Paul is in trouble after losing his wedding ring, and hopes his wife will agree to a ring-blessing ceremony in Prague.
"Star Wars" obsessed Leon wants to ask his long-term girlfriend to move in with him.
Unemployed Jason has his first job interview in ages and needs the Fab Five to sort him out.
The Fab Five help a classical pianist plan a setting in which his parents can meet his future in-laws.
Computer games geek Dan is marrying Mikala but her mother disapproves.
Earl wants to get ahead in cooking and learn how to wow his flatmates with some culinary delights.
Doctor-turned-puppeteer Mark wants the world to take him seriously and he has not had a date in almost two years.
Andy is celebrating his first wedding anniversary and wants to look 15 years younger for his youthful wife Diana.
Self-confessed workaholic Dean wants to look more like an executive.
David's daughter wants him to sharpen his image for her 16th birthday.
The team works to transform Barra into a television presenter.
London cabbie Steven plans to tie the knot with his long-suffering partner, Kim.
Scruffy music exec Josh is desperate to ditch his grungy look.
To coincide with his imminent career step-up, Stephen would love to propose to his girlfriend.
The Fab Five impart their knowledge to a grateful straight man on the intricacies of fashion, food and familiarity.
Damien is a lazy slob who wants to pop the question to his long-suffering girlfriend, but he needs to get his house in order and improve his looks.
Wannabe pop star Jonathan wants to make it big, but lacks the look and motivation to make it in the tough music industry.
Paul wants to shed his cheesy image and adopt a more corporate look as he prepares to launch a new business.
Rob is a disaster when it comes to women; The Fab Five are called in to turn his love life around by changing his looks and approach.
Dane Bailey, Jason Gardiner, Julian Bennett, Christopher Peyton and Tristan Eves will be dispensing advice on design, culture, fashion, food and grooming.