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Albert & Jane Miller were an ordinary middle-class couple who became bored with their lives and decided to pretend to be the butler and cook for the very wealthy head of Dutton Industries, Charles Dutton, and his family. Only Dutton's teenage son Nick was aware of Albert & Jane's true identities, and often helped to get them out of whatever trouble their secret got them into. Dutton's busybody sister Grace was constantly trying to undermine the Millers' authority and have them fired.
|S01E01||Pilot-One of Our Rolls is Missing||18/09/1971||Albert and Jane work for a millionaire|
|S01E02||Jane's Double Life||25/09/1971||Jane comes between a playboy and her employer's son at a masquerade ball.|
|S01E03||The Chess Game||02/10/1971||Albert is challenged to a game of chess by a former rival.|
|S01E04||The Wrecked Butler||09/10/1971||Albert breaks his leg playing tennis.|
|S01E05||The Vacation||16/10/1971||The Millers plot to get the Duttons to take them on a vacation.|
|S01E06||The Commodore Cometh||23/10/1971||Dutton's uncle (David Wayne in a dual role) visits.|
|S01E07||The Burglar Alarm||30/10/1971||Albert tries to outsmart a burglar that is stealing from all over the neighborhood.|
|S01E08||Dutton's Retirement||06/11/1971||Dutton retires|
|S01E09||Speedometer Strain||13/11/1971||The Millers will win a Hawaiian trip if they teach Grace how to drive.|
|S01E10||Mansion For Sale||27/11/1971||The mansion goes up for sale after Danny seeks his independence.|
|S01E11||A Tremendous Sense of Loyalty||04/12/1971||A playboy (Bob Cummings) threatens to expose the servants as frauds.|
|S01E12||Butterfield Ate||11/12/1971||Albert babysits a pet lion and hides it from the Duttons.|
|S01E13||Albert Gets Rich||18/12/1971||Albert quits his butler job after he wins $250,000.|
|S01E14||The Gardeners||25/12/1971||The Millers cut down on expenses.|
|S01E15||Dial M for Merger||08/01/1972||The Miller babysit an eight-year-old spoiled brat.|