Lillian and Beatrice are advocating for women’s rights...kinda.
The N.A.G.S. are torn over the new tactics that Lillian and Beatrice are using to attract attention to the women's rights movement.
A delightfully dangerous mix of cocaine and wine.
While setting a snare for the spirits in Bellacourt Manor, Peepers tells Garfield the reason he knows so much about beings from the beyond.
Lillian and Beatrice take up Hortense's mantle to begin fighting for women's rights, and Peepers bristles at Father Black Donahue's new role at the manor.
The Bellacourt sisters turn to Harriet Tubman for help revitalizing their fading profiles, and the Commodore struggles with his disastrous finances.
Everyone at Bellacourt Manor catches ghost fever when Harry Houdini visits to investigate some supernatural occurrences.
Surprise! It's Tom Lennon.
A leisure activity wherein a wealthy person sitting in a boat is dragged along the ground by an able-bodied servant.
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.
Victor and Lillian square off after the Olympics allows women to compete, and Frederick and Beatrice question their relationship after Frederick discovers that he was adopted.
The ritual striking of a piece of cookware with a wooden spoon to denote that a servant has been fired; often accompanied by a collective turning away from the servant in question.
While Peepers returns to his roots, Garfield finds life as head butler to be way, way more than he can handle.
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