A book containing scandalous information about the upper crust has been stolen.
An African tribal totem is believed to have cursed the Bassetts.
Bertie's new moustache causes trouble; Jeeves help Aunt Agatha retrieve her pawned pearl necklace.
Bingo Little seeks Bertie's help with his romance; Honoria Glossop renews her pursuit of Bertie.
Bertie arranges a meeting between millionaires; a jealous man fears Bertie has designs on his betrothed.
Bertie commissions a portrait of Aunt Agatha from a young New York artist.
Bertie's old pal Bingo pretends to be a Bolshevik to woo a woman.
Sir Watkyn Bassett's scandalous memoirs threaten to tarnish reputations.
Romantic intrigue enmeshes Bertie upon his return from New York.
Bertie helps an artist and a young man whose passion is theater.
Desperate friends drag Bertie into webs of deception.
Hoping to escape Aunt Agatha, Jeeves and Wooster set sail for New York.
Bertie, tired of his daily routine, thinks children will relieve his loneliness.
Chivalrous Bertie protects Pauline Stoker from a mysterious pursuer.
Bertie's trombone playing makes Jeeves give his notice.
Bertie and Jeeves concoct schemes to reunite estranged lovers.
Aunt Dahlia urges Bertie to give out prizes at a grammar school.
Bertie and Wingo bet on competitors at Village Sports Day.
Bertie falls for wily Bobbie Wickham; Tuppy drops Angela after becoming infatuated with an opera singer.
New valet Jeeves helps Bertie Wooster evade matrimony.