2 Series, 14 Episodes
The spirit of the music flows straight through Manny and into the piano
When Bernard is struck by Cupid's arrow Manny is struck by something less pleasant
Bernard and Manny contemplate a door that they can't actually open
The front door is more than secure, but the secruity man's hairstyle is alarming
Mr and Mrs Manny are helping out a bit more than anyone else would like
When he wakes up, Bernard is greeted by the vision of an angel (well, Manny in a sack)
Bernard's talent for the piano is unbelievable - so natural, so effortless
In a bookshop, even the simplest of situations can turn into the plot of a cheap novel
Fran and Bernard agree to lie for each other
It's carrot juice and Yoga from this day forward...
A mysterious ladyfriend is taking up Manny's time, and making Bernard grumpy
Fran has a quick word with Bernard to ensure that he gives Manny a job
The summer heat is making life a bit frightening for Manny
Vegetables may be healthy but they can't stop people squabbling
Once upon a time there was a a witch, a bookworm and an infestation of children
Bernard gets a taste for gambling and violence
Is this dashing traveller a charismatic adventurer? Or is he a smug git?
With Benson as his new landlord Bernard is unlikely to have a problem with mice
Manny and Bernard are finding it harder to get through to each other
Inside every thug there's a schoolboy waiting to get out
Fran has unwelcome family problems and the boys are busy with a new business venture
It doesn't look as though Bernard will be invited back for dinner after this...
No point whining - Bernard and Manny's house-sitting has gone wrong
Fran thinks she's found a suitable date, but Bernard and Manny are not convinced
If you had a problem with dirt, would you employ Kevin Eldon to clean it up?
Fran's back on the booze and it doesn't take long for things to get back to normal
Manny gladly turns down a chance to better himself
The shop has a customer for a change but he's not happy with the prices
Manny is, by now, an expert at dealing with Bernard's rabid intolerance
Admire the ease with which Bernard can switch from hero to villain...
Discount holidays can be less relaxing than a few days at work...
Manny has told his parents a little white lie about Franny
Are Manny and Rowena an item? True to form, Bernard hopes they're not.
It would appear that Bernard's trainee has a lot to learn about selling books
Have Manny and Bernard written a book for children, or for themselves?
Bernard pesters Manny, whose taste in music is - to be fair - pants
A new boss for Manny somehow manages to make Bernard look civilised
Bernard is (nearly) moved by the heartfelt pleas of a schoolboy
Once he tries his hand at cards, Bernard falls quickly into debt
Otherwise known as Manny's parents - and they're on a collision course with the shop
Fuelled by coffee and the 70s, Manny legs it after a villain