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** Interestingly, his name actually appears in ''every single episode'', as the RSVP card Hyacinth prepares in the title sequence is made out to "Major & Mrs. Wilton-Smythe".

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** Interestingly, his name actually appears in ''every single episode'', as the RSVP card Hyacinth prepares in the title sequence is made out to "Major & Mrs. Wilton-Smythe".Wilton Smythe".

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** Interestingly, his name actually appears in ''every single episode'', as the RSVP card Hyacinth prepares in the title sequence is made out to "Major & Mrs. Wilton-Smythe".

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** Hyacinth is a very British character in that respect. Arthur Lowe’s iconic portrayal of Captain Mainwaring has a lot of that sort of self-conscious self-importance about him, but was actually quite brave when it came to it. David Jason’s portrayal of Del-boy Trotter was mostly of a failure with ideas above his station, but with a strong sense of responsibility - he had mostly brought up Rodney due to their father’s failures, and it never occurred to him to desert Raquel when she fell unexpectedly pregnant.


* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Hyacinth has a strong tendency to call a spade something entirely more elegant: some memorable examples include "waterside supper with riparian entertainment" (which everyone else calls a "riverside pique-nique"), and "distributing gifts to the poor". It's sometimes made fun of (you know, even more than usual) when she needs to describe something but struggles to come up with expressions worth her standing.

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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Hyacinth has a strong tendency to call a spade something entirely more elegant: some memorable examples include "waterside supper with riparian entertainment" (which she had to actually look up in the dictionary to find the fancies words for, and everyone else calls a "riverside pique-nique"), and "distributing gifts to the poor". It's sometimes made fun of (you know, even more than usual) when she needs to describe something but struggles to come up with expressions worth her standing.


* HiddenDepths: Look very carefully at the covers of the books Onslow is seen reading in bed in some of the later episodes. They are mostly graduate physics textbooks, implying he is more intelligent than he lets on - ([[BrilliantButLazy not that this makes him interested in pursuing steady employment]]).

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* HiddenDepths: Look very carefully at the covers of the books Onslow is seen reading in bed in some of the later episodes. They are mostly graduate physics textbooks, implying he is more intelligent than he lets on - ([[BrilliantButLazy not that this makes him interested in pursuing steady employment]]).


* TheGhost: Hyacinth and Richard's son Sheridan, who is mentioned in almost every episode, and who phones regularly to ask for money, yet is never actually seen. Also, Elizabeth's husband, who is working abroad, which has led some in the KUA fandom to question whether or not Elizabeth even has a husband. Hyacinth's other sister Violet, who is married to "turf accountant" Bruce, started out as a ghost but became an occasional on-screen character for the final season.

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* TheGhost: TheGhost:
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Hyacinth and Richard's son Sheridan, who Sheridan is mentioned in almost every episode, and who phones regularly to ask for money, yet is never actually seen. Also, seen.
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Elizabeth's husband, who is working abroad, in Saudi Arabia, which has led some in the KUA fandom to question whether or not Elizabeth even has a husband. She also has a daughter, Gail, who is away at university and lives with a fellow student named Harold; the fact that they are living together but not married attracts Hyacinth's disdain.
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Hyacinth's other sister Violet, who is married to "turf accountant" Bruce, started out as a ghost but became an occasional on-screen character for the final season.


* TheAllegedCar: Onslow's beat-up '78 Ford Cortina (the one that runs - barely).

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* TheAllegedCar: Onslow's beat-up '78 Ford Cortina (the one that runs - barely). The one in their front garden is a few steps beyond "alleged".



* ClipShow: ''The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket'' (rare for a British Show). It's also unique as it was produced directly for the American market and broadcast on PBS complete with breaks so that PBS stations airing the program could take time out to ask for viewer support.

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* ClipShow: ''The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket'' (rare for a British Show).show). It's also unique as it was produced directly for the American market and broadcast on PBS complete with breaks so that PBS stations airing the program could take time out to ask for viewer support.



* CoitusEnsues: Once, between Daisy and Onslow, [[MakingLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces in a wrong place]].

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* CoitusEnsues: Once, between Daisy and Onslow, [[MakingLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces in a wrong place]]. Also Rose and Mister Finchley, who's helping Rose find her father while driving a van with loudspeakers.



