Kathy's given Jamie adequate admonishment for his role in the graffiti, and Kenton doesn't want her to make him pull out of the talent show. The village needs Jedward! Kathy thinks they both need to be around a bit more for Jamie - especially when Sid and Jolene are away. Kathy thanks Ed for his role in the graffiti saga.
Jazzer meets Harry, the new milkman, who's full of enthusiasm and bright ideas but Jazzer reckons his own way of ensuring customer retention works fine. Ed meets them at the Bull. Ed reckons Jazzer's going to bottle it at the talent show but Jazzer tells him to get ready to pay up.
Lynda and Kathy are concerned about the level of entrants for the Talent Show, but are even more concerned when Kenton admits there's bad news regarding the third judge. It turns out that Larry died five years ago. But Kenton's got it sorted. Neville Booth is the man for the job. Lynda's not convinced he has enough personality but Kenton's realised that the real judge is the audience - they should have a clap-o-meter. Lynda wonders how it will work. Kenton's sure Robert can rig something up.