Steiger tells Pepper he's going to apprehend Kevin ASAP – this is now a criminal investigation. Meanwhile someone is spying on Pepper.
Terrence tells Harold about Madge appearing to him from the beyond and Harold is shaken.
Pepper receives another note, telling her not to play with fire – next time she'll get burned!
Steiger yells at Pepper not to touch the bassinet as they need it for forensics. He gives some police officers instructions on what to do next then apologises to Pepper for snapping at her; it's just that if they get a clean print it'll be easier to nail Kevin. Pepper says Kevin hasn't done anything to harm her (except break in, as Steiger points out). She makes excuses for him but Steiger wants her to realise they don't know what Kevin is capable of. Pepper points out he's a sweet guy but Steiger says no one sweet does this. From now on she has to stay close to him; nothing's going to happen to her on his watch.
Sky is telling Harold about Susan and Janelle taking Bree and Rachel away from Terrence. Harold thinks it's only natural and admits to Sky that the reason Terrence didn't turn up today was because he cancelled him. Sky isn't happy but Harold says she was gathering disciples and trying to convert them – Janelle and Susan had every right to be angry. The Timmins need to find their own way to deal with their loss, without her hurting them. Sky asks whether he felt hurt when Madge came through to him. Harold says he was confused and frightened. He didn't even know if it was legit! He wants to Sky to stop.
Harold opens the door to leave but finds Terrence there. Sky apologises for the cancellation but Terrence understands. He just needs to know what to tell all these voices – will Stingray etc have to find another way to communicate with them? Sky is adamant she wants to continue with the sessions. Harold wants Terrence to leave and Terrence understands that – in fact Madge warned him he would react that way. Kerry was a whole lot less polite about it! Sky and Harold take this in. Sky smiles as Terrence says Kerry called Harold a ‘stubborn old –‘ (he won't elaborate, this being a G-rated show). Kerry is proud that Sky named her child after her. Harold and Sky are slightly stunned and Terrence admits he sometimes doesn't know when to stop! He respects their wishes and turns to leave, only for Harold to call him back and ask him to come in.
Pepper is looking at old photos. She and Steiger remember when Kevin couldn't bring himself to shoot a pig on one of their expeditions and Pepper wonders why he would go and join the army then. Steiger admits he's mysterious. Pepper doesn't know why he'd hurt her after all this time but Steiger points out he's not exactly rational. He wishes he could get a clear, recent picture of him; if only they could speak to someone. He needs a court order to get info from the army and he's still working on that. Pepper is dejected and her dad comforts her, reminding her that when he's here the monsters can't get her.
Pepper stumbles upon a photo of Kevin's mum – she was a real sweetie and she and Pep got on like a house on fire. Pepper decides to talk to her; it's surely worth a try.
Frazer wheels himself in and stops by the pool. He sees a man being helped out of his wheelchair and onto a machine that lowers him into the water. Frazer watches this for a few seconds, becoming more and more uncomfortable until he turns and hastily wheels himself away.
Tim Collins & Associates
Rosie is getting quotes for ramps and bathroom modifications. Toadie wants to see the quote but Rosie is adamant it's none of his beeswax, not when he won't be paying a cent. The government might not cover it all but she'll make up the shortfall until Frazer can pay her back with the compensation from the racetrack.
Toadie points out she promised not to take that case any further until she got Frazer's permission. Rosie points out he did the same with Abby, showing him that not just legalese seems to be a foreign language to her – she can't spell for toffee. Toad takes her change of subject to mean Frazer didn't sign but Rosie says he has. She sends Toad out to check for messages and opens up the legal documents, signing them quickly before handing them to Toadie. He asks what happens if she doesn't win – she'll be in a lot of debt.
ROSIE: I *will* win. Discussion is over.
Terrence wants Sky to take on Harold's words about Bree and Rachel – everyone has the right to grieve in their own way. Sky knows but if they met him then they'd understand. Terrence thinks they aren't ready yet. He resisted talking to Anne, his first girlfriend, for ages. She died of cancer and he knows that Harold can understand that. Harold is surprised Terrence knows what happened to Madge. Terrence says he understands if this isn't the right time and Harold wants to at least pay him for his time. Terrence is more concerned with trust. Sky does trust him but he tells them to listen to each other when it comes to their feelings about this and then get back to him.
Harold agrees. Terrence picks up Stingray's skateboard enroute to leaving and tells them Scotty is talking to him, telling him he wants his ashes scattered at the skatepark.
Mary Casey's House
Mrs Casey lives in a big mansion. Pepper and Steiger knock on the door and Pepper introduces herself to Mary. Mary is happy to see her and hugs her. She remembers Steiger too. Pepper mentions Kevin and Mrs Casey gloomily says she hasn't seen him… Pepper apologises and Mary smiles again, telling her not to. She asks Pepper and Steiger to stay for some tea so they can catch up.
