When Sid discovers why Jean is sulking and Sally and Mike won't talk to him, he goes to the pub with Trevor and together they come up with an idea.
Sid discovers where the money for his birthday party came from.
Sid is very excited when he closes a deal on a large export order for his firm.
Sid is very surprised to find there is a well under his house.
Jean is worried about strange noises coming from next door.
Sid tells Jean he has a temporary promotion at work; but soon Jean is beginning to doubt what he told her.
Sid lies awake night after night worrying about the countries troubles.
Sid's Uncle Perry dies and leaves him the contents of two large packing cases and a small brown parcel.
Jean, Sally and Mike are anxious to share in Sid's bonus and commission.
When Mike moves on his own, Jean decides his room needs redecorating.
Sid is taken to the doctors.
Sid has another restless night after Jean and Sally analyse his dreams.
Sid has more than a few problems when Jean convinces him to buy a deep freezer.
A family wedding forces Sid to spend a day with Jean's cousin Peggy.
Sid leads a revolt against the Chairman.
Sally and Mike bring home a lady, much to Sid's disgust.
Sid receives a birthday present from the family, but he doesn't want it.
Sid dodges a stage performance, only to end up sorting out props and scenery.
Jean announces to Sid the romance has gone out of their marriage and she wants to take a lover.
Mike and Sally's plans for a holiday might have gone smoothly if Sid did not get involved with the financial side.
Sid allows Mike's girlfriend to stay for a few days, but things change when he finds out what sort of dancer she is.
Sid wants nothing to do with Jean's horoscopes.
Sid attempts to get into the pop scene.
There is a party that Sid has not remembered. It is his Silver Wedding Anniversary.
Sid is pleased that Mike is marrying into a wealthy family.
When Mike and Sally bring home something that has fallen off the back of a lorry, Sid warns them about mixing with villains like Fingers Taplock.
Betty asks a favour, Sid is not too keen buy Jean insists that they are friends and encourages her.
Trouble starts when Sally and Mike go into business buying and selling old junk.
Sid is remembered in an old friend's will.
Sally considers a job away from home.
When an old flame kindles warmth in Jean's heart, Sid begins to burn.
Most British soldiers left their hearts in wartime Paris, but Sid left only his army paybook.
Jean, Mike and Sally all come down with the flu, but Sid can still cope.
When Jean finds out that sexy Sandra is what makes a shriveled old prune turn into Putney's oldest teeny bopper, she decides that it's time to go home to mother.
When Mike has a brilliant idea it usually costs Sid money; when it only involves a gritty old garage, Sid can be persuaded.
When Sid sees what walking has done for Leslie, he and Trevor decide they will go along, too.
When Sid's boss goes on holiday, Sid takes it upon himself to guard the `goodies'.
The Abbotts try to rid themselves of Sid's cousin Tony.
Sid and Jean happen to notice something strange going on next door.
When Mike goes off his food and takes to wearing a collar and tie, Sid and Jean decide to invite the girl involved home to tea.
The family has to cope with a death.
Sid's problems start when Betty brings something into the house; Mike also brings something into the house and things get worse when Sid thinks that Mike's something has been brought in by Betty's something.
Sid makes preparations for a visit from his boss.
Sid agrees to buy Mike what he wants for his birthday, only to receive a surprise himself.
Bored housewife Jean is overcome when set in his ways hubby Sid agrees to go on a picnic, but their plans for the day end in disaster.
Sid's bad time keeping prompts Jean to check his movements, only to discover that her husband has a date the following evening.
Sid's plans for Saturday afternoon don't include Jean's sister.
Sid and Jean talk about the war.
Sid gets home from a hard day's work to be greeted with a revelation from Sally.
Sid plans a fishing weekend without realizing that Jean's father is coming to stay.
The generation gap between Sid and his children widens to a gulf when he comes home from work early.
Sid has problems when the family returns from vacation and it seems as if they'd never been away.
Mike's attempts to earn some money of his own are nearly foiled by Sid, and Jean has no idea what is going on, until Sally comes to the rescue.
Sid can't remember what he got up to at the annual get together of the Boy Scouts; Jean produces souvenirs and mementos to help remind him and as the memories come flooding back, Sid is desperately trying to get rid of the evidence.
Sid feels he should try to control his children more when Sally rashly decides to take in a stray dog.
Sid's Saturday lie-in is doomed from the start when Sally falls in love again.; Jean goes on a diet.
Sid's attempts to listen to Tchaikovsky prompt an interruption by a visitor.
Young Mike Abbott's latest piece of modern sculpture causes trouble when new neighbors move in next door.
Jean gets a job in a bookshop in Soho.
Sid thinks Mike's getting married.
Sid James stars as the baffled head of the Abbott family;he struggles to keep his two unruly teenage children in line.
Mike packs his bags and moves out after an argument with his father, so Jean and Sally stop talking to Sid, Sally goes to a friend's place, and Jean goes to her mothers.
Father's Day is coming up and Jean is baking a cake when the doorbell rings, it's Mike with two policemen; Mike's in trouble, this is the third example this year.
Sid's watching the TV when it goes on the blink, he hits it but can't get a picture; he asks Sally where Jean is because she knows just where to hit it, but Sally tells him she went out; Jean is at the Doctors.
Sid's worried about his kids; Sally's wearing a padded bra; Mike is borrowing his mother's nail polish and hair spray.