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Terry's nephew, Alan Roger Martin , arrives to stay for a few days as he is doing business in the area. He soon takes a large delivery of gorgonzola , much to Terry and June's annoyance. Alan gives them a cash and carry card, borrowed from his boss Humphries Belvedere. When Terry goes to collect the food June has bought, he is arrested by the Police who believe he is Humphries Belvedere. Thinking they are arresting him for using the cash and carry card under false pretences, Terry pretends he is Belvedere, until it turns out Belvedere is wanted for a series of robberies.
June then arrives, not realising Terry's predicament and also says Terry is Belvedere. However, Terry soon realises and, with Alan's help, the Police do not charge Terry and June and let them go. Belvedere is later arrested and Alan is let off as he did not know about Belvedere's thefts. He and June practice at home and a week later attend a disco dancing class run by Steve the dance instructor, Tony Anholt , with Terry nearly backing out until he sees the attractive dancer Linda Bottomley Susie Silvey. Though Terry's style is "more Edmundo Ros than John Travolta ", he and June enter the dance class and Terry enjoys himself — until he catches sight of himself in a mirror.
Sir Dennis then says that his nephew will be demoted back to the mailing department the next morning. June is working temporarily as a market researcher while Mrs. Bates is sick, and arguments soon begin with Terry about the domestic chores. Without realising it, they end up at the same restaurant and June overhears Terry make some disparaging comments about her. When Terry gets home, he explains and June understands. After his doctor tells him to take up a hobby, Terry starts to paint, although June, and neighbour Arthur Potts, are critical of his paintings — much to Terry's annoyance — "I bet Whistler didn't have people looking over his shoulder saying — I don't like the look of your mother.
Terry is encouraging, — but soon regrets this, as she plays awfully. Terry does not have the courage to tell June she plays awfully. June later decides to give up her cello lessons, having realised she cannot play, and a delighted Terry puts the cello up for sale. Malcolm buys Beattie a mink coat and asks Terry to look after it for him. June finds it hidden under the bed and mistakenly thinks Terry has bought it for her. Terry discovers that his old neighbour Frank Wilson has moved to Saudi Arabia and let his house fully furnished including a lawnmower that Terry had lent him.
However, their new neighbours Tarquin Allan Cuthbertson and Melinda Joan Benham Spry refuse to return the lawnmower as it was included in the property inventory that he signed. When Terry and his nephew Alan attempt to reclaim the lawnmower, Alan forgets to bring the torch so has to light a match to see what they're doing. The shed has many fireworks which Tarquin and Melinda plan to use for their Mexican themed house-warming party.
Alan burns his fingers and drops the match setting off the fireworks. The next day, having received notice that the lawnmower was not meant to be included on the inventory, Tarquin returns the lawnmower to Terry.
Unfortunately, it has been badly burnt in the shed fire caused by the fireworks the previous evening. Terry and June visit Malcolm who is in hospital after a suspected heart attack and they get roped into helping the hospital radio station. They plan to perform a play written by one of the nursing staff; Terry plans to host a discussion on the state of the hospital food which causes the catering staff to strike , while June plans to host a cookery spot. Unfortunately, things don't go to plan during the live performance when Terry and Malcolm drop their scripts on the floor leading to utter confusion.
Terry is keeping June awake learning French for a job interview in his firm's new Brussels department which chairman Sir Dennis Hodge Reginald Marsh is launching to combat the Japanese dominance in European fire extinguisher sales. After midnight their nephew Alan arrives expecting them to store a collection of rabbit costumes and giant carrots, which are part of his latest business deal, in their spare bedroom.
Surprisingly, Terry's interview goes well and Sir Dennis invites himself to dinner to assess the hospitality skills of the Medfords. So when Alan arrives with four Japanese businessmen to see the rabbit costumes moments before Sir Dennis arrives Terry and June are in for a hectic evening. June wants Terry to help in the garden but Terry refuses as it is Sunday. Their attractive new neighbour Cynthia Hunter Jo Rowbottom arrives wanting help to move paving slabs and Terry is only too willing to lend a hand. Later, June goes round to remind Terry that they have guests about to arrive and finds him in a compromising position with Cynthia.
