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 ... See full summary »

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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'. Written by Anonymous

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5 March 1995 (UK)  »

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During the "Cocktail" end credits, Fry shakes the cocktail mixer inside his trousers, then puts the mixer on the table. In that moment, there's clearly visible a second mixer already on the table on the far right, which is likely the one Fry uses to pour the drinks in the end. See more »

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References Top Gear (1978) See more »

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The Polite Rap
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Performed by Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie
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"The tall one and his slightly less tall, less talented friend."
12 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After the weak first two episodes of season 4, "A Bit of Fry and Laurie" is never quite as hilarious as it was in previous seasons, but it is still fun. Stephen & Hugh spend a bit too much time introducing their guests and repeating old routines, but the sketches are plenty funny.

This episode's sketches are: Cold Open: Wandering and Talking; Intro: Top Gear; Guests: Caroline Quentin & Patrick Barlow; Dave Wilson's Football School; Good Morning (the return of Mr. Dalliard!); Discussion: Guest Roles; Rap: Be Nice ("'cause I'm a good-ass motherliker!"); Head Gardeners; Gelliant Gutfright Presents Flowers for Wendy; Cocktail: A Quick One with You, Stephen.


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