In this final episode, Arthur is held hostage by an escaped criminal.
A car sold in 1970 returns to haunt Arthur when he is framed for crimes he didn't commit.
Arthur wonders whatever happened to old-fashioned business ethics.
Arthur's brother-in-law falls prey to maniac depression, Arthur discovers the horror of a mind unhinged-his own.
Arthur makes an investment in corporate entertainment, but discovers the world of West End clubs and casinos conceals many pitfalls.
After Arthur sells a worn-out car to a nun, everything starts to go horribly wrong.
While Bert and Doreen are on vacation, Arthur decides to rent out their house; what he hasn't banked on is the fact that his new tenant is wanted by the police.
Arthur arranges a safe house for his friend Sidney, who's on the run from a murder; unfortunately, the safe house turns out to be Dave's sister's caravan.
Arthur and the gang take a trip across the channel to make the most of the duty-free prices.
Arthur comes up with some dubious ways to raise some much-needed cash.
Arthur and Ray hit rock bottom and with the threat of deportation looming, they decide to try and raise the funds to return home.
Arthur and Ray are living it up in Australia but Arthur faces a challenge for the Daley fortune.
Arthur discovers that he may be next in line to inherit a fortune as he traces back the Daley ancestry.
Arthur decides to hire out his second-hand cars, but Ray has a bit of trouble with the customers.
One of Arthur's money-making schemes goes wrong and The Winchester Club is faced with closure.
Arthur announces his new venture into the world of satellite dishes.
Arthur is persuaded into retirement and Ray takes control of Daley Enterprises.
Arthur has a disagreement with Dave after the reappearance of a childhood gang member; Arthur is so annoyed that he decides to set up a club to rival the Winchester.
When Arthur and Ray manage to sell their unwanted stock as fairground novelty prizes, they become unwittingly involved in fraud and major theft.
When Arthur's search for a new car ends in his arrest, even DS Morley thinks he is innocent of the charges, but Ray is not so sure.
Arthur opens "The Daley Post", an all-new London dispatch service; it isn't long before his competitors decide that he should be the one who has lots of business, not all of it being kosher.
Arthur ends up in a bit of trouble with Tony Pike, a local rogue, over an advertisement he has created on a hot air balloon.
Terry has to track down some tough Scots when Arthur gets himself in trouble with the police.
Arthur needs to deliver a consignment of videos and borrows a barge, causing strains in the family.
DS Morley offers Arthur a cheap police transport car; Arthur is uneasy about the deal until he has a Euro vision - Daley Tours; Arthur and Ray head to Heathrow for a trial run.
Arthur offers the services of his minder, Ray, to prevent a compulsive gambler from losing any more money; when she introduces Arthur to her winning roulette system, temptation proves too great for him.
In a further assault on Europe, Arthur ventures into cuisine; when his French chef, Henri, goes missing, Arthur and Ray find themselves in the kitchen making vol-au-vents for a formidable gathering.
Arthur plans Daley's karaoke and variety nights with the landlord of the British Volunteer; he rents a karaoke machine and books his favorite acts.
When Ron the Burglar opens Arthur's lock-up with a metal comb, he is employed to install the latest high-tech alarm systems; however, Ron is more practiced at picking locks than installing burglar deterrents.
Ray Daley minds a valuable racing pigeon, Young Sam, who is to race from London to Bradford against Pride of Pudsey with a £10,000 stake; however, Ray has fallen in love, so Arthur intervenes and almost forfeits the race.
Arthur is demanding police protection from a very angry customer, but since his doctor ordered him to stop smoking and drinking, Arthur's grasp of reality is brought into question.
At Charlie Johnson's funeral, a friend of Arthur's persuades him to help with the next "big one."
Arthur keeps acquiring items that won't do his reputation any good; he tries to unload them without the rest of the manor finding out he's been conned.
Her indoors has gone missing and Arthur is the police's prime suspect; more importantly, he's got a cash-flow problem and his British car sales are being hampered by the Council.
Arthur ventures into the wine trade but when the supplier is taken in for questioning, Arthur's wine is locked up by the police and somehow they've got to get it out.
Arthur Daley is back and he is doing a roaring trade in new cut-price cars, imported from Brussels; however, he has to take on his nephew, Ray Daley, while he seeks staff replacements.
A local property developer offers to buy Arthur's lock-up and car lot, but Terry thinks that the deal may be suspect, so he turns to DS Jones for help.
Terry and Arthur bump into Maltese Tony, who's back in England to hand over some money.
A video implicating two senior police officers is mistakenly returned to Daley videos.
A reformed gambler dies owing Arthur money, but a religious miracle seems to offer some compensation.
Arthur attempts to do a deal with Tony Benson and his new nightclub, while Terry helps Dave by looking after the Winchester Club.
Arthur is in trouble when he buys a truckload of stolen goods, and when it looks as though the police are about to find him out, he decides to set fire to the whole lot.
Minder wins a trip for two on the Orient Express, but his idea of a romantic holiday is ruined.
After Arthur is robbed of a large sum of money, Terry is approached by a private investigator who wants information on Albert Goddard.
A Russian ship and a skinhead called Nigel cause trouble for Arthur and Terry.
Arthur fakes his own death in a bid to escape a huge tax bill, which leads the regulars at the Winchester to hold a fundraiser in his memory.
Arthur and Terry become involved in the attempted robbery of a clothing company.
Trouble brews when Arthur has an illegal car phone installed and starts crashing the airwaves.
Arthur uses ex-prisoners as cheap labor for his landscape enterprise.
Arthur's get-rich-quick schemes are, as usual, going nowhere fast; he invests in a racing greyhound which he calls Daley's Deal, but it is a non-starter.
