An old guy in a brightly-lit park has various slapstick accidents involving a deckchair, ogling a pretty girl, and a banana skin. It's a rather silly an advert for bananas.
Jack Holiday (played by John Bluthal, who also played Frank in the Vicar of Dibley). A cheesy old comedian whose dated humour and slapstick performances are no longer popular.
Jack was found shot through the head, on his own, locked inside his nuclear bunker. Suicide surely?
His current wife insists he couldn't possibly have shot himself as advanced arthritis meant he couldn't possibly pull the trigger. This is later backed up by an ad director who was working with Jack, the comedian needed a stunt double just to peel a banana.
Alan Rokesmith, who was jailed for the murder of Jack's first wife 9 years previously, was just released after his conviction was overturned.
Kirsten Holiday (Jack's second wife) believes that Rokesmith somehow murdered Jack.
Maddy reckons that it was suicide, and that Jack had some kind of device that allowed him to pull the trigger. She suggests it wasn't found with his body because it was on elastic and went down the waste pipe of the toilet. Jonathan points out there wouldn't be any reason to do that if he was simply committing suicide. There are many easier ways Jack could have killed himself.