When Malcolm and Beattie arrive they are also in the middle of a row. June tries to reason with Malcolm while Terry tries to calm Beattie which leads to her leaving Malcolm. Days later Malcolm demands that Terry arrange a date with Cynthia which leads June to find Terry in another compromising position. On returning home, Terry attempts to get Malcolm to explain the situation to June, but discovers that Malcolm and Beattie are reconciled which prevents Malcolm from exonerating Terry. June eventually believes Terry and all ends well. The Medfords are having a weekend away at the pub which Terry's nephew Alan manages.
When they arrive Alan informs them that the area managers are coming to inspect the pub and asks them to help as he is short-staffed. He leaves them in charge while he goes to collect the barmaid whose moped has broken down. The area managers arrive unknown to the Medfords and observe a catalogue of disasters including Terry's wet socks in the hot food container and a severe shortage of drinking vessels.
When Alan returns the area manager tells him how incompetent they have been and orders him to sack Terry and June giving them one week's wages in lieu of notice, which Terry readily accepts.
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Terry's superior, Malcolm, who is due to go to a company seminar in Eastbourne starting on Monday, is struck down by flu, so company chairman Sir Dennis insists that Terry must go instead. Terry is delighted, viewing it as a free five-day holiday, but on the Friday night before the event he begins to develop the symptoms of flu. June advises him to call Sir Dennis and get someone else to take his place, but Terry is sure he can shake it off before they leave as he believes he has a much better constitution than Malcolm.
After two days of being waited on in bed Terry is feeling much better, but by Sunday morning June has developed the same symptoms. Terry believes that if he looks after everything she will be sufficiently recovered to accompany him to Eastbourne the next day. They do make it to Eastbourne, albeit with Terry in a wheelchair having broken his leg by falling down the stairs while he was looking after June.clublavoute.ca/bulab-len-conocer.php
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After challenging June to a game he realises that he's awful and decides to sell it. Unaware that Terry has put an ad in the paper, June sells it to the dustman. Eventually, the man that Terry bought the table from asks to buy it back as he misses it. Terry refuses but soon changes his mind when he discovers that the newspaper has mistakenly put his phone number next to the description of a full-sized snooker table.
Terry's neighbours bring their film reels round of their recent holiday. Wishing they could go on holiday, Terry and June decide to take up camping as a less expensive option. They decide to test it out in the garden one night but are bitten by insects, interrupted by neighbours and Terry is annoyed when he finds June watching TV back in the house.
Terry locks the house and throws the key on the lawn in the dark. He breaks in a window to get candles and the police arrest him for burglary. When he gets back home, June is in the house in bed and Terry joins her. Things start badly when the only parking space is on the top floor of the car park; then the lift is out of order, so they have to carry their luggage down several flights of stairs. Once in their hotel room Terry receives a phone call from Sir Dennis telling him that he's late for the first meeting.
In his haste Terry pours June's perfume on his hair instead of hair tonic. Once he arrives at the meeting, Terry is informed that he's making the opening speech as Malcolm can't attend the conference. Sir Dennis says he will take June to the dinner-dance giving Terry time to learn the speech. June doesn't get back till after one in the morning and Terry is still awake. They receive several interruptions during the night and not realizing that it's nearly time to get up Terry decides to take a couple of sleeping pills.
At nine o'clock Terry is still so drowsy that June goes on to make the speech, which pleases Sir Dennis who has just started a new family initiative to get the wives of company employees involved in the business.
The Medfords receive a visit from their Vicar, who asks them if they can donate some antiques for the church auction. He also wants their help to persuade their neighbour and former auctioneer Tarquin Spry to help. Terry tells the vicar that Tarquin is much too busy and volunteers to be the auctioneer. Tarquin later finds out what Terry said and asks him to step aside. Terry refuses so Tarquin reminds him that he has no experience of acting as an auctioneer and will make a mess of it. At the auction things go wrong and Tarquin is in attendance looking smug, so Terry tries to irritate him by rejecting his set of restored china dogs.
During the ensuing argument Terry turns his back and Tarquin places one of the dogs on the lectern. Unaware Terry turns round and bangs his hammer on the lectern to restore order and in the process destroys the china dog. The Medfords wake in the night to hear burglars downstairs.
Terry kits himself out with a cricket bat and goes to tackle them but they run off when they hear him. June is worried and says they should get a burglar alarm. Terry agrees until he discovers how much they cost. He says all they need is a recording of a dog barking, but finds this much more difficult to achieve than he imagined.