The Meldrums sell off family heirlooms; Lady Lavender gives Ivy her jewels; Teddy breaks up with Madge.
Ralph curses George; James has an accident; Poppy decides to marry Jerry.
Alf tells of an affair between George and Agatha; Ralph sets out to kill George.
Ralph holds a ball; Madge forgives Teddy; Poppy lends Ivy a dress.
George punishes Teddy; Lady Lavender's parrot dies; James' birthday.
Alf schemes to help Teddy get out of marriage.
George tries to contact Lady Agatha.
James visits Sir Ralph; Poppy threatens Lady Agatha.
The Meldrums go to the ballet; Lady Agatha finds out about Poppy's engagement; Poppy elopes.
Lady Lavender's new parrot; P.C. Wilson performs a marriage ceremony on parrots; Poppy announced her engagement.
James and Ivy go to the Sunshine Bakery; Poppy brings her new beau home.
Sir Ralph thinks someone is trying to poison him; Lady Agatha offers James a job.
Sir Ralph spies on Lady Agatha; Alf offers to supply the Sunshine Pantry with cakes.
Lord Meldrum holds a musical evening.
James may resign.
Stokes tells of Lord Meldrum's wound.
Money is hidden in a vase about to be auctioned off.
Lady Lavender throws money out the window.
The factory workers go on strike.
Teddy goes to work in the family business.
A poetry recital; Stokes must return a silver cigarette box.
A riotous party; Ivy finds a friend in Henry; Twelvetrees finds himself in love with Poppy.
Lady Lavender gives business shares to Stokes; Poppy feasts with Twelvetrees; Lady Agatha visits Lord Meldrum.
Teddy pursues Ivy; Poppy teases James.
Ivy has a disturbing night; Lord Meldrum accidentally enters Lady Agatha's room.