All thirteen episodes from the third series of the TV classic. In 'Dead Men Do Tell Tales' Terry and Arthur find themselves looking after a coffin. 'You Need Hands' sees Arthur needing Terry's help but Terry is 'what you might call horse des combat'. In 'Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore' Arthur gets mixed up in the world of fine art. In 'Looking for Mickey' Terry has to mind 'Mad Mickey' who is on the run and Arthur sees a money-making opportunity. 'Dreamhouse' sees Terry looking after a celebrity's house. In 'Another Bride, Another Groom' sees Arthur having to offload a pile of porno magazines on his niece's wedding day. In 'The Birdman of Wormwood Scrubs' Terry and Arthur find themselves minding Ernie Dodds, who has just finished 14 years at Wormwood Scrubs and has a few scores to settle. In 'The Son Also Rises' Terry has to look after property developer Standen's son. 'Why Pay Tax?' sees Barry the Bookie lose all his money and Terry begins to lose heart. In 'Broken Arrow' Arthur sees a way to make money in a darts tournament. In 'Poetic Justice, Innit?' Arthur is called up for jury service and Terry is left in charge of the lock-up. 'Back in Good Old England' sees Arthur at first pleased when 'Oily' Wragg returns to England but then worried when he realises that there are people out there with old scores to settle. Finally 'In' finds Arthur being picked up by the police and Terry on the trail of a group of Scotsmen.