But we're not quite there yet...
First we're going In the Buff in episode 7 as Antigone discovers to her horror that she's volunteered to appear in a naked calendar!
Returning writer Molly Beth Morossa gives us a funny and sensitive story about having confidence in your own body, with wonderful supporting roles for Alison Skilbeck, Andy Hamilton, and Emily Stride. We also welcome two new visitors to Piffling: Eleanor Faye as the glam photographer Sin St. John, and Amy Rockson as the mysterious Zoe Adeyinka...
Whoever Zoe is, she seems to know a lot about Eric Chapman - and he's not too happy about it.
Episode 8 is my own Once Upon a Long Time Ago. It gives us some answers about Chapman's backstory - and a lot of new questions...
Rudyard can scent victory and he'll stop at nothing, even seeking the advice of Piffling's most dangerous captive, the murderous secretary Marjorie Smith (an incredible performance from Elle McAlpine)!
Events reach a head at the top of the Piffling Falls, and afterwards Eric Chapman has a drastic and somewhat peculiar request to make of the Funns.
Episode 9: The Last Nail in the Coffin by myself and Alex Lynch is the penultimate episode of the series, and unleashes Georgie and the Funns upon Eric's very own funeral workshop!
Keep your ears open for a special guest later in the episode - and stick around after the credits.