William sees similarities between life in France and Britain.
William's daughter learns an economics lesson; the mayor's daughter gets a lesson in manners from Hester.
Hester and William's 25th anniversary seems to be leading them to divorce.
Hester and William avoid their son-in-law's parents.
Hester helps with a coach tour for British real estate buyers.
Hester finds out that checks don't bounce in France; they ricochet.
William beats the French at their own game of boules.
Hester is too complacent regarding the difficulties of buying a house in France.
Hester and William arrive home from vacation to find they have squatters.
Hester wins a leg of mutton at the village fair, only to learn that it is still on the hoof.
France's biggest-selling magazine chooses William and Hester as typical of the Brits who are pouring over the Channel.
The Fields want to teach a noisy neighbor a lesson.
The Fields' daughter comes to visit during the 200th anniversary of the French Revolution.
Hester cooks a traditional English meal to impress William's boss.
William's first day in a French office is complicated by language problems.
The English Channel and Hester pose problems during the move to France.
William and Hester conquer a new country, a new language and a new culture.
William is in two minds when he is headhunted for a job in France.