List of The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin Episodes - The Legacy of Reginald Perrin: 1996

The Legacy of Reginald Perrin: 1996

No. Title Original airdate Code
22 "Episode One" 22 September 1996 (1996-09-22) 101
Reggie has died, killed by a billboard advertising the life insurance co. with which he was insured. He has left £1m to each of his friends and family – on one condition.
23 "Episode Two" 29 September 1996 (1996-09-29) 102
To net a share of Reggie's fortune, all benefactors must prove to have done something absurd. Individual attempts fail, so they decide to work collectively.
24 "Episode Three" 6 October 1996 (1996-10-06) 103
The team form BROSCOR – the Bloodless Revolution of Senior Citizens and the Occupationally Rejected, with the aim of marching on London.
25 "Episode Four" 13 October 1996 (1996-10-13) 104
Both Doc and C.J. have affections for the solicitor and executor of Reggie's will, while the project has bought divorced Tom and Linda back together.
26 "Episode Five" 20 October 1996 (1996-10-20) 105
The team concentrates on recruiting their army for the demonstrations, but C.J. has had enough and decides to talk to the press.
27 "Episode Six" 27 October 1996 (1996-10-27) 106
Tom and Linda remarry, and Joan marries her boyfriend Hank. David Harris-Jones gets drunk at the reception and tells a BBC employee about the project.
28 "Episode Seven" 31 October 1996 (1996-10-31) 107
It is the day of the revolution. Coaches are hijacked, the recruits descend on London and Jimmy interrupts the evening news. But the police have been tipped off.

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