As Gary and Dennis walk into the lounge room, Barbara stands
up, runs towards Gary and, giving him a hug, cries, "Wayne!
Oh how wonderful to see you!" Charlie smiles, "Yes,
isn't it, darling! Even Isabella was thrilled!" Stephen stands
up as well and welcomes 'Wayne' home. Barbara asks Gary why he
didn't call them and give them some warning. Gordon points out
that they have Liz to thank for it - she was the one who gave
the story to the paper, hoping Wayne would see it. Barbara suddenly
notices Dennis and, holding out her hand, says to him that she
doesn't think they've met. Dennis shakes her hand and introduces
himself as Dennis White. Gary chips in, "He was the bloke
who helped me." Gordon, looking concerned, indicates Gary
and says to Dennis, "He's alright, isn't he?"
Dennis tells him, "I don't know. I think he's lost his memory."
Katie is working on her computer in the lounge room at Charlie's
when Charlie arrives home and exclaims, "Have I got a surprise
for you!" Katie asks what it is and, sitting down,
Charlie tells her, "Wayne's back!" She then goes on,
"Mind you, he seems to have amnesia." Looking shocked,
Katie cries, "Oh no..." Charlie tells her that it's
not the first time - the same thing happened ages ago. Katie asks
how he got home, and Charlie explains that some young man saw
him wandering along the road and recognised him from the paper.
She adds that everyone is so pleased to see him - especially Gordon.
Katie smiles, "I'll bet he is. I'll go over and see him myself
when he's settled in."
Stephen is packing some papers papers away in his briefcase in
the lounge room at Dural, suggesting as he does so that it might
be best if he heads over to Amanda's - it would be easier if he
worked over there today. Barbara asks him if they'll see him for
dinner, but Stephen just tells her that he'll let her know, and
he goes. As the front door bangs shut, Gordon asks Gary, "What
happened to the car?" Gary shakes his head and replies, "I
wouldn't have a clue." Dennis chips in that he hasn't got
much memory at all. Barbara comments that he was like
that after his accident last year, but Gordon points out that
that wasn't a complete memory loss; they never are.
He tells Gary that he thinks they should have a doctor look at
him straight away, and Gary agrees that that's probably a good
idea. Barbara, staring at Gary, suddenly asks him if he's got
something wrong with his throat. Gary quickly replies, "No."
Barbara muses that his voice sounds a bit odd, that's all. Gary
excuses, "Yeah, it is a bit sore. Must have caught a cold
while I was out on the road." Gordon tells him that they'll
have the doctor look at that, too. He then turns to Dennis and
thanks him for bringing 'Wayne' home, adding that if there's anything
he can do... Dennis tells him that that's not necessary. Gordon
insists that he'd like to repay him in some way, but
Dennis assures him that he doesn't want anything - he was happy
to be able to help. Gary looks at him as he adds that he might
just check in - see how 'Wayne' is getting on. Gordon tells him
that he's welcome at any time. Dennis stands up and says to Gary,
"See you later, pal. Hope you get better." Gary stands
up as well and tells Dennis that he'll see him out. Turning to
Gordon and Barbara, he adds that he has to start relearning his
way round some time. The two men head outside. Gordon
sits on the couch, looking relieved.
A few moments later, as they walk back to the car parked outside,
Gary smiles gleefully as he says to Dennis that he couldn't believe
it about Wayne losing his memory - it makes it so much easier:
everyone's going to believe the story now. Dennis asks
him what will happen when the doctor examines him, but Gary retorts,
"Nothing. He's only going to know what I tell him."
Dennis points out, "He'll know you haven't got a sore throat,"
but Gary tells him, "Don't worry about it. I'll knock the
place off and be gone before they know it. All I gotta do is keep
my mouth shut." Dennis points out, "That'll be hard,"
but Gary retorts, "Don't you believe it, mate." Dennis
warns him that they'll see through him, but Gary tells him, "You
leave it to me. We're on a good thing here." He and Dennis
reach the car and lean against it, staring at the house, smiles
on their faces...
At the Morrell apartment, Stephen is pacing the floor of the
lounge area while Caroline sits on the couch, her handbag in her
lap. Stephen asks her what the bag is for: is she going
somewhere? Caroline, sounding nervous, quickly tells him, "No,
I, er... No." Stephen, looking concerned, asks her if she's
alright, and Caroline tells him that she's fine. There's suddenly
a knock at the front door, and she stands up and says she'll get
it. She opens the door to reveal a suave-looking man in his forties
standing there. He smiles at her and says, "Here I am, honey!"
