First broadcast: Wednesday 7th August 1968
The LDV are short of weapons, so Captain Mainwaring marches on the Museum of Historic Army Weapons, recently closed for the duration. There is an obstacle however; the museum's elderly caretaker, who just happens to be Jones's father.
First broadcast: Wednesday 28th August 1968
A free Polish officer tells Mainwaring that an award of £10 will be given to the platoon for every German they find "alive and in good condition". Jones, Walker and Pike soon find a couple of Luftwaffe men, but not before they accidentally shoot a swan!
First broadcast: Wednesday 4th September 1968
A Major from HQ believes that Jones is too old to serve in the Home Guard. However, following Mainwaring's pleas and Jones's clear enthusiasm, he agrees to allow the butcher to stay with the platoon - as long as he can complete an assault course in 15 minutes.
First broadcast: Wednesday 11th September 1968
Mainwaring's delighted when the platoon is chosen to provide a Guard of Honour for the Prime Minister at a local event. However, Major Regan is still on their backs, and sets up a showdown between Walmington-on-Sea and the nearby Eastgate platoon.