Sue is still upset with Pete, after his indiscretion. When Sue agues with another parent, on the way to school, Karen is hit by a car.
Angela pays the family a visit, with Brick, her new American Partner, and one of his children. Sue is irritated that Angela seems to have discovered the delights of being a parent.
Sue discovers that Pete has kissed one of the mums from the children's school, when he was drunk. Brick, who is a sex therapist, tries to analyse his behaviour at dinner.
Sue is trying to tidy the house, ready for a prospective buyer, which is made harder by the bird which becomes trapped in the kitchen.
Karen is reluctant to go to school as it's Friday 13th, which she has been led to believe is bad luck.
Pete is shocked that everyone has been talking about his forthcoming colonoscopy; Karen has even put the event on facebook.
Karen decides that she wants to be an astronaut; Ben advises her that women can't be astronauts because they can't throw.
Jake worries about Pete's forthcoming operation.
Pete and Sue clash over their social diaries. In the end Pete plays tennis but has to look after the children who cause chaos.
Sue worries that Jake is looking at women as objects.
Sue finds a picture of a half naked woman on the family PC. She discovers that it's Jake's picture of a teacher at school. Sue buys a software programme to stop such things happening again, although she has to ask Jake to install it.
Sandra admits that she wants to give money to Sue and Pete, as she hopes it will help cure her apparent gambling problem.
Ben's school is banned from a chess tournament, after he and his opponent are rather noisy during their game,
Pete's Mother (Sandra) treats the family to a sightseeing visit to London. Jake is not very happy, especially as he forgot to charge his 'phone and is not able to send text messages. Sandra tries to give Sue £3000, to "help" with the children's education and explains how her marriage is "dead".moreless