Jeeves and Wooster

1990, TV Show

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Hugh Laurie: I'm Done With TV After House

When House eventually wraps its run, it won't just be the end of a long-running series, it will be the end of a 30-year TV career.

Star Hugh Laurie tells Scotland's The Daily Record that he plans to leave television acting when House concludes. "I think I have been rather spoiled here," the 52-year-old actor told the newspaper. "I can't imagine there will be another one quite like this. ... I wouldn't go...  Read Full Article

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Season 4, Episode 5
Bertie finds himself becoming a thief and having to impersonate an African Chief.

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Season 4, Episode 4
Back in England Bertie finds himself dressing as a maid to help his Aunt Dahlia out of a sticky situation, meanwhile, Stilton Cheesewright, jealous of Lady Florence's attentions, threatens Bertie with violence.

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Season 4, Episode 3
Bertie tries his hand at matchmaking advising Bingo on how to woo the girl of his dreams, and encouraging Blair Eggleston to propose to his own ex girlfriend Honoria.

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Season 4, Episode 6
With Madeline Bassett about to marry and Lady Florence Craye also betrothed, Bertie considers himself a free man.

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Hugh Laurie: I'm Done With TV After House

When House eventually wraps its run, it won't just be the end of a long-running series, it will be the end of a 30-year TV career.

Star Hugh Laurie tells Scotland's The Daily Record that he plans to leave television acting when House concludes. "I think I have been rather spoiled here," the 52-year-old actor told the newspaper. "I can't imagine there will be another one quite like this. ... I wouldn't go... read more

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A warm thought for the deep chill of winter: Even in the doldrums of a miserable season, Gilmore Girls proves that it’s still capable of greatness. This week’s episode returned to its core, the electrifying dynamic among three generations of Gilmore women, balancing humor with searing flashes of drama in an episode incomparably illuminated by the welcome return of Kelly Bishop’s imperious, hilarious, monstrous yet ultimately oh-so-human Emily Gilmore.It seems like ages since we’ve seen Bishop at her best. And no mistake about it, she was at her best this week, rising to the occasion when Emily’s husband, Richard (the estimable Edward Herrmann), is felled with a heart attack. Bossing around the hospital staff, railing against the incompetence of any poor health-club or service worker who has the bad luck to come up against her, she is a riot. And as Lorelai and Rory sit in amused horror, we know deep down all will be well because they’re all together aga... read more

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Premiered: April 22, 1990, on ITV
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: P.G. Wodehouse's delightful whimsy about a consummate manservant and his inept employer in London during the 1920s and '30s, surrounded by upper-crusty folks with names like Lord and Lady Wickhammersley, and Gussie Fink-Nottle. Four separate `Jeeves and Wooster' series aired on `Masterpiece Theatre' in the '90s.

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