Tom Owen as Tom
Truly tries to fix Clegg's Vacum Cleaner. Compo and Howard get into a fight with a big man. Barry gets in trouble, because he's "caught" by Marina, as she kisses him, and leaves traces of her lipstick on his mouth. In order to explain this to Glenda he enlists the help of the trio, and they start spreading the rumour that the kisses are for "charity purposes". Auntie Wainwright sells a motorbike to two policemen.Read More
Howard has a wig delivered to Clegg's, but when Pearl is suspicious Clegg has to not only pretend ownership of it, but be seen wearing it, much to Truly's amusement. Howard is only persuaded to reclaim the wig after the trio arrange for Smiler to wear it and Marina to kiss him. Meanwhile Barry tries and fails to be master of his own home, and Compo offers himself to Nora Batty as a "limited sale".Read More
Our trio helps a middle-aged couple get their old car out of a field, but the wife insists she's recieving ancient telepathic messages through its hubcap. Or is she making it up as an excuse to chase after a certain younger gentleman? Meanwhile, Auntie Wainwright is trying to vanquish her demons by splurging on Ivy's most expensive cream cake.Read More
Compo recieves a personal letter after all these years. When Clegg and Truly open it they discover Compo's biggest secret: he has a son. The son, Tom, wrote to Compo, because after all the years of separation he hoped he and his father could get together. When Tom arrives in town it's up for the pair of them to give him the shocking news.Read More
In this episode, Tom carries a fake dog around and attempts to be like his father, Compo and climb a tree as persuaded by Clegg and Truly. Also, Tom is keeping some of his personal property at Barry's house, including a goat that Glenda does not approve of when she sees it in the garage. A repo man is trying to find Tom.Read More
Howard has lost his boxer shorts and Pearl is upset at him. But it turns out she hid them from him just to keep him on his toes. Barry wants to become thin and Tom and Mrs. Avery help him out by being his personal fitness trainers. The trio help Howard figure out a way to prove to Pearl that he's found his shorts.Read More
Howard is filled with cheer because Pearl, Ivy, Roz, Glenda, Nora and the girls are going on a nice outdoor picnic. He has his chance with Marina alone - finally! But his plan backfires because he pushes Marina off the wall they were eating on when he sees the bus Pearl is riding on. Meanwhile, Petal drives the bus and can't get her left and right worked out correctly. Meanwhile the Clegg, Truly, Billy, Tom and Smiler test out an off-road bike and Barry goes out golfing and is sick of Glenda ringing him on his cellphone, which bothers the captain of the golf course.Read More
Wesley has a "go anywhere" coffee vending machine, which is successful at first, but after trying it at the ladies' Jumble Sale and the Golf Course it finally blows up, which is a huge embarrassment for Barry, who is trying to be on the captain's good side, like Petal said after she gave him a palm reading. Before, Glenda rang Barry right when the golf captain was about to make a shot, which made him angry.Read More
First, Auntie Wainwright takes a half hour break from the shop, leaving Smiler in charge, and is impatient for the half hour to be over so she can go back to work. Smiler gets very upset of her calling him every five minutes!
Pearl thinks Howard is a bit overactive and cheerful so she fixes him a big supper to slow him down, but that doesn't stop him from seeing Marina!
Barry wants a new suit to look more of an "executive type person" but Glenda refuses him to buy it. He buys it anyway and goes along with the trio and Tom around town, testing the suit out, and everyone thinks Barry has gone to a funeral! After yelling at him, Glenda thinks that she was too harsh on him and sets out with Wesley and Edie looking for him.
Petal and Tom start Ace Carpeting, for which the van is in very poor shape, so they get Wesley to fix it.Read More
Tom receives a solicitor's letter, which says he has received a big screen television set, which he ends up giving to Eli, and Barry takes up flying, which is just a model airplane. Also, Howard wants Norman to play Tennis so he can play Tennis with Marina, who gets sick of it and then ends up flying with Barry.Read More
To generate some excitement in the village, Truly stops a common citizen (who happens to be Billy Ingleton, the man who almost knew Pavarotti) in a car and warns him about "The Tiger". Billy gets worried and gets pulled over again. The rumour spreads across town and Howard buys things from Auntie Wainwright to protect him and Marina against the tiger.Read More
Billy is being followed by a fan as a result of - after having one too many in the pub - bragging that himself, Clegg and Truly are the three surviving descendants of Robin Hood's men. Howard, meanwhile, is concerned that Pearl doesn't love him any more - she only gave him one fried tomato for breakfast!Read More
Clegg is dismayed when Howard leaves with him a "picnic accessory" which he plans to collect later - Marina! He will only collect her when Pearl is safely away, but that could be some time, as the ladies are coming to tea next door. Auntie Wainwright's advertising dummy becomes key in the plan as Truly and Billy help Clegg get free of the imposed house guest.Read More
An unhappy Smiler is cheered by one of Wesley's inventions, a trolley. All that is needed is a hill and some driving skills...Read More
When Nora Batty books Billy Ingleton's organ for a charity fair, she badly underestimates how much of an attraction it will be...
