This episode opens with Alisha walking through a bar touching various men and it is interspersed with images of her having sex with a few of them. As she walks, she has a huge smile on her face, but each sex act that we see is actually rape because these men have no way of consenting to their participation.
As Alisaha is putting on her makeup, the gang is discussing whether or not Sally, the new probation worker is the one responsible for putting the notes in their lockers. Simon suggests that he go invisible for the day and sit in the locker room to see if he can catch who is doing it. During the entire conversation, Curtis cannot keep his eyes of Alisha. Curtis agrees with Simon’s suggestion and tells him to turn invisible, but Simon says he cannot do it if everyone is watching him. The gang is not impressed and leave the locker room just as Simon goes invisible.
The crew is assigned by Ben to sort the clothes he intends to send to needy people in the third world. When Ben asks for questions, Nathan pipes up, “if a bear and a shark had a fight, who would win?” When Nathan isn’t being offensive, he’s quite simply an arse. Ben answers saying, “if you have any relevant questions just ask.” Instead of starting to sort the clothes, the team take turns trying on different items and horsing around, while in the locker room, Simon waits quietly.
Nathan begins to do a horrible impromptu Bono impersonation but is interrupted when Sally and Jodie enter the center. It seems that Kelly has to do something called restorative justice with Jodie. In the meantime, Ben returns with another bag of clothing and clearly has the eye for Alisha, but Curtis who is looking on is not impressed.
In the office, Kelly tells Jodie, “if you’re going to go around saying that someone is a slag, then you’re going to get a slap.” Sally asks how they are going to resolve this issue and Kelly hears Jodie think, “this is bullshit, we’re never going to be mates.” This inspires Kelly to ask about Jodie’s break up with Dan and she adds that Jodie is better than Dan who is a rat faced loser. This sets Jodie off and she and Kelly stand up and start screaming at each other. They shove each other and Kelly headbutts Jodie. Jodie makes a face, curses Kelly in her head and suddenly all of the hairs on Kelly’s arm stand up. It’s clear that whatever power Jodie has, she has just used it on Kelly. Sally is forced to uhser Jodie out of the office quickly to end the hostilities.
Outside, Alisha asks Curtis what happened when he was arrested. Curtis says he was buying some coke with a girl who was seeing named Sam. It seems that Sam had the majority of the coke on her person and ended up in prison for six months for possession with intent to sell. Alisha asks if he is still with her and Curtis responds, “everything that was happening was too messy.” Alisha responds, “you know you want to, all I have to do is touch you.” Curtis tells her not to and she responds, “I can have you, anytime I want.” Curtis tells her to stop and says that he is leaving. Alisha is not impressed and tells him to stop being such a dick and touches him anyway. Curtis’ attitude immediately changes and as Simon watches, the two head off to the bathroom where they have sex. Gotta love how in television a couple always comes together at the exact same time. The moment Alisha breaks contact with Curtis, he realises what happened and is upset. Alisha says, “but you were so up for it and you kept telling me how much you wanted to be with me.” Curtis responds that it wasn’t him and that she cannot do this to people. He says that he won’t be looking at her anymore and asks if she believes that she can treat people however she wants because she is beautiful. Alisha answers that this is pretty much how it works. Curtis leaves the room telling her that she is so messed up.
A crying Alisha runs into Ben who offers to be an ear. The gang enters the locker room and Simon makes himself visible next to Curtis. Curtis asks if he has been in the locker room all day and Kelly asks what happened. With a creepy ass smile on his face, Simon says, “nothing, nobody came in.” Really, who sits there an listens to people having sex? Simon is deviant and creepy in so many ways.