The Tudors sing their family history, Bob explains the complete history of Rome in two minutes, and a mad Victorian gentleman eats King Louis XIV's mummified heart.
With time ticking on and still no sign of an heir, Edmund announces to his congregation that he and Helene are to leave Hunderby for a new life in Fiji.
The Midnight Beast are a young, potty-mouthed band trying to make it big. Led into chaos by their manager, the band attempt to set up a gig in a club only to be kicked out. With the help of Stef's girlfriend, they put on a successful gig in their flat.
Richie, having rescued a young woman from Vajkal's farmhouse, is on the run. Pursued by police and Marin's gang, the Becketts are holed up in Cal's fetid hideaway when Richie has a rare moment of clarity, but will it last long enough to save his family?
Roger reveals that after learning news about his father he follows grief counseling advice and writes out an idealized self-image; but sends the email to his management team at work. Embarrassed, he and Val try to salvage the situation the situation.
A wealth of secrets are unraveled (not least the origin of bubbly milk) and everything that was known at Hunderby is turned upside down.
Rick buys a scooter but starts to worry that it makes him look gay. His paranoia starts to affect his work and, as Marty points out, the jokes he writes for the Annual Hairdresser Awards are downright homophobic.
It’s do-or-die time as the Jets lace up for the playoffs. After a challenging first game, Coach stages an intervention with players from the team’s past. Can the former champs help rally a victory? Find out in their most intense fútbol battle yet!
Jem builds a microwave death ray, Liz takes on the nature vs. nurture debate using monkeys, Yan explains how gyroscopes works with the help of office chairs. Dallas wants to save the world of physics by trying to find a missing bit of the universe.
A mysterious man who calls himself “Muramasa” appears in the Seireitei to declare war against the Soul Reapers.
Rob makes Stella a life-changing offer, but can she accept it?
A Victorian teacher is confused by her pupils' bizarre names, the Romans run out of animals to execute, and Queen Victoria advertises her exercise DVD.
Stacey's brother Jason arrives home early, much to Uncle Bryn's horror. Stacey has her hen night and Gavin has two stag nights, the second of which reveals something about Stacey that could jeopardise the whole wedding.
Rick decides to take some exercise after being told on TV by chat-show host Adam Green that he's put on weight. At home, Rick finds elderly neighbor Doris' lost cat but then later on has to explain to her son why he accepted the substantial reward money.
In this final episode of Bluestone 42, Simon reveals that Charlotte has cancelled all the fun for his stag, so the team decides to throw one for him.
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