Hyacinth has three other sisters which also have been named after flowers. A final Christmas special was aired on Monday 25 December 1995. A fifth series, of ten episodes, aired from 3 September to 5 November 1995, once again on Sundays. Fortescue, Leonard Lowe as the pub customer, and Michael Burrell as the neighbour. Benedict, the manager of the local garden centre, walking his dog in the park; upon hearing this, Hyacinth is ecstatic and realises that she has seen C. Councillor Nugent arrives to return some unsuitable underwear donations to the donor: Rose.
Rose lives with Daisy and Onslow as does the father of all four girls. Duxberry, Denis Bond as his mate, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited. A running gag in the series is that poor Elizabeth can never hold a cup of tea at Hyacinths without spilling. First appearance of as the vicar, Marion Barron as his wife, Eileen Davies as the gypsy, and Jill O'Hare as the passerby. Councillor Nugent, Leo Dolan as the postman, Norman Lovett as Mr. Hyacinth and Richard then visit the stately home.
Donning the costume herself, Hyacinth arrives at the church social where a drunken Daddy is making passes at the parish ladies, and Onslow, Daisy and Rose have come to collect him. When Hyacinth realises that her family is there, she fears for her social standing. Guest-starring David Janson as the postman, Robert Rawles as the milkman, Helen Dorward as the visitor, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited. Providing a constant source of embarrassment are Hyacinth's unsophisticated sisters Daisy and Rose as well as lazy, crude brother-in-law Onslow. Guest-starring as Daddy's fiancée, as Mrs. Thus Hyacinth drags Richard through the ground's private gardens to hide from the lower-class clan. However her hopes come crashing down on her when Onslow and Daisy turn up with the news Daddy has been kidnapped by a gypsy.
Once she finds out that he's a musician, Hyacinth sings at him at every opportunity, and soon he is completely terrified of her. Councillor Nugent and Matthew Long and Jonathan Stratt as the policemen. Then the mother and child don't turn up, and Hyacinth and Richard go searching for them. East, Tricia Thorns as Mrs. Note: this is the first major appearance of Violet. When one of them gets too friendly, she realizes she has taken on more than she can handle.
Hyacinth insists on hanging around the family staircase hoping to meet nobility. Millburn, Joe Dunlop as his companion, and Michael L. Moody, Tony Stuart as Mr. To make matters worse, Onslow succumbs to a case of mistaken identity that results in him kissing Hyacinth under the mistletoe, twice! Mawsby, and Andrew Bicknell and Caroline Strong as the customers. Guest-starring John Phythian as the Constable, as Eric, Jennifer Clulow as the estate agent, John Arnatt as Sir Edward, Eric Carte as Sergeant Watkins, Stuart Fell as the driver, and the first credited appearance of as Daddy. When Hyacinth does finally meet the Commodore, she is unprepared for his attempts at seduction.
Eventually to Hyacinth's dismay, this leads to Mrs Fortescue playing darts with Onslow in a public house. Councillor Nugent, John Pennington as the store official, David Warwick as his assistant, Juliet Douglas as the salesgirl, John Owens as the insurance salesman, Robert Bain as Frank, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited. At a last-minute attempt to get the show off the ground, Hyacinth invites Onslow, Daisy, Rose, Bruce, and Violet to participate. Once on the ship, Hyacinth believes that Onslow and Daisy are also on board the luxury liner — as stowaways. Lennox, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited. Meanwhile, Daddy has gone missing again and a stranger has taken over his bed.
Meanwhile, Daddy is dancing the tango with a man. It turns out they wanted a striptease dancer as a result of misreading her advert. Guest-starring as the security representative, Graham Root and Ben de Winter as the engineers, Jeremy Gittins as the vicar, David Janson as the postman, Margaret Towner as the elderly lady, and George Webb as Daddy. Guest-starring as the car salesman, John Pennington as the sergeant, and George Webb as Daddy uncredited. These two events will likely collide at some point, creating another social disaster.
A Christmas special aired on Wednesday 25 December 1991. She treats Elizabeth as someone who is below her social status, which makes Elizabeth extremely nervous. A complete collection was released on 8 October 2007. Guest-starring as himself, Lyndsay Frost as himself, Alice Macdonald as the check-in girl, Mark Brignal as the port official, Bernard Holley as the restaurant manager, David Janson as the postman, Barry Bethell as the holidaymaker, The Band of the Welsh Fusiliers as themselves, The Mark Joyce Showband as themselves, and Michael Cochrane as the ship officer. But of course these two events are likely to collide at some point, creating an insurmountable disaster. Guest-starring Jeremy Gittins as the vicar and George Webb as Daddy uncredited.