The staff discuss future plans as they prepare to leave.
Gladys agrees to marry Clive, but his family objects.
Ted is replaced; play rehearsals backfire.
Ted helps Clive woo indifferent Gladys.
Spike loses his ability to make people laugh.
Ted challenges the Marines to race on their assault course.
Maplin plans a circus; Ted falls for a young camper.
Maplin cancels staff parties and Gladys has a peculiar dream.
Clive's family decides Gladys is not good enough for him.
Alec fires Peggy and Gladys for resisting his advances.
Alec threatens to sack Clive, and arranges a rendezvous with Peggy.
Clive and Spike reconsider their feelings for Gladys.
Gladys falls for Clive, but Maplin announces her engagement to Spike.
The staff participates in a toothpaste competition.
Maplin decides not to replace Mr. Partridge.
Gladys juggles two dates on the same night.
Speculation abounds about Mr. Partridge's death.
Tragedy befalls drunken Mr. Partridge.
Hard feelings erupt after the casting of a staff show and the search for a valuable emerald necklace.
Ted decides to raffle Clive's car and swap it for a banged-up old junker before delivering it to the lucky winner.
Clive is suspected of being a spy for Joe Maplin.
Peggy is promoted; Ted stages "Drown Your Grannie."
It's the first day of the season, and the Entertainments Staff prepare to greet the season's first campers down at the station.
Clive is made entertainment manager.
Fairbrother leaves a letter explaining his absence.
Yvonne seeks help from an old partner when Barry hurts his back.
Peggy's longtime pen pal visits.
Maplin arranges an unveiling ceremony for a statue of himself.
Fairbrother settles his marital troubles.
Fred's horses are strangely tired.
Ted receives unexpected news from management.
Gladys mourns Fairbrother's departure as Ted gloats.
Maplin appoints a new supervisor, who promptly demotes Gladys and moves into a private chalet.
A contest winner will attend a holiday camp in the Bahamas.
Fairbrother conducts Sunday services for the campers.
Spike meets a woman who changes his outlook.
Ted seeks revenge when Maplin's volcano model erupts during his act.
Ted Bovis considers showing a risque film.
His wife's boyfriend asks Fairbrother to divorce her.
Maplin visits secretly to evaluate his employees.
Ted faces prison for unpaid debts to his ex-wife.
Maplin orders Fairbrother to bribe the local council.
Maplin protests construction of a hospital near the camp.
Spike must produce a float for a town carnival.
Barry and Yvonne don't invite Ted Bovis to their party.
Spike must give up show business to wed his love.
Rumors fly after Gladys escorts drunken Fairbrother to his room.
Ted Bovis will entertain at a posh dinner.
Fairbrother presents a recital of classical music.
Fairbrother helps Peggy try for a promotion.
After days of rain, the staff is hard pressed to come up with new indoor amusements.
Jeffrey puts his job on the line when he is forced to violate Maplin's ban on pets to care for his dog.
The camp's owner decrees that every Thursday will be "Sunshine Smile Day," and any staffer caught not smiling will be sacked.
The camp's riding instructor fears for his life when he thinks one of the campers is a mafia hit man hired to get him.
Jeffrey is pressed into service when the staff learns that the Punch and Judy man has a drinking problem.
Jeffrey discovers that several of the staff members have been enjoying perks not associated with the job.
The runner-up in the Holiday Princess competition is seen entering one of the staff chalets late at night.