Karl says that he will need constant observation, and that finding the right level of medication can take time. Paul tells him that he can if he wants to keep working for him. Boyd picks up the toast, but his hand spasms and he drops it. Sky tells Max that she thought they would be fine together. Karl explains that the seizures have pointed them in a new direction: Karl says that it could begin with low self esteem, and in Boyd’s case, this could be a result from failing his exams, being obsessed with bodybuilding, and drug-taking. Dylan says that he’s done his time, and reminds Paul that he’s been in too.
Boyd sticks a piece of bread over it to toast it, then cuddles up with Sky, who is eating something out of a tin. Steph says that Sky didn’t say where they were because they wanted to be alone. Roo introduces himself to Paul and says that he is not passing through, he is looking for work. He turns around and notices that Roo has gone into the house. Abandoned House Sky offers to get Boyd some aspirin, but he says he’s had his medication so it wouldn’t be good. Harold tries to defend Sky, but she tells Max that he’s right, she should have told them where they were going, and apologises. Dylan explains that Roo isn’t his mate. It doesn’t really work.
Paul tells him that he can if he wants to keep working for him. Roo says that Dwayne couldn’t believe it when he heard Dylan was back at school.
Karl tells them he’ll see what he can find out. Roo tells him it can’t hurt to have an extra pair of hands. Roo says he just wants another beer. Number 32 Summer tells Max that Sky left a message saying that they are alright. On Harold’s way out, Paul and his ladies come in.
Number 32 Max has come home, and finds out that Boyd is missing. Number 32 Harold has come over. Levi is still standing by his diagnosis. Dylan seems less than pleased to see him.
He also says that she would call if anything happened. Boyd stands up to fight him but falls straight over again, suffering some kind of seizure. Dylan says that he’s done his time, and reminds Paul that he’s been in too. Karl comes over and confirms that it definitely seems to be schizophrenia, but assures him that it’s a very treatable condition these days.
Paul tells him to never talk to Roo about him again. Outside, Dylan rocks up. Scarlet Bar Dylan explains to Paul that he told Roo not to tag neighbour, but he’s so thick. It makes her wonder why they didn’t do this sooner.
Paul makes a guess about Roo: Hospital Sky sits in the waiting room, upset. Dylan tells Paul about a job neihhbours did together a few years back. He tells her to forget his last message, he just wants her to know that he loves her, and he’s proud she’s his granddaughter. Max picks up the phone to call Sky, but Summer says that they tried that, and she’s not answering. Boyd didn’t want Max finding out. Boyd sticks a piece of bread over it to toast it, then cuddles up with Sky, who is eating something out of a tin.
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Dylan says he doesn’t want any trouble. Gabby neighbokrs to give him more advice, to take a deep breath and imagine she’s standing in front of him, but Harold says he has to go see Max, who should be home by now.
Roo takes his shot and shoves his glass into Dylan’s hands, telling him he’ll have the same drink again. Episodes scheduled for future dates are subject to change.
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Linda Hartley-Clark Dylan Timmins: He also tells Max that it couldn’t be anything else, because they have been very thorough. He’s convinced it’s something else.
Karl says that he will need constant observation, and that finding the right level of medication can take time. Paul says that he met an obstacle, given it some thought, now it’s time to act.