Jem and Martha formalise their relationship, and live as lodgers with Miss Matty, who has fallen on hard times. Will her friends come to her aid and will she accept help? Dr Harrison is advised to leave town due to his reputation being in tatters, but Sophy is ill and his modern medicine could help. Lady Ludlow is prepared to lose everything for her absent son, but Mr Carter tries to find another solution.
Miss Matty suffers a disappointment, and reveals to Mary the great wrong done her as a young woman. Mary writes to Major Gordon about Jessie's changed circumstances. And Dr Harrison pays a formal visit to the rectory.
The theft of a leg of mutton starts a chain of events that can only lead to trouble for one family in Cranford. With Christmas comes an invitation for Miss Matty, that she is encouraged to accept. Dr Harrison's friend Jack persuades him to declare his affections for Sophy, but then plays a cruel trick.
An unexpected visitor shakes miss Matty, but she keeps it to herself. The rumor that the railway will reach the town ruins the happy atmosphere. When Miss Deborah goes to talk to Captain Brown of this, he is of no help, indeed their friendship is severely strained.
The town of Cranford is in a flurry at the arrival of a new handsome doctor. His controversial treatment of an unfortunate carpenter is risky not only for the patient, but also his reputation. Elsewhere a family suffers a loss but forges a friendship.
Vince goes to great lengths to attempt to fit in to a pair of drainpipe trousers, in order to join The Black Tubes, whom have a strict thin-legs policy and are headlining a night at The Velvet Onion, which Vince is also MCing. Howard takes an acting lesson with aged actor Montgomery Flange, in order to cure him of the Chokes; an intense form of stage fright, and to outdo Sammy the Crab in a bid to impress director Jurgen Haabermaaster, who is in the audience on the night at The Velvet Onion. Sammy the Crab proceeds to run amok, after having alcohol and food poured into his tank by the Black Tubes, killing several support acts. Vince phones Howard, who stuns everyone - including Jurgen - with his impressive acting. Vince eventually gets his drainpipes on, at the price of having an exaggeratedly large head, causing him to fall over and thus ruining the gig. It later transpires that Sammy The Crab has replaced him as the frontman of The Black Tubes. Howard returns from working with Jurgen Haabermaaster, dissatisfied with the work he was offered (playing the Angry Crab Of Trapped Wind in a trapped wind commercial), much to the amusement of Naboo, Bollo and Vince.
Vince decides to throw a party in the flat in celebration of Howard's birthday, inviting all his friends, who are seemingly unaware of Howard or the reason for the party, a fact made obvious when his speech is met with a stony silence, and Vince's late and extravagant entrance is met with cheers and clapping. After a short game of spin the bottle downstairs in the Nabootique, which is broken up by Naboo, the wife of Dennis the Head Shaman propositions Vince in the stock room. Dennis soon discovers this and proceeds to vow execution upon Vince. Vince meets Howard, who is sitting on the roof. Dennis then catches up with Vince, who pretends to be in love with Howard by kissing him, which Dennis accepts, and departs. Howard and Vince then fall off the roof and on to Vince's present for Howard: a bouncy castle.
Howard departs to a jazzercise class, leaving Vince to sort out the towering pile of bin bags in the back yard of the Nabootique. Whilst doing so, Vince meets an urban crack addict fox named The Crack Fox, whom he invites into the Nabootique. The Crack Fox then knocks Vince unconscious, and steals Naboo's powerful Shaman juice. Vince lies to Naboo, saying it is Howard who is responsible. Naboo then fires Howard, and is imprisoned by the Board of Shaman to be executed. Vince eventually decides to attempt to save Naboo, meeting Howard, who has taken up his old bin man job again, on the way. Howard and Vince descend to the sewers, discovering the Crack Fox, who has taken some Shaman Juice and wields supernatural power. Howard and Vince recover the Shaman Juice, and are chased through the sewers by the Crack Fox, who is eventually crushed to death by a bin lorry, which is waiting for him at the sewer exit. Howard and Vince then rescue Naboo, and the Board of Shaman celebrate by taking drugs.
Vince arrives at work late, depressed and distraught that a copycat named Lance Dior is stealing his style. Howard attempts to cheer him up by showing him Gary Numan and by telling him its what's inside that counts. Howard quickly abandons this philosophy when he has his style stolen by Lance Dior's partner, Harold Boom, who together become The Flighty Zeus. As The Flighty Zeus become increasingly more popular, The Mighty Boosh become increasingly dejected, feeling the Zeus are always one step ahead of them. The Boosh almost give up, before having the idea of premiering their music invention, crimping, at a gig at The Velvet Onion. They arrive to find The Flighty Zeus plagiarising an earlier crimp of theirs. The Boosh challenge the Zeus to a crimp-off, eventually winning by way of a four-way crimp, involving Howard, Vince, Naboo, and Bollo. This is only the episode to date where a character has referred to Vince and Howard as "The Boosh." After their performance at the Velvet Onion, Bob Fossil states "The Boosh have really lost it."
