The Money. After receiving a letter from the government, Maggie thinks they think she's dead, but in fact, they are investigating why she hasn't cashed in her pension cheques. Arthur wonders as well, and discovers she has been hiding the cheques...and other sums of money, around the house.
The Illness. Maggie thinks she's dying and finally wonders what to do about her will. After discovering Robert wants to sell the family home, she anxiously wishes to change her will...
The Boyfriend. It's Maggie's birthday and the entire family gets together to celebrate. Maggie sees the family gathering the perfect chance to bring home a new boyfriend, and tells Arthur she'd like to marry again.
The Babysitter. After spending several Saturday nights at home, with Maggie, Arthur questions why he doesn't have a girlfriend. So he makes a date with Deidre, prompting Maggie to discover she hates to be left alone at night.
The Tickets. Arthur tries his best to get out of the house, and away from Maggie, for a holiday with a new girlfriend. but a series of misunderstandings leads his ex-wife to believe he wants to take her on the holiday.
The Oysters. Arthur discovers Maggie has been arriving home on the back of a garbage truck, and making a nuisance of herself at a local hospital. this forces Arthur to tell Maggie not to go out during the day anymore, but to no avail.
After sending Maggie out for some milk 3 hours ago, Arthur discovers Maggie has been faking a broken wrist to get meals on wheels for free.
The Nursing Home. Arthur begins to finally consider putting Maggie in a rest home after his wife leaves him.