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Jeeves and Wooster go to America,
This review is from: Jeeves And Wooster: The Complete Third Series [DVD] (DVD)
This is very much in the same style as the first two series, but not quite as good, or subtle, or consistent.
The big difference is that J&W leave the tranquility of England behind for three episodes, so you may miss Totleigh Towers, Madeleine Bassett and Gussie Fink-Nottle if you're addicted to them.
The thing I like most about Jeeves and Wooster is the setting in England, so I wasn't as keen on this series, though half of it is still set back in Blighty.
And I think that some of the stories are getting a bit silly (sillier than usual that is), though not as silly as in the fourth series.
But having said that, this disc is really a must if you've enjoyed the first two.