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.
Lee suspects Guy of being involved in organized crime and decides to spy on him, convincing Tim to help him.
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 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 and Tim are asked to baby-sit Guy's infant grandson; Lucy starts to take notice of the age difference between her and Guy.
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.
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.