Toby organises a sponsored parachute jump to raise money for a Children's Ward in his hospital. Supportively, Lee, Lucy, Anna and the grandparents all agree to take part, but once airborne will everyone pluck up the courage to jump?
Lee is outraged that the twins have started sex education at school and resolves to teach them everything he knows about the facts of life before Miss Anstis corrupts them.
Can Lee and Lucy's friendship with Toby and Anna survive a long weekend in a damp cottage in the New Forest?
When Charlie's school gets a bad Ofsted rating, Geoffrey and Wendy offer to pay to send Charlie to Private School, which presents Lee and Lucy with a moral dilemma.
Lee decides to gatecrash Lucy's favourite television programme and watch it with her. Lucy is not best pleased especially when Lee can't remember the name of the leading actor
Unable to convince Lucy that he didn't smash Lucy's precious heirloom, a blue and white antique vase that belonged to her grandmother, Lee summons the family to a meeting to flush out the culprit.
Lucy takes the kids away to her parents while Lee stays in the house to oversee the building work in their kitchen. Unfortunately, the builder Lee has employed to do the job has an annoyingly relaxed attitude to deadlines.
To celebrate Halloween, Lee and Lucy decide to take their children trick-or-treating, but things take a turn for the worse when Lee loses his phone on the doorstep of a creepy Victorian house. Upon returning to retrieve it, he discovers the building holds secrets that would have been better left alone.