"The Economist": Harold decides that buying in bulk is the way ahead for Steptoe & Son, but a job lot of certain items proves very hard to shift.
"Steptoe and Son and Son": As a consequence of a drunken party some months before, Harold learns he is to become a father. But should he be so eager to accept responsibility?
"Men of Property": Albert discovers that Monopoly and life are not quite the same thing when he tries to acquire some property.
"Loathe Story": Albert intends to join the same tennis club as Harold, something that Steptoe cannot sanction. Soon he is sleepwalking with murderous intent.
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These are timeless classics, an absolute scream. There is very little to touch them the chemistry between Corbett & Brambell is stunning.
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