Full Episode Jeeves and Wooster S01 E1 In court after the boat race

I found that this complete episode where missing for this eminent serie here on You Tube, And as I am convinced that you very much would like to watch this episode in full. I decided to upload the episode in question for your pleasure. Enjoy ladies and gentlemen! I don't own the rights to this video.

Michael Andrews
Casting Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry for these roles was genius.
God I need a Jeeves in my life!
eve van kaathoven
Do you think Jeeves and Mary Poppins were hired out from the same agency? They're both practically perfect in every way...
Shane Fell
I still remember there was an episode of Blackadder Goes Forth (set during the first World War), General Melchett (Fry) tells Lieutenant George (Laurie) "Your Uncle Bertie sends his regards. I told him you could have a week off in April. Don't want you missing the boat race, now, do we?" Well played.
Reid Butler
10:49 "SHE WILL MOULD YOU." "I don't want to be moulded. I'm not a jelly." "THAT IS A MATTER OF OPINION."
Evan Hadkins
I love this whole series. And this episode is one of my favourites. Hugh Lawrie and Stephen Fry get the characters exactly. They've done for Wodehouse what David Suchet did for Agatha Christie's Poirot.
"How would you ever support a wife, Mr. Wooster?" "Well, it depends on whose wife it was; I would say a...gentle pressure beneath the left elbow when crossing a busy street normally fills the bill!"
Bull Cedar
Hugh Laurie was Bertie, was the fop in Black Adder....Then went and became House...Amazing talent.
Grant Hurlburt
"Do you, uh, work, Mr. Wooster?".  "Well, I've known a few people who work. Boko Fiddleworth almost had a job once".
Shriya Deshmukh
"I don't think I've ever been to Kensington." "Yes, you have. You're mother lives there."
Mysterious Squirrel
It's hard to believe but, the world is full of Bertie Woosters and most of them end up in Government.
I'm pretty sure this is how most Americans imagine the entire British population lives today :P I kid, I kid...
@George Anderson, thank you so much for uploading these! Jeeves and Wooster always puts a smile on my face when I read the books, and Ive been looking everywhere online for the series. very kind of you- and much appreciated! like if you agree!
Thank you so much for uploading these videos for us!  I haven't a clue where I'd find them otherwise!  Bless you!
Steven Fry is exceptional in this role.
Terry Turner
thoroughly enjoyed it but it stopped me attending to other more important matters
araya soma
do you always have breakfast at this hour mr Wooster ? good lord no, only if i get up early, lol
Barnaby ap Robert
*HOW* in Heaven's name did this perfect version of P.G. Wodehouse's brilliance get 258 thumbs *DOWN* ?
Zinwell Trapp
Capital upload dear boy
Medic Webber
Jeeves is so perfect!! He HAS to say: "Sir". Even when commanded by his master not to say it during the song, he silently mouths it-just to remain proper. lol. Great moment in the show.
gaurav borkar
If I ever could create a artificial intelligence like Jarvis I would give him Stephen frys voice
So starts my trek with Wooster and Jeeves
Alana Ronald
I say, jolly good of you to post this, what? What fun! Thanks awfully, old chap.  (or young chap, as the case may be...)
If I ever win the lottery, I want a Jeeves.
Sarah Gayda
"Not the nephew crusher!" The absolute horror in their voices is hilarious
M .Morgan
When my son and daughter were young their mother had to frequently fly off to attend international conferences for a few days. With Mum away we would go out to get some (usually forbidden) takeaway food, then rush home to snuggle up on the big sofa and watch Jeeves and Wooster. Quite proud of the fact that my son still knows Roderick Spode's secret and the meaning of Eulily over 20 years later.
Roxana Haloiu
do you know everything? "I really don't know, sir! "
The music & animation  leading in to the drama is perfectly fitted. Jeeves has been my guiding light for over 75 years. Like Mark Twain, Wodehouse knew that a smile can convince  more than a frown.
Cant deny how damn handsome stephen is
Larry Paris
What a great production. In every way. Script, acting, actors, music, scenes.  Thank you for sharing!  Larry, Taiwan
Nancy Cousintine
Stephen and Hugh are so cute :)
Inura Facititia
Unlike most piano-playing folks on television - Wooster/Laurie - can play the Best of the Best piano tunes.  "Minnie the Moocher" to Beethoven - and he does it All effortlessly. 
let me talk to someone with a brain.
