A Bit of Fry and Laurie (1987–1995)
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Stephen and Hugh cope with the knotty problem of offensive language. They have uncovered a series of obscure words like 'pempslider,' a 'cloff-prunker' and 'pim-hole' which are extremely ... See full summary »

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Stephen and Hugh cope with the knotty problem of offensive language. They have uncovered a series of obscure words like 'pempslider,' a 'cloff-prunker' and 'pim-hole' which are extremely rude, but pass unnoticed by most of us because we don't know what they mean. Written by Anonymous

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Ram it up yer prime ministering pimhole!
9 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

Season 2 of "A Bit of Fry and Laurie" picks up right where Season 1 left off: our old friends Control, Tony, Peter, and John are back, as are the vox pop crowd. Season 2 features the same witty wordplay, gleeful slapstick, and excellent rapport between the actors. In this season, Stephen and Hugh also do a brief introduction (in character as "themselves") before the sketches begin. These introductions mark the start of Stephen's trademark finger quotes.

The sketches are: Intro: Gags; Made-up Swearwords; Over to You; Jewelry Store (a wonderful reprise of Stephen's frilly, verbose shop assistant character); Monologue: Hugh's Past Girlfriends; Stephen & Hugh Discuss Dr. Who; Westminster Society; John & Peter (with an appearance by Margery!); Stephen & Hugh Sort Correspondence/Bottom Fondling.


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