Caroline quietly asks him to come back later, as she's got someone
with her. The man, though, clearly not believing her, walks into
the apartment anyway, and suddenly notices Stephen. Caroline quickly
tells Stephen that she'd like him to meet an old friend of hers:
Mark Bradley. She performs some introductions and the two men
shake hands. Mark, putting his arm around Caroline, points out
that they're a bit more than old friends, really. Stephen,
staring at them suspiciously, tells his ex-wife that he didn't
realise she was expecting company. He goes on that it might be
best if he books back into the motel to work today: he has a lot
to do - and he wouldn't want to get in their way. He tells Mark
that it was nice to meet him and then heads to the door. Caroline
follows him and tells him that she's sorry. Stephen just retorts
bluntly, "It's alright. I'll talk to you later." He
goes and Caroline shuts the door. She then turns back to Mark,
who has sat down on the couch. He smiles at her and says, "I
hope I didn't break anything up." Caroline sits down on the
other couch and, staring at him, says bluntly, "I suppose
you've come for the money." Mark, though, tells her, "No.
I've come for you..."
Caroline stares at Mark, but he quickly tells her, "Relax.
I didn't come her to fight. I want you to come back to me."
Caroline, though, tells him, "No way." Mark points out
that they had a good thing going when they were together; he hasn't
had a winning streak since she left. Caroline laughs sarcastically,
"That's why you want me back, isn't it:
I'm your 'lucky charm'." Mark points out that they had fun
before; why can't they do it again? Caroline
retorts curtly, "Because it's over, that's why. I don't want
to go back with you." Mark asks, "Not even if I said
I still loved you?" Caroline just looks down at the ground,
a half-smile on her face. She then asks Mark how he found her.
Mark explains, "Samantha." A look of surprise crosses
Caroline's face. She stands up and starts pacing the floor. As
she does so, Mark tells her that he's just about cleaned-out -
all he has left is just enough to get them back to Europe and
the tables. Caroline repeats that she told him: she's not going
back with him. Mark, though, standing up, retorts, "Then
I'll just have to persuade you. I think the police would be interested
in hearing about the painting you stole from me. Worth a lot,
wasn't it?" He pauses before going on, "I don't want
to have to tell them, but unless you change your mind, I just
might have to." Caroline stands there, looking annoyed,
as he adds, "I'm going to book the air tickets now."
He walks to the door, saying as he does so, "I'll be back
to pick you up tomorrow evening. You have a choice, you know?
Either you come with me or you go to jail." With that, he
leaves. Caroline stands there, looking worried.
At Beryl's, Tim lifts baby Shane - who's crying - from his bassinet
in the lounge room. Leigh is sitting on the couch, staring into
space. Tim comments to his sister that Shane isn't too cheery,
but Leigh just grunts, "Mmm." Tim asks her what's wrong,
but Leigh retorts, "Nothing." Tim, sitting down, pleads,
"Come on..." but Leigh tells him that it's better if
he doesn't know. Tim asks her suspiciously what she's done, but
Leigh just sighs heavily and retorts, "If Beryl ever finds
out, she'll blow her stack." Tim assures his sister, "I'm
not going to--" Before he can get any further, though, Leigh
hears Beryl coming into the house, and she quickly tells him to
be quiet and give her Shane. Tim hands over the baby so that Leigh
is holding him and kissing him when Beryl comes into the room.
Beryl says hello to Tim and Leigh asks her how she went, as she
was longer that she thought she'd be. Beryl tells her that it
took Diane quite a while to explain the work to her. She then
asks Tim if he'd like to stay for lunch, and he accepts, explaining
that he wants to spend the day with his big sister. He adds that
he won't get much of a chance once he starts school. Beryl, looking
surprised, asks when that is, and Tim replies that it's the day
after tomorrow; he enrolled yesterday. Looking pleased, Beryl
smiles, "Good!" She then tells the two kids that she'll
leave them to it and get on with her homework. She heads
off to the kitchen, leaving Leigh to comment to Shane, "Well,
it looks like we're safe so far..." Tim stares at
A doctor is checking Gary's eyes in the living room at Dural.
