Gary thanks Katie, a smile on his face. He then hands her a file
and tells her that there's as much information there on the account
as he could get. He also hands her a piece of paper and adds that
he managed to get the first two letters of the passcode. Katie,
looking surprised, asks, "How?!" Gary explains
that he went over to the company accountants'; he hoped he'd see
them key the code into the computer, but he only got a glimpse
before they caught him watching. He goes on that he's pretty sure
it starts with 'IE', though. Katie muses that most passcodes only
have five letters, so it's a start. She then continues that there's
another problem, though: she can't operate the computer on her
own anymore; Charlie had to help her with her last program. Gary
quickly tells her, "Don't worry about that. I
can do anything Charlie can do." Katie adds, "We'll
need a 'phone attachment and an expansion kit." Gary assures
her, "You write out what you need and I'll get it."
Katie suddenly cries, "Oh, Wayne, there's no guarantee I
can make this work." Gary, though, retorts, "Of course
you can. I'll transfer the money into Mike's account this afternoon."
Katie insists, "That's not what I meant - I'm not doing it
for the money; I want to help you and Gordon." Gary
replies, "I know, but you're doing me a big favour.
I want to pay you for your time." He then hands Katie another
piece of paper and tells her to write out a shopping list. Katie
At Fiona's apartment, Nikos suggests to Fiona and Amanda, "Perhaps
the ladies will excuse us?" Looking at Andy, he adds, "I
think we should talk alone." Andy mutters, "Fine by
me," but Fiona snaps, "No. This is my apartment. Helena
is my responsibility and I'd like to hear what you have to say."
In an accent, Nikos tells her, "But you do not understand.
There are some things men can only talk about with other men."
Fiona retorts, "Maybe that's so in your country,
but not in Australia. We're staying." Nikos sighs and concedes,
"Very well." He turns back to Andy and goes on, "First
of all, where is Helena?" Andy retorts, "I don't know.
And even if I did, I wouldn't tell you. She doesn't want a bar
of you." Nikos, looking puzzled, asks, "Excuse me?"
Andy, a frown on his face, clarifies, "She doesn't like you.
She wouldn't marry you if you were the last person on this Earth."
Nikos asks how she knows; they've only met twice. Andy
laughs bitterly, "Only twice?!" Nikos continues,
"Both occasions for a few minutes only - and our families
were there the whole time." Andy suggests that it's not much
basis for a marriage, but Nikos tells him, "You do not understand--"
Andy interrupts and snaps, "Bull I don't. You're not marrying
her and that's it." Fiona interrupts and warns, "Andy!"
The two men stare at her, and Fiona goes on that there are two
sides to every story; they should all sit down and listen to what
Nikos has to say. Andy looks annoyed.
Barbara is sitting in the lounge room at Dural, a notepad on
her lap, when Gordon comes in and asks her what she's up to. She
explains that she's just making a list for the party tomorrow
night; Caroline and Stephen haven't given them much time to get
it organised. Gordon comments that it sounds as though the two
of them are enjoying themselves out in the pool, and Barbara agrees,
"Yeah." She then goes on, "I'm glad they're
back together again. I mean, I feel very sorry for Jenny, but
I think Stephen's done the right thing." Gordon sits down
and agrees, "So do I." Changing the subject, he asks
if Wayne is about, and Barbara explains that he went over to speak
to Katie. She then pauses before asking, "Did you know he
has a tattoo?" Gordon stares at her and mouths, "He
what?" Barbara repeats more slowly, "He has
a tattoo. I noticed it when he came out of the pool this morning."
Pointing to the top of her arm , she indicates the tattoo's position.
Gordon cries, "Good God. He must have had it done after he
disappeared." Barbara, though, looking incredulous, asks,
"Why on earth should he? Wayne's the last
person to want to put a tattoo on himself." She goes on,
"Do you know, I told you before: he's been acting very strangely
ever since he came back." Gordon asks her what she expects
after what he's been through, but Barbara retorts, "I just
get the feeling that he's keeping something from us. I wish you'd
talk to him." Gordon asks, "About what?"
Barbara retorts, "I don't know, darling. About whatever he's
hiding. I can't put my finger on it; it's just he's very different."
Gordon tells her curtly, "Barbara, I'm not going to hassle
my own son. I don't want you to, either; he's been through
enough." Barbara sighs heavily and concedes, "Alright.
Maybe the psychiatrist will come up with a few answers?"
