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Keeping Up Appearances: A Fate Worse Than Senility

The episode begins with Hyacinth harassing the postman and asking about a letter from her son. She then goes inside and begins to help Richard get ready for work. 539 more words

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Keeping Up Appearances: Visiting an Acquaintance's Stately Home

The episode begins with Hyacinth and Richard getting ready to go out. They are off to a stately home but Hyacinth talks about how she should also visit her father. 668 more words

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Keeping Up Appearances: Welcoming the Dishy Vicar

The episode begins with Hyacinth telephoning a local bakery. She eagerly announces that she needs to place a large order because she is having the new vicar over “for tea and light refreshments.” Despite the fact that it is Saturday and the bakery is busy Hyacinth insists upon delivery of 6 cream cakes, to which the bakery hangs up upon discovering that the cakes are the extent of her “large order.” 645 more words

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Keeping Up Appearances: The Name is Bouquet: B-U-C-K-E-T

Keeping Up Appearances is a British sitcom from the nineties with half hour episodes and a few longer specials. These episodes will be reviewed in the order that they appear on Netflix, which is mostly in order but some of the specials may be a bit out of order, however this has no bearing on the plot. 753 more words

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Keeping Up Appearances Filming Locations

Locations:

117 Heather Road, Binley Woods, Coventry, Warwickshire, England, UK (hyacinth’s House)

Google Maps Co-ordinates: 52.392556, -1.415224

3 Michell Close, Stoke Aldermoor, Coventry, West Midlands, England, UK… 16 more words

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Sounds Familiar

“It’s my sister Violet! She’s the one with the Mercedes, swimming pool and room for a pony.” – Hyacinth Bucket (Patricia Routledge), Keeping Up Appearances

Sounds Familiar

An Anti-Hyacinth

There used to be a TV show called Keeping up Appearances starring the great comic actress Patricia Routledge. It was the BBC’s most exported show of all time, so it’s possible that readers in other parts of the world will have seen at least some episodes. 900 more words

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