Des and Mike's
Des and Jane are playing with some remote control cars using a stack of Jamie's toys as a roundabout. Jane is winning but Des doesn't want Jamie to see his ‘old man' get beaten. Jane looks at the time – it's half past eleven and Jamie needs to go to bed. Jane says that she best be getting home but before she goes she wants to tidy up some of Jamie's toys. Des tells her not to and that both he and Jamie are going to walk her home, so that he can show Jamie ‘the man in the moon'.
Katie emerges from the erect tent in the living room to find Helen cooking some sausages on the camp stove. Katie says that she can't wait to go camping for real one day. Jim comes over and says that he though he could smell some lovely cooking so Helen hands him a sausage which he finds hot so Helen gives him a couple of tissues to wrap it round. Jim comments on how Mrs. Mangle's stew really made him feel better. Both he and Helen hope that the new and improved Nell stick around. The conversation quickly turns to Henry, Harold and Todd who are camping. Jim thinks that knowing Henry he'll be in a café somewhere eating his heart out.
However, Henry is not eating his heart out. Both he and Todd are wrapped round a blanket each and Henry suggests they draw a match to see who gets the last piece of vegetable but Todd breaks it in half so they each get something. Henry tells Todd to remind him to never go camping with Harold again. Because Harold forgot the food basket they're eating roots, peppers and other ‘disgusting' stuff. Todd goes over to the car bonnet and gets a drink when Henry discovers that the car keys that Harold had misplaced are on the car bonnet! Henry immediately goes to wake Harold up who is snoring in the background and tells him that they're being treated to a good breakfast. When Harold arises the tent collapses onto him, prompting Henry's chicken laugh to burst out.
Scott and Mike are watching Pete do his training when Scott comments on how ‘fit' Pete is looking. Mike tells Scott that Rachel took him on a tour of all the nightclubs last night which is why he's feeling tired. Scott reminds him that the reason they're here it to support Pete and that he shouldn't be going out with Rachel because he isn't properly over Jane which means he must be using Rachel as a rebound. Mike tells Scott to ‘lay off' but Scott reassures him that he is just concerned. Mike tells Scott about a club he went to last night where the women only wore pink feathers which amuses Scott and prompts Pete to come over and ask what the joke is about. Pete isn't pleased that they haven't been watching him but Mike and Scott recommend that he has a break. However, Pete ignores their advice and goes off to train some more,
Mrs. Mangel opens the door to Des who asks Jane if he wants to come to ‘Adventure land' with them. Jane is still in her nighty so Mrs. Mangel wraps a dressing gown round her. Jane agrees to go to ‘Adventure Land' with them but Mrs. Mangel reminds her that church is on and she doesn't want to miss it and she missed church last week as well. Jane tells her that she will defiantly go next week and Mrs. Mangel tells that is Ok as she can't force her to go to church, she can only appeal to her conscience. Jane goes to get changed while Mrs. Mangel shows Des and Jamie out the door.
Scott and Mike are watching Pete when Scott says that really should take some more pictures and not go out with Rachel as much. Mike questions the amount of writing that Scott has done but Scott maintains that he has done enough. Rachel comes over and asks Mike if he wants to go for ‘a drive' and a picnic. Mike agrees which leaves Scott on his own.
Madge and Harold's
Madge has just finished making herself some breakfast when Henry and Harold stroll in arguing about the camping trip. Henry, who is starving, jumps over the couch and takes a bite of Madge's croissant. When Madge asks why they're back so soon Henry lets Harold explain that the younger generation haven't go what he has which meant that the camping was a disaster. Henry explains that Harold left the food at home, couldn't put up the tent, lost the keys and made them eat native roots and berries much to Madge's amusement. Harold accuses Henry of being a winger which prompts Henry to go.
Mike asks Rachel is she's sure he's going to need all the food he's carrying for the picnic but Rachel assures him that they'll both eat it all in no time. She mentions that she wouldn't mind going to one of the ski resorts in the nearby area. Mike says he wouldn't mind that as him and Jane was going to go but now that they've broken up he didn't think he'd have a chance to. Rachel asks about Jane and finally comes to the conclusion that Mike still likes Jane and isn't completely over her. However Mike disagrees. “It's all over – no regrets.”
Todd is talking to Jim saying that he had a good time camping but he wants to go with Jim next time. Katie comes out and says that if they do go camping, she wants to go but Todd says that he doesn't want her to go as he doesn't think she can hack it. Katie disagrees and tells Todd about the camping experience she's just had with Helen. Mrs. Mangel comes into the house and is thanked by Jim for the stew that she made him as apparently it was really helpful. The conversation quickly turns to Jane and Des who are at ‘Adventure Park'. Jim thinks that she and Des are probably having a really good time and that Des is most likely taking her on all the rides. Mrs. Mangel looks worried however but Helen assures her that everything is fine.
Madge and Harold's
Madge discusses the Lewis wedding with Harold when Henry comes out and comments on how much pain he is feeling at the moment. A quick diagnosis reveals that he is suffering from ‘hungry pains'. Harold snaps and tells him that he is sick to death of hearing him complain. Henry tells Harold that all this time he has been making himself seem like a ‘survivor' but in reality his just a ‘Winnie the Pooh Bear'. Harold is beginning to look very angry so Henry retreats back to his room. After Henry goes Madge tells Harold not to worry about. Harold says to Madge that he just wanted to teach Todd about leadership and Scouting skills but everything seemed to go wrong. He begins to tell Madge about how much he misses his Scouting days as everything seemed so perfect then.
Des and Mike's
Des and Jane come in and talk about all the wonderful rollercoasters they've been on. Des goes to get some dinner much to Jane's surprise as he has been eating all day. Des makes his excuses and goes over to the kitchen as Jane watches him is becomes clear that she is falling for him as a huge smile emerges on her face.
Jane arrives back home looking quite pleased with herself but Mrs. Mangel wants to know what's going on. Does she have feelings for Des or not?