* GoldDigger: Hyacinth ''encourages'' this behavior in others, pointing out the advantages of Violet's husband Bruce's new Mercedes (and the large house with the swimming pool and room for a pony) when Violet muses splitting off from Bruce. She also tries to help Rose land a rich husband, although very few of her beaus are ever wealthy - it's just Hyacinth's social climbing-colored glasses getting in the way.

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* GoldDigger: Hyacinth ''encourages'' this behavior in others, pointing out the advantages of Violet's husband Bruce's new Mercedes (and the large house with the swimming pool pool, sauna, and room for a pony) when Violet muses splitting off from Bruce. She also tries to help Rose land a rich husband, although very few of her beaus are ever wealthy - it's just Hyacinth's social climbing-colored glasses getting in the way.



** Hyacinth's sister and brother-in-law, Violet and Bruce, are often mentioned during the first four series. However, Violet is never seen while Bruce makes occasional [[HeWhoMustNotBeHeard nonspeaking cameos]], often doing something that embarrasses Hyacinth. This is averted in the final series when they become recurring characters.
* HeroicBSOD: The one time Richard ever dares to speak up to her, Hyacinth shuts down completely and mindlessly does what he asks without protest, even opening the door to her side of the car ''herself'' rather than wait for Richard to open it for her as she always does... for a little while (bystanders, who either knew Hyacinth or happened to witness her immediate behavior, applauded and suggested Richard deserved a medal).
* HiddenDepths: Look very carefully at the covers of the books Onslow is seen reading in bed in some of the later episodes. They are mostly graduate physics textbooks, implying he is more intelligent than he lets on ([[BrilliantButLazy not that this makes him interested in pursuing steady employment]]).

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** Hyacinth's sister and brother-in-law, Violet and Bruce, are often mentioned during the first four series. However, Violet is never seen while Bruce makes occasional [[HeWhoMustNotBeHeard nonspeaking or minimal dialogue cameos]], often doing something that embarrasses Hyacinth. This is averted in the final series when they become recurring characters.
* HeroicBSOD: The one time Richard ever dares to speak up to her, Hyacinth shuts down completely and mindlessly does what he asks without protest, even opening the door to her side of the car ''herself'' rather than wait for Richard to open it for her as she always does... for a little while (bystanders, while.(A bystander, who either knew Hyacinth or happened to witness had been on the receiving end of her immediate behavior, applauded and usual behaviour, suggested Richard deserved a medal).
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* HiddenDepths: Look very carefully at the covers of the books Onslow is seen reading in bed in some of the later episodes. They are mostly graduate physics textbooks, implying he is more intelligent than he lets on - ([[BrilliantButLazy not that this makes him interested in pursuing steady employment]]).



* HouseWife: Hyacinth, Elizabeth, Daisy and Violet.

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* HouseWife: Hyacinth, Elizabeth, Daisy Daisy, and Violet.



* {{Jerkass}}: Hyacinth. She does veer into JerkWithAHeartOfGold territory, albeit very rarely. The 1991 ChristmasEpisode is a good example, in which she invites all her friends and family around for a party, regardless of their social status. And for all her oppressive treatment of Richard, she does [[WellIntentionedExtremist at least mean well usually]] and treats him an affectionate demeanor despite her demands. [[UnwantedAssistance Naturally, this usually only came to bite Richard in the back]] (for example, she turned down a high potential job opportunity because she didn't have the heart to leave him at home all alone, he is coherently sobbing). She also is shown to have a resented love for her slobbish relatives (particularly 'Daddy').

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* {{Jerkass}}: Hyacinth. She does veer into JerkWithAHeartOfGold territory, albeit very rarely. The 1991 ChristmasEpisode is a good example, in which she invites all her friends and family around for a party, regardless of their social status. And for all her oppressive treatment of Richard, she does [[WellIntentionedExtremist at least mean well usually]] and treats him an affectionate demeanor despite her demands. [[UnwantedAssistance Naturally, this usually only came to bite Richard in the back]] (for back]]; for example, she turned down a high potential job opportunity because she didn't have the heart to leave him at home all alone, he is leaving him coherently sobbing).sobbing. She also is shown to have a resented love for her slobbish relatives (particularly 'Daddy').



