The fifth series of the "Til Death Us Do Part" sequel finds Alf Garnett in full flow. Pensions, poll tax, power costs and the price of a pint are all on his list as life in the 1990s begins to bite. With Mrs Hollingbery taking a part time job down the road, Alf's even missing out on his hot dinners. So he's been forced to get a job - filling in for a window cleaner and walking people's dogs. And after having to deal with jury service, the possibility of revenge from the criminal fraternity and the ever present animosity of Fred Johnson, it's little surprise that Alf turns revolutionary when confronted with a jobsworth bus driver. Finally, Alf and Mrs Hollingbery are planning to tie the knot. The promise of regular meals and a clean house are enough to get Alf up the aisle, but will Mrs Hollingbery be quite so keen when she realises just how tight-fisted the old git can be?