Steiger telling Frazer the picture doesn't add up and he (and his colleagues) will be paying close attention.
Zeke getting ‘excited' when Pepper stripped down to her running gear before the cross-country run.
Christine telling Pepper that there is no history on Frazer and that Frazer Yates doesn't exist.
Frazer and Rosie arrive home and isn't impressed at Will making a mess of the kitchen under the pretence of cooking a meal. Rosie backs him up and calls a house meeting to see about getting professional cleaners in. Pepper tries to say she hasn't the money atm but Pepper replies that it will only be a small amount every week and Will objects too but Rosie blows her top. Pepper starts to get a bit suspicious of Frazer when he again backs up Rosie's idea and asks if they can have a chat, she can, and so they both leave.
Pepper is interrupted in trying to have her chat with Frazer when Zeke spots her, wanting to show off the fact he's been training for cross-country running but she quickly brushes him off as she *so* wants to talk to Frazer. When she finally gets his attention, she tells him what her mum said about him and he thinks correctly that the checks Steiger did were an abuse of police power and what about his rights to privacy.
PEPPER: Who cares? He came up with nothing – no record of birth, death, marriage or anything. Nothing.
PEPPER: Hi, I'm Heidi Steiger, people call me Pepper. Who the hell are you?
Will has calmed down and apologises to Rosie for going off on one about her wanting to get a cleaner in. They then bond over making cannelloni but she gets a bit freaked out when he places his hand on top of hers as she stirs the ricotta and suddenly decides she has to be elsewhere.
Frazer explains to Pepper that he left home at 16 and created Frazer Yates to get away from his friends and family because the person he was didn't fit. Pepper accepts his rationale behind it but asks him for no more surprises as she really likes him but out of curiosity she asks what he was called. Frazer stalls giving her an answer which forces Pepper explain why – she told her mum that Frazer Yates was an alias and that his real name was Frank Organ. “It's freaking what?!” Frazer says and Pepper tells him that was the first name that popped into her head (it was the name of a fellow pupil at school) when she was talking. He thinks it is funny that her dad will be putting this guys name through the system and hopes the guy doesn't have any speeding fines but Pepper isn't holding her breath!
They then spot an agitated Rosie leave the house and Frazer asks where she is going, Scarlet Bar, and if she needs a lift, she refuses one and Pepper is forced to tell him to stop letting his eyes wonder!
Carmella brings her sister up to speed on her campaign to get Ned and says that she's given up because Ned made it clear he wasn't interested and that she is going back to the convent instead. Rosie doesn't exactly believe her sister and mentions that they probably wouldn't take her back anyway! Carmella compliments her sister by saying that it is great to be able to have a conversation with her sister that doesn't result in hair pulling or trading insults.
ROSIE: We're not finished yet!
Will enters the bar and tells Rosie he's left her some cannelloni at home before going to the counter and Rosie goes all quiet when Carmella brings up how good life at No. 30 must be. She then has a great idea when he waves to her – Carmella could ask him out.
CARMELLA: I struck out with Ned so I should just throw myself at some other guy?
ROSIE: It's worked for you in the past!
Carmella reminds her sister she is still kind of a nun and isn't impressed when Rosie shouts out if anybody wants a naughty nurse's uniform. Rosie justifies it by saying it could make Ned insane over what he's missed by letting her go.
CARMELLA: (looking at the Sky) Lord save me from my sister's ideas.
Rosie eggs her on saying that Will is a good guy and that she wants her sister to be happy even though she gives him wanton looks from where they sit.
Pepper gives out instructions to the class while Zeke is handed a note that reads ‘Madison says Zeke's all talk. No action. which puts him in a bad mood and this is compounded when the kids in the class laugh at Pepper calling him by his Sunday name. He calls out to the class that he's proud of his name and if anyone objects they can see him.
Pepper then tells the class that they will be covering a wide range of topics in the class and all the boys start watching Pepper closely…when she leans over a desk giving the class a good view of her backside…and a bit of flesh! When she stands up, she realises something has happened and quickly tries to cover up the exposed flesh before she has a sneezing fit.
Will gives Rosie his permission to start looking for a cleaner before asking what Rosie thought of his cannelloni. She replies back that it was ‘fine' and knocks back his request to give him more cooking tips, saying there are loads of books available before making a quick exit out of the bar.
On her way out, she runs into her sister who is dressed to kill and wonders if she is going to ask Will out, she is, and turns down the invitation to watch citing work but telling her sister she'll be fine.
Carmella spots will at the counter and it doesn't get off to a great start when he gets her name wrong but, getting over that and knocking back the offer of food or a drink, she asks how his day has been…and if he has plans for later. Will can't see what she is trying to do and as she is trying to ask him out, she accidentally knocks over a class that still has something in it! Oops. He laughs it off while she is mortified and decides to quickly leave the bar without asking him out.
The General Store
Zeke and his cronies discuss the ‘eyeful' they saw in class and he shows off that he just so happens to live next door to the teacher. Zeke's eyes just about pop out of their sockets when Rosie offers him the job of cleaning their house and he can't say yes quick enough! Remembering he's in front of his mates though, he decides to play it *very* cool and Rosie reminds him that she wants things CLEAN and he confirms that he can start that afternoon.
