Marcie decides to throw Boycie out when he does not pay her much attention. Tyler returns home and announces that he has quit university.
Boycie finds an old recipe for a local liquor along with paperwork which allows him to produce and sell it after he looks through some old documents. When he goes into mass production two old faces show up.
Marlene becomes involved in some local charity work. Boycie sees it as away to improve his status in life and Marlene sets out to help him achieve his goal.
Tyler needs cash so that he can buy new equipment for his band, Puddle of Agony. Boycie refuses to lend him the money and wants him to raise it on his own.
Marlene is worried about Tyler and calls her mother for help in dealing with him.
Tyler's parents take him back to his old university where his band, Puddle of Agony, are going to perform its very first gig. A couple of ghost hunters show up whilst they are away.
Boycie decides to write his autobiography and he remembers his old life in Peckham.
When Marlene finds out that The Antiques Roadshow is going to be filming in Ludlow she decides to have some of her old bric-a-brac valued by the team. Elgin, Bryan, Jed and Mrs Cakeworthy also decide to go when they have the same idea.
Marlene decides that she and Boycie should renew their marriage vows on their To celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. Marlene finds out some bad news whilst trying to arrange the guest list though.