Jeeves and Wooster

Season 1 Episode 1

In Court After the Boat Race

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 22, 1990 on ITV
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In Court After the Boat Race
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Bertie Wooster's Aunt Agatha wishes him to marry the robust Honoria Glossop so she can add some much needed strong blood into the Wooster line. However, his old friend Bingo Little is in love with her. His new valet Jeeves arrives just in time to suggest a scheme for eluding matrimony.moreless

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    Roger Brierley

    Roger Brierley

    Sir Roderick Glossop

    Guest Star

    Jane Downs

    Jane Downs

    Lady Glossop

    Guest Star

    Alistair Haley

    Alistair Haley

    Oswald Glossop

    Guest Star

    Elizabeth Kettle

    Elizabeth Kettle

    Honoria Glossop

    Recurring Role

    John Woodnutt

    John Woodnutt

    Sir Watkyn Bassett

    Recurring Role

    Robert Daws

    Robert Daws

    Tuppy Glossop

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • According to "Jeeves Takes Charge", Bertie is supposed to be 18 when Jeeves enters his employment.

      • Claude (while referring to Bertie's change of valets): The last one used to pinch his socks.

        In "Jeeves Takes Charge," we learn that Bertie sacked his former valet, Meadowes, for pilfering a pair of silk socks.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Bertie: I'm sorry, Jeeves, but when you've been a little longer in my employ, you'll come to understand that all of my chums rely heavily on your employer's wisdom, and knowledge of human nature in the conduct of their affairs.
        Jeeves: Just as you say, Sir.
        Bertie: Not to mention my organizational powers and just plain... thingness.

      • Lady Glossop: How would you ever support a wife, Mr. Wooster?
        Bertie: Well, it depends on whose wife it was. I would've said a gentle pressure beneath the left elbow when crossing a busy street normally fills the bill.

      • Aunt Agatha: [Honoria] will mould you!
        Bertie: I don't want to be moulded. I'm not a jelly.
        Aunt Agatha: That is a matter of opinion.

      • Aunt Agatha (to Bertie): It is young men like you who make a person with the future of the race at heart despair!

    • NOTES (4)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Minnie The Moocher
        The song Bertie is playing is "Minnie The Moocher", by Cab Calloway and Irving Mills. Hugh Laurie actually played the piano.

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