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Annabelle 
Posted: 05-Apr-2004, 08:56 PM
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BBC has alot of Comedy programs. MANY of them come on Sat's night here in the states. What's your favorite program?

Mine is "Keeping up Appearences", what's yours?


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Posted: 05-Apr-2004, 09:06 PM
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huh.gif Sit at home on a Saturday night!!!???? Not when there's a bar stool with my name on it. wink.gif biggrin.gif
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Blackadder by a mile. Seen each series so many times and it never gets old or less funny.


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Posted: 05-Apr-2004, 11:21 PM
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BBC has comedy programs?

Ground Force is my favorite BBC program and it has plenty of humor involved for me.


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I've got to agree with snowblind on this one. Blackadder is my favorite (the WWII series specifically). After that would have to be Are You Being Served, then Fawlty Towers.
Of course none of these are played locally anymore. sad.gif (At least not on any of the channels that I get.)


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I, of course, love Black Adder and Fawlty Towers. Also,

The Young Ones
The Manor Born
Good Neighbors
As Time Goes By
The Blue Line

and recent favorites

Coupling
My Hero

Supposedly American TV was trying to recreate Coupling, but it was and abysmal failure. But it was nice to see one of the guys from it in Pirate of the Carribean.
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Oops! Sorry about spelling errors.

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Are You Being Served is hilarious. So Graham Norton is my current British fav. Watch it on BBC America. I've never seen Black Adder, but I've heard of it.


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Posted: 06-Apr-2004, 08:01 AM
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Unfortunately Benny Hill is no longer on the air. sad.gif


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No one said Monty Python? unsure.gif

Absolutely my favorite. Then Fawlty Towers, Black Adder, though I haven't seen very many episodes. Absolutely Fabulous is a BBC program, right? Now that stuff's funny as hell.


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Yep, Monty Phyton is good! Very Very funny!
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Monty Python is THE classic! Scottish time bomb, dead parrot, etc... My wife doesn't understand why the Minister of Silly Walks sketch is hilarious, but then she doesn't get the Three Stooges either!
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I regualarly watch Monty Pyton and Dead Ringers.


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I've never seen Dead Ringers!? What is that about?
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It is a comedy show where they spoof people.

IU watch it on BBC America. Unfortunately, I have to have digital cable to get BBC America.

http://www.tomandnev.co.uk/dr.htm


http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/comedy/deadringers.shtml
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