Ron's honeymoon doesn't go as planned, Leslie gives an unpopular speech at her award ceremony, Andy considers a business proposal, and Tom attempts to compromise with his rival.
Did You Know?
The manner of Ron's trip to the Lagavulin distillery, whilst certainly possible, is far more elaborate than necessary. He is first seen looking at the information boards in Glasgow Central train station, before taking the train and then a small boat to the Isle of Islay (where Lagavulin is). In truth, whilst it is likely that he would have travelled TO Glasgow Central by train from London, the most common way to then get to Islay would be to take a coach from Glasgow's Buchannan Bus Station to the port of Kennacraig, where he would then take a large ferry to either Port Askaig or Port Ellen on Islay.
During the summer months he could instead have taken a second train from Glasgow to Oban, and taken a ferry from there to Islay via the Isle of Colonsay, although that route (whilst picturesque) takes much longer.
Of course, the quicker method would have been to take one of the small daily flights from Glasgow to Islay, although this is naturally a lot more expensive. See more
Your son, he's my best friend, he's like a brother to me, but he's a disaster. And your daughter, she needs to be put in a mental institution. On an island. In space.
Abide with Me
Traditional Christian hymn
Music by William H. Monk
, Lyrics by Henry F. Lyte See more