The final (I think) comedic vehicle for the late, great Sid James, playing Sid Abbot, the long-suffering father of two (almost) grown-up kids and husband of a rather dozy wife.
Sid's kids were always getting into all sorts of trouble, and he had to try and pick up the pieces but he wasn't averse to some mischief himself.
I remember the film version in which he was making illegal booze in his back garden (Terry Scott was his new neighbour and worked for HM Customs!) and then the hut he was brewing up in blew up. Very seventies and very innocent in its own way. Fondly remembered, even just for Sid James' wonderful laugh.