Wolfie Smith is an unemployed dreamer from Tooting London, a self proclaimed Urban Guerilla who aspires to be like his hero Che Guevara. Leading a small group called the Tooting Popular Front with aspirations to create a communist Britain. Although through being thoroughly disorganised his chances range from slim to none.
The Tooting Popular Front hire a private detective to prove that Speed is innocent of the crime that he has been accused of commiting.
Trying to save the town that he loves gets Wolfie in a lot of trouble.
Speed is being released from prison. Wolfie sees Speed's girlfriend going to a Hospital at the Clinic for having babies! Wolfie tells Shirley and Ken about what he seen, and they start talking about this, but Charile and Florence overhears them and thinks Shirley is pregnant. They tell Speed later on and it's all been a misunderstanding, but Speed is not too happy with Wolfie.
Desiree (Speed's Girlfriend) has been doing some dancing at Wolfie and Ken's local. Ken begins to fall in love with Desiree, but doesn't know that Speed has warned Wolfie to keep a eye on her when he's in prison. Wolfie decides to be on the safe side and invite Shirley and himself on a weekend with Ken and Desiree when Ken says they are made for each other.Watch Now:Amazon
It's Christmas time and Wolfie, Ken and Tucker are struggling for money to buy presents, so Ken suggests that he tries praying to God. It seems to work and they have a lot of luck with stamps, well at least they think they do!Watch Now:Amazon
When Ken paints on some slabbing stones in the town, Charlie ends up falling and breaking his ankle. Wolfie doesn't think that Ken's painting is any good, but soon changes his mind when a antique dealer wants to buy Ken's picture for a good price which could solve all their money problems.....for a while anyway.
When Wolfie is protesting at the Job Centre, he gets a job, but he can't say no or his benefits will be stopped. But, when he actually goes to work he is shocked to see that Charlie is his new boss!
Once again we meet the Tooting Popular Front and its leader, Wolfie Smith in this straight forward remake of the Pilot. (but with Peter Vaughan as Dad instead of Artro Morris.) Wolfie tries to explain to Shirley that a man in his position doesn't get engaged.
Shirley is fed up with Wolfie, so they split up. Shirley has found herself a new posh boyfriend. Wolfie has the local baker, but tells Shirley that she is flying out of the country each day because she has such an important job! Later on, they meet in the same place with their new partners. Wolfie calls Shirley's boyfriend a ponce, and then tells Shirley he has children. He walks out and then Shirley and Wolfie get back together and the 'local baker' is sent away by Wolfie. So everything is back to happiness in the end.