Later, when all the guests have gone, Barbara is in the lounge
room, where she curses that Patricia was so damn well behaved.
Rosie tells her that men just see the pretty face; she adds that
Patricia was a right little minx when she first met Gordon: she
was after money then, and she's probably after money
now. Barbara recalls being told that Patricia was totally
broke. Rosie asks her if she thinks Stephen will do anything silly.
Barbara asks her if she's implying that he might ask Patricia
to marry him. She then adds that she doesn't think her
brother's that crazy. They change the subject, and Rosie tells
Barbara that Gordon's a lucky man. Barbara says she wonders how
he's getting on with Wayne, but Rosie tells her that there's no
news yet. She worriedly asks Barbara if she holds what he did
against him, but Barbara replies that everyone has bones in their
closet. She adds that Gordon is a fine man. Rosie says she hopes
Wayne feels the same when he calms down...
Gordon is on the 'phone in the study, and when he hangs up, he
tells Paul, Angela and Matt that Wayne's car has been found dumped
in a 'No Standing' zone. Matt asks why Wayne would do that, and
Gordon explains that he gave it to his son as a gift. Angela says
she and Paul will go and collect the car once Gordon and Barbara
have set off, but Gordon tells her that they're not going
on their honeymoon now. Angela looks shocked, and she tries to
change his mind, but Gordon is adamant. She and Paul then leave
the study to go and collect the car. Gordon remarks to Matt, "What
a mess." Matt tells Gordon not to make it a bigger
Out in the hallway, Angela says to Paul that it's all her fault.
Paul tells her that it isn't, and he points out that it's all
down to Gordon originally, and then Matt making Angela remember,
and then Wayne listening in. He tells Angela to stop agonising.
They go upstairs to get changed before collecting the car.
In the study, Gordon tells Matt that it's difficult to pretend
nothing happened. He adds, "Where the hell is he?"
Matt replies that he's off licking his wounds. He then comments
that Wayne is very fond of Jill, isn't he? Gordon says he is,
and he adds that he's already spoke to Fiona before she, Jill
and John headed up to Woombai, and they're going to let him know
if Wayne turns up there. Matt says he thinks Wayne might go back
there because it's the scene of the crime. As he pours himself
a drink, Gordon bitterly asks why Matt had to make Angela remember.
He then apologises immediately, and adds that alcohol won't help.
He appears to think of something, and tells Matt that he has an
obligation to Barbara now.
Rosie is cleaning in the lounge room when Gordon comes in and
asks for a few minutes alone with Barbara. Rosie is only too happy
to leave them to it. Gordon tells Barbara that he's realised that
it's the first day of their marriage, and he's already putting
something ahead of her. He continues that she's the most important
thing to him now. Barbara smiles happily, and they hug tightly.
Sometime later, Angela, Rosie, Paul and Matt wave goodbye to
the happy couple and then walk back into the house. Angela says
to Rosie that she's glad they went. Rosie decides to turn in,
and she heads upstairs. Matt announces that he thinks he'd better
head off; he then adds that Angela's got his number if she needs
him. Angela jokes that she hopes she can remember it! Matt tells
her and Paul that they seemed happy today, and the couple agree
that they were. Angela suggests the three of them should
have dinner sometime, but Matt suggests waiting until Patricia
returns, and then inviting her as well. He goes, leaving Angela
to remark to Paul that Patricia is fighting the men off, what
with Stephen Morrell and now Matt. Paul tells Angela that he loves
her, and they hug and kiss.
Kevin and Lynn arrive at The Terrace after a night out. Lynn
goes upstairs and Kevin joins Rob in the kitchen. Rob asks where
they went, and Kevin replies that it was a little French restaurant.
He adds that Lynn certainly learnt a lot overseas, as you would
have thought she was French, the way she rattled off the menu!
Rob tells Kevin that it's good that he's getting a second chance.
Kevin, looking sympathetic, asks Rob if he thinks about Angela
much. Rob replies that she's got her memory back - although he
heard that second-hand from Beryl - and she's decided to stay
with Paul. He tells Kevin that at least Lynn loved him enough
to come back.
The next morning, Lynn is posing in a garden somewhere, while
a photographer takes photos. They call a break, and Lynn walks
over and sits down next to Kevin, who's watching. Kevin tells
his wife that she should be in the movies! Lynn tells Kevin that
she's glad he agreed to come. Kevin replies that he's interested.
He then adds that it's good that they can relax again. Lynn replies
that they're happy. Kevin asks how long it will be before
they can live together again. Lynn says she's not sure: it'll
be when she knows she can trust him not to take her for granted,
and when the modelling doesn't get in the way.
