Classic sitcom. Bob and Terry argue about fitness over a pint and challenge each other to a cross-country cycle race to see who's the fittest.
Classic sitcom. Bob takes time off from marriage to join Terry on a quiet weekend's fishing. He's racked by guilt, but he's not the guilty party.
Classic sitcom. Thelma has gone back to her mother, leaving Bob to bemoan his fate.
Classic comedy series. Thelma has left Bob and is still with her mother, leaving Terry to soothe Bob's furrowed brow. Bob is anxious in case people talk.
Classic 1970s sitcom. Bob becomes more and more depressed by Thelma's absence and Terry's housekeeping. Finally, Terry can take no more and leaves him as well.
Bob and Thelma are determined to enjoy the Christmas festivities to the full. But Terry creates problems for Bob, starting things off on the wrong foot. Show more
Classic 70s sitcom. Five years have passed. Bob and Terry meet by chance on the last train home and the events of the past few years flood out. Show more
Thelma isn't happy that Terry and Bob have rekindled their friendship and she is worried that Terry will cause Bob to have second thoughts about their wedding. Show more
Bob has doubts about his forthcoming marriage to Thelma. All his contemporaries seem to be getting divorced - even the vicar. Terry shares more memories of his failed marriage. Show more
Classic sitcom. Appalled by the changes in Newcastle, Terry considers leaving to get a job in Berwick. Meanwhile, his friend's wanderlust sets Bob thinking.
Classic 70s sitcom. Terry tries to track down some of his old flames, but probing into the past produces embarrassing results.
Classic sitcom. Bob thinks Terry needs new friends, but inviting him to Alan and Brenda's trendy dinner party might not be such a great idea. Show more
Terry helps Bob move his most treasured possessions from his old house to the new one, but Thelma refuses to have his junk in their home.
Classic sitcom. After a few drinks at a restaurant, Bob and Terry start to chat up a couple of pretty girls to see if the old magic still works. Show more
Classic 1970s sitcom. Mrs Chambers has grandiose plans for Thelma's wedding to Bob that leaves the men feeling overwhelmed, so they decide to rebel.
Classic sitcom. Terry is horrified when Bob refuses to go on a stag night and insists on a quiet night in. But Bob's plan to celebrate his nuptials sober goes awry. Show more
Classic sitcom. Bob and Thelma are on a Norwegian honeymoon, far away from the influence of Terry - or so they think. Show more
Classic sitcom. Bob comes back from his honeymoon to find that Terry is off his beer and is going out with Thelma's sister Susan. Is Terry in love?
Classic sitcom. Bob's married life promises work, worry and wallpapering while Terry wastes the days away in the pub and the bookies, as happy as ever. Show more
Vintage sitcom. According to Bob and Shakespeare, 'wine is a gentle stimulant and good companion' and so is Terry on the night Bob gets breathalysed.