A Bit of Fry and Laurie - Season 4

BBC (ended 1995)




Episode Guide

  • Series 4, Episode 7
    Sketches include: Religianto, Consent, Sophisticated Song, Fast Monologue, Telephones, Truancy.
  • Episode 7
    Episode 7
    Hugh sings a song about sophistication and Stephen delivers a monologue at extremely high speed. A school truant reveals he hasn't been to school in four years because he's been playing a computer game, he's on level nine though.
  • Series 4, Episode 6
    Sketches include: Chess Game, Counting Stolen Money, Finals of Young Tory of the Year, Mr Variety Tommy McPherson, Well I Never Did, Death Threat for Hugh, Misunderstood, The Government Has Been Bought By Honda, The Duke of Northampton. There are no guests and the cocktail at the end is the Silver Prostate.moreless
  • Episode 6
    Episode 6
    The Young Tory of the Year National finals are taking place with contestants including Andrew Treadgold, who is reading Bigotry and Libertarian Nonsense at Exeter University. Hugh receives a death threat and Stephen warns him that it might not be safe for him to do his song.
  • Series 4, Episode 5
    Sketches include: The Louella Della Tweed Interview, The Post-Race Interview, Hearing on Councilman Wade, Working Project Title: Mark Bannister, Telephone Quiz Line, I'd Like To Have This Man Put Down Please, Discust, Wasp Exterminators. Moore and Law order a swinging ball sack cocktail.
  • Episode 5
    Episode 5
    In a parody of the Oprah Winfrey show a woman confesses her problems with low self-esteem and receives a pointless round of applause. Guests Stephen Moore and Phyllida Law join in some of the sketches including a dilemma with a wasps nest.
  • Series 4, Episode 4
    Sketches include: Soccer School, Dalliard, Be Nice (song), Head Gardener, Gelliant Gutfright.

    The cocktail of the week is "A Quick One With You, Stephen".
  • Episode 4
    Episode 4
    Hugh performs a rap song about being nice to an old lady on the bus and Stephen puts forward his idea for growing a small but attractive town in garden in his freshly washed hair. The show closes with Hugh playing the piano as Stephen mixes his latest cocktail creation 'A Quick One for you Stephen'.moreless
  • Series 4, Episode 3
    Sketches include: The Suggestive Barman, Kettle's On, Little Girl, Making Tea, For Some Reason Angery, Don't Be Dirty. The cocktail produced at the end of the show is a South Seas Vulvic Wart, although Stephen calls it a South Seas Genital Wart a while later.
  • Episode 3
    Episode 3
    Stephen and Hugh are joined by special guests Clive Mantle and Imelda Staunton to discuss everything from getting drunk to opening supermarkets. Stephen tosses a salad as he expresses his anger about a Shakespeare play he watched at the Royal National Theatre.
  • Episode 2
    Episode 2
    Sketches include Hugh's Accident, Denial Is In Egypt, Local News at Ten Thirty Three and a Bit, English People Appear to be the Most Ignorant in Europe, I'm In Love With Steffi Graf, The Lover's Helper, Fascism Discussion, Max Meets Fiona, Sketch In A Hospital Ward. The guests order a Long Confident Suck cocktail.moreless
  • Series 4, Episode 1
    Sketches include "Gray and Hopeless," "Guest Movements," "Theme Vox Pops," "Blame the System," "The Comedy Charter," "Writing Poetry," Smell: The Forgotten Sense?, "Gordon's Unintelligible Song," "Wrist Changer Commercial," and It's A Soaraway Life. The guests order a Golden Meteorite cocktail.
  • Episode 1
    Episode 1
    Stephen and Hugh present their Comedy Charter, to ensure that all jokes arrive on time and are of sufficient quality. 'It's a Wonderful Life' is retold with the story of a powerful media mogul named Rupert.