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Life with Jeeves - Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 5 Episode of the Dog McIntosh Summary & Analysis

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Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 5 Episode of the Dog McIntosh Summary

Bertie has been left in charge of Aunt Agatha's Aberdeen terrier, McIntosh. Bertie has agreed to provide lunch for Roberta Wickham and the the stage producer Blumenfield and his son who had successfully destroyed Bassington-Bassington's theatrical career in New York. When Bertie finds out who the guests are he leaves his apartment to have lunch at his club.

When he returns Bertie finds out that Roberta gave McIntosh to Blumenfield's son and it is now in the Blumenfield's suite at the Savoy. Bertie goes to the Savoy and with aniseed on his trousers, Bertie has no trouble extracting the dog and returning to his apartment. He realizes that Roberta is in danger of being blamed by the Blumenfields for the loss of the dog. When the father...

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