• Old Guys find home on PBS stations

    Old Guys find home on PBS stations

    Clive Swift (Richard from Keeping Up Appearances) and Roger Lloyd Pack (Owen in Vicar of Dibley) have teamed up for a new British comedy, The Old Guys, coming to public televison stations in 2010. Jane Asher plays Sally, the neighbor that definitely recognizes that both Roy and Tom are attracted to her and tends to […]

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  • A Fawlty holiday giveaway tonight

    A Fawlty holiday giveaway tonight

    Ok, Britcom people, just a reminder, midnight tonight is the deadline for entry into the Fawlty Towers giveaway. Answer the five trivia questions below and you’ll be entered into a drawing for one of two Fawlty Towers Remastered: The Complete Collection DVD sets or one Fawlty Towers: A Worshiper’s Companion book. Why