Mr. Bean visits a rare book library (possibly the British Library), where he reads a rare tome that must be handled with gloves. Soon after he uses a pencil and a crayon to copy a page of ... See full summary »
Various mishaps at a police station in an English town. The main character is the anachronistic, yet charming and funny Inspector Fowler. CID foil to Fowler, Inspector Grim is a bumbling, seething idiot.
Top telly included Mr Bean in a 'Blind Date' spectacular, Angus Deayton, Ian Hislop and Paul Merton taking on assorted sporty celebs in "Have I Got A Question Of Sport For You". More ... See full summary »
Griff Rhys Jones
Hi there, I just love(d) this show, its jokes, sketches, actions, statements were funny, absurd, weird, unique, provoking. There were lots of different characters the presenter Harald Schmidt, his Sidekick Herbert Feuerstein and their good old grandma "Oma Sharif" played: Fozzie Bär, Hänschen Klein, Family Lucky. They had a quiz, where they asked for the only letter that was missing in a word or a sentence (always letter n). They explained German proverbs in a literally way. So were most of their jokes, interpreting words/sayings in a literal way. I really miss their kind of humor, they always made me laugh. I'm so happy that I recorded some of their shows on videotape :-)
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