George is ordered to watch his table manners when Mildred's sister comes round for dinner.
When the Ropers take in a lodger, Mildred begins to flower but George remains a weed.
Mildred is pleased when George gives her an anniversary present.
George faces up to the loss of his budgie, while Mildred hunts for quality jumble.
Domestic sitcom about ill-matched married couple George and Mildred Roper.
Mildred becomes a TV widow when the Ropers's ancient set breaks down.
The Ropers discover that the local pub serves draught gin and tonic.
George begins to resent the fact that Mildred treats the dog better than she does him.
George decides to trade in his car for a broken-down caravan.
Mildred finds out that George only has a small endowment.
Mildred becomes broody and starts to dream of motherhood - much to George's dismay.
The Ropers have moved, so George must find a job.
The Ropers meet the new neighbours and their invisible dog.
George and Mildred Roper plan a move to middle class suburbia.
Mildred sends George's goldfish to a watery grave.
George's brother has a document suggesting Mildred is married to an army deserter.
Mildred is flattered when George displays a rare stirring of jealousy.
Mildred is frustrated by her lack of social standing in the neighbourhood.
George's old friend Jerry moves in while Mildred is in hospital.
Mildred is suspicious when George buys her an expensive present for their anniversary.
George and Jeffrey fall out over a game of table tennis during the season of goodwill.
Mildred wants her dog to have all the things she never had.
George has to babysit Tarquin when Jeffrey and Ann entrust him to the Ropers for the day.
After resigning from his job, George wonders how he can break the news to Mildred.
Mildred gets a bee in her bonnet about having a Hollywood-style shower fitted.
Mildred faces up to becoming a step-grandmother when George's past catches up with him.
George finally finds his vocation, but it's a line of work that may make him unpopular.
It's a sad day when George takes his father to the old folks' home.
When Ann's new baby arrives, it is up to the Ropers to rally round.
Mildred has high hopes when George looks for a job, but, as usual, she is disappointed.
George gets out his little black book when an old flame from Mildred's past turns up.
After 25 years of marriage, the Ropers' hopes of a good night's sleep rest on a horse.
George has to go behind Mildred's back to finance a get-rich-quick scheme.
Mildred acts in the local amateur version of Cinderella - as an ugly sister!
Mildred discovers that George has been writing love letters to another woman.
Mildred's dreams of a cheap holiday clash with George's political allegiances.
A valuable family heirloom could change the Ropers' fortunes.
George looks to the new barmaid at the Red Lion for some yuletide solace.