She stands up and Gordon does likewise, saying as he does so,
"We'll see - although I'm starting to wonder if the amnesia
isn't a blessing in disguise." Barbara stares at him, and
he explains, "Well, he's much more relaxed these days. It
might be better if he never remembers some of
the things that happened." Barbara muses, "Well, yes,
I suppose he is a lot easier to get on with than the
old Wayne." Gordon smiles, "Let's keep it that
way, huh?" Barbara smiles at him tersely and walks off.
Nikos, Fiona, Andy and Amanda are all sitting down in Fiona's
flat, and Nikos is explaining that, in Greece, the wedding is
quite often a matter between families, not just the man and woman;
what Helena has done has caused him much shame; he must talk to
her. Andy accuses, "You couldn't give a damn about
her. You're only worried about what your families going
to think." Nikos retorts, "I am as concerned for her
welfare as you are. Perhaps more." Andy,
though, snaps, "Oh yeah? Then how come you sent her out here
to stay with that pimp, Wallace?" Nikos, looking surprised,
asks, "Mr. Wallace?" Andy goes on curtly, "Yeah.
Mr Wallace. Eddie. He was one of the biggest brothel owners in
Sydney." Nikos turns to Fiona and asks, "Is this true?"
Fiona sighs, "Yes, it's true - but don't blame Eddie. I mean,
he brought her to me to look after so she wouldn't mix
with the wrong types. That's when the trouble started." Nikos
tells her, "With no disrespect, Mrs. Thompson, it was an
unfortunate choice." He turns and looks at Andy as he says
this. He then stands up and announces that he must go. He adds
that the police will need some photographs of Helena to help them
search for her. He goes on, "If you will allow, I would like
to come back here afterwards." Andy snaps, "What for?"
Nikos tells him, "If Helena truly loves you, she will return
here sooner or later. Where else can she go?" Fiona
assures him, "You're more than welcome to stay here, Nikos."
Nikos replies, "Thankyou, Mrs. Thompson. You have been very
understanding." He heads to the door and Fiona goes with
him. Andy stands up, looking annoyed, and Amanda puts a comforting
hand on his shoulder. When Fiona comes back in, she comments,
"Well, he seems like a very nice young man."
Amanda agrees, "Yes - I was expecting a real thug!"
Andy, looking annoyed, growls, "He's sucked you both
in, hasn't he?" Fiona stares at him, and he snaps, "He's
just bunging on an act so he can get Helena back." Fiona
points out that he only wants to talk to her, but Andy
snaps, "Yeah, well she doesn't want to talk to him
- and if she comes back, I'll make sure that he doesn't get within
a million miles of her. He might have fooled you, but
he's not going to fool me." With that, he storms
off, leaving Fiona and Amanda looking worried.
Gary is sitting on the couch in Charlie's lounge room, staring
at Katie's computer as Katie stands behind the couch,
watching him. The computer is attached to connectors that allow
it to send information down the telephone line. Katie tells Gary
to type, "Go to Line 20. If No, go to Line 10." She
adds, "That should do it. Enter that." Gary presses
the 'Enter' key on the keyboard and the line of programming appears
on the computer monitor. Katie tells him, "OK. Now press
'Run'." Gary presses another key and the words on the monitor
change to read 'Please Enter A/C Number: 6984326. OK. Please Enter
Password'. Below these words, five letters appear and then start
changing rapidly to other combinations of letters. Gary asks what
happens now, and Katie explains that, provided she hasn't missed
anything, the computer should keep trying different combinations
of letters until the password comes up. Gary smiles, "Then
you've done it!" Katie, though, points out that it could
take ages to find it.
Outside, Charlie is walking up to the door, accompanied by Larry
Blake. She remarks that she didn't think they'd be seeing
him again, but Larry smiles that he always said he had the gift
of the gab: he managed to talk his boss into giving Katie another
chance. Charlie exclaims, "I hoped you would. It
wasn't her fault about that last cassette." Larry
assures her that he realises that. Putting the key in the lock,
Charlie tells him that she'll let him go and tell Katie the good
news himself. He heads inside.
In the lounge room, the computer is still trying different combinations
of passcodes. Katie looks startled as Larry suddenly comes in
and asks, "What are you up to?" She quickly
blusters, "I'm, er, working on a new game." Gary stands
up and places himself in front of the monitor. Larry asks what
it's searching for, and Katie tells him, "Words for the new
game. I've had some co-ordination problems lately and Wayne offered
to help out." Larry stares at her suspiciously and asks,
"How long have you had that 'phone attachment? You don't
need one of those to work out a computer game." Katie demands,
"Says who?" but Larry retorts, "I do."
