Fiona is vaccuming at Woombai when Paul comes in and says he
thinks he'll take Angie for a ride. Fiona replies that Angela
is tied up with Matt. Paul says he doesn't like Angela going through
therapy, but Fiona immediately asks if he's an expert all of a
sudden. Paul irately says he thinks Angela is better left to remember
things her own way. Fiona snaps, "Your
way?" Paul retorts that he doesn't think Matt is right for
her, as he's too pushy. Fiona points out that Matt is a trained
psychiatrist, and adds that she's sure he knows what he's doing.
She continues that he's got Angela in Wayne's room, sorting out
her worries about it. She suggests to Paul that he keep his opinions
of Matt to himself.
Angela is furiously pacing the floor of the room Wayne slept
in as a child, and Matt tells her to slow down. Angela complains
that she can't concentrate, but Matt persists that she has to
try. Angela admits that she's forcing it a bit, but says
she's got so many funny thoughts... Matt asks her where she was
standing when she first came into the room all those years ago.
Angela thinks for a moment. She then starts recalling a little
boy who was breathing strangely, trying to get some air - he was
Rosie puts some plates down on the table in the living room and
tells Fiona to call Angela and Matt. Fiona replies that they're
in Wayne's old room, trying to get Angela to remember what happened
in there. Rosie immediately looks worried, and Fiona asks her
if she's alright.
In the bedroom, Angela is thinking back to when she was young,
and she tells Matt that the little boy was so sick... diptheria,
she thinks it was called. She continues that Rosie was bending
over him, saying the doctor hadn't come, and if he didn't come
soon, Wayne would die. Angela recalls that Rosie wanted Gordon
to get the doctor, but Gordon just kept saying he'd be there.
The scene Angela is replaying in her mind suddenly comes into
view, and Rosie is talking to Gordon, saying to him that he didn't
call the doctor, did he. Gordon admits that he didn't. They're
both standing over the bed, in which a young Wayne is lying. A
young Angela is standing in the doorway, listening as Gordon continues
that Wayne killed Nancy, and he therefore couldn't care if the
boy lives or not. Rosie, looking shocked, says Nancy died while
she was having Wayne; Gordon can't blame him for the
last seven years for something that's not his fault. The young
Angela continues to stand there as Rosie says she's going
to call the doctor. Gordon orders her not to, adding that he hates
the boy, and he doesn't care if he dies. Coming out of her memories,
Angela tells Matt that Gordon was going to let the little boy
die. Matt asks if that's everything she remembers. Angela
recalls that Gordon acted as her father until she was grown up.
Matt expresses his delight that Angela has remembered something
that isn't pleasant, and the fact that Gordon looked after her,
as it's a complete on-going relationship. Angela bitterly says
she wishes she hadn't remembered, but Matt immediately
asks her if Gordon ever treated her badly. Angela admits
that he didn't. Matt tells her that she has to work on her relationship
with Gordon, to bring back her other memories and feelings. Angela
doesn't look happy, but says she understands, and she'll do what
she can. Matt tells her to have a rest, as it's been a long session.
He also suggests that they keep what they found out about Gordon
A short time later, Matt joins Fiona and Rosie in the living
room, and Fiona asks how the session went. Matt replies that it
went very well indeed. Rosie looks worried and asks if Angela
remembered what happened. Matt tells her that it's between him
and Angela. Rosie then says she thinks she'll go and see Angela
for herself, but Matt suggests that she let the girl rest. He
then heads out, leaving Rosie looking very concerned.
At Dural, Gordon calls to Wayne, who's upstairs, and asks him
to come down, as he has something to show him that's been delivered
for him. They go outside, where a brand new sports car is waiting
in the drive for Wayne. Wayne looks surprised, but delighted,
and says it's fantastic. He then asks Gordon why he's got it for
him, but Gordon just says he wanted to. Jill, who's returning
from the shops, comes over, and Wayne asks her what she thinks
of the car. Jill glumly says it's nice. Wayne comments on her
lack of enthusiasm, and Jill quickly smiles and says she had a
few things on her mind. She adds that the car's really great,
and then hurriedly heads off to the flat.
In the flat, Jill tells Brian that she's been thinking
about it all day, and she still can't handle him really wanting
to be her husband. She continues that they were getting along
really well, and now it's all mucked up. Brian tells Jill that
he doesn't love her because of Maureen; he did at the beginning,
but it changed, and he's fallen in love with her. He
adds that he wishes he could go back to the start, but he's not
going to push her. Jill listens to him, and then quietly says
she can't promise anything. Brian suggests they go for a walk,
and when Jill looks wary, he adds that he's not going to harm
her. They go out.
