One Foot In The Grave: Season 3
The third series saw Victor Meldrew and the regular victims of his chaotic retirement settled as an essential part of the nation's viewing. Around 16 million viewers would regularly witness the Meldrew principle in full flow: whatever can go wrong always does and usually it spells disaster for Victor.
"There's a black we can't stand any longer... always on the bleedin' moan. Every time we mend his bloody Honda... he's back grousing on the phone. Victor Muldrew... Victor Muldrew... he can stick it up his bum... up his bum! He can bugger off till Kingdom come!"
They hold a not quite well, don't they? For car mechanics..."
Monday Morning Will Be Fine
Victor is reduced to sitting in a garden chair, staring at his new doors that don't fit properly. Perhaps a trip to the pub will lift his spirits...
Victor's getting dressed to impress at the village fete, but Margaret is having sinister nightmares - about murdering an old, balding man...
The Broken Reflection
Alfred, Victor's accident prone brother, has come to visit from New Zealand. And to make matters worse someone has just thrown their rubbish onto his garden.
The Beast In The Cage
When Bank Holiday traffic comes to a standstill on the motorway, who gets trapped in the car staring at a horse's back end for four hours?
Beware The Trickster On The Roof
Mr. Swainey returns from holiday with a present for Victor - an unlucky charm. Victor is not convinced until the roof starts leaking and a cow turns up in his garden...
The Worst Horror Of All
Victor's had a shed fall on him, been rushed to Casualty and caught fleas but retains his good humor - he's got a new job!