Chapters 1 and 2
• Bertie takes a ride to the local park and meets Bingo by accident.
• Bingo informs Bertie that he has fallen in love with a girl named Mabel and that he wishes for Bertie to meet her.
• Bingo and Bertie go to a tea-and-buns shop and Bingo introduces Mabel, who is a waitress at the shop.
• Bingo's uncle must be convinced that Mabel is a suitable wife for Bingo, despite her lower class.
• Jeeves thinks up a plan to introduce old Little to the romance novels of Rosie M. Banks, which feature upper-class men romancing lower-class women.
• It is revealed that Jeeves is attracted to old Little's cook, Miss Watson.
• Old Little is smitten with the books.
• Bingo tells old Little that Wooster is the author of the books.
• When Bingo asks old Little for more money to marry Mabel, he is turned down. Old Little wants...
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