It is regularly repeated worldwide. Guest-starring as the car salesman, John Pennington as the sergeant, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited. Then Onslow's car breaks down outside her house, and Richard is brought home in a police car. This episode sees Hyacinth learn that her Daddy is in hospital after falling off his bicycle nude, chasing the milkwoman. Mawsby, and Andrew Bicknell and Caroline Strong as the customers. While checking out property Richard gets stuck in an attic and Hyacinth is chased by some sheep. When Hyacinth does finally meet the Commodore, she is unprepared for his attempts at seduction.
Guest-starring Bruce Montague as His Lordship, David Simeon as the auctioneer, David Ashford as his assistant, Jessica James as Mrs. Written by Goofs In most episodes following the introduction of Emmet, he is frequently seen to stare out the side living room window of Elizabeth's house at the assorted goings-on next-door at Hyacinth's. Guest-starring as the postman and Jeremy Gittins as the vicar. A Christmas special aired on Wednesday 25 December 1991. Midgeley, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited.
East, Tricia Thorns as Mrs. Emmet is enraged when Hyacinth ends up rehearsing a performance for the old people at the Church Hall with him, and a tranquilized Rose arrives at the scene wanting to become a nun. Guest-starring David Janson as the postman, as Mr. Rose and her latest boyfriend help hunt for him, not realizing that their suggestive conversation is being broadcast throughout the neighbourhood. Guest starring Brendan O'Hea as the missionary, Simon Merrick as the committee chairman, Robert Bain as the committee member, Helen Christie as the registrar and George Webb as Daddy uncredited.
Patricia Routledge can't be more perfect as Hyacinth Bucket, the charming and altogether frightening definition of an English lady, despite her mediocre financial status. This is a British comedy to end all comedies. Meanwhile, Daisy is convinced that Onslow is seeing another woman, so Rose gives Daisy a makeover to make her look more attractive for Onslow. Guest starring Ivor Danvers as Richard's boss, Robert Rawles as the milkman, and as Roger. Meanwhile, a freshly-dumped Rose locks herself in her room and calls for the vicar.
Councillor Nugent arrives to return some unsuitable underwear donations to the donor: Rose. » The dry humour of the Brits has no problem mixing up the slapstick in Keeping Up Appearances, a delicious series poking fun at the social graces of upper crust English society in the eyes of a lowly middle-class British wife. Hyacinth's passion for flawless entertaining unnerves her neighbor Elizabeth, who is often invited to the Bucket home for coffee. Centred on the life of eccentric, social-climbing snob Hyacinth Bucket, the sitcom follows her obsessive and determined attempts to impress in middle class society and portray herself as more affluent than she truly is. Guest starring Jeremy Gittins as the vicar, Marion Barron as the vicar's wife, as the man in the phonebox, Anna Dawson as Violet, John Evitts as Bruce, Jenny Morton, Alexandra Howard, and Anna Bolt as the dancers, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited.
Guest-starring Denis Bond as the estate agent, Barrie Gosney as the yokel, and Liz Daniels as his wife. Her hopes disintegrate when a arrives. The image is complete with Daisy's slob of a husband Onslo, who dispenses his frank advice with racous results. The chances for conflict between Hyacinth's goal as a social mistress and her bourgeois reality are infinite, and the laugh track doesn't lie when Hyacinth is caught between a rock and a hard place - more often literally than figuratively. Adding to her dilemma are the amorous intentions of the Major.
Guest-starring David Janson as the postman, Robert Rawles as the milkman, Helen Dorward as the visitor, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited. Benedict, the manager of the local garden centre, walking his dog in the park; upon hearing this, Hyacinth is ecstatic and realises that she has seen C. Additionally, a special was aired on Friday 24 November 1995. Guest starring Clovissa Newcombe as the cashier and Paul Williamson as C. Guest-starring as the youth, Jeremy Gittins as the vicar, Robert Rawles as the milkman, Jeanne Mockford as Mrs. Guest starring as His Lordship, Eric Carte as the car-park attendant, as the angry woman, Les Clack and Stella Kemball as Stately Home visitors, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited. Dobson, Linda James and Pamela Abbott as ladies at church, and Ian Burford as the neighbour.
Guest-starring David Janson as the postman, Kyle Wicks as the boy, Ivor Danvers as the Town Hall official, and Jean Harvey as Mrs. Meanwhile, Daddy has gone missing again. Note: this is the first major appearance of Violet. Meanwhile Onslow, Daisy, and Rose turn up with Daddy, who believes he is back in the , and he takes command when Richard's repair efforts end in disaster. Meanwhile, Daddy has gone missing again and a stranger has taken over his bed.
Fortescue, Leonard Lowe as the pub customer, and Michael Burrell as the neighbour. Cooper-Bassett, Rita Davies as Mrs. Last episode with as Rose; and Bruce and Violet make a cameo in the episode - their first appearance, although they're played by uncredited actors. Then the mother and child don't turn up, and Hyacinth and Richard go searching for them. Guest-starring Robert Rawles as the milkman, John Waterhouse as his assistant and Ian Burford as the neighbour. These were released with the 2006 boxset. Guest-starring as Daddy's fiancée, as Mrs.
As usual her plans of perfection are shattered, this time because a dredger dumps dirt in her chosen location. So she decides to hold 'pre-lunch cocktails' at her home to impress the neighbours as she departs in the luxury vehicle. The series currently airs in the United States on Cartoon Network, as of January 7, 2008, and in Canada on Teletoon, as of September 8, 2006. Braddock, and Colin Stepney as His Lordship's servant. After deciding on a better idea, Hyacinth finds that most of the female guests have exactly the same costume she has! Hyacinth invites Elizabeth and Emmet for afternoon cucumber sandwiches, but bump into them on their way there, and Hyacinth tries to give the impression that she can ride a horse.