Quentin defends a controversial painting and the son of the most horrible man alive, Claude Buzzo. The articled clerk has locked herself in her office and the painters still haven't finished their three-week office makeover.
Quentin wants to sack the new solicitor, Peter-Paul, for being too nice, but instead ends up accepting an invitation to dinner. Kate and Quentin team up to help two of their friends divorce. As a result, Kate decides to spice up their own marriage with some fantasy role-play. In this episode, Kate breaks the fourth wall.
Kate has a win in the industrial court defending a group of textile workers, who then offer to make her a dress for the Women-In-The-Law Dinner. Quentin does a favour for an old client of his father and learns once and for all that charity doesn't pay.
Kate and Quentin's son, Winslow, has been expelled from boarding school and Quentin decides to take his son's case to the school board. But returning to Broadshadows brings back the horrors of his own school experience.
Kate and Quentin take a proposal for a televised Hypothetical to be hosted by Sir Robert Jefferson (William McInnes) to the ABC. At the meeting with the Commissioning Editor (John Clarke), Quentin is asked to be the legal advisor on the ABC's new drama series, The Gavel Bangs Heavily, starring Sigrid Thornton. As Kate collects Sir Robert from the airport, Quentin spends his first and last day on a television drama set. As for the restraining order, you'll have to watch to find out.
The drive team from a top-rating radio station meet with Peter-Paul for advice on defamation and Quentin makes a lasting impression on the pair when he is called into the meeting. Meantime, the painters bring a worker's compensation claim against the Welchers so Quentin decides to conduct his own covert investigation with the help of Peter-Paul and Tia.
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