Next Episode of A Bit of Fry and Laurie is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie were among the most successful acts of the alternative comedy show Saturday Live/Friday Night Live and after a Christmas pilot in 1987, the BBC commissioned a series in 1989."My father wouldn't have a television in the house, so we used to gather round every night and watch it on the lawn".Fry and Laurie explored a seemingly inexhaustible list of subjects with a delicious turn of phrase and elaborate wordplay. The hilarity-included regular acts such as not so super spy Tony Mercheson and his boss Control, yuppies, John and Peter, as well as the concluding cocktail recipe to the accompaniment of Mr. Music with plenty of Vox Pops.
Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie kick off their eccentric sketch series. Hugh reads a poem and meets an obsequious barber, while Stephen interviews a man who claims to be able to bend spoons.
Two spies discuss a colleague's failed mission, a wealthy man has a disagreement with a beggar, and two over-dramatic businessmen discuss the future of their company.
Two men go out for a meal at a Greek restaurant, a patient gets an unexpected prescription from his doctor, and Stephen has a laugh about an Open University blooper.
A teacher takes a pupil to task over his prize-winning poem, a drug dealer tries to get a bank loan, and there's a discussion about madness.
A lawyer cross-examines a witness, an actor reminisces about the people he's worked with over the years, and a couple at a christening can't decide what to name their child.
A waiter keeps interrupting the punchline of a joke and a care worker in a retirement home brings an objectionable resident his cocoa.
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