So begins a bizarre ménage-a-quatre, with Adam, Michael and the vicar all moving in, albeit in ghostly form, to Marley's haunt, sorry, home. Naturally Marley isn't crazy about this new set up - but all looks rosy again when the ghosts convince her that they're just a figment of her overwrought imagination, and for a moment she really believes they've gone. But, no, these apparitions ain't evaporating - they're going nowhere.
Marley brings in a ghost hunter, but the ghosts aren't making things easy, getting caught up in a robbery and convincing Marley she's going insane.
The Vicar develops an infatuation with the neighbour's son. Michael wants to give back to the world. Adam learns of a daughter he never knew about.
Marley moves into her new home and receives a visit from a handsome policeman and the local Neighbourhood Watch, while her ex-lover Michael's past comes back to haunt him.
Marley's attempts to befriend her neighbours are disrupted by her wayward niece. Adam, Michael and the Vicar have a night out.
A courtroom drama causes Marley to try and be a better person, but showing emotion doesn't prove easy. Meanwhile a new ghost in town offers Adam, Michael and the Vicar a chance of a new life away from Marley.
Marley and Adam go to war over Marley's determination to find someone actually alive to love. Meanwhile, a surprise nude painting causes problems for the gang.
When Marley realises her childhood imaginary friend, Carly, was actually a ghost, we meet a new addition to the gang. But will her attraction to Adam break Marley's world apart?