Keeping Up Appearances

Series 2

Series 2, Episode 1 - A Strange Man

4.0 4 x
Sitcom. Whilst Hyacinth lectures the milkman, she spies a man in Liz's house. She misunderstands the situation, and devises a plan involving Richard to flush him out.
Series 1

Series 1, Episode 6 - The Christening

4.0 2 x
Sitcom about a snobbish housewife and her long-suffering husband. Hyacinth quite enjoys a family christening - except when it is Daisy's family.

The Father Christmas Suit

3.0 6 x
Seasonal special of the sitcom. Hyacinth decides that Richard should help distribute gifts to the old folk at the church hall dressed as Father Christmas.
Series 1

Series 1, Episode 5 - Daisy's Toyboy

4.0 6 x
Sitcom about a snobbish housewife. Hyacinth's social standing at a church function is jeopardised when Daisy tries to encourage Onslow to become more ardent.

Series 1, Episode 4 - The Charity Shop

3.0 3 x
Hyacinth is at her wits' end, what with the charity shop, Councillor Nugent and Rose's love life. Can she cope and keep the flag flying, as well as her sanity?

Series 1, Episode 3 - Stately Home

3.0 3 x
Sitcom about a snobbish housewife. Hyacinth is looking forward to visiting her favourite stately home, but the trip goes wrong when her family become involved.

Series 1, Episode 2 - The New Vicar

4.0 11 x
Sitcom. Hyacinth has asked the new vicar to tea and - in her usual meticulous way - she has organised the event down to the last sugar lump. Events take a sudden turn.

Series 1, Episode 1 - Daddy's Accident

3.0 7 x
The first episode of the comedy series about fastidious housewife Hyacinth Bucket sees Hyacinth's father have a nasty accident with a milk bottle.

1994 Christmas Special

4.0 37 x
Sitcom. Richard has an unsavoury foot infection. Meanwhile, a desire for a new kitchen gives Hyacinth an opportunity to perform some interesting experiments in the showroom.

New Car

Expired 3.0 38 x
Comedy at the expense of that outrageous snob Hyacinth Bucket. Hyacinth decides that a new car is in order and aims rather higher than most people - much to Richard's horror.
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