Laurie gets Dennis to chase up unpaid commissions. Dennis is forced to put Walter on the firm's books. Albert tells Alf that Frank was only boasting about another shop. Laurie turns up at No.11 with his car and Elsie agrees to go out with him.
Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast - 9,170,000 homes (2nd place). This was the programme's highest rating to date and the highest-rated episode of the year. Apart from programmes broadcast on both television channels (e.g. political broadcasts), it was also the second-most watched television programme in the UK in 1963, beaten only by that year's Royal Variety Performance.