The Meldrums sell off family heirlooms; Lady Lavender gives Ivy her jewels; Teddy breaks up with Madge.
Ralph curses George; James has an accident; Poppy decides to marry Jerry.
Alf tells of an affair between George and Agatha; Ralph sets out to kill George.
Ralph holds a ball; Madge forgives Teddy; Poppy lends Ivy a dress.
George punishes Teddy; Lady Lavender's parrot dies; James' birthday.
Alf schemes to help Teddy get out of marriage.
Lord Meldrum treats the servants to a picnic in the country.
James visits Sir Ralph; Poppy threatens Lady Agatha.
Zany events surround a swank British estate during the Roaring '20s. With Donald Hewlett, Paul Shane and Bill Pertwee.
PC Wilson cheers up Mrs Lipton with a bunch of flowers, Lady Lavender invites the staff to her parrots' wedding, and Lord George feels he should take on the workers' point of view.
James and Ivy go to the Sunshine Bakery; Poppy brings her new beau home.
Alf continues to supply cakes to the Sunshine Pantry; Myrtle poses as Mrs. Stokes in hopes of fooling Mrs. Lipton.
Sir Ralph spies on Lady Agatha; Alf offers to supply the Sunshine Pantry with cakes.
The King and Queen of Dalmatia are coming to dinner, but Mrs. Lipton will not be doing the catering.
James' father arrives at the Manor, but he is in trouble with the police and is trying flee the country with help from his son's co-workers.
Alf tells Sir Ralph that Lord Meldrum was wounded in the Artillery; James agrees to take Ivy to the pictures.
Alf's hidden stash of money is in trouble when the vase he hid it in is donated to the bishop's auction for distressed gentlewomen.
Lady Lavender throws her money into the street where Alf finds some of it.
The Prime Minister is coming for dinner; Alf is consumed with thoughts of Lady Lavender; Teddy's behavior at the factory causes a mass walk out.
Lord Meldrum gives Teddy an ultimatum; Alf discovers Lady Lavender's hidden stash of money.
Alf is being blackmailed; Cissy and Poppy have an evening of progressive poetry in the Dining Room; Alf and Ivy's relationship is revealed.
Everyone wonders whether Ivy has told Sir Ralph she saw his wife in bed with Lord Meldrum; Alf Stokes wheels and deals.
Lady Lavender gives business shares to Stokes; Poppy feasts with Twelvetrees; Lady Agatha visits Lord Meldrum.
Lady Lavender instructs her solicitor to give her shares of Jack Rubber Company to Ivy; James is tortured by thoughts of Miss Poppy.
Alf and Ivy settle into their new jobs; Sir Ralph suspects his wife of having an affair; Lord Meldrum's car is vandalized.