He goes on, "Look, you don't want to go tapping into someone
else's computer, Katie. You could go to jail for that."
Katie snaps, "I'm not tapping into anyone's computer.
Anyway, what are you doing here?" Larry explains curtly,
"It wasn't easy, but I managed to persuade my boss to give
you another try. Think you can sort out the problems on your last
game?" Katie looks down and mutters, "I'm busy right
now." Larry growls, "Yeah, so I see." He then tells
her to think about it and let him know what she decides. He storms
out. Gary immediately asks, "Who was that?"
Katie retorts, "A friend." Gary tells her, "We'd
better hurry up and get this passcode working--" He breaks
off as Katie suddenly reaches down and switches off the computer.
Staring at her angrily, he asks, "What are you doing?"
Katie retorts, "I can't go through with it. You heard what
Larry said: if we get caught, we could go to jail. I think we
should stop it right now."
Amanda is laying the table at Fiona's. Fiona sighs that she doesn't
know what got into Andy - he was the one who was being
unreasonable, not Nikos. Amanda agrees that it's not quite as
black-and-white as he'd like it to be. Fiona goes on that she
was hoping that, by now, he'd begin to see things differently,
but he just gets worse. She then suggests, "Maybe
if we were all to sit down and talk things out...?" Amanda
points out that they'd have to find Helena first. Fiona agrees,
"Yeah - or hope she finds us." She then adds
that Nikos was right: if Helena loves Andy as much as
she says she does, she'll be back...
In Charlie's lounge room, Gary rants at Katie, "We've done
the hard part. You worked out the program. You can't back out
now." Katie, though, retorts, "You heard what
Larry said. If we get caught, we could get into a lot of trouble."
Gary snaps, "The company could be in a lot of trouble
if I don't. The only other way is to drag in the police
- and that would mean bringing in Gordon; you know what his heart's
like." Katie asks, "What if you're wrong? What if the
accountant's not ripping off the company?" Gary,
though, growls, "I'm not wrong. If you met him, you'd know
why I'm suspicious." He then suddenly suggests, "Why
don't I get him to come over?" Looking surprised, Katie asks,
"Here?" Gary replies, "I've got an appointment
with him this afternoon. I'll get him to come here instead."
Katie, though, asks, "What about Charlie? She probably knows
the man and if she sees him, she's bound to tell Gordon."
At that moment, Charlie comes in, some fresh flowers in her hand,
and she asks Katie, "What did you say to Larry?" Katie
asks, "Why?" Charlie explains, "Well, he didn't
stay long, and he seemed rather upset about something when he
left." Katie, looking down at the floor, murmurs, "Oh,
he's a bit uptight about the game I botched-up - it put him in
a rotten position with his boss." She then adds that she
thinks she'll go and get some lunch, and she leaves the room.
Alone with Gary, and staring at the computer, Charlie asks, "Katie
take you up on your offer?" Gary, though, replies, "Can
you keep a secret?" Charlie smiles at him, and he whispers,
"It's only an excuse to see more of her." Looking delighted,
Charlie smiles that she thought as much! Gary goes on
that he had been hoping that the two of them might be
alone there... Charlie smiles, "Well, it is my house,
but never let it be said I was one to stand in the way of romance.
I'll make myself scarce." Gary thanks her, a smile on his
face as she walks off. Alone in the room, he walks over to the
'phone and dials a number. Dennis answers it and Gary tells him,
"I need your help, mate - and it's urgent."
Andy opens the door to his bedsit to find Nikos standing there.
He mutters, "Oh, it's you." Nikos asks if he can come
in, and Andy reluctantly stands aside." He then growls, "I
thought you were at Fiona's." Nikos, though, explains, "I
wanted to speak to you, first." Andy snaps, "If you
want me to help you get Helena back, you're wasting your time."
Nikos, though, says, "No. There was something I wanted to
ask you before." Andy asks, "Why didn't you?"
and Nikos explains that there are some things that are not said
in front of women. He goes on, "Did you and Helena sleep
together?" Andy replies, "No." Nikos murmurs, "That
is good." Andy continues that he can't see what difference
it makes. Nikos comments, "You care for her very much, don't
you?" Andy nods, "Yeah. Still, I reckon she's got the
right to choose her own husband." Nikos says, "When
I talk to her, I will find out if she dislikes me as much as you
say she does. If it's true, I will not force her to do anything
she does not wish. I will stand aside and let you marry
her." Andy, looking shocked, cries, "Me?!"
