An alert ruins Jones' wedding reception.
The platoon discovers a bomb.
Frazer's collection of sovereigns.
The gang wants to stage the story of St. George.
Pike gets his hands on Mainwaring's car.
An alert warns of possible 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.
Jones' face winds up on the wrong poster.
Jones' books are examined.
A German aircrew refuses to surrender.
Godfrey's cottage is scheduled for bulldozing.
Pike receives some alarming news.
The platoon takes part in a training film.
Jones accidentally shoots a turkey.
The platoon uses the captain's Rolls-Royce.
The carnival attracts Capt. Mainwaring.
A fanatic pursues Capt. Mainwaring.
More troops arrive.
The platoon encounters a steamroller.
Clergymen join the platoon.
The platoon is stranded when the van breaks down.
A relation of Sgt. Wilson dies.
The platoon has an efficiency test.
The platoon guards royalty.
The platoon welcomes American troops.
The platoon guards a captive U-boat crew.
A parachute gets tangled on a steeple.
The platoon guards a secret weapon.
Mainwaring receives a summons.
Mainwaring challenges a commander.
Jones loses money for the new canteen.
Pvt. Godfrey courts a lost love.
The platoon counts cash after a bank bomb.
Frazer gets to run the unit.
Cpl. Jones must rescue the platoon.
Cpl. Jones tries to solve the meat shortage.
The platoon sees a film on Napoleon.
Platoon members worry about a transfer.
The platoon tries to rescue comrades.
The platoon celebrates Christmas.
Mainwaring proves unpopular on a weekend camp.
Chief Warden uses Mainwaring's office for headquarters.
Wilson becomes a bank manager.
Capt. Mainwaring is challenged to a game of cricket.
Capt. Mainwaring plans to recruit women.
Cpl. Jones' military past is questioned.
Jones commands an outpost.
The platoon goes after an IRA member.
The platoon relieves a Polish unit guarding Italian POWs.
The platoon has to rescue Pvt. Pike.
The platoon starts a tough training program.
The platoon must capture a windmill.
The auxiliary services have a parade.
Capt. Mainwaring sees a boat's tactical possibilities.
A vital part of the machine gun is missing.
Pvt. Frazer suggests a platoon dog.
Pvt. Godfrey troubles over shooting the enemy.
The platoon replaces a transferred naval section.
Capt. Mainwaring organizes a dance.
A barrage balloon gets entangled on the church tower.
No one knows how to use a large naval gun.
Mainwaring is demoted and Wilson is put in charge of the platoon.
The platoon is trapped in a vault with a bomb.
The platoon needs more ammunition.
Enemy aircraft crashes in the town reservoir.
The platoon takes part in a weekend battle course.
A butcher's van is converted for military use.
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.