Disaster follows disaster as Tom and Barbara find themselves pushed further and further into a corner.
The costumes for the music society's production of "Sweet Charity" appall Margo.
The Goods decide to try to make their own clothes; Jerry is jockeying for position of Managing Director.
When the Goods receive a pile of raw wool, Tom decides that self-sufficiency should go beyond food.
Margo gets in over her head with speaking engagements.
Tom and Barbara feel very sorry for Jerry when they discover that Margo isn't going riding twice a week as she claims.
When drought wreaks havoc with the Goods' agricultural plans, the Leadbetters try to revive their neighbors' spirits.
Barbara tries to remain like a woman despite work-worn hands and a ruined dress.
Tom and Barbara catch fleas; the problem is how to keep the fleas from catching Margo and Jerry.
Tom and Margo find themselves in conflict over a windbreak Margo puts up for rehearsals.
Margo and Jerry are furious when Tom starts playing music to the trees.
Margot and Jerry need to find new domestics just when the Goods develop a cash problem.
Tom and Barbara have babies, babies and more babies.
After discovering that suburban time doesn't fit an agricultural community, Tom and Barbara switch to nature's clock.
Tom and Barbara's evening classes become unusually productive.
A boar-walker recommends Tom and Barbara move, but they don't want to.
Tom and Barbara have problems, but they pale in comparison to those of their neighbors; Jerry questions whether he should obey his boss.
Tom takes action when someone steals his leeks.
A freelance journalist does an article on the Goods; Margo tries to promote her dramatic production.
When Tom and Barbara attract some disciples, Jerry and Margo envision a commune.
The Goods try to sell their harvest surplus to pay taxes, but it proves to be difficult.
Tom and Barbara receive help from an unexpected quarter when harvest time comes around.
As the Goods' savings dwindle, Margo and Jerry think Tom will be increasingly tempted to earn extra money.
Marge and Jerry are horrified when Tom builds a generator fueled by pig dung.
Tom buys a pair of pigs for the back garden and Margo gets the residents' association chairman involved.
Things happen in Tom's garden; Barbara feels the effects of tiring work.
The Goods introduce livestock to Surbiton; Tom paints the greenhouse pink.
Tom Good decides that commuting is no life for a thinking man, but his solution causes embarrassment.
Everyone plans their Christmas but things don't go as scheduled. With Richard Briers, Felicity Kendal, Penelope Keith and Paul Eddington.