Nikos goes on, "That is what you want, is it not? To marry
her, for yourself?"
Barbara and Caroline are walking across the hallway at Dural,
Barbara saying as they do so that she thinks that's everything
- at least no one's going to go hungry. Caroline smiles, "As
long as there are no chips and peanuts. I'm so tired of parties
where all they serve is chips and peanuts!" Barbara assures
her that that won't be a chip or a peanut in sight! Caroline thanks
her for all her help and Barbara assures her that it's alright.
She then adds that, if they're going to get things done, they'd
better get going in a hurry. There's suddenly a knock on the front
door, and Barbara opens it to find Charlie standing on the step.
She comes in and, noticing Caroline, cries, "I didn't know
you were here! A little bird told me you and Stephen
were back together." Caroline tells her, "More than
that. We're engaged!" Charlie smiles, "Oh wonderful!
Congratulations!" She gives Caroline a hug and asks when
it all happened. Caroline replies that it was this morning - at
breakfast. Charlie smiles, "How romantic!" She then
asks when the engagement party is. Barbara and Caroline just stand
there, and Charlie, looking surprised, says, "I take it you
are having one?" Caroline gives in and says, "Tomorrow
night. Would you like to come along?" Charlie smiles, "Love
to." She then asks if Katie is invited, and Caroline replies
that of course she is. Charlie goes on that, just between them,
she wouldn't be surprised if Katie had an announcement of her
own to make soon: her and Wayne. Caroline, looking
shocked, snaps, "That's impossible." She quickly adds
that, from what she understands, she thought they'd broken it
off together long ago. Barbara tells Charlie that her imagination
is running away with her again, but Charlie insists that it's
true - Wayne told her so himself; that's why she's there:
to give the lovebirds some time alone. Barbara muses,
"Well, at least she's more his own age. I was beginning to
think that, after Karen, he was developing a taste for older women."
With that, she heads into the lounge room, leaving Caroline standing
in the hallway, looking annoyed.
In Andy's bedsit, Andy snaps at Nikos, "Helena and I hardly
know each other." Nikos retorts, "That does
not matter. If I cannot marry her, then you must."
Andy growls, "Listen, I'll make up my mind about
that, alright?" Nikos tells him, "You do not seem to
understand: Helena is alone in a strange country. She will be
in disgrace with her family if she breaks her wedding contract
with me. The only way they will forgive her is if she marries
someone else. You and Helena are in love. Therefore, it should
be you. If you really care for her, you have no choice."
Andy sits down, looking shocked. Nikos tells him, "We should
go to Mrs. Thompson's. The police said they will contact us there
when they have news of Helena." Andy sighs, "OK,"
and he stands up and opens the door. He doesn't notice Helena
coming round the corner of the corridor, but Helena hears Nikos'
voice as he tells Andy, "You must promise to let me talk
to her first, if she contacts you." Helena quickly runs back
round the corner as the two men emerge from the bedsit. Andy mutters,
"Sure, Nikos. Whatever you say." Nikos says he hopes
Helena is alright. Andy, though, points out that she could be
miles away by now.
Dennis is standing in the doorway at Charlie's, wearing a suit
and adjusting his tie. He warns Gary, "She's not going to
fall for it, Gazza," but Gary tells him to stop worrying.
Dennis mutters, "What do I know about being an accountant?"
but Gary retorts, "Just do what I told you on the 'phone
and everything will alright." He then asks, "Did you
get the computer printout from the car?" Dennis nods and
Gary, indicating the lounge room, mutters, "Come on."
The two of them head in there, and join Katie, who's sitting on
the couch, leafing through a book. Gary introduces, "Katie,
this is Craig Hotham, my accountant. Craig, Katie O'Brien."
He adds by way of explanation to 'Craig', "Katie has been
helping me with some business." Dennis just stares at Katie
and mutters, "Oh." Gary then suggests they get on with
it, and Dennis goes and sits down, asking as he does so, "What
did you want to see me about, Mr. Hamilton?" Gary replies,
"The last computer report - a couple of transactions I didn't
understand." Dennis opens a briefcase that he's holding and
takes out a long computer printout. Gary says he thinks it was
on page 18. Dennis turns to page 18 and, peering over his shoulder,
Gary indicates two transactions, saying as he does so, "It's
a lot of money. Where did it go?" Dennis stammers, "Those
funds have been transferred to a s-standby trust account."
