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    Liz owns a white Austin Metro, which appeared in most episodes. She is often the target of Hyacinth's tactless and unintentionally hurtful comments, mostly regarding her clothing, car and frequent coffee spillages. Emmet Hawksworth[ edit ] Emmet is Elizabeth's brother, who later moves in with her at 24 Blossom Avenue, beginning in series two, after losing his home in a messy divorce. Emmet is a classically trained musician as well as the director for the local theatre, and Hyacinth frequently sings at him, and drops broad hints that he should include her in his work. Hence Emmet is terrified of leaving the house and develops both a fear of and a dislike for Hyacinth, to the point where he burst into tears when Liz told him they had been invited to tea at Hyacinth's "country estate" or explosively losing his temper when trying to rehearse an "Annie Oakley" song which was not in his planned programme, but, rather, Hyacinth's programme, and she kept criticising his tempo.

    However, as the series progresses, Emmet develops a desire for revenge against Hyacinth, notably goading her into riding a horse when he knew she couldn't ride one, and phoning her to inform her that their neighbours, the Barker-Finches, had been burgled for the second time in three months, knowing Hyacinth would be infuriated that she was not the centre of attention. In the latter years of the programme, Hyacinth makes clear her belief that the reason for Emmet's constant desire to avoid her is that he is shy due to an attraction to her. Upon hearing this, Emmet says, "I think I want to die! Religious people[ edit ] Michael Partridge the vicar [ edit ] Michael played by Jeremy Gittins is the young and handsome vicar of St.

    Mark 's church, Hyacinth's local church, and, like most, he is terrified of Hyacinth, and does his best to avoid her, often unsuccessfully. Moreover, he often forgets that Hyacinth prefers her last name to be pronounced "bouquet" and addresses her as "Mrs Bucket". When discussing Hyacinth with his wife, they frequently refer to her as "the Bucket woman". He is called "that dishy vicar" by Rose, who often pursues him, much to the anger of his jealous wife, who dislikes the fact that the majority of Michael's congregation are women who make a fuss of him. The vicar being caught in compromising positions which in context are quite innocent with Rose or other women is a recurring gag in the series, as is the Vicar breaking whatever he is holding when his wife mentions Hyacinth.

    In "Onslow's Birthday", while on an exercise pedal bicycle, the Vicar overheard his wife talking to Hyacinth on the phone and began pedalling faster, as if to escape. Mrs Partridge the vicar's wife [ edit ] Married to the vicar, Mrs Partridge played by Marion Barron is usually referred to as "dear" by her husband. She is a timid yet fiery woman with a soft Scottish accent, often finding her husband in compromising positions with Rose, whom she nicknames 'the vampire sister', or other young females and assuming the worst. These situations are usually prefaced in an earlier scene where she expresses jealousy over the attention that Michael's female parishioners give him.

    The vicar's wife initially dislikes Hyacinth, but as the series goes on, she grows to see more humour in some of Hyacinth's behaviour than other characters do: Mrs Partridge once notably exacted revenge on Hyacinth by tricking her into enthusiastically volunteering to clean the church hall's toilet area. The other vicar[ edit ] The other vicar played by Gerald Sim had a single appearance in the episode "The Christening". He is of an older appearance than Michael the vicar and his church is located at a different location from Michael's church. He knows Onslow, and he gets along well with Onslow much to Hyacinth's horror.

    Rose's Boyfriends[ edit ] Throughout the series, Rose had a long succession of boyfriends, sometimes seeing more than one at the same time. It was a running gag that Rose had a new one almost every episode.

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    Charlie[ edit ] Charlie played by John Seductiive was a hyacingh police inspector who appeared in the episode "Senior Citizen's Outing". It was implied he'd had a brief fling with Rose in the past; however, when he met her again, he was less than thrilled to renew the acquaintance, given she called him out in front of his peers at the police station. Sudbury[ edit ] Mr. Sudbury played by Tony Kemp was a tall, elegant man that Rose fell for because of his dancing skills. He appeared Sdeuctive in hyacinthh Father Christmas Suit", literally dancing down the street with her.

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    The horrible, off-key racket actually stopped the fight and made both men flee, which was not Hyacinth's intent but it did save the situation. Roger[ edit ] Roger played by Jon Glovera kindly younger man with a large Newfoundland dog, appeared in "Early Retirement". He disrupted Hyacinth's tea party plans when he went to the wrong house to pick Rose up, having mistaken Hyacinth for Rose's mother. His dog then refused to leave Hyacinth's drive, and Roger ended up leaving her there while he went in search of something to entice her away. The big dog then terrorized the pet Yorkshire Terrier of Hyacinth's honored guest. Merryweather[ edit ] Mr. Merryweather played by Trevor Bannisterappeared in "Angel Gabriel Blue" and was a long-suffering, obsequious salesman in a store that sold kitchen fittings and remodeling services.

    Hyacinth, unaware he was involved with Rose, persuaded him to get her an out-of-stock worktop in the color Angel Gabriel Blue, so her house would be the only one in the neighborhood with the 'exclusive' color. Merryweather gifted Daisy and Onslow a worktop in that color as well, inadvertently ruining Hyacinth's scheme. Bannister's appearance on the show was a cameo, as he had previously played Mr. Dick Lucas - almost exactly the same character, in terms of personality and occupation, as Mr. Marinopoulous[ edit ] In "Onslow's Birthday" Rose infamously became involved with an extremely wealthy Greek gentleman by the name of Mr. Marinopoulous played by Ivan Santonwho also happened to have a limousine.

