Moss is menaced by bullies, Roy is forced to lend Douglas £20, and Jen's home is worked on by someone she suspects might be a Builder From Hell.
Roy and Moss's attempt to bluff their way using geezer-talk goes catastrophically out of control. Meanwhile, Jen dates a man who looks like a magician.
Jen interviews with another company to escape Douglas' advances but finds her ignorance showing. Roy has trouble hanging onto his shirt and finds himself topless on the upper floors until security tracks him out and tosses him out on the street penniless.
Jen has to give a speech when she is named employee of the month so Moss and Roy give her the Internet in a box to use as a visual aid. Meanwhile, Douglas begins a wild love affair with a reporter who is interviewing him and she used to be not a beautiful woman.
The IT crowd joins the social network Friendface which enables Jen to reconnect with an old friend. Of course she has to make up an alternative persona because her real life is pitiful. But then she has to make it real for her school reunion.
Roy tries to hookup with a girl on the seventh floor by shooting a sexy calendar as a fund raiser for her brother's disability. Unfortunatly Jen didn't go for his preferred theme, the girls of the seventh floor, and he had to find a less appealing alternative.