may be over.
Libby's dreams for the future are different than Drew's; Karl and Susan make the most of an embarrassing situation.
Hannah catches Paul and Allie together; Karl's education as Dr. Love spreads through Erinsborough; Drew and Libby may not be right for each other.
Amy's airplane crashes; Natalie establishes ground rules with Joel; Paul breaks a date with Hannah to meet a mystery woman.
Paul considers meeting a mystery woman; Toadie finds the real Bob and a possible love interest.
Amy could be in hot water over the aeroplane game; Hannah sees red; Susan reads the riot act over video contraband.
Life grows more painful for Bill; Ruth's dilemma weighs heavily; Amy's greed disturbs Lance.
Anne gives herself to art; Joel discovers his new love comes with a twist; Bill adjusts to being single.
A blast from the past brings Libby's future into focus; Madge is victim to a mysterious tormentor.
Paul tells Hannah their relationship is over; Bill learns Anne is attracted to Fanto; Teabag's true colors are revealed.
Joel and Natalie raise a few eyebrows; Lance discovers Amy's secret; Madge is harassed.
Anne gives Amy an ultimatum; Ruth stays in Erinsborough; Joel falls for an older woman.
The truth spurs Joel into action.
Harold gets his groove back.
The young lovers take flight.
Paul struggles to impress Larissa; Lyn celebrates her birthday.
Evans hands out a tennis lesson to remember; Tad coaches Paul on e-mail.
Leo displays Bob's skills; Steph asks Libby to help her find Woody.
Tess and Flick go head to head in the school swimming competition.
Joe is determined to push Luke and Flick together.
Darcy is shocked by Alice's demands; Toadie's new girlfriend remains a mystery.
Darcy receives bad news from Alice; Libby and Drew adopt a puppy.
Leo refuses to help Toadie train Bob; Paul has a hard time at football training.
Has Flick found a new boyfriend; Dione and Joel find it hard to live together.
Lance's ultimatum stuns Amy; a development increases Joel's anxiety; Bill's revelations distress Susan and Karl.
Teabag threatens Paul and Tad; Hannah comes to terms with the move; Paul teaches Bill a lesson in moral courage.
Joel learns he has been played for a fool; Tad becomes an informant; Paul confronts Teabag.
Hannah gives up on staying in Erinsborough; Tad is sprung in a big way; Joel kisses Amy.
Bill's pain brings him closer to Anne; Joel's interest in Amy grows; Karl may have fallen victim to a murderer.
Police suspect foul play; Ruth has cold feet about her move; Bill and Anne redefine their relationship.
Harold makes his decision; Simone tells Joel how she feels about him.
Evan takes his class on an unauthorized field trip.
Karen and Darcy face a major investigation at the surgery.
An abandoned puppy causes trouble for Drew; Paul blows the whistle on Nathan.
Paul discovers that Nathan is still using steroids.
Phil tries to ban Hannah from seeing Teabag; Karl gets his marital problems into perspective and meets a stranger.
Joel's stripping leads to a mauling; Karl leaves Susan; Libby discovers Bill may be in over his head.
Lance's gambling addiction resurfaces; Joel and Amy kiss; Susan and Karl confess.
Susan admits her marriage is a wreck, but Karl fails to keep his appointment; Bill unburdens himself to Anne.
Tensions are high in the Robinson family; Anne and Fanto compete in a paint off.
Joel may go far for money; Hannah defies Phil and checks out Teabag's offer to crash at his house.
Amy charts dangerous waters; Bill toes the company line; Anne and Hannah refuse to move.
Joel and Toadie lose an old friend; Karl deals badly with Susan's revelation.
Joel bares it all; Tad's crush on Susan grows more obvious; Susan offers to tell Karl the truth.
Hannah is attracted to Teabag; Joel poses nude for a sports calendar.
Bill's hopes are crushed; Tad's crush is revealed; Teabag wants more than a friendship.
Lou's empire is about to crash; Drew wants to buy Lou's garage; Tad's BMX buddies are out of hand.
Dione puts herself on the line.
Flick and Joel fight to keep apart.
Harold's mind is made up.
Ronnie's secret comes out.
Libby is haunted by something familiar about Ronnie.
Lance keeps up the facade of his bachelor status; Martin and Susan's relationship heats up.
Libby discover's Drew's terrible secret; Martin wants Susan to admit her true feelings.
Bill's suspicion about the work site worsens, creating a weighty moral dilemma; Lance and Amy go under cover.
Amy plans revenge on Joel and Toadie; Lou announces that the tax office will ruin him.
Dione and Darcy try to remain just friends; Toadie plans to make Bob a star.
Maggie suggests a friendly game of tennis; Flick battles to cope without Joel.
Harold goes ahead with his property valuation; Susan takes a hardline approach.
Michelle and Bianca attend an environmental protest; Ronnie's secret is uncovered.
Flick is angered by Joel's thoughtless behaviour; Steph teaches Lyn how to ride her motorbike.
Joel's injury worries everyone, but he is determined to compete; Lance enlists Anne's help.
Libby surprises Drew with a passionate kiss; Bill wants things with Anne the way they were.
Harold discovers his allotment has become a BMX track; Drew and Geri say goodbye.
Joel tells Drew not to stand by and lose Libby; Geri wants the charade of her relationship with Drew to end.
Amy plays the dating game while Lou's tax troubles deepen.
Flick is shocked by Joel's new girlfriend.
Darcy is staying in Erinsborough.
Drew's jealous lover confronts Libby.
Joe strikes a deal with the building site thieves.
Karl and Darcy begin a new partnership; Flick is devastated by the arrival of Simone.
Karl offers Darcy a job at the surgery; Paul arrives home with talk of a new girlfriend.
Ronnie confronts Libby; Passion ignites between Dione and Darcy; Toadie endures another disastrous date.
Matt hits upon a plan to find Toadie the perfect partner; Joe strikes up a deal with the skateboarders.
Harold arrives from Paris; Toadie wants female attention; Flick pines for Joel.
Hannah struggles to cover up Philip's drink problem.
The Kennedys discuss their situation; Brett seeks Libby's affection.
Lou doubts Annalises's skills behind the wheel.
Mark and Annalise try a night under canvas.
Some residents regret the power of the press.
Dionne kisses and tells.
Drew is the victim of unwanted female attention.
Tad gets cold feet with Jess.
Tad has bad news for Flick; Lyn decides she'd like to learn to ride a motorbike.
Dione and Darcy confront their feelings for one another; Lyn and Steph hit the road.
Ronnie continues to pursue Drew; Dione surprises Darcy; Tad tries to explain his feelings to Jess.
Matt decides not to go to Switzerland; Toadie's court case.
Jack makes an important decision; Toadie comes across a case he can use.
The tax man cometh for Lou, and at his lowest ebb, finds support from Harold.
Paul is confident Hannah will love his gift. Bill believes he stands a chance with Anne.
Geri questions the reality of her relationship with Drew. Paul and Tad become parents.
Libby seeks flight from her feelings for Drew, while Susan seeks counseling.
Susan faces a guilt ridden moment after she and Martin grow closer.
While Lou reminds Phil of his moral obligations, Harold threatens him with legal action.
The Kennedys' party ends in disaster.