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Season 2 Episode 4 - Jeeves In The Country (May/05/1991)
Bertie's passion for trombone playing causes Jeeves to leave his employ. Bertie travels to the countryside with Brinkley, his new valet. While there, he's invited to Chuffnell Hall and is shocked to find Jeeves there, now the valet of Bertie's chum, Chuffy.
Chuffy's financial situation has hit rock bottom; he's selling Chuffnell Hall and the prospective buyer is Mr. Stoker, who is visiting with his daughter, Pauline. Chuffy's fallen in love with Pauline, but has a falling out with Mr. Stoker. It's up to Jeeves to come up with a plan to bring the young lovers back together, as well as putting Chuffy's finances back on track, and solving Bertie's difficulties with his new valet. Jeeves' plan is as successful as a house on fire.
Season 2 Episode 5 - Kidnapped! (May/12/1991)
Pauline Stoker convinces Bertie to accompany her to Chuffnell Hall to help her in convincing an esteemed medical man to start a sanatorium there. Bertie is surprised to discover that the doctor in question is Sir Roderick Glossop, who bonds with Mr. Stoker over their shared dislike of Bertie as an inappropriate fiance for their daughters. Mr. Stoker is convinced that Bertie is still in love with Pauline, an idea that is only confirmed when he discovers that Bertie and Pauline spent the night together in a hotel; Chuffy, however, seems unconcerned about this, knowing that it was all due to car trouble, and that Bertie spent the night in the car. J. Washburn Stoker kidnaps Bertie in order to force him to make an honest woman of Pauline.
Bertie, who has been vying to become the Chairman of the Dining Committee at the Drones, comes up against an unexpected snag in the rule book. The Drones are putting on a Minstrel show, which Bertie suddenly joins while trying to escape the clutches of Mr. Stoker; due to misunderstandings with Chuffy and the local constabulary, both Mr. Stoker and Sir Roderick are also trying to elude the police. Everyone, Minstrels and all, end up in court before the local magistrate, which fortuitously puts Bertie back in the running for the Dining Committee.
Season 2 Episode 6 - Jeeves The Matchmaker (May/19/1991)
Tuppy Glossop is once again on the outs with Angela; he has a new love interest whom he'd like Bertie to meet. Bingo Little also has a new love interest, but fears that his uncle will object to his choice since she comes from the working class, and show his displeasure by cutting off Bingo's allowance. Jeeves comes to the rescue by suggesting that Bingo read some appropriately themed books to his uncle to soften him up for the news; the books have an effect, but not the one that Bingo was hoping for. Meanwhile, Bertie relies on his wit and guile to extricate Tuppy from his new romantic interest and return his affections to cousin Angela. As always, it is Jeeves who saves the day.
Meanwhile, Bertie himself is feeling the tides of time, and has decided it is time to have children, which, of course, requires marriage first. He's chosen Bobbie Wickham as his bride despite the objections of Jeeves. Bertie's longing for progeny is put to the test when he's left in charge of Bobbie's niece Clementina and has to sneak her back into her school after hours. Once again, Jeeves comes to the rescue with a plan that both returns Clementina and quashes Bertie's dreams of fatherhood.
Guest Stars: Marissa Dunlop as Margaret, Hermione Eyre as Clementina, Hubert Rees as Sir Reginald, Geoffrey Toone as Lord Bittlesham, Niamh Cusack as Bobbie Wickham, Alex Leppard as Sergeant, Charlotte Avery as Mabel, Janet Henfrey as Miss Mapleton, Sonia Graham as Lady Dalgleish, Robert Daws as Tuppy Glossop, Catherine McQueen as Daisy, Michael Siberry as Bingo Little
Duration: runtime 152mins
File Size: 4.35GB
Video Codec Name - Mpeg-2
Video Bitrate: 2588 kb/s
Resolution: 720 x 576
frames Per Second: 25 - PAL
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