Begins shortly before Bridget's mother's infamous Turkey Curry Buffet.
As she and Mark Darcy are now an item, Bridget is ecstatic about her relationship with her perfect boyfriend, and frequently reminds her co-workers that he is a human rights lawyer. However, her reporting job for Sit-Up Britain ends up being a degrading experience. (Her boss is keen on showing her large behind on camera.) For example, she is sent to sky dive on live television and ends up landing into a "vat of excrement" and he insists on a close-up of "the porker." At the office, her boss is also watching Daniel Cleaver's television show, "The Smooth Guide," a travel guide.
After a run-in with a "frenemy", Bridget's confidence in her relationship is shattered — a colleague of Mark's, Rebecca Gilles, is young, tall, self-confident, and effortlessly gorgeous.
Hearing that he is meeting Rebecca after postponing dinner with herself, Bridget rushes over to Mark's apartment and peers through his door and skylight to find Rebecca and Mark getting comfortable. She storms into the house, and finds that Mark's colleagues are having a meeting in his living room.
She is afraid of Mark ending the relationship with her for being so paranoid, but Mark showers her with affection and takes her home.
In the morning, Bridget gets dressed under her bedsheets so Mark doesn't see her "wobbly bits." However, he says he has always had "a high regard" for her wobbly bits, giving her confidence.
When she gets to work, she meets her ex-boyfriend Daniel Cleaver