Mainwaring and Wilson are in the bank when an unexpected guest drops in.
The men add an armoured car to their fighting strength.
The bravery of the gentle and well-mannered Private Godfrey is called into question.
Mainwaring's motley crew is put in charge of a vital telephone line.
Corporal Jones falls in love and decides to marry.
The platoon decide to Morris dance at a festival.
A big exercise is jeopardised when the platoon find a steam engine blocking the road.
While Captain Mainwaring is in hospital, Sergeant Wilson lets the vicar join the platoon.
The van transporting the platoon breaks down outside what looks like a deserted house.
Captain Mainwaring and his platoon are instructed to guard a captive U-boat crew.
Pike loses his way in a minefield during night manoeuvres.
Captain Mainwaring sets up an observation post in the lighthouse.
Captain Mainwaring and the platoon spend the weekend at a training camp.
Wilson moves to Eastgate to be manager of their bank and joins their Home Guard.
Melvyn visits the site of the first Home Guard training school in Osterley.