Howard acquires a rare Jazz record ("Voodoo Scat" by Howlin' Jimmy Jefferson) which Vince, now a punk, bites in to, submitting to peer pressure from his new punk bandmates. It transpires that "Voodoo Scat" was made with a drop of Howlin' Jimmy Jefferson's blood, infecting Vince's blood stream with a corruptive rogue Jazz cell, causing him to embarrass his bandmates by scat singing at their gig in the Velvet Onion, which causes a riot. Vince is rushed back to the Nabootique, delirious, as the Jazz cell begins killing his cells. To save him, Naboo shrinks Howard and his blind friend Lester Corncrake down to microscopic size and injects them into Vince’s body to kill the invasive cell. Howard eventually succeeds in reaching the brain, where the Jazz cell begins to chase him. Howard and Lester catch it, and regrow to normal size. The Jazz cell is now also normal size, but is defeated by Lester, whom stabs him with Sid Vicious' safety pin, causing him to run away crying.
Naboo and Bollo go away to Dennis the Head Shaman’s stag party, leaving Howard and Vince in charge of Nabootique. The two challenge one another to a sales contest, each trying to sell their latest fads; Elbow Patches and The Indie Celebrity Radar, respectively. Later, while Vince is out to tag Pete Neon for his Celebradar, Howard is paid a visit by The Hitcher, who frightens Howard with eels into a protection racket. Howard proceeds to prostitute himself to a transvestite called Eleanor for the required €1,000, but when the Hitcher comes to collect the money, he decides to kill Vince and Howard anyway. Before being able to do so, he is shot by Eleanor. The Hitcher awakens, having been saved by the Survival Elbow Patch he had stolen from Howard earlier. Feeling dejected, he turns to leave, before being stopped by Vince and Howard, who convince him to perform a song about eels with them in the New Rave style.
After accidentally sending an insulting picture of her friends out, Ja'mie has to attend peer counseling with her ex-friends. Jonah has been put on an anger management contract, whilst Mr G begins his auditions for his new play.
Summer Heights High's new term is about to begin. What new artistic endeavors will the school's drama teacher (Mr G) take the kids on? What will Ja'mie and her friends get up to, and what is Jonah's story?
After making several unsuccessful advances, Douglas offers Jen the job as his new PA in order to get even closer to her. This we he hopes to slip a potion in her tea, that he obtained from a sorcerer and which should make Douglas irresistable to Jen.
When Jen complains about her bad bra, Moss attempts to create the world's most perfect bra. When he succeeds, he attempts to get onto the BBC show Dragon's Den to demonstrate it, which turns out a bit awkward.
Moss decides to sign himself up for a German cookery course, but due to a slight miscommunication between Moss and the advertiser, it turns out to be something else entirely. Roy tries to see a film before someone can spoil the ending for him. Jen finds out smoking is not as glamorous as she used to think.
Moss decides to try and work out exactly when Roy will die by using a website on the Internet that calulates time of death based on the answers given to certain questions. Roy doesn't want to know anything about it, but Moss spills it anyway, making Roy very nervous.
Match #1: Shawn Michael vs Mr. Kennedy\n\nMatch #2: Jim Duggan vs Umaga\n\nMatch #3: for the Women’s Championship: Mickie James vs Melina vs Beth Phoenix\n\nMatch #4: Hornswoggle vs William Regal\n\nMatch #5: Jeff Hardy vs Santino Marella\n\nMatch #6: Ric Flair vs Triple H
The remaining teams continue in the eighth leg of the race. The continued stress of the race takes its toll on Ronald and Christina, causing them to revert to their old, poor communication. Kynt & Vyxsin use dirty play by resorting to \"performance art\" in an attempt to trick two competitors into purchasing tickets for a later flight, as they find themselves facing an additional task called the Speed Bump that will not have to be completed by any other teams. A \"nail-biting race to the Pit Stop\" is promised. The teams face various tasks in Mumbai, India, where tasks involve elephants and propane tanks.
\"The Age of Megafires\" rebroadcasts a segment on how the warming climate may be contributing to mega fires. \"Pot Shops\" rebroadcasts a segment on the consequences of legalizing medicinal marijuana in California. \"Get Me the Geeks!\" rebroadcasts a segment on the technicians who set up our sophisticated computer gadgets. \"Andy Rooney\" talks about self-help books.
