Category Archives: Best Blackadder Quotes

Find all the best Blackadder Quotes online here!

The best Blackadder Quotes online

There is a popular phrase – “A Blackadder Quote a Day keeps the cretins away”. OK, perhaps that is not an official saying, but it should be! Never a day goes by, when I don’t quote Blackadder at least once. And even if I don’t actually quote from the show, I give a ‘BAHHH’ General Melchett style!

If you are looking to find the best Blackadder quotes online, then check out this collection. Blackadder quotes are updated daily, and so you can pick a new one every day of the year!

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The Most Romantic Line In Blackadder | Life Without You Is Like…

This is by far the most romantic line in Blackadder. Save it for your next cheesy pick-up line, or to write in a Valentine card!

The Most Romantic Line In Blackadder

The Most Romantic Line In Blackadder

This line was the closing part of Blackadder Series 2 Episode 6 – Chains. Check out the full script here – Blackadder Chains.

Pop his todger between two floury baps and shout, “Dinnertime, Fido!”

Personally, I’d recommend you get hold of a cocker spaniel, tie your suspect down on a chair, with a potty on his head, then pop his todger between two floury baps and shout, “Dinnertime, Fido!”

Dinnertime Fido!

Dinnertime Fido

Check out the full script for this episode here. > Full script for Blackadder General Hospital.

See The Little Goblin Drinking Song From Blackadder

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!
See the little goblin Blackadder

Beer

“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.
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