This post was archived from the original website for Fawlty Towers Revisited, which premiered on public television in 2005.
In the interest of full disclosure, the following is a thank you note and a support message for PBS. You tell us repeatedly that you enjoy, appreciate and benefit from what we do, and we just want to remind you that we can’t do it without you, and wouldn’t want to!
Okay, here goes:
Thank you very much for joining PBS stations across the country in celebrating the 30th anniversary of Fawlty Towers. The anniversary special, Fawlty Towers Revisited, was well received by old and new fans, alike. Spot on!
And for those of you who supported your local PBS station’s efforts to continue to bring you the best British Comedies, as well as the most entertaining, engaging, informative and enlightening programming that you can use daily to enrich your life, thank you very, very much! And we hope you enjoyed your collectible thank-you gifts.
By the way, if you enjoyed Fawlty Towers Revisited — or any of the British Comedies you’ve watched on PBS stations for more than 30 years — then we think you might like to know that each program airs only because people in your town or city invested in their local PBS station. We’re not kidding when we say shows are made possible by “Viewers Like You.”
There is only one Fawlty Towers, and there is only one PBS. Yep, we’re blowing our horn a bit, but there’s zero spin, 100 percent fact here. Why? Because we hear it directly from people across the United States who tell us every day how PBS makes a positive contribution to their lives in so many different ways. You tell us that it’s much more than television, that it’s your window to the world around you — at Fawlty Towers, down your street or galaxies away.
We want to continue to provide that front-row ticket to the constantly changing, ever-amazing world around you, and with your partnership, we will. Thank you very much!
The Fawlty Towers Revisited Crew