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I don’t mind mr bean but I find Johnny English atrocious
Who's the Pierce being referred to?
Some people really need to educate themselves a bit and watch Blackadder.
'Welcome, lads! This is the stuff, eh? Christmas sherry and charades with honest, manly fellows. What can I do with a girl that I can't do with you?'
'I cannot conceive Sir.'
Some character whose cocktail party Bruce attends. Somebody who pisses him off later on.
While I like Mr. Bean, it's actually true that people really don't think of Blackadder when they see Rowan Atkinson. Blackadder (especially Season 3) is a work of genius! It explains people need a clown to laugh at rather than a... an orator?
Possibly or it could be just that the general public are morons. Look at the utterly inexplicable popularity of Mrs Brown's Boys.
Atkinson is amazingly rubber-faced, but for me his best and funniest attribute is his dry, droll delivery, so it seems a waste that Bean barely speaks.
AFAIK, the diabolical japanese woman hasn't met Bond (yet). But I wouldn't bet on him being victorious in case of a confrontation.
I trust you've severed all ties with said person? I advise you to take their advice with more than a pinch of salt in future otherwise you might find yourself holidaying in Aleppo on their 'recommendation'.
Given we're talking Blackadder and to get things back on topic there's the Scarlett Pimpernel episode in Blackadder 3 where Tim Mcinnery delivers the line 'Shaken not stirred' with impeccable suaveness.
Ah yes! That episode actually made me laugh quite a lot. Insulting the French has never been better. And the demise of Sir Percy Blakeney? Good God! :))
I cant stand that Mrs Brown shit.
My personal favourite Blackadder series is Blackadder II...just perfect sarcastic comedy...razor sharp.
In Blackadder ,especially series II he is awesome....it's the Elizabethan times and he is brilliant.
Good to know the car has been in good hands and we'll cared for!
To start off, within the past week there was a contestant on the show who was a massive Bond fan (Roger Moore was his favorite, he said) whose dad got him into the films as a young boy. I instantly began rooting for this gentleman, though he ended up not doing very well at all. Still, great to see fellow Bond fans out there.
And tonight the final question on Jeopardy was in the category of "Novels of the '60s," a title that got me excited as images of the Bond books came over me during the commercial break before the question was revealed. And sure enough, I was right in my suspicions, as the question wanted to know what book Fleming's famous line about life and death was from, that being You Only Live Twice. As I read the first words of the question I fear I woke up the whole house (though my parents were quite alert and awake) and made my dog have an alarming start from his nap when I shared my enthusiasm at the reference. I count Fleming as one of the literary greats, so I always get excited when his work is featured in such a way and when people know about his books (I was happy to see that 2/3 of the contestants got it, too).
It was a good Jeopardy week.
- Beano = weekly comic
- Annual = hardback book of comic strips your grandma gives you for Christmas
- Gnasher = Dennis the Menace's dog
- Dennis the Menace = the REAL Dennis the Menace
A Franco-Belgian comic! :)