Martin Mills
What a devastating opening volley form Aunt Agatha, there. "Bertie: It is young men like you who make a person with the future of the race at heart despair."
Kellyanne Ortega
I've been so drunk that I couldn't speak before either lol
Jim Griffin
Remember seeing these when they first aired......we laughed and laughed...... all the more important now.
Aynge Mackay
The nephew crusher?? LOLLLLL
LillyAnne T
Being rich looks like so much fun.
John King
This first aired on Sunday 22nd April 1990 - 29 years ago this week, as I type this on Tuesday 23rd April 2019. WOW!
Paul White
I do believe , I've found my new profession...wastrel
James van der Hoorn
I'm lucky to have some Wodehouses on the shelf that I haven't read yet!
Ms. Roma I am Shalom Matthews
I'm not trying to change how YouTube works. Many videos suggested for me, either I've seen already or I've got in watch later, my data's gone wm
Mairwen 99
Dearest George Andersson, thank you from the bottom of my heart for this episode which I had indeed not yet seen. You have transformed a dull evening into a hilarious one. If you haven't yet read the books, I'm sure you would enjoy them. Many thanks again for this upload.
Gary Cooper
“Bertie’s a wastrel.” “Oh, goodie!” Gotta love that Wodehouse!
"...pushing cheeky young blighters off bridges..." ...ah, for the lost pastimes of the upper classes.
Nellie Olsen
In an alternate universe, an elderly Wooster is taken to see Dr. House by Jeeves....it would have been glorious....
John Cole
The actress who played Honoria was stupendous. We have to face it -- the English tradition produces very good actors while Hollywood does Stars! very well.
Robert Brookes
British favourites: Jeeves & Wooster, Blackadder and Blandings.
Rick Jones
This is so cool to see a young “House!”🤓
Peter Zelchenko
A big-budget BBC-style production, they spent a lot of money on the details. Has the energy of the books, the themes, but the protagonists are almost nothing like those described by Wodehouse. That's a cardinal sin. Particularly Jeeves. First of all, he is fat and old -- but they just couldn't resist. Secondly, he was with his charge since childhood. Thirdly, and related to these two deep flaws, they sitcom'ed it: to take a complex convolution like interspersed marriage proposals (Heavy Weather) and simplify it into a 50-minute show, you just have to have Jeeves and friends do some overly simplistic, obvious deus ex machina to save the day. Good thing you got the superficial stuff right, like the opulent set and quality supporting cast. Because you screwed up the important stuff.
PJ Svenska
I say! Smashing!
"Minnie the Moocher" scene is gold
if ever an adaptation was frightfully pip-ho, this is that adaptation. the whole series is an impeccable salute to wodehouse. thanks ever so, george old chap, for sharing!
And now having had Jeeves pronounce "valet" correctly with the "t" at the end for me, I shall never again be intimidated in to saying "vah-LAY parking."  
Mairwen 99
at 41:00 very very unprofessional of the Glossops to talk about Sir Roderick's patients ...!!!
Shreya Shandilaya
Don't we all have an aunt Agatha in our families ? Hahaha
David Mellish
Boko Fiddleorth almost had a job once lol
Rajiv Jadhav
Is it getting chilly in here Jeevs?? Lol well remark after dawning on his engagement news
Yasmin Naik
I have been in awe of P.G. Wodehouse since the first time I read one of his books in the sixties. Sheer genius!
I first saw this on a pre-owned VHS tape which was already pretty worn, so at 20:20 I couldn't see the door handle, and I always thought Jeeves used a secret passage, and Bertie's look after was his surprise that there was a door there
Agnes Labuschagne
Most Enjoyable. Best thing I've seen since The Black Adder serries
Jalex Fine
I love how Jeeves rolls by that umbrella like a smooth boss. "They see me rollin'."
Men's costumes are fantastic in this show! You don't see this kind of quality and fit anymore.
Bevan Miller
I'm left wondering who would be ignorant enough to be one of the 54 who voted this down?
