Neil tells Susan he's too old for chasing pigs. He's had enough, and the money's terrible. Susan suggests Tom might offer him a new contract. Neil is doubtful.
Later, as Susan tells Lilian about this, newly re-energised Neil arrives with Tom, who's asked Neil to supply thirty weaners a month.
Lilian tells Jolene about Chalkman's threats. Lilian doesn't think Matt will be sentenced to ten years. Jolene says she wishes Fallon would make an effort with Wayne. Later, Lilian scolds Sid to stop scowling at Wayne. Lilian says he must be pleased Wayne's getting on better with Fallon, because when they've sorted things out, Wayne will leave.
While Wayne's helping in the Bull, he tells Fallon he's mending his drinking ways. Jolene sees them chatting. Wayne says Fallon's only being polite, but Jolene's sure Fallon cares for him. When Wayne tells Tom about his misspent youth, Fallon changes the subject. After Tom goes, Wayne expresses regret to Fallon about his past.
In the kitchen, Wayne makes Jolene a sandwich. Sid finds Jolene and Wayne laughing over old times. Wayne tells Sid he's getting somewhere with Fallon and thanks Sid for letting him stay. Sid grudgingly says that's good news.
Episode written by Mary Cutler.