Jeeves and Wooster

Season 2 Episode 2

The Bassetts' Fancy Dress Ball

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 21, 1991 on ITV
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The Bassetts' Fancy Dress Ball
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Gussie Fink Nottle is intimidated by prospective father-in-law Sir Watkyn Bassett and his violent associate Spode and writes down all his mean thoughts about them in his notebook. However, the notebook soon goes missing and then falls into the wrong hands. Soon, he enlists the aid of Jeeves to help him get it back.moreless

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    Diana Blackburn

    Diana Blackburn

    Madeline Bassett

    Guest Star

    Charlotte Attenborough

    Charlotte Attenborough

    Stiffy

    Guest Star

    Richard Garnett

    Richard Garnett

    Gussie Fink Nottle

    Guest Star

    John Turner

    John Turner

    Spode

    Recurring Role

    John Woodnutt

    John Woodnutt

    Sir Watkyn Bassett

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    Richard Dixon

    Richard Dixon

    Oofy Prosser

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      • Jeeves: Shall I lay out one of your novelty handkerchiefs for you today, Sir?
        Bertie: Oh, come off it, Jeeves! Everyone wears things with initials on them nowadays.
        Jeeves: I thought the practice was restricted to those who were in danger of forgetting their names, Sir.

      • Bertie: You know, Jeeves, in spite of Roderick Spode's somewhat idiosyncratic ways, he's undoubtably a severe menace to man and beast.
        Jeeves: I'm sure that is so, Sir.
        Bertie: And you saved me from him, Jeeves. Instead of being beaten into jelly by this maniac, I sit before you now the same perfectly formed fellow I was before. Jeeves, you may get rid of those handkerchiefs. I owe it to you.
        Jeeves: Thank you, Sir. I destroyed them last night.

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