The musical guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, the Pattersons and Clodagh Rodgers. Eric has heard that there is too much sex in the show. Ernie written a play called Trouble at Mill'. Ernie has a date with Princess Anne.
Eric wears a wig on the opening segment, which causes much discussion. Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen perform a musical item 'Midnight in Moscow. Frank Thornton plays the waiter when Eric and Ernie visit a restaurant to meet Diane Cilento, who has agreed to appear in his play. The Pattersons perform 'Both Sides, Now'. Vince Hill sings 'Don't Speak of Love'. Diane Cilento stars as a shy talented girl in Ernie's play 'The Barretts of Wimpole Street'. Diane expects Rock Hudson to appear but Deryck Guyler appears instead. He does a little washboard musical number.
Musical guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, The Pattersons and Nina (van Pallandt). Eric plays a practical joke on Ernie so that he leaves home for his Aunt Ethel. Ian Carmichael stars in Ernie's play 'Frankenstein's Monster'.
The musical guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, The Pattersons, and Nana Mouskouri & The Athenians. Ernie is in his scout uniform, they have trouble with the electric blanket and Richard Greene stars in Ernie's play 'The Lost Valley'.
The musical guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, Trio Athénée and Jan Daley. Ernie believes he is to be on This is Your Life. Eric practises his ventriloquism. Eric Porter stars in Ernie's play 'Wuthering Heights'.
Music guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, Samantha Jones and Kenneth McKellar. The opening shows Eric ready for a fox hunt. We then meet his parents when Eric and Ernie visit them. Eric thinks that Ernie has got a woman pregnant.
The musical guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, Sylvia McNeill and Ray Stevens. Ernie is injured that means he is late for the opening. Fenella Fielding is the guest who stars as Lady Bedworthy in Ernie's tribute to Noel Coward.
Musical guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, Bruce & Peter Davis and Dusty Springfield. Eric is having trouble getting a person to work with him. Barbara Murray stars in Ernie's play "There's No Business Like Big Business".
The musical guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, Eric Porter, Nina van Pallandt, and Edward Woodward. Eric and Ernie exchange gifts, Peter Cushing wants his money. William Franklyn stars in Ernie's new play 'The Three Musketeers'.
The musical guest is Nina (van Pallandt). Eric uses the opportunity to practise his French and they accompany Nina as she sings. Ernie tries to sell Eric a pair of binoculars and Eric takes up ventriloquism.