The identity of the mystery abductor is revealed and the baffled spy must turn the tables on his former boss; Oz is shocked by the sorry state of Barry in jail.
The pressure mounts on the spy as he is forced to home in on his target; Oz learns that the authorities want his relationship with their star ballerina to end.
Oz finds himself in love with Ofelia and tries to impress her by having the gang help revitalize her family's crumbling home.
The clock is ticking on an urgent mission to collect a prized gift from Fidel Castro and return it to the embassy.
Settled in to their new digs, the men set off to sample the many delights of downtown Havana.
The gang is putting the finishing touches on a Russian mansion which, unknown to them, is owned by a criminal.
The search is on for Wyman; a British detective arrives in Arizona to arrest Moxey for Teddy Platt's murder.
The Thornley Manor job comes to a halt; Wayne seduces the landlord's daughter.
An American turns up willing to buy the bridge and transport it to Arizona.
A journalist coaxes Neville into revealing information about the immigrant-labor scheme hatched by Mickey Startup.
The work on the bridge begins using Serb and Kosovar labor; fights break out.
The lads reunite for the funeral of a very special friend and get a chance to work together again.
Dennis gets a chance to best Ally; Oz wins the Spanish lottery; Barry and Hazel wed at sea.
Barry works on his wedding plans when Hazel arrives in Spain; Ally tries to smuggle his money out of England.
Ally realizes his dealings may get him in trouble.
A nude, drunken swim in the pool gets the lads headlines in the Fleet Street papers.
Dennis and the builders head to Spain on a plane filled with tourists.
Oz discovers his family has moved out of his flat, and he fears he may never see his son again.
Ally wants some work done on his Spanish villa; Arthur gets in digs at Wayne.
A plumber with a fondness for country music joins the seven; Dennis' debts lead to a strike.
Arthur Pringle's gossip keeps the guys from finding new lodgings, so they squat in the manor basement.
Set up by Kadi, the lads face drug charges in the United States; tensions develop with the local residents.
Arrival at Thornley Manor prompts a police investigation; the local bar owner takes a dislike to the lads.
Dennis meets Oz in Newcastle, and both arrive in Wolverhampton with news of work in Derbyshire.
Barry calls the lads together when he needs help getting his house finished before his wedding.
As the work winds down and the lads prepare to leave, the hut burns down.
Dennis' wife comes to Germany to win him back; Wayne tells Dennis he is in love with Christa.
Barry wants to paint the hut; Oz falls for a German girl.
Oz schemes to launch an imported pornographic-video business in England.
With Bomber away, the hut attracts a violent squatter.
The lads pick up a hitchhiker when they head to the country on a fishing trip.
Dennis wants to spend time with his new girlfriend, but Oz's practical joke ruins his plans.
Oz goes too far and offends the Germans; Neville is accused of assaulting a German girl.
Bomber returns home to find his missing daughter, who turns up at the job site in Dusseldorf.
The lads find possessions keep turning up missing, and an orgy of finger-pointing begins.
Oz returns home to confront his wife, and his friends auction off his belongings.
Oz challenges the German boss; Dennis gets bad news about his marriage; Neville discovers an unexploded bomb.
Three bricklayers head for Germany in search of work, have their car break down, and find quarters in huts for immigrant workers.