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The Goodies (1970-82) consists of nine series, with a total of 76 episodes.

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     Series One 
  1. "Tower Of London": In the first ever episode, The Goodies are hired by the commander of the beef eaters to investigate the theft of all the Tower of London's beef. This episode has been released on DVD.
  2. "Snooze"
  3. "Give Police A Chance"
  4. "Caught In The Act": This episode only exists in black and white.
  5. "The Greenies"
  6. "Cecily": The Goodies take a job as domestic servants at a country house, but the house, and the girl in their care, isn't quite what it seems. This episode has been released on DVD.
  7. "Radio Goodies": The Goodies start up their own pirate radio station and post office, but the power soon goes to Graeme's head. This episode has been released on DVD.

     Series Two 
  1. "Scotland"
  2. "Commonwealth Games"
  3. "Pollution"
  4. "The Lost Tribe"
  5. "The Music Lovers": This episode has been released on DVD.
  6. "Culture For The Masses"
  7. "Kitten Kong": The only episode that is totally lost. For information about this episode, see "Kitten Kong: Montreux '72 Edition".
  8. "Come Dancing": Previously only available in black and white, a restored colour version of this episode has been released on DVD.
  9. "Fresh Farm Foods"
  10. "Women's Lib"
  11. "Gender Education": The Goodies are instructed by Mrs Carthorse to make an S-E-X education film where there's no reference to S-E-X; they do their best by using gender instead where S-E-X has to be used but it's not good enough. This episode has been released on DVD.
  12. "Charity Bounce"
  13. "The Baddies": The Goodies find themselves being hated by everyone they meet, and try to find out why.
  14. Special: "Kitten Kong: Montreux '72 Edition": The Goodies open a hospital for 'loony animals', but get more than they bargain for when Twinkle the kitten grows to a massive size and begins to wreak havoc on London. This episode has been released on DVD.
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     Series Three 
  1. "The New Office": After a run in with some very lazy builders, the Goodies decide to try to buy a new office. This episode has been released on DVD.
  2. "Hunting Pink": The Goodies visit Tim's eccentric uncle Butcher, but Graeme and Bill get worried when Tim starts to act more and more like Butcher.
  3. "Winter Olympics"
  4. "That Old Black Magic"
  5. "For Those In Peril On The Sea"
  6. "Way Outward Bound"
  7. "Superstar"

     Series Four 
  1. "Camelot": This episode has been released on DVD.
  2. "Invasion Of The Moon Creatures"
  3. "Hospital For Hire"
  4. "The Goodies And The Beanstalk": A retelling the classic fairy tale with a Goodies twist. This episode has been released on DVD.
  5. "The Stone Age"
  6. "Goodies In The Nick"
  7. "The Race"

     Series Five 
  1. "The Movies": The Goodies take over the film industry, but, after firing all of the directors, quickly learn how difficult it is to make a film, let alone three at the same time. This episode has been released on DVD.
  2. "Clown Virus"
  3. "Chubby Chumps"
  4. "Wacky Whales"
  5. "Frankenfido"
  6. "Scatty Safari" The Goodies run a safari park featuring several TV and radio personalities along with a number of actors; when their star attraction starts pining they have to find a suitable replacement.
  7. "Kung Fu Kapers": Bill reveals that he is a master of the Lancastrian martial art 'Ecky Thump', and the country descends into chaos when it becomes the next fad. This episode has been released on DVD.
  8. "Lighthouse Keeping Loonies": Graeme has misread an advert, and now the Goodies are stuck on a lighthouse for the next five years. This episode has been released on DVD.
  9. "Rome Antics"
  10. "Fleet Street Goodies"
  11. "South Africa": The South African tourist board hires the Goodies to make an advert but the result contradicts South African policy, leading to a shortage of second-class citizens. This episode has been released on DVD.
  12. "Bunfight At The OK Tearooms": In this cowboy episode, the Goodies discover a cream mine in Cornwall, but the power goes to Graeme's head. This episode has been released on DVD.
  13. "The End": The Goodies struggle with arguments, starvation and hallucinations after their office gets encased in a block of concrete. This episode has been released on DVD.
  14. "The Goodies Rule - OK?": The Goodies have become a pop music sensation to the extent that the Prime Minister decides they should be nationalised; when their resulting dance number becomes an extreme success he commits suicide and a snap music-based election occurs. This episode has been released on DVD.

     Series Six 
  1. "Lips, Or Almighty Cod"
  2. "Hype Pressure"
  3. "Daylight Robbery on the Orient Express"
  4. "Black and White Beauty"
  5. "It Might As Well Be String": Tim's become disgusted by the blackmail-style advertising on TV and seeks out the one thing in all the world untainted by advertising. This episode has been released on DVD.
  6. "200l & A Bit": Set 25 years into the future, the Goodies' sons discover and try to revive the long dead sport of cricket. This episode has been released on DVD.
  7. "The Goodies - Almost Live"

     Series Seven 
  1. "Alternative Roots"
  2. "Dodonuts"
  3. "Scoutrageous": Bill and Graeme discover Tim is a Scout Master and decide to join him, until they learn they must have a cold shower every time they have dirty thoughts and decide to start their own scout troop. This episode has been released on DVD.
  4. "Punky Business": This episode has been released on DVD.
  5. "Royal Command": After injuring the royal family at the Royal Varity Show, the Goodies have to take over as rulers of the nation. This episode has been released on DVD.
  6. "Earthanasia": The earth is going to be destroyed in twenty five minutes, but the Goodies don't exactly spend their remaining time productively. This episode has been released on DVD.
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     Series Eight 
  1. "Goodies and Politics"
  2. "Saturday Night Grease": Tim's been trying to get in on the disco scene but his efforts to emulate John Travolta and the Bee Gees don't go down too well, especially with a strict ban on intimate dancing. This episode has been released on DVD.
  3. "A Kick In The Arts"
  4. "U-Friend or UFO?"
  5. "Animals"
  6. "War Babies": In the early 1940s, a young Tim, Bill and Graeme and recruited to help the war effort.

     Series Nine 
  1. "Snow White 2": This episode has been released on DVD.
  2. "Robot": Money is tight, so Tim and Graeme decide to replace Bill with a robot. This episode has been released on DVD.
  3. "Football Crazy": This episode has been released on DVD.
  4. "Big Foot": This episode has been released on DVD.
  5. "Change Of Life": The Goodies are having a mid-life crisis and end up going through a series of trials to prove they can still do it. This episode has been released on DVD.
  6. "Holiday": This episode has been released on DVD.
  7. "Animals Are People Too": After Graeme runs out of pets to sell, he decides to branch out and starts selling people dressed as animals. This episode has been released on DVD.
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