Jeeves and Wooster 4 Seasons 1992
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1. Bertie Sets Sail Bertie finds he has been won in a raffle by the unspeakable Honoria Glossop and decides the only option is to flee the country. On board the same New York bound liner is the overbearing Lady Malvern and her Son Lord 'Motty' Penshore. Just as things start to look gloomy 'Tuffy' Glossop appears on the scene.
2. The Full House Rocky Todd is asked to move to Manhattan by rich Aunt Isabel or be cut out of her will. Bertie and Jeeves enlist the help of socialite Bicky Bickerstaffe, to fool Isabel into thinking that Rocky is already in New York.
3. Introduction on Broadway Lady Bassington-Bassington is adamant her son Cyril will not go on the stage, so she sends him to Bertie in New York. But there's trouble when Cyril lands a part in a musical and Aunt Agatha decides to visit Manhattan.
4. Right Ho, Jeeves When Gussie Fink-Nottle is arrested, Bertie has to assume his identity and take his place at Deverill Hall to meet his fiancee's godmother Dame Daphne Winworth. Meanwhile, the scheming Aunt Agatha has come up with another prospective wife for her nephew.
5. Hot Off the Press The forthcoming publication of Sir Watkyn Bass' memoirs places Bertie in a quandry.
6. Comrade Bingo Wooster's flat is invaded by Communist revolutionaries.
|Supporting actors||John Turner, John Woodnutt, Richard Braine, Fiona Gillies, Elizabeth Heery, Amanda Harris, Simon Treves, Stewart Harwood, Lucy Parker, David Rolfe, Diana Cummings|
|Network||ITV Global Entertainment Ltd|
|Executive Producer||Brian Eastman|
|Rental rights||30-day viewing period. Details|
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|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Goosey goosey! If this is what imperial collapse looks like, bring it on.
I look forward to the Game of Thrones crossover episode.
They all have it down pat by now -- season 4 jumps the sharks, season 1 no one trusted Jeeves and Bertie yet. This one's the best.Published 13 months ago by ppstubbs
Darker than Wodehouse's stories-- the women, in particular, more vile. I found viewing it uncomfortable, having read many of the originals.Published 15 months ago by Mark S. Cary
Stephen Fry is seamless in this series and how someone who can play such serious roles can also be so ditsy as Hugh Laurie is comic artestry at it's best. Read morePublished 16 months ago by odin
Always lovely watching these parodies. Fabulous photography and a glimpse into a world that sort-of was. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bill Cunningham