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Jeeves and Wooster

Jeeves and Wooster


Bertie Wooster is a upper-class gentleman; he has his Club, he has his friends (all of whom have strange nicknames), he has his female friends with whom he tries to avoid romantic entanglements, and most of all, he has his Aunts, who are to be feared. Bertie often gets into tight situations either with his friends, or trying to avoid the females, or avoid the Aunts. Unfortunately, while Bertie is blessed with an upper-class life style, he was set off in life with an average sized helping of brain power... or maybe even less-than-average sized.

This is where Jeeves comes into things; Jeeves is a gentleman's gentleman, the ultimate man-servant. He knows which shoes go with which suit; what to wear to to every event; and what to say in every situation. And while Bertie might be lacking in the brains department, Jeeves is overflowing with them. His keen mental powers are called upon time and again by Bertie to help him out of the current scrape, which Jeeves does with understated aplomb.

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Episode Info

Final: 4x06 -- The Ties That Bind (Jun/20/1993)


Madeline Bassett's marriage to Roderick Spode (the Earl of Sidcup) is to take place on Saturday, and Bertie heads off to Totleigh Towers to witness the happy event. Once there, he runs in to Ginger Winship, who is running for parliament and engaged to Lady Florence Craye. Unfortunately for Ginger, he's in love with someone other than Lady Florence. Madeline's engagement to Spode comes to a sudden end; Bertie finds himself engaged to both Madeline and Florence.

At the Ganymede Club, the Club Book has been stolen; Jeeves has discovered the culprit and fears that the secrets contained in the book will be used to turn the tide in the by-election against Ginger, Not wanting this to happen, Bertie assists Jeeves in attempting to retrieve the book, which also has the fortuitous effect of reuniting a happy couple and creating a new couple.
Available Episodes

The Ties That Bind
Jun 20, 1993
Season 4 episode 6

Trouble At Totleigh ..
Jun 13, 1993
Season 4 episode 5

The Delayed Arrival
Jun 06, 1993
Season 4 episode 4

Bridegroom Wanted
May 30, 1993
Season 4 episode 3

The Once And Future ..
May 23, 1993
Season 4 episode 2

Return to New York
May 16, 1993
Season 4 episode 1

Comrade Bingo
May 03, 1992
Season 3 episode 6

Cast
Hugh Laurie
As Bertie Wooster
Stephen Fry
As Jeeves
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Crew

Executive Producer: Sally Head
Producer: Brian Eastman
Associate Producer: Al Burgess
Production Designer: Eileen Diss
Editor: Andrew Nelson, Chris Wimble, Derek Bain
Casting: Anne Henderson, Hayley Murt
Music: Anne Dudley
Costume Designer: Dany Everett

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Recurring Guests

Richard Dixon as Oofy Prosser (8 eps)
Robert Daws as Tuppy Glossop (8 eps)
John Turner as Roderick Spode (6 eps)
Michael Ripper as Drones Porter (6 eps)
John Woodnutt as Sir Watkyn Bassett (6 eps)
Mary Wimbush as Aunt Agatha Gregson (6 eps)
Francesca Folan as Madeline Bassett (5 eps)
Elizabeth Morton as Madeline Bassett (5 eps)
Richard Braine as Gussie Fink-Nottle (4 eps)
Adam Blackwood as Barmy Fotheringay Phipps (4 eps)

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Warning: Jeeves and Wooster guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: itv ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Sundays
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: April 22, 1990
Ended: June 20, 1993
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