- Lorraine doing housework at the Robinsons
- Susan accusing Paul of only looking out for himself
- Michael struggling with insomnia and seeing visions of his dead wife
- Summer neglecting exams because of her Pirate Net crusade
Michael sits in an empty classroom pre- exam and rejects a call from Emilia. He looks pale and worn but composes himself enough to step out into the corridor to tell the kids to take their seats in the exam room. Summer, who has been madly studying from her phone, enters the room with the other students but runs off to the bathroom when Michael asks everyone to put their phones in the box. In the bathroom, Tash makes small talk with Summer because she has a specialist maths exam which she's supremely confident about. Still cramming, Summer looks up from her cubicle and hides her phone in the air vent.
Rushing back to the classroom, Summer takes her seat and shakes her head when Michael asks if she has a phone. Noah, who saw her with her phone earlier, gives her a funny look. Michael announces the start of the exam.
Paul is annoyed to see Ajay on the front page of the Star.
PAUL: "The project was guided through the planning committee by charismatic young counsellor Ajay Kapoor".
SUSAN: Well, he does have a nice smile.
Susan isn't getting all worked up about it because the development is unlikely to go through as long as Lucas doesn't sell the garage. Toadie the lawyer walks up to them.
PAUL: What are you doing here?
TOADIE: Good customer relations, nice.
Toad wants to place an ad for new leases for the shopping centre. Paul retorts that the development may not even go through but Toadie thinks otherwise.
Paul is angrily on the phone to someone trying to see if he can track down proof that Ajay is corrupt. Susan suggests that its possible Ajay is merely doing his job but Paul can apparently smell corruption. Lorraine turns up having been unable to get into Number 22 because Paul didn't leave the key in a secret place.
LORRAINE: Do I look like magician?
LORRAINE: You think I'm...what you say...Henry Potter? I just magic myself into your house?
Susan looks amused. Seeing Ajay's photo on the newspaper, Lorraine comments that Mr Kapoor leaves his key in a secret place and doesn't waste her time. Hearing that she cleans for Ajay, Paul seems to be getting an idea in her head while Susan likes the feisty Lorraine.
Paul comes home as Lorraine is about to leave and he suspiciously compliments her on doing a good job. He confuses her further by offering her double rate to buy her a coffee, but she accepts upon confirming that it is double rate.
The exam is underway and Summer is writing about Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Michael tries to read his emails but the words start to blur and he looks dizzy. Sum struggles with her wording and puts her hand up to go the bathroom.
At the bathroom, there are an unusually large number of people waiting at the toilets during the middle of class. After waiting a bit, Summer leaves.
After the commercial, she's still struggling with her writing and the sounds around her start to crowd in on her. She freaks out a little but then it all goes quiet and she picks up her pen again.
Lorraine is quick to ask why Paul is sweetening her up and he doesn't beat around the bush - he wants her to be an "investigative reporter". He would like her to spy on Ajay and even shows her how to use a camera phone to take significant photos. She looks disgusted at his request but he tells her to think about it.
Toad and Susan are having a nice coffee when Paul comes interrupting. He offers Toadie ad space but Toad's already bought some in the Star. Paul asks Toadie to say hi to Ajay as a parting remark. Susan can see the smug look in Paul's eye but he won't divulge too much until the time is right.
Sum pops her hand up again and requests a bathroom break again. Noah pops his hand up as well and Noah whispers something to Michael which freaks Summer out, but her look relaxes when Michael brings Noah another sheet of paper. Michael goes to escort Sum out.
Ajay has come to the offices to talk to Paul and tells Paul that he's heard all about his plan to spy on him. Paul denies everything and calls Lorraine confused.
PAUL: She's confused. Inhaling all that bleach can't be good for anyone, can it?
Ajay calls Paul appalling and warns him not to pull a stunt like that again.
LORRAINE: I not work for bad man like you, I quit!
PAUL: Yeah, well you were going to be fired anyway. Go on; back off to the caravan park.
Paul is still convinced that he'll find something corrupt about the development but Ajay is adamant that the approval process was above board. They walk off but before going, Lorraine turns back for one last word.
LORRAINE: How you marry so many times? That is biggest mystery of all.
Susan reprimands Paul for trying to use Lorraine.
Michael stands outside while Summer goes into the bathroom. She stares at herself in the mirror and makes her decision - she retrieves her phone and looks at the quotes. Tash comes past after her maths exam and Michael, who is leaning against the wall outside the ladies room, tries to focus on her but she starts to blur out. Tash is worried but he pretends that he's OK and just a little hot, but he looks awful. Tash leaves and Michael calls out to Summer and eventually comes in when Sum doesn't really answer him. She puts the phone back in the air vent and rushes to the sink and pretends like she was just washing her hands...but then her phone vibrates. Michael looks around and the phone vibrates itself off the air vent and onto the floor. Sum denies knowledge but the wallpaper on the phone - a photo of Summer and Andrew - would contradict that.
They head out of the bathroom.
SUMMER: Michael, please, this is not how it looks.
MICHAEL: And how does it look?
SUMMER: Like I'm cheating, but I'm not.
Michael sees the Frankenstein quotes on her phone and she can't deny it any more. She still gives it a go though - tearfully claiming that she knew the quotes but she was just double checking. She pulls onto him but suddenly Michael collapses! Sum yells for help and calls for an ambulance.