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Jeeves and Wooster 4 Seasons

Season 2
4.6 out of 5 stars (36) IMDb 8.5/10

Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry star as PG Woodhouse's immortal creations Bertie Wooster and his faithful butler Jeeves in the second series of this much loved and critically acclaimed adaptation.

Starring:
Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry

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Season 2

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1. Jeeves Saves the Cow-Creamer

Bertie is instructed by his Aunt Dahlia to appropriate a silver cream jug from Sir Watkyn Bassett, the magistrate who once fined him for stealing a policeman's helmet. Bertie uses his visit to the Basset residence to heal a rift between Madeline and Gus.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: April 14, 1991

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2. A Plan for Gussie

Bungling Bertie Wooster gets himself into a bit of a pickle at the Bassets' Fancy Dress Ball, where the engagement of his friend Gussie Fink Nottle is due to be announced. The trouble is caused when Stiffy plants Constable Oates' helmet in Bertie's wardrobe.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: April 21, 1991

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3. Pearls Mean Tears

Summoned to the seaside Bertie is subjected to the match-making plans of his awesome Aunt Agatha, who wants him to meet Aline Hemmingway, the sister of the local curate. All is not what it seems, however, and Bertie soon falls victim to the Hemmingways, who, for all their masquerade of genteel respectability, turn out to be notorious confidence tricksters.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: April 28, 1991

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4. Jeeves in the Country

When Bertie takes up the trombone Jeeves is forced to leave him and take a position with his friend Lord Chuffnell.Bereft of a valet, Bertie engages the insubordinate and drunkard Brinkley and promptly retires to a cottage in the grounds of Chufnell Hall. For financial reasons, Chuffy is about to sell the estate to a rich American: J Wasburn Stoker, with whose pretty daughter Pauline, Chuffy is already in love.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: May 5, 1991

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5. Kidnapped!

Bertie's fellow drones descend on the seaside town of Chuffnell Regis. Bertie is effectively kidnapped by J Washburn Stoker when he suspects some impropriety between his daughter Pauline and Wooster himself.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: May 12, 1991

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6. Jeeves the Matchmaker

Uncharacteristically morose, Bertie is brooding on the subject of marriage and parenthood. His life is empty. To fill the void he decides to marry Bobbie Wickham of whom Jeeves has always taken a dim view.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: May 19, 1991

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This series is really a lot of fun. I love Hugh Laurie as the rich and clueless Bertie Wooster and Stephen Fry as his proper British valet who ends up solving all of the silly situations Bertie gets himself into.
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I realize this show won't be for everyone, same with the books they are based off of. But for me both the books and the show are entertaining. This is also one of the rare cases where I much prefer the show. If you like dry British humor and clever wit this show will entertain you highly. If not, then you just might hate it. I happen to love that kind of humor.
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For me Hugh Lauire and Steven Fry make the perfect Wooster and Jeeves. Both have impecable comic timing and a great sense of fun. The production values are good for a television show. It's fun seeing Highclere Castle being used as a set for some of the episodes. Wodehouse's language and situations are impossible to improve so the episodes that stick most closely to the original books are the best.
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These shows are true to the characters which is good because they mix up the stories quite a bit. We know pretty much all the Wooster stories by heart from the audio books. Some of the actors (other than S. Fry & H. Laurie) don't match the visual we created but that's the most I have to complain about. We watch these shows repeatedly.
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Jeeves and Wooster are the ultimate comic duo. As the liner notes say, Hugh Laurie plays the bumbling aristocrat Bertie Wooster alongside Stephen Fry who plays his trusty valet, Jeeves. Set in the 1920's in England and New York, the costumes and settings are fantastic. Poor Bertie can't seem to get it right! He finds himself into one predicament after another, either with his domineering Aunt Agatha, fending off the threat of matrimony, or in some other wayward plan, Bertie frequently teeters towards disaster. Fortunately, the unflappable Jeeves is always on hand with a clever plan to save Bertie from himself. Hours and hours of laughter!
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Among our most favorite series. We're watching all of them. Lots of fun!! We couldn't endorse them more strongly. We even like to dress up a bit and watch these shows as we're having our own dinners in order to get more into the mood.
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PG Wodehouse has given us so much pleasure with his novels about "silly ass Englishmen" it was difficult to believe a television series could do him justice. This, however, is a delight. The perfect antidote to a cold, rainy day,
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man;y years ago, too many to count, i "fell in love" with the whole idea of england, history, art, music, everything,especially comedy. remember the Belles of St. Trinian's, terry thomas, etc. this series falls right into my favorites.
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