Jean tries to prevent Sid from going fishing after a warning from a gypsy.
Sid and Jean plan a party for their silver wedding anniversary.
Sid's hopes of selling his car for a good price are dashed when Mike and Sally dent it.
Jean is upset when Mike and Sally announce they are leaving home.
Sid intrudes on Sally's job interview, leaving Sally enraged.
Chaos ensues when a womanising doppelganger of Sid's is on the prowl.
Mike wants to use the garage as a studio to launch his career as a photographer.
Sid's boss tasks him with looking after his valuable antique tea set.
Jean is feeling disenchanted with her life as a housewife.
The family are keen to meet the lady Mike is dating.
Sid acquires another feathered friend to keep their budgie company, but soon regrets it.
Sid is tasked with delivering his chief executive's new Rolls-Royce.
Jean convinces Sid to go for a picnic, but it doesn't go to plan.
During a family meal, Sid and Jean reminisce about the time they first met.
Sid is desperate not to have to endure a weekend with Jean's father.
A war erupts with Sid's neighbour Trev over a cherry tree.
A night out with the guys leaves Sid with no memory of the night before.
Mike urges his parents to spend the weekend living on bread and water.
Sid wants a restful Sunday, but that's the last thing he's going to get...