Helen is unnerved by a traumatic start to her working day. Henry is happy to be courted by a rival broadcaster - will he make a marriage made in TV heaven? And the Globelink team - all of them as sane as the next person - prepare to welcome back Sally from an enforced absence in another place.
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Episodes: 12 | Released: 1996 | Certificate: 15 | Genre: Comedy | Director: Liddy Oldroyd
Actors: Susannah Doyle , Robert Duncan , Ingrid Lacey , Neil Pearson , Jeff Rawle , David Swift , Stephen Tompkinson , Victoria Wicks
Gus is eager to impress a Japanese delegation of potential financiers while the newsroom are introduced to a novel concept - religious belief - except for George, who's lost all faith in public transport.
The technology revolution reaches Globelink. Joy prepares to shin up the career ladder and Sally has a close encounter with an enemy on the wing.
Gus has a date with destiny, Helen is in a spin over spin doctors and Globelink News braces itself for a visit by the nation's leader - no, not Sir Royston, John Major!
Helen has a new woman in her life and Gus is about to get a woman in his life as Cupid starts firing poison-tipped arrows.
Sally decides her face doesn't fit. Meanwhile, George decides to buy a new car, which turns out to be a dud, and Dave tries to get to grips with the concept of fidelity.
Gus is worried about an old face, Dave is worried about his wedding and Damian is simply worried.
Gus holds a celebrity dinner in honour of Sir Royston. George prepares for a very public debut and Henry's newspaper column suffers from a ghost in the machine.
Rumours are sweeping the Globelink newsroom about the incident of the mysterious, handsome man-about-town seen with Di... And as if that's not enough, a psychologist arrives to appraise the team's mental health.
Henry has a mid-life crisis, Sally makes an exhibition of herself and Damien discovers he's not Mister Indestructible after all.
Helen is not alone when she works the nightshift. George is suspected of having some form of mind-altering experience, while Joy admits to being involved in an unusual relationship.
George grapples with illness, Henry grapples with some dreadful news and Gus wrestles with dreams involving a rather nice set of manacles.