Lee is outraged that the twins have started sex education at school and resolves to teach them everything he knows about the facts of life before Miss Anstis corrupts them. Show more
When Charlie’s school gets a bad Ofsted rating, Geoffrey and Wendy offer to pay to send Charlie to a private school, which presents Lee and Lucy with a moral dilemma. Show more
Dragooned into organising a Christmas variety show to raise money for their children's school, Lee and Lucy find quality acts thin on the ground.
Can Lee and Lucy’s friendship with Toby and Anna survive a long weekend in a damp cottage in the New Forest? Show more
Lee decides to gatecrash Lucy's favourite television show and watch it with her. Lucy is not best pleased, especially when Lee can't remember the name of the leading actor. Show more
Lucy takes the kids to her parents while Lee oversees the building work in their kitchen. Unfortunately, the builder Lee has employed has a very relaxed attitude to deadlines. Show more
When Lucy’s precious blue and white vase is smashed, Lee strongly objects to being named as the prime suspect. Show more
Sitcom. Can Lee and Lucy agree on the true meaning of Christmas?
A sponsored parachute jump raises not just money for Toby’s hospital, but questions about Lee’s courage as well. Show more
When Lee loses his mobile phone during a trick or treat outing with the family, he makes the classic mistake of going back to the spooky house to retrieve it. Show more
When Lee and Lucy embark on some last-minute Christmas shopping, they get more than they bargained for. Show more
With 40 minutes to go until midnight, a New Year’s Eve party at Lee and Lucy’s house turns sour when family members start making their resolutions.
When Lee's feckless dad, Frank, announces his engagement, Lee cannot believe that any woman would want to marry him and sets out to find out exactly what is wrong with her. Show more
Sitcom. Lee dreams of a perfect life with Lucy, but can the reality ever match up?
Sitcom. Lee's lazy weekend is wrecked when his scrounging father turns up unexpectedly. With his dad just out of hospital, will Lee take on the demanding role of carer? Show more
Sitcom. Lee takes advantage of Lucy's new-found skills as a relationship counsellor to patch things up with his father.
Lee spends a long weekend on his dad's new boat with Lucy, even though she is terrified of water.
Sitcom. Lee's hopes for a stress-free ferry trip to France with Lucy and the children are dashed when they don't leave enough time for the car journey.
Sitcom. Lee is worried that Charlie is getting a reputation at school for being the class clown.
Sitcom. After a night spent out clubbing, Tim returns to the flat wearing the wrong coat, and convinces Lee to help him return it to its owner.