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Season 4 Episode 12

Domesticity

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Dec 15, 2006 on BBC Two
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Domesticity
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Stephen Fry, Alan Davies and guests discuss quite interesting topics beginning with 'D', particularly 'Domesticity'.

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      • Stephen: How do you know if it's time to wash the dishes and clean your house?
        Jo: Oh, because bubonic plague has broken out?

      • Stephen: Complete in the following sentence using the appropriate adverb. (to Alan) That's the word that usually ends in "-ly".

      • Stephen: Phill, what would you clean with A., a stick of rhubarb, and--
        Phill: A dog's arse. Next!
        Stephen: A dog's arse, right...
        Phill: Get it right in there... (illustrates with his hands)
        Stephen: And B.-- One use per stick of rhubarb?
        Phill: I wouldn't be putting it in the crumble, if that's what you're asking.

      • Phill: (to Stephen, agitated) No-one has a kettle like that! Look at it! We don't all live in a fluffy-duffy Dickensian world of charm like you! (impersonating Stephen) "Oh, there goes the kettle. On the Aga."
        Stephen: It's a perfectly sensible way of cooking food and preparing meals, it keeps the kitchen warm...

      • Stephen: When I lived at university, me and my friend Hugh Laurie shared a house, and we had a bit of work to be done. And our plasterers, you know who they were?
        Jessica: Oh, Charlie...
        Stephen: Charlie Higson and Paul Whitehouse, that's right, they were our plasterers.
        Alan: And you were their inspiration, for so many characters.
        Stephen: Yes, exactly...
        Phill: (impersonating Hugh Laurie) "Stephen, the fellows in the hall are awfully funny!"
        Stephen: Oh, that's Hugh, is it? Right. I'm telling.

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