Gary comments, "I didn't know we had any,"
and Dennis tells him, "It's only been set up recently."
Gary demands, "By who?" Dennis replies, "By me."
As Katie watches and listens, Gary demands, "Does my father
know about it?" Dennis, though, responds, "Why all the
questions, Mr. Hamilton? You've always trusted us to handle your
affairs up 'til now." Gary retorts, "I just
like to know what's happening to our money." Dennis tells
him, "That's what you pay us for. Honestly, Mr. Hamilton,
there's nothing to worry about - I'm quite capable of looking
after your finances." Gary and Katie stare at him. Katie
Andy, Fiona and Nikos are sitting in Fiona's lounge room, and
Fiona comments to Andy that he's very quiet. Amanda comes in from
the kitchen and offers more coffee, but Andy declines, saying
he can't sit round all day for the 'phone to ring. Fiona asks
him where he's going, and he murmurs that there are a few places
where Helena might have gone; there's no harm in checking. Amanda
wishes him luck, and he goes. As the door shuts, Amanda, looking
surprised, comments, "Well, Andy seems to have had a change
of heart." Looking at Nikos, Fiona tells him, "I don't
know what you said to him, but it most certainly had an effect."
Nikos explains, "I told him the truth: if Helena wishes to
marry him and not me, I will stand aside." Amanda queries,
"Marry?" Fiona asks what Andy said to that,
and Nikos replies, "It seems he had not considered it."
Fiona cries, "I should think not. If he was to marry
her, he could be making a very big mistake."
Outside, Andy climbs into the front seat of his van, sighing
heavily as he pulls the door shut. He jumps as someone suddenly
reaches out from behind him and touches him on the shoulder. He
turns round quickly to find Helena there. She says, "Hello,
Andy." Andy stares at her.
By the front door at Charlie's, Gary says to Dennis loudly, "Thanks
for coming over, Craig." Dennis replies, "That's alright.
Any other problems, give us a call." Gary tells him, "I
will," and he pushes Dennis out the door. He then closes
the door, rejoins Katie in the lounge room and asks, "What
did you think?" Katie admits, "He obviously had something
to hide." Gary points out, "He didn't seem too comfortable
when I started asking questions, did he?" Katie says, "I
can't understand how Gordon would get taken in by someone like
that." Gary quickly tells her, "Well, he hasn't had
much to do with him. Hotham's only been with the firm a few months.
Ever since he's been ill, Gordon's more or less left the financial
side of things to other people." Katie muses that she can
see why he's suspicious. Gary tells her, "I've got no proof.
That's why I need your help." Katie sighs, "Alright,
I'll go ahead - but from now on, I'll keep the screen turned off
so no one can spy on us." Gary smiles, "Good girl,"
and he asks how long it'll take. Katie replies, "Well, having
the first two letters... we should have the passcode sometime
tomorrow." Gary smiles, "Great..."
Andy is driving his van along a quiet road. He pulls it into
the side of road and then asks Helena, who's sitting in the passenger
seat, where she's been. Helena explains that she spent last night
in the bus shelter; she was very scared. She goes on that she
did not mean to come back, but she couldn't help it. Andy asks
her why she was hiding in the van, and Helena replies that she
didn't want Nikos to see her. Andy tells her that she should have
come up to the flat, but Helena retorts, "I did
- this afternoon - but I heard you and Nikos talking. I was going
to run away again, but I love you so much..." Andy,
looking uncomfortable, mutters, "Yeah, well I reckon we ought
to have a talk about that. Nikos has explained a few
things--" Helena suddenly interrupts and snaps, "I don't
care about Nikos. I only care about you." She leans
towards him and starts kissing him, passionately.
Charlie is arranging the flowers in her lounge room when there's
a knock at the door. She goes to answer it and finds Larry standing
there. He asks if Katie is around, but Charlie explains that she's
asleep right now - she has a headache; she's probably been working
too hard. Larry asks, "On her computer game?" but Charlie
replies, "No - she's doing something for Wayne, I think."
