Jeeves and Wooster: Season 3, Episode 4

Bertie Takes Gussie's Place at Deverill Hall (or, Right Ho! Jeeves) (19 Apr. 1992)

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Bossy Aunt Agatha orders Bertie to go to Deverill Hall and woo Gertrude Winkworth. Gussie Fink-Nottle is due to go to the hall to impress Dame Daphne, Gertrude's mother and godmother to his... See full summary »

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Madeline (as Elizabeth Morton)
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Gertrude (as Chloe Annett)
Rosalind Knight ...
Dame Daphne
Hilary Sesta ...
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Harriet Reynolds ...
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Celia Gore-Booth ...
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Sheila Mitchell ...
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John Elmes ...
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Bossy Aunt Agatha orders Bertie to go to Deverill Hall and woo Gertrude Winkworth. Gussie Fink-Nottle is due to go to the hall to impress Dame Daphne, Gertrude's mother and godmother to his beloved Madeleine Bassett. When Gussie is arrested for trying to catch newts in Trafalgar Square fountain, Bertie sees the chance to obey Agatha by going to the hall and also save the day for Gussie by impersonating him. When Gussie eventually turns up he has to pretend to be Bertie. Gertrude is captivated by him, romance blooms and Gussie writes to Madeleine to end their relationship. Bertie's efforts to retrieve the letter leads to his arrest and, worse, the attentions of Madeleine before Jeeves rescues him yet again. Written by don @ minifie-1

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[Bertie has been caught red-handed]
Aunt Agatha Gregson: Bertie! I want an explanation!
Bertie Wooster: Well...
[Jeeves enters, disguised by a trench coat, fedora, and huge fake moustache]
Reginald Jeeves: All right, Scotland Yard. I'm looking for one Bertram Wilberforce Wooster.
Aunt Agatha Gregson: Scotland Yard!
Bertie Wooster: Uh, that's me.
Reginald Jeeves: Then I'm arresting you, Bertram Wilberforce Wooster, in connection with the use of an illegal golf club. Will you come quietly?
Bertie Wooster: [under his breath] Brilliant! That is brilliant!
Reginald Jeeves: Now, none of that, if you please, sir! This way.
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