Pepper comes home from work and is telling Rosie all about her eventful day at work exposing herself to the pupils when Zeke shouts out “hi Miss Steiger!” While he goes off to clean something, Rosie tells Pepper that she's employed a cleaner – Zeke! Rosie isn't happy because he was one of them that was leering at her.
ROSIE: Just make sure you don't bend over while he's vacuuming!
Pepper then wonders if it is ethical to employ a student to clean a teacher's house and is reminded that he lives with the Vice-Principal! Zeke's ‘high' at getting the job is brought back down to earth when Pepper says that it can't be bad having a “nerd as a cleaner.”
As Will is walking, a car approaches him and toots the horn but he isn't pleased to see the occupier, telling whoever is in the car that they should give up. The back seat passenger then dangles a set of keys in front of him and is force to take them but says that they won't be used before the car pulls away. With the car away, Will looks at the keys and they have an address on the keyring – 7/29 Eden Hills Drive, Eden Hills and on the other side ‘yours for the taking!' Mysterious but he shouts after the moving car that they are wasting their time and that he doesn't want anything from them either!
No. 30 back balcony/back yard
Frazer is getting odds for a horse when Zeke comes out to clean and is impressed at Frazer's set up. Trying to act a right eeijit, he introduces himself as Zeke from next door and that he is the new cleaner but Frazer ignores him and goes back to ‘work'.
Zeke reaches the bottom of the stairs and spots some washing out to dry…female lingerie and puts a pair of someone's knickers into his pocket.
Back inside the house, Pepper is going on about what a great cook Will is to Rosie when Zeke comes in asking if he can get off early because Susan wants him but he'll be back to finish off tomorrow. The ladies agree to his request and he leaves to be replaced by Carmella telling them that she is a failure as a woman for not being able to trap a man. Pepper is stunned by this as she thinks Carmella is hot in a “sisterhood kind of way”. Rosie wonders if she is nervous and suggests being relaxed the next time and urges her sister to have another go saying what's the worst that can happen?
The General Store
Will comes in to get some milk for the bar and while the assistant goes to get it, he pulls the keys out of his pocket and looks at the message – yours for the taking! He then notices a bin over by the wall…
Zeke meanwhile obviously didn't have to see Susan but wanted instead to see his mates and show off the booty – the stolen knickers, to prove that he wasn't all talk and no action! Zeke has just acquired some new friends for life with his ill-gotten gains.
Milk obtained, Will arrives back in the bar and spots Carmella sitting and says to ignore what happened earlier when she knocked over the glass. Finally she plucks up the courage to ask him out on a date and he agrees…but wonders why she's asking him out when she's a nun. She explains that she's taken time out to find herself and surely the corniest line ever; Will replies if going out with her helps her to find her way then he'd love to.
No. 30 balcony
Frazer tries to get some sleep but his various mobiles are ringing as Pepper and Rosie wonder how he can sleep though the noise. Pepper picks then up and shows them to him, saying that his phones are ringing but still he keeps on sleeping. Rosie tells her to answer them but she refuses to on the grounds that she doesn't want to be his slave when they get married. Finally, Rosie walks up to him to try and rouse him into answering his phones but he still sleeps on. She then realises that he is out cold and while Pepper now tries to wake him, Rosie finds a spanner behind the seat he is in.
Commercial break over, Pepper calls Rosie from the hospital to let her know how Frazer is – he's stable but hasn't woken up yet but the doctors think he'll be okay. Pepper tells Rosie to make sure that the doors are all locked, they are, and she just about jumps out of her skin when Will enters the kitchen. Rosie hangs up and tells Will to take a seat so she can fill him in.
Pepper takes a seat beside an unconscious Frazer and wonders who this Frazer Yates is.
Rosie has obviously told Will and he wonders who'd do such a thing, she doesn't know, and he wonders if there is some nut going around the neighbourhood jobbing people with tools. She then quotes police rhetoric at him before Will wonders who'd want to hurt Frazer but she reminds him of his occupation!
One of Frazer's mobile phones starts ringing and they wonder if they should answer or not. “Can't hurt,” says Will before he answers the blue mobile. The call is extremely brief and Rosie wonders what was said and he repeats what was said – that little Frankie got shot – before the caller hung up.
Looking extremely worried, Pepper queries if Will and Rosie heard the caller right and he confirms that he did. Rosie wants to know if Frazer is involved in any criminal activities and all she can reply back with is not that she knows of before saying that someone must have dialled the wrong number. Rosie accuses her of knowing something and Pepper stalls giving her answer and instead invites them into see Frazer but Will replies that he'll see her at home.
Pepper enters Frazer's room and asks how he is before wanting to know who hurt him. He replies that he doesn't know and tells her what he remembers – that his horse came in and the next he's waking up in Erinsborough Hospital. She thinks he must have some idea; he doesn't, so she brings up him using a false name, which Frazer thanks her for keeping that quiet, saying she is a very loyal fiancée. He gets a bit of a laugh when Pepper tells him that their housemates think he is a gangster and repeats the message Will took. Pepper isn't at all impressed when he tries to make a joke of it but is about to tell her all about little Frankie when the preview starts! So it is a case of tune in tomorrow to find out all about little Frankie!