Blandings (2013–2014)
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Throwing Eggs 

The poker-wielding Duke of Dunstable threatens to have Clarence committed for pottiness, so Beach and Freddie hatch a plan to rescue him. Eggs required.

Director:

Mandie Fletcher

Writer:

Guy Andrews (adapted by)

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Harry Enfield ... Duke of Dunstable
Ron Donachie ... Angus McAllister
Timothy Spall ... Lord Clarence Emsworth
Jennifer Saunders ... Connie, Lady Keeble
Tim Vine ... Beach
Ruby Bentall ... Linda
Jack Farthing ... Freddie Threepwood
Mathew Baynton ... Pongo
Geoffrey McGivern Geoffrey McGivern ... Sir Roderick Glossop
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Storyline

As ever, all Clarence wants is to be left in peace with his beloved pig, the Empress of Blandings. But events conspire against him as never before. On top of his imperious sister Connie and his feeble-witted, fun-loving son Freddie, the paradisal beauty of Blandings Castle is invaded by the poker-wielding, egg-throwing Duke of Dunstable, the most odious man in Shropshire. With the help of his faithful, port-fuelled butler, Beach, Clarence is obliged to navigate a cavalcade of impossible guests and impostors including a scandalous Hollywood actress, a saxophone-playing secretary, a leather-gusseted religious maniac, Clarence's frankly terrifying sister Charlotte and - worst of all - his incorrigibly rakish brother Galahad, on the prowl with a glittering monocle and a case full of shocking memoirs which threaten to ruin the entire family. Will tranquillity ever reign at Blandings Castle, even for an afternoon? Written by Anonymous

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pig | eggs | doctor | forbidden love | ward | See All (10) »

Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 February 2014 (UK) See more »

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Tim Vine replaces Mark Williams in the role of Beach. See more »

Soundtracks

Loch Lomond
(uncredited)
Traditional
[Angus whistles]
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