A Bit of Fry and Laurie

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  • Episode 7

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    S 4 : Ep 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.moreless
  • Episode 6

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    S 4 : Ep 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.moreless
  • Episode 5

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    S 4 : Ep 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.moreless
  • Episode 4

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    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
  • Episode 3

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    S 4 : Ep 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.moreless
  • Episode 2

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    S 4 : Ep 2 - 2/19/95

    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
  • Episode 1

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    S 4 : Ep 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.moreless
  • Episode 6

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    S 3 : Ep 6 -

    The owner of a magic shop demonstrates some of his wares by cutting off his customer's finger in a trick guillotine, but he still manages to sell him some very realistic dog poo. Elizabeth Martin is cooking a selection of human ears, testicles and sweetbreads on her show 'Tahitian Kitchen'.moreless
  • Episode 5

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    An angry customer attempts to return a copy of Jane Eyre to the bookshop where he purchased it, his reason – 'it's complete balls'. Once again it's time to mix another cocktail at the piano, Hugh plays jazz as Stephen conjures up a 'Beef Goulash'.moreless
  • Episode 4

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    Jacobsen is called in to see his commanding officer in the US Army who is furious and tells him he is going to 'boil his ass in a bag, and have his ass for breakfast'. At an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting a new member stands up to confess his problem is that 'the starter motor seems to get stuck, especially in cold weather'.moreless
  • Episode 3

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    S 3 : Ep 3 -

    A customer in a shoe shop is surprised to learn that the shoes are not for sale, but actually available for pleasures of the flesh, he is eventually tempted by Fredericka the moccasin. Stephen remembers 'The day I forgot my legs' and there is a special version of A Question of Sport's 'What Happened Next?'moreless
  • Episode 2

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    S 3 : Ep 2 -

    A pair of country boys perform their song 'There Ain't But One Way' which advocates 'kickin' ass' in order to solve most of the world's problems. Hugh reminisces about the variety of jobs he's had since moving to London including working as a freelance nudist and a couple of months in the white slave trade.moreless
  • Episode 1

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    S 3 : Ep 1 -

    When Timothy is called into his father's study for a word, it is revealed to him that he is the chosen one and he must set out to kill Pewnack the Destroyer, the Dark One, the Beast – who lives in Saffron Walden. The show closes with Hugh providing accompaniment on the piano as Stephen mixes up a 'Whisky Thunder'.moreless
  • Episode 6

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    S 2 : Ep 6 -

    Passions run high in the final program of the series. The day turns out to be very unlucky for Hugh as Stephen becomes irritated by his piano playing and kills him. But the irritation continues as the program becomes an obituary for Hugh and ruins the sketch. However, there is a happy ending for those who like that sort of thing.moreless
  • Episode 5

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    S 2 : Ep 5 -

    Last episode you met the Robert Robinsons, this week be prepared to face The Rhodes Boysons. The identity of the surprise guest is also revealed during the program which represents new horizons in home entertainment.moreless
  • Episode 4

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    S 2 : Ep 4 -

    On the soap opera side of things, Tom gets a surprise when Irene reveals her treachery, and the arrival of Duncan's new legs causes Bob's affair with Martin to reach flash point.
  • Episode 3

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    S 2 : Ep 3 -

    Stephen and Hugh cope with the knotty problem of offensive language. They have uncovered a series of obscure words like 'pempslider,' a 'cloff-prunker' and 'pim-hole' which are extremely rude, but pass unnoticed by most of us because we don't know what they mean.moreless
  • Episode 2

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    S 2 : Ep 2 -

    Faxed to you live from medieval Spain. Comedic scenes of more or less amusing nature which see out two chums struggling to overthrow the Moors. Guest appearance by Nigel Pargeter as the Lawntidy.moreless
  • Episode 1

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    S 2 : Ep 1 -

    The first of a new experimental series in which Stephen Fry will be played by Hugh Laurie and Hugh Laurie will be played by Stephen Fry. The part of 'A Bit' will be played by And, and the part of 'Of' will be played by Paddy Ashdown. The BBC takes no responsibility for articles of clothing removed on the premises.moreless
  • Episode 6

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    Highlights include a puppy who has had a hard life: the conversational pull of the Book of Genesis versus that of girlfriends' breasts; and a retirement home resident who, at 94, decides he wants to suck the marrow (or more specifically, the oral sex) out of life. The pleasant boys from M.I.5 are back to treat each other with love, and the taxation minister is heckled by no other than Tony of Plymouth, avenger of the poor.moreless
  • Episode 5

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    As a service to the public, Fry and Laurie provide two TV critics to deride the show. A lesbian-obsessed lawyer, a miserable English teacher, and a young couple who baptize their infant for business reasons provide plenty of fodder for the critics' self-absorbed rambling. As an added bonus, Laurie walks us through his very favorite sketch, and, with Fry's help, celebrates Swiss week.moreless
  • Episode 4

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    An episode rife with controversy: several of the sketches are canceled after an audience member demands they are his stolen intellectual property. A teen poet helps his headmaster to accept the head's own repressed longing to express himself in metaphor. The polite M.I.5 boys return, and a young entrepreneur is denied a bank loan for his drug operation. Fry names his nipples, and, with Laurie's help, tells us how a floppy hat can save you from being killed by a bus.moreless
  • Episode 3

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    Fry steals Laurie's brain as a practical joke, but Laurie never notices. A pleasant Greek lunch is spoiled by Laurie's insecurity and lack of self-esteem. A tobacconist posing as a doctor prescribes cigarettes. The commander of the M.I.5 and his assistant are back for a chat, and two unwavering detectives demand to know the whereabouts or an unmarried woman's husband.moreless
  • Episode 2

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    S 1 : Ep 2 -

    Highlights include Fry as an information stand attendant who knows too much, a man whose last name is the sound of a cigarette lighter dropping on a desk tries to file a police report. A cad of a talk show host gets his desserts; and we meet the very pleasant and expositional commander of the M.I.5 and his assistant. The episode ends with an aerobic workout for hands, and a very dramatic corporate takeover.moreless
  • Episode 1

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    S 1 : Ep 1 -

    Fry as a put upon headmaster and Laurie as a Puritanical parent who wants to exchange his 'soiled' son kicks off the premiere episode. Useful tips for making poetry convenient is followed by a bookshop in which all the books have been edited for greater British glory. Laurie turns in a great performance as a fraudulent psychic, and the duo round out the episode with description of a censored sketch and its boorish replacement.moreless
  • Pilot

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    S 1 : Ep 0 - 12/26/87

    Sketches include:

    Customs Camera, Holiday Photographs, Problems around the Eye Area, The Privatisation of the Police Force, Critics (“Argue the Toss,” “Up the Arts,” “Oh No, Not Another One”), Deodorant, “How Lovely I Was”, Soup/Suit, Mystery (song), You Can’t Make an Omelette without Breaking Eggs (1st Gordon & Stuart), The word “Gay.”, Toy Car Showroom, Tales of War, Australian Soap Operamoreless
  • Bit of Fry and Laurie Xmas

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