Blair feels as if her Upper East Side status might be slipping away and devises a plan to assure that doesn’t happen. Lily throws a family gathering including William, Carol and Lola in an attempt to prove the Van der Woodsen family is as united as ever. Finally, Nate digs into Diana’s past and is surprised by what he discovers.
After visiting his sick wife in a nursing home, Robert is offered a lift home by an attractive doctor. A heavy snowstorm forces them to take refuge in a nearby cabin, and as they talk into the night, a deep bond springs up between them.
Jamie Oliver is taking to the road, travelling the length and breadth of Great Britain in search of new ideas and inspiration for recipes and to find out what makes British food great. While on his travels he discovers that many of the dishes we think of as British classics aren’t British at all, but full of influences from around the world through invasion, exploration, colonisation and immigration. Join him as he visits London’s East End to tuck into pie and mash, Leigh-on-Sea to snack on shellfish and Yorkshire where he uncovers the impact of the Industrial Revolution and the history of the world famous Yorkshire pudding.
In this story, viewers get to follow Phanuel at a taxi rank he is not familiar with. He spends an hour waiting for his friend to meet up with him as arranged. In this hour, he meets people, some with different levels of amazement.