Fletch has to help Lennie out after he gets involved in a fight.
Lennie starts working hard to get another O-level before leaving prison.
Fletch helps a man who insists he was wrongly accused of a crime.
Fletcher decides that Harris must be put on trial for stealing from another prisoner.
Fletcher is incensed when a third cellmate arrives, and to add insult to injury, he turns out to be one of his old enemies.
Fletcher plans to add a bit of Christmas spirit to the festive season at Slade Prison with his home-made liquor.
Fletcher lands in hot water when some stolen pills accidentally find their way into his cup of tea.
Godber takes up boxing and enters the prison championships, but other interests plot against him.
A broken ankle provides Fletcher with a pleasant spell in the prison hospital.
The inmates of Slade Prison get a break at the weekend to pursue their hobbies.
The inmates look forward to some quiet time with Mackay away.
Problems are solved in the prison waiting room.
The prison inmates are disturbed to discover there is a thief among them.
Fletcher becomes a father figure and something of a welfare officer.
Fletch has fallen out with the governor, and lost all his credibility as a result.
A day on the Cumberland moors digging drains for the council provokes a lyrical response from Godber.
Fletcher and Godber use their imagination to endure a night in lock-up.
Fletcher's permanent job puts him in the prison pig farm -- permanently.
Old convict Norman Stanley Fletcher (Ronnie Barker) lectures to fellow prison inmates. With Richard Beckinsale, Fulton Mackay and Brian Glover.
Fletcher does not relish the idea of spending the next five years cooped up at HM Slade Prison.