Department store sitcom. When the staff of Grace Bros discover that Captain Peacock has a shameful secret, they decide to help him in any way they can. Show more
Classic sitcom. The staff get their bonuses and, when they find out about a horse that Old Mr Grace is betting on, gambling fever takes a hold.
Department store sitcom. The staff are offered accommodation on the premises, but they soon discover that flat-sharing is no bed of roses.
Classic department store sitcom. Old Mr Grace agrees to allow the staff to rent out the floor of the department after trading hours, from which he will take a cut.
Suburban sitcom. Terry and June play the cow in the office pantomime but have difficulty getting out of their costume when the hall is evacuated because of a fire scare.
Del has a problem with some briefcases he has acquired, and some cash from a car deal sees Del and Rodney head up west for a night on the tiles. Show more
Del tries to launch Trotters' Ethnic Tours, and Rodney persuades Del and Grandad to test out a nuclear fallout shelter. Show more
Rodney's business partnership with his elder brother is not going quite as he had hoped. Meanwhile, Del has a problem with some briefcases he has acquired.
Classic sitcom. Thieves break into Grace Brothers. It looks like an easy job, but they have not taken the first floor staff into account.
Department store sitcom. Mr Spooner is demoted to lift operator due to his lateness. But the management's attitude changes when he is offered a recording contract. Show more
A look at Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones's sketch show, which dominated ratings throughout the 1980s, and its connections with other comedy shows. Show more
Del tries to scam a pair of warring businessmen, and Rodney and Grandad aren't happy when Del gets engaged to an old flame. Show more