Kathi Taylor, on her blog (click here), has challenged me to a Wodehouseathon. I warn you, Taylor, I'm packing -- I have the complete works here (with the exception of the rare and elusive and expensive and un-reprinted By the Way book). I even have the appallingly-named Love Among the Chickens, and not just the Project Gutenberg version, either!
But to warm you up with some trivia: It's become a well-known, nay well-worn fact that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle never had Sherlock Holmes say "Elementary, my dear Watson." The sleuth called his friend and chronicler "my dear Watson," and he used the phrase "it's elementary" somewhat long-sufferingly, but he never combined them into one.