All thirteen episodes from Seasons 1 and 2 of the perennially popular British sitcom set in a holiday camp in the late 50s/early 60s. Episodes are: 'Hey Diddle Diddle', 'Desire in the Mickey Mouse Grotto', 'The Beauty Queen Affair', 'The Partridge Season', 'The Day of Reckoning', 'Charity Begins at Home', 'No Dogs Allowed', 'If Wet - in the Ballroom', 'Peggy's Big Chance', 'Lift Up Your Minds', 'On With the Motley', 'A Night Not to Remember' and 'Sausages or Limelight'.
Seasons 3 and 4 of the perennially popular British sitcom set in a holiday camp in the late 50s/early 60s. In 'Nice People with Nice Manners', Yvonne and Barry hold a party in their chalet for the staff they consider to be 'socially acceptable'. But when Peggy mixes up the invitations, they get a few unexpected guests. In 'Carnival Time', Joe enlists Ted's help in organising a float for the town carnival. 'A Matter of Conscience' sees the staff at Maplin's attempting to thwart the local council's plans to build a new hospital right next to the camp by making as much noise as they can. In 'The Pay-Off', the council is still determined to go ahead with its plans to build the hospital, so Joe resorts to bribing the local councillors. In 'Trouble and Strife', Ted's ex-wife is demanding that he pay up his maintenance arrears. Ted has to act quickly - and cunningly - to raise the cash in time. 'Stripes' sees Joe promoting Gladys to Head Yellowcoat after a secret visit to the camp. In 'Co-Respondent's Course', Jeffrey's wife sends her new boyfriend to ask Jeffrey for a divorce. When Jeffrey is reluctant to give grounds, her boyfriend decides to try to unearth some evidence himself. 'It's a Blue World' sees Ted arranging a special late-night showing of an adult film for the male campers. In 'Eruptions', Ted retaliates after having his act rudely interrupted by a volcano in the ballroom. In 'The Society Entertainer', Spike is a changed man after falling head over heels for one of the female campers - much to the detriment of his act. Meanwhile, Jeffrey has decided that Radio Maplin would benefit from having a new voice on the airwaves. In 'Sing You Sinners', Jeffrey finds himself standing in for the local chaplain to conduct the Sunday Half Hour - with unnerving results. 'Maplin Intercontinental' sees the troupe competing for a very special prize in this year's Best Yellowcoat Competition: a transer to the new Maplin's Holiday Camp in the Bahamas. In 'All Change', Joe appoints a new supervisor for the Yellowcoats, but is less than delighted when he discovers that she insists on having a chalet all to herself at the peak of the season when the camp is filled to capacity.