Series Five reveals Hyacinth's determination to join the cast of her neighbor's latest musical production, and the type of clients a newspaper ad soliciting her services as a perfect hostess can draw.
In this season, Hyacinth reveals that she cannot stand snobbery, people who pretend they are superior. As she logically concludes, "That only makes it so much harder for those of us who really are." Meanwhile she determines that Richard needs a hobby and plunks a video camera before him. She admonishes him to go out and "be artistic", an instruction she will soon live to regret.
Hyacinth Bucket is so obsessed with etiquette and breeding that she makes her husband's life a perfect misery. In Season Four, Hyacinth is determined to buy a cottage in the country as a weekend retreat. Needless to say, her idea of what is suitable matches neither Richard's wishes nor his wallet.
When it comes to snobbery, Hyacinth Bucket is in a class of her own. Season Two of this award-winning comedy reveals that Daddy has gone missing - again. Meanwhile Hyacinth drags Richard off for a weekend of golf, and determined that the neighbors should see her new living room suite, Hyacinth has parking cones placed outside the house.
Hyancinth Bucket has turned being a snob into an art form, her surname is pronounced 'Bouquet' don't you know and her family don't help. Her long-suffering husband Richard, keeps his head down and does his best to live with her domineering ways. But Hyacinth's a determined lady, with one mission in life - to impress.
Award-winning actress Patricia Routledge plays super-snob Hyacinth Bucket in this comic masterpiece. Season Five reveals that Hyacinth is determined to join the cast of Emmet's production of The Boyfriend. Hyacinth also decides to share her talent as the perfect hostess and places an advertisement in the local newspaper. But her clients have a different service in mind.