A Bit Of Fry And Laurie - BBC Series 1-4 Complete Box Set - £17.98 @ Amazon
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A Bit Of Fry And Laurie - BBC Series 1-4 Complete Box Set - £17.98 @ Amazon

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Found 9th Sep 2009Made hot 9th Sep 2009
classic series - cheaper than the 49.99 RRP

Synopsis
All four series of Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie's witty sketch show. All your favourite characters are present and counted for, including yuppy couple John and Peter and secret agent Tony Mercheson.

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Original Poster

hmm - might have jumped the gun a bit there, it's the same price in a lot of places.
Still, it's a good deal

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A decent price for the box set but when I saw it recently on Gold or something it seemed horrifically dated.

Original Poster

I saw an episode recently and really liked it - maybe it was a particularly good episode

Hot from me, I'm a fan

One of the finest sets of comedy sketch shows ever made. The first series seems alittle dated, but no more than something like the Young Ones does...

Axemanbob;6251544

One of the finest sets of comedy sketch shows ever made. The first … One of the finest sets of comedy sketch shows ever made. The first series seems alittle dated, but no more than something like the Young Ones does...



The Young ones isnt dated, its class and relevant

This is great stuff. I'm sure the price has been creeping up - I think it was about £15.90 before Christmas. Still - Hot.

I do like Tony and Control - working for the police and having spoken to govt. agencies, I'm not sure it's a sketch or a documentary.. Plus watching this (or Jeeves and Wooster) after House is interesting.

crikey ive left the iron on.:thumbsup:

Marjorie!

hugh3sy7;6251678

The Young ones isnt dated, its class and relevant



Well said.

This is an OK deal, but the sketches seemed to rely heavily on the politics and
culture of the moment, in this case, the late 80's early 90's. Some of the gay jokes seems positively cringeworthy, especially in the light that Stephen Fry is now an out and proud gay man!

Never really liked ths series to be honest, was a bit young at the time to really 'get' the humour.

Ooh didn't know this was out on DVD, absolute comedy gold!

Soupy twist!
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