14/16 Roger sells photos of himself to the media, prompting the CIA to set up a Task Force. (R)
4/7 Mike organises Jamie's 18th. Keith goes on a New Age-influenced 'back to work' course. (R)
2/6 Scott encourages Cozzo and Joey to think of assisted suicide as a business. (R)
5/6 Will hard-up Tommy and Sheila's trip to Australia ever get off the ground? From June 2001.
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2/6 When burglars visit the CyberPass bistro, Merv decides to stay up and take action.
5/6 Awesome fireworks are promised, but Colin and Kenneth's party doesn't go to plan.
3/6 The crew of MJN Air have to face a real live king and a mythical fax machine.
4/8 Sarah and her mother Eleanor wage a war of attrition, until Russell steps in.
1/4 A vicar needs help in his belfry, as the Yorkshire builders get in a flap over an old feud
5/6 Clare is in deep water at work, after an unprofessional mishap.
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4/6 When his mum falls ill, Martin has to deal with a sister, a van and a moustache.
9/20 Hairdresser Kylie Wylie takes on a hair-raising professional challenge. (R)
2/6 The by-election favourite Nick Edwards arrives and Bob is determined to derail him.
3/6 Mike and Linda meet dates Andrew and Teri at a unique restaurant, with mixed results.
4/18 Brian and Stewie join the military and are shipped to Iraq. (R)
5/6 Agony aunt Sarah tackles more problems, including the case of a mother in need of quiet. (R)
5/18 When Peter gets hurt and cannot work, his boss tells him that he needs to speed things up. (R)
15/16 Stan is officially declared dead but returns to search for buried treasure under his home. (R)
16/16 Francine visits her parents during the spring break holiday. Roger has plans for a party. (R)
4/7 Mike organises Jamie's 18th. Keith goes on a New Age-influenced 'back to work' course.
2/6 The by-election favourite Nick Edwards arrives and Bob is determined to derail him. (R)
Thursday 31 January 2013