William sees similarities between life in France and Britain.
Hester and William give tips on economics, manners and cricket.
Hester wants no surprises on her 25th wedding anniversary.
Hester and William avoid their son-in-law's parents.
The plumbing fails during a tour of British buyers.
A bounced check has unexpected consequences.
The Fields' house goes up for auction.
William learns that buying a house is a costly proposition.
Hester and William take a barge holiday.
Hester wins a raffle at the village fair.
A magazine chooses the Fields as typical readers.
The Fields want to teach a noisy neighbor a lesson.
Emma visits on the 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.