Britain's oldest delinquents are back to wreak havoc in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales in the world's longest running sitcom. For intoxicating Vintage 2003, Billy recruits a band of archers in case France invades England. Clegg's plans for a quiet birthday celebration go raucously awry. Truly prepares to meet his ex-wife's new husband, with the help of his new financial advisor. And a drunk girlfriend upsets preparations for global warming. You'll chuckle and smile through all ten episodes, plus the 2003 Christmas Special, A Short Blast of Fred Astaire.
1. THE LAIR OF THE CAT CREATURE
Truly, Clegg and Billy come to the aid of a failed birdman in the first of a new series.
2. ANCIENT EASTERN WISDOM AN INTRODUCTION
Clegg and Truly meet Entwistle, a fount of Oriental wisdom.
3. A PICKUP OF THE LATER MING DYNASTY
Marina goes to buy a hairnet but returns with a piece of life-saving equipment.
4. THE SECRET BIRTHDAY OF NORMAN CLEGG
Clegg tries to avoid a fuss on his birthday by lunching at a nice quiet hotel.
5. IN WHICH GAVIN HINCHCLIFFE LOSES THE GULF STREAM
The trio encounters an old school pal renowned for his eccentricity.
6. THE MIRACULOUS CURING OF OLD GOFF HELLIWELL
Clegg, Truly and Billy need to put a spark back in the life of an old chum.
7. THE FRENCHIES ARE COMING
As Barry seeks an alternative to golf, Billy creates a ready-made archery training course.
8. THE MAN WHO INVENTED YORKSHIRE FUNNY STUFF
Truly, Clegg and Billy track down a man famous for his green fingers.
9. THE SECOND HUSBAND AND THE SHOWGIRLS
Truly learns that his former wifes new husband is coming to town.
10. ALL OF A FLORRIE
Truly finds out what its like when a flirtation from the past turns up with amorous intentions.
2003 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
A seasonal edition of Britain's longest-running television sitcom. The trio of ageing delinquents are back terrorising fellow residents and creating more mischief in their home town of Holmfirth. The festive season comes with its fair share of frivolity for the troublesome Yorkshiremen, but will hypnosis calm the nerves of those taking part in the Christmas concert?