David tells Ruth that Pip and Jonathan will babysit while he takes Ruth for an anniversary meal. Ruth wonders why Pip won't be out celebrating the end of term but David suspects she's had enough after looking after her drunken friend recently.
Peggy's given the go-ahead for the community shop. Brian's frustrated that Peggy has shelved the plan to convert the shop to a flat. Brian tells David about the incident at the shoot. While admiring Will's conviction, Brian thinks that Will needs to learn to play the game. David appreciates Brian's opinion on the leaflets for the meat boxes, and they toast each other's future success.
The Lies have a gig at The Tramshed. Jazzer acts as the band's roadie and Fallon's bouncer, and is very attentive, showing excessive concern for Fallon's well-being. Fallon thanks him for everything he's done and is shocked to find that Jazzer had failed to notice a hot blonde at the bar. Jazzer confirms Fallon's suspicion that there's a special someone else Jazzer has his eye on. She advises him to buy flowers and be romantic to prove that he's serious; Fallon promises it'll make the girl melt. Flowers do it every time.
Episode written by Carole Simpson Solazzo.