Tony’s cabbie Darren takes him to a cabbie café for a bacon sandwich and a cup of rosie lee (tea).
Tony and chef Marco Pierre White walk with Marco's dog through St. James Park, one of the oldest and most beautiful parks in London.
Tony and Marco have dinner at Wheeler’s, one of Marco’s restaurants. Marco pulls out all the stops and reserves the entire dining room for their meal.
Tony introduces Marco to Trisha's, his favorite bar in London.
Zak, Nick and Aaron tour London's Whitechapel neighborhood where Jack the Ripper committed his murders.
Then they explore the Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe, 30 miles outside the city. In 1790, a secret society known as the Hellfire Club would meet in the caves. Members included many of Great Britain's leaders and politicians, led by Sir Francis Dashwood.
Zak, Nick & Aaron head to Kent, England, just southeast of London, to investigate the former World War II site, Fort Horsted.
The guys also tour the Tower of London, a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames. Between the Crown Jewels, the White Tower, the Medieval Palace and the Bloody Tower, it takes at least 3 hours to explore.
Mark, Billy, Sally and Laurence travel across the Atlantic to participate in an airport auction at Greasby's Auction House in London.
The Young & Son antiques store helps appraise some of the items won in the auction.
Billy visits Emma Wills' shop, an English shirtmaker known for her quality clothing.