Bob makes a terrible mess when wallpapering Mrs. Broadbent's new 'granny' flat.
Mrs. Broadbent's new 'granny' flat needs decorating before her mother arrives, but the decorators have not turned up. Ever helpful, Bob rash ly offers to do it for her, even though he's never done any wallpaperi ng. Wendy has been decorating his kitchen, so Bob asks if he can borro w her brushes, etc. Wendy is not sure that it's such a great idea, but Bob is convinced putting up wallpaper can't be that difficult, until he starts! Wendy goes to see how he's getting on and finds a terrible mess. Tactfully, she suggests he take a lunch break, whilst she 'tidie s the place up'. As soon as the relieved Bob has gone, Wendy gets to w ork. On his way back from lunch Bob bumps into Mrs. B., eager to know how things are going. Assuming the flat is as he left it, he tries to stop her entering. Undettered, Mrs. B. opens the door - and thanks Bob profusely for doing a wonderful job! Surprised, Bob follows and disco vers Wendy standing in a beautifully wallpapered flat. He tells Mrs. B . her thanks are due to Wendy, not him. Mrs. B. congratulates the bash ful twosome on being a talented pair.