Alan's visiting Jack and Peggy when he bumps into Jennifer. He tells her there's more sports equipment for Alice to collect. She's had a great response from everyone.
Pip's happy to do some 'rowing-up' of the silage grass, on the tractor. Although David's concerned when he realises she's cut herself, he's really proud of her for noticing and removing bits of barbed wire. Eddie hopes David and Ruth don't mind about their competing activities on Farm Sunday. They assure him it's fine but Eddie panics when David teases him about his risk assessment and public liability insurance.
Eddie and David about badgers. It's a problem for Nigel, and Oliver's really concerned - which is worrying for Ed too.
Alice is devastated to learn that the RAF has turned her down. Adam tries to console her and persuades her to join his night out with the strawberry pickers. Alice has a good time, and Adam teases her for clearly only having eyes for Lajor.
Alan's evening out is cut short when he gets a worrying phone call from Usha. She's had a nasty letter and is in a bit of a state. Alan doesn't know why people can't just leave them alone.
Episode written by Carole Simpson Solazzo.
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