Harold makes plans to sail around the world with a group of young adventurers - but it means Albert will have to go into a home. Show more
Harold buys a job lot of coffins and stores them in the living room. Albert moves into the stable to sleep until they have been moved, leaving Harold alone in the house at night. Show more
Harold meets a French au pair on his rounds and starts dating her, but the relationship is jeopardised when Albert makes a revelation about his past. Show more
Harold has arranged a poker game with a few friends. Albert is morally outraged by the idea of gambling. However, he sees Harold is being cheated by his 'friends' and decides to help.
Albert's habit of having a bath in the front room is ruining his son's love life. Harold has had enough and decides to build a proper bathroom but Albert is not happy.
The vicar calls,asking for an article on rag and bone men for the church magazine's centenary edition. Harold writes the article, but Albert makes the contribution of a crossword.
After being beaten at badminton by his father, who announces his desire to join the local tennis club, Harold tries to kill him while sleepwalking.
Classic comedy with the rag-and-bone team. When the arguments become just too much for Harold, he decides to take drastic measures to get some peace from Albert.
Harold picks up a rare antique figurine on his rounds, bearing the well-known crossed swords - denoting Meissen porcelain. He is determined to make a large profit from it. Show more
Harold agrees to take Albert to France to revisit the battlefields where he fought during the First World War. However, the plane journey there does not go according to plan. Show more
Classic sitcom about a father-and-son rag-and-bone team and their uneasy alliance. The offer of a free piano seems too good to be true - and it is.
Classic comedy about the rag-and-bone men. There's no electricity, no gas, no food, no booze and no fags - and, on top of that, two unwelcome visitors drop by. Show more
Classic sitcom about a father-and-son rag-and-bone team and their uneasy alliance. Harold reads a book on capitalism and decides to reorder the business. Show more
Classic rag and bone men comedy. Harold has holiday plans, and they don't involve Albert or the annual trip to Bognor Regis. Albert tries using emotional blackmail. Show more
Cash flow problems cause Harold to buy some lead at a knockdown price from a stranger who visits the yard. Panic sets in when the police pay a visit.
The Steptoes go for their weekly visit to the cinema. Unfortunately their tastes in big screen entertainment differ wildly.
Albert lands a large windfall on the premium bonds. Albert soon goes on a wild spending spree and Harold soon goes from bitter to jealous.
To bring in some extra cash, Albert decides to take in a lodger. Harold is none too happy and moves out of the family home and finds himself another job. Will he ever come back?
Harold is finally tying the knot but is jilted at the altar, leaving the bridegroom humiliated and in a terrible state; however the best man is far from upset.
Harold thinks the family home needs central heating. Albert is delighted until he hears that his son plans to install it all himself.