Marlene plans a party for her and Boyce's anniversary, including their old Peckham solicitor who might have bad news.
Marlene looks for something to get on The Antiques Roadshow; Tyler and his girlfriend are making progress.
Boycie and Marlene drive Tyler to the first show with his band; the staff head to the pub and meet up with a pair of psychic detectives.
Marlene worries over Tyler who is deeply depressed; Mrs. Cakeworthy finds a letter in which Beth breaks up with Tyler.
Animal rights activists attack Oakam village, leading Boycie to organize patrol groups to protect Winderdown; Tyler plans a charity event.
Marlene becomes bored with farm life and gets involved in charity work; Boycie sees a chance to become Sir Aubrey.
Boycie finds a medieval recipe for a local liquor, along with the right to brew and sell it, but his enterprise draws some unexpected guests.
Marlene, feeling unloved by Boycie, seeks the help of a marriage counselor and their problems are spread throughout the town.
Bryan arranges to meet his online lover; Bryan's date arrives with a large family, giving Llewellyn a chance for extra help.
A memorial service is held for Bryan's turkey; Boycie tells Marlene he does have the money for a vacation; Tyler is suspended from the university.
Elgin, Bryan and Jed participate in a reality show called "Farm Idol" where challenges go from silly to ridiculous.
Boycie calls in some favors in order to get Tyler into a university; jealousy spurs Tyler.
Earl goes missing and Boycie offers a reward; Tyler's search for Earl is interrupted by Beth; Boycie forms a search party.
Boycie and Tyler are dragged by Marlene to visit her mother; the staff uses freedom to their advantage; Bryan tries poetry to keep from feeling lonely.
Boycie admires the portraits at a country mansion; Bryan and Elgin move in with Boycie and Marlene.
Marlene secretly invites her sister for a visit, upsetting Boycie who reminds her they are still on the run.
Llewellyn challenges Boycie to a pub quiz, with a large sum of money on the line.
A French exchange student named Lawrence stays at the farm for a week, exciting the women until they find out Lawrence is a girl.
Boycie is semi-paralyzed when Marlene tests her therapy massage; Tyler and Beth become closer.
Boycie fires Mrs. Cakeworthy, who is apparently a witch, and stranges things begin to happen around the farm.
A student-tutor is called in to help Tyler, but the tutor makes a pass at Marlene; Boycie finds them kissing, but thinks the Tutor is having an epileptic fit.
Boycie uses artificial fertilizer on his crops and Llewellyn turns him in; a sleeping potion makes Boycie lose hair.
Tyler asks his English teacher on a date; Boycie confronts Tyler's English teacher.
Marlene is having trouble sleeping, because it's too quiet; Tyler falls in love with his English teacher.
Boycie and Marlene must deal with having a gay bull and miserable neighbor; Boycie orders a herd of cows.
Marlene tries country cooking; Boycie picks berries and meet his neighbor Llewellyn; Llewellyn hold Boycie's bull for ransom.
Winterdown Farm, the Boyce's new home, is complete with its manager, herdsman, ploughman, housekeeper and 800 acres of nothing but grass and a bull.
Boycie finds out the Driscoll brothers know he helped put them in prison, so he sells his house and business, moving the family to Shropshire.