Everything goes wrong when Edgar buys the United Kingdom rights to an American fitness book.
Donald believes Edgar's brother is after his job.
Robin, the new writer, has a knack for making trouble.
Caroline and Donald must choose between work and friends.
Caroline appoints an old friend to be her secretary, with disastrous results.
Donald and his secretary travel to Germany.
While impressed by Donald's handling of a tricky situation in the boardroom, Caroline soon has cause to accuse her husband of gross hypocrisy.
Donald and Caroline come under new pressures since their marriage is no longer secret, and they're now joint managing directors of Oasis.
Edgar has startling news for his two top executives, Caroline and Donald.
Edgar's succession to the head of the company is at stake when he discovers that Caroline and Donald are married.
Donald tells Caroline that business and friendship don't mix.
Caroline admits there is a professional jealousy between her and Donald.
Caroline is enjoying her return to work, especially after noticing the domestic rut which has trapped a friend.
Donald (Geoffrey Palmer) wishes that he wasn't involved in Caroline's (Penelope Keith) negotiations with an American writer.
When Donald finds his authority at the office is constantly undermined, he subtly tries to get Caroline to leave work.
Caroline (Penelope Keith) is disturbed when she discovers Donald's (Geoffrey Palmer) ethics are not as high as she expected.
Donald wonders what he will do after Caroline gives their home address as her own, since both are pretending that they have never met.
Donald (Geoffrey Palmer) gets a new job at the publishing company, then learns he will be working with his wife (Penelope Keith).
A British sitcom starring Penelope Keith and Geoffrey Palmer. After raising five children, Caroline Fairchild decides to resume her career.