An invasion alert upsets Jones' wedding reception.
The squad finds a bomb enmeshed in the vital telephone lines they are guarding.
Capt. Mainwaring wants Frazer to store his gold sovereigns in his bank.
The story of St. George hits a snag when the knights and dragons finally get together.
Pike wrecks Capt. Mainwaring's staff car.
Capt. Mainwaring alerts the public to the possibility of heavily disguised invaders.
Mainwaring appoints himself chairman of a committee to organize a fundraiser for the troops.
Capt Mainwaring has an unexpected and most unwelcome guest - much to the delight of Frazer.
A mix-up at the printer's puts Jones' picture on the poster for a wanted German prisoner-of-war.
Jones' bookkeeping leads to an investigation of Chief Warden Hodges.
A German crew, trapped on the lake in a rubber raft, refuses to surrender.
Plans are underway to demolish Godfrey's cottage in favor of a new airfield.
Pike may have to leave the unit for front line combat.
A training film convinces the townspeople that the village is under attack by Nazi paratroopers.
The senior citizens get Christmas dinner from Jones' accidental shooting of a turkey.
The squad confuses Lady Maltby's donated Rolls Royce with a another car being driven around town.
The platoon's efforts at the local carnival turn comical when Capt. Mainwaring spots Lady Godiva.
A man desperately tries to end Capt. Mainwaring's career.
Officers from the regular army take over Capt. Mainwaring's command.
Mainwaring's platoon finds an abandoned steam engine on the route of an exercise.
The vicar and the verger join the Home Guard.
The unit spends the night in a spooky house after Jones' van breaks down.
Capt. Mainwaring is annoyed with Wilson when the sergeant becomes a member of the aristocracy.
Capt. Mainwaring and the troops have to pass an efficiency test.
The soldiers are assigned to protect King George VI on his train trip up the coast.
The troops welcome the first wave of American soldiers to arrive in Walmington-on-Sea.
The squad is ordered to guard a U-boat crew captured by local fishermen.
When an enemy pilot bails out of his plane, his parachute becomes entangled in a church steeple.
A new secret weapon is to be tested by the War Office.
Captain Mainwaring conducts his own defense when he is to appear in the magistrate's court.
Mainwaring challenges a commando unit to match tactics with his unit in a military maneuver.
Corporal Jones mislays 500 pounds sterling that he was guarding.
The platoon helps out a farmer's widow during harvest time.
The platoon counts cash after a bank bomb.
Mainwaring decides to remedy Frazer's constant complaining.
The platoon finds itself sitting in a barn which has been selected as a live ammunition target.
Private Walker comes up with a rather unorthodox solution to the short supply of meat.
The men go on an important military mission -- to the local cinema.
The Civil Defense forces are ordered to exchange personnel with the Home Guard forces.
When a stray bomb lands on the pumping station, no one gives it much concern, at first.
The squad tries to have a happy Christmas by saving enough coupons for a holiday feast.
Mainwaring loses his popularity with his men when the platoon is assigned to grenade practice.
When the Chief Warden is bombed out of his office, he decides to share Mainwaring's office.
Wilson is finally promoted to bank manager in his own right.
Chief Warden challenges Mainwaring to a "friendly" game of cricket.
Captain Mainwaring embarks on a plan to relieve his men of housekeeping chores.
Jones' past catches up with him when a private Clarke joins the platoon.
Mainwaring decides to give Jones a taste of what it's like to be in command.
The majority of the platoon is at the local pub playing darts when they're supposed to be on parade.
The platoon is detailed to relieve a Polish unit guarding an Italian prisoner of war camp.
Mainwaring decides to move the platoon's headquarters in an effort to confuse Hitler.
Capt. Mainwaring tries to get his troops combat ready through an extensive foot-hardening program.
The Home Guard have to plant a bomb in a windmill occupied by another platoon.
The troops march in a parade with all the other auxiliary guard units.
Capt. Mainwaring sees tactical possibilities for the boat he has repossessed.
The squad's machine gun won't fire after Frazer takes an important part to the workshop for cleaning.
Frazer suggests that the platoon get a dog to track the Germans parachuting into England.
Godfrey decides that he is a conscientious objector to the war.
The squad fills in for a Royal naval section by manning a machine gun on the pier.
Capt. Mainwaring organizes a dance to reunite the soldiers with their wives and sweethearts.
A barrage balloon gets entangled on the church tower.
No one knows how to fire the naval gun afforded the squad for coastal protection.
Mainwaring is demoted and Wilson is put in charge of the platoon.
Capt. Mainwaring and the troops are trapped in a bank vault with an unexploded bomb.
Capt. Mainwaring has trouble getting more ammunition after his troops open fire on enemy aircraft.
The regular army gets called in when an enemy aircraft crash lands in the middle of town.
The troops get a lesson in guerilla warfare from the Spanish International Brigade.
Walker turns Jones' old van into an armored car to carry the troops.
The platoon arrests a suspected spy; Mrs. Pike extinguishes an incendiary bomb.
Jones resents Frazer's promotion to lance corporal.
Wilson overhears Mrs. Pike talk about having a child, and jumps to the wrong conclusion.
Mainwaring tries to keep Walker from being called to active duty.
Tolling church bells are thought to herald a German invasion.
Highland Regiment attacks the platoon in war games.
A shooting contest decides which platoon escorts the prime minister on his visit.
Major Reagan inspects the platoon and finds Corporal Jones unfit for duty.
The unit learns that a monetary reward is offered for captured Germans.
An old soldier convinces Mainwaring to give him command of the unit for weapons.
Mainwaring requisitions weapons from a museum.
A bank manager takes charge of home-defense volunteers.