In the second episode Amanda tells Mr Bingley she is a lesbian (to avoid his advances). She entertains Mr Darcy, Mr Bingley and Miss Bingley with a rendition of Downtown – unfortunately this is edited from the DVD – you can find it at Youtube.
Returning to Netherfield they encounter Wickham when their carriage breaks down and he comes to their rescue. Mr Collins visits Longbourn, Amanda tells Miss Bingley that she has ‘£27 000’ a year, she becomes engaged to Mr Collins (to stop Jane from marrying him), Mr Wickham tells everyone she is the daughter of a fishmonger, Mr Collins breaks of the engagement, she ‘assaults’ him and Jane marries Mr Collins. It is all going horribly wrong.
Some great moments …
Amanda telling Mr Bingley she is a lesbian
Mr Bingley: I am drawn to you! I am a man.
Amanda: And I am a woman! And I am drawn … to other women.
Mr Bingley: You mean there really are ladies who… steer the punt from the Cambridge end?
After Amanda sings Downtown
Mr Bingley: Brava, Miss Price! And whenever life is gettin’ me down, I shall be sure to go ‘downtown’. Eh, Darcy?
Mr Darcy: With alacrity
I think it’s extremely clever the way the plot is spiraling out of control.