Keeping Up Appearances

Season 4 Episode 4

The Commodore

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Aired Unknown Sep 26, 1993 on BBC
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The Commodore
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Hyacinth volunteers to meet a guest speaker at the railway station and take him to the 'Ladies' Luncheon Club meeting'. As you can guess, everything goes wrong, as usual!

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  • The Ladies Committee is having a special guest at a luncheon and naturally, Hyacinth volunteers her services to collect the guest from the railway station.

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    When Hyacinth learns that the church Ladies Committee is holding a special luncheon and that the guest speaker is going to be a retired naval officer, she volunteers herself and Richard to go and get The Commodore from the railway station.



    Reluctantly, the chairwoman of the committee agrees and Hyacinth and Richard set off to collect the guest. Railway official are at a loss to know what to say when Hyacinth demands a red carpet and other such illustrious treatment for the guest but that's not the worst of it because they aren't actually able to FIND The Commodore in spite of singing seas shantys and waiting for ages.



    When they return, minus their passenger, they find that the luncheon has just finished and that The Commodore gave an excellent speech! Feeling furious but not intending to be left out, Hyacinth insists that she and Richard will drive the guest BACK to the station to catch his train but she has second thoughts when his hands begin to wander in unacceptable places.moreless
Jeremy Gittins

Jeremy Gittins

The Vicar (Michael)

Patricia Routledge

Patricia Routledge

Hyacinth Bucket (pronounced "Bouquet")

Josephine Tewson

Josephine Tewson

Elizabeth Hawksworth Warden

David Griffin

David Griffin

Emmet Hawksworth

Judy Cornwell

Judy Cornwell

Daisy

Geoffrey Hughes

Geoffrey Hughes

Onslow

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