There are some problems that a shag and a kebab can't solve... Will Gaz finally realise that there is life outside the Runcorn Ring Road? - Is Tim really prepared to rip up his John Barrowman photo and win his wife back? - Is a hand whisk the thin end of kitchen implement sex? - Is it too "metrosexual" to hug another man - if he saves your life? - Which junction of the A56 leads to the end of the rainbow? While Gaz has spent the last year in a coma - dreaming of chocolate and cartoons and rifling through his subconscious porn collection - life has been hell for Donna. Her desires have been all too real and completely unsatisfied. Now she has her man back - albeit a wheelchair bound one who's lost the feeling in his legs, his sense of humor and his ability to make her scream like a banshee. Meanwhile, with the Archer rocking with a younger crowd, things are going great for Tim - until his out-of-control sister, Cassie, arrives fresh from the Young Offenders Centre. As only the hope of a date with budding-footballer, Billy, seems to have any calming effect on her, is it time for Tim to get his Gok out and release her inner diva?