Fredrik Larsson
I sincerely hope The Britons are in complete understanding of the love and affection we all hold to their nation. Nowhere else in the world had anything of the sort like Wooster and Jeeves been possible. I believe I was ten when I first read P. G. Wodehouse and had tremendous fun, though half of things passed me by. It was an immediate love affair which never have faded, but rather been fueld on by Agatha Christie, Arthur Conan Doyle, Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman and, the last years, G. K. Chesterton and the C. S. Lewis' writings beyond Narnia. Now, I translate the, in Sweden more or less unknown, Chesterton into our native tongue. Some strange how, the wisest author and funniest philosopher of all times never was read here except for Father Brown and the biographies of St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Francis of Assissi. Such a quirky and complex society with its firm foundations in history and tradition is a neverending source of opportunities for comedy. Britain has always been in the forefront of industrial development, had the best educations and the greatest thinkers but also the huge lower class... no wonder Britain has the best sitcoms, with Wooster and Jeeves as one of the oldest. I do aporeciate the huge benefits of development, and getting rid of true poverty and real slum areas, but I can't help loving old money, smokey pubs, diesel stinking Route Masters, Compton Cinema Organs, Harris' Tweed, 8 oz. of tea, tempered amber ale, steak and kidney pie, eel in jelly, Jowett Javelins, Commer knockers, bangers, chip shops and the incredible Napier Deltic. And all of this from a nation that didn't learn to build houses with insulated floors and double glazing until in the eighties. I am also totally convinced of that constitutional monarchy is the best way of keeping democracy healthy. In a world going utterly bonkers we need Old England to remain a part of our mental landscape. A refuge from reality, no doubt, but it is one of the things which will keep us sane. And nothing better in it as two such genuinly complete characters as Wooster and Jeeves. So God save The Queen, The BBC and Good Old England. We Owe You so much.
Roger J Hampson
'I had a dog once called Melba because he used to sit so close to the fire' love it! I think the first series and this episode in particular captures the essence of the original books better than subsequent series did.
Wondrous! Even the graphics are absolutely sterling!
Tim E
"I was given to understand that you require a valet... ...very good , sir."
bilder digital
When I read the books I imagined Jeeves voice exactly as Stephen Fry's.
Mr Purser
How would you ever support a wife?...A gentle pressure under the left elbow when crossing the street...lol
Adikshith Ojha
"the last one used to pinch his socks" anyone else get the reference?
Vidhu Shekhar Chaturvedi
Do you know PGW is as popular in India as anywhere else ?
there are similarities in the opening scenes when Berty meets Jeeves and when Bilbo encounters Gandalf in the Hobbit.. Its the end of world as they know it :-)
When Aunt Agatha names Honoria as his prospective bride, and he leaps up from his chair, shouting, "NO!" i laughed my head off.
Oh lovely to have these back again!
"Oh, Bertie!" straight out of a cartoon 30:15
Dindin Private
Thank you George Andersson!
Par N
Jolly good moving picture I daresay , ole boy .
M Munroe
A brilliant episode in a fantastic series with unrivalled performances by every actor in every scene. One of my favourite go-to resources if I'm feeling low as it has me in stitches in no time. Thank you for sharing.
John E McCormick
I constantly have envisions of Monty Python's: "UPPER-CLASS TWIT OF THE YEAR" COMPETIONS
Oskar Libelle
If i was a millionaire, i'd ask Mr. Fry to pose as my butler for a week
So all it takes to get rid of a hangover is cognac with an egg? I'll keep that in mind :)
No ifs, no buts. He forgot no or's. Boat Race, get it?
gerald moore
Jonathan Hall
34:54 "the last one tried to pinch his socks" Blackadder
Audible has some of the books dramatized. Michael Horden (Jeeves), and Richard Briers (Bertie) are an absolute delight with their dramatizations. They carry on the same vein as Hugh Laurie and S. Frye.
To think that at today's pace this episode could be 24 minutes long...
axel valle
Thanks for sharing it, first time watching this show I like it!!
Daniela Huguet Taylor
This is what I'm (re)watching today. I highly recommend at least the first 7 1/2 minutes. Also, you may recognise the protagonists. ;-) It hits the spot quite nicely. One of the best adaptations of a book (series) that I've ever seen, _and_ my second favourite author to boot!
Rajna S
Genius. This can never be improved. Perfection 👌🏼
Dave Foster
Getting drunk so you can't speak must be such an achievement put it on your CV!
† Nicola Dâlpheusse †
Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry and I didn't know this existed??? :O Thank you so much for uploading!
Random American here loving the hell out of this.
39:13  lmao at the way Jeeves sings back XD 
Thanks for uploading. The nephew crusher lol
Hefty Alan
What ho - An absolute classic with a perfect cast
120 people would rather have the "sir" at the end of every line.
Teddy Kissinger
Will that be all sir?
Lozibiza resident
Pure gold! Casting these two was a stroke of genius and Hugh Laurie is extremely handsome!
Stephen Fry is so cute in this!