SERIES 3, EPISODE 4
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This is my favourite episode from the series. Gussie Fink-Nottle goes down to Madeline Bassett’s godmother’s house, whilst she goes to help a friend in need as she has divorced from her husband.
After Gussie gets locked up from a nightclub brawl, Jeeves suggests Bertie to go down to Deverill Hall and pose as Gussie. This sets the scene for an identity crisis when Gussie turns up to pose as Bertie.
There’s so much going on with the comedy and the characters in ‘Jeeves and Wooster’ to enjoy. I loved the golf course scenes; when Gussie sings badly at the piano and when Aunt Agatha appears.
‘Series 3, Episode 4’ rating – 10/10
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