Sarah sees an 'old friend' on TV. Adam and Wilfred, being on each other's wavelength, crack jokes about this 'old friend'. Their mirth comes to a grinding halt when Keith turns up on the doorstep. Keith is a well known film star. Wilfred gives Adam a wry smile - "you got your work cut-out for you." At that moment, Keith introduces his dog, Cyros. Cyros is Angus Sampson. Wilfred also has his work cut out for him.
Hugh introduces the game of 'totem tennis' to the backyard. Hugh and Sarah play. It's competitive but fun. Hugh then plays Adam. Adam is made to look very foolish. Sarah plays Adam. A fierce competition ensues. Adam is way too aggressive and freaks Sarah out. During the totem tennis games, Wilfred and Cyros have been bragging to each other.
Keith suggests that everyone just chill out. He takes Sarah down the road to get an ice-cream.
The conflict grows between the two factions. They are all vying for Sarah's attention. Adam and Wilfred devise the ultimate scheme. Their plan unfolds: Adam comes into the lounge-room in a muscle shirt with oil on his hands. He says he's off to the hardware store to get some six inch nails to fix up the back veranda. Keith jumps to his feet - and says he'll get the nails as he was heading down to the hardware store anyway.
He and Cyros get in the ute. As they back out, there's a thud. Sarah and Adam run out of the house to find Wilfred has been hit. There's panic. Adam keeps a cool head and takes complete control of the situation - ordering Keith to get some ice and Cyros to get out of the way. Keith isn't convinced that Wilfred is injured. Sarah screams at Keith, "Get the bloody ice."
A glum looking Keith and Cyros leave. Adam has his arm around Sarah as they wave goodbye to the visitors.