Here are some of the best Nursie moments and quotes from the second series of Blackadder. Which one is your favourite?
Nursie was a recurring character in the second series of Blackadder. Played brilliantly by Patsy Byrne (13 July 1933 – 17 June 2014), she came across as slightly naive, a little crazy, and almost cartoon like. Treating Queeny as though she was still a child, Nursie had some memorable quotes and moments from the show.
The Best Nursie Moments
Here’s some of the most outstanding moments featuring Nursie from the second series of Blackadder.
Nursie explaining that Queeny was almost a boy.
Out you popped, out of your mummies tumpkin and everyone
shouted : “It’s a boy, it’s a boy!”. And somebody said “but it
hasn’t got a winkle!”. And then I said “A boy without a winkle? God be praised, it is a miracle. A boy without a winkle!” And then Sir Thomas More pointed out that a boy without a winkle is a girl. And everyone was really disappointed.
We’re not sure nursie’s first aid skills are up to scratch.
Nursie commenting on the Queen’s speech.
On the news that Rum is dead, Nursie puts on his beard. She will wear it always!
When the Queen apologises for playing a prank on Blackadder
It was, my little rosebud. If you weren’t quite so big, it’d be time for Mr. and Mrs. Spank to pay a short sharp trip to Bottyland.
What do you mean?
And in the final episode of the second series of Blackadder, we discover that Nursie has a udder fixation.
An even tougher choice is…
Of course, it’s always both breasty dumplings!
And finally, we’ll leave you with this great Nursie scene. Which one did you like the best? Leave a comment below!