Last of the Summer Wine Season 19
Last of the Summer Wine Season 19
First Air Date: January 04, 1998
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The trio in this series consisted of:
19x10 Support Your Local Skydiver (March 08, 1998)
Nora Batty gets a postcard from a Gladwin in the Canary Islands. Compo's jealous, and tries to find something to win her heart back. First he tries to sing, but receives a wet response. Then he finds an airman uniform in Auntie Wainwright's shop, and tries his luck at skydiving, with disastrous results. Howard enlists Truly's help in yet another scheme to fool Pearl about his outdoor activities. He asks him to tell Pearl he's his security advisor. Wesley has a new invention, and he asks Barry to be the one to test it.
19x09 From Audrey Nash To The Widow Dilhooley (March 01, 1998)
An old sweetheart of Truly is back in town, after many years living abroad. He spends the day preparing for their reunion, but he certainly takes more than he expected when he sees former Audrey Nash, now known as "the Widow Dilhooley".
19x08 Nowhere Particular (February 22, 1998)
Howard buys a new van, as part of his new scheme to be left in peace with Marina. He even buys some furniture to put on the back of the van, to make it "a little more comfortable". Unfortunately the engine is not up to the test of those hills, and they end up coming down faster than they went up. Truly and Clegg spend the day dealing with a problem regarding Clegg's taxes.
19x07 Perfection - Thy Name Is Ridley (February 15, 1998)
When the local ladies start to gain some interest for a man named Walter Ridley, it's up for the trio to try and find out why he's so highly regarded by all the local women.
19x06 The Only Diesel Saxophone In Captivity (February 08, 1998)
Barry buys a new saxophone from Auntie Wainwright. Glenda doesn't let him play indoors, so he has to find a spot outside to practice. The problem starts when Barry discovers in what type of case the saxophone comes in. Compo and an old local man start a competition to see which one of them is in better shape. The challenges include finding out who can climb a tree faster (problem is climbing down again), and who can go downhill faster, using Wesley's new invention.
19x05 The Suit That Attracts Blondes (February 01, 1998)
Glenda gives one of Barry's old suits to the jumble sale, because she thinks it attracts blondes. Compo ends up buying the suit, with money from Truly and Clegg, and he DOES end up being chased by a blonde. Compo gives Nora Batty her last chance. When she turns him down, he starts searching for other women he dated when he was young, hoping to find the right one to marry him.
19x04 Oh Howard, We Should Get One Of Those (January 25, 1998)
Wesley's new creation, a bed on wheels, causes great success. Particularly with Compo, who wants to be the first one to try it, providing he can find the right partner. This time he DOES end up in bed with Nora... for a while anyway.
19x03 Truly And The Hole Truth (January 18, 1998)
Compo wants to buy a present for Nora but has no money. Auntie Wainwright search Compo's house for something of value to swap for the gift. Truly misses his life as a police officer, and regrets not being recognized for something heroic during his police force service. He and Clegg wonder through town in search of an accident waiting to happen, so he can prevent it, and be regarded a local hero - he even calls the local paper. However it's not HIS face who ends up on the front page.
19x02 Tarzan Of The Towpath (January 11, 1998)
The trio ends up rolling down a hill, instead of walking down it, as they did when they were children, but their age proves to speak louder than their will for adventure. Barry's is asked by Howard to deliver a message to Marina. Not wanting to take this responsibility Barry asks Eli to deliver it. He gets the women mixed up, and Howard ends up meeting a "big" woman. Nora Batty's asked to walk on Compo's spine, as a way to mend his ailing back.
19x01 Beware The Oglethorpe (January 04, 1998)
Clegg, Compo and Truly bump into an old school mate, who now has a miserable and peaceful life. Compo's afraid to become like him, so he tries to think of ways to improve the trio's daily routine. The trio ends up rolling down a hill, as they did when they were children, but their age proves to speak louder than their will for adventure.