Margo and Jerry persuade Tom and Barbara to stay in a luxurious flat for the night. How will Margo and Jerry cope with looking after the Goods' animals? Show more
Is Margo having an affair? When she is less than honest about her activities, the Goods can't help thinking the worst.
When Margo buys a spinning wheel at an antique shop, Tom buys a loom so he and Barbara can make their own woollen clothes.
The Goods find new ways to put their loom to good use, while Margo and Jerry are preparing for an important dinner party at which Jerry's boss will announce his retirement.
Mrs Weaver has moved and Tom wants to take the oil from her central heating tank. Jerry is trying to discredit a colleague and Margo is asked to play the lead in a production.
70s sitcom about a couple farming for self-sufficiency in the suburbs. Has the good life come to an end for Tom and Barbara?
Sitcom. Barbara gets Margo out of a fix when a speaker at her society lets her down. Barbara gives a talk about self-sufficiency at Margo's women's group. Show more