Summary: The seemingly perfect life of obstetrician Dr. Bruce Chandler (Sam Neill) is turned upside down when his briefcase is stolen, and a very incriminating DVD finds its way to the local police. Meanwhile, Cleaver (Richard Roxburgh) is miserable when Barney (Russell Dykstra) won’t talk to him after his lapse of judgement with Scarlet, and he runs once again to ex- wife Wendy (Caroline Brazier) for solace. But the reception is cool – not only from Wendy, who thinks it’s his fault that Fuzz (Keegan Joyce) started an affair with his English teacher, Fiona – but from Fuzz himself, who thinks it’s Cleaver’s fault that the affair is over. So Cleaver finds a distraction at a boxing match where he takes cocaine and recklessly doubles his bet. And once again Mick Corella’s standover man Col (Steve Le Marquand) is there to remind him of his growing debt. Cleaver wakes up battered and bloodied to find Scarlet (Danielle Cormack) on the doorstep declaring that she’s homeless. Later that day the Chandler case lands on Cleaver’s desk. He can’t believe his eyes – the man who delivered his son and godchildren, accused of a “three way with the family dog”. With Scarlet’s presence compounding his guilt, he tries to get her to leave, but then Melissa (Missy) (Adrienne Pickering) turns up, railing at the realities of partner David’s (Matt Day) new political life. As Scarlet advises Melissa to stick with him because a good man is hard to find – it slowly dawns on her that Melissa is Cleaver’s ‘Missy’. When Wendy arrives looking for Fuzz, Cleaver can’t quite believe the circumstances that have all his women under his roof at once. Meanwhile Cleaver is using more and more cocaine. Taking advantage of Missy being close by, he enlists her help on the Chandler case and she comes up with a smart strategy that serves them well. But a call from Joe Sandilands (Geoff Morrell) has Missy scurrying back to dependable David, while Cleaver seeks solace in another line of coke.