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However, Violet's social acceptability is damaged by the eccentric behaviour of her , -loving husband Bruce, whom she violently attacks because of his behaviour.Hyacinth also tries to impress people with the intellectual prowess of her beloved Sheridan (who actually only takes courses in needlework at a ).Always hindering Hyacinth's best efforts to impress – and providing an unwelcome reminder of her less-than-refined roots – are her sisters () and ( in series 1; thereafter), and Daisy's proudly "bone-idle" husband ().They, along with , frequently turn up inconveniently (usually in their clapped–out – which always makes a characteristic backfire when it arrives), with Hyacinth going to great lengths to avoid them (saying "Richard, you know I love my family, but that's no reason why I should have to acknowledge them in broad daylight! Hyacinth's senile father frequently has flashbacks to the , and often exhibits bizarre behaviour, sometimes involving embarrassing situations with women (Onslow describes him as "barmy").Study guides learners visual for ## 2 Pvz star guide __ 966337165 a79c9aad6b1d78f6b88a46f067f53 # 2133637198 1578587497 Manual montesa 4rt .2 build wizard Neverwinter nights red --- Scottish gig guide Keeping Up Appearances Genre Created by Written by Directed by Starring (series 2–5) (series 2–5) (series 1) Country of origin United Kingdom No. of episodes 44 2 shorts () Production Producer(s) Harold Snoad Location(s) , , England; (Hyacinth's House) , , , England; (Daisy and Onslows council house) , England (Towns and various locations) , England; (Church Church Hall and Vicarage) , , England; , England; , England; , England; , ; (location scenes) Camera setup (live screening) Running time 30 minutes 50 minutes (1994 Christmas special) 60 minutes (1993 Christmas special) Distributor (US, television) (US, home video) Release Original network (UK) (US) (Canada) Picture format 576i (4:3 SDTV) Audio format Mono (series 1), Stereo (series 2–5) Original release 29 October 1990 (1990-10-29) – 25 December 1995 (1995-12-25) Chronology Related shows Keeping Up Appearances is a created and written by for the , centred on the life of eccentric and snobbish social climber , who insists that her surname is pronounced "Bouquet".Although he loves her with a long-suffering endurance, he is notably exasperated by her plans and her habit of making extravagant and unnecessary purchases.Although she lives to impress others, Hyacinth regularly competes with the upper-middle-class neighbors (whom she considers snobbish show-offs), such as Sonia Barker-Finch, Delia Wheelwright and Lydia Hawksworth (who alone of Hyacinth's rivals seems to be an actual snob, as she disdains as "lower middle class".) Hyacinth sometimes says things like "I haven't a snobbish bone in my body" or "I can't abide such snobbery like that" when talking about those she considers her competition.
Liz's brother () moves in with her at the beginning of series 2 after a messy divorce.Michael, the vicar of the local church () is also loath to face the overbearing Hyacinth, to whom he refers (to others) as "the Bucket woman".The vicar and his wife sometimes exact comic revenge on Hyacinth for her snobbishness; on one occasion, when she was one of a group of volunteer helpers at the church, the vicar's wife saw to it that Hyacinth's hand went up prematurely and assigned her the job of cleaning the church toilets.The sitcom follows Hyacinth in her attempts to prove her social superiority and to gain standing with those she considers ; attempts that are constantly hampered by her decidedly lower class extended family whom she desperately seeks to hide.Much of the humour comes from the between Hyacinth's vision of herself and the reality of her background, plus the farcical situations in which she finds herself as she battles to protect her social credibility.
") — is an over-bearing, social-climbing snob, originally from a poor working-class background, whose main mission in life is to impress others with her lifestyle, perceived affluence and refinement.