* MissingMom: Daddy is a widower- and that's all the info we get.

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* MissingMom: Daddy is a widower- widower - and that's all the info we get.



* NotThisOneThatOne: Hyacinth has rented a boat, and she is delighted with the beautiful yacht she thinks it is; then it turns out to be the floating nutshell next to it. Her solution? Let's move it a bit further, it will look better on its own. It would have helped if either she or Richard had actually known how to steer the thing.

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* NotThisOneThatOne: Hyacinth has rented and Richard are borrowing a boat, yacht, and she is delighted with the beautiful yacht she thinks it is; then it turns out to be the floating nutshell next to it. Her solution? Let's move it a bit further, it will look better on its own. It would have helped if either she or Richard had actually known how to steer the thing.



* ReluctantRetiree: Richard Bucket, mostly because he'll then have to spend more time with his wife. One of the jokes in the pilot is people congratulating Richard on his upcoming retirement... only to then immediately switch to condolences as they realize what this'll mean for him.

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* ReluctantRetiree: Richard Bucket, mostly because he'll then have to spend more time with his wife. One of the jokes in the pilot is people congratulating Richard on his upcoming retirement... only to then immediately switch to condolences as they realize what this'll mean for him.



** Hyacinth's seeming compulsion to constantly namedrop things, such as Sheridan's pearl button collection (which she ''thinks'' is wonderfully valuable), her Royal Doulton porcelain set with the handpainted periwinkles, her sister Violet, "the one with a Mercedes, a pool, and room for a pony", and perhaps most infamously, her "elegant candlelight suppers". Some items or connections appear only in single episodes--one such occasion was in "Country Estate Sale", where Hyacinth ends up buying Dowager Lady Ursula's homemade gooseberry wine, drinking the stuff, and getting the litany more and more wrong each time she mentions it again.

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** Hyacinth's seeming compulsion to constantly namedrop things, such as Sheridan's pearl button collection (which she ''thinks'' is wonderfully valuable), her Royal Doulton porcelain set with the handpainted periwinkles, her sister Violet, "the one with a Mercedes, a swimming pool, sauna, and room for a pony", and perhaps most infamously, her "elegant candlelight suppers". Some items or connections appear only in single episodes--one such occasion was in "Country Estate Sale", where Hyacinth ends up buying Dowager Lady Ursula's homemade gooseberry wine, drinking the stuff, and getting the litany more and more wrong each time she mentions it again.



** Also, Daddy's [[TakeOurWordForIt discreetly off-screen adventures]].

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** Also, Daddy's [[TakeOurWordForIt discreetly off-screen (mostly) adventures]].



* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Hyacinth has a strong tendency to call a spade something entirely more elegant: some memorable examples include "waterside supper with riparian entertainment" (which everyone else calls a "riverside pique-nique"), and "distributing gifts to the poor". It's sometimes made fun of (you know, even more than usually) when she needs to describe something but struggles to come up with expressions worth her standing.

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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Hyacinth has a strong tendency to call a spade something entirely more elegant: some memorable examples include "waterside supper with riparian entertainment" (which everyone else calls a "riverside pique-nique"), and "distributing gifts to the poor". It's sometimes made fun of (you know, even more than usually) usual) when she needs to describe something but struggles to come up with expressions worth her standing.



* WomenAreWiser: Inverted; Richard is a lot nicer, more practical and likable than Hyacinth. He also has the common sense thing going on, while Hyacinth... not so much. The trend continues with Daisy and Rose, who have common sense but are often DistractedByTheSexy, and Michael-the-vicar's wife, who's having trouble understanding why everyone dreads Hyacinth.

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* WomenAreWiser: Inverted; Richard is a lot nicer, more practical and likable than Hyacinth. He also has the common sense thing going on, while Hyacinth... not so much. The trend continues with Daisy and Rose, who have common sense but are often DistractedByTheSexy, and Michael-the-vicar's wife, who's having trouble understanding why everyone dreads Hyacinth.Hyacinth (at first).


