Gary saves Clement Atlee's life, but his future is foreclosed by a closed time portal.
A compromising photo of Gary may turn up in the present.
Gary and Phoebe deal with a protection racket.
Gary and Phoebe join a variety troupe to entertain troops in Belgium.
A time engineer threatens to close the time portal.
Gary ends up in the 1890s, where he meets Jack the Ripper.
Noel Coward wants Phoebe to appear in his movie, 'Brief Encounter.'
Both wives want to move to California.
Yvonne throws Gary out after a row; he goes back in time and calls Phoebe Yvonne.
Gary is triplicated after a lightning strike.
Gary encounters his son Michael in the future.
Evicted Ron moves into Gary's Mayfair flat.
Gary's dreams strain his sense of reality.
Gary is captured by the Germans in occupied France.
Gary takes on a French colonel's identity to help MI5.
Gary takes up gambling for extra money.
Ron time travels regularly, annoying Gary.
Phoebe follows Gary through the time portal to 1998.
Phoebe finds life in Mayfair difficult when the butcher proves to be a snob.
Gary wants to buy a flat for himself and Phoebe.
Phoebe gives birth; Gary is unaware of disastrous news.
Gary arranges a date for Ron with Yvonne's friend.
Gary oversleeps on his wedding day.
Gary's drunken boys-night-out leads to a flight over Germany and a near-dunk in the English Channel.
Gary finds it difficult to return to the past after Yvonne loses her job.
Yvonne has a miscarriage; Gary mistakes his wife's mother for someone else.
Phoebe and Gary visit her grandmother in Liverpool; Ron's grandfather steals Gary's wallet.
Phoebe learns that her husband has been killed in fighting in Egypt; Ron is arrested for assault.
With Yvonne away on business, Gary plans a week in the country with Phoebe.
Gary baby-sits his godson.
Gary must cope with two pregnant women.
Phoebe and Yvonne inform Gary that they are both pregnant.
Gary gets Yvonne and Phoebe pregnant.
Gary defends integration when an American soldier objects to black patrons coming to the Royal Oak.
Gary's guilt doubles when Phoebe winds up in the hospital with pneumonia and Yvonne reveals that she is having an affair.
Phoebe's prisoner-of-war husband turns up at the Royal Oak, but confesses that he wants to return to his regiment.
Gary must stop a singer from recording a Beatles' song in order to keep musical history intact.
Ron threatens to expose Gary's secret life; Phoebe presses Gary to start a family with her.
Phoebe and Yvonne get into things while Gary is away; Reg makes a present for Frankie.
Gary gives Yvonne a short story idea drawn from his other life in World War II.
Gary takes his frustration over the war with Japan out on his wife's possible future employer, a Korean businessman.
Construction at the pub may keep Gary from wishing Phoebe a happy birthday.
Gary worries about becoming a father; Phoebe meets a dashing airman.
Gary contends with the stress of living in two different eras at the same time.
Gary begins selling his collection of antiques from the 1940s in order to pay his debts.
Gary, the time-traveling philanderer, realizes that he can't go home again after faking his death in 1994.
Gary considers faking suicide to be in 1941.
Gary has trouble making it home for dinner with two different women each night.
A night of drinking in 1941 means trouble in 1994 when Gary has to go to court; Yvonne seeks marital counseling.
Gary gets the cold shoulder when a stranger enters Phoebe's life.
Ron convinces Gary to return to 1940 to make an investment that will set him for life.
Gary uses forged 1940s currency.
Gary believes that he married Phoebe after learning of an elderly woman name Phoebe Sparrow.
Ron agrees to help Gary return to 1940 but insists he go with him; Phoebe loses half her belongings in a bombing.
Gary arouses suspicions when he saves Phoebe from an early evening bombing raid.
Gary returns to the bar to begin courting Phoebe, where he runs into her husband Donald.
A TV repairman finds a passage between the present and the 1940s.