Cully and Simon are getting married and Tom is very concerned about the rising costs of the ceremony and reception, particularly as it appears as though Joyce intends to go all out. However, Cully's big day has to be put out of Tom's mind for the moment as he and Jones are called to investigate the murder of Marina Fellowes, who was the Maid of Honour at the marriage of her friend, Beth Porteous.
Beth has married the aristocratic Ned Fitzroy and the Fitzroy family are less than helpful to the police during their invetigations and don't appreciate being asked questions. Barnaby and Jones soon learn that there are quite a few viable suspects for Marina's murder as she seemed to be amorously involved with quite a few people and there are several people who have grudges against the Fitzroy family so the list could potentially be endless. Tom has to sift through the available information while being frustrated by the lack of co-operation from the Fitzroy family and friends and others connected to them.
Finally, of course, the killer is unmasked but I won't tell you any more than that as this is most definitely an episode worth watching. A huge highlight is the return of Daniel Casey who, as Gavin Troy, returns as a guest at Cully and Simon's wedding (after almost running Tom off the road!) and it was terrific to see him for the first time since he left the show in the twenty-ninth episode.
Watch and enjoy!