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.
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
Harold joins the local amateur dramatic society. Rehearsals take place at the yard and Albert thinks he will give the acting lark a go as well.
Albert receives news that his brother has died. A family funeral is held and the deceased Steptoe has the last laugh when his will is read out.
Albert gets a visit from the Inland Revenue investigating his claim for his wife, who has been dead for 30 years. Drastic action is needed, and drink and drag are involved.