Charles must come up with an idea to undermine the House.
The Prentiss McCabe team must find a way to curtail negative feelings toward America; Jamie and Alison meet with a television broadcaster.
A Saudi businessman offers to help the Prentiss McCabe team buy British Airways.
Martin and the team enjoy their freedom while Charles is in prison; an artist has an exhibition featuring pints of his own blood.
Charles is put on trial for perjury; Alison picks up Hugh Grant as a client.
Prentiss McCabe must convince the public that identity cards are a good idea.
A surveillance camera records a stand-up comic beating up his girlfriend in a shop's car park.
Charles and Martin win the commission to launch the political party of eccentric Lord Harcourt.
The health secretary wins an injunction preventing newspapers from reporting an incident on Hampstead Heath.
Tory MP Joanne Standing is in trouble after referring to her leader in less than flattering terms.
The team must "sex up" a dull bishop, but Charles has more interest in the case of a brilliant young Welsh footballer.
Marcus discovers a secret about Nigel Harting; Prentiss McCabe deals with a "Big Brother" contestant.