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Once in every lifetime

So while i’m looking back nostalgically at past glory days of british comedy. I feel compelled to mention the Young Ones which is widely recognised as a landmark television series that changed comedy forever. 509 more words

BBC Comedy

Hail Edmund! Lord of Adders Black!

So I talked about Red Dwarf yesterday only seems natrual I move onto Blackadder now. Ahh Blackadder, sarcasm personified and condensed perfectly into quality comedy. It’s a historicish comedy that focuses on Big moments in british history and adds a complete bastard character into the mix giving his own sacarstic view of world events. 628 more words

Entertainment

What the hell is smeg anyway?

I jest, I of course know what smeg is I asked my parents after I watched my first episode. I remember the awkward silence well to this day. 944 more words

BBC Comedy

Leonard Presents: Teletubbies PG-13

The Teletubbies live in the Pub drinking root beer, fight, pee on the Loo-Loo and phoning.

I think this made Leonard laugh.

Leonard The Cat

The welfare state is a false bottom

One of my favourite comedies of all time is Bottom, the 90’s British sitcom written by and starring Ade Edmondson and the late, great Rik Mayall. 1,293 more words

Society

Inside No 9 Review: Series Two: 'Nana's Party'

*Contains spoilers*

“Forget about the past, you can’t change it. Forget about the future, you can’t predict it. Forget about the present…”  (Maggie, ‘Nana’:  ‘Nana’s Party’) 1,677 more words

British Television