Michele and John are 40-somethings with three lively sons under the age of five. Michele's always been a career woman, but recently life's begun to feel like all work and no play. She wants to try staying at home with the kids to decide whether to give up her job completely. And while John wouldn't dream of doing the same, he has strong opinions about how the household should be run.
3/6. After all the rows, tantrums and high jinks,
Jacqui and Tony finally make it up the aisle. Meanwhile, lesbian couple
Michelle and Susanah continue to plan their unique day, and holiday romantics Paul and Emma discover the high price of love.
3/7. Three single dates are up for grabs and the eight remaining girls must decide who gets them. So will they be voting tactically? And what will be the dynamic among the remaining girls in the group date? With Jeremy Milnes.
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