Steph wondering to Toadie who is actually going to vote for her bar criminals, alcoholics and misguided youths when she reflects on her choice of campaign poster.
Frazer moving his big toe.
Ollie not happy about Elle arranging the DNA tests.
Ollie burning the DNA results.
Paul surprises Ollie when he arrives for his check up and goes to see what was burning when Ollie leaves.
Carmy tries to teach Ringo the Cammeniti 12-step dance while Frazer does his version in the background (it is so funny) but Ringo decides to do his own interpretation of it. While watching the dancing, Pepper notices that Frazer is moving his foot to the beat of the music.
The happy atmosphere changes when Rocco calls his daughter from the prison but Rosie isn't in the mood to talk with him and hangs up! Carmy is peeved at Rosie hanging up.
Elle comes in looking for Ollie and the assembled inform her he went to the hospital alone, so she quickly runs out of the room as quick as she comes in. Carmella twigs that they must be a couple but the assembled have obviously glued their mouths closed since nobody confirms or denies this. Frazer breaks the tension by suggesting they all get drinks. Before they leave though, Pepper subtly tries to ask Rosie about any movements Frazer may have had since the accident but she is oblivious to what Frazer is experiencing.
The news has sunk in and Carmy is now teary about the news of Elle and Ollie but she stops when Ringo tells her about a deal he has struck with Tony the Organic King. It turns out the deal was struck because Tony thought Ringo owned the business, so her tears turn into ‘I'm peeved' but she decides to go along with Ringo's deal.
Toadie is taking pics of Steph for her new campaign poster and she's done about a big a 180 as you can do – conservatively dressed and holding Charlie who has an Aussie flag in his hand. She isn't exactly enthralled but Boyd comes over to say he liked the speech she was going to read.
Carmy cheats to beat Ringo in the motorbike game but their scores haven't come close to ‘Thorn's' score. It must be the day of being peeved off as Steph is annoyed to find out that her high score has been beaten again by the mysterious ‘Thorn' and jumps back on to try and beat it.
Ollie must be one unlucky guy – he left the hospital walking but arrives at Lassiter's on crutches! His excuse is a twisted knee done in the hospital car park but it must have been a RL twisted knee for David. Elle showers him with sympathy before getting down to business – the test results. Oliver tells her that Alan Napier isn't his grandfather which has her mystified as to why he was saying that and Ollie puts it down to his brain playing tricks with him being in the coma. She wants to see the results and he replies that he left them at the hospital.
Pepper is trying to quiz Frazer subtly about his moving foot but gives up and comes straight out with it. He confirms that he has had some movement and agrees to tell Rosie to shut Pepper up!
Despite the smooch, Elle is still puzzled by Napier's claim of him being Ollie's grandfather. Paul arrives home and tells them off for pashing with a child in the house. Ollie is being quite rude to Paul and Elle wonders why he's been acting weird and twigs that the test results must have been different – that Napier is his grandfather. Ollie denies this and Paul mentions about him burning something at the hospital, so Elle issues him with an ultimatum – tell her the truth or she is off to the hospital to get the truth.
Commercial break over and Ollie is forced to admit that it is true; Napier is his grandfather but still can't understand it. Elle volunteers to get a PI to do some digging but Paul wants to do it above board and suggests staring with getting hold of Ollie's birth certificate.
Steph is happy because she has beaten ‘Thorn's' score. Rosie wants to have a go but Steph doesn't think a newbie is up to beating her high score, so Toadie offers her an incentive.
TOADIE: If you beat Steph's top score, emm, I will slap her in a bubble skirt and legwarmers, train her up to sing an 80's rock ballad of your choice at your wedding.
Steph can't believe what Toadie has just but issues her own incentive to Rosie if she fails to beat Steph's high score – singing a rock ballad at the altar with her bridesmaids as back-up singers! (Pepper's face looks a picture on hearing this). Rosie agrees to the deal and the ladies climb onto the bikes while Toadie and Frazer have a side bet on their ladies but Frazer doesn't want to.
ROSIE: Do it or the weddings off!
