Theo (Matt Evans) has recently received flattering comments from a Lyrik fan on his social media.
At first, he is unsure of how to respond, but Kirby (Angelina Thomson) assists him in coming up with a reassuring retort. Sadly, Theo’s engagement has just made the fan harass the singer and mechanic with more texts, leaving them feeling overburdened.
In the end, Kirby suggests that Theo ignore the fan, but when he does, the fan responds with even more messages, this time flavoured with annoyance. Theo picks up the conversation with her and decides not to inform Kirby because he doesn’t want to argue with her. Although he won’t acknowledge it to himself, he likes the attention.
It isn’t long before the loving fan takes it up a notch – Theo is in the Surf Club with Kirby when Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) enters, holding a large parcel addressed to him that was shipped to the garage. When Theo opens it and discovers a huge portrait of himself, he is overjoyed. But Kirby frowns, thinking that this could be going too far. Kirby nods in agreement when John (Shane Withington) inquires as to how the fan was able to determine Theo’s workplace. Is this admirer pursuing him?
Theo is completely unaware that he has a stalker. He is sure it’s only a fan with a tiny crush on him; besides, she is a talented artist.
He excitedly displays the artwork to Leah (Ada Nicodemou) and Justin (James Stewart), and then starts organising where he will hang it. Theo believes that his admirer knew where to mail the portrait when he realises that the garage sponsors the band and that she likely noticed the emblem on the tour bus.
Kirby, however, isn’t persuaded. Nevertheless, Theo’s girlfriend loses patience and sends him on his own to sort out his own mess when he claims he thinks Kirby is envious.
Theo praises the admirer for her kindness, but shortly after, we notice a shadowy figure hunched over a scrapbook, gathering images and sketches of Theo.
Could the excessive obsession of this fan be dangerous?