Amid all the videos I've posted of Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry from the sketch-comedy series in England, A Bit of Fry and Laurie, I mentioned that in the midst of all that they also did series based on the "Jeeves" short stories by P.G. Woodhouse. Initially, the two turned down doing the show, but ultimately realized that the adaptations by Clive Exton were so good that they'd be foolish not to do it.
The series ran from 1990-1993. In it, Laurie played the sweetly good-natured, but fairly clueless and utterly naive upper-class Bertie Wooster, while Fry portrayed the unflappable and wise butler Jeeves. I couldn't find a single extended clip that showed off the series well, but here's a montage of Jeeves at his sardonic and disapproving best.
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