A Bit of Fry and Laurie

Season 4 Episode 6

Series 4, Episode 6

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Aired Unknown Mar 26, 1995 on BBC
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Series 4, Episode 6
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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

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      • Stephen: Sadly, all things are not equal
        Hugh: That's right. Take, for example, the number of people who like Libby Purves and compare it to the number of people who have to listen to her every day on the radio.

      • Stephen: In the great sandwich of broadcasting, we at A Bit of Fry and Laurie, are perhaps but a thin slice of turkey breast.
        Hugh: We nourish, but we don't cause wind.

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      • Stephen: You have chosen wisely, little one. Yoda has taught you well.

        This is a reference to George Lucas' Star Wars trilogy.

      • Stephen: I warn you, Mr Bond, my patience is not inexhaustable.

        This is a reference to the James Bond movies, in which the main character is an English spy called James Bond (or 007).

      • Stephen: "Curiouser and curiouser!" said Alice.
        This is a reference to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Caroll.

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