All seven episodes from the second series of the classic BBC television comedy about the father and son who run a junkyard and scrap metal business. In 'The Bath', Harold (Harry H. Corbett) is sick of not having a proper bathroom and decides to build his own. In 'Wallah-Wallah Catsmeat', the Steptoe's horse Hercules looks to be on his last legs. In 'The Stepmother', Albert (Wilfrid Brambell) decides to get married to a widow, and Harold does everything he can to stop it. In 'Sixty-Five Today', Harold takes Albert out to celebrate his birthday, but they can't stop themselves from arguing. In 'A Musical Evening', Albert gets in the way of Harold spending the evening listening to his classical records. In 'Full House', Harold doesn't realise that he is being cheated on at a poker game, until Albert tries to help. Finally, in 'Is That Your Horse Outside?', Harold falls in love with a rich women, not realising that she isn't interested in a real relationship.