Hyacinth's sisters, Daisy and Rose, are both much lower class, with a junked car permanently parked in their front garden. Daisy is a down-to-earth type rather in awe of Hyacinth's pretensions; Rose is the local HardDrinkingPartyGirl whose sex-life provides much of the incidental comedy -- especially her crush on Hyacinth's (very married) [[TheVicar parish vicar]]. Daisy's husband, Onslow, looks like a stereotypical lazy slob, and completely ignores all his wife's amorous efforts, but over the course of the series is revealed -- in comic contrast with Hyacinth -- as an armchair philosopher often seen reading graduate-level texts. He has a sort of survivor's bond with Richard, whom he occasionally tries to "rescue."

Hyacinth has another sister Violet who, in contrast to Daisy and Rose, is very wealthy. Hyacinth even boasts about her to guests when she is on the telephone with her ("[[CatchPhrase It's my sister Violet! She's the one with the Mercedes, sauna, and room for a pony!]]") Despite this, Hyacinth tries to keep at bay the cross-dressing antics of Violet's turf accountant (i.e., bookmaker) husband Bruce. At first [[TheGhost an unseen character]] for most of the show, Violet physically appears a number of times in the last series.

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Hyacinth's sisters, Daisy and Rose, are both much lower class, with a junked car (and resident dog) permanently parked in their front garden. Daisy is a down-to-earth type rather in awe of Hyacinth's pretensions; Rose is the local HardDrinkingPartyGirl whose sex-life provides much of the incidental comedy -- especially her crush on Hyacinth's (very married) [[TheVicar parish vicar]]. Daisy's husband, Onslow, looks like a stereotypical lazy slob, and completely ignores all his wife's amorous efforts, but over the course of the series is revealed -- in comic contrast with Hyacinth -- as an armchair philosopher often seen reading graduate-level texts. He has a sort of survivor's bond with Richard, whom he occasionally tries to "rescue."

Hyacinth has another sister Violet who, in contrast to Daisy and Rose, is very wealthy. Hyacinth even boasts about her to guests when she is on the telephone with her ("[[CatchPhrase It's my sister Violet! She's the one with the Mercedes, sauna, and room for a pony!]]") Despite this, Hyacinth tries to keep at bay the cross-dressing cross-dressing, prostitute-hiring antics of Violet's turf accountant (i.e., bookmaker) husband Bruce. At first [[TheGhost an unseen character]] for most of the show, Violet physically appears a number of times in the last series.


* TheAllegedCar: Onslow's beat-up '78 Ford Cortina (the one that runs. Barely.)

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* TheAllegedCar: Onslow's beat-up '78 Ford Cortina (the one that runs. Barely.)runs - barely).



* AwfulWeddedLife: Zigzagged. In Hyacinth's marriage to Richard; he puts up with a lot, used to her snobbish behaviour and expensive attempts to climb the social ladder. But they do seem to care for each other.

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* AwfulWeddedLife: AwfulWeddedLife:
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Zigzagged. In Hyacinth's marriage to Richard; he puts up with a lot, used to her snobbish behaviour and expensive attempts to climb the social ladder. But they do seem to care for each other.



** "Oh, nice!" (Onslow)
** "Bog off, our Onslow!" (Rose)
** "It's 'Bouquet', dear." (Hyacinth)
** "The Bucket woman!" (The vicar and his wife)
** ''(Answering the phone)'' "The Bouquet residence! The lady of the house speaking!" (Hyacinth)
** "It's my sister Violet. She's the one with a Mercedes, swimming pool, sauna, and room for a pony."
*** "It's my sister Daisy. She's not the one with a Mercedes, swimming pool, sauna, and room for a pony."

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** Onslow's reaction to any sort of setback or remark at his expense is a sarcastic "Oh, nice!" (Onslow)
nice!"
** Rose's riposte to Onslow snarking at her expense (often focusing on her love life) is to snap, "Bog off, our Onslow!" (Rose)
Onslow!"
** Pronounce Hyacinth's name as it appears to be written, and she'll correct you with "It's 'Bouquet', dear." (Hyacinth)
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** Whenever the vicar or his wife see Hyacinth, their reaction is always a terrified "The Bucket woman!" (The vicar and his wife)
woman!"
** ''(Answering Hyacinth invariably answers the phone)'' phone by loudly announcing "The Bouquet Bou-''quet'' residence! The lady of the house speaking!" (Hyacinth)
speaking!"
** Whenever Hyacinth gets a call from Violet, she says to anyone within earshot (usually Elizabeth), "It's my sister Violet. She's the one with a Mercedes, swimming pool, sauna, and room for a pony."
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" Or, if it's Daisy on the phone, "It's my sister Daisy. She's not the one with a Mercedes, swimming pool, sauna, and room for a pony."



