Aired Saturday 28th July 1979, 8pm
With guest stars Liza Goddard and Michael Robbins.
|Opening stand-up routine|
|Sketch in a police station, with guest Michael Robbins|
|Sketch with guest Liza Goddard|
|Final song – Chanson D’Amour|
Sat 4th August 1979, 8pm
With guest stars Maureen Lipman and Sydney Tafler.
|Opening stand-up routine – Bobby recites the alphabet|
|Sketch with guest Sydney Tafler. Tommy wants to go solo as Bobby isn’t funny any more.|
|Tommy’s best gags|
|Sketch with Maureen Lipman as an Agony Aunt giving relationship advice.|
|Final song – Blue Moon|
Sat 26th October 1979, 8:30pm.
With guest star Ernest Clark
This episode was shown nearly three months after the previous one due to a strike by ITV technicians.
|Opening stand-up routine – Bobby shows his Origami skills|
|Sketch in a bar, where they try to impress two posh ladies.|
|Tommy tries to sort out Bobbys dress sense|
|Sketch with Ernest Clark of “Doctor in the House”. Tommy is in hospital, Bobby pretends to be a doctor to visit him.|
|Final song – Only You|
Sat 2nd November 1979, 8:30pm
With guest star June Whitfield
|Opening routine – Bobby talks to his buttonnhole|
|Follow up to the previous episodes’ sketch in a bar, with the same ladies.|
|Bobby has apparently swallowed a musical instrument|
|Sketch with June Whitfield as a hotel manager, where Tommy and Bobby are trying to settle their bill.|
|Final song – Sh-Boom (Life Could Be A Dream)|
Sat 9th November 1979, 8:30pm
With guest star Hugh Paddick
|Opening routine – Bobby and his new library book|
|A visit to the dentist|
|Bobby was brought up as a Jack Russell|
Sketch with Hugh Paddick, where Tommy and Bobby are telephone installation engineers.
|Final song – Zing went the Strings of my Heart,|
Sat 16th November 1979, 8:30pm.
With guest stars Bernard Kay and Irene Handl.
|Opening routine – Bobby’s bottle has gone|
Bernard Kay is an estate agent, showing the round a damp and cold flat.
This sketch was released on the Comedy Classics of the 1970s DVD
|Irene Handl is the neighbour who pops round for a visit.|
|Final song – Laugh me a Laugh|