As he does so, he asks him, "What's your golf handicap?"
Gary replies, "Don't know." The doctor asks him, "Like
prawns?" but Gary says, "Can't remember." The doctor
then asks, "Favourite drink?" but Gary tells him, "Sorry."
The doctor packs away his equipment and Gordon, who's with them,
asks him, "What do you think?" The doctor replies that
there's no sign of any physical injury; 'Wayne' just
seems to have a complete memory loss. He then turns back to Gary
and suggests to him that he see a psychiatrist, as they would
be able to help him better than him. He goes to walk
out, asking Gordon as he does so if he's got the prescription
for the antibiotics. Gordon replies that he has. The doctor adds
that he couldn't find much wrong with 'Wayne''s throat, but the
antibiotics should help. Gary mutters that it's only
a tickle. The doctor adds, "Take it easy, Wayne. I'll see
you later." He and Gordon go to the door, leaving Gary standing
in the lounge room, sighing. He walks over to one of the cabinets
and lifts up an ornament. As he does so, he takes a cigarette
out of his pocket, puts it in his mouth and lights it.
Out in the hallway, the doctor says to Gordon that he didn't
like to say too much in front of Wayne, but he is worried
about how complete his memory loss is. Barbara joins them as he
advises that they should try and avoid putting Wayne under any
stress. Barbara comments that that's going to be difficult: it's
his wife's funeral tomorrow. The doctor says he knows, but they
should keep him as calm as possible - even though his behaviour
may seem slightly erratic, there's a chance, if he feels no pressure,
his memory will come back of its own accord. Gordon thanks him
and he goes. As Gordon closes the door, Barbara says to him gently,
"How are you?" Gordon murmurs, "Holding
up." Barbara suggests that they should have got the doctor
to check him over at the same time, but Gordon insists
that he'll be fine, and he tells Barbara not to go on about it.
The two of them head towards the lounge room. Gary is standing
there, examining another antique, the cigarette dangling out of
his mouth. Gordon stares at him and asks, "What the hell
do you think you're doing?" Gary quickly puts the
antique bowl down in panic, but Gordon then goes on, "You
A moment later, Gary explains that the cigarettes were in his
pocket, so he lit up - he must have started before he lost his
memory. Gordon concedes, "I suppose you were under
a lot of strain..." Barbara adds that it's no wonder
he's got a sore throat, and Gary agrees, "Certainly explains
it, doesn't it?" Gordon tells him that it's obviously why
the doctor didn't find anything wrong. He then asks 'Wayne' to
sit down for a moment, and Gary does so. Gordon stares at him
and says, "I know how difficult you must be finding things
- being around people you don't remember but who know you
very well." Gary tells him, "It's pretty difficult.
Still, having parents like you's going to help me - I
knew straight away that you were nice people." Gordon looks
at Barbara. Barbara smiles at Gary awkwardly and explains, "I
can't take any credit for that. Gordon is your father, but I'm
not your mother." Gordon adds by way of explanation, "She
died when you were born." Gary mutters, "Oh." Gordon
goes on, "You and I haven't exactly been the best of friends
for a while, but lately, things have been pretty good." Gary
muses that he's glad to hear it. Gordon continues, "You have
been under a lot of pressure. Maybe I should explain just what
happened." Gary nods. Gordon continues, "You ran away
because of your wife, Karen." Gary murmurs, "She was
murdered - I read it in the paper." Gordon agrees, "Yes."
Gary tells him, "I know I should feel upset, but I don't
- I can't remember the woman." Gordon assures him
that if he did, he wouldn't waste time crying over her.
Gary asks, "Why?" but Gordon just replies that he'll
tell him in a minute. He then goes on, "The first thing you
have to cope with is the funeral tomorrow. I'm only sorry it didn't
happen while you were away, but it was held up because of the
autopsy." Gary, looking thoughtful, replies, "I'll get
Amanda arrives back at the Morrell apartment, following her job
interviews, and Caroline asks her how they went. Amanda, though,
replies glumly, "Not brilliantly." Caroline asks why
not and Amanda explains, "I don't have much experience. They
all asked how fast I could type and I had to confess that I don't."
