Lee spends a long weekend on his dad's new boat with Lucy, even though she is terrified of water.
When Lucy's god-daughter is suddenly dumped on her the night before the girl's birthday party, she and Lee have to come up with an appropriate entertainment for fourteen nine-year olds.t going
When Lucy's first love reappears on the scene and wants Lucy to star in a romantic play he's written specially for her, Lee is forced to fight for her attention.
Lee decides that the best way to get Lucy to notice him is to make her jealous. Now all he has to do is find himself a girlfriend.
Lee does what he has to do to stop Lucy from flirting with the male delegates at a three day annual trade conference in order to get herself work.
Lee takes advantage of Lucy's new found skills as a relationship counselor to patch things up with his father.
On a skiing trip to Eastern Europe, Lee, Lucy and Daisy get stuck in a cable car.
When Lucy accidentally runs over a pet rabbit belonging to the daughter of an important client, she needs Lee and Daisy to help cover her tracks.
After Lucy suffers a mild indiscretion whilst drunk and claims to have no memory of the event, she and Lee embark on an experiment with a bottle of home-made potato hooch to prove once and for all that you can remember what happens when you’re mashed.
Lucy finds herself working on a Government initiative encouraging men to regularly check themselves for lumps. Eager to please Lucy, Lee follows the campaign’s advice and discovers something he wasn’t expecting.
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