Ryder (Lukas Radovich) has liked newcomer Jade (Mia Morrissey) since detecting her at one of Dean's (Patrick O'Connor) surf exercises, and she's been dropping insights that she's prepared to lay down with him. An apprehensive Ryder surges home to heap on the body splash, while Alf (Ray Meagher) and Martha (Belinda Giblin) observe as a passive spectator. At the point when he finds a workable pace, however, he can't discover her. He believes she's been stood up, however, Roo (Georgie Parker) had attempted to make proper acquaintance with her while he was proceeded to get an inconsiderate reaction.
Roo vents to Irene (Lynne McGranger) and Marilyn (Emily Symons), thinking about what Ryder could find in that young lady. In any case, Alf rings in and advises her to quit intruding, saying that Ryder is mature enough to commit his errors. Ryder discovers Jade drinking alone in Salt and before long discovers that Roo got included. Raging, Roo heads home and has a go at her, leaving Roo befuddled at where this new side of Ryder has originated from Having given his opinion, Ryder comes back to Jade, saying that he realizes what he needs her.They go to her van for a night of enthusiasm, while Roo stresses at home over her nephew's vacant bed. The following morning, Ryder is incandescently happy, yet his state of mind before long sours when Roo appears and berates him before Jade for not telling anybody where he was the previous evening. Having had enough of Roo meddling in his life, Ryder reveals to her that he won't stumble into difficulty how she did when she was 16… Roo is stunned and hurt.