Rural Retreat - Hyacinth decides it's time to bring a little civilization to a rural corner. Dragging Richard to country estate agents, she demands "charm, tranquility, and an exclusive postcode." Honeysuckle Cottage sounds ideal, but Hyacinth hasn't reckoned with animals without a sense of decorum.
Let There Be Light - Daddy's finally lost his marbles and is reliving wartime exploits in the Church Hall. Meanwhile, Richard, reluctantly tampering with the electricity, is about to start the bring and buy with a bang. With Rose and Daisy chasing daddy around the hall, how is Hyacinth supposed to welcome the Drummonds from the Grange in an appropriate manner?
Please Mind Your Head - Hyacinth has found her country mansion, even if they can only afford the attic rooms. "It's not small," she admonishes Richard, "it's old world bijou". A tea and cucumber sandwich party is obviously the right way to entertain, but if all the guests arrive at once - they're going to need a shoe-horn to get them out again!