Martin's promotion will take him to Shropshire; Ann announces she's pregnant.
Another department's plans to expand threaten Martin's office space.
Hilda thinks Paul and Ann are having an affair when she sees Ann climbing over Paul's fence.
A local farmer denies Howard and Hilda the right to use a public footpath.
The community, the police and just about everyone else come to regret Martin's involvement in the Neighbourhood Watch.
Hilda, Howard, Martin and Ann rent a country cottage for the weekend.
Martin is overjoyed when he learns that Paul is leaving the community.
Ann wants Paul to teach Martin how to relax so that he can finally get a good night's sleep.
Martin and Paul fight for different sides in a re-enactment of a battle between the Cavaliers and the Roundheads.
Martin tries to stop Ann's campaign for the Open University.
Martin's fame goes to his head when he becomes a local hero by saving a girl from drowning.
Martin wonders what kind of knaves will rent Tredwell's house after Paul buys it.
Martin is convinced that he cheated on Ann when he wakes up with a woman lying next to him in his hotel room.
When Martin offers to take delivery of Paul's garden manure, things go disastrously wrong.
Martin agrees to let a few of Paul's friends stay at his house after a big party, sure that he'll regret it in the morning.
Ann decides Martin needs help dealing with his hyperactivity, while Martin believes Ann is the one who needs assistance.
Ann becomes bored with her stay-at-home existence.
Martin is excited about the upcoming snooker tournament until he learns that Paul has also entered.
When Ann has to go into the hospital for a minor operation, Martin refuses all offers of household help from his friends.
Paul's estranged wife ruins dinner with his new girlfriend, Martin and his wife.
Martin puts all his energy into preparing for a cricket match.
Martin organizes an afternoon of activities for an elderly friend, hoping it will all end with a great game of bingo.
Martin worries that Paul will ruin the community's annual fund-raising dance.
The annual holiday arrangements need organizing and Martin assumes his usual responsibilities.
Martin believes Paul's unconventional behavior will upset the community's delicate balance.
Martin dislikes Paul's suggestion to reorganize the Residents' Committee.
Martin and Ann meet their new neighbor.