What has so far been dislike, now becomes war between Alf and Ricky, partly due to when Alf discovers that Ricky's generous offer to lend them money may not be all it seems. Show more
Christmas on an old age pension holds no cheer for Alf Garnett. All he has to look forward to is bread and cheese so he decides to help himself. Show more
Alf and his bride to be, Mrs Hollingbery, are plunged into darkness by a power cut.
When Mrs Hollingbery gets a job to help save for their wedding, Alf is not pleased. In fact life itself is losing its appeal.
Alf decides to get a job but his bride to be, Mrs Hollingbery, is not convinced.
Alf starts his job as a window cleaner for Mrs Carey and discovers more than he bargained for.
Alf and Arthur reminisce about the old days. Fred Johnson tells Alf about a job walking dogs.
Alf is initially delighted when he is called up to jury service, but then he becomes paranoid that he is being stalked.
As jury service draws closer, Alf is worried about the possibility of revenge from the criminal fraternity.
Alf forgets his bus pass and is unable to get on the bus. The following day he arranges a day out for a group of OAP's who, armed with their passes, commandeer a bus.
Mrs Hollingbery is forcing Alf to try and save money for their wedding. That includes no smoking and no drinking.
As Alf's wedding to Mrs Hollingbery approaches, the preparations unfold: present giving, Alf's stag night and finally the big event itself.
1990 Christmas Special. Alf can't understand why Mrs Hollingbery jilted him and he's hardly full of Xmas spirit!
Alf is still sort of engaged to Mrs Hollingbery although she left him standing at the altar. Alf is upset by a blocked drain, Michael, the car alarm and the road drill.
Alf decides to become one of Mrs Thatcher's entrepreneurs. He enlists Michael's support in a car parking scheme on match day and starts a paper round.
Alf is suffering from problems of old age. Just cutting his toenails turns into a major operation. The only joy in his day is when he hears about the discomfort of others.
Alf is worried about Mrs Hollingbery's bad leg, but not out of tender feelings towards her, rather that her leg prevents her cooking and cleaning for him.
Alf is forced by Mrs Hollingbery to move her wardrobe, but discovers a compartment in the wardrobe containing a briefcase full of banknotes.
Alf is now a rich man and sees life in a new way. The bank manager is curious as to how Alf acquired his money. Alf enters a private hospital to spend all his money before he dies.
Alf enjoys his wealth and indulges in his hobbies: eating, drinking and looking after himself! In between, he tries to resist Min's amorous advances and foil the bank manager. Show more