The fourth series of the Til Death Us Do Part sequel finds Alf warming to the idea of marriage to Mrs Hollingsbury. First he'll need the approval of her brother, who lives in Australia, so get ready for the views of one angry Englishman Down Under. They might be a loony left council, but they're willing to sell off council houses for tiny proportion of their value. Hence Alf's wooing (is his own unique way) of upstairs neighbour, Mrs Hollingbury - much to the amazement of Mr Johnson and, new lodger and carer, Pele. Along with a distraught Arthur, so nearly a millionaire football pools winner, love's not so young dream take a trip to Australia home of Alf's prospective brother-in-law. There, in addition to the flies, spiders, sharks and crocodiles, Alf discovers a few other slippery characters. As he views the delights of Sydney, Alf takes on everything from colonial history to topless sunbathing; from opera houses to aborigines. While, for the locals, he provides the best possible chance to sample the choice complaints of the original whinging Pom!