Series 1, Episode 1 - Keep On Running
Denzil calls about Boycie's house bringing news that the infamous Driscoll Brothers are being released early from prison and they're on the hunt for the supergrass who helped get them banged up. Boycie is horrified. By the time Marlene and Tyler return, he's sold the house, sold the car dealership and planned a new life in Shropshire.
Series 2, Episode 2 - Ashes To Ashes
When Trigger's grandmother dies, the Trotters attend the funeral and Del agrees to sell off some of her possessions. These include a couple of precious urns, one of which, on inspection, appears to contain the ashes of Trig's grandfather. They need to dispose of them in a fitting way.
Despite Kate being sued after an accident in the café, she refuses to back down and Koji is reluctant to get involved. Although Medium is convinced she should just apologise and get it over with, Kate suspects the legal threats may have something to do with Councillor Bone.
Episode 3 - Woods
While going through the rigmarole of digging a shallow grave, Jamie tells Fran she's thinking of having a baby. While Fran questions the wisdom of this life choice, the grave's intended resident does a runner into the woods, forcing a tetchy Fran and Jamie to pursue him.
Series 21, Episode 7 - Birthday Superhero Special
The panel celebrate Keith Lemon's birthday in this Superhero Special. Paddy McGuinness and special guest team captain Amanda Holden are joined by The Vamps' Brad Simpson and James McVey, actor Max Beesley, acting icon Patsy Kensit and comedy actress Emily Atack.
Series 3, Episode 5
Broadcaster Jonathan Ross and comedian Suzi Ruffell join host Dara O Briain, Games Expert Ellie Gibson and team captains Steve McNeil and Sam Pamphilon to play five video games: Final Fight, Aladdin, Titan Fall 2, Totally Accurate Battle Simulator and special endgame Do You Rally Want To Hurt Me?, in a bid to become this week's Go 8 Bit Champions.