Jazzer's sporting a black eye - his girlfriend's husband came home unexpectedly, and he spent last night at Joe and Eddie's campsite. Tom reluctantly agrees to put Jazzer up for a couple of nights. Overjoyed, Jazzer assures Tom he'll be the model guest. The Grundys' turkeys never seem to shut up and he's not the outdoor type.
Robert tells Lynda that Jill had a marvellous birthday lunch. Lynda muses that they must visit Bath again themselves soon. She gets a little irritated when conversation turns to the peregrine platform and how it's going to work. She asks if Robert shouldn't be on his way to Borchester by now. Robert says he's picking up Jamie in an hour to buy materials to repair the damaged hide.
At the timber merchants sulky Jamie is less than enthusiastic about their mission. Robert takes every opportunity to involve him in the work when they get to the hide, to little avail. Eventually Robert gets Jamie to open up a little by talking about Sid and cricket, and Lucy's new baby, Sydney. But when Robert mentions Kenton Jamie's nonchalant. Robert's not fooled. He observes to Lynda that Jamie's acting tough, but he thinks that inside he's hurting like hell.
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