First broadcast: Friday 8th August 2003
Being a peace-loving Ultronian, George knows nothing about sport or the psychology of sport that drives men and women to thrash opponents to within an inch of their lives. So when Piers asks George to join his Sunday League cricket team to make up numbers George hasn't a clue what he's being asked to do.
First broadcast: Friday 22nd August 2003
George has not quite got the hang of managing domestic finances. Never having seen a Credit or Debit card before, he goes on a massive spending spree, mightily impressed with a Welfare State that literally gives him money to do so.
First broadcast: Friday 29th August 2003
George is asked by the Ultron Council to write a progress report on humanity. All seems to be going well (apart from the French George is pleased with what he finds), until his mind-reading powers reveal the true nature of human thought.
First broadcast: Friday 5th September 2003
On a trip to Ultron to request some leave to take Janet and Ollie on holiday, Thermoman picks up a rather nasty space virus, which is fatal to humans. Unfortunately, on his return to Earth, Janet, Stanley, Ella and Mrs Raven catch it off him and Thermoman has to neutralise the virus with a Thermo-Kiss-Of-Life.
First broadcast: Friday 3rd October 2003
When George becomes pregnant with a surrogate baby that he is carrying for a childless couple on Ultron, Janet is confused. What is her role now that George is a mother? And why does she feel like she wants to keep the baby when it is born, when her own Ultronian baby, Ollie, is such a handful?
First broadcast: Friday 10th October 2003
Groundhog Day meets Back To The Future as George and Arnie travel back in time to stop seven-year-old Janet from breaking her arm in a tree-climbing accident. Unfortunately their interference in the space-time continuum has catastrophic consequences in the future/present.