Kenton has a free afternoon, and appears as David and Ruth are sorting the lambs. Ruth feels he can help but Kenton is too rough-handed and causes mayhem. David fires Kenton saying that he cannot be trusted, but he has plenty of other jobs for him.
Whilst out metal-detecting Eddie bumps into a bored Kenton, who persuades Eddie to let him have a go. Reluctantly Eddie hands over and Kenton goes off with great gusto just as David appears on the scene. David can't believe what he is seeing.
Eddie confides in Joe that his workload is looking sparse and he certainly doesn't want to end up on the dole. Joe will work something out.
Lynda is eager for Jill to get into training for her stint on the plinth. Lynda is 'cracking the whip' as a struggling Jill encounters Joe coming round the bend on Bartleby. Jill and Joe both have a good giggle.
Lynda apologises for pushing Jill to her limits. She confirms that Jill the perfect choice, but of course she needs to be successful in the ballot. Joe later tells Eddie that he has a much better idea for the plinth, but Lynda must not hear about it.
Episode written by Joanna Toye.