Pepper tells Rosie she'd better win because she isn't singing back up vocals!
Ollie picks up a copy of his birth certificate but it just confirms who his birth parents were but wonders if they paid to get a false birth certificate. Elle wonders why someone would do that and he wants to know too. She suggests Will might know but Ollie doesn't know how to track him down and Elle “teases” him with the use of the PI to do the digging.
The race finishes and the winner is…Rosie! Steph is not happy to be beaten and her jaw drops further when Rosie reveals that she is the mysterious ‘Thorn'. Carmy is stunned given her sister spent her life in the Uni library but Rosie explains that they had an identical game in the Uni café where she blew off steam during study breaks.
Steph congratulates her formidable opponent and Frazer goes all mushy over his fiancée winning before collecting his winnings (for the honeymoon slush fund and not the racetrack like he wanted). Rosie then reminds Steph of her forfeit even though Steph wishes like it had all been forgotten and suggests a couple of options and Frosie aside, they all depart to the office to find a song. Frazer blurts out to Rosie that he moved his foot and Rosie is stunned happy.
Rosie is happy at the news but Frazer is trying to play it down. Teasing him, she urges him to kick her and even waggles her bum in his face to encourage him. Frazer tries to get out of the chair but all he can manage is to move his foot up and down like earlier but Rosie reassures him that he will get there, she has faith in him.
Toadie comes up with the perfect song – Every rose has its thorn and Boyd says he will put it on the shortlist.
Rosie and Frazer return and order champers for everyone, freeloaders included, and Pepper hugs Rosie because he has told her.
The PI hands over his findings (that was quick!) to Elle, and Ollie reads it aloud – Napier has 2 children, a son called Marcus living in Melbourne and a daughter called Rebecca somewhere since her address is unknown.
OLIVER: One of them could be my mum or dad.
Paul is still bitter about using the PI but Ollie couldn't care (provided nobody gets hurt) as long as he gets what he wants – to find out who his parents are.
Steph is on a high following a successful meeting with a journalist about her campaign. At the bar though, Boyd picks holes in what she and wonders how she can promise everything while cutting rates at the same time. Toadie tries to get him to shut up but Boyd reminds them that nobody votes for a candidate with empty promises and thinks you shouldn't need to lie to get votes. Toad reminds him of the “by 1990 no Australian child will live in poverty” before kissing Steph goodbye to take Charlie home and start on the dinner.
With Toadie away, Steph asks Boyd if she did sound phoney and he replies that he'd rather vote for the pic of Steph celebrating getting top score on the bike (before the duel) than the false pose that Toadie took earlier. Sadly, Steph admits that she needs to play the political game to stand a chance of winning.
A field outside
With Carmella hiding in the van, Ringo seals the deal with Tony the Organic King and loads the veggies into the van. He joins her inside and she is happy stunned that he got the deal concluded. She starts ribbing him about his dancing and Ringo reminds him that Brown's don't dance but she is adamant that will change and begins with a lesson in the middle of nowhere when she drags him out of the van.
A house somewhere
Oliver knocks on a door and asks if the owner is Marcus Napier. The owner thinks he is trying to flog something and when Ollie says who he is finds the door is slammed in his face with an “I've got nothing to say to you” welcome. Paul and Elle look on mystified in the car.
A field outside
Ringo and Carmella continue to dance but they are giving each other the ‘come on' look and heads move as if to pash.
A house somewhere
Ollie bangs on the door, wanting Marcus to come out and talk. In the car, Elle wants to rescue him but Paul advises that they sit and wait. Finally the door is answered but Marcus wants nothing to do with the Barnes family. Ollie repeats what Napier said – that he was his grandfather – and is after some answers. He asks if Marcus is his father and isn't accepting any more lies.
MARCUS: I'm not your father…but it's possible my sister might be your mother.
He then explains that while he was overseas, his sister left and Pam and Cliff had adopted a son.
Marcus can't confirm and can't tell Ollie where Rebecca is because he hasn't seen her for years. He is also reluctant to give him any information at all because he thinks Rebecca will bring him misery.