• A Dibley Christmas, pt 2 & Reg Dwight finally arrives

    A Dibley Christmas, pt 2 & Reg Dwight finally arrives

    The ultimate holiday celebration continues as Geraldine puts the finishing touches on the Christmas sermon with Alice, and then Owen, as her sounding board. Unfortunately, it’s downhill from there as the Vicar now has plans for Christmas lunch #3 with Alice. Well, as you would expect, the Christmas sermon comes off like clockwork. And, how […]

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  • A Dibley Christmas celebration, pt 1

    A Dibley Christmas celebration, pt 1

    The Vicar of Dibley: The Christmas Lunch Incident — The ultimate holiday celebration – Britcom style. It’s so brilliant, it may take us several days to celebrate appropriately. Starts out a day like any other day until Geraldine accepts Christmas lunch #1 with Frank and Jim. Then, it’s Christmas lunch #2 with David showing off […]

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  • The holidays – Hyacinth style

    The holidays – Hyacinth style

    Fortunately, the Chinese take-away, the Green Lotus, is closed for the day, so the Family Boxing Day candlelight supper can be enjoyed by all in attendance. But, what would the holidays be without Hyacinth? Who amongst us can beat Hyacinth’s record of 112 Christmas cards? Popularity does have its penalties, however, as Richard has run […]

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  • Christmas with Thermoman

    Christmas with Thermoman

    Next up in our holiday celebration, Britcom style — My Hero, where the concept of Christmas and Santa seem to confuse George Sunday, better known as Thermoman. It’s understandable, if you’re from Ultron, have two hearts, own a health food store and possess superpowers. Completely understandable, given the fact that Mrs. Raven and the Dawkins’ […]

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  • Christmas with the Goods

    Christmas with the Goods

    Is it just me or is Good Neighbors (The Good Life in the U.K.) more relevant today than it was 30+ years ago. For most PBS stations across the country, this was the first (if not the second) Britcom ever aired after Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Richard Briers, Felicity Kendal, Paul Eddington and Penelope Keith […]

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  • Christmas at Gasforth Police Station

    Christmas at Gasforth Police Station

    Next up in our holiday celebration, Britcom style, it’s Christmas Eve at Gasforth Police Station where ‘yuletide spirit’ overflows. Constable Goody (James Dreyfuss) is beside himself when Inspector Fowler (Rowan Atkinson) gives him the news of a Christmas tree to be set up in the reception area.

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  • A Father Ted Christmas

    A Father Ted Christmas

    As we continue celebrating the holidays, Britcom-style, what would the holidays be without the Craggy Island antics of Father Ted Crilly, Father Dougal McGuire and Father Jack in this Christmas episode of Father Ted, A Christmassy Ted. Father Dougal checking the lights on the tree and opening the advent calendar are priceless. Enjoy. Dermot Morgan […]

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  • Hyacinth a Dame? It could happen.

    Hyacinth a Dame? It could happen.

    The folks over at the “official” Keeping Up Appearances Forum have begun a petition to make Patricia Routledge a Dame Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. A Tony Award winning actress in 1968 for her performance in Darling of the Day on Broadway, Patricia received an OBE in 1993 for her […]

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  • A pre-Phantom British Christmas

    A pre-Phantom British Christmas

    The next installment in our countdown to the most classic British comedy Christmas celebration leads us into the 1970’s vault. Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em If you’ve ever wondered how one prepares for over 1300 performances as the Phantom in Phantom of the Opera, look no further than a 70’s British comedy, Some Mothers Do […]

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  • It's holiday time w/ Ebenezer Blackadder

    It's holiday time w/ Ebenezer Blackadder

    In the days leading up to Christmas, we’ll review some classic scenes from your favorite Britcoms as they tackle the holiday season as only the British can. First up from the minds of Richard Curtis and Ben Elton: Blackadder’s Christmas Carol Nothing screams the holidays more than checking in with Ebenezer Blackadder. Or, perhaps, Robbie […]

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