Mr. Rumbold feels that his authority is being undermined by the staff.
A group of Mongolian businessmen expect an exhibition of British culture, forcing the staff to come up with an ingenious plan.
Strange things begin to happen after a chunk of fallen plaster reveals the petrified remains of a cat.
Mrs. Slocombe's ex-husband, missing for 42 years, suddenly shows up as a guest at the manor.
The staff at Millstone is asked to provide a cricket team for the village match.
Chewing gum proves to be a problem for Mrs. Slocombe's cat; Captain Peacock discovers an old pistol in a drawer.
Little does the staff realize that it is expected to provide cultural entertainment for a group of American tourists.
A photograph for the hotel brochure is planned; ghostly happenings start at the manor.
Few people are willing to work at Millstone Manor and the first guests will soon arrive.
Mrs. Slocombe is charged with stealing a gypsy cart and speeding.
The former Grace Brothers employees decide to make Millstone Manor into a profitable enterprise.
After Grace Brothers closes, the staff learns their pension money is invested in a country manor.