See the Little Goblin, see his little feet. And his little nosey-wose, isn’t the Goblin sweet? The finest drinking song in the world from Blackadder!
“Beer” is the fifth episode of the BBC sitcom Blackadder II, the second series of Blackadder, which was set in Elizabethan England from 1558 to 1603. In the episode, an embarrassing incident with a turnip, an ostrich feather and a fanatically Puritan aunt leads to a right royal to-do in the Blackadder household. The episode marks Hugh Laurie’s first ever Blackadder appearance, and Miriam Margolyes’s second. Laurie would go on to appear in every subsequent episode of the show. read more
We’ve waited a long time for this! Tony Robinson is finally releasing his autobiography, and what a great title – No Cunning Plan. Read on to find out more.
Tony Robinson Autobiography
Over the years, Tony Robinson has become a favourite household name in the UK. To many, he will always be Baldrick, but his career goes much further than that. Whether in Maid Marion and her Merry Men, or staring in the popular Time Team, he is a versatile actor and presenter. With over 50 years in the entertainment industry, it’s about time that Tony Robinson released an autobiography. The name No Cunning Plan might give some clue as to how his career developed as well.read more
Blackadder Series 3 Episode 6 is called Duel and Duality. With Stephen Fry acting as the Duke of Wellington, this is a loud, brash, and hilarious episode, with some memorable one-liners and quotes. Check out the full script below.
Blackadder Series 3 Episode 6 – Duel and Duality Full Script
The Palace Kitchens
B: Ooh! Mr. Blackadder.
E: Leave me alone Baldrick. If I’d wanted to talk to a vegetable I’d
have bought one at the market.
B: Well don’t you want this message?
E: No thank you… God, I’m wasted here. It’s no life for a man of
noble blood being servant to a master with the intellect of a jugged
walrus and all the social graces of a potty.read more