Things get Dickensian when a stranger inspires Will to get Greene to mend his evil ways.
6/6 As Will wrestles with temptation a bigger threat to his family lurks in the wings.
5/6 Will's new play about Julius Caesar is disrupted by a lot of backstage backstabbing!
4/6 When Kate stands in for Sue at a masked ball it causes problems.
3/6 A brilliant new actor has some surprising views about the authorship of Will's plays.
2/6 Greene has hit on an ingenious new way to destroy Will's reputation.
1/6 Will has a problem with A Midsummer Night's Dream, a love potion and a donkey head.
Will's hopes of a quiet family Christmas go wrong very fast.
6/6 Will's finished Romeo and Juliet but now there's competition over who will play Juliet.
5/6 The women in Will's life are not impressed with his play about a strong woman humiliated.