Jazzer arrives to check the pigs, and asks about Neil's business worries. Christopher mentions a non-paying customer, Paul Clifford. Jazzer's heard that he might be going under. Christopher's bemused when Susan keeps quizzing him about her missing fruit bowl, and tells her that Jazzer's news is more important.
Lynda can see Christopher on the Ambridge plinth as a youthful icon - the village farrier. Christopher's not interested. Jazzer reckons he ought to be able to stand on the plinth selling. It's what would have happened in the Middle Ages.
Matt wants a bit of peace but Lilian wants some straight answers. Getting nowhere, Lilian tries a change of tack by suggesting they go to a nice country pub. Matt would rather drive to Skegness to see an old pal about a business deal. Lilian reminds him they've got to stay solid and Matt eventually agrees to lunch - as long as there's no more interrogation.
To Lilian's annoyance, Matt becomes engrossed in the pub's television. At least when he gets his car back he can slink off and do what he has to. Matt doesn't think she understands but she does. She's just not sure that she wants to any more.
Episode written by Graham Harvey.