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On the Buses creators Ronald Chesney and Ronald Wolfe chart the hilarious misadventures of two couples living side by side under strained circumstances. Dad’s Army star James Beck, Jo Rowbottom, Queenie Watts and Arthur Mullard take the lead roles in this comedy of bad manners and one-upmanship amidst the mud, pennilessness and outrageous fashion sense of a run-down 1970s caravan site. Bert Jones is skint, recently married and reduced to living with his new wife in a pokey caravan until their circumstances improve. Unfortunately his general laziness and workshy philosophy ensure that day will be a long time coming, earning him grief from Betty on an ongoing basis. Things go from bad to worse when her houseproud mother decides to pay a visit.
|S01E01||The More We Are Together||08/06/1973||Betty's mother visits the caravan she is now sharing with her workshy husband, Bert|
|S01E02||The Ring||15/06/1973||It's taken Betty several years of hard courting to get a wedding ring; it's taken her just 7 weeks of marriage to lose it. But the ring must be somewhere in the caravan...|
|S01E03||Run Rabbit Run||22/06/1973||Bert confidently predicts that broiler rabbits will solve all his financial problems and bring the maximum of profit with the minimum of effort. Betty doesn't share his enthusiasm - but the arrival of a boxful of baby bunnies melts her resistance...|
|S01E04||A Rough Night||29/06/1973||Betty's belief that she deserves better than a caravan home is underlined when Bert and Wally quarrel about a dustbin. With mice and ants as her unlikely allies, and after a night spent sleeping in the car, Betty looks set to win the battle - but who will win the war?|
|S01E05||The Competition||06/07/1973||Bert enters a competition to find the country's Ideal Newlyweds - and Betty nearly realises her life-long ambition of spending a proper honeymoon in the sun.|
|S01E06||An Addition To The Family||13/07/1973||Bert and Betty Jones return home late to find that a stranger has broken into their caravan. They understandably take strongarm action, but the bearded intruder resists all attempts at eviction.|
|S01E07||Look After The Pennies||20/07/1973||Betty decides that if she and Bert are ever to save enough money to buy a house, she must become the breadwinner. Unfortunately Bert is as incompetent as a house-wife as he is at everything else.|
|S02E01||One And One Makes Three||14/09/1973||Betty's announcement that she's pregnant proves too much for Bert---until Betty's mother arrives and offers to pay the bills|
|S02E02||The Shower||21/09/1973||Bert ends up in hot water in more ways than one when he decides to build Betty her own personal shower|
|S02E03||Just The Job||28/09/1973||Betty and Lily issue an ultimatum to Bert and Wally: find jobs or don't bother to come home|
|S02E04||For Better Or Worse||05/10/1973||Trouble in the trailer park. Betty goes home to Mother. Lily kicks Wally out, Wally moves in with Bert---all because of Mavis Bailey, a girl who works at the local pub.|
|S02E05||Not So Sweet Charity||12/10/1973||Bert is furious when he learns that Wally is collecting welfare and decides to get on the dole too|
|S02E06||Pack Up Your Troubles||19/10/1973||Bert's way of life is threatened: Betty wants to pack up and move to Australia|
|S04E03||The Learner Driver||20/06/1975|
|S04E04||A Good Layer||27/06/1975|
|S04E05||The Washing||04/07/1975||Tempers fray over the use of the communal clothesline.|
|S04E06||The Night Out||11/07/1975|