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 Series Six (1983)

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PostSubject: Series Six (1983)   Fri Aug 31, 2012 6:06 am

34 "Strictly Off The Record" John Kane Peter Whitmore 15 February 1983 (1983-02-15)
Terry decides to rent a video recorder so he can watch the late night films the next day. Sir Dennis receives a phone call reminding him about a reunion he promised to attend. He is annoyed when he discovers that it will cause him to miss the final of a television bridge series that he has been following for several weeks. Terry offers to record the programme on his new recorder. Sir Dennis is delighted and says he'll come round to watch the recording after his reunion. When Terry returns home he finds that June has cancelled the free trial and sent the video recorder back to the rental shop. Terry persuades Malcolm to record the programme and bring his recorder round for Sir Dennis to watch it, but unfortunately Beattie has mixed up the tapes leaving them with a recording of The Sound of Music. Shortly before Sir Dennis is due to arrive the video rental man delivers a copy of the bridge programme which June had asked him to record. Moments later Sir Dennis telephones to say that he left the reunion early and watched the programme live at his club. June says at least they will be able to go to bed but Terry announces that when he told Sir Dennis they had a copy of The Sound of Music he said that he would come round and watch that instead.
35 "Wine, Women and Song" John Kane Peter Whitmore 22 February 1983 (1983-02-22)
Terry has started making his own wine to save money. Sir Dennis finds out and appoints him as a judge in a local wine making competition. Terry doesn't bother to spit out the wine after tasting it and quickly becomes inebriated. While Terry is under the influence June gets him to agree to a trip to Boulogne on the ferry to get some proper wine, using two tickets given to them by Malcolm and Beattie. June boards the ferry in time but Terry struggles to find a place to park the car and misses the boat.
36 "A Day In Boulogne" John Kane Peter Whitmore 1 March 1983 (1983-03-01)
Terry finally makes it to Boulogne with June but soon encounters language difficulties with the locals. They stock up with wine and fine foods at the hypermarket including a particularly pungent cheese, which Terry is sure will keep the Customs men away at Dover. Back on the boat the smelly cheese clears the ferry's passenger lounge, but at Dover Terry encounters a Customs man with a head cold who is determined to examine his luggage. Rather than pay the duty on the half litre of wine by which he is over his limit Terry instead drinks it, becoming tipsy. Outside in the car park Terry heads for his car and a policeman asks him to take a breathalyser but luckily June is already in the driver's seat. On leaving the port, where they have parked illegally, Terry presents the now stinking cheese to a delighted parking attendant as a gift. On smelling the cheese the attendant angrily throws it into a bin as Terry and June drive away.
37 "Strictly For The Birds" Terry Ravenscroft Peter Whitmore 8 March 1983 (1983-03-08)
When Tarquin and Melinda Spry invite Terry and June to go bird watching with them Terry can't really see the point, but decides to have some fun at their expense. Sneaking out of the hide he imitates the mating call of a bittern. Determined to get a photo of the bird Tarquin floats off on an improvised raft and falls into the lake. Later June and Melinda fall out over Terry while Terry and Tarquin, having made up, look on amused.
38 "Tea And No Sympathy" Terry Ravenscroft Peter Whitmore 15 March 1983 (1983-03-15)
Terry and June experience problems with 'industrial relations' when they arrange to have new wardrobes fitted in their bedroom – except the workmen who come to fit them go on strike.
39 "Thanks For The Memory" Jon Watkins Peter Whitmore 22 March 1983 (1983-03-22)
While on a train journey Terry manages to knock himself unconscious while helping an attractive young lady (Sabina Franklyn) retrieve her luggage and ends up in a police station when he loses his memory. June gets a call from the Police sergeant (Colin Jeavons) and collects Terry, who doesn't remember her. Enjoying the fuss being made of him, when his memory does return Terry pretends he still has amnesia until June overhears him.
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