    Rose offered Hyacinth and Richard a ride in the limousine, to Onslow's birthday party. Hyacinth, thrilled that Rose was moving up in the world, invited people over for cocktails and bought Onslow a pair of expensive cuff links, to impress the wealthy Greek when he arrived. Marinopoulos was, in fact, an well-to-do undertaker, and when the limousine broke down, he came to pick Hyacinth and Richard up in his hearse instead, in front of a crowd of guests invited to see the limousine. Benedict played by Paul Williamson was an acquaintance of Richard's who passed the time of day during strolls, as well as a former fling of Rose's who had parted with her on amicable terms.

    Furthermore, Hyacinth knew of C. However, none of the three were aware that either of the others knew him, until Richard happened to casually mention him in conversation with Hyacinth. Hyacinth, thinking him a celebrity, invited him to a barbecue in hopes of impressing the neighbors. She even had Richard deck the house out in live plants until it resembled a jungle, and wore one of her best dresses, only to have Rose and Daisy accidentally crash the party. Finchley[ edit ] Appeared in "The Art Exhibition". The occupation of Mr.

    Finchley played by Nicholas Bennett is unknown, but he happened to own a van with loudspeakers in the roof and a microphone in the cab. He also happened to be one of Rose's most amorous pursuers. When Daddy went missing one day, Rose borrowed Mr. Finchley's vehicle to go look for him, though he ended up having to drive her. Finchley turned on the loudspeakers by accident, and as the two of them rode through town, everyone could hear his and Rose's rather scandalous conversation blaring at full blast, much to Hyacinth's horror.

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    Despite his irritating behaviour, his upper-class status means that Hyacinth refuses to sever contact with the man. At one point she admits "it's a good thing he's a Major She speaks in an overly loud and militaristic tone and goes on unnecessary tirades about "excessive romantic behaviour". Despite her dislike of romance, however, she thinks it would be fun to be a part of the film industry, and dons a skimpy costume when she thinks Richard is filming an amateur movie in "Richard's New Hobby". She also seems to be the only person who can get away with referring to Hyacinth as "Mrs Bucket" without Hyacinth correcting her.

    Hyacinth tolerates her, not only because of her status, but also because she wants a place on her committee. The committee itself is never identified, nor it is clear if Mrs Nugent or her husband is the Councillor. Hyacinth admits that she doesn't know what the committee does, she just wants a seat on it. Above all her other acquaintances, Hyacinth is convinced that Mrs Barker-Finch is her greatest social rival; however, Mrs Barker-Finch does not seek to outdo Hyacinth in any way, and generally wants nothing to do with her at all.

    She is referred to in many episodes, but only makes an uncredited appearance in the episode "Driving Mrs. Fortescue", appearing on the sidewalk with a friend just in time to see Hyacinth embarrassingly trapped on the back of a moving lorry. She also had the temerity to talk while Hyacinth was singing, once, firmly making her an enemy of Hyacinth's. Hyacinth hypocritically believes Mrs Barker-Finch to be a snob "She was a Barker, he was a Finch, now suddenly they're hyphenated" and is determined to get one up on her at every opportunity.

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    In "Three Piece Suite", Hyacinth ordered a suite that was "an exact replica of the one at Sandringham House ", and went to extraordinary lengths to ensure Mrs Barker-Finch saw it being delivered by "The van with the royal warrant on it", such as repeatedly phoning her so that she would have to come to the window and see the delivery van pull up. An ill-timed phone call from Sheridan to ask for money fouled the plan up, and Richard had to pay the van to drive away and come back. Unfortunately, the van was seen to crash into a verge shortly thereafter, and Daisy and Onslow's hired lorry turned up just as this happened.

    This resulted in them delivering the three-piece suite to Hyacinth's house instead, which Mrs. Barker-Finch presumably saw much to Hyacinth's dismay. Delia Wheelwright[ edit ] Delia Wheelright is another unseen rival of Hyacinth. Hyacinth is talking to Delia Wheelright on the phone. We do not hear the other side of the conversation, but it is revealed that the former is going on an expensive holiday to the Caribbean. Although she does not express it on the telephone, Hyacinth is greatly put out by this and sets out to better her. Which is 'sheep-rah', if you're wondering. It comes from the French for Cyprus - not, as is often suggested, the cypress tree.

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    Elements of flowers, fruits or woodiness are sometimes played up in chypre fragrances, too. But actually, Guerlain got there first with two chypres in its range, early on: Chypre de Paris and also just simply named Chypre - which in-house perfumer Thierry Wasser has re-created for his own private edification, and which I got to smell 'backstage' at La Maison Guerlain in Paris, almost swooning into his arms at its beauty. We'll leave him out of it - but darn, the man's good-looking. To me, a chypre is Paris; feminine and sophisticated, complex and pretty rare, since it's not such a popular family, nowadays. Chypres make me feel sophisticated, want to put on a pair of higher heels, mix myself a strong cocktail and maybe flirt shamelessly albeit mostly with my husband.

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