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Jeeves and Wooster

Season: 4

Episodes: 6

Season Start: May 16th, 1993

Season End: Jun 20th, 1993

Part Of: Jeeves and Wooster Collection

Rated: TV-G

Resolution: SD

Subtitles: None

Runtime: 60 minutes

Disc Count: 2

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Overview

Jeeves and Wooster is a British comedy television series adapted by Clive Exton from P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves stories. It starred Hugh Laurie as Bertie Wooster, a jovial but empty-headed young gentleman, and Stephen Fry as Jeeves, his improbably well-informed and talented valet. The stories are set in England and the United States in the pre-World War II 20th century (there are aspects of the Edwardian era, 1920s, and 1930s). Wooster is a well-to-do bachelor, a minor aristocrat and member of the idle rich. He and his friends, who are mainly members of The Drones Club, are aided in all manner of societal adventures by the indispensable "gentleman's personal gentleman," Jeeves. Wodehouse drew the themes of his plots, which concern the entangled love lifes of the major characters, from classical New Comedy.

Episode List

01.
Return to New York
Back in New York, Bertie comissions the artist with whom he's fallen in love to paint a portrait of Aunt Agatha, and Tuppy's there trying to sell his recipe for Cock-A-Leekie soup to Slingsby of Slingsby's Soups. When there's a car accident involving the nasty Lucious Pim, and Claude and Eustace show up, things become of the sort in which one finds Jeeves' intervention invaluable. Aired: May 16th, 1993
Director: Ferdinand Fairfax
Writer: Clive Exton, P.G. Wodehouse
02.
The Once and Future Ex
Bertie spends much time putting the old Wooster brain to use in devising schemes to arrange the meeting of two tycoons. However, A more immediate concern is Stilton Cheesewright and Lady Florence Craye, both of whom hold vastly differing yet equally unpleasant opinions of Bertie - the former takes offense at his drinking and time spent with the later, while Florence thinks that he has possibilities. The final scene involving Abraham Lincoln climbing up the spire of the Empire State Building, amongst other things. Aired: May 23rd, 1993
Director: Ferdinand Fairfax
Writer: Clive Exton, P.G. Wodehouse
03.
Bridegroom Wanted
Bingo's in love with another waitress, and the old Rosie M. Banks gag comes up again, this time with an unfortunate twist. Unfortunately New York does not seem to be the haven it once was, and the Glossops are in town looking to marry off Honoria. Luckily, Blaire Egleston is in love with her and Bertie has just the plan to push him to propose. But he may have pushed too hard. Aired: May 30th, 1993
Director: Ferdinand Fairfax
Writer: Clive Exton
04.
The Delayed Arrival
Once more, Stilton Cheesewright and Lady Florence Craye loom large on the horizon, with differing opinions this time, not only with regard to Bertram Wooster, but his moustache as well. While Stilton works out in how many places he will break Bertie's spine, and how he's going to do it without altering the Wooster dart skills (for he's drawn his name for the annual Drones Darts Tournament) Jeeves must help Aunt Dahlia with her pearl-troubles, Percy Gorringe with his love troubles, and Bertie with his upper-lip troubles. Aired: June 6th, 1993
Director: Ferdinand Fairfax
Writer: Clive Exton
05.
Trouble at Totleigh Towers
Certain members of the household believe there is a curse held over Totleigh Towers by a small African totem. So Bertie gets involved in another retrieval project while the Gussie-Madeline romance has developed it's final difficulties. Aired: June 13th, 1993
Director: Ferdinand Fairfax
Writer: Clive Exton
06.
The Ties That Bind
The Ganymede Club book has turned up missing, and Jeeves must return it at all costs. Madeline Bassett's wedding doesn't procede as smoothly as planned. Aired: June 20th, 1993
Director: Ferdinand Fairfax
Writer: Clive Exton