Rob runs down the stairs at The Terrace, goes into the kitchen,
picks up a few things and runs out of the house. He goes to his
car, unlocks it and gets in. As he does so, a taxi pulls up in
front of him and a woman gets out. It's Angela. Rob looks at her.
Inside, Rob snaps that he's already late for work. Angela tells
him that she's come a long way to see him. Rob snaps that he already
knows about her and Paul, and he sarcastically thanks her for
not telling him herself. Angela insists that she was going
to tell him, but she had the wedding yesterday. Rob snaps that
she's put him last again. He then rants that he doesn't care about
Paul. He tells Angela that she's too damn common to stay with
one man - she wants Paul because of his money and because he's
the type of creep that Patricia wanted her daughter to be involved
with, because he can give Angela everything she wants. He then
adds that he loved Angela, but it wasn't enough. Angela
tells him to stop it; it's nothing like that.
In the main house at Dural, Rosie asks Paul if Angela is in the
flat, but Paul says she isn't - she's in Melbourne. Rosie asks
if she's seeing Rob, and Paul sourly says she is. Rosie
says she hopes the girl wakes up to herself. She then tells Paul
that Rob is ten times the man he is. She continues that
Paul hurts people: Gayle, the shares business which upset
Gordon and Fiona, Wendy Armstrong... She tells Paul that if Angela
stays with him, she'll regret it.
At The Terrace, Angela tells Rob that she didn't fall in
love with Paul and out of love with him. She
continues that, when she found out she was pregnant, she broke
it off with Paul - that's what she was doing the day that Rob
sprung them. She tells Rob that it was his baby, but Rob points
out that she can't be sure. Angela replies that she wanted
it to be. She then continues that, when her memory came back,
she knew he could never really forget what she'd done - he's not
the sort of man who could - and she's not going back
into a marriage with no chance of working. Rob listens, but doesn't
respond. Angela remarks on his silence, but Rob tells her that
he doesn't have much to say. He asks Angela what he wants
her to do with her share of The Terrace. Angela, shocked at this
blunt response, tells Rob that she just tried to explain how she
feels, and she asks if there's nothing he wants to say. Rob tells
her that she's right about how he feels. Angela gives up, and
tells Rob to let Patricia have her share of The Terrace, as she
needs the money. She gets up and says goodbye, before telling
Rob that she's sorry she hurt him. She goes, and Rob stands there
and sighs. He suddenly realises what he's done, and he runs outside
after her. He tells Angela, "I love you." Angela
tells Rob that she loves him too; that's what makes it so hard.
At Woombai, John is on the 'phone to Peter, and he remarks that
it's a bit of a turnaround. He then turns to Jill and explains
that Peter has applied to join the airforce. He then asks Peter
what he thinks his chances are, and Peter replies that he thinks
they're really good. John tells him that, if it's what he wants,
then good luck. Peter sends his love to Jill and hangs up. Fiona,
who's also sitting there listening, remarks that she thought Peter
was the anti-airforce side of the family. John comments
that it's crazy - he was all gungo-ho, and now he's up
there, at Woombai! He puts down the cup he's holding and announces
that that's the end of smoko, and he has to get back outside to
get the men cracking. He goes, leaving Fiona to comment to Jill
that John was treating the men like he was on a parade ground,
this morning. Jill says she thinks leaving the airforce got to
him more than he's letting on. Fiona smiles and says she's got
a feeling that things will be on the up and up from now on. She
gets up and goes outside. As she comes out the door, though, she
sees Wayne standing there, still wearing his wedding suit and
looking quite dishevelled. She tells him that he shouldn't have
come there. Wayne says he wants to see Jill, but Fiona tells him
that Jill has her own life, and she suggests that he
talk to Gordon. Wayne ignores this and asks if Jill is inside.
Fiona curtly says it's her house, and he's not going
inside unless she says so. Realising he's not going to
go away, though, she says she'll talk to Jill first. Wayne asks
Fiona if she's going to warn Jill off. Fiona snaps that she doesn't
see Wayne has much choice. Wayne says he only wants to talk
When Fiona tells Jill what she's done, Jill angrily asks how
low Fiona can get. She adds that Wayne must be a mess.
Fiona replies that Wayne's type are at their most dangerous when
they're down. Jill starts to say that she wouldn't be much of
a friend if-- but Fiona interrupts her and snaps that she doesn't
know why Jill is his friend. Jill replies that he's changed
- he was good to her when she had her troubles. Fiona
asks what if she doesn't want Wayne there. Jill snaps
that she can't do that. Giving in, Fiona tells Jill not
to come running to her if Wayne comes between her and John.
Jill runs outside. Wayne is still standing there, and Jill runs
up and hugs him, telling him that she's so sorry. Fiona stands
in the doorway and watches, looking upset.