First broadcast: Thursday 14th October 1971
Engagement. Betrothal. Is this really it? Beryl's delighted - at long last - but Geoffrey's not quite sure how he proposed, or whether he wants it. As the sort-of happy couple wrestle over a notice in the local newspaper, Beryl's mum is far more concerned with organising a party.
First broadcast: Thursday 28th October 1971
With the engagement back on, Beryl kicks into overdrive. After all, if they're to be married in a mere 6 months, they'd better start saving and making important choices now. Predictably, Geoffrey's far from enthused by her eagerness - or the thought of sharing his wage.
First broadcast: Thursday 4th November 1971
Geoffrey finds himself coerced into attending an exhibition of the latest developments in home furnishings, architecture and lifestyles. Beryl dreams of making a happy life with her man, but he thinks he's falling out of love with her more every time she mentions houses. And all he ever wanted was a spud gun!
First broadcast: Saturday 25th December 1971
Short insert in the Christmas entertainment compendium Mike And Bernie Winters' All Star Christmas Comedy Carnival.
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Release date: Monday 5th June 2006
This 1970s television series features Geoffrey (Richard Beckinsale), who wants to get involved with the permissive society. Unfortunately for him, his girlfrind, Beryl (Paula Wilcox), is rather against it...
This release features all 13 episodes from Series 1 and 2.