'The Revolution Is Back!' says the slogan on Tucker's van in the opening credits of this fourth and final series. Indeed it was. This episode begins well with the lads in prison ( and Wolfie annoying the hell out of them by singing his awful protest songs ), but the later part in the hotel room drags a bit. We see little of Wolfie making his bid for stardom, apart from a brief clip of him being interviewed by Valerie Singleton ( presumably for 'Nationwide', which still would have been running then ). Charlie and Florence appear, the former offering to become Wolfie's manager despite openly despising him in the past. Interesting to see that people were worshipping the cult of 'celebrity' even thirty years ago.
Funniest moment - Wolfie unveiling his new hairstyle, which makes him look less like Karl Marx and more like Harpo ( needless to say, its gone by the time of the next episode ).