She adds bitterly, "So much for women's lib and their battle
against the typists' syndrome!" Caroline asks, "What
about the boutique?" Amanda replies, "Too old. They
only want juniors and there was heaps of them at the
interview." Caroline mutters, "Oh well." Looking
surprised, Amanda comments that she could at least sound a little
bit sympathetic. Caroline retorts that she's sorry, but she's
got some problems of her own at the moment. Amanda, sitting
down next to her, on the couch, asks what's wrong. Caroline tells
her not to worry about it, but Amanda points out, "A problem
shared is a problem halved." Caroline stares at her, and
Amanda adds, "You have to tell someone." Caroline
sighs and then relates, "A guy I used to live with in Europe
a couple of years ago wants me to go back with him. He flew out
here; turned up a couple of hours ago." Amanda asks, "Do
you want to go?" Caroline replies, "No way,"
and so Amanda tells her, "Then don't." Caroline
explains, "It's not that simple. For a start, he makes his
money by gambling: when he's winning, it's fine, but when he's
losing, forget it - he's got a nasty temper and he's taken it
out on me more than once." She then lifts
up her hair and, pointing to her neck, says, "See that scar
there? He gave that to me. That's when I decided to leave him."
Amanda gasps, "I don't blame you." Caroline
goes on, "I took a painting with me - he'd won it in a bet
and given it to me. When I got round to selling it, I discovered
it was worth a fortune." She explains by way of an aside,
"That's where my money came from. Of course, I couldn't tell
Gordon that." Amanda asks why not, and Caroline
tells her, "Well, you see, technically, I've stolen
it. I mean I've got no proof that he gave it to me. If he wanted
to, he could call the police and have me arrested." Amanda
asks her if she thinks he'd do that, and Caroline replies,
"He would if I don't go back with him." Amanda
tells her, "You're going to have to tell daddy," but
Caroline retorts that she can't do that - she doesn't think he'd
appreciate the way she got the money - especially since she put
it into the company. Amanda says she's sure he'd understand, but
Caroline retorts that she can't take that risk. Amanda asks her,
"What else are you going to do?" Caroline replies,
"I don't know. I'm not going back with him, that's for sure
- but I have to admit I'm frightened of him. I've even got a gun
in my handbag." Amanda looks at her in shock and cries, "Where
did you get that?" Caroline explains, "Another
present. I never thought that, one day, I might have to use it
At Dural, Gary asks Gordon and Barbara, "Now that Karen's
dead, what will happen to her money?" Gordon explains, "She
didn't have a great deal of money on-hand, but she did have financial
interests in quite a few companies. According to her solicitor,
she's left everything to you. Well, obviously she didn't have
time to change the will after you threw her out." Gary, raising
his eyebrows, muses, "Threw her out, eh? Well, from what
I've seen, I don't need the money. I suppose I've got
some of my own...?" Gordon tells him, "Yes,
you drew quite a good salary from the company, and you've always
lived here quite freely." He pauses before continuing, "The
doctor said if you take things slowly and don't get put under
any pressure, you could remember it all." Barbara
chips in, "It'll only take one thing to jog your memory and
it'll all happen." Gordon tells Gary, "I've made an
appointment with the psychiatrist, but he can't fit you in for
a few days." There's suddenly a knock at the door, and Barbara
goes to get it. Gary says to Gordon, "Obviously it's going
to be a while before I can get back to helping you with the company."
Gordon assures him that there's no hurry. Gary goes on, "I
suppose you keep records somewhere...?" Gordon explains,
"Yes, there's a safe in the office. That's where we keep
the deeds and contracts." Gary tells him, "I'll have
to get a key for it - I must have lost mine." Gordon,
though, explains, "That won't be necessary - there's a combination.
I'll show it to you later." Gary sits there, a smile on his
face. Barbara comes in and announces, "Wayne, you've got
a visitor." Katie walks over to him, gives him a hug and
tells him, "I'm so glad you're back." Gary stands there
with Katie wrapped round him, a smile on his face...
Stephen is standing in the Morrell apartment, saying curtly that
it was obviously a mistake him moving back in there; he'll pack
his things. Amanda cries, "But daddy, you don't understand."
Caroline assures Stephen that there's no reason for him to leave;
Mark means nothing to her now. She adds that she admits
that they were lovers, but that was ages ago, and when he turned
up this morning, he was the last person she wanted to
see; she wasn't exactly fawning all over him, was she?
