Tracey Takes On...

Season 1 Episode 4

Royalty

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Aired Unknown Feb 14, 1996 on HBO
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Rayleen questions if numbers are the most precise way to identify a royalty. She defends using referable phrases such as "Henry the Serial Killer" instead of Henry IV. Fern thinks Steve and Eydie are real royalty.Kay is a victim of a con artist who claimed to be the last son of the King of Albania. But was he really? Ruby doesn't have nice things to say about Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier's marriage. Sydney Kross offers her services to Lady Di. Hope remembers American royalty – Elvis, Larry King, B.B. King, etc. Virginia Bugge and her husband plan a party for Her Royal Highness. The party is a failure and Her Royal Highness only leaves to watch the X-Files. Virginia is devastated, but the Queen's assistant says she loved the party, where she could make everyone miserable – just what she enjoys. Trevor remembers an episode with Princess Diana's entourage. Linda Granger says she'd make everyone cancer-free if she ruled the world.moreless

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    Tracey Ullman

    Tracey Ullman

    Sydney Cross/Ruby Romaine/Linda Granger/Kay Clark/Rayleen Gibson/Trevor Ayliss/Fern/Chic/Miss Noh Nang Ning/other

    Hugh Laurie

    Hugh Laurie

    Timmy Bugge

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    Alastair Duncan

    Alastair Duncan

    Capt. Philip 'Pip' Semdorbin

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    Adilah Barnes

    Adilah Barnes

    Darnetta

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    Judy Geeson

    Judy Geeson

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      • According to David Stahl, HRH is not Queen Elizabeth the II, but her late sister, Princess Margaret. They look and act quite a bit alike, and are both referred to as "Her Royal Highness" (HRH), which may be the cause of such confusion. Proof that Tracey actually is portraying Pricess Margaret can be found in this episode, when Virginia Bugge has "Her Royal Highness" to dinner. During the dinner, HRH states that she used to enjoy the company of Peter Sellers and Sammie Davis, Jr. It was Margaret, not Elizabeth, that kept social company with various actors and musicians during the 1950's and '60's. Additionally, prior to the dinner, Virginia's husband actually states that he was not able to get the Queen herself to attend the dinner, but another royal who "does not fall far from the tree." He was referring to the Queen's sister, Margaret.

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