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 Series Two (1980)

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PostSubject: Series Two (1980)   Thu Aug 30, 2012 7:01 am

7 "To Catch a Thief" John Kane Peter Whitmore 5 September 1980 (1980-09-05)
Terry returns home with a new, Princess, company car. June teaches Terry a mnemonic method for remembering the registration number. The following morning Terry leaves the house and finds the car stolen. Terry then reports the theft to Sgt. Tucker (John Junkin) at the Police Station, and though he has problems remembering the registration number, the mnemonic comes to his aid. The next day, he wakes up to find the car returned with a note saying a couple had borrowed it to take the wife to hospital as she was in labour. As a thank you, they enclose two tickets to the theatre that night, a West End show – Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King & I. Terry has a car alarm fitted to the car, but accidentally sets it off when they leave the theatre district and is questioned by a police officer (Michael Sharvell-Martin) as the car is still reported stolen. When they return home, they find everything in their house has been stolen; the theatre tickets being a diversion to get them out of the house. Shortly after their return home however, Sgt. Tucker tells them that the van with all their belongings has been found. (Roy Holder and Geoffrey Morgan also appear in this episode.)
8 "Words of Love" John Kane Peter Whitmore 12 September 1980 (1980-09-12)
After watching an old romantic film, the 1940s classic Now, Voyager, Terry and June decide there is not enough romance in their marriage any more. For June's birthday, Terry decides to buy her a piece of jewellery, and asks his secretary Melanie Coolidge (Janie Booth) to take it to the jewellers to get it personalised. Meanwhile, before coming to dinner to celebrate June's birthday, Beattie finds a letter in Malcolm's papers that suggests he is having an affair. Despite it not being his letter, Malcolm persuades Beattie the letter is Terry's, to get any suspicion off him, and she thinks Terry and Miss Coolidge are having an affair. That evening, to oblige Malcolm, Terry tells Beattie that Miss Coolidge is infatuated with him, and Beattie accepts this explanation for the letter. Miss Coolidge arrives to give Terry his present for June, but Terry has to hide her in the hall cupboard before she has handed over the engraved jewellery to prevent June seeing her. Her fiancé Cyril Parsons (Robin Parkinson) then arrives, looking for her and it turns out the letter Beattie found was addressed to him, and Terry gives June her present.
9 "Uncle Terry and Auntie June" Dave Freeman Peter Whitmore 19 September 1980 (1980-09-19)
Terry's nephew, Alan (Roger Martin), arrives to stay for a few days as he is doing business in the area. He soon takes a large delivery of gorgonzola, much to Terry and June's annoyance. Alan gives them a cash and carry card, borrowed from his boss Humphries Belvedere. When Terry goes to collect the food June has bought, he is arrested by the Police who believe he is Humphries Belvedere. Thinking they are arresting him for using the cash and carry card under false pretences, Terry pretends he is Belvedere, until it turns out Belvedere is wanted for a series of robberies. June then arrives, not realising Terry's predicament and also says Terry is Belvedere. However, Terry soon realises and, with Alan's help, the Police do not charge Terry and June and let them go. Belvedere is later arrested and Alan is let off as he did not know about Belvedere's thefts. (Colin McCormack, Norman Comer, Michael Napier Brown, Gordon Salkilld and Anthony Arundell also appear in this episode.)
10 "Disco Fever" John Kane Peter Whitmore 26 September 1980 (1980-09-26)
There is a shake up at Terry’s work when Sir Dennis’ nephew becomes head of personnel and starts to fire the older members of staff. The nephew decides to hold the company’s annual dance at a disco club, so Malcolm gives Terry some disco dancing books and tapes. He and June practice at home and a week later attend a disco dancing class run by Steve the dance instructor, (Tony Anholt), with Terry nearly backing out until he sees the attractive dancer Linda Bottomley (Sue Silvey). Though Terry's style is "more Edmundo Ros than John Travolta", he and June enter the dance class and Terry enjoys himself – until he catches sight of himself in a mirror. On the night of the dance, Terry and June refuse to dance, and Sir Dennis praises Terry for his “integrity”. Sir Dennis then says that his nephew will be demoted back to the mailing department the next morning.
11 "Workers Unite" Jon Watkins Peter Whitmore 3 October 1980 (1980-10-03)
June is working temporarily as a market researcher while Mrs. Bates is sick, and arguments soon begin with Terry about the domestic chores. One evening both go out for business dinners, June with her supervisor Ronnie Fairclub (Rex Robinson), and Terry with a business associate Angela (Elizabeth Morgan). Without realising it, they end up at the same restaurant and June overhears Terry make some disparaging comments about her. When Terry gets home, he explains and June understands. Terry soon starts to feel neglected as June gets busier, and she starts to get fed up with working, traipsing the streets well into the evening, and to Terry’s delight, decides to give up her job.
12 "Only Two Can Play" Jon Watkins Peter Whitmore 10 October 1980 (1980-10-10)
After his doctor tells him to take up a hobby, Terry starts to paint, although June, and neighbour Arthur Potts, are critical of his paintings – much to Terry's annoyance – "I bet Whistler didn't have people looking over his shoulder saying – I don't like the look of your mother." Terry then persuades June to take up a hobby herself, and she decides on the cello, and takes lessons. Terry is encouraging, – but soon regrets this, as she plays awfully. He seeks refuge with his neighbour Arthur Potts (John Rolfe), although he soon moves to Torquay. Terry does not have the courage to tell June she plays awfully. Terry gives up painting when an old school friend of June’s, Millie (Shirley Dixon), an artist, criticises one of his paintings. June later decides to give up her cello lessons, having realised she can not play, and a delighted Terry puts the cello up for sale.
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PostSubject: Re: Series Two (1980)   Thu Aug 30, 2012 9:08 am

Thank you for this info, George.
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