Heartbreak High Episode 151
Drazic finds D'espo rifling through the till at the Shark Pool and is just about to throw him out when D'espo reveals that he is the new owner/manager. He initiates a new regime of cost cutting causing Mai to quit and the customers to start staying away. D'espo manages to talk Drazic into staying until he tries to sell a used, old rock cake to an old age pensioner and Drazic reaches his limit. He will have to do something drastic to make D'espo see the error of his ways.
While jogging Kurt meets up with an old sports mate, Lachlan, who is now the leader of a Youth Club ostensibly dedicated to physical fitness but also to having an ideological commitment to cleaning up the environment. Kurt joins the club and soon finds out that this 'cleaning up' includes not only doing the right thing as far as waste is concerned, but also doing the Right Wing thing of ridding society of the useless, the dropouts and homeless. When Kurt witnesses Lachlan beating up a homeless youth begging for money he begins to back away from the group, however Lachlan is determined to hold on to him.
Nikki, despondent at making no money busking, is just about ready to throw in the towel when Ryan insists that what she needs is a video to market her songs. Ryan sets up a fund at school to make money and appoints Mai as director. However Nikki and Mai have artistic differences over the design of the video - can they overcome their differences to reach their common goal?
Heartbreak High also stars Lara Cox as Anita Scheppers, Andrea Moor as Di Barnett and Frederick Miragliotta as Gerard Albers.
Heartbreak High is a Gannon Television production, executive producer is Ben Gannon and producer Chris Roache. This episode is written by Peter Kinloch and directed by Steve Mann.