All six episodes from the first season of the classic comedy series in which a father and son run a junkyard business. In the pilot episode, 'The Offer', Harold (Harry H Corbett) returns home from work one day to reveal that he has had a lucrative business offer. In 'The Bird', Albert (Wilfrid Brambell) suspects that Harold is seeing a girl. In 'The Piano', Harold is hired to collect a piano from a large block of flats. 'The Economist' sees Harold planning to buy big after reading 'Economic Planning in a Capitalist Society', resulting in the purchase of 4000 sets of false teeth. In 'The Diploma', Harold quits the rag and bone trade in anticipation of the Channel Tunnel (apparently there will be a glut of foreigners ready to strip England of its junk), and takes a diploma as a TV repair man. Finally, in 'The Holiday', Harold wants to take a break on the Continent - rather than Mrs Clifford's in Bognor Regis.
Harold's bride-to-be has second thoughts; he tries to install central heating; and decides to rent his own bachelor pad.
The Steptoes suffer a sad loss when their horse drops dead in the street; Harold readies himself for a skiing holiday; and Harold attracts a new admirer - a gay antiques dealer.
Albert accidentally smashes some of Harold's prize ornaments; Harold gives ballroom dancing a whirl; and Albert announces he is getting married.
Harold enthusiastically sets about writing an article for the parish magazine; he joins an amateur dramatics society; and he clashes with common-as-muck relatives at a funeral.