Lyndsay casts aside his indie roots and turns his attentions to dance music. Whilst covering a club DJ gig for Topher, his first set goes down amazingly well with the crowd. Perhaps Lyndsay's new runner, Ades (Daniel Kaluuya) has something to do with it? Dom revisits his boy band past when a butter company wants to use their only "hit" - Spread Your Love - for their advert campaign. This leads to a fight over the song rights between former boy band member, Tom, and Dom. However, Dom also manages to rekindle an old flame. Jane contemplates settling down with her current squeeze, Joe. Will she finally leave her rock 'n' roll lifestyle behind? Perhaps not when she meets Joe's mum, played by Marianne Faithfull. Studio guests this week include Justin Hawkins and an exclusive acoustic performance from The Guillemots.Watch Now:Amazon
While on an international flight, a disturbing secret of one of Robyn’s clients comes to light. She must summon up all her PR skills to make this unsettling problem go away before the public gets wind.
It's the hottest, sweatiest day of the year and it feels like the whole of camp has got one thing on the brain: sex. A-Rab, Rachael, Smallie - even Bobby - everyone seems to be getting some, apart from Barry, of course. Could this call for a change of tactics? And just as things are finally working out for Rachael and A-Rab, a surprise visitor throws everyone into turmoil: Saima. The Ex. The girl who broke A-Rab's heart has returned to get him back, but not if Barry and the Chunk Bunk have anything to do with it. Which only leaves Flynn to comfort a distraught Rachael...Watch Now:Amazon
Today love is causing problems all over camp. Kimberley realises the truth about Jake, Rachael is struggling to deal with the events of last week and Pam's indiscretions finally push Bobby over the edge. When Bobby loses it, he really loses it as the Brits and the Chunk Bunk find out when he sends them on the day trip from hell.Watch Now:Amazon
Roland finally gets a chance to be in the spotlight when he is invited to do a spot on the TV show Sunday Chefs. It is just a pity he is chosen to do it on a day where they have a function for 300 people at the hotel, much to the annoyance of Bib and Caroline.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Caroline is annoyed that Roland has yet again failed to update the menu and pushes him to come up with a new one. As Bib is so keen to introduce new dishes, Roland sees this as an opportunity and asks him to design the new menu. Roland is troubled when celebrity chef Shay Marshall arrives at the hotel in his helicopter. He is one of Bib's heroes and Bib begins to model the new menu on Shay's unusual recipes. Shay's flirting with Caroline tips Roland over the edge and he confides in Bib his real reasons for disliking Shay. How will this affect the team, and how will Roland feel when Shay comes to dinner?Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A car convention takes place at Thaxted Manor. Bib is under pressure from his wife as they are desperately trying for a baby. He races against time to make it to the fertility clinic, which is not easy when Skoose is lurking round every corner. Skoose is put in charge and uses that position to his own advantage, much to the delight of Kiki. Roland is enamoured by a beautiful visitor to the hotel and sets about impressing her with his cooking skills - which Caroline certainly has something to say about.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Roland is feeling lost without Bib, who is planning his new life in Australia. While the White House staff prepare their acts for the talent show, Roland begrudgingly interviews for a new sous chef, which he makes sure Bib knows about when he pops in to say his goodbyes. Kiki is upset that Skoose refuses to perform at the party while excitedly talking to Axel about his act, much to Skoose's frustration. Meanwhile, Robin has to attend to a pig, leaving Caroline at the mercy of Celia's bartending. Will Caroline finally let her hair down? And will Roland have to perform on his own? With the party in full swing, drinks flowing, anything can happen.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes