The Abbotts have to cope with a death in the family...
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Mike goes off his food, takes to wearing a collar and tie, and is reluctant to say where he disappears to every evening...
It is not that Sid and Jean are actually spying, but when they do happen to notice something going on next door, they can't ignore it, can they?
Most families have a skeleton in the cupboard, and Sid's skeleton has been hidden away for forty years...
When's Sid's boss goes on holiday, Sid takes it upon himself to guard the 'goodies', but the family are not too happy to stand guard on rota.
It is not that Sid is out of condition, it's just that fridges are getting heavier these days!
When Mike has a brilliant idea it usually costs Sid money. But when it only involves the grotty old garage, Sid can be persuaded.
Jean going down with flu is one thing, Sally is another, and Mike is another - but Sid can cope. Then Betty gets pregant twinges...
Most soldiers left their hearts in Paris, but not Sid. However, when Sid and Jean spend a weekend in Paris, they discover that the entente is not so cordiale.
Jean finds out that Sexy Sandra is what makes a shrivelled-up old prune with a wire brush on top turn into Putney's oldest Teeny Bopper.
When an old flame rekindles warmth in Jean's heart, Sid begins to burn. It really is not as though he's jealous. Then Betty opens her mouth...
If Sid had not interfered with Sally's job interview, Sally would not believe there are times when a girl's worst friend is her father.
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