Simon decides to sleep on the streets.
Simon and Oliver both feel the pinch in a recession.
Simon's Aunt Eleanor announces her engagement.
Simon seeks the meaning of life.
The men celebrate 10 years of neighborly rivalry.
The men plan a trip to Spain.
A joyride lands the men in trouble with the law.
Aunt Eleanor gives Simon's bed to an acquaintance.
Simon and Oliver take a weekend in the country.
Simon's football numbers bring him grief.
Simon has a secret pen pal with marriage plans.
Oliver and Simon vie as political candidates.
Oliver and Simon think peace and goodwill to men during the holidays would be a miracle.
Simon and Oliver visit Paris.
Oliver does not reciprocate Simon's kindness.
Simon and Oliver may be having affairs.
Simon decides he's fading away too quickly.
Simon defends his aunt's honor.
Simon tries to ruin a rugby outing.
Simon and Oliver try to outdo each other.
Simon and Oliver don't want their offspring to move.
Oliver attributes Simon's health concerns to hypochondria.
David has some bad news as the christening approaches.
Simon and Oliver vie over their infant grandson.
Simon and Oliver have a grandson in common.
Intoxicated Simon and Oliver fly to visit their grandson.
Simon envies Oliver's success at hybridizing flowers.
Someone must be found to replace departed Banks.
Simon and Oliver offer advice as the wedding approaches.
Simon and Oliver place a wager on which of them is a better salesman.
Simon considers suing Oliver over a business deal.
Simon fears his ex-wife has returned to stay.
Simon and Oliver re-create an ancient battle.
Criminals hold Oliver and Simon at gunpoint.
Oliver's prospective mother-in-law forbids marriage.
Ringo invites Simon and Oliver for a quiet dinner.
Oliver offers to nurse ailing, grouchy Simon.
Simon and Oliver play in an old-timers' cricket match.
An estate agent threatens to ruin the neighborhood.
Oliver accepts Simon's challenge to take up judo.
Simon tells Oliver the strange secret of his birth.
Simon and Oliver disagree over a weekend pastime.
Simon and Oliver both fall for a pretty assistant.
Simon and Oliver's decision to buy cheap airline tickets results in one more flight than they bargained for.
Simon and Oliver vie for Caroline's hand.
Simon rekindles romance with a childhood flame.
Caroline asks Simon and Oliver to entertain at a luncheon.
Simon traces his genealogy while Oliver seeks a new customer.
Prospective tenants overrun Simon's empty house.
A local radio station interviews Oliver and Simon.
David and Lyn put Simon and Oliver on a health plan.
David and Lyn announce they will not have children.
Local gentry visits both Oliver's and Simon's shops.
Simon and Oliver's partnership is threatened when it stands in the way of progress.
New partners Simon and Oliver get involved in a shady scheme.
Forever-feuding Simon and Oliver consider going back into partnership.
Big brother Simon turns overly protective when Oliver shows an interest in Susan.
The duo become blood brothers after Oliver saves Simon's life.
David and Lyn seek advice from the wrong parties after their first married quarrel.
It's Oliver's birthday, and once again, he and Simon are fighting over a woman.
Lyn and David return from their honeymoon to find that Simon and Oliver are fighting again.
Simon and Oliver's attempt at a friendly dinner party goes awry when they decide to play cards.
David and Lyn swear that they will always tell each other the truth.
A robbery at Oliver's antique shop amuses Simon until he learns he's in even worse trouble.
Simon and Oliver discover a passion for opera when an opportunity arises to spend a weekend with Veronica.
Simon and Oliver pursue a new female acquaintance.
Rival antique dealers and single fathers Simon Peel and Oliver Smallbridge are drawn together by a family problem.