Explosive drama occurs on the group's trip to historic London. From Buckingham Palace to the Tower of London, Emily and Sean share the romance of the city and Shakespearian theatre will never be the same once eight men on a group date invade the Bard's birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon, to perform classic scenes from Romeo and Juliet. However, the after party of the group date turns
from going to a pub for a brew into a brawl when Emily discovers that one of the men has made a disrespectful comment about her daughter, Ricki. Not only does Emily confront the offender, but she finds none of the other men support her and ends up making some stunning decisions. Next, Jef and Emily have a proper English tea, but decide to ditch their stern etiquette teacher and escape to a
local pub. Trying to put the drama about her daughter aside, she takes Jef to one of the most romantic spots in the city - the London Eye, a gigantic Ferris wheel on the banks of the Thames River.