A Bit of Fry and Laurie

Season 3 Episode 1

Series 3, Episode 1

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Aired Unknown Jan 09, 1992 on BBC
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Series 3, Episode 1
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Sketches include: "A Word Timothy", "Very Upset", "Love Me Tender" (song), "Milk Pot", "The Department", "Stephen's Song" (song), "Psychiatrists", "Cocktail Ending".

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      • Fry: We're going to leave you with tonights cocktail recipe. Tonight it's 'Whiskey Thunder'. For this you'll need whisky, angostura bitters, lemon juice, a pint of oh-so-fresh-fresh dairy cream, two olives and a peanut.

      • Fry: (as a vicar) I've found that young people are no longer excited into the church on the promise of guitars and a little folk music. We have to move with the times, we've started showing lethal and bondage films in St Barnabas and the results have been very good. We were packed last Sunday. Mostly young conservatives but it's a start.

      • Middle-aged lady (Fry): (Showing her dress) Yes, it is nice, isn't it? There's a little man in the village who runs up my skirts.

      • Cab driver (Fry): In fifty years time people will be saying, 'Whatever happened to the traditional English McDonald's'? Eh, it's a thought, isn't it?

      • Laurie as country gentleman: We had our first child on the NHS. We had to wait nine months, can you believe it?

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