Wayne and Gordon are getting into Wayne's new car, and Gordon
is telling Wayne that he has a confession: he's already had a
test drive! Wayne settles into the seat and looks in the rear
view mirror - where he sees Jill and Brian reflected, walking
hand-in-hand down the driveway. He looks angry, starts the car
and roars off.
Rosie is knitting in the living room at Woombai and asks Fiona
the time. Fiona tells her that it's 4pm. Angela comes in and Rosie
immediately remarks that she had a long session with the doctor.
Angela replies that he was wonderful. She then asks if Paul is
around, and Fiona tells her that he's gone for a walk. Angela
heads off to find him. Rosie comments to Fiona that it looks as
if the session with Matt has done Angela some good. She decides
to ring Gordon. Fiona says she's going over to the guesthouse,
and she leaves Rosie to it. Rosie gets up and goes to the 'phone.
Wayne's car roars up and stops outside the front door at Dural.
The 'phone starts ringing, and Gordon gets out of the car and
goes inside to answer it. Wayne roars off again.
On the 'phone, Rosie tells Gordon that Angela couldn't have remembered
a thing about it, or she'd be upset. Gordon says he never imagined
that Matt would make her remember that night. Rosie tells him
that, whatever Matt's done, it seems to be working. She adds that
she's so glad everything seems to be fine, as she'd hate him and
Wayne to be hurt by it.
Wayne knocks on the door of the flat. Jill is on her own. Wayne
goes in and tells her that he was worried about her, and he asks
if he can help. Jill tells Wayne that she and Brian have worked
everything out, and they've decided to try and make their relationship
work. Brian comes in and Wayne quickly heads off to put his car
away. Brian asks Jill what Wayne was up to, but she says he was
just trying to help. Brian excuses himself, saying he's going
to have a look at Wayne's new car...
Wayne is behind the bar in the lounge room in the main house
when Brian comes in. He tells Wayne that things are good between
him and Jill and he wants them to stay that way. He then
says to Wayne that he thinks Wayne is trying to get Jill for himself.
Wayne accuses Brian of being paranoid, but Brian threatens Wayne
that if he does anything to come between them, he'll be ready
to fight. As Brian heads off, a thought appears to cross Wayne's
mind, and he smiles nastily.
Later that evening, Jill and Brian are watching TV in the flat,
and Brian gets up and turns it off. The two of them have been
drinking Irish coffees! Brian yawns and says he thinks he'll go
to bed, as he has to be up early. Jill tells him he'll freeze
in the morning, but Brian starts thinking back to when he was
at home in Ireland, and he tells Jill about how he used to get
up early and it was really nice; his mother made porridge and
would toss in some whiskey. He'd then get wrapped up to go out;
it felt so good. Jill says she thinks there's some porridge
in the cupboard, and she tells Brian that she'll get up in the
morning and make him some, if he likes. Brian tells her that she
only has to do it if she wants to. They find themselves looking
each other closely in the eyes, and there's an embarrassed silence,
which Jill breaks by saying she thinks they should both go to
bed. They don't get very far, though, deciding to have another
Irish coffee first. As Brian gets up to go and pour it, Jill looks
In the lounge room in the main house, Gordon turns the TV off
and asks Wayne if he's alright. Wayne replies that he's tired,
thats's all. Gordon gets up to go to bed, and as soon as he's
gone, Wayne stands up, goes to the bar and picks up the 'phone
directory. He leafs through it until he comes to the heading 'Immigration'.
He then looks down the various entries until he gets to 'After
Jill and Brian are still talking in the flat, and Brian thanks
Jill for the evening. Jill tells him that she knows it sounds
stupid, but she hates going to bed. Brian asks her if that's why
she's such a night-owl. Jill explains that she goes to bed, and
tries to go to sleep, but she always starts thinking
about things - about John. Brian's face drops. Jill continues
that she feels so alone - she goes over and over everything
in her head. She adds that she's alright during the day. Brian
tells her that he wishes he could help, and Jill replies that
he can. She asks Brian if he'll stay with her, and hold
her until she goes to sleep. Brian gently tells her that of course
he will. Jill tells him that he's such a nice person.
Wayne is about to make a 'phone call when Gordon comes back.
Gordon tells his son that he could see he had a problem, and now
he's realised what it is. He continues that there's no need to
worry about Barbara's brother: Wayne will succeed this time -
he just has to play it straight down the line; he has nothing
to fear. Wayne, looking impatient, thanks him, and Gordon heads
off to bed again. Wayne goes back to the 'phonebook and looks
up the number again. He then dials and the call is answered, "Immigration
Department." Wayne says, "Yes, I'd like to report an