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An American novelist in England battles with her butler.
A stray dog that Dorothy adopts causes friction between her and Robert (Donald Sinden). Mrs. Shelton: Beryl Reid. Laundry Man: Peter Childs.
Dorothy appeals to two MPs for help with a charity project. Robert: Donald Sinden. Peter: James Villiers.
Dorothy has only one day to prepare for lunch with the Queen of England. Robert: Donald Sinden. Mary: Patsy Blower. Greg: Barry Quin. Driver: Eric Mason.
Dorothy involves Robert in a scheme to save the marriage of a quarreling couple. Robert: Donald Sinden.
Dorothy bets Robert she can infiltrate his club, an exclusive male preserve. Robert: Donald Sinden. George: John Gill. 1st Member: Anthony Roye.
Robert is delighted to accompany Dorothy on a business trip to New York---until he learns that they will fly there. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch.
Dorothy and Robert (Donald Sinden) attend a weekend house party. Gregory: Paul Hardwick. Felicity: Renee Asherson. Charles: Milton Johns. Miss Rafferty: Nancy Mitchell. Paul: John Savident.
When Dorothy decides to give an antique table to charity, Robert (Donald Sinden) schemes to acquire it. Freddy: Frank Middlemass. Jimmy: Jim Norton.
Robert decides to make Dorothy's house guests---a meditation group---earn their keep. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch.
Robert arranges to spend Christmas with a girlfriend, but Dorothy has her own plans. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch.
Dorothy's demands for immediate attention fall on deaf ears when she takes Robert to the hospital for treatment of an injured ankle. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch. Robert: Donald Sinden.
Robert launches his writing career with a critique of another writer---Dorothy (Elaine Stritch). Mrs. Barcher: Gillian Martell. Paul: John Savident. Mrs. White: Ann Way. Mrs. Brolson: Beatrix Mackey.
Robert's domineering mother arrives for a visit and immediately takes over. Robert: Donald Sinden. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch.
Robert's habit of playing records loudly leads to a legal entanglement with a neighbor. Elaine Stritch, Donald Sinden.
Garbage piles up outside of Dorothy's house when Robert insults uncooperative garbage collectors.
Dorothy asks Robert to help her avoid the unwelcome attentions of a titled admirer. Robert: Donald Sinden.
At Dorothy's dinner party for a visiting senator, Robert decides to prove that his grocery allowance is too small. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch.
When a determined encyclopedia salesman shows up at her home, Dorothy discovers an unusual way to get rid of him. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch.
The electrician Dorothy summons against Robert's wishes proves to be incompetent. Robert: Donald Sinden.
Robert's plans for Dorothy's birthday are thwarted by the arrival of two of her friends. Robert: Donald Sinden. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch. Al: David Healy.
Robert and Dorothy (Elaine Stritch) fall out over Robert's redecoration plans. Pamela: Alison Steadman. Richard: Richard O'Callaghan. Fred: George Tovey.
Robert sabotages the efforts of a couple---a chauffeur and a cook---who yearn to take over his job. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch. Vincent: Colin Jeavons.
Dorothy loses patience with Robert (Donald Sinden), who has a slight cold but thinks he's dying. Mrs. Tomkins: Ruby Head. Dr. Stanton: Martin Howells.
The unconventional Dorothy McNab, an American suspense writer living in England, hires a very proper English butler named Robert (Donald Sinden).
Robert tries to maneuver Dorothy (Elaine Stritch) into buying a Rolls Royce. Rawlings: Bernard Kay. Mr. Timpson: Robert Swann. Mr. Dobson: Barry Andrews. Mr. Hislop: Peter Jolley.
When Dorothy's house is burgled, Robert ransacks his own quarters to avoid suspicion. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch.
Dorothy hires a strong-willed cleaning lady to whom Robert takes an immediate dislike. Robert: Donald Sinden.
Robert, who dislikes frozen foods, is displeased by Dorothy's purchase of a freezer. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch.
Dorothy's accountant has bad news in store for Robert and her after examining the household books. Robert: Donald Sinden. Dorothy: Elaine Stritch. Bob: Iain Blair. Sandy: Andrew McCulloch.
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