Doug is leaving for his second interview and Annalise is dressed up for hers. Pam is surprised she's interested in stockbroking but Annalise wants financial security. Pam says she might get an executive position one day.
ANNALISE: Oh no, it's the men I'm setting my sights on. I mean those rich, financial types... hook one of them and you're set for life!
Rick wants Lou to help him with the accounts before his mum changes her mind about him running the place. It's obvious to Lou that Cathy doesn't know anything about it. Lou agrees to take a look, but when it all blows up in Rick's face he knows nothing.
Gaby asks Paul to tell her what's going on and Paul tells her that Philip has been arrested for fraud. Gaby refuses to believe it and assumes it is something Paul has done with DMH. Detective Sergeant Fry and Officer Rockman arrive with a warrant to search the office.
Jeffrey Hockney's office
Jeffrey says Annalise's CV looks good, and so does she. Annalise has been studying stockbroking and Jeffrey can see the job means a lot to her. She has convinced him she's more than just a pretty face. He offers her the job and asks her out for dinner.
The police leave and Gaby tells Paul she knew he was up to something. Paul says he was trying to cover the evidence. When he found out Philip and Julie were getting back together he tried to put a lid on things. Gaby realises he was trying to make Philip the scapegoat when he thought he was going to Perth. Gaby says he has to talk to the police but Paul says there is no evidence against anyone except Philip.
Lou is helping Rick who wants to know why there are so many expenses and hardly any profit. Rick plans to cut back on his staff and work longer hours himself; he's going to have to sack Annalise.
Paul is trying to convince Julie and Helen that Philip is guilty and that's why he was going to do a runner to Perth. Helen tells Paul that Julie needs support and he apologises and says he'll do what he can to help. Julie doesn't know what she'll do if she loses Philip.
Gaby is waiting for her lunch while Rick asks cryptic questions about Annalise's temper. Annalise comes in and Rick beats around the bush trying to sack her.
RICK: Do the words economic rationalism mean anything to you?
ANNALISE: Yes they do. What do they mean to you, Rick?
RICK: Ah, well, I'll put it another way. It's not easy having people's livelihoods depending on you. I mean there are these serious responsibilities.
ANNALISE: Yeah, yeah, right, what can I say? Now...
RICK: Just let me finish. You have to understand there are these fiscal pressures and because I'm in charge here...
ANNALISE: Rick, I quit, OK?
RICK: You what?
ANNALISE: I quit! The wages here are lousy, I have to work like a slave, and I'm sick of it! And I quit, OK? Now what was that you wanted to tell me about economic rationalism?
RICK: You're fired!
ANNALISE: Too late!
Paul is writing a letter when he gets a phone call from Christina. He tells her to pack everything of value and take Andrew to the airport where there will be a ticket to Brazil. He will see her in Rio in a day or so! Gaby comes in and Paul says it's a bit late for her to be hanging around. Gaby says it doesn't sound like he's planning to hang around. Paul says she won't have to worry about him but Gaby says she's worried about Philip. Paul tells her to think about what he's giving up for Philip.
Doug comes home from his interview. There's a good chance he has got the job, but not the one he applied for. It's in the north west of New South Wales! He would have to move up there for two years.
Jeffrey says he always liked this restaurant and Annalise says he must spend a lot of money here with how attentive the waiters are. Jeffrey says an attractive woman like her should be used to waiters fawning over her. He asks her what she wants out of life and Annalise says everything. Jeffrey can see they are going to get on well.
Pam tells Gaby about Doug's job. She doesn't know how often he'll be able to come home. The only alternative would be to move up there. Gaby tells her she could travel up from time to time. Pam says apart from the business with Jill Weir they have never been apart and she doesn't think she wold cope. She doesn't want to tell him how she feels and make it hard for him as she knows how important working is for him.
Doug asks Lou why nothing can ever be simple.
DOUG: To be up there for two years without Pam. There's one thing I've learned with all that Jill Weir stuff; how much I need her with me.
LOU: Jill Weir?
DOUG: No, Pam!
Doug thinks Pam would come with him but he can't ask her to do that.
Helen follows Paul out of the house in the dark and doesn't understand why he has to leave right now. Paul asks her to trust him and tells her he loves her. Helen asks when they will see him again but Paul doesn't know. They hug and Paul gets into a taxi.
Pam tells Doug she will never get used to the idea of them being apart. Doug says neither will he, which is why he's decided not to withdraw his application. Pam won't hear of it; she can be happy away from Erinsborough. She will easily get a job as they need nurses everywhere.
DOUG: And to think when we got married my mother said you weren't good enough for me.
PAM: No, no, Dougie, you're confused; that was my mother.
DOUG: Oh, you're right; it was your mother who said you weren't good enough for me!
Paul hands the driver an envelope and some cash and asks him to hand the envelope in to the police on his way back from the airport.
Annalise and Jeffrey leave the restaurant and Annalise spots Lauren. She chases her into a restaurant and tells her everyone's worried about her and Lou is miserable. Lauren says she bets Brad and Cheryl aren't miserable. Annalise says that's what this is about; Lauren is feeling sorry for herself. Lauren says Cheryl wants to marry Dad so he's got other things to think about and doesn't need her bothering him. Annalise says Lou loves her and is blaming himself. She is going to tell him Lauren will call him tomorrow for father's day; if she doesn't it will break his heart.