Terry is up to his neck in it when Arthur dispatches him to the country.
When Arthur allows himself to be persuaded into retirement, Ray quickly steps in.
Arthur falls out with Dave when a member of their boyhood gang re-appears on the scene.
Arthur and Ray end up with a fruit machine full of stolen money.
Ray is not fooled by the runaway success of Arthur's new dispatch business.
Arthur's sortie into haute couture lacks the glamour he anticipated.
Terry and Arthur are captivated by an Australian girl searching for her boyfriend.
Terry has the misfortune to be driving for mobster Micky the Fish.
Arthur's venture into corporate hospitality takes him and Ray onto dangerous turf.
Comedy-drama series. Arthur learns he may be in line to inherit a fortune.
If he's not able to sell his second-hand cars, Arthur decides to hire them instead.
Arthur announces the launch of Daley Into Space to flog some satellite dishes.
Arthur gets arrested when he attempts to hunt down a new car.
Arthur acquires a hot-air balloon in a bid to break into the aerial advertising game.
Arthur has a few difficult questions to answer concerning the Winchester's quiz night.
Arthur and Ray take their cargo of dodgy videos onto the glorious waterways of England.
Arthur attempts to ingratiate himself at the local golf club.
Ray is assigned to look after the wife of a casino owner who is a compulsive gambler.
Arthur gets into the food business catering for a policeman's retirement party.
Arthur plans to boost the membership of the Winchester Club with some variety nights.
It's clear to Arthur that Daley Enterprises has to strengthen its warehouse security.
Ray is given the task of minding a valuable racing pigeon.
Arthur's grip on reality is called into question after he demands police protection.
While attending Charlie Johnson's funeral, Arthur receives a couple of propositions.
Arthur keeps acquiring items that won't do his reputation any good.
When Her Indoors goes missing, Arthur is under suspicion.
Arthur goes into the wine trade with a vintage from the Brothers of the Blessed Bidolph.
After Terry goes missing, Arthur Daley returns with a new minder - his nephew Ray.
A local property developer offers to buy Arthur's lock-up and car lot.
Arthur puts his savings in an old safe in the lock-up - but is his nest egg in danger?
A video implicating two senior police officers is mistakenly returned to Daley Videos.
A gambler dies owing Arthur money, but a religious miracle seems to offer compensation.
Arthur tries to do a deal with Tony Benson and his new nightclub. Terry helps out Dave.
Terry leaves his fingerprints on a stolen lorry while doing a job for Arthur.
Arthur is only too willing to help when a local tramp comes into an inheritance.
Arthur extends the grasping hand of free enterprise across the Iron Curtain.
Faced by a massive tax demand, Arthur considers taking his own life.
Arthur hires failed safecracker Scotch Harry for a job.
Arthur gets into the car phone business not realising he is dealing with a dodgy supplier.
Arthur digs a very large hole for himself when he recruits some ex-cons as cheap labour.
Arthur buys a dodgy greyhound and gets conned over some bent videos.
Arthur decides to stand as an independent candidate in the local council by-election.
Arthur tries to help a young girl who is being conned by a hypnotherapist.
Arthur tries to get hold of black-market tickets for the England v Scotland match.
After being left in an industrial freezer, Terry looks for alternative employment.
Arthur Daley, a small-time crook, hires ex-boxer Terry McCann as his 'minder'.
Arthur gets involved with Clive Cosgrove, a bigamist.
Dave at the Winchester points out that Arthur's banknotes are forgeries.
Arthur is not even safe in hospital when he witnesses the death of a business associate.
Arthur plans to become a major player in the fitness industry.
Arthur is invited to speak at the local Rotary Club.
When a rock star fakes his own death, Arthur senses a business opportunity.
An unscrupulous builder wants a piece of land occupied by a friend of Arthur.
Arthur makes Terry guard three public telephone boxes.
Arthur's ambition to own a Rolls are jeopardised.
Arthur cajoles a reluctant Terry into donning his boxing gloves once more.
Terry has to track down some Scots when Arthur lands himself in trouble with the police.
Terry's pleasure at seeing 'Oily' Wragg again is cut short.
Terry is left minding the fort when Arthur is called up for jury service.
Arthur's latest flight of fancy takes him into the world of darts.
No job is routine - and when Barry the Bookie loses his money, Terry loses his heart.
Terry is employed to look after the son of a crooked property tycoon.
Ex-con Ernie leaves prison after fourteen years with a quarter of a million stashed.
Arthur gets a consignment of pornographic magazines on his niece's wedding day.
Terry finally gets the chance to taste the high life when he has to mind a posh house.
When Mad Micky goes on the run to protest his innocence, Terry has to look after him.
A chance meeting in a club takes Arthur into the world of fine art.
Arthur takes on some hired help when Terry is injured.
Terry gets another dead-end job when Arthur agrees to look after a coffin.
Terry helps out an old friend and is in danger of being run in by the law.
Terry has to mind footballer Danny Varrow when he leaves his club in the lurch.
When an old friend of Terry's escapes from prison, he wants him to prove his innocence.
Arthur is held captive in his own lock-up by a prisoner on the run.
Someone is staging crimes and planting the evidence on hapless Arthur - but who, and why?
Arthur Daley is forced to broadcast his first-ever commercial on pirate radio.
Arthur spots a way to make money out of his brother-in-law Brian's misery.
Arthur sells a dodgy car to a nun and then everything in his life starts to go wrong.
Arthur decides to rent out Bert and Doreen's house while they're on holiday.
The 100th episode sees Arthur's chum Sidney coming to him for protection from a murderer.
Arthur, Dave and Ray take a trip across the channel to take advantage of duty-free prices.
Arthur needs to raise some cash - fast. But will insurance fraud provide an answer?
Under threat of deportation from Australia, Ray and Arthur try to raise funds for airfare.
Arthur learns that he faces tough opposition for the Daley inheritance.
The Winchester Club faces closure when one of Arthur's money-making schemes backfires.