Stephen admits, "No. I thought you were just playing games
again." Caroline tells him, "I wasn't. Believe me, there's
no way I want him around." Stephen asks, "Then why don't
you let me do something about it? Six years ago, I would have
kicked him out." He goes and sits down next to his
ex-wife and, staring into her eyes, continues, "What I am
saying is, I would like us to live together again - properly.
I realise it might be a bit bumpy for a while, but, well, I'd
like to try. What do you reckon?" Caroline tells him gently,
"I'd love to." Stephen turns to Amanda and
asks, "Happy?!" Amanda, a broad smile on her face, replies,
"What do you think?!" She then says she'll
see how dinner is going, and she leaves them. Stephen comments
to Caroline, "Subtle, isn't she!" Caroline, suddenly
becoming serious, says to Stephen, "I didn't think you were
ready for a real commitment." Stephen replies, "I
know I treated you badly last time, but I won't make the same
mistake again. I'm going to look after you - if you'll let me."
Caroline leans in and kisses him, adding softly, "You know
I will." They hug.
That evening, Beryl, Leigh and Tim are having dinner in the living
room at Beryl's. Beryl offers Tim some dessert, and he accepts.
Beryl clears away the dinner plates and heads off to the kitchen.
When she's alone with her brother, Leigh says, "You don't
want to go back to school, do you? I think it's time we cleared
out." Tim, though, retorts that he wouldn't mind seeing what
the new one's like. Leigh comments that he doesn't sound too keen,
but Tim tells her, "I'm not too keen about moving
again, either. I get on OK with Dave and the O'Briens. Anyway,
what are we going to do about money?" Leigh retorts, "Don't
you worry about that. We'll have plenty." Tim says incredulously,
"You're still not thinking of selling Shane--" Leigh
interrupts and tells him to shush. Tim snaps, "If you did
that, I'm not--" Leigh interrupts him again and
demands, "Look, just let me do the thinking, will
you? I know what's going to be best for us." At that moment,
Beryl comes back into the room and, putting down two bowls, announces
that there's some more ice-cream in the kitchen if anyone wants
it. She heads off to get her own bowl. Leigh and Tim
stare at each other.
A while later, a car horn sounds outside, and Leigh exclaims,
"Oh! There's the cab now." Tim thanks Beryl
for ordering it. He adds that he really could have got back to
David's on his own, but Beryl retorts that he couldn't have done
it without hitching, and she didn't want him doing that.
Leigh tells her brother that he'd better go, and the two of them
head to the front door. They step outside, where Tim pleads, "Please
don't do anything silly. There's no reason for us to split."
Leigh, though, retorts, "There is. I want to get
out before the whole thing blows up in my face." Tim, looking
surprised, asks, "What?" Leigh demands, "Look,
just let me run things, will you?" Tim reluctantly sighs,
"OK. I'll see you later," and he heads off. Leigh goes
back inside, and joins Beryl in the living room. Beryl comments,
"He's a nice boy, your brother. Very thoughtful." Leigh
snaps, "Unlike me, I suppose." Beryl doesn't
respond. Leigh goes on, "Look, I know you don't like me,
and I know you don't really want me here. You're only putting
up with me because of Shane, aren't you?" Beryl
retorts, "So?" Leigh tells her slowly, "Well...
if you want him, you can have him." Beryl looks
at her, sharply. Leigh adds, "He'd be much better off with
you, anyway." She pauses before continuing, "But if
I go, I'll need money - and I'm not going back to David's."
Beryl glares at her in shock and asks, "Am I hearing correctly?
Are you offering to sell Shane to me?" Leigh taunts,
"You want him, don't you? He reminds you of Robert
- and you'll never see him again. If you want a baby,
you'll have to take Shane. Well, what do you think?"
Beryl lashes out and slaps her around the face, yelling, "That's
what I think."
A short time later, Beryl is on the 'phone to David, and she
demands, "Would you come over and pick your daughter up,
please, David? I don't want her in the house any longer."
David asks what's happened, but Beryl retorts that she'll tell
him when he gets there. David mutters that he'll be right over.
Beryl thanks him and hangs up. Leigh walks into the room and Beryl
tells her, "Your father's coming to pick you up." Leigh
asks, "When?" and Beryl retorts, "Straight away."
Leigh snaps, "Good. The sooner we get away from here, the
better. But don't think you've seen the last of me. I
hate you." Beryl stares at her.
