"The Inimitable Jeeves" gathers a group of loosely related stories
originally published in the "smart" magazines of the 1920s like
"The Strand" and "Cosmopolitan." These stories find wealthy airhead
Bertie Wooster and his save-the-day butler Jeeves at their comic
best. Many of the stories involve Bertie's equally distracted pal
Bingo Little, who doubles Jeeves' workload by getting in and out of
countless momentary love affairs and scheming to get his uncle to
increase his allowance. The cast expands with witty appearances by
Bertie's nettlesome cousins, Claude and Eustace; a duplicitous
bookmaker named Steggles; and of course Bertie's beloved battleaxe
Aunt Agatha, who's determined that Bertie must marry and she would
prefer to pick the bride, thank you. Martin Jarvis expertly
impersonates these whimsical characters, making "The Inimitable
Jeeves" one of the funniest additions to Wodehouse's canon of audio
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