"The Cold" - Hancock is on his sixth cold of the winter but not even Mrs Cravatte's less-than-orthodox remedies can help.
"The Missing Page" - Hancock is gripped by a pulp detective story. But the last page - where Johnny Oxford points the accusing finger - is missing.
"The Emigrant" - Hancock decides he's had enough of England and decides to emigrate. But are any of the colonies prepared to have him?
"The Reunion Party" - 'Kippers' Hancock has arranged a reunion booze-up for his old army pals. They were a wild and crazy bunch... 15 years ago.
"Sid in Love" - Sid's off his food. Even a chip sandwich can't help him forget his hopeless love for the girl on the 93 bus.
"The Babysitters" - Hancock and Sid are employed as baby-sitters in a very plush modern house with all the gadgets - hidden TV, remote-controlled curtains, electronic baby alarm...
"The Ladies Man" - "You've had a dance, a fish supper and a ride home. What more do you want?" Hancock books into the Mayfair Charm School for Lonely Men.
"The Photographer" - "Never use the word 'snap' to a professional photographer! You wouldn't ask Vaughn Williams if he'd knocked out a few tunes lately, would you? Symphonies, mate, and that's what this is - a symphony in emulsion."
"The East Cheam Centenary" - When the local council decides to stage a pageant to celebrate 100 years of East Cheam, Sid sees the chance to make a quick buck.
"The Poison Pen Letters" - Hancock revolts against a flood of hate mail, but discovers that they are all being posted from the post box right outside his front door.
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