Criss will make a girl\'s dream come true as he magically changes her A-cup to a C-cup without any post-surgery recovery time. Shot in \"blurry vision\" this episode will climax with Criss hypnotizing a mass crowd of people to remove their clothes in public.
Robin and the Outlaws arrive at a barn for Robin\'s birthday party, only to find that they are surrounded by The Sheriff\'s mercenaries and won\'t be let out alive. The Outlaws share their secrets with one another whilst the traitor, Allan A Dale, realises that The Sheriff and Gisborne are heading to the Holy Land to kill the King. Fearless Marian takes it upon herself to stop The Sheriff in his tracks while Allan must choose his allegiance. Will Robin realise that the mercenaries are merely there to distract him from The Sheriff\'s new dastardly plan, and will Allan come to his senses?
Robin and the Outlaws, The Sheriff, Gisborne and Marian are now in the Holy Land. Robin warns the King of the impending threat to his life, but The Sheriff\'s cunning has prevailed; instead of a heroes\' welcome, Robin and the Outlaws are treated as traitors... Marian makes a final attempt to redeem Gisborne – if he kills The Sheriff, he will have everything he wants, including her. Will fear of The Sheriff or the smell of power win the battle for Gisborne\'s soul? The battle for England is on. Will Robin be released in time to save the King\'s life? Will Marian escape from the clutches of The Sheriff? High stakes and ultimate tragedy ensue...
Summer\'s here, so join Criss and the crew for a fun beach-filled day in Mexico. Criss establishes a psychic link with a dolphin, using the mammal to assist him in a card trick. Finally, Criss vanishes from a yacht to instantly reappear on the beach in front of beachgoers.
Inspired by those who attempted to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel, Criss is suspended hundreds of feet above the ocean in a barrel before being dropped. The barrel crashes to the sea. Will Criss survive?
Ruth returns to the Tasburgh House hotel near Bath to see if owner Sue Keeling - a retired air hostess - has managed to turn her fortunes around. Will the business be flying high, or has it been grounded?
Called the \"shock troops\" of the revolution, Skinheads form a particularly brutal element of the white supremacist movement. Violent hate-crimes are their method of intimidation and a preview of the race war they see as inevitable. It\'s a culture driven by the violent lyrics of racist rock, and fueled by hate.
This episode will chronicle a day in the life of Criss Angel as he attempts to shoot an episode of Mindfreak. The viewer experiences the mayhem Criss encounters on a daily basis. The climax of will be a Mindfreak crew party, celebrating Criss\' mom\'s recovery from heart surgery.
It\'s the annual visit and show for the military serving in Iraq. Featuring superstars from all three brands.\n\nMatch #1 Chris Jericho vs Randy Orton\n\nMatch #2: Jeff Hardy vs Carlito\n\nMatch #3: Mickie James & Maria vs Kelly Kelly & Layla\n\nMatch #4: Rey Mysterio vs Mark Henry\n\nMatch #5: DX vs Mr. Kennedy & Umaga
The remaining five teams take off from their Pit Stop at the Stone Cross in Dubrovnik, Croatia and receive a clue instructing them to travel by ferry to Ancona, Italy. All teams must first travel by bus to Split, Croatia. All teams make the same ferry, but tricky driving in Ancona causes delays for several teams, such that only two have arrived when the Roadblock opens at 7 A.M. at the Roadblock. One racer struggles repeatedly at the Roadblock, while another team advances their position by opting for a Fast Forward that requires a major physical alteration. Along the way, teams receive a message from home on a Blackberry, which is not allowed to be used for any other purpose. One team is frustrated when they lose their clue. One racer becomes frustrated with their partner during a difficult driving situation, ordering them to \"stop this car!\" Another team faces a flat-tire, but overcomes the difficulty to avoid last place. The team checking into the Pit Stop at the Boboli Gardens in Florence, Italy is surprised and delighted to learn that they are not eliminated, though less delighted to learn that they will be faced with an additional task on the next leg.
\"Joel Osteen\" rebroadcasts a segment on the famous preacher. \"Roots\" rebroadcasts a segment on how genetic genealogy uses DNA to trace ancestry back hundreds of years. \"The Winner\" rebroadcasts a profile of New England Quarterback Tom Brady. \"Andy Rooney\" talks about Christmas.
Jeremy James and Richard take three cars to Spain: the new BMW M3, Mercedes C63 AMG and Audi RS4. James drives the new Jaguar XF; Richard looks at beach buggies and Jeremy turns a G-Wiz into a radio-controlled car. David Tennant is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.