Bob Servant launches his political campaign with controversial results. A radio appearance leads to a home visit from the police and protests from local dog owners. Bob's campaign lies in tatters, but will he make a humbling, on air apology?
The by-election favourite Nick Edwards arrives in town and Bob's determined to derail him. From the pubs of Broughty Ferry to a glittering high society dinner, Bob chaotically attempts to gather support for his 'Local Man' campaign.
Looking for a campaign boost, Bob courts both the religious vote and the women of Broughty Ferry in a daring twin attack. Can Bob find himself a girlfriend and turnaround his faltering campaign? A romantic date brings unexpected danger.
Bob tricks his way onto TV but a news report makes him a laughing stock around Broughty Ferry. He recruits his mother, Margo Servant, for some much-needed damage limitation.
Bob’s in trouble and he knows it. A by-election debate, in front of a live audience, is his last chance for glory but he’s running unusually low on ideas. Can he pull himself together and win over the crowd ahead of election day?
A reinvigorated Bob and Frank embark on a final push for votes but a confrontation with Bob’s first ever boo boy leaves them on the run from the police. Bob keeps his head held high as they wait for the election results. Surely he can't win?
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