Gary is sitting at the bar in the lounge room at Dural, talking
on the 'phone and saying, "The best time to knock the place
off will be about half-past-nine in the morning. They're all going
to me old lady's funeral then." At the other end of the 'phone,
Dennis asks Gary if he won't be going too, but Gary explains that
he'll get out of it somehow: they want him to take things easy,
so it shouldn't be too hard to say he's not up to it. He then
tells Dennis to roll-up at about quarter-to-ten and he'll be waiting
to let him in. Dennis says, "OK, mate." Gary suddenly
hears the front door opening, and he quickly changes tack and
says to Dennis, "I appreciate your call. Let's hope next
time I'll be able to give you some good news. Thanks for ringing,
Dennis." He hangs up as Gordon walks in and queries, "Dennis,
was it?" Gary nods and Gordon comments that it was nice of
him to call. He then goes to the bar, picks up a glass and offers,
"Drink?" Gary replies, "Beer, thanks." Gordon
looks at him in surprise and remarks, "Beer? You usually
drink scotch." Gary quickly explains, "Yeah...
well, I er, had a couple of beers with Dennis before he brought
me home. Guess I didn't know any better." Quickly changing
the subject, he continues smoothly, "Katie O'Brien seems
nice enough." Gordon agrees that she is. Gary goes
on, "I got the feeling there was more to it - she seemed
really worried about me." Gordon, pouring the beer,
explains, "Well... one time you were very involved with her.
And you're still very good friends." Gary comments, "I'll
pop over and see her later. Might help me jog the memory."
Gordon agrees that that's a good idea. He then hands Gary his
beer and Gary takes a sip.
David knocks on the front door at Beryl's. Leigh opens it - holding
Shane - and David immediately asks her, "What's happened?"
Leigh shakes her head 'innocently' and replies, "I don't
know. All I said was that it might be a good idea if Shane stayed
here, and Beryl flew off the handle and hit me." Beryl suddenly
comes to the door and demands of her ex-husband, "Would you
just get her out of my house, please, David?" David tells
Leigh to go to the car, and she walks off. David follows Beryl
into the lounge room and asks, "What's going on?" Beryl
retorts, "It's simple, really. Leigh offered to sell Shane
to me." David looks at her in surprise and asks her if she's
sure. Beryl mutters, "Of course I'm sure. The thing
that upsets me is that, for a moment, I was tempted.
I feel so sorry for Shane, having a mother like that." David
tells her that Leigh isn't that bad, but Beryl retorts, "Yes
she is. She knows how upset I've been since... And she's been
playing on it the whole time." David assures her, "Don't
worry. I'll keep an eye on her." Beryl stands there, looking
Gary is at Charlie's, and as Charlie escorts him into the lounge
room, she says, "I'm glad you decided to come over, Wayne."
Gary says hello to Katie, who's sitting on the couch with a magazine
on her lap. He then asks both women if they're going to the funeral
tomorrow, and Charlie trills, "Oh, we'll be there - well,
more for Gordon and Barbara's sake than Karen's." She then
adds, "I don't suppose you remember Karen?"
Gary shakes his head, and Charlie goes on, "Good. She's better
forgotten anyway." Gary mutters, "So I believe."
Charlie continues, "Nasty woman. Not worth the time of day.
Well, she tricked you into marrying her, you know?"
She suddenly realises that 'Wayne' is miles away, staring at Katie's
computer, and she cries, "Wayne..." Gary quickly
comes back to reality and comments that it looks like quite an
expensive model. Katie agrees, "It is." Gary
asks her, "Yours?" Katie explains, "Yes - I need
it for my work." Gary looks thoughtful.
The next morning, Gary is dressed in casual clothes as he stands
in the lounge room at Dural with Barbara - who's dressed in black
- and tells her that he doesn't think he can face the
funeral - it's going to be really hard with people he can't even
remember. Barbara tells him not to go, then, and Gary asks her
if she'd mind. Barbara asks him what the point would be, if it's
going to upset him. Gordon comes in, holding a pile of mail, and
Barbara tells him that Wayne has decided not to go to the funeral,
as he doesn't really feel up to it. Gordon comments that that's
probably a good idea. He then asks Gary if he'll be alright there
on his own, and Gary replies, "Yeah, course." Gordon,
who is sorting through the post, suddenly picks out an envelope
and, showing it to 'Wayne', comments, "That's funny. You've
sent us a letter." Gary stares at it, looking worried...