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Episode Guide (Series 2)

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1: Just Desserts (24 Oct 75)

There's an outbreak of petty pilfering from the inmates in Slade prison. Fletcher is disgusted - after all, stealing may be a job on the 'outside', but it's despicable when it happens 'inside'.

2: Heartbreak Hotel (31 Oct 75)

Godber gets bad news from his girlfriend. Fletcher tries to provide help and advice, but perhaps daughter Ingrid might provide a more suitable solution to Godber's problems.

3: Disturbing The Peace (7 Nov 75)

When Mr McKay leaves Slade Prison, Fletcher thinks that "happy days are here again". Until, that is, he meets Mr McKay's replacement.

4: Happy Release (14 Nov 75)

Fletcher is having a spell in the prison hospital with a broken ankle. He's sharing a ward with old Blanco, who tells him that another inmate has swindled him out of his belongings in a crooked card game. Fletcher hatches a plan to recover Blanco's belongings and to take revenge on the culprit.

5: The Harder They Fall (21 Nov 75)

Godber takes up boxing and wins a place in the prison championship, so Fletcher sees a chance for a bit of a flutter. Then Harry Grout takes an interest and insists that the fight is 'fixed'. When one of Grout's rivals takes a similar interest in Godber's opponent, it looks as if nobody can win. Fletcher, however, has other ideas.

6: No Peace For The Wicked (28 Nov 75)

It's Saturday afternoon and Fletcher looks forward to a quiet read. Everyone else seems to have other ideas about how Fletcher should be spending his time.

No Way Out (24 Dec 75)

An escape plan is being hatched and Fletcher wants to stay well out of it. Perhaps spending Christmas in the prison hospital might help to keep him out of trouble.

The Desperate Hours (24 Dec 76)

Fletcher and Godber have spent months fermenting "Chateau Slade". They don't get chance to drink it, however, when the "screws" discover it's whereabouts. It begins to look as if Fletcher will be spending Christmas in solitary confinement.