Marina declines to go out with Howard because she's caught the showbiz bug, and is rehearsing a play at the local church. Howard asks the trio to help him think of something "showbizzy" they can do together.Read More
Alvin the Birdman crashes from the skies into the lives of Truly, Clegg and Billy. He thinks he has landed in France, and has thus broken the long-distance hang-gliding record. After breaking the news about the failure of his flight, the wily trio desperately try to find something that he can be first at. Rumours of a mystery cat creature lurking in the nearby woods gives them the perfect opportunity. Can Alvin turn stalker to identify the beast?Read More
Barry must dispose of a prize he's won; Truly plots to fob it off on Howard, who has forgotten an important birthday and needs a present quickly. Glenda doubts Miss Davenport's claims of seeing a large dinosaur in their neighborhood. Alvin takes up propecting for gold in the river.Read More
Clegg, Truly, and Billy discover Barry in the woods. He's obviously guilty of something - but what? Meanwhile a strange man is seen near Barry and Glenda's house while Barry is away. Alvin tries welding as a way of sprucing up the yard. Miss Davenport has a less-than-romantic entanglement.Read More
Alvin buys equipment to listen for sounds from space, but Howard's the one hearing disembodied voices. Billy goes for a spin. Barry struggles with his role in a dramatic group. At last, there's a woman who's attracted to Smiler - unfortunately for him.Read More
Barry is chagrined that a lonely stranger he met on holiday has taken up his offer of hospitality. It doesn't help that the stranger's hobby is trying to attract birds with a penny-whistle. Auntie Wainwright offers a special on periscopes. Alvin bites off more lino than he can chew.Read More
Smiler regrets never having taken up the offer from Mavis McDonagh to look her up sometime. Truly, Alvin and Billy go on the trail to track her down. With the help Nora and Ivy, they find out that the woman had lived in Jamieson Street, now renamed Pepworth Street. So they go knocking on doors.Read More
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Howard becomes jealous when Marina and Miss Davenport become enamored with Jeremy, a man who claims to be an international jewel thief. When Tom discovers a safe in Aunty Wainwright's store which she can't remember the combination to, Howard puts Jeremy to the test by enlisting him to crack the safe.Read More
Luther 'Hobbo' Hobdyke, a retired milkman with strong links to MI5, arrives in the village. Very soon, calling upon his experiences on numerous dangerous missions overseas as a master spy, he forms a small team of reluctant volunteers, consisting of Alvin and Entwistle, ready to react to any emergency in the village.Read More
Hobbo tries to find a friend for Morton and Barry is depressed when Toby moves next door.Read More
Hobbo is ready for any dangerous situation - and going round telling everyone that Nelly is his mother is one. Another danger arises when he demonstrates his gift of diguise, and finds himself the new recipient of Marina's affections.Read More
Howard is deeply concerned when Pearl starts going out every day with Nelly, and she will not say where. Hobbo comes to his aid, and heads a surveillance party to follow Pearl and Nelly. When the women go into a Hell's Angels club, they decide not to be hasty, and confront them later.Read More
Hobbo turns up at the river wall with Randolph, who he hopes will bring romance into Stella's life. Randolph seems to lack any of the requirements of a potential suitor, and is limp and unattractive, especially after Hobbo drops him in the river.Read More
Hobbo and his friends attempt to help Toby win back the affections of his ex-wife. Glenda decides to try and help Morton find a woman. Howard goes into the library to let Marina know that there is a problem with their bike ride that afternoon.Read More
Pearl throws Howard out of the house, but when he goes to Clegg's for sympathy it falls on deaf ears, while Pearl tells Nelly she's going to have to sort out Howard once and for all. Meanwhile, Glenda decides that Barry and herself are fat and that something must be done before Gloria's wedding, and forces Barry to embark on a new fitness regime. And PC Walsh informs PC Cooper that the sergeant is on their back - he's complaining about the amount of crumbs they're leaving in the car.Read More
Hobbo and his 'team' turn Howard into a tramp to show Pearl how rough he's been living and convince her to take him back. The men pitch him a tent but Howard's isn't keen and goes for a meal with Glenda and Barry. The men return to the camp with Howard to show Pearl how much he's roughing it, but Marina arrives at the same time and Hobbo and Howard bundle her into the tent. Howard lies on an ants nest and suddenly jumps to life, along with Marina and Hobbo. Pearl sees all and is not impressed.Read More
Wondering if Pearl still loves him, Howard asks Hobbo to give her a peck on the cheek from him - only to become even more despondent when he sees his wife deliver a passionate kiss. Meanwhile, Glenda sends Barry off to paint a landscape, hoping the activity will take his mind off his hunger - but fish and chips is the only thing on his mind.Read More
In this final episode of the long-running comedy, everyone is getting ready for a wedding - prompting Howard and Pearl to look back at their relationship. Meanwhile, Alvin flirts with Stella, Toby tries to smarten himself up in a bid to win back Monica, and Clegg worries that he's forgotten something important.Read More