Extended Scene - Peepers vs. Parshwall
Season 2 E 3 • 06/29/2016
Peepers refuses to appear less subservient than a visiting butler.
Another PeriodS2 E1Finding Chair's Replacement
Peepers grills applicants about the tiniest minutiae of servant duties in order to find a suitable replacement for the treacherous Chair.
Another PeriodS2 E1Branding Advice from Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman tells Lillian and Beatrice how she overtook her competition to become the top name associated with freeing the slaves.
Another PeriodS2 E2The Battle for the Butternut Room
After peaceably dividing the rest of their belongings in their annulment, Victor and Lillian clash over possession of one particular room in the manor.
Another PeriodS2 E2Deleted Scene - Garfield the Tattletale
Garfield catches the new servant playing a prank on Mr. Peepers.
Another PeriodS2 E2Deleted Scene - Lillian's Beefcake Bear Trap
Lillian tries a new tactic to win custody of the Butternut Room -- with the help of a very attractive accomplice.
Another PeriodS2 E2The Hatchet Control Debate
After his hatchet-induced trauma, Albert questions whether it does more harm than good to allow hatchets in Bellacourt Manor.
Another PeriodS2 E3Deleted Scene - Seducing the Ortolan
Peepers provides a step-by-step guide to catching, serenading and murdering the most indulgent of all delicacies.
Another PeriodS2 E3Proper Ortolan Preparation
Peepers is forced to defend his buttling bona fides after Prince Apato's butler questions his method of cooking an exotic dish.
Another PeriodS2 E3Extended Scene - Return to the Stairs
Chair rediscovers the spot where a tumble down the stairs caused her to lose her memory.
Another PeriodS2 E3Prince Apato Comes to Bellacourt
Lillian and Beatrice each showcase their talents in an effort to impress a foreign prince.
Another PeriodS2 E3Extended Scene - Peepers vs. Parshwall
A visiting butler gives Peepers a run for his money in the buttling department.
Another PeriodS2 E4Extended Scene - Mark Twain's Opening Statement
Mark Twain's defense of Hamish doesn't bode well for the rest of the trial.
Another PeriodS2 E4Lillian Makes a Political Statement
When a journalist tries to take photos of women protesting outside of Hamish's hearing, Lillian sees it as an opportunity to get some press.
Another PeriodS2 E4Extended Scene - Hamish's Gift
While visiting Hamish in prison, the Commodore reminisces about his brother's uncanny ability to guess what a woman's vagina looks like.
Another PeriodS2 E4Deleted Scene - Courtroom Analogies
Defense attorney Mark Twain proves to be just as folksy as storyteller Mark Twain – only a lot more confusing.
Another PeriodS2 E4Deleted Scene - Frederick Takes a Stand
Frederick balks at the Commodore's suggestion that he declare a mistrial in Hamish's murder case.
Another PeriodS2 E4Law and Order, Bellacourt-Style
Between Frederick presiding over the bench and Lillian serving as the star witness, the prosecutor of Hamish's murder trial finds his hands full.
Another PeriodS2 E4Extended Scene - Mark Twain's Sexual Appetite
The lawyer for the defense falls for Frederick's courtroom prank.
Another PeriodS2 E5Frederick for Vice President
With the Roosevelts' arrival at Bellacourt Manor imminent, everyone in the family prepares to make the most of the visit.
Another PeriodS2 E5Dessert Balls and Outhouse Privileges
A servants' strike provides the perfect venue for Frederick to show off his crisis management skills for Theodore Roosevelt.
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