The 'Go Getters' riding practice is a shambles. Accepting he's out of practice, Nigel agrees that Shula should be the lead rider.
Everyone enjoys reminiscing about the 1980's at Shula and Kenton's party. His t-shirt - 'Kenton Says Relax' - is a big hit.
As Eddie and Ed drive round the car parks of Great Yarmouth, Ed wishes he could change what's happened between him and Will. They're about to call it a day when Ed recalls a distant memory of him and Will playing in the sand dunes. Suddenly he remembers a WW2 pillbox they loved and realises that's the place to look.
Sure enough, Will can be seen sitting next to the pillbox. Ed insists on going to him alone.
Will is totally vulnerable and feels Ed's taken everything from him - he's won. Ed hates what he's hearing and recalls how he looked up to Will. Will cracks at the thought of George not needing him. He sees himself as a violent loser and breaks down when he realises that Ed's not going to stop him from seeing George. Ed assures Will that things will be all right. As Will slowly gets to his feet, Ed tells him they're going home.
Episode written by Nawal Gadalla.