Frank tells Helen he's not the sort of bloke who likes enjoys publicity. Helen tells him he has to do it as a lot of work has gone into the exhibition and if he lets her down now she won't forgive him. He says before he met Helen he was just an artist who painted and now he's in the public eye. He leaves abruptly and says he'll see Helen back at the flat.
Mrs Mangel is concerned that Jane is ironing Harold's smalls and asks him to remove his shorts from the ironing pile in the future!! Mrs Mangel heads off to play bowls and Harold says his creativity is stilted, as he can't concentrate due to Daphne's accident. Jane tells Harold to call the paper and enquire about his articles. Mrs Mangel returns in a state and tells Jane and Harold she has been served with a summons. Jane opens it and finds it is an application for divorce from Len.
JANE: Nan you haven't been gossiping about anyone have you? They can't be suing you?
Scott tells Helen they have to go outside so Lucy can take pictures of everyone. She tells him Franks wants her to cancel the press conference. She says Frank is different to how he was in the Bungle Bungles and thinks he can't stand the thought of strangers asking him questions. Scott says its natural for people to be interested in the artist, but Helen feels he will resent her after the exhibition. Scott asks if she's fallen in love with Frank. Helen says no, she finds him attractive and it could become more if they had more time along together.
Paul and Gail's
Gail is a sleep on the couch and has another nightmare about the crash. Paul reassures her and tells her to stop trying so hard to remember the number plate. Gail says she wants to try hypnosis but Paul is still reluctant and thinks she has been through enough traumas. Gail lies down and ask if they should visit Daphne again. Paul says he hates seeing Daphne like that and doesn't think it will help Gail's recovery.
Mrs Mangel is reading when she drops her bible. Frank is passing and picks it up for her. They both talk about how they cannot find the right words for their current satiations. They agree they should face up to their problems no matter how bad they are. Frank says it's been a pleasure to meet her and Mrs Mangel looks a tad smitten.
Henry is asking Scott why Frank left so abruptly. Henry thinks someone should tell Frank what a great woman Helen is. Scott says they shouldn't interfere and asks Henry to remember what happened when they tried to play cupid with Madge and Harold.
Helen is collecting her mail and Frank arrives home. He apologises for upsetting her and tells her he's not concerned about being well known. Helen tells him if his paintings become know then he becomes a celebrity – they come hand in hand. Helen admits she likes him but says she doesn't think she knows him as well as she thought she did. Frank kisses her.
Mrs Mangel tells Harold and Jane about her meeting with Frank. She tells them how his words made sense. Jane comments that when she was little Mrs Mangel told her never to talk to strangers.
Helen and Frank are relaxing on the couch. They're about to have a deep and meaningful when the doorbell rings – it's Henry! He asks her what she wants him to wear to the exhibition. Henry invites himself in and tells Helen to try on both the outfits she has planned for the exhibition so he and Frank can help her choose. As Helen goes to fetch the outfits Henry takes the opportunity to talk about Frank about loneliness in the Bungle Bungles!!
Harold tells Jane that Sandra Lloyd, the editor of the Erinsborough news is on her way to see him. He's sure she is impressed by his articles and is looking forward to a small windfall. Jane leaves to visit Paul and Gail and Harold coaches himself on how to act cool in front of Sandra.
Paul and Gail's
Paul is still at home looking after Gail. Jane tells them about Mrs Mangels divorce and is worried that she may lose the house. She asks for Paul's advice, as she knows it would break her heart to lose the house and move out of Ramsay Street.