Arthur is an independent candidate in the local bye-election, but the seat holds the balance of power for the whole borough; his rivals use dirty tricks against him, landing him in custody.
Arthur and Terry help Dr. Sudbury and his teenage fiancé, Rita, an heiress about to inherit a great deal of money, escape her disapproving family who say the doctor has hypnotized Rita into falling for him so he can claim her money.
Ever on the lookout to make money, Arthur buys 2,000 tickets for an England-Scotland match at Wembley from ex-Liverpool footballer "Benno" Benson, and drives North to Scotland with the long-suffering Terry to sell them.
After a mix-up with a large freezer, Terry decides to leave Arthur's employ and try his hand in the secondhand furniture business.
An old friend of Arthur's comes back to town and she needs help to get money from her husband.
Arthur gets involved with Clive Cosgrove, who has several businesses which are all run by women; it turns out that he is married to all of them.
Arthur attempts to get money from an Indian immigrant but is paid in counterfeit money.
When Arthur is stuck with 1,500 pairs of imported shoes, he and Terry find themselves on a boat being chased by the Customs and Excise.
Arthur's attempt to move into high fashion backfires.
Arthur's hospital stay is disrupted when Terry's friend is framed for a job which Arthur witnessed.
Terry disrupts Arthur's plans when he intercedes in a lovers' quarrel.
Arthur is asked to speak to the local Rotary Club; Terry acts as a hotel house detective.
The record business lures Arthur into its clutches when he gets hold of a valuable one-hit-wonder pop master tape.
Arthur is tricked by a young Australian girl into helping find her boyfriend who has gone missing, with her share of some fraudulent loot.
A scheming builder arranges for a group of heavies to intimidate a car dealer into selling his land.
Arthur begins a racing scam with con artist JJ Mooney; as the money starts to flow, JJ complicates things when he suffers a heart attack.
Terry is chauffeuring one of the capital's gangster kings when his mistress' jewellery is stolen.
Terry has to look after a widowed garage owner.
Arthur persuades Terry to make a boxing ring comeback.
Arthur's business leads him being picked up by the police; Terry has to hunt down some tough Scots.
Terry's happiness at seeing `Oily' Wragg is cut short by the appearance of some unfriendly faces.
Arthur is asked to serve on a jury, so he leaves Terry in charge at the lock-up; Debbie goes into the business of home haircutting.
Arthur arranges his own tournament when he finds a brilliant new darts player in the local pub; ever keen to make a few bucks, Arthur decides to bet on the opposition, as well.
Terry gets involved with an independent bookmaker who has gotten into trouble paying out a huge amount of cash to one of his punters.
Terry's latest job is to guard a young boy who is being threatened by his father's ex-partner who, just out of jail, feels he is being cheated out of his promised fortune.
A friend of Arthur's is released from jail hoping to find his share of the fateful bank robbery; a rival member of the gang has the same idea.
Arthur has to move a consignment of dirty magazines on his niece's wedding day.
Terry is hired to look after the house of a singing superstar.
Terry has to look after Micky while he's on the run from prison.
Terry works at a strip club, Arthur meets an old acquaintance.
Terry injures his hand helping a colleague during a surveillance job.
Terry and Arthur look after a coffin, but it might be full of surprises.
Terry suspects trouble when strangers hire him and Arthur to repossess a bull.
Terry helps out an old friend and is in danger of being run-in by the law, not once, but twice.
Terry minds a disreputable athlete on the run from a bookie and from other undisclosed trouble.
When an old friend of Terry's escapes from prison, he wants Terry to help prove his innocence.
Terry's chauffeuring job turns complicated when the car, full of stolen jewels, is taken.
Arthur is trying to sell Terry's flat.
Thieves jeopardize Arthur's attempt to crack the wine business.
Arthur's old army buddy, Yorkie, fouls up and can't find his trousers.
A woman from Terry's past leaves her son at his door, with a note claiming Terry is the boy's father.
Terry has his work cut out when he agrees to coach an undefeated champion for a comeback fight.
Maurice wants to open a gambling school and enlists Terry and Arthur's help.
Terry fills in at an antique shop when the owner is hospitalized after a beating from thugs demanding protection money.
Terry and Arthur have a day at the beach, even while Terry is supposedly looking after a race horse.
Arthur's good deed toward an old friend spells trouble for Terry.
Terry and Arthur find themselves involved in a restaurant rivalry after rescuing a young man being beaten by thugs.
Terry suspects trouble from a female singer of questionable talent, but infatuated Arthur takes her under his wing.
Terry investigates when thugs vandalize several taxis and brutalize drivers of Candy Cabs.
Arthur and Terry come to the aid of an Indian newsagent who is having problems with his daughter.
Arthur and Terry help a professional gambler barred from area casinos recover stolen winnings.
Terry gets more, and less, than he bargained for, trying to recover a widow's savings from men who conned her.
Terry's three-day chauffeur/bodyguard job for an Arab banker turns out to be less restful than he hoped.
Scotch Harry shows Arthur and Terry a suitcase full of hundred dollar bills he stole from a man at the airport.
Terry's life is complicated by the task of minding Albert Stubbs, an ex-convict just released from prison.
Terry attends an Italian wedding which turns into a hostage situation; Arthur thinks he can make some easy money by selling his story to the media.
Upon leaving jail, Terry gets a job with an ex-army officer who runs survival school for executives along military lines, but he is also buying some equipment from Arthur so that he can rob a security van.
This special Christmas episode presents highlights from earlier episodes, linked by some new material set in the Winchester Club.