Mark Twain's sex life is not what you'd expect.
Garfield catches the new servant playing a prank on Mr. Peepers.
She's pretty smart. (Or maybe she's just pretty.)
Lillian tries a new tactic to win custody of the Butternut Room -- with the help of a very attractive accomplice.
A visiting butler gives Peepers a run for his money in the buttling department.
Choose wisely. The victory shall be swift; the defeat shall be crushing.
Lillian appears surprisingly graceful after Hortense gets all the media coverage for helping the sick servants.
Frederick and his college chums sing the praises of their alma mater, a place they definitely got admitted to based on merit alone.
Peepers gathers the servants to inform them that their working and living conditions just got more unlivable.
The essential time allotted during the day for eating as much cheese as you want, typically served to you by at least one cheese man. (See: cheese man)
Peepers provides a step-by-step guide to catching, serenading and murdering the most indulgent of all delicacies.
Chair rediscovers the spot where a tumble down the stairs caused her to lose her memory.
Victor and Albert each show off their favorite poor man's ditty for the Marquis de Sainsbury, but only one can claim the coveted solo.
If you’re a lowly servant looking to sample the finer things, here's a handy guide.
When Lillian finds out that she can have sex for pleasure without getting pregnant, all bets are off.
While visiting Hamish in prison, the Commodore reminisces about his brother's uncanny ability to guess what a woman's vagina looks like.
After the Gentleman Callers lose their star performer, Albert steps up to fill the void
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.
The lawyer for the defense falls for Frederick's courtroom prank.
Don't show up to your next party without something to talk about.
Frederick balks at the Commodore's suggestion that he declare a mistrial in Hamish's murder case.
Lillian discovers that she and FDR have something in common: their disgust for people with disabilities.
Mark Twain's defense of Hamish doesn't bode well for the rest of the trial.
A bell that, when rung, signals the serving staff to deliver custard to the ringer immediately.
Defense attorney Mark Twain proves to be just as folksy as storyteller Mark Twain – only a lot more confusing.
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