Albert reveals he is going to get married again and he invites the lady round to meet Harold - causing a real shock when she arrives.
The battle lines are drawn between the Steptoes, as the local by-election looms. Albert is chosen to take tea with the Prime Minster, much to Harold’s displeasure.
The noise of the nearby motorway convinces Harold that he wants to move to suburbia. When the local residents association turn up for a chat, Albert has a brainwave.
Harold decides to buy a snooker table and sets it up in the house. When he challenges Albert to a game on the green baize, he is in for a surprise.
Harold brings home his latest bargain - a commode he thinks was used by royalty. The pair get involved in a tug of war over the antique toilet.
A brash Australian turns up on the doorstep and turns out to be Albert’s long lost son. However Harold doesn’t take too kindly to his brother’s new business ideas.
Harold joins the local amateur dramatic society. Rehearsals take place at the yard and Albert thinks he will give the acting lark a go as well.
Albert receives news that his brother has died. A family funeral is held and the deceased Steptoe has the last laugh when his will is read out.
Albert gets a visit from the Inland Revenue investigating his claim for his wife, who has been dead for 30 years. Drastic action is needed, and drink and drag are involved.
The Steptoes go into mourning when Hercules dies of a heart attack at the grand old age of 39 - and the replacement horse mysteriously falls ill as well.
Harold is intending to go on a skiing holiday to Austria - on his own. Albert feels lonely and neglected while Harold gets some last minute practice in.
A sophisticated antiques dealer turns up at the yard and Harold is very impressed - but Albert thinks he’s after more than antiques.
A heavily pregnant young woman turns up looking for Harold, who she thinks is the father. Harold warms to the idea of becoming a dad but it can only end in pain and disappointment.
Harold wants to buy a sports car with his savings but Albert wants a new colour television. Harold gets his car, but Albert has a funny turn that forces him to think again.
The Steptoes decide to have X-rays taken when Albert’s cough gets worse. Albert gets the all clear, but what about Harold?
The Steptoes find out the lease is running out on the house and need a bank loan to buy it. The bank manager ends up making them an offer they can’t refuse.
Classic comedy. Albert and Harold plan a Christmas abroad - in their own inimitable style.
Harold books a Christmas holiday to Majorca for himself, causing Albert to fall mysteriously ill. Harold cancels the trip and decides to hold a party instead.
A photographer arrives at the yard and wants to use it for a fashion shoot. When a male model is required, there’s a surprising volunteer.
Harold’s love life has collapsed, and so has his bed. However after splashing out on a waterbed, he discovers it’s not the only time he will be splashing.