idle rich problems

As Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse teaches us, they clearly have them. It’s hard out here for a duke. This is a glorious dramatization (and not just for the dashing Britain-meets-Harlem jazz scenes) and American and British clash of adventures of famed duo, Jeeves and Wooster. Entertainingly here: Inheritances and revocations; start-ups and austerity; novelists and chicken farms; deathbeds and reverses; boarding houses and Stuyvesant flats; pinstripes and pajamas; pay-to-play and beat police; and the inimitably curative and world’s finest manservant.

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