Wesley customises Howard's new van. However, it all ends in calamity when Compo insists on being the first to give it a test drive.
Compo sports a more daring image, by wearing Smiler's flying suit with a parachute attached around the village, to impress Nora. Nora is not at all impressed. Show more
Compo volunteers for the dangerous task of testing Wesley's latest vacuum/blower invention. Then Compo, Clegg and Truly try to work out who the old man in the cafe is. Show more
Nora's unusual osteopathic skills make a new man of Compo. Compo, Clegg and Truly descend down a hill by rolling, but find that their fitness levels have waned due to old age.
Compo and Clegg are unenthusiastic when Truly tries to form them into an active rescue team. Then, when Truly tries to save a drowning dog, he ends up having to be rescued himself.
Truly helps Compo and Clegg to carryout some detective work when Nora and the ladies take a trip in Edie's car. During their journey Edi'e car gets stuck on a grass verge.
Glenda takes a suit that she associates with Barry's racy past to the jumble sale but it falls into Compo's hands.
Compo challenges an old school rival, Goatie Helliwell, to a children's trolley race and Barry buys a saxophone from Auntie.
Compo, Clegg and Truly are intrigued by the amount of attention that a unfamiliar face, Walter Ridley, is receiving from the local women. The trio set out to discover his appeal.
Truly discovers that his childhood sweetheart is in town, so he goes to extraordinary lengths to impress her, adorning the same outfit he wore when he last saw her decades ago.