Having jumped the broom before getting his uncle'd nod, Bingo Little and the Mrs. have come to Bertie to help smooth things over. Fortunately, Bertie and the elder Little have established a camaraderie based on a small white lie, so Bertie decides to use that to his advantage. Unfortunately, his best advantage quickly turns to be his worst disadvantage. Oh, bugger.
What if I were to tell you that this is yet another chapter in which young Bingo Little falls in love with yet another waitress? And what if I were to tell you that this is yet another chapter in which he enlists Bertie to smooth things over with the uncle? Ah, but what if I were to tell you that this time there's a twist at the ending? Jolly good.
The Wooster twin cousins have been exiled to the South African colony by Aunt Agatha for the good of the family, but after Bertie introduces them to a beautiful actress acquaintance, they unilaterally change the plan. Oh, how best to make this pair of blisters biff off?
That rotter Steggles is at it again, betting this time against the amorous life of young Bingo Little. But with Bertie and Jeeves in his corner, and all the charm he can muster, Bingo can hardly lose ... can he? Drat!
Still at Twing, Bertie learns of a new opportunity to bamboozle some of the ready from the old bamboozler himself, Steggles; this time over the events of the annual summer treat. Jolly good.
While visiting a country manner, Bertie learns of the ultimate opportunity to win a few quid by betting on the local clergy's long-windedness. Simply bracing!
Bingo and his false beard make a big show at Goodwood, but his victory is short lived to be sure. Dashed annoying.
Recently returned from his visit abroad, Bertie is surprised to run into his chappie, Bingo Little, inciting the masses while wearing chin spinach in the middle of the bloody park, by Jove!
Still in America, and still expected to keep his new charge safe from bad influences, Bertie finds the young gentleman has taken a part in a new musical comedy stage production. That should keep him out of the mix for a while, what. But then Bertie gets another note from Aunt Agatha that puts a wrench to it. Absolutely!
While visiting America for an extended stay, Bertie gets word from his Aunt Agatha that she expects him to host a visiting young gentleman that Bertie has never before so much as met. Rather bally, what!
Bertie has his Aunt Agatha mandated lunch with Sir Roderick. But thanks to Claude and Eustace the whole thing goes a bit Rummy, what.
Bertie's engagement to Honoria may have hit a snag, if Bertie could only be so lucky, what!
Bertie puts forward his plan to unite Bingo and Honoria with the usual Wooster success. That is to say, not so much.
When Bingo Little meets Honoria Glossop, he turns to his friend Bertie to help make the love connection a reality. Too bad Jeeves was recently overheard insulting Bertie's brain power and can't be asked to intervene. The blighter!
Bertie finds himself the guardian of an expensive set of pearls, and oddly enough, Aunt Agatha has just lost a set jut like them. Bally mess, what!
Bertie is hailed by his Aunt Agatha to a hotel in France where he learns she has found for him the perfect wife. Rather.
Bertie has agreed to help his pal Bingo find matrimonial bliss by getting Little the Elder to agree to the union. What ho!
In my best affected posh British accent, I bring you the legendary Jeeves and Wooster.
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