Jun 13, 2007 10:35 PM EDT
Animation fans will have a blast on June 19! Warner Bros. is releasing sets for The Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain on the 19th. Both shows hit &qu… Read more
A charming antique dealer plays amateur detective, with help from three assistants. The British series was based on novels by Jonathan Gash.
Lovejoy encounters a Southern belle from North Carolina who, oddly enough, shares his surname and penchant for exquisite antiques. When a trove of valuable artifacts once belonging to Sir Walter Raleigh goes missing, he travels to the United States to track her down.
Lovejoy accompanies Charlotte to a class reunion, hoping for a romantic weekend. But the trip takes a turn when he's asked to appraise a taxidermied fish famous for swallowing Isadora Duncan's jewelry. To make matters worse, Charlie Gimbert serves him with an eviction notice.
Two bizarre sisters contact Lovejoy, hoping their antique book collection will be their ticket out of debt. They do, in fact, possess a rare and valuable 16th-century Marston Bible, but Lovejoy will first have to convince their very reluctant brother to sell it.
An elderly carny looking to retire asks Lovejoy to sell his large collection of brass candlesticks. But when the man is arrested under the suspicion of stealing antiques from a wealthy town member, it's up to Lovejoy to clear his name.