By Ley on Friday, November 12, 2010 - 23:56
In Cat’s own words: “Shit!” After finding out the extent of the damage, Cat tells Frankie about her recent troubles with her idiot boss since he found out she likes girls and not “middle-aged fat men in suits”. Frankie admits to her that it was Jay who’s behind the issues with the intern. Cat is fuming, but says it’s not Frankie she’s mad at. They make their way home and Frankie is dropped off first, and greeted by Sadie. Frankie is cold with her and Sadie decides to go home and see her another time, and Frankie kisses her goodbye and walks into her apartment building.
Cat’s making dinner as Sam arrives in from work. Sam reveals that as a girl she used to have a fantasy about Bewitched, the TV show, and having the perfect 50s housewife... Cat laughs as she asks: “Are you telling me, that this does it for you?” Sam smiles and replies: “Mhmm, each to their own.” Wow, they really are the trousers and skirt couple!
Tess comes in from having drinks with Ed, and asks Frankie about doing something for her birthday. Frankie sticks to the gang’s plan and says she’s working. She then asks Tess about Ed knowing what happened between her and Jay. Tess squirms as she realises she told him and apologises to Frankie, then notices something on her bed: the keys that she found in the drug guy’s squat, aka, the scary flat blocks where she noticed the kid wallpaper. Tess tells her the key ring belongs to a boxing gym in town.
Frankie makes her way to the gym the following day to enquire about the keys, saying they belong to her flatmate. Faking a coughing fit she sneaks a look at the files in the office. She discovers the name of the drug guy that’s been following her since she met him.
Cat has a go at Jay in the office about the intern and the drugs. She mentions what would happen if Becky found out, and Jay retaliates with a question about her happiness with Sam. Meanwhile Sam is on a stakeout with another officer discussing the very same thing. Sam says she really likes Cat but doesn’t want to scare her off from having admitted her feelings. She tells the other officer: “Telling you love someone is like gunfire, if you’re going to draw first, you better not miss.” So true Sam, so true!
Tess calls Cat to ask about doing something for her birthday. Again as planned, Cat says that her and Sam have gig tickets and can’t make it. Tess feels down and notices the girl from the bar the other night who asked her out while on the date with the married woman. She cuts the call short and goes down to try and flirt with her. She invents a story of needing an electrician: what d’you know, the girl’s a spark!! She follows Tess up to her apartment and realises Tess was lying. The phone goes and the girl answers it only to find out it’s Tess’s ex, who wants to meet up with Tess, so the girl leaves to avoid the drama. Ouch!
Frankie goes to the drug guy’s house and finds it empty. She then meets Cat to tell her about it all, while shopping for Tess’s birthday present. Then they get notice that the idiot boss is back in the office, and all hell is undoubtedly about to break loose.
Clearly, the idiot boss blames the office gay for it, but Frankie takes the blame. Not only for the smoky school, but also the drugged up intern. Wow.
Tess meets her ex and discovers not only does her ex look good due to Botox, she’s also engaged. That would be to the girl she was getting it on with while Tess and Ed hid under the bed. Her ex rattles on at Tess about her attitude and walks out, leaving Tess with the bill. Naturally! With that, Tess decides to go for Botox herself.
Frankie arrives back at the drug guy’s house, only to find her uncle’s car parked outside. She can hear them argue and runs to hide behind a corner as the door opens and her uncle comes out still shouting at the guy who’s standing at the door.
Frankie invites Sadie to the party. Sam turns up late to Cat’s and announces she has to look for somewhere else to live. Then worriedly asks Cat if she’s ok because she’s been a little, off, lately. Cat reassures her girlfriend that she’s fine.
At the party, Becky begins to wonder if Sadie was the one who stole her necklace. Cat and Frankie flirt a little and Sam notices it. Becky confronts Frankie about the necklace and then makes a snide comment about Frankie still loving Cat. Wow, you don’t do that to your partner’s best friend, no way!! To get back at her, Frankie starts making out with Sadie but keeps looking over at Cat.