Winston Churchill summons the infant Goodies.
Graeme and Bill try to save Tim's animal-actor's boutique.
Visitors from outer space disturb the Goodies.
Tim competes against Graeme and Bill in the Olympics.
Tim Travolta and Olivia Newton-Greyboots dance to disco tunes.
Britain's election results shock the world.
The Goodies await the end of the world on Christmas Eve.
The Goodies stage a variety show for royalty.
Smitten Tim takes up punk rock to impress a woman.
Scouting becomes illegal when the Goodies join.
Bill tries to save the last dodo from extinction.
The Goodies travel south seeking their ancestry.
The Goodies perform 'Funky Gibbon,' 'Sick Man Blues' and 'Wild Thing.'
The Goodies play an unusually violent form of cricket.
Tim suspects advertising agents Graeme and Bill of dishonesty.
A scam involving an artificial racehorse backfires.
Someone hijacks a trainload of mystery buffs.
A singer's voice enrages Graeme's placid giant cod.
A property developer traps the Goodies in their office.
The prospecting Goodies mine cream, jam and scones.
The Goodies' propaganda film has a reverse affect.
Bill must make a millionaire's daughter laugh to wed her.
Graeme turns A.D. 55 Italy into a tourist center.
An accident sends the Goodies into space in a lighthouse.
Bill introduces a martial art called 'Ecky Thump.'
The Goodies populate a safari park with entertainers.
Graeme's dog-breeding experiments result in 'Frankenfido.'
Druids order the Goodies beheaded for breaking sect rules.
Hefty women pursue the Goodies with revenge in mind.
A giant can of tomato soup transforms Britons into clowns.
Tim, Graeme and Bill make three separate films.
The Goodies climb a beanstalk to a giant's castle, where they encounter poultry feverishly laying golden eggs.
Evil instructors lead an attack on the Goodies.
The Goodies meet Nastyperson while searching for a lost paradise.
A visit from Hazel the Witch alters Graeme's character.
The Goodies represent Britain in the North Pole Olympics.
Tim takes a sudden interest in hunting and fishing.
Maniacal machines plague the Goodies at their new office.
The Goodies mount a national popularity contest.
A businessman takes advantage of the Goodies' charity work.
The Goodies oppose sex and violence in television and films.
Tim experiences life from a woman's perspective.
The Goodies visit a farm in search of good food.
Rival dance teams involve the Goodies in a duel.
The Goodies learn someone is stealing British art.
The Music Master kidnaps all British musicians.
A comely girl leads the Goodies on a jungle search for her father.
The Goodies embark upon a drastic anti-pollution campaign.
The Goodies represent the United Kingdom at a curious athletics meeting.
A suicidal zoo-keeper seeks an occupant for his monster house.
The Post Office refuses the Goodies permission to operate a radio station.
The unsuspecting Goodies work as servants in a haunted house.
The vacationing Goodies find their holiday spot deserted.
A government official asks the Goodies to recover compromising photos.
The police ask for help improving their image.
The Goodies promote a bedtime drink called Venom.
Beefeaters begin to die when someone steals their meat.