The prime minister practices his brand of politics -- which leads to lies.
Hacker's plans for higher education involve lower income for Sir Humphrey.
The prime minister may be faced with a hostile reception when he is scheduled to be guest of honor at the British Theatre Awards dinner.
Prime Minister Hacker assigns Humphrey the task of pacifying Agnes Moorhouse, leader of a London council.
A crisis in the business world rocks the government as the Party Conference approaches.
Hacker's political image is enhanced by a state funeral, a Greek gift and a pratfall.
A former prime minister's memoirs embarrass Hacker.
Because of Jim's plan to reduce unemployment in the North, Sir Humphrey may be looking for a new job.
Sir Humphrey may be implicated in an espionage scandal, while the public is preoccupied with a pet dog lost on an army artillery range.
Jim Hacker must choose one of the two candidates for bishop -- neither of whom he likes.
Jim Hacker has his first conflict as prime minister over policy matters with the Foreign Office.
Sir Humphrey tries to convince Jim Hacker that top civil servants need not make monetary sacrifices like everyone else.
A territorial battle ensues when Sir Humphrey relocates the office of Jim Hacker's political adviser.
Jim Hacker steps out in favor of abolishing smoking through excessive taxation.
The mass media coach Jim Hacker on how to present his defense strategy on national television.
Responsible for the launch of nuclear missiles, Jim Hacker comes up with a surprising grand design for defense.