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 Series One (1979)

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PostSubject: Series One (1979)   Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:56 am

1 "Long Weekend" John Kane Peter Whitmore 24 October 1979 (1979-10-24)
Terry has been promoted to Assistant Sales Manager at PlaySafe Ltd, 'the fire extinguisher people' and he and June are moving in to their new house. On Friday evening they arrive at 26, Elm Tree Avenue, in Purley, Surrey, to decorate before they move in. The weekend gets off to a bad start when they arrive late at the house after traffic problems. The following day they start to decorate, and the wallpaper peels off. On Sunday, neighbours Brian (Roland Curram) and Tina Pillbeam (Anita Graham) arrive to introduce themselves, and tell Terry and June about the previous owners, all of whom were odd in different ways. They then discover a hidden door in the kitchen – but it leads only to a toilet. Part of the toilet then falls on Terry's head, and he ends up in hospital. (Tariq Yunis and Sarah Lesley also appear in this episode.)
2 "On the Move" John Kane Peter Whitmore 31 October 1979 (1979-10-31)
After twenty-three years in their old home, Terry and June prepare to move to their new house in Purley, but just before leaving, their daughter Wendy (Jessica Turner) turns up. She tells them that she has left her husband Roger (Kit Thacker), believing he has been having an affair with his secretary, Marjorie (Adrienne Burgess). They are just about to leave again when Roger arrives. He then explains how he was just looking after Marjorie, going with her for the odd trip to the cinema and theatre, while her husband was away doing a training course in Germany. Meanwhile, Mr. Ridge (George A. Cooper), the man responsible for the move, gets increasingly annoyed with the delay, and starts to unload the van until Roger talks him round. (Beatrice Shaw, Harry Fielder and Ridgewell Hawkes also appear in this episode.)
3 "Flying Carpets" John Kane Peter Whitmore 7 November 1979 (1979-11-07)
When Terry and June's new carpet does not arrive, Brian offers to get Nigel (Colin McCormack), a friend, to get a carpet for him at a reduced price. Nigel manages to get a cut-off from the carpet installed in the new top floor executive suite at Terry's workplace. The morning after Nigel, and his uncle Vernon, (Leslie Dwyer) have laid Terry and June's new sitting-room carpet, however, Malcolm and Beattie – Terry's boss and his wife (Terence Alexander, Rosemary Frankau)- arrive for lunch, and Malcolm tells him that during the night the company's new executive suite carpet has been stolen. Terry then tries to hide his new carpet, thinking they are the same. That night, Terry insists they return the carpet, and June, Brian and Tina accompany him. Terry and June get stuck in a window cleaner's lift while trying to get to the right floor and are discovered in the morning by Malcolm. The security man (Stuart Sherwin), however, says that the Medfords acquired their carpet legally, and so they quickly lie to say they were giving their carpet to the company to replace the stolen one.
4 "A Bridge too Far" John Kane Peter Whitmore 14 November 1979 (1979-11-14)
At work, Terry agrees to play on behalf of the company at a bridge championship, in the hope of impressing the Chairman of the Board Sir Dennis Hodge (Reginald Marsh). Terry has never played bridge before but believes he can learn in the week that remains until the game. However, Sir Dennis telephones that same evening, and suggests they have a practice match so that they can judge each others playing ability. Terry can not get out of it, and Sir Dennis soon arrives with Major Pritchard (Anthony Howard) and Admiral Boyd (Noel Coleman) to play. Terry then tries to delay the match while June goes out to a phone box to ring home pretending there is an emergency so Terry can leave. However, before this can happen Terry bangs his head on the card table, and pretends the bang has given him amnesia and made him forget how to play bridge. (Heather Bell also appears in this episode.)
5 "Writing On the Wall" John Kane Peter Whitmore 21 November 1979 (1979-11-21)
Terry is outraged when he sees some vandalism written on a nearby wall, and believes that not enough people take an interest in children these days. When Tina then brings Magnus (Wayne Norman) her 12-year-old nephew round, and asks Terry to help him make a costume for the Church Fancy Dress Parade, June forces Terry to accept. Magnus wants to go as a pirate, but Terry insists on building a model of the Starship Enterprise that Magnus can get in to. On the day of the Parade, Magnus has a rash and Terry decides to get in the model himself, but accidentally gets towed away by a van. It soon turns out that Magnus' rash is in fact red paint, as he is the child responsible for the recent vandalism. (John Warner and Barry Howard also appear in this episode.)
6 "Animal Crackers" John Kane Peter Whitmore 28 November 1979 (1979-11-28)
Terry and June find a budgerigar outside their bedroom window, and after returning it to its owner via the Police, they think about getting pets. Before Terry can decide, June agrees to 'dog sit' Boobalinka, a Yorkshire Terrier, for a friend, as well as many other animals, including budgerigars, rabbits, a ferret, Guinea pigs, gerbils, mice, goldfish, terrapins, ants and a Grass snake; much to Terry's annoyance. Soon, Terry lets the dog out, not realising it will run away. He then searches the streets for it, and accidentally goes into the wrong house thinking she is inside. June persuades the house's owners (Peter Stenson and Sue Lynne) that it was a genuine mistake. Hours after running away, the dog returns on its own and eats Terry's steak. (Brian Jameson, Deborah Fairfax and Derek Martin also appear in this episode.)
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PostSubject: Re: Series One (1979)   Thu Aug 30, 2012 9:09 am

Good info, George. You write this yourself?
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PostSubject: Re: Series One (1979)   Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:05 am

Nope got it from wikipedia
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PostSubject: Re: Series One (1979)   Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:28 am

It saves time, but it is better when it is handwritten. Don't copy stuff without editing it to make it your own in future.

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