Larry stands there, looking worried. Charlie tells him that, if
its important, she can wake Katie, but Larry quickly
says, "No, don't do that - I'd like to talk to you in private
anyway." Charlie invites him in, and they head into the lounge
room. As they do so, Larry asks Charlie if she knows what Katie
is doing with Wayne. Charlie explains that she's supposed
to be teaching him to use the computer, but that's not all
they're up to...! Larry growls, "I bet it's not."
Charlie, looking surprised as his tone, says she doesn't understand,
and she asks what's wrong. Larry tells her that he'll show her,
and he switches the computer monitor on. The program is still
chugging away, now displaying the first two letters of the passcode
as 'IE'." Charlie asks what it is, and Larry explains, "She's
programmed it to search for a passcode entry into someone else's
computer. At a guess, I'd say that's what she's doing for Wayne."
Charlie asks, "Is that bad?" Larry retorts,
"It's like robbing a bank, only you do it from your own living
room." Charlie cries, "Oh, goodness." Larry insists,
"Someone's got to stop her, otherwise she's going to end
up in prison."
Barbara and Caroline walk into the lounge room at Dural, carrying
several bags of shopping. Barbara cries that she's exhausted -
they've got enough there to feed an army! The two of
them put the bags down and Barbara says she'll get them a drink.
She goes to head off to the kitchen. As she does so, Caroline
thanks her for her help. Barbara assures her, "It's a pleasure.
I'm just very pleased to see Stephen happy again." Caroline
muses, "Yes." She then adds, "Your friendship's
been very important to me - especially the last few years with
Stephen; he made my life hell." Barbara comments
sadly, "I know he did - but I thought that was long forgotten?"
Caroline says, "Well, I'm sure it'll be quite different this
time around." Barbara smiles, "I'm sure it
will be, too." With that, she heads off to the kitchen to
get some ice. Caroline sits down. As she does so, Gary comes into
the house. He walks into the lounge room, but, seeing Caroline
there, he turns to go again, muttering, "Sorry, I didn't
know you were here." Caroline, though, tells him, "Don't
go." She stands up again and asks, "Why you so angry
with me?" Gary asks, "Who said I was?"
Caroline points out, "You don't exactly let the grass grow
under your feet, do you? Charlie told me about you and Katie.
I thought we were going to find out if things were going to work
out between us." Gary growls, "How can
it? You're engaged to Stephen." Caroline tells him,
"Come to the party tomorrow night." Gary snaps, "You
must be joking," but Caroline assures him, "No, I'm
not joking. I think you'll find the evening quite interesting..."
Andy and Helena are still kissing passionately in Andy's van.
Andy eventually pulls away and Helena asks him what's wrong. Andy
replies, "Nothing - it's just that I don't we should be doing
this." Helena asks, "Don't you love me?" Andy sighs,
"Of course I do. It's just that I told Nikos... I promised
I'd let him talk to you before... well, before we took things
any further." Helena asks, "What did he say to you?"
Andy tells her, "He reckons he'll only let you go if I marry
you. The thing is, Helena, I'm not prepared to do that,
yet." Helena shakes her head and says, "I do not understand.
If you love me, then why don't you marry me?"
Andy replies, "Maybe one day, but that's a very big commitment."
Helena asks, "What about me? I have defied Nikos,
my family, everything, because I think you love me." Andy
cries, "I'm sorry - I didn't mean to give you that impression.
I like you, but--" Helena suddenly demands, "Where is
Nikos?" Andy replies that he's waiting at Fiona's. Helena
goes on, "We will go and see him. He will work things out
and everything will be alright." Andy murmurs, "Yeah,
Amanda, Fiona and Nikos are still sitting at Fiona's, and Nikos,
looking agitated, asks the women where they think Andy went to
look for Helena. Fiona laughs, "Who knows?!" Amanda
suggests, "He probably just wanted to get out of the flat
for a while. I don't think he's got any more idea where Helena
could be than we have." There's suddenly a knock
at the door and Amanda goes to answer it. She opens the door and
Helena and Andy walk in. Nikos immediately stands up and cries,
"Helena, you are alright. I've been so worried."
Helena says a curt, "Hello, Nikos." Nikos goes on, "I'm
so glad Andy found you. We have much to talk about." Andy
tells them that they can use his flat, but Helena growls at Nikos,
"There is no need. You will not want to marry me. Not now.
Andy and I are lovers. We have slept together many
times. I cannot marry anyone else." Andy stares at her in
shock and cries, "What?!"