2000, 11 seasons to date
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Ben learns a patient's son is making advances toward his daughter. Susan has tickets to the opera.
Ben takes Susan away for her birthday, and Nick is left in charge.
A French exchange student causes havoc with the Harper men. Nick joins a science experiment. Michael must sleep in Nick's room with interesting results.
When Susan finds that Janey doesn't trust her, she lets her have a teenage party alone while she is in Oxford with Ben. However the two lose confidence and return, only to be trapped in their bedroom when the guests arrive. When Ben needs to use the toilet, and the one in their bedroom is broken, things only get worse!
Ben's cousin's daughter Abi is invited to dinner. Nick becomes a magician.
Abi wants to make a documentary of a "normal married couple", and there's a rat in the walls.
When Susan's mother comes to stay, Nick's flat suddenly becomes more attractive. Susan finds a condom in Michael's wallet.
When the local paper announces Ben's death, he takes advantage of the situation by avoiding things he doesn't want to do. Meanwhile, Nick finds out his bedroom is to be converted into a nursery, and decides to do something about it.
Michael's new friend likes Susan.
Susan tries to find a date for Roger to make Abi jealous.
When an old acquaintance turns up boasting of her perfect life, Susan is on a mission to prove her own life is better. Meanwhile, Ben angers cyclists with his rant on a radio programme, and Abi is influenced by the wrong chef.
While Ben is away at a dental conference, his locum charms the women -- even when they find out he's taken. Michael, meanwhile, has sold the family address for a tidy profit.
Elderly patient Henry Phillips dies of natural causes in Ben's surgery, having confessed to Ben that he has a much younger wife Celia and a much younger mistress Stacey. Ben goes to comfort the widow but is mindful that he must keep the two women apart, in which capacity he goes to the old man's funeral. Susan, however, starts to suspect that her husband may be having the affair and, armed with her new mobile phone that takes photographs, follows him.
Ben and Susan renew their wedding vows, much to Ben's disappointment.
Ben's attempt to pay money into his bank unhappily coincides with someone else's decision to take some out... with the aid of sawn-off shotguns. When he decides to act as The Negotiator things look bleak for the hostages.
Ben's poker school is costing him a fortune, while Susan's visit to the fortune-teller reveals that something far more deadly is on the cards.
Michael applies to join MI5 and Janey starts dating an older man, James, who nonetheless is rich and successful and the kind of son-in-law that Ben would be quite happy to welcome to the fold. However, when he is seen kissing another woman, is he the real deal?
Whilst Janey lands herself in hot water by fabricating a Swedish girl-friend for a depressed Roger, Susan is visited by an old friend Margot, who is going through a divorce and wants to borrow a man to make her husband Phil, who is seeing someone, jealous. Inevitably she borrows Ben and they go out to the restaurant where Phil is - succeeding in annoying him. Next morning Ben wakes up the worse for drink. Has he really slept with Margot?
Ben is appalled to discover that Martin, the benign elderly widower from next door, is besotted with Susan and has built a shrine to her in his kitchen. Whilst Ben has trouble persuading the police, Martin ties Susan to a chair and proposes to her. Ben goes to her rescue but ends up tied to another chair so that Susan has to profess affection for Martin in order to free them.
Craig, a young Australian, arrives at the house, claiming his mother was at college with Ben and Susan lets him stay in exchange for doing some decorating. Initially irritated by him, Ben starts to worry when it looks as if Craig could be his illegitimate son, especially as the lad starts dating Janey. Clumsy efforts are made to obtain Craig's DNA though the biggest surprise comes from Susan.
With Ben on a course Susan works late at the art gallery with handsome young Chris, whose advances she spurns. Next day he accuses her of sexual harassment and she has to attend a course. Janey advises her on how to call his bluff but salvation comes via a far more bizarre reason. Michael confronts his old art teacher and accuses him of giving Kenzo poor grades because he himself did badly at school - until he sees Kenzo's paintings.
Janey and Michael give their parents a Spanish holiday as an anniversary present but Michael has used Ben's credit card to finance it and needs to replace the money quickly so he contacts 'Cash In the Attic', finding that the only sale worth a four figure sum is Susan's beloved antique clock. Ben and Susan meanwhile find themselves in quarantine with a bore, a nervous wreck and a singing nun but show rare unity in seeing them all off. However, will they notice the clock's absence on their return?