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Best Yes Prime Minister Episodes

11th Dec 2017
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Yes, Prime Minister is the sequel to the award winning British political satire sitcom Yes, Minister. The series was written by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn and ran from 1986 to 1988. Yes, Prime Minister continues essentially with the same cast as Yes, Minister and follows the events of the premiership of Jim Hacker, played by Paul Eddington, after his unexpected elevation to Number 10 upon the resignation of the previous Prime Minister. As in Yes, Minister, the series portrays the struggles of Jim Hacker in formulating and enacting legislation or effecting policy changes while facing opposition by the British Civil Service, in particular his Cabinet Secretary, Sir Humphrey Appleby, played by Sir Nigel Hawthorne. His Principal Private Secretary Bernard Woolley, played by Derek Fowlds, is as usual caught between the two. Yes, Prime Minister and its prequel Yes, Minister are regarded as two of the best British sitcoms ever produced. Here, I have compiled a list of all the episodes from the sequel. Please rank these episodes from best to very good (because, of course, there are no bad episodes in this fantastic series)! Source(s): IMDB


Best Yes Prime Minister Episodes

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The Key (S1E4)

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Sir Humphrey has to scramble when the Prime Minister's Political Advisor, Mrs. Wainwright, convinces the PM that she should get her old office back. Sir Humphrey and his predecessors have been trying to get her moved for years but he may have met his match when she also suggests to the PM that he re-assign Sir Humphrey's responsibilities for promotions and appointments. When the PM orders Bernard to take away Sir Humphrey's key to the door connecting the Cabinet Office to 10 Downing Street, the Cabinet Secretary sees the light.
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