Jean disagrees with how information is being issued to the press.
Jean tries to help people with health complaints.
Jean opposes salary increases, but Richard opposes raising Social Security benefits.
Joan questions what is and isn't manly and womanly behavior; Richard becomes the object of desire.
Members of a young family turn to Jean for help when they are prevented from living in their car by traffic wardens.
Jean decides to withhold a portion of her income tax that the government would use on nuclear weapons.
Rumors abound that a high official is stepping down. Penelope Keith stars.
Jean (Penelope Keith) has to fight for two constituents facing deportation.
Jean works to free a habitual criminal who's falsely imprisoned.
Jean buys cocaine to draw attention to drugs in her constituency.
Constituents who voted for Jean call to collect what they think they are owed.
Jean and Godfrey disagree over the definition of offensive material.
Jean isn't sure how to make use of a copy of radical new health proposals.
Jean (Penelope Keith) is invited to sit on her first Parliamentary committee.
It is possible that nuclear waste is being shipped through Jean's constituency.
Jean (Penelope Keith) tries to get a bill through Parliament.
Jean fails to follow precedents during her first speech to the Commons.
A female Member of Parliament plans to reform the House of Commons.