The Daily Show (Comedy Central, weeknights); "Totally Biased with Kamau Bell" (FXX, weeknights).
"Blandings" (Acorn Media DVD). I must have been about 17 when I first encountered the works of Pelham Grenville Wodehouse in a small collection I found in a used bookstore – I will explain "books" and "stores" to you another time -- they were just something we used to have, back in the 20th century. There is now a corner of my brain that is forever England, peopled with comical aristocrats, capable servants and colorful assorted others, their speech full of singular similes and metaphors and original figures of speech. ITV's six-episode "Blandings," which ran in the U.K. earlier this year and arrives here on DVD this week (another season has been ordered), adapts the second most famous of Wodehouse's creations, the Blandings Castle stories surrounding Clarence Threepwood, ninth Earl of Emsworth, his kin, butler and prize pig, the Empress of Blandings. While not on the sublime order of "Jeeves and Wooster" (1990-1993) in which Stephen Fry and
Some critics have pointed out that Spall, who is short and round is not Lord Emsworth as Wodehouse described him --
"Regular Show" (