Billy Ingleton has obtained a garish van containing a small fairground organ that does not work well, but the women want to use it for the Huttersfield Fair, in twenty-four hours. Tom Simmonite plans to do his ventriloquist act for the Fair with Marina assisting, which upsets Howard.
Record seeking, Alvin Smedley para-sails into the villagers lives. Truly, Norman and Billy tell Avlin a fantastic tale of a fearsome "cat creature" that stalks the woodland. Tom intends to fix Smiler up with a widow. Glenda panics as she has invited her mother to tea.
The episode that introduces Entwhistle, a cross-cultural character. It looks like the bill collector has finally caught up with Tom, but its Truly & Clegg to the rescue. Elsewhere, Howard finds himself inspired by a book to change his life - and falling into Billy's world! Evie is reminded of a fond childhood memory.
It's Clegg's birthday but he only wishes to have a simple lunch with his good friend Truly - no parties no fuss. So Truly & Clegg don their best suits for their lunch, and end up with an extra guest. Everyone else goes to a wedding but end up at the same restaurant as Clegg. Will here able to keep his secret?
Norman has been roped into performing a humorous monologue for the Christmas Concert. Pearl plans to force Howard to mime a recording of Nelson Eddy. Glenda plans to force Barry to perform as a magician. Billy wants to give an archery demonstration. Alvin is practicing as a one-man-band. Entwistle hypnotizes Smiler into knowing how to dance.