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Roderick Spode (Character)
from "Jeeves and Wooster" (1990)

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Alternate Names:
Spode

Filmography

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  1. "Jeeves and Wooster"
        - The Ex's Are Nearly Married Off (or, the Ties That Bind) (1993) TV episode, Played by John Turner (as Spode)
        - Totleigh Towers (or, Trouble at Totleigh Towers) (1993) TV episode, Played by John Turner (as Spode)
        - Aunt Dahlia, Cornelia and Madeline (or, Comrade Bingo) (1992) TV episode, Played by John Turner (as Spode)
        - Sir Watkyn Bassett's Memoirs (or, Hot Off the Press) (1992) TV episode, Played by John Turner (as Spode)
        - The Bassetts' Fancy Dress Ball (or, A Plan for Gussie) (1991) TV episode, Played by John Turner (as Spode)
          (1 more)

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Quotes:
From "Jeeves and Wooster: The Silver Jug (or Jeeves Saves the Cow Creamer) (#2.1)" (1991)
Bertie: [after insulting Spode] Spode, I know your secret!
Roderick Spode: Eh?
Bertie: I know all about...
[blanks]
Roderick Spode: You know all about what?
Bertie: Uh... Euphimol! Uh, uh...
[as Spode advances menacingly, Bertie falls backward. Gussie smashes an oil painting over Spode's head. Spode turns to Gussie, breathing fire, and Bertie smashes a vase on his head. They both flee the room. Outside, Jeeves watches, perplexed, as Gussie runs out, followed by Bertie]
Bertie: Eucalyptus!
[as Spode chases them down the hallway, Jeeves sighs and writes on a slip of paper]
Bertie: Euripedes! Eucharist! Europe! Euphonium? Uh, eu-, eu-, eu...
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