Shirley invites Wolfie round to finally meet her parents. Predictably, Dad takes an instant dislike to the young Smith.
Wolfie and Ken are evicted from their dingy hovel. There's a self-contained flat at Shirley's that's empty, but she'll have to get the idea past her dad first…
Ken falls in love with the girlfriend of one of Wolfie's prison-bound friends and arranges to take her away for the weekend, but Wolfie tags along to keep an eye on things.
Following a Parliamentary by-election humiliation in which he gained a mere 6 votes, Wolfie plans to kidnap the Conservative who beat him. There’s nothing as bad as democracy!
When a well-off customer starts chatting up Shirley in the shop, she decides to move on from Wolfie – which means the fearless leader may have to move out of her spare room.
Wolfie is on the lookout for any money-making opportunity he can find. When Ken’s attention is firmly taken up by pavement art, Citizen Smith may have found his answer.
Speed is due out of prison after an 18-month sentence, and Wolfie's not looking forward to informing him that his long-term girlfriend is pregnant.
When Shirley's Dad loses his job, Wolfie is determined to win it back, and the old man's favour with it. However, nothing goes according to plan in a Wolfie Smith campaign.
A foreign revolutionary arrives at the house asking after Wolfie and talking about financial support.
Wolfie is shell-shocked to be given a job despite his best efforts otherwise, but Dad is delighted that Yeti is joining the honest working classes.
When an old school friend - now a successful American record producer - drops back into town, Wolfie begins to see himself as a rockstar in the making.
The Harpers go to Leeds for Aunt Margaret's funeral. Chaos ensues thanks to reservation problems, Nick's encounters with a maid and Susan's pills. Show more