On the day Bertie Wooster engages Jeeves as he valet, his Aunt Agatha declares that it is high time Bertie married and she has selected the perfect wife, Honoria Glossop, the daughter of Sir Roderick and Lady Glossop. But Wooster's friend, Richard "Bingo" Little, reveals that he is madly in love with Honoria. Sensing a means of escape for himself Wooster hatches a plan to set things straight. Luckily, Jeeves has arrived to save Bertie from his own schemes (and hangovers).
Originally aired in the UK as Series I, Episode 1: "Jeeves Takes Charge"
Bertie Wooster sets out for the quarter-finals of the Drones Club Golf Tournament, accompanied by Jeeves and Aunt Agatha's terrier, MacIntosh. His opponent is Barmy Fotheringay-Phipps, who is considered a walkover. Bertie is soundly beaten and later finds trouble in the form of Bobbie Wickham; first involving hot-water bottle piercing, then by giving away Aunt Agatha's dog to a broadway producer. Meanwhile "Tuppy" Glossop romances opera singer Cora Bellinger and Jeeves hatches a plan involving a little concert in which Bertie must sing.
Originally aired in the UK as Series I, Episode 2: "Tuppy and the Terrier"
Also known as: "Bertie Is in Love"
Uncle George has become engaged to a young waitress and Aunt Agatha wants Bertie to offer her a hundred pounds to end the scandalous engagement. Although Jeeves helps Wooster find a new, more suitably aged mate for his uncle, the two men abscond to the country knowing that Agatha will not approve of the new union either. While staying in the country mansion of Lord and Lady Wickhammersley, Jeeves and Wooster attend a village festival where Bingo Little suggests they gamble on various sporting events, although Lady Wickhammersley disapproves of any gambling because it is her husbands weakness. Wooster creates a secret gambling syndicate designed to accrue winnings, but the bookie - a sharpie named Steggles - has plans of his own that will impede Wooster's scheme. However, Wooster may hold the trump card in the person of his wily manservant.
Originally aired in the UK as Series I, Episode 3: "The Purity of the Turf"
(Part 1 of 2) While visiting the estate of his Uncle Tom and Aunt Dahlia, Wooster is trust into the dual roles of matchmaker and financial advisor. He singlehandedly attempts to mend the broken engagement between his cousin Angela and her boneheaded beau Tuppy Glossop, while fanning the flames of love between newt-loving school chum Gussie Fink Nottle and his poetic object of desire, Madeline Basset. Additionally, Wooster counsels Aunt Dahlia on how to entice a sizable loan from her husband.
Originally aired in the UK as Series I, Episode 4: "The Hunger Strike"
(Part 2 of 2) Bertie Wooster has caused severe damage to several relationships while at the estate of his Aunt Dahlia and Uncle Tom. Having mucked up two potential marriages and made it unlikely that his aunt would receive a much needed loan from her husband, Wooster returns uninvited to the Travers' estate - much to the horror of his relations. Through additional ridiculous schemes, Wooster manages to further damage the fragile relationships. Leave it to the cunning Jeeves to hatch a plan to unite the quarreling couples through their mutual feelings of contempt for Bertie.
Originally aired in the UK as Series I, Episode 5: "Brinkley Manor"
After the downfall of Margaret Thatcher, Tory Party Chief Whip Francis Urquhart, a modern day Richard III, devises a complex plot to eliminate his rivals and become Prime Minister of Great Britain.
Manipulative Francis Urquhart continues his plan to bring down the Prime Minister of Great Britain using idealistic reporter Matty Storin as one of his pawns.
Urquhart succeeds in bringing down Prime Minister Collingwood and proceeds with his plan to obtain the office by eliminating all potential rivals from contention.
Urquhart has finally eliminated his rivals and is on the verge of becoming Prime Minister of Great Britain but reporter Mattie Storin has finally gotten wise to his machinations and presents his final hurdle.