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Ben and Susan go off to a couples' retreat for a weekend - at which they prove to be less than ideal guests - leaving Janey and Michael vying for the affections of Michael's new boyfriend. But the triangle proves to be more Bermuda than eternal.
It's Susan's Godparents anniversary, and Ben doesn't want to go. Susan's determined to make him, but he point blank refuses… which sparks one of many, many arguments. After their old one collapses, they go to get a new bed, which they argue over, until they find separate beds, which turns into separate rooms, which eventually turns into separate houses. Susan stays at her house, while Ben seeks solace in Roger, who's expecting a woman around. And while Susan is enjoying herself with lots of happy company, Ben is ruining Roger's evening with a woman. The following night, it's Susan's turn to find accommodation elsewhere, and she ends up in Michael and Scott's flat, where, as usual, she tries to take control of things. Ben then intrudes on Roger the following evening… mainly because he's hungry, but Michael and Janey come around, begging him to apologise to Susan... they can't stand having their separate parents in each others' flats. Will they get back together, or will everyones' lives be ruined by their split?moreless
Ben and Susan's trip to Spain starts out being an anniversary present from Janey and Michael, but then they discover that they all have to pay for it.
Kenzo seems to be the victim of a revenge campaign by Michael's old art teacher, and Susan finds herself caught up in a sexual harassment case at work.
Ben forms a workers union against theintroduction of timecards by his boss. Susan auditions as a childrens TV presenter but problems arise after she discovers her closest rival is her own daughter.