In an attempt to secure a lucrative work contract Lucy goes for dinner at a client's house but on her way home accidentally drives over his daughter's beloved pet rabbit. Panicking, in case she loses the job, she inveigles Lee into her hair-brained scheme to get herself off the hook.
On a skiing trip to Eastern Europe, Lee, Lucy and Daisy become stuck in a cable car with a pregnant woman.
When Lucy enrols at Night School on a training course in counselling, Lee takes advantage of her new-found shug to help patch things up with his father. But the joint therapy sessions throw up more questions than answers.
Determined to put a stop to Lucy flirting at an Annual Trade Conference in order to get work, Lee takes evasive action.
After some dubious advice from Daisy, Lee decides that the best way to get Lucy to notice him is to make her jealous, and the best way to make her jealous is to get himself a girlfriend. Now all he has to do is choose the right girl...
The return from Africa of Lucy's first teenage love proves too much for Lee, especially when it turns out that Scott has written a play for Lucy and wants her to star in an Amateur production of it. Can Lee prevent them from getting too close?
When Lucy's god-daughter is suddenly dumped on her twenty-four hours before the girl's birthday party, it is left up to Lee to decide on an appropriate entertainment for fourteen nine-year olds.
Lee's father, Frank, buys himself a boat after a big win on the horses and invites Lee down for a long weekend with Lucy and Daisy. Despite the fact that Lucy is terrified of water, Lee persuades her to come along in the hope that he can manipulate her into sharing a double bed.
Lee is determined to create the perfect Christmas for Lucy and invites her parents to join the two of them and Daisy in a cosy old house in the country which used to be owned by his dead aunt.