The best of Season 2.
Peepers grills applicants about the tiniest minutiae of servant duties in order to find a suitable replacement for the treacherous Chair.
Friends (or siblings) who kiss on the mouth.
After his hatchet-induced trauma, Albert questions whether it does more harm than good to allow hatchets in Bellacourt Manor.
Don't show up to your next party without something to talk about.
The disgraceful stretch of sand and sea where the poor wash their undergarments; not to be confused with the basically identical beach for Newport's elite located right next door.
Lillian heads to the pharmacy with Garfield to buy condoms, but finds them more difficult to obtain than she thought.
That is, if she actually has a soul anyway.
Between Frederick presiding over the bench and Lillian serving as the star witness, the prosecutor of Hamish's murder trial finds his hands full.
Desperate to revive a seemingly dead Lillian, Beatrice calls on her new friend Jesus for help.
A garbage state inhabited by stinky, bearded fisherman that is worthy only of derision, mockery and scorn.
Beatrice and Frederick sing a duet about all of the nasty things they'll do to each other when they're together in the afterlife.
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