The funeral for Terry's uncle brings some truths home to Bob.
Terry brawls with a local tough and ends up in court.
Depressed Bob is annoyed at Terry's mess; Terry talks to Thelma.
With Thelma at her mother's, Terry moves in with Bob.
Terry's advice lands Bob in more hot water after the quarrel with Thelma.
Bob and Terry take a weekend fishing trip, but Thelma's dad turns up with a woman.
Terry loses his unemployment benefits and takes a job as a porter.
Bob lets Terry use the house for romance while he and Thelma are away.
Bob and Terry have a bicycle race as they did as boys.
Bob takes Thelma to dinner and drinks too much wine.
Bob is under pressure, but Terry loafs.
Bob returns from honeymoon and takes Terry for a drink.
Thelma and Bob depart for a skiing holiday.
Bob and Thelma's big day finally dawns.
Sleepless and tranquilized Bob turns down stag night frolicking.
Wedding preparations are in full swing.
Bob tells Terry someone else will be best man at the wedding.
Moving his boyhood possessions proves difficult for Bob.
Bob wants to help Terry widen his circle of acquaintances.
Bob and Terry don't want to know the score to a football match.
Bob plans a surprise birthday party for Terry's birthday.
Terry tries to track down old flames.
Terry is devastated by the changes made since since he joined the army.
Bob begins to doubt the wisdom of marrying Thelma.
Thelma is annoyed about Terry's return, fearing it means trouble.
Two old chums meet by chance on a train.