Gary, a builder, has come to do some work for Jen but Roy convinces her that this is the Builder From Hell, notorious for urinating in his customers' sinks so she rigs up a CCTV to catch him. Douglas finds a gun and a note from his father, telling him to kill himself if work gets too much for him but Douglas accidentally shoots himself in the leg, summoning help from Moss, who takes the gun from him and threatens a group of teenagers who are harassing him. The injured Douglas then goes to a meeting with a Japanese investor, conducted by video link, but somehow the video tape gets swapped for the one that Jen took of Gary weeing in her sink. Written by
don @ minifie-1
Did You Know?
Creator Graham Linehan
appealed to fans for old computers to "litter the main set" in the third season. The Centre for Computing History took this request to the extreme and offered a collection of computers from the 1970s and 1980s. They included an Altair 8800, Oric Atmos, Amstrad CPC 464, Sinclair ZX81, Sinclair ZX Spectrum +2, Commodore 64, Commodore PET, Atari ST, Sord M5, Acorn RISC PC600, BBC Model B, an Astro Wars game and circuit boards from a Wang VS mainframe. See more
[what he would think if he were the builder
Revenge would be uppermost on my mind. I'm going to wee on everything. I'm going to taint her abode. I'm going to strain my personal potatoes upon her premisis.
References V for Vendetta
Music by Simon Chamberlain
Music House International See more