Jeeves and Wooster

Season 1 Episode 5

Will Anatole Return to Brinkley Court?

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 20, 1990 on ITV
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Will Anatole Return to Brinkley Court?
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In order to reunite Gussie and Madeline, Bertie realizes that some extra courage is called for on Gussie's part, and so spikes his morning orange juice. Unbeknownst to him, Jeeves has done the same thing, resulting in a very tipsy Gussie, who must hand out the prizes at the local grammar school. Gussie's drunken display causes Madeline to call off their budding romance. Cousin Angela still won't speak to Tuppy, and Aunt Dahlia's ladies' magazine is in dire need of funds. It's up to Jeeves to come to the rescue, which he does by employing 'the old fire bell scheme'. With everyone outside in the cold, and the key to the house gone, it's up to Bertie to ride the nine miles to retrieve it. The plan that Jeeves has concocted has a hidden element, and by the time that Bertie returns, all is well at Brinkley Court.moreless

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    Brenda Bruce

    Brenda Bruce

    Aunt Dahlia

    Guest Star

    Ralph Michael

    Ralph Michael

    Tom Travers

    Guest Star

    Amanda Elwes

    Amanda Elwes

    Angela Travers

    Guest Star

    Francesca Folan

    Francesca Folan

    Madeline Bassett

    Recurring Role

    Robert Daws

    Robert Daws

    Tuppy Glossop

    Recurring Role

    Richard Dixon

    Richard Dixon

    Oofy Prosser

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The music that Tuppy & Angela, Gussie & Madeline, and Aunt Dahlia & Uncle Tom are dancing to at the end of the episode is Happy Days Are Here Again by Milton Ager and Jack Yellen (1929).

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Bertie: So! It appears that you've gone and got engaged to the Gussie.
        Angela: Quite right. We're in love.
        Bertie: Oh, come now, Angela. Gussie's... Gussie's a splendid chap in many ways... if you've got a sick newt on your hands, well, Gussie's just the fellow to tell you what to do until the doctor comes. But honestly, old thing, you could fling bricks by the half hour in England's most densely populated districts without hitting one girl willing to become Mrs. Fink-Nottle without general anesthetic.

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