Paul Nicholas plays Vince Pinner, an East End bookmaker, who thinks he is Gods gift to women, and Penny Warender, a up market girl from Chipping Ongar. Wonderful casting of the central charatures, but the show is stolen by Ann Lynn and Sylvia Kay who play Vince and Penny's mothers.
Penny leaves Vince and moves back home. Vince gets drunk and he hopes that she will take pity on him and come to the flat.
Penny decides to make Vince jealous by accidentally calling him by another man's name, while they spend the evening together.
Graham, Penny's ex husband invites her and Vince out to dinner, to blackmail them with some photos to speed along their divorce. But Vince calls his bluff and Graham has to back down.
Vince and Penny go to a wedding and fall out over a silly mistake,when Vince and the bride are caught together. While the Pinners go round to see Penny's parents, much to Daphnes surprise.
Vince tricks Penny into going away on a weeks holiday at the familys new Portuguese Villa.
Penny Tells Vince that she might be pregnant. The trouble starts when she tries to tell her parents.
Penny says goodbye to Vince and takes a training course in Paris.
Having decided that she and Vince have no future together, Penny remembers the day they first met and their subsequent relationship.