Starring: Harry H. Corbett, Wilfrid Brambell.
Upstairs, Downstairs, Upstairs, Downstairs - Albert's upstairs flat on his back. Soothed by Harold's filial care and attention, not to mention the TV, liqueur chocolates, grapes and unlimited beer, his slipped disc is healing very slowly. Mean while Harold is out on the round - until he notices the mysterious disappearance of all the pink liquorice allsorts from downstairs...
The Bath - What a way to live! Harold's invited a ''bird'' for cocktails and his Dad's eating pickles in the bath in the middle of the room. Something of a social stigma to say the least...!
Porn Yesterday - When Harold picks up an old ''What the Butler Saw'' machine on his round, the sordid contents threaten to turn the tables on his frequent cry of ''You dirty old man''. Unfortunately, the vicar thinks it's just the thing for his forthcoming fete...
Sance In A Wet Rag And Bone Yard (with Patricia Routledge) - There's spirits all around and half a bottle of it is in Albert. Surely he hasn't really been talking to Ghandi?
And So To Bed - Harold's success with women hits rock bottom when the willing Marcia finds insects in his bed. Humiliated, he takes drastic actiona and buys a water bed from the Bayswater Bederama. Then Marcia is enticed back..
Albert's upstairs flat on his back. Soothed by Harold's filial care and attention
rag and bone men, Albert Steptoe, Harold Steptoe, classic comedy
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