Vicky's excited that Nigel's taking part in the panto. Lynda remembers what a good dame he was last time. As Vicky admits feeling a failure over the veal business, consoling Lynda invites her to tonight's falcon debate.
Alan and Brian discuss their daughters' educations. Alice is staying on at university. Amy has applied for a couple of positions, one at Felpersham General's midwifery unit.
Will confronts Ed, thinking he's let the cows out deliberately to block the lane. Ed, in turn, accuses Will of revving his engine behind the cows. He'll be spitting teeth if he tries any more stunts.
At the debate, Lynda speaks in favour of the roosting platform, but Brian quickly makes his case against. Lynda accuses Brian of looking after his assets rather than the village. Afterwards, Nigel congratulates Lynda. However, she's not so confident. Vicky also chipped in, unhelpfully for Lynda. They'll have to wait until the end of the week for a decision from the PCC.
Vicky congratulates Will, having found out that he'll be an uncle. Angered, Will says he feels sorry for any kid that ends up with Ed for a father. Shocked Vicky concludes that those Grundy boys are as bad as each other.