Romantic entanglements are complicated by a unique silver cow creamer that is desired by both Bertie's Uncle Thomas and his rival, Judge Sir Watkyn Bassett. Sir Watkyn purchases the creamer by telling the shopkeeper, falsely, that Thomas had sent him. Bertie's Aunt Dahlia and friend "Stiffy" Byng both want him to steal the creamer for different reasons, but Judge Sir Watkyn has already sentenced him once (for stealing a bobby's helmet) and he doesn't want to go to jail.
Did You Know?
This episode and s2e2 are an adaption of the 1946 novel "Joy in The Morning aka Jeeves in The Morning". Wodehouse's satirical take on Black Shorts after his German internment. See more
When Stephanie and Madeline fall back on the sofa laughing about Spode's knees, it's clear from the angle that Madeline holds her teacup and saucer that they are glued together and the cup is empty. See more
Stephanie 'Stiffy' Byng
Bertie, I think you're a pig!
A pig, maybe, but a shrewd, level-headed pig, a pig who was not born yesterday and who has seen a thing or two.