After Henry (TV Series 1988–1992)
|1||A Quiet Christmas (26 Dec. 1988) |
Sarah plans a traditional Christmas but finds that Russell isn't interested at all. And Eleanor has her own slightly outdated take on "traditional!"
|2||Intellectual Aspirations (10 Jan. 1989) |
Clare gets into an intellectual challenge with her new boyfriend whom she believes to be terribly brainy. Eleanor decides that it's a contest that she can't be left out of.
|3||Open Secrets (17 Jan. 1989) |
When Sarah is invited out for lunch by a man, she has to make contingency plans to prevent her mother's "Geriatric Mafia" finding out about it.
|4||Memory Games (24 Jan. 1989) |
It's quiz night and Clare and Eleanor are on opposing teams while Sarah seems to be having problems with the accuracy of her memory.
|5||The Cold (31 Jan. 1989) |
Sarah feels terrible but, in her family, she's last on the list of casualties allowed to be treated if other people feel ill as well.
|6||Wedding Bells (7 Feb. 1989) |
Eleanor wants to have a family wedding because she has heard that Vera Polling is having one and that, of course, puts the pressure on Sarah and Clare.
|7||Lines of Communication (28 Feb. 1989) |
Sarah and Eleanor have fallen out and there seems little chance of a reconciliation. Clare decides to use one of her old school games to alleviate the problem.
|8||Gossip (7 Mar. 1989) |
Sarah is accused of scandal-mongering after inadvertently starting a rumour about the pension counter's sister.
|9||Out on a Limb (14 Mar. 1989) |
With Eleanor off to the Bridge Club dinner and dance with Vera Polling, Sarah decides to invite Dr. Sam Greenland over for a quiet dinner but things do not go according to plan.
|10||Upstagers (21 Mar. 1989) |
Sarah, Eleanor and Clare are enlisted by the local amateur dramatic society when it suddenly loses its leading players.
|11||Idle Speculation (28 Mar. 1989) |
It's a fight to the finish when Sarah, who wants the hall redecorated in time for her birthday party and Eleanor, who wants a new dress for the occasion, battle it out when there is only enough money for one or the other.
|12||Efficiency (4 Apr. 1989) |
Eleanor is left in charge of the bookshop when Russell and Sarah go off for a special lunch. She initiates an efficiency drive, which goes badly wrong.
|13||Going Away (11 Apr. 1989) |
Sarah makes plans to escape to Portugal for two weeks with her glamorous friend, Alison. However, Eleanor brings all her emotional blackmailing skills to the fore to scupper the plans.