All six episodes from the second series of the popular television series, based on the novels by P.G. Wodehouse: Bertie risks the wrath of Aunt Dahlia when he bungles the purchase of a silver milk jug; Bertie and Jeeves attempt to recover an incriminating notebook lost at the fancy dress ball by Bertie's chum, Gussie; Bertie finds himself pursued by an amorous spinster; Jeeves is ready to give his notice when Bertie takes up playing the trombone; Bertie is held hostage on the yacht of a wealthy American who believes him to have designs on his daughter; and Bertie considers Bobby Wickham as his bride - much to Jeeves' chagrin.
All six episodes from the third series of the popular P.G. Wodehouse adaptation. Aghast at the idea of marrying a Glossop, Bertie (Hugh Laurie) flits across the pond to America - leaving Jeeves (Stephen Fry) to sort out his mess for him. Manhattan offers little solace for young Wooster, however, who is soon in dire need of assistance from his unflappable manservant.
All six episodes from the fourth series of the popular P.G. Wodehouse adaptation. Bertie (Hugh Laurie) and dutiful manservant Jeeves (Stephen Fry) are back in New York, where they hope to find some much-needed peace of mind. Before long, however, Bertie's bachelor status is once again threatened by the arrival of his disreputable cousins, the formidable Aunt Agatha, and a variety of former fiancées. Wouldn't it just be easier to head back for Blighty?