Mrs Miggins from Blackadder Series 3

Blackadder Series 3 – Blackadder the Third

Blackadder series 3 is also known as Blackadder the Third. Set during the British Regency era, Blackadder is reduced in social status to being the butler of the Prince Regent. Baldrick, in a strange irony, has actually been elevated in social status from a serf to a ‘dogsbody’. He is still the butt of many Blackadder jokes though!
Blackadder series 3 - Blackadder and Baldrick are back!

Blackadder Series 3 – Blackadder the Third

The third series of Blackadder, is set in the late 18th and early 19th century period. Only two characters make it through from Blackadder (The Blackadder) and Blackadder II. These are Blackadder himself, and Baldrick. The ‘core’ group of other central characters in Blackadder Series 3, are completed with the Prince Regent, and Mrs. Miggins.
Blackadder Series 3 Quotes
As with the other two series of Blackadder, each episode features a guest star. Whilst each star is excellent in their own way, it is Stephen Fry as the Duke of Wellington who really stands out.
Blackadder series 3 funny quotes
Blackadder series 3 follows in the footsteps of series 2, by brilliantly blending great comedy with the contemporary issues of the time. It is the source of many funny Blackadder quotes, in particular from the bumbling Prince Regent. The way this character is played by Hugh Laurie is massively different from his other role as House, for which he is more famous in the United States.

Blackadder Series 3 Episode List

  1. Dish and Dishonesty
  2. Ink and Incapability
  3. Nob and Nobility
  4. Sense and Senility
  5. Amy and Amiability
  6. Duel and Duality

Mrs Miggins from Blackadder Series 3

Full Cast List for Blackadder Series 3

Rowan Atkinson Rowan Atkinson
 Edmund Blackadder, butler to the Prince / … (6 episodes, 1987)
Tony Robinson Tony Robinson
 Baldrick, a dogsbody / … (6 episodes, 1987)
Hugh Laurie Hugh Laurie
 The Prince Regent, their master (6 episodes, 1987)
Helen Atkinson Wood Helen Atkinson Wood
 Mrs. Miggins, a coffee shoppekeeper (6 episodes, 1987)
Robbie Coltrane Robbie Coltrane
 Dr. Samuel Johnson, noted for his fat dictionary (1 episode, 1987)
Hugh Paddick Hugh Paddick
 Keanrick, thespian (1 episode, 1987)
Kenneth Connor Kenneth Connor
 Mossop, thespian (1 episode, 1987)
Stephen Fry Stephen Fry
 The Duke of Wellington, a famous soldier (1 episode, 1987)
Vincent Hanna Vincent Hanna
 Mr. Vincent Hanna, his own great great great grandfather (1 episode, 1987)
Tim McInnerny Tim McInnerny
 Lord Topper, fop (1 episode, 1987)
Miranda Richardson Miranda Richardson
 Amy Hardwood, the elusive Shadow (1 episode, 1987)
Warren Clarke Warren Clarke
 Mr. Hardwood, her father (1 episode, 1987)
Lee Cornes Lee Cornes
 Shelley, romantic junkie poet (1 episode, 1987)
Gertan Klauber Gertan Klauber
 King George III, a mad Monarch (1 episode, 1987)
Denis Lill Denis Lill
 Sir Talbot Buxomly, a member of Parliament (1 episode, 1987)
Nigel Planer Nigel Planer
 Lord Smedley, fop (1 episode, 1987)
Chris Barrie Chris Barrie
 Ambassador, a fearsome revolutionary (1 episode, 1987)
Ben Elton Ben Elton
 Anarchist (1 episode, 1987)
Barbara Horne Barbara Horne
 Sally Cheapside, a young lady of doubtful virtue (1 episode, 1987)
Simon Osborne Simon Osborne
 Pitt the Younger, the Prime Minister (1 episode, 1987)
Steve Steen Steve Steen
 Byron, romantic junkie poet (1 episode, 1987)
Roger Avon Roger Avon
 The Duke of Cheapside, her father (1 episode, 1987)
Geoffrey McGivern Geoffrey McGivern
 Ivor Biggun, a candidate (1 episode, 1987)
Jim Sweeney Jim Sweeney
 Coleridge, romantic junkie poet (1 episode, 1987)
Dominic Martelli Dominic Martelli
 Pitt the even Younger, a tiny whig (1 episode, 1987)