Wilfred moves in with lonely Miss Parfitt.
Angie's career takes her away from home.
A new highway causes havoc for Little Birchmarch citizens.
Ida helps Miss Parfitt and the medical salesman meet.
Ida convinces Angie that a young woman is after her husband.
Robert confiscates Ida's handbag full of medicines.
Ida's brother escapes from the halfway house to live in the church cottage.
Wilfred accompanies Ida to a dance on her birthday.
The family tries to scare Mrs. Price away from moving to Little Birchmarch.
A charity plans to open a house for unmarried mothers.
Mrs. Price plans to visit without Wilfred.
Ida becomes restless with village life.
Robert, Angie and Ida have car trouble on the way to Yorkshire village.
Wilfred recommends his friends to move Robert's possessions.
Injured Mrs. Price stays with Ida, Angie and Robert.
Angie and Ida find a note from Polly in Robert's hospital coat.
The residents decide to let the caretaker go.
Mrs. Price returns from her vacation with a new lifestyle.
Robert mixes up an invitation for his mother from his boss.
Angie falls for the idea of having children.
An advertisement worries Ida.
Robert refuses to attend Wilfred's daughter's wedding.
Ida bails Robert out of jail for public drunkenness.
A con-man posing as a television repairman robs Ida's family.
Ida's domestic agency keeps assigning her new work.
Ida appears in court for shoplifting charges.
Ida romances a man while vacationing with Robert.
Insomniac Ida enters a contest to see who can stay awake the longest.
Robert must coax Ida into the dentist's chair.
Ida, Robert and Angie diet and exercise.
Robert gives Angie driving lessons.
Ida baby-sits with a child who has chicken pox.
Ida wishes to celebrate Robert's biological birthday.
Dr. Price learns his two mothers are not compatible.
A doctor reunites with his biological mother.