While on a train journey, Terry tries to help a lady retrieve her luggage, but manages to knock himself unconscious. On waking up, he has lost his memory.
Terry buys a bargain second-hand camera and re-kindles his interest in photography. However, taking a photo of his boss, Sir Dennis, doesn’t go as planned.
When June realises that one of the stones in her engagement ring has gone missing, Terry embarks on a treasure hunt to find it.
June accompanies Terry on his business trip. After boasting about his achievements in the Royal Navy, Terry ends up involved in a raft race.
Terry and June host a barbecue for their friends, but with rain and burnt burgers, it isn’t the event they had hoped for.
Terry and June try to fulfil his great uncle Charlie’s last wish; to have his ashes scattered in central London. However the police mistake the ashes for drugs.
Terry is entrusted with a portrait of Sir Dennis but workmen drill a hole in it. Chaos ensues when burglars mistake it for a Picasso masterpiece.
Terry and June attend his company’s cricket match. June is asked to make the tea, and Terry is desperate to play.
Terry and June intervene when Sir Dennis falls in love with his gold-digger new secretary, despite his previous secretary harbouring feelings for him.
Terry and June are asked to play host to a visiting Arab prince, who is hopefully going to sign an important business deal with Terry’s firm.
When their friends get a new front door fitted, June persuades Terry that they too should get a new one. However, Terry isn’t keen on paying to get it fitted.
When Terry mistakenly believes his doctor has said he has only 24 hours left to live, he decides to leave his job, and is rude to his boss.
Terry and June disagree how to handle the situation when they find a homeless man living in their shed. Terry wants to get rid of him, but June thinks he should stay.
When June is involved in an accident with a council rubbish van, Terry decides to take the council to court – and represent himself!
Terry and June have a sale in their garden to raise money for equipment for the church youth group. However, Terry decides to test the table tennis set.
Terry lies to his boss that he owns a satellite dish. However, Sir Dennis then wants to come over with a visiting business man to watch the television.
Terry and June help out in their friend’s pub, despite Terry’s company forbidding employees to take second jobs. Then, one of Terry’s colleagues takes their boss to the bar.
After realising that he looks exactly like the police drawing of a wanted criminal, Terry decides to wear a disguise to stop people thinking it is him.
When an old flame of June’s wants to meet her for dinner, June agrees. However Terry reads an old letter between the pair, and believes June wants to rekindle the relationship.
After the blueprints for a new fire extinguisher are stolen, Sir Dennis points the finger at Terry. Malcolm’s new secretary may know more than she is admitting to.