* ClipShow: ''The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket'' (Rare for a British Show). It's also unique as it was produced directly for the American market and broadcast on PBS complete with breaks so that PBS stations airing the program could take time out to ask for viewer support.

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* ClipShow: ''The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket'' (Rare (rare for a British Show). It's also unique as it was produced directly for the American market and broadcast on PBS complete with breaks so that PBS stations airing the program could take time out to ask for viewer support.



* HeroicBSOD: The one time Richard ever dares to speak up to her, Hyacinth shuts down completely and mindlessly does what he asks without protest, even opening the door to her side of the car ''herself'' rather than wait for Richard to open it for her as she always does... for a little while (Bystanders, who either knew Hyacinth or happened to witness her immediate behavior, applauded and suggested Richard deserved a medal).

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* HeroicBSOD: The one time Richard ever dares to speak up to her, Hyacinth shuts down completely and mindlessly does what he asks without protest, even opening the door to her side of the car ''herself'' rather than wait for Richard to open it for her as she always does... for a little while (Bystanders, (bystanders, who either knew Hyacinth or happened to witness her immediate behavior, applauded and suggested Richard deserved a medal).



* NotThisOneThatOne: Hyacinth has rented a boat, and she is delighted with the beautiful yacht she thinks it is; then it turns out to be the floating nutshell next to it. Her solution? Let's move it a bit further, it will look better on its own. It would have helped if any of them had actually known how to steer the thing?

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* NotThisOneThatOne: Hyacinth has rented a boat, and she is delighted with the beautiful yacht she thinks it is; then it turns out to be the floating nutshell next to it. Her solution? Let's move it a bit further, it will look better on its own. It would have helped if any of them either she or Richard had actually known how to steer the thing?thing.



* OohMeAccentsSlipping: When Hyacinth starts to get riled up, her affected upper-crust accent will tend to slip and her natural working class accent will start to slip through.



* OohMeAccentsSlipping: When Hyacinth starts to get riled up, her affected upper-crust accent will tend to slip and her natural working class accent will start to slip through.[[note]] Which is also Patricia Routledge's own accent; she was born to a haberdasher and his wife in Birkenhead and spent her childhood there before crossing the Mersey to Liverpool to study English at university.[[/note]]



* {{Prequel}}: A 2016 one-off special, ''Young Hyacinth'', takes place in the 1950s. The special gives a justification for Hyacinth's attempts at social climbing: the family grew up in near-poverty as Daddy spent most of his wages on alcohol. When she landed a job as a maid for one of the local gentry, she starts harboring ambitions of rising above her station and attempts to pass off Daddy's alcoholism as an old war wound affecting him. Daisy frequently poke holes in Hyacinth's fantasies and is forced to take over Daddy's original job as a canal bridge operator while he's off getting stinking drunk when he's supposed to be selling brushes.

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* {{Prequel}}: A 2016 one-off special, ''Young Hyacinth'', takes place in the 1950s. The special gives a justification for Hyacinth's attempts at social climbing: the family grew up in near-poverty as Daddy spent most of his wages on alcohol. When she landed a job as a maid for one of the local gentry, she starts harboring ambitions of rising above her station and attempts to pass off Daddy's alcoholism as an old war wound affecting him. Daisy frequently poke pokes holes in Hyacinth's fantasies and is forced to take over Daddy's original job as a canal bridge operator while he's off getting stinking drunk when he's supposed to be selling brushes.



-->'''Rose''': [during one of her many "I'll change my ways" rants] I'll get a skirt that goes all the way down to the floor!

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-->'''Rose''': [during ''[during one of her many "I'll change my ways" rants] rants]'' I'll get a skirt that goes all the way down to the floor!



** Hyacinth's seeming compulsion to constantly namedrop things, such as Sheridan's pearl button collection (which she ''thinks'' is wonderfully valuable), her Royal Doulton porcelain set with the handpainted periwinkles, her sister Violet, "the one with a Mercedes, a pool, and room for a pony", and perhaps most infamously, her "elegant candlelight suppers". Some items or connections appear only in single episodes--one such occasion was in ''Country Estate Sale'', where Hyacinth ends up buying Dowager Lady Ursula's homemade gooseberry wine, drinking the stuff, and getting the litany more and more wrong each time she mentions it again.