Harold and Sky debate how Terrence knew about the skatepark. Harold thinks it was a logical step on from the skateboard. Sky thinks Harold knows deep down that they've landed on something very special. Harold is still finding it difficult- he always steered people away from spiritualists. Sky is going to keep on seeing Terrence and hopes that maybe he'll be able to channel David and Serena too! How can Harold say no to being in touch with the whole family? Harold supposes one more time won't hurt.
Toadie tells Frazer he's fine with any changes to number thirty. Frazer says he isn't sure he's even going back and Rosie calling up builders is just down to her control freakiness. Toadie thinks that's harsh and tells him not to push people away. Frazer tells him he'll see him later and Toadie, slightly miffed, gets up, telling him he'll update him on his case as it goes on. Frazer asks what case and reminds him he's not interested in going to court.
TOADIE: Then why did you sign your writ?
FRAZER: I haven't signed anything.
Tim Collins & Associates
Rosie is off to lodge Frazer's writ and Toadie comes in, telling her he's just been at the hospital, offering support to Frazer.
TOADIE: Poor ol' Fraze too. Not only has he lost the use of his legs but he's lost his marbles too!
He tells her she could ruin both their careers by forging Frazer's signature. Rosie knows but Frazer needs to be compensated. If she doesn't have this case…Toadie finishes for her, saying she doesn't have Frazer. But when he finds out the truth wouldn't it be curtains anyway? Rosie says he isn't the real Frazer and when the real Frazer returns he'll be understanding and grateful for what she's done.
Mary Casey's House
Pepper is pleased to find Mary still bakes, which no one does anymore. Steiger goes off to take a wander – not to case the joint but to admire the garden. Mary says to Pepper that it is almost like it was ten years before. She feels Kevin is about to appear any moment. What happened was such a tragedy; Kevin was brokenhearted. Pepper tells her she had a miscarriage and it's important Kevin knows that; she didn't lose the baby deliberately. Mary says it's in the past but Pepper is sure that's why he's stalking her. Mary tells her she lied about not seeing Kevin. Pepper understands she had to protect him. Mary knows she can trust Pepper so tells her Kevin was there, so messed up and angry, totally not himself. She assumed he was upset about being dismissed from the army. Mary's scared he'll do something stupid but knows he'd never hurt Pepper. Realising how lonely Mary is, Pepper promises to keep in contact with her. Mary is pleased.
Steiger finds ‘KC + PS 4 Ever' etched onto a treetrunk. There's a big cross drawn through it with black marker pen. He takes a photo of it on his mobile phone.
Sky tells Terrence she and Harold want to continue and he's pleased. He says Stingray is too. She tells Terrence about her premonitions about something bad happening to Stingray – could she have stopped it? Terrence says no, it was his time. But she should've told him about her premonitions sooner. Sky asks if that changes things. Terrence says it now all makes sense – he knew there was something.
TERRENCE: You have the gift.
Steiger makes Pepper jump. She's been thinking about how badly she treated Mary and Kevin by just walking out of their lives. Steiger says she'd been through a lot but Pepper still thinks she was selfish. Steiger asks if she thinks that gives Kevin the right to stalk her; she can't feel responsible. Pepper tells him she promised to keep in contact with Mary and Steiger isn't happy about it but Pepper can't see any harm in it.
Mary Casey's House
Mary calls the police, telling them that she needs to talk to someone about her son. She falteringly tells them about everything that's been happening then stops, saying that everything's fine, he's fine and she's sorry to have bothered them. She hangs up.
Sky tells Terrence about seeing ‘Timmins' on her mum's memorial headstone, then her dream about Stingray fading from a photograph. Terrence sees these as signs she is truly gifted. Stingray didn't die in vain; his passing has unlocked her vision. But it's an intensive process and she has to be sure she can manage it, both emotionally and financially. Sky picks up on the money aspect and he tells her she'll make it back easily when she gets clients of her own. Sky is surprised he thinks she can do what he does. Terrence tells her there's nothing more satisfying than seeing peoples' expressions when they get messages from those they loved. Sky tells him she has to think it over. Terrence advises she makes this decision alone, without other people's opinions infringing on her. Soon she won't need him at all to talk to Stingray. He can tell she's frightened but he was exactly the same when it happened to him.
FRAZER: Well, well – who's been telling porkies?
Rosie thinks he's one to talk; he swore he'd go to rehab but he hasn't been to one session! Frazer doesn't think that quite equates with fraud. Rosie is trying to help him but Frazer tells her to help someone else – he's never been good with pity.
ROSIE: It's not pity.
FRAZER: What do you call it?
Frazer looks up.
ROSIE: There, I've said it. I'm in love with you and I want us to face this together.
ROSIE: Say something.
He just stares at her as we fade to black.