A stormy night in the forties turns Gary's world upside down. The problem is sorting it out, particularly when everyone is seeing double.
Yvonne throws Gary out of their Thameside penthouse apartment, which makes Gary edgy, which in turn makes Phoebe suspicious that there's someone else in his life.
Gary has to think fast when both his wives decide it's time to move to California. Phoebe wants a new life away from the shortages of Britain and Yvonne wants to be near the expansion of her company.
Phoebe gets a part as an extra in a film, but does she have more than a Brief Encounter on her mind? Gary thinks so, and barges in on the set.
When Gary travels back through the time gate to Ducketts Passage he finds himself in the 1880's and is accused of being Jack the Ripper. While escaping the mob, he meets the real Ripper.
When a workman arrives from the far future to mend a hole in the space-time corridor, Gary must decide where his future lies.
A trip to northern France to entertain the troops forces Gary to play the hero following the sudden invasion by the Germans.
Gary and Phoebe have to deal with a protection racket, while Yvonne receives a rude surprise.
Gary must take drastic measures to ensure that a compromising photo from the Forties isn't seen in the present day.
With the war coming to an end, there are surprises in store for Gary, his two wives and Ron.