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When it comesito snobbery, Hyacinth Bucket isiinia class of her own!
Tireless social climber Hyacinth Bucket puts her best foot forward in the second season of this wildly popular high-class comedy's premiere season. Hyacinth busies herself performing selfless acts of charity for the lower classes (including her sisters), doling out invaluable advice to her husband Richard, and acting the adoring eldest daughter to her incapacitated Daddy, yet still she finds the time to keep her neighbors on edge by hosting insufferable morning coffees and candlelight suppers.
The Name is Bouquet: B-U-C-K-E-T
Hyacinth Bucket will go to manic lengths to ensure that even the most routine daily event is just so, much to the chagrin of husband Richard and neighbor Elizabeth.
Welcoming the Dishy Vicar
Hyacinth has asked the new vicar to tea and, in her usual meticulous fashion, she has organized the event down to the last lump of sugar. But when it comes to the life of Hyacinth, things are bound to go awry.
Visiting an Acquaintance's Stately Home
Hyacinth looks forward to soaking up a little culture at her favorite stately home. But the fantasy she enjoys while touring the estate is preempted by her larger-than-life family.
A Fate Worse Than Senility
Hyacinth's altruistic acts at the charity shop are interrupted when she takes on the responsibility of saving Daddy from a "fate worse than senility"-marriage.
Our Daisy and Her Toy Boy
Hyacinth's social standing, along with her Royal Doulton hand-painted periwinkle china, is jeopardized at a church function when Daisy tries to get Onslow's attention with an envy-inducing young lad.
How To Manage A Family Christening
Hyacinth enjoys a quiet family christening-for a few moments at least, until pandemonium breaks loose and proves once again that social functions are best left to be planned by her
as well as hilarious outtake bloopers and cast bios.