Ed’s not in the mood to talk turkeys, so Jazzer resorts to teasing ‘Hot-Lips-Harry’ the panto idol instead. Jazzer invites Ed round to the flat for a few beers, but he’s after a favour in return. Ed agrees, addressing Jazzer’s need for more beer storage by helping him lug a second hand fridge into the living room. Jazzer decides to test it out on a few more mates, much to Harry’s chagrin.
During another driving lesson, Pip and David discuss University options. Pip feels Ruth doesn’t want her to go to Felpersham, but David says they’re both behind her. Pip is also ready to book her driving test.
Ed presents Ruth with a small bag of hay, which Eddie nabbed from an untrustworthy dealer; he wonders whether it could be from the bales stolen from Brookfield. Pip takes an interest and eventually discovers it contains twelve species, all of which match their own wet grassland. David calls the dealer, posing as a prospective buyer. After a grilling, the dealer becomes defensive, then aggressive before finally hanging up. David’s sure he’s got his man, but realises there’s not much he can do about it. Still, David is pretty sure he won’t be troubling anyone else locally.
WRITER: SIMON FRITH
DIRECTOR: KIM GREENGRASS