The Khans decide to have a family day out to visit Farley Manor, owned by Lord Anstruther, which is putting on a display of Indian treasures collected during the British Raj. Mr Khan's efforts to impress the council committee are put on hold while he takes Naani around the old manor. He becomes much keener on all things ancient and Indian after meeting Lord Anstruther, but his hopes of hobnobbing with the aristocracy are jeopardised by Naani's sticky fingers.
Mr Khan bites off more than he can chew when he takes on a new role as a lollipop man, and a family photo opportunity causes friction between sisters Alia and Shazia. Mr Khan wants to get baby Mohammad enrolled at a good school and tries to take the inside track by becoming a school crossing patrol officer. However, the training regime and selection process is tougher than he was expecting - even with Amjad helping him to get fit around the streets of Birmingham. Meanwhile, Naani wants the family to have a proper family photo done in a studio. Shazia and Alia clash ...
Mr Khan enters the Great Sparkhill Bake Off and decides to make his own version of a lemon drizzle inside-out cake. Alia gets a boyfriend which worries Mrs Khan.
Mr Khan introduces a range of traditional halal mince pies to the community with the help of a local business mogul. Shazia and Amjad decide they want to move out.