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Ch. Title Description # Day Date Time Length RPT CC DVS AD MD
10.1 I Talk to the Trees The Goods (Richard Briers & Felicity Kendal) decide to experiment with talking to their plants to see if they'll grow more. Margo (Penelope Keith), meanwhile, plans to run for Music Society president. 118 SU 08/24/14 06:29pm 00:29:42 (RPT) × × MN
10.1 The Wind-Break War Miscommunication deteriorates into a family feud when Margo's (Penelope Keith) windbreak puts the Goods' (Richard Briers & Felicity Kendal) fruits in the shade. 119 SU 08/31/14 06:29pm 00:30:06 (RPT) × × MN
10.1 Whose Fleas Are These? It is embarrassing enough when Tom and Barbara (Richard Briers & Felicity Kendal) find themselves with fleas. How can they stop these unwanted guests from catching on with Jerry and Margo (Paul Eddington & Penelope Keith)? 120 SU 09/21/14 06:29pm 00:30:01 - × × MN
10.1 The Last Posh Truck Life as an urban farmer begins to get Barbara (Felicity Kendal) down, particularly when a passer-by mistakes her for a boy. When Barbara rips her last fancy dress, she reaches her limit. 121 SU 09/28/14 06:29pm 00:29:56 (RPT) × × MN
36.2 I Talk to the Trees The Goods (Richard Briers & Felicity Kendal) decide to experiment with talking to their plants to see if they'll grow more. Margo (Penelope Keith), meanwhile, plans to run for Music Society president. 118 SU 08/24/14 06:30pm 00:29:42 - × × MN
36.2 The Wind-Break War Miscommunication deteriorates into a family feud when Margo's (Penelope Keith) windbreak puts the Goods' (Richard Briers & Felicity Kendal) fruits in the shade. 119 SU 08/31/14 06:29pm 00:30:06 - × × MN
36.2 Whose Fleas Are These? It is embarrassing enough when Tom and Barbara (Richard Briers & Felicity Kendal) find themselves with fleas. How can they stop these unwanted guests from catching on with Jerry and Margo (Paul Eddington & Penelope Keith)? 120 SU 09/21/14 06:29pm 00:30:01 - × × MN
36.2 The Last Posh Truck Life as an urban farmer begins to get Barbara (Felicity Kendal) down, particularly when a passer-by mistakes her for a boy. When Barbara rips her last fancy dress, she reaches her limit. 121 SU 09/28/14 06:29pm 00:29:56 - × × MN