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Following her stalker scare, Ruth moves into a new house, next door to cantankerous, asthmatic hoarder John Moysey, who matches Martin in rudeness. When Ruth's attic is flooded, Moysey is responsible; but, when he suffers from excessive nose-bleeds, Martin discovers that his unhealthy life-style has given him scurvy. Martin grudgingly takes James to a play-group, where his brusqueness does not go down well with the other mothers; though, he does diagnose another baby's eye problem. Bert suspects Jennifer is on drugs when her Botox goes wrong, and Morwenna agrees to help a lonely Al find a girlfriend online.
With Louisa having to attend a meeting, Martin is tasked with taking baby James to a playgroup at the local library. Needless to say, he manages to alienate just about everyone. Bert Large has rented a room to Jennifer Cardew who is running the pharmacy in Sally Tishell's absence. He becomes concerned when he sees her injecting herself. She tells him she is diabetic but even Bert realizes that her diet belies that claim. Ruth meanwhile has decided to move into the village but her new neighbor, John Moysey, is anything but neighborly. When her waterlogged kitchen ceiling collapses on her, Al thinks the leak originates in Moysey's house but he won't let them into check. Ruth proves helpful after he loses consciousness however.
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