Ben (Rohan Nichol) has obtained some constructive information about the drug dealing case currently, however tells John (Shane Withington) that regardless of the police having made an arrest in Indonesia, his prices haven’t been dropped.
Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) and Maggie (Kestie Morassi) work out a plan to increase Ben’s temper. They ask Dean (Patrick O’Connor) if there are any surf classes Ben might take, however he reveals there are none till the following week.
When John suggests they provide free classes to drum up enterprise, it isn’t lengthy before Ziggy gathers curiosity. She asks Ben to take the lesson, saying Dean is busy and can’t do it.
The classes goes effectively, and Ben’s temper appears to enhance, however afterward – after Dean arms over cost to Ben – John sticks his oar in it by letting slip that the lesson was free.
Feeling like a charity case, Ben instantly returns the cash to Dean and storms out. Dean and Ziggy argue over whose fault it was, however Maggie steps in and says it was Bens’, going out to discover him.
She tells him that his behaviour is unacceptable and he wants to converse to a counsellor as she is finished. Ben is left alone on the seashore to take into consideration what his spouse has stated.
Ben apologises to Ziggy and Dean, telling them to get on with their lives and fake he doesn’t exist. He goes to Salt for a drink, and John is apprehensive at how low Ben’s temper is.
After talking to Coco (Anna Cocquerel) on the telephone and tearing up, Ben decides to write a letter to Maggie. He then goes to Alf’s (Ray Meagher) place and leaves his caravan key. Then he drives out of city and sits in his car, stuffed with despair. What is he planning?