When Gabrielle plans a W.A.A.F. reunion at the Colonel's house, George's memories of womanising during the war end up being relived a little too closely for comfort!
Colonel Maynard solves the mystery of his staffs' disappearance when he takes his seat as a Magistrate and finds them hauled up before him in court.
George's attempts at making his own TV set are not very successful so an opportunity to buy a new one for £10 in a sale means a fight to be first in the queue.
The major snag to arranging a holiday when you can't afford one is to find the necessary cash. But for the ingenious, there is always a way.
Gabrielle and George nearly cause a strike on the railways when, complaining about train alterations, they are mistaken for two snoopers from the Ministry of Transport.
Gabrielle decides to trace her family name back through the ages and ends up contacting the French Embassy when it's suggested that her surname may be derived from "de Ragon".
A business deal has unexpected hazards for Gabrielle and George when two car advertisements give them an easy way to make £30 profit.