Bob and Thelma fly off to Norway for a ski-ing honeymoon. Things are going well until Bob reveals that he left a key to their house with Terry.
Meanwhile, back at home, Terry can't find the key so he tries to ring Bob but can't get hold of him. The key turns up in a goldfish bowl, so Terry tries to ring Bob again. He still can't get through, so he leaves a message telling Bob not to worry.
Terry persuades Susan to go back to Bob and Thelma's house. While they're there, Bob rings up because he was worried when he got the message telling him not to worry.
Thelma has locked herself in the bathroom and won't speak to Bob. Terry explains about the key and says that he's at the house with Susan and everything is fine. Thelma comes out of the bathroom but storms off again when Bob tells her that Terry is at their house with Susan.
Anita Carey (Susan Chambers), Bill Owen (George Chambers), Terry Scully (Chauffeur), Constantin De Goguel (Hotel Porter)
Bob takes Thelma out for a meal and drinks too much wine. Driving home, he gets stopped by the police and is breathalysed. He's taken to the police station and finds himself locked up with Terry, who's been arrested for fighting after a football match.
Bob's very worried about losing his driving licence.
When the police doctor arrives to take a blood test, Terry pretends to be Bob and gives blood instead.
Next day, Bob discovers that Terry had been drinking heavily before he was arrested.
Robert Gillespie (1st Police Sergeant), James Mellor (Police Constable), Leonard Maguire (Doctor McKae), Michael Beint (2nd Police Sergeant), Norman Mitchell (Barman), Gertan Klauber (Waiter), Phil McCall (Glaswegian), Doorman (Brian Vaughan)
Terry's in the doghouse after his mother comes home unexpectedly and catches him in a compromising position with a girlfriend. He decides that he needs somewhere more 'private' to carry on with his love life.
Bob and Thelma are off for a ski-ing weekend in Scotland. Terry talks Bob into letting him stay at their house while they're away. He promises to do all of the 'odd jobs' which Bob hasn't been able to get round to. Bob agrees, on condition that Thelma doesn't get to hear about the arrangement.
All goes according to plan until Thelma's mother comes round unexpectedly and catches Terry and his girlfriend 'in the act'. Thelma gets a phone call from her mother, who tells her about Terry's activities.
Next day, Terry is busy fitting a new light fitting when Sandra, a young woman from over the road, rings the doorbell. She asks Terry to help her to free a stuck bathtap. Terry goes over to help and is almost seduced.
Unfortunately, he's left the tap running and the water from the bath comes through the ceiling.
While Terry is 'busy', Bob and Thelma arrive home and Bob takes their cases upstairs. Terry has taken the floorboards up in the bedroom to wire up the new light fitting. Bob puts his foot through the ceiling and damages his leg. Downstairs, the new light fitting falls on Thelma's head, causing concussion.
Terry arrives back just as Bob and Thelma are returning from the hospital. They go into the house and Terry tries to apologise for the 'accidents' that he's caused. Then the doorbell rings and Bob goes to answer the door. It's Sandra's husband. He punches Bob in the face, thinking that he's the one who ruined his ceiling and nearly 'seduced' his wife.
Olive Milbourne (Mrs Collier), Helen Cotterill (Sandra Upton), Anthony Haygarth (Les The Milkman)
Bob is once again limping around with his leg in plaster. He's also got a black eye after being punched by Sandra's husband.
Bob takes Terry to task about the fact that he still doesn't have a job and is always borrowing money. Later that day, Terry is told that his unemployment benefit is going to be stopped. Faced with the prospect of having no income at all, Terry takes a job as a hospital porter.
Bob turns up at the hospital and Terry is given the job of taking him up to the X-Ray Department. Not wanting Bob to know that he's taken a porter's job, Terry wears a mask. He causes total mayhem and Bob ends up in a hospital bed with his leg in a sling.
Elizabeth Lax (Wendy), Claire Nielson (Miss Dixon), Pamela Duncan (Sister Kennedy), Alan Hockey (Vic), Louis Mahoney (Frank), Hilda Barry (Old Lady), James Garbutt (Workman)
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