So I've gone back and am starting to watch the entire series.
A few questions-comments:
Did Hyacinth ever actually give a candlelight supper on camera during the show's run?
Are we really suppose to believe that Emmet isn't gay? What straight man goes and lives with his sister after his divorce? He also had a really bad case of gay voice too! He was a musician, who sang and played piano. Gurrrl please!
Hyacinth, while embarrassed by her family, never actually cut them off. She spoke to them on the phone regularly, and would even mention them to others. She just didn't want people to see them. That's pretty odd.
Richard was a pretty hot daddy. Why didn't Elizabeth end up with him? They obviously wanted each other, at least Elizabeth did.
What was up with the Vicar's wife's accent? Was she suppose to be Irish?
The vicar was the hottest piece of ass in the show. The actor, Jeremy Gittins, appeared nude in "Tales of the Unexpected". Great ass! He was in bed with another man.
Why wasn't Patricia Routledge made a Dame? It's pretty unbelievable, especially after her most infamous character favored the Royals. Give her the title!
I wished that they would have ended the series with the Buckets moving. As they're driving away down the street, the neighbors come out and cheer and applaud. Hyacinth then sticks how her arm and gives them the finger, revealing that she was aware of what they all actually thought of her all along.
The best scene was the one where the woman who Hyacinth was trying to direct into a parking spot, began to try driving her down!
It's amazing that they never brought back the series for at least a special after 1995.
In the March 2011 PBS pledge drive programming special Behind the Britcoms: from Script to Screen hosted by Moira Brooker and Philip Bretherton of As Time Goes By, the Keeping Up Appearances creators/writers/producers stated that they believed the series had many more years in it, that they had many more stories to tell, and that "it still had legs".