Jeeves and Wooster

Season 3 Episode 6

Aunt Dahlia, Cornelia and Madeline

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 03, 1992 on ITV
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Bertie's old friend Bingo Little masquerades as a Bolshevik activist to impress a woman with whom he has become infatuated. Bertie must try to persuade a prominent author to allow her latest novel to be published in Aunt Dahlia's magazine.

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    Patricia Lawrence

    Patricia Lawrence

    Aunt Dahlia

    Guest Star

    Pip Torrens

    Pip Torrens

    Bingo Little

    Guest Star

    Rachel Robertson

    Rachel Robertson

    Charlotte

    Guest Star

    John Turner

    John Turner

    Spode

    Recurring Role

    Elizabeth Morton

    Elizabeth Morton

    Madeline Bassett

    Recurring Role

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      • Wooster: If you ask me, Jeeves, art is responsible for most of the trouble in the world.
        Jeeves: It's an interesting theory, sir. Would you care to expatiate upon it?
        Wooster: (Bertie stares blankly for a moment) Well, as a matter of fact, no, Jeeves. No... this all just occurred to me... as thoughts do.
        Jeeves: Very good, sir.

      • Spode: One of the many measures I intend to introduce to the House of Lords will be a bill widening the gauge of the British railway system by eight inches, to facilitate the transportation of livestock! The "Dismal Jimmies" will tell you that we cannot afford to replace the twenty-seven thousand miles of track necessary for the task. They have not looked at it scientifically! It will be more than paid for by the fact that sheep will be able to stand sideways!

      • Madeline: Oh! Hasn't that horse got a sweet little face! The one with the jockey in pink and blue! I'm going to bet all my money on that one. "Romeo Lad."
        Aunt Dahlia: Has anyone told you you're not safe to be out?

      • Wooster: Why is it, do you think, Jeeves, that the thought of the "little thing" my Aunt Dahlia wants me to do for her fills me with a nameless foreboding?
        Jeeves: Experience, sir?

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