Keeping Up Appearances
Hyacinth aims to advise and educate the nation on gracious living, lit by candlelight suppers.
Hyacinth is convinced that Emmet is only too shy to offer her a part in his musical.
Hyacinth invites Emmet for coffee and then bursts into impromptu snatches of 1920s musicals.
Hyacinth is most excited about attending a country house sale and "mingling with the aristocracy."
Hyacinth decides that instead of her usual gift to Richard of slippers, he should received skis.
Richard forgets their anniversary and Hyacinth anticipates a gift which he has not bought her.
Hyacinth purchases yachting gear and prepares a "nautical light buffet" for her weekend cruise.
Hyacinth gives Richard a video camera and tells him to "be artistic," because he needs a hobby.
Hyacinth declares that she cannot stand snobbery, people trying to pretend they are superior.
Hyacinth borrows a cottage in the country for the weekend and meticulously plans a barbecue.
Hyacinth decides to take Daddy out for a picnic, but Daddy decides that he will take her car!
Hyacinth may yet become the Barbara Cortland of the West Midland social scene. She aims to advise ...