Keeping Up Appearances (1990–1995)
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How to Manage a Family Christening 

It's the day of Daisy's granddaughter's christening and Hyacinth is most displeased that Stephanie, Daisy's daughter, is not married. But with some encouragement from Richard, Hyacinth ... See full summary »

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Elizabeth Warden
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Shirley Stelfox ...
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Gerald Sim ...
Bruce Bennett ...
Reg
Jonathan Fryer ...
Dennis
Patricia Leach ...
Mrs Midgely
Rick Friend ...
the Hippie
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Laura Shavin ...
Stephanie
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It's the day of Daisy's granddaughter's christening and Hyacinth is most displeased that Stephanie, Daisy's daughter, is not married. But with some encouragement from Richard, Hyacinth agrees to go to the christening with an open mind, until of course the mother and child go missing. Written by Nadia Nassar

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3 December 1990 (UK)  »

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This episode is also known as "The Christening". See more »

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Hyacinth is always seen cleaning things in her house, and she insists that everything be spotless. At the opening of this episode, she is at her bedroom mirror, and there are spots and smudges on the mirror. See more »

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[first lines]
Richard: Is this tie all right?
Hyacinth: For where we're going, any tie's a novelty.
Richard: It's no good being like that about it; it's a family occasion. The thing is to make the best of it. Anyway, I always think there's something rather nice about a christening.
Hyacinth: There's something even nicer if there's been a wedding first.
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