Are You Being Served? Season 7
S07 E01Oct 18, 1979
The Junior Oct 18, 1979 Mr. Goldberg is hired as a junior after having recently run his own small tailoring business. To Captain Peacock's chagrin, the staff learn that Mr. Goldberg had served under the Captain but recalls those army days differently.
S07 E02Oct 25, 1979
Strong Stuff, This Insurance Oct 25, 1979 The staff must take physicals to get insurance. Listening through the door of Mr. Grace's office, they hear Mr. Harman describing the state of the furniture, which they misunderstand as being the results of their physicals.
S07 E03Nov 2, 1979
The Apartment Nov 2, 1979 By permission of Mr. Grace, Mrs. Slocombe moves into a display apartment in Grace Brothers, because her new home is occupied by squatters. Due to a transport strike, Mr. Humphries seeks to join her in her new accommodations.
S07 E04Nov 9, 1979
Mrs. Slocombe, Senior Person Nov 9, 1979 Mrs. Slocombe temporarily takes the place of Mr. Rumbold, who has taken ill . She eats the cream cakes she finds in his office. But she then gets a call from the hospital warning that the ice cream is what made him ill.
S07 E05Nov 16, 1979
The Hero Nov 16, 1979 Captain Peacock is challenged to a boxing match by a member of another department. He backs out, and Mr. ""Hugger"" Humphries is "" elected"" to take his place in a wrestling match. He loses that match, but Mrs. Slocombe enters the ring and defeats the challenger.
S07 E06Nov 23, 1979
Anything You Can Do Nov 23, 1979 The standard of the canteen food of Grace Brothers is rapidly going from bad to worse. After confronting the catering workers with their complaints, the staff are told to get on with the food preparation on their own.
S07 E07Nov 30, 1979
The Agent Nov 30, 1979 Mr. Goldberg runs an agency to get the staff better jobs. After Captain Peacock and Mr. Rumbold become aware of this, Mr. Humphries and Mrs. Slocombe are given raises, and decide to stay with the store.
S07 E08Dec 26, 1979
The Punch and Judy Affair Dec 26, 1979 When the staff of the Ladies' and Gents' departments don't participate in a strike, relations between them and the rest of the store's employees become understandibly bitter. In order to improve the mood, the staff presents a life-size Punch and Judy show for the other employees' children.