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British Television comedies

From ,Are you being served? To Red Dwarf. From Absolutely Fabulous to Man about the House. Hilarity, British style, subtle, dry, and completely over the top.

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Do any of you have no one to talk British Comedies with. Does your family think you a bit touched, mine does. Lets talk British laughs.

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Where to now? Have I seen them all? 15 Replies

These are the ones that I've seen and liked (most of them a lot) I may be forgetting a couple...BallykissangelMonarch of the Glen Probably our favoriteWaiting for GodFawlty TowersAre you being…Continue

Started by Jimbo3P0. Last reply by Eston Sep 15, 2012.

What's the Last British Movie or TV Show You've Seen? 17 Replies

Share what you've seen from the Brits here. What's the last movie or British TV show you've watched? While comedies are my favorites this can be any genre - drama, documentary, etc - DVDs or at the…Continue

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Started by Aces. Last reply by Aces Jun 21, 2012.

Help naming a British movie 1 Reply

Okay, this is going waaay back. I saw a commercial for a movie on either A&E or Bravo...wait for it...in 1995 (yea, I know, "is she serious?!?). It was a british film, set in post WW2 I…Continue

Started by Moneypenny. Last reply by Netflowers Feb 19, 2012.

Your favorite British television laughs!! 92 Replies

I love British Comedies, and I'm looking for a group to share the laughs with.I'm not sure where to start, so how about, what tickles your funny bone?What are some of your faves?Continue

Started by DLM. Last reply by Netflowers Nov 10, 2011.

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Comment by Aces on December 24, 2012 at 3:29pm

Biff

Amazon has 3 seasons of Gavin & Stacey on their VOD.  It's free is you have Amazon Prime.

Comment by Biff on November 10, 2011 at 1:22pm

Anyone know when the 2nd season of Gavin and Stacey will be available for IW?

Comment by Aces on September 26, 2011 at 10:06pm

are you being served good stuff!

 

Yes, I used to watch that on TV years ago.  Hilarious 5 star comedy.  Thanks for the reminder!

Comment by bigdaddy1952 on September 20, 2011 at 10:58am
are you being served good stuff!
Comment by Olivia D on September 19, 2011 at 3:20pm
Check out "Black Books" (Britcom), "Vicar of Dibley" (Britcom with Dawn French co-creator of Absolutley Fabulous), and the movie "Undertaking Betty" with Brenda Blethyn, Alfred Molina, Christopher Walken, and Naomi Watts.
Comment by Aces on January 25, 2010 at 9:33pm
A new member is looking for the name of a movie in this discussion on the main board. I suggested they join the What's the Name of that Movie group but thought one of the British movie fans might know the answer.
Comment by cpsgirl on January 14, 2010 at 8:19pm
Thanks for the heads up! I wish I had television so I could watch the Golden Globes to see how he fares.
Comment by Aces on January 14, 2010 at 8:00pm
Ricky Gervais was a guest on Conan OBrien last night. If you missed it you can see it for 17 days at HULU.com.
Ricky Gervais on Conan O'Brien
Comment by DLM on July 19, 2009 at 3:10am
The Cracker series staring Robbie Coltrane is excellent.
Comment by Aces on July 18, 2009 at 7:00pm
Not a comedy but it does have some laughs and is a great British TV show:
Cracker
Netflix doesn't have the first season but Blockbuster On Line does so I've seen all 3 and love this show. I would recommend that you watch the series in order. It's about catching criminals but there's a lot of personal story on the main characters so it should be seen in order.
 

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