Berkeley Square: Season 1, Episode 4

All on a Summer's Day (31 May 1998)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stuart Laing ...
Peter Forbes ...
Nicholas Irons ...
Lady Constance Lamson-Scribener
Clare Wilkie ...
Kate Williams ...
Maggie McCarthy ...
Amy Hodge ...
Laurence Owen ...
Tom St. John
Emily Canfor-Dumas ...
Harriet St. John


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Happier times but confusing
7 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is hard to understand this series. They go from one nanny to the other etc. I am still trying to figure out who the nannies are, how many children they have to take care of, who the kids are and who the nanny is working for.

The nannies all went to the park with the kids and Matty's brother Jack goes along with one of the male footman who is a flirt. They all have a good time but Lydia thinks Jack is flirting with Hannah one of the nannies. Victoria one of the employers has a visit from her sister which leaves her with sad news. Victoria also cheats on her husband.

Between the nannies, the employers and the employers maids, butlers and more characters it is confusing. This episode was lighter, a litter happier but still full of jumping from one scene to the next. I would probably have to watch them again. The first two episodes were very depressing.

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