Maggie bullies the apathetic parents of the school bully beating up Phillip.
The neighbors get set to move when they can no longer stand the noise level at the Prentice household.
Rosie introduces Georgia to her niece in the hopes of bolstering Georgia's sagging self-esteem.
The crew mutinies against Andrew when he takes the family on a canal boat holiday.
Maggie and Andrew hope to win a new car at the Golf Club dinner.
Maggie is hurt when Georgia asks Andrew, and not her, to help write a letter to the Environment Society.
The children view their grandparents as embarrassments to them.
Grandmother gets the flu; the children revolt against grandpa.
Maggie rues the family trip to Chessington World of Adventures when she can't keep the kids in line.
A wedding anniversary.
Maggie and Andrew spend their holiday at a cheap camp site with the grandchildren.
Sports day at the school; Maggie becomes very competitive; holiday plans.
The noisy puppy that Maggie gets for her birthday is an unwelcomed gift.
A peek at Georgina's diary reminds Maggie that she and Andrew have completely forgotten their granddaughter's birthday.
Jake refuses to kiss Mary in the school Nativity play.
The children have problems at school.
Maggie looks forward to the children's return to school.
Maggie and Andrew anticipate the grandchildren's return to school.
Maggie and Andrew learn the stresses of grandparenting.
Maggie and Andrew find their lives completely disrupted.
Maggie and Andrew Prentice (Penelope Keith, William Gaunt) become the guardians of their three grandchildren.