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** Hyacinth's seeming compulsion to constantly namedrop things, such as Sheridan's pearl button collection (which she ''thinks'' is wonderfully valuable), her Royal Doulton porcelain set with the handpainted periwinkles, her sister Violet, "the one with a Mercedes, a pool, and room for a pony", and perhaps most infamously, her "elegant candlelight suppers". Some items or connections appear only in single episodes--one such occasion was in ''Country "Country Estate Sale'', Sale", where Hyacinth ends up buying Dowager Lady Ursula's homemade gooseberry wine, drinking the stuff, and getting the litany more and more wrong each time she mentions it again.


** Rose's Polish fiance, whom Rose, Daisy, and Onslow settle to call "Mr. Whatsit."

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** Rose's Polish fiance, fiancé, whom Rose, Daisy, and Onslow settle to call "Mr. Whatsit."


* {{Prequel}}: A 2016 one-off special, ''Young Hyacinth'', takes place in the 1950s. The special gives a justification for Hyacinth's attempts at social climbing: the family grew up in near-poverty as Daddy spent most of his wages on alcohol. When she landed a job as a maid for one of the local gentry, she starts harboring ambitions of rising above her station and attempts to pass Daddy's alcoholism as an old war wound affecting him. Daisy frequently poke holes in Hyacinth's fantasies and is forced to take over Daddy's original job as a canal bridge operator while he was off getting stinking drunk when he was supposed to be selling brushes.

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* {{Prequel}}: A 2016 one-off special, ''Young Hyacinth'', takes place in the 1950s. The special gives a justification for Hyacinth's attempts at social climbing: the family grew up in near-poverty as Daddy spent most of his wages on alcohol. When she landed a job as a maid for one of the local gentry, she starts harboring ambitions of rising above her station and attempts to pass off Daddy's alcoholism as an old war wound affecting him. Daisy frequently poke holes in Hyacinth's fantasies and is forced to take over Daddy's original job as a canal bridge operator while he was he's off getting stinking drunk when he was he's supposed to be selling brushes.



* ASimplePlan: Hyacinth's schemes to climb up the social ladder.


* StrictlyFormula: Most episodes have the same basic template. Hyacinth will have a new scheme to help her climb the social ladder. A neighbour/postman/milkman will approach the house and unsuccessfully try to avoid Hyacinth. Elizabeth will be invited to coffee (during which she will smash a cup) and she and Emmet (and sometimes TheVicar) will be roped in to Hyacinth's scheme. Hyacinth will get a phone call from her son or her rich sister. There'll be a couple of scenes at the home of her ObnoxiousInLaws, who will later show up to embarrass Hyacinth. Rose will have a new boyfriend. Daddy will be doing something weird. The episode will finish with Hyacinth's plan GoneHorriblyWrong and she'll end up falling in a river, getting covered in mud or being chased by something.

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* StrictlyFormula: Most episodes have the same basic template.template, unsurprisingly given the number of RunningGags. Hyacinth will have a new scheme to help her climb the social ladder. A neighbour/postman/milkman will approach the house and unsuccessfully try to avoid Hyacinth. Elizabeth will be invited to coffee (during which she will smash a cup) and she cup). Richard, Elizabeth and Emmet (and sometimes TheVicar) will be roped in to assist with Hyacinth's scheme. She and Richard will go for a drive somewhere. Hyacinth will get a phone call from her son or son, one of her rich sister. siblings or a Chinese restaurant. There'll be a couple of scenes at the home of involving her ObnoxiousInLaws, who will later show up to embarrass Hyacinth. Rose will have a new be infatuated with her latest boyfriend. Daddy will be doing something weird. his usual bizarre antics. The episode will finish with Hyacinth's plan GoneHorriblyWrong and she'll probably end up falling in a river, getting covered in mud or being chased by something.

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* ObnoxiousInLaws: How Hyacinth sees Onslow. While he is a LazyBum and a FatSlob, he's actually quite likeable and most people seem to prefer him to Hyacinth.

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