Harry prepares for the board meeting, and a nervous Crabb reports that profits aren’t up as much as they’d hoped. Loxley berates Harry’s business methods and reveals that the board are proposing a vote of no confidence in him as Chairman. Harry could lose the store. It’s a battle of wits, and Harry mounts a robust defence that sees Loxley come unstuck. The vote against Harry is beaten, leaving Loxley looking weak in defeat.