4 Nov. 1990Episode #1.1
Highlights include not only: Peter Cook and Dudley Moore performing the theme tune on a grand piano while being lowered into the Thames, Cilla Black performing 'Let it be love' and Pete & Dud at the Reptile house, but also: Fight of the Century ('Gentleman' Jim Cook vs Dudley 'The Dagingham Dodger' Moon) and Roger learns about the opposite number.
11 Nov. 1990Episode #1.2
Peter Cook and Dudley Moore meet up as cavemen at the Uffington white horse; An examination of one of Bo Dudley's jazz numbers; Superthunderstingcar and Pete and Dud contemplating heaven.
18 Nov. 1990Episode #1.3
Dudley serenading Peter with the theme tune on violin; Leaping orders of St. Bells; Incidents in the life of my Uncle Arty and Pete & Dud at the art gallery.
25 Nov. 1990Episode #1.4
Highlights include not only: a cyclist asks directions on an aircraft carrier, Goldie & the Gingerbreads perform 'Can't you hear my heartbeat' and the Studio Manager sketch, but also a musical interlude by the Dudley Moore Trio and Pete & Dud discussing foreign actresses.
2 Dec. 1990Episode #1.5
Highlights include not only: Pete and Dud opening the show on London Bridge, Dudley singing 'Old Man River' in the shower whilst removing body paint and 'The Making of a Movie', but also: the Dudley Moore Trio performing 'My Blue Heaven', Marcel the Cobble Goblin and his wife Melanie and the Tale of Alan A'Dale.
9 Dec. 1990Episode #1.6
Highlights include not only: Dudley Moore performing the opening theme in a car wash, an interview with Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling, and poetry by John Lennon ('Deaf Ted, Danoota, and me'), but also: a musical interlude by the Dudley Moore Trio, a French report on London's north circular route way and 'This is Ludwig van Beethoven'.