Jack and Victor decide to visit Winston in his new home at the seaside town of Finport - but find the local people are even stranger than those in Craiglang. Tam falls in love with his ex-sister-in-law, a former variety star even more careful with her money than he is.moreless
Winston's had enough of Craiglang and decides he wants to live beside the seaside. Jack and Victor become wedding chauffeurs for the day.
The television crew which makes Blighty's Hardest Pubs drops by The Clansman and Bobby foolishly promises them all the action they can handle.
Jack arranges a birthday surprise for Victor's 75th - a trip down the river in an inflatable dinghy. The duo are joined on their voyage by Winston, but the relaxing pleasure cruise soon turns into a nightmare.moreless
Jack, Victor and Winston stage a protest outside the clansman when a local construction worker plans on replacing the pub with a row of new housing. Bobby also arranges to have a special fancy dress night before the planned closure. However, the construction worker seems to be the son of either Jack, Victor and Winston and they think that if they reveal who the father is then perhaps they could save the clansman.moreless
Jack and Victor are fed up of Isa's constant prying, but the plan they hatch causes shock waves across Craiglang when Isa mistakenly believes that they are a gay couple. As she passes this scoop along, Jack and Victor soon notice that everyone's attitude towards them has changed.moreless
Tam finally does the decent thing. He doesn't buy a pint; he decides to get married. He goes out and buys a new wedding ring for her - but only after a bit of persuasion from his friends.moreless
Jack and Victor succumb to the lure of the Dial-A-Bus, after finding out how cheap it is, but the driver is troubled and the bus doesn't stop where they expected.
Jack and Victor replace Tam for a short time as the hospital DJs. Winston as always, is willing to give a lending hand. Meanwhile, Navid is having his own problems which lead to him also making a visit to the hospital.moreless
Jack and Victor aren't sure what to make of it when their old pal Wullie takes up with a woman half his age. Isa spreads the word as usual and even eventually makes Navid the local storeman think that she is out to kill him.moreless
Winston is having some leg problems, but every problem has its benefits for Winston. While Victor pretends to his son that he is ill in order to get a visit. Jack meanwhile quits smoking after seeing Winston's leg (which the doctor said was caused from many years of smoking). Isa at the pub has an interesting meeting with a psychic who predicts that she will be run over by a silver car, resulting in her fearing to go out - Navid and the community inevitably make a joke out of it.moreless
Isa's unwelcome husband returns once more. Jack and Victor have a major falling-out: Victor's son John is as distant and uncaring as ever, while Jack has warm tears in his eyes when his daughter Mary in Canada sends him a video tape of her and the weans. Things are compounded when Jack is invited to fly out to Canada to visit. Will Victor end up on the plane, or have our boys finally had enough of one another? And Winston agrees to pose as Isa's fiancée in order to ward off her husband – but how far is he willing to go to maintain the illusion?moreless
Winston and Tam become love rivals over a gentle, lovely lady at the local library. But which one will win the fair lady's heart? Meanwhile, Jack and Victor are feeling depressed, and there's a new drug on trial at the health centre. They rehearse their scripts for when they get there – they have to convince, but Jack's 'I'm depressed' face looks more like ' I'm constipated'…moreless