Don confesses his love for Sue; Jill falls over the edge of the cliff.
Jill feels the only way to infiltrate the Cole household is to announce that she is pregnant and 12 year old Bruce is the father. Don responds by drinking heavily.
Jill is still pursuing Don, even after finding out about Cathy's pregnancy, but when she is unsuccessful, she seduces his 12 year old son instead.
Jill and Linda park their caravan in Don and Cath's drive. Jill, although disappointed about the presence of Don's girlfriend Natalie, engineers a way of meeting the teenager face to face and suggests she could become a top model.
Linda performs lewd acts to raise much-needed cash; Jill takes advantage of Cath and Don's marital difficulties.
Jill Tyrell is picking up the pieces following the murders at the end of the last series. She's managed to frame ex-boyfriend, Glen Bulb, who is currently being treated at a mental institute.
Don and Cathy split up. Jill kills Terry, then forces Glenn to kill Gordon the vicar with a poisoned sundae and makes him confess to the police.
Cath finally stands up to Jill and throws her out of their house. Jill carries on with her husband Terry's funeral, while he remains bored in the hospice. Jill persuades Glenn, her blind date, to pay for the buffet and disco.
Knowing Terry's recovery means he's about to be sent home, Jill tells him the hospital can do nothing more for him and puts him in a hospice. Meanwhile, she moves in with Don and Cath.
Jill moves in with Cath and Don, but things come to a head when Cath returns home to find her showing Don her crab.
Jill convinces Cath to try to heal her marriage with the Caro Bibben's Celebrating Celibacy programme.
Jill decides to infiltrate Cath and Don's lives further by inviting Don over for dinner, but her plans for a romantic evening are thwarted when Cath decides to come along as well.
The owner of a suburban beauty salon sees her husband's terminal illness as a fresh start for herself.