Jeeves and Wooster

Season 1 Episode 2

Bertie is in Love

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 29, 1990 on ITV
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Trouble brews when Bertie becomes enamored of the wily Bobbie Wickham after a round of golf with Barmy Fotheringay-Phipps. Bertie's old friend Tuppy Glossop dotes on an overbearing opera singer and Jeeves makes a plan involving a concert in which Bertie has to sing.

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    Brenda Bruce

    Brenda Bruce

    Aunt Dahlia

    Guest Star

    Nina Botting

    Nina Botting

    Bobbie Wickham

    Guest Star

    Adam Blackwood

    Adam Blackwood

    Barmy Fotheringay Phipps

    Guest Star

    Mary Wimbush

    Mary Wimbush

    Aunt Agatha

    Recurring Role

    Robert Daws

    Robert Daws

    Tuppy Glossop

    Recurring Role

    Michael Ripper

    Michael Ripper

    Drones Porter

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • "Forty-Seven Ginger-Headed Sailors" was originally performed in 1928 by Jack Hylton & His Orchestra.

      • In this episode, Bertie seeks revenge on Barmy after suffering embarrassment at the golf tournament. In the original short story (Jeeves & The Yuletide Spirit), he's seeking revenge on Tuppy Glossip who had embarrassed him at a swim meet. Additionally, in the original short story, it is Sir Roderic Glossip who falls victim to Bertie's prank.

      • When Barmy is teeing off, you can see a blackboard with all the contestant's names on it, including Bertie & Barmy.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Bertie: Tell me, Jeeves, were you always like this, or did it come on suddenly?
        Jeeves: Sir?
        Bertie: The brain, the grey matter. Were you an outstandingly brilliant child?
        Jeeves: My mother thought me intelligent, Sir.
        Bertie: Well, you can't go by that! My mother thought me intelligent!

      • Tuppy: The thing is, Bertie, what with her great soul and everything, [Cora] has this rather serious outlook on life. I want you to back me up, let her know I've got a serious mind, and so forth.
        Bertie: (laughing) I didn't know you had any sort of a mind.
        Tuppy: That is just the sort of remark we don't want, thank you very much!

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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