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 leads a revolt against the Chairman.
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.
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.
Jean, Mike and Sally all come down with the flu, but Sid can still cope.
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 plans for Saturday afternoon don't include Jean's sister.
Sid and Jean talk about the war.
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.