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Andy and Lance are friends who share a passion for metal detecting. Although they act like an old married couple -- griping at each other -- there is a true bond between the two, and they have a common dream: finding a priceless collection of items that would cement their place in detecting history. Greed, betrayal and redemption are among the emotions experienced as Andy and Lance, along with their eccentric friends in the Danebury Metal Detecting Club, go in search of the big find that has eluded them to this point. The sitcom is written and directed by co-star Mackenzie Crook.

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Lance's wise observation about karma may be true, as something seems to be in the air; Terry's got a new gazebo.
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Andy and Lance become eco-warriors when they find their oak tree is due to be felled; Andy stumbles upon treasure when he wasn't even looking.
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Lance is obsessed with finding the thief who stole his gold; Andy's lies are catching up with him.
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Andy and Lance go to great lengths to protect their land; Andy quits his job; Lance finds an unwelcome guest in the spare room; a theft leaves Lance reeling.
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Just as they're losing their farm, Lance and Andy start finding good stuff; Lance is persuaded to try hypnotherapy for an awkward affliction.
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Lance's flat isn't his own anymore and Andy's staying with the mother-in-law.
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Terry expects a big turn-out for DMDC's annual rally.
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Lance, Andy, Becky and Sophie try to come to terms with an uncertain future; Terry puts his emergency plan into action.
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Andy suddenly has a job interview to go to, while Lance has a lot of catching up to do; a disturbing possibility emerges from an unlikely source that throws everything into doubt.
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Russell and Hugh embark on their mission to recover the mayor's chain of office from the car park in Barnfather Woods; Sophie proves she's still bad at spying; Becky and Lance have something important to tell Andy.
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Andy spots something suspicious; Sophie's new friend; the mayor visits the club; old enemies seem unusually interested in Peter's quest to find his grandfather.
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Andy thinks Lance should consider Internet dating; a mysterious stranger tempts the Danebury Metal Detecting Club.
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A huge hole has been excavated and police are looking into it; Larry Bishop's invisible dogs have disappeared; Andy and Lance have a chance to discover their hearts' true desire.
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Even though Andy, Lance, Becky and Sophie are barely talking to each other, their secrets are on the verge of being revealed.
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Terry announces that he is standing down as leader of the DMDC, unleashing a bitter winner-takes-all scramble for presidential power.
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Lance thinks his past discovery of "cursed" Anglo-Saxon artifacts is to blame for his lack of success.
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Club president Terry is keen to help Lance and Andy search the bottom paddock at Bishop's Farm.
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Lance and Andy seek out a mole in their ranks as they search for the Holy Grail of metal detecting.
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Lance and Andy embark on a journey of a lifetime.

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