A Bit of Fry and Laurie (1987–1995)
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Episode #4.7 

The Young Tory of the Year National finals are taking place with contestants including Andrew Treadgold, who is reading Bigotry and Libertarian Nonsense at Exeter University. Hugh receives ... See full summary »

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Bob Spiers
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Episode cast overview:
Stephen Fry ... Various Characters
Hugh Laurie ... Various Characters
Janine Duvitski Janine Duvitski ... Herself
Robert Daws ... Himself
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The Young Tory of the Year National finals are taking place with contestants including Andrew Treadgold, who is reading Bigotry and Libertarian Nonsense at Exeter University. Hugh receives a death threat and Stephen warns him that it might not be safe for him to do his song. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy

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TV-PG
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UK

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English

Release Date:

26 March 1995 (UK) See more »

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England, UK

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Mono

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School Children: [children at assembly sing the morning song in an interfaith school that accomodates every belief system] We worship you O god of gods / Whoever you may be / We realise that you operate / Supernaturally / We thank you for the birds and bees / For creatures live or dead / But if you actually don't exist / Then ignore what we just said.
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References Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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House of Love
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Written by Tony Mortimer
Performed by East 17
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Soupy Twist
12 July 2011 | by intriguementSee all my reviews

Well, season 4 of "A Bit of Fry and Laurie" is never quite as hilarious as the previous seasons, but this episode is a solid farewell. The sketches are plenty funny and the guests make a good contribution. Soupy Twist, my friends.

The sketches are: Intro: It's the End!; Guests: Janine Duvitski & Robert Daws; Religious Esperanto (hilarious); Pre-Coital Agreement (also hilarious); Hugh Sings "Dribblin' Fool" (not his best song - why didn't they save "Little Girl" or "Steffi Graf" for his final performance?); Monologue: Stephen's Autobiography; Telephone Symbol; Level Nine; Cocktail: A Modern Britain (Hugh plays the piano as usual, but Robert performs the 'brass' part on trumpet!).


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