Daisy is back and so is the series after a two year hiatus. Daisy returns from a backpacking trip around Asia, but is a little disheartened to find that life has moved on without her quite smoothly. But life soon turns interesting when Daisy conspires to bring sensitive materials into the country.
Songs: George Gershwin -- Rhapsody in Blue
The struggles continue, this time unemployment and work. Tim gets into a conflict with Bilbo over The Phantom Menace, while Daisy needs to sign on for benefits after having missed three months while bumming around Asia. Brian is having creative block, which is compounded by the pressure to do a new installation at the drop of a hat.
Daisy battles her inability to hold down a job, but the odds are against her as she enters a trippy 'One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest-ish restaurant. Tim and Mike have made it to Robot wars, but some jealousy from rivals might just cost them their chance.
Tyres comes back, and this time he's bringing Tim's work to Darkstar Comics because he just might have a chance at being published. A mix-up occurs and he has to rely on Mike for a rescue mission. Daisy is feeling the pangs of having exercised, while Brian has to face his mother and the lie he's been living all these years.
Since Sophie is busy working late at night, and Tim suspects something else, Daisy suggests they go out. They have different ideas of a 'good time' and flip a coin to see whose they choose. Meanwhile Mike enlists Brian's help once he can't find Colin.
It's Daisy's birthday, but she isn't too pleased because of Tim's addiction to Sophie. Mike is also not enchanted by his [Tim's] devotion to his new flame with apathy of his friends' lives being the cost. Can all this tension possibly lead to a good birthday party for Daisy?
Songs: Lynne Hamilton -- On the Inside
The conclusion of a 'To Be Continued...' 'Gone', this one wraps up the episode and the series. Tim, Mike and Brian start working on getting things back to the way they were: the way they ought to be.