The day of the election arrives, but politics is not the only thing on Birgitte's mind.
Having left politics and now divorced, Birgitte Nyborg is moving house with her children.
Angry over the government's immigration legislation Nyborg chooses to start a new party.
The New Democrats participate in a TV discussion on the integration of ethnic minorities.
The quality of Danish bacon is called into question as Birgitte's boyfriend falls ill.
The New Democrats assert themselves by condemning prostitution in Denmark.
Birgitte suggests a former Communist Party member should run for the New Democrats.
When prime minister Hesselboe calls a general election, he takes everyone by surprise.
As election day nears, Birgitte comes clean to her party about her recent performance.