9/10 Jess Foulger has realised a long-held dream of running her own hair salon. But her job leaves very little time for her two young sons. They're soon to start school and Jess feels that if she doesn't spend time with them now, she may regret it for the rest of her life. Husband Justin is Jess's top stylist and wants to run the business for her, but Jess doesn't want to give up her position. Will a fortnight each as stay-at-home parents lead to a solution?
Narrated by Liza Tarbuck.
4/6. Once childhood sweethearts, single parents Paul and Kim are hoping it's third time lucky for both of them. And on Paddy and Lyn's big day, the booze is flowing and the tempers are fraying. Plus, Michelle and Susanah's big gay day is looking less and less likely as their love hits the rocks.
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