Description: Emma is annoyed because Annabelle Scott has impressed the boys in the Music Class by writing a song, and Emma resolves to do better. Adil is happy because his new flying carpet has arrived, after a wait of seven hundred and twelve years, but Philip tells him to get it out of the house. Before he can do so, though, the rug carries Philip out of the window and away on a white knuckle ride. Emma struggles with her song, and wishes for help. Rather than bring heartthrob Billy Blaze into the room, as Emma had expected, Adil wishes up Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to help her. 'Wolfie' immediately falls for Sophie, and wants her as his muse. He is inspired to write, and Emma impresses the Music teacher when she passes Mozart's music off as her own. She rashly promises another song for the next day, as does Annabelle Scott. Mozart, whose advances have been spurned by Sophie, is heartbroken and refuses to write, until Sophie is forced to be nice to him. Emma takes Mozart's new composition to school, but, while everyone is distracted watching a person flying past the window on a magic carpet, Annabelle steals Emma's tape and passes it off as her own. Emma is mortified, until the music teacher expels Annabelle from the Music Class for copying Mozart's work. Sophie manages to convince a vain Mozart to return to his own time to compose his great music, and Adil finally brings Philip's magic carpet ride to an end. Everything gets back to normal. With Ben Lloyd-Hughes (misspelt as Llyod-Hugues) as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Hannah Tointon as Annabelle Scott. Written by Arnold Widdowson. Directed by Steven Bawol. Note: This is a reference to the 1980s song by Falco.