A compilation of outtakes from the series.
Lucy and Daisy endure the worst flight of their lives.
Lucy is throwing a secret surprise party for her parents.
Frank's drinking becomes a problem and forces Lee and Lucy to reassess their living arrangements.
Lee joins Daisy as a contestant on the TV quiz show "Pointless."
Lucy aspires to be friends with her posh new neighbors, Toby and Anna.
When Lucy decides to have a baby she's surprised to find the whole family takes a personal interest.
Lee's big mouth has got him and Lucy invited to a Christening Party thrown by their new neighbors.
Lee feels the need to prove his manliness when Lucy has her handbag stolen in front of him.
Lee spends a long weekend on his dad's new boat with Lucy, even though she is terrified of water.
When Lucy's god-daughter is suddenly dumped on her the night before the girl's birthday party, Lucy and Lee have to come up with an appropriate entertainment for fourteen nine-year-olds.
When Lucy's first love reappears on the scene and wants Lucy to star in a romantic play that he has written especially for her, Lee is forced to fight for her attention.
Lee decides that the best way to get Lucy to notice him is to make her jealous. Now all he has to do is find himself a girlfriend.
Lee does what he has to do to stop Lucy from flirting with the male delegates at a three-day annual trade conference in order to get herself work.
Lee takes advantage of Lucy's new-found skills as a relationship counselor to patch things up with his father.
On a skiing trip to Eastern Europe, Lee, Lucy and Daisy get stuck in a cable car.
When Lucy accidentally runs over a pet rabbit belonging to the daughter of an important client, she needs Lee and Daisy to help cover her tracks.
Lucy and Lee set out to prove you can remember what happens when you are drunk.
Lucy finds herself working on a government initiative encouraging men to regularly check themselves for lumps. Eager to please Lucy, Lee follows the campaign's advice and discovers something he was not expecting.
To impress Lucy, Lee starts training for a 10 kilometer fun run, only to injure himself immediately. In an effort to hide the injury from Lucy, he gets himself a secret sports massage, but this just leads to more trouble.
In a desperate bid to prove his manliness, Lee joins Tim, Daisy and Lucy on a camping weekend in the middle of a dark, spooky forest.
Lee's lazy weekend is wrecked when his scrounging father turns up unexpectedly.
When Tim joins a band at work and Lucy falls for the lead guitarist, Lee becomes jealous, and decides that if he cannot beat them he should join them.
Lee dreams of a perfect life with Lucy, but can the reality ever match up?
When an old lady wanders into Lucy's flat and makes herself at home on the sofa, Lee doesn't know what to do with her.
Lucy and Tim are distraught. Their parents' 30 year marriage is at an end and their father has moved out of the family home - and into Lee's bedroom.
Lee promises to stop treating Lucy's flat as if he owns it - but not before he has hired it out to a film director.
Lee's past catches up with him when a young woman appears on his doorstep and asks for a cup of sugar.
When Lucy announces that she is pregnant, Lee wonders if the father might accidentally have been him, but he can't bring himself to tell Lucy how he thinks it might have happened.
When Lee's father shows up at the flat, Lucy wants Lee to forgive his father for the past.
Lee is horrified to discover Lucy is considering marrying a man so he can stay in the country.
Lee offers to help Lucy write a speech, but Tim thinks he's the best man for the job.
Lee confronts a noisy neighbor who is driving Lucy crazy.
Lee and Tim organize a surprise birthday party for Lucy.
Lucy discovers a side of herself that she never knew existed when Lee and Tim invite a lesbian couple over for dinner.
Lee wins a very special writing contest.
Lee wonders if he is the accidental father of Lucy's baby.
A murder mystery game creates family tensions at Christmas.
Lee suspects Guy of being involved in organized crime and decides to spy on him, convincing Tim to help him.
Lee becomes suspicious of Guy, and comes to the conclusion that he must be a gangster.
Lucy and Barbara convince Lee to go speed dating, where he ends up asking a girl to dinner; Lee overhears a private conversation between Guy and Lucy.
Lee is encouraged to try speed dating.
Lee pretends to be an art expert to impress Guy's very educated friends; Lucy is surprised pieces she bought for her art exhibition don't sell.
Lee pretends to be knowledgeable of the world of modern art.
Lee and Tim are asked to baby-sit Guy's infant grandson; Lucy starts to take notice of the age difference between her and Guy.
Guy turns up to meet Lucy with his grandson, which increases her worries about the age gap.
Lee and Tim visit the lap-dancing club owned by Lucy's new, older boyfriend, Guy, and run into someone they didn't expect to see.
Lee discovers that Guy runs a lap-dancing club, which makes him distrust him even more.
In an effort to prove to her boss that she's not homophobic, Lucy tells him Lee is gay.
Kate moves back to America, leaving Tim and Lee to battle over selling her flat.
Tim decides he needs to sell his flat after his flatmate returns to America.
Lee must move out of the flat when he takes up a new job as a caretaker.
Lee doesn't manage to bond well with the new lodger, a teenage boy named Nicky.
Lee is getting more and more stressed after volunteering to teach Kate to drive.
Ruth, an Australian friend of Kate's, comes to stay and Lee is persuaded to pretend to be Tim. Lee gets a job handing out leaflets at a shopping center, but soon falls foul of a local youth.
Lee isn't too happy when Tim's grandmother dies, meaning that Tim and Kate are brought closer.
Kate takes clown lessons; Lee goes on a couple dates with Lucy; Lee's best friend Tim tries to repair his broken relationship with Kate.
Lee dates an author while Kate attends clown school.