Jeeves: Shall I contact the estate agents tomorrow, sir?
Wooster: Estate agents, Jeeves?
Jeeves: I understood that it was you intention to take a house of sufficient size for Mrs Scholfield and her three young ladies to live with you.
Wooster: Oh, no no no. No, that's all off, Jeeves. No. Young ladies? Fiends, Jeeves. Fiends. Every one of them.
Jeeves: A thought has just occurred to me, sir.
Wooster: This is no time for thought, Jeeves.
Wooster: I wish I had a daughter. I wonder what the procedure is.
Jeeves: Marriage is, I believe, sir, the preliminary step... for those willing to undergo its rigors.
Wooster: Fed-up with the monotony of it all. The bally balliness of it all makes it so bally bally.
(about Angela's new hat)
Tuppy: All I said was that it made her look like a raccoon peering out from underneath a flower pot... which it did.
This episode draws from five P.G. Wodehouse short stories: "Bertie Changes His Mind", "Jeeves & The Kid Clementina", "The Ordeal Of Young Tuppy", "Jeeves Exerts The Old Cerebellum", and "No Wedding Bells For Bingo".
This episode is a.k.a "Jeeves the Matchmaker".
This episode first aired in the US on January 22nd 1995.