Tam and Frances enjoy fame and fortune with their new addition, but Jack and Victor feel the strain.
Jack and Victor discover Pete the Jakey was the inventor of the famous Beefy Bake.
Navid's business is suffering at the hands of corporate giant Hyperdales.
Boabby the barman and Stevie the bookie vie for the attention of the new pizza girl.
Craiglang is plunged into darkness when the sub station goes on the blink.
Jack and Victor get a taste of the high life when they are mistaken for two socialites.
Craiglang is in the grip of a hot spell and Jack and Victor have found the perfect park bench.
Winston has had enough of Craiglang and decides he wants to live beside the seaside, and Jack and Victor become wedding chauffeurs for the day and get to meet a Ken Dodd look-a-like.
Jack and Victor are presented as tough-guys when the Clansman is featured on 'Nlightey's Hardest Boozers', Navid undergoes a mid-life crisis.
It's Victor's 75th birthday and Jack wants to celebrate it in style. He organizes a trip of a lifetime: a voyage down the local river in an inflatable dinghy.
When Jack and Victor volunteer to redecorate Isa's living room the alterations go a lot further than planned, and Bobby's video collection contains a guilty secret.
Tam finally does the decent thing and gets married.
Victor fakes an illness in order to get his son to come visit him; a psychic gives Isa some grim news.
A reclusive Archie is forced to face the modern world when the council plans to demolish his house; Jack and Victor take Archie under their wing and decide to introduce him to the 21st century.
Desperate times in Craiglang call for desperate measures, so Jack and Victor call in an old friend to clean up the town.
Tam wins disabled Joe's disability scooter from him in a card game; Jack and Victor set out to win it back for him.
It's back to school for Jack and Victor, but it remains to be seen if their new found knowledge is enough to help them win the pub quiz.
Victor wins a dog in a pub competition; Jack feels blue after watching a video of his family in Canada.
Pete the Jakey may be working for the Secret Service; Jack and Victor have a licence to snoop; Navid tries to catch a fox.
Jack and Victor decide to celebrate 60 years of friendship with a slap-up meal, but a ghost from the past threatens to ruin their appetites.
When Navid's brother dies Jack and Victor are left minding the shop; when the old boys begin to build their own fast food empire, they fall foul of Vince and his snack van.
Jack and Victor decide they can't take it with them, so they decide to spend their funeral fund on life's little luxuries; golfers Tam and Winston get involved in a foursome with a gang of neds.
The oldest cruisers in town, Jack and Victor, have got a new set of wheels; the open road turns into a highway to hell for Victor when his friend forces him to do all the driving.
A new wonder drug seems to hold the promise of eternal youth for Jack and Victor.
Jack and Victor are worried that old Bert has gone downhill since his wife died; Winston has acquired a limp and home help.
The local park has gone downhill and Winston has a plan that will improve it.
When Jack and Victor aren't invited to the wedding of the year, they decide to do something about it; Winston has his own plan to get an invite.
Jack and Victor, jealous of Old Tam's success at winning prizes by entering catchphrase competitions, decide to come up with a catchy new slogan for scones.
Jack asks the woman in the charity shop out on a date.
Jack and Victor enlist their friend Shug and his acute sense of hearing as they try to discover what Victor's son is saying on the answering machine.
It's the middle of a harsh winter and the guys are frozen beyond belief; the desperation to find heat tempts them to break the law.
Obnoxious neighbors are making Jack's life hell, but luckily for Jack, a man's death has freed up a space where his best friend lives.