Last of the Summer Wine is an affectionate comedy about people in the autumn of their years. The series is the world's longest-running sitcom, having clocked up 31 series and numerous Christmas specials during its run.
Ivy lets Foggy fix her toaster, and it goes to his flippin' head. Now he thinks he can restore the tatty sunken boat he's found at the bottom of the lake. He actually accomplishes even this, so Compo decides he must get Nora Batty into the boat alone with him. But surely Nora knows better-- she'll have to be tricked.Watch Now:Amazon
After seeing Nora Batty dressed in a ""sexy"" outfit, Compo's heart doesn't live up to the excitement. He dies a happy man! His friends show him their respects, and 200 pairs of white overalls provide an ideal goodbye to Compo...
When word goes around town that Old Heptonstall is looking for volunteers, Hobbo and his army of volunteers, namely Alvin and Entwistle, go and visit him without a second thought.
Clegg and Truly reminisce fondly about their old friend Compo, who suffered at the hands of Nora Batty - and them.Watch Now:Amazon
After a heated encounter with two motorists, Foggy decides there must be money to be made providing parking spaces.Watch Now:Amazon
Howard is missing home, and Hobbo concocts various schemes to have Pearl take Howard back. Meanwhile, Barry is missing his hearty meals and Toby and Morton lament being divorced.Watch Now:Amazon
In this final episode of the long-running comedy, everyone is getting ready for a wedding - prompting Howard and Pearl to look back at their relationship. Meanwhile, Alvin flirts with Stella, Toby tries to smarten himself up in a bid to win back Monica, and Clegg worries that he's forgotten something important.
After witnessing Lance trying to convince his wife that Elvis does truly indeed still live, Alvin and Entwistle conceive a plan to make The King appear.
No sooner than Seymour's spotting a kite does the trio end up building and attempting to fly their own gigantic version.
Howard decides it's time to take Pearl out for a dinner to the "Fox and Duck" - so Pearl invites Nelly to come with, and Truly invites Marina to go with, now if only Howard knew about it.
Howard attempts to contact other nature lovers but finds out there are better ways than the mobile phone to do so.
Barry is tired of being outperformed in fitness by his physically fit neighbour, so his friends decide to help him out.
Howard disguises himself like a racer to escape Pearl's watchful eye but discovers disguises have effects he didn't bargain for when Aunty Wainwright mistakes him for Tom.
Howard becomes jealous when Marina and Miss Davenport become enamored with Jeremy, a man who claims to be an international jewel thief. When Tom discovers a safe in Aunty Wainwright's store which she can't remember the combination to, Howard puts Jeremy to the test by enlisting him to crack the safe.
Trying to camouflage himself, Foggy upsets a group of cyclists. Compo also upsets someone-over the state of his trousersWatch Now:Amazon
Clegg could be the answer to a lonely widow's prayer! meanwhile, who is kissing who?
Our trio helps Captain Zero when his vehicle breaks down but don't reckon on him getting drunk.Watch Now:Amazon
Foggy grows dafter and is lately only interested in standing in a pit at a construction site because it reminds him of a foxhole in the war. Compo and Clegg get roped into his plans to recreate a battle scene. Are they headed for triumph, or is Triumph headed for them?Watch Now:Amazon
Foggy thinks the trio should be more in contact with the wilderness, so he thinks of the ideal plan, counting with Auntie Wainright's bycicle bonanza, a map, and a basket of sandwichesWatch Now:Amazon
Marina leaves Howard for good this time. he suspects that she has been seeing another man, and asks for the help of the trio to get her back. Foggy feels that what Howard needs is a bit of ""the glamour of the uniform"". Auntie Wainright's new established costume department might be just the perfect place to find itWatch Now:Amazon
Truly tries to fix Clegg's Vacum Cleaner. Compo and Howard get into a fight with a big man. Barry gets in trouble, because he's ""caught"" by Marina, as she kisses him, and leaves traces of her lipstick on his mouth. In order to explain this to Glenda he enlists the help of the trio, and they start spreading the rumour that the kisses are for ""charity purposes"". Auntie Wainright sells a motorbike to two policemen.
Whilst out walking, Clegg and Truly meet a Chinese handyman full of wisdom for a price - Entwistle from Hull. Also, Tom gets visited by the repo-man.