This time around, Val comes home to find Roger in an agitated state, as the bittersweet comedy starring Dawn French and Alfred Molina and focusing on the everyday, seemingly trivial tribulations faced by a middle-aged married couple, continues. Val's committed a cardinal sin in the eyes of Roger the botanist, and left their evening meal - fish fingers and frozen peas - in the conservatory fridge usually dedicated to Roger's seedlings and other plant-related projects. Thus begins a chain of events and escalating rows - each seemingly about fish fingers, but there's possibly a bit more to it. Despite various attempts by both parties to smooth things over there is no mistaking the tension in the air. Is Roger's bad mood down to more than the trespassing fish fingers? Or is it because the two new warring water voles at the Winter Gardens have been named after Roger and his boss Phil?