England 1768-1815. A golden age of wealth, power and discovery though not for Edmund Blackadder Esq. In a situation that can rightly be seen as something of a slump in the fortunes of the previously aristocratic Blackadder family, Edmund is now butler and gentleman's gentleman to the "mini-brained" Prince Regent.
Dish And Dishonesty
Blackadder's attempts to interfere with the democratic process and save his master from bankruptcy don't go according to plan as Baldrick is accidentally elevated to the House of Lords.
Ink And Incapability
Blackadder is unimpressed with Dr. Johnson and his new dictionary until he learns of his enthusiasm for a certain "Gertrude Perkins" novel.
Nob And Nobility
Francophilia is all the rage in England, so Blackadder's intense dislike for anything French seems somewhat out of date. But the lure of money can do strange things to a man's principles.
Sense And Senility
The Prince of Wales hires two foppish actors to help him rehearse a speech, but Blackadder has other plans for the prissies.
Amy And Amiability
The Prince is dead broke and no self-respecting princess will marry him... until Blackadder devises a deliciously devious plan!
Duel And Duality
Blackadder finds himself amid a duel between the Prince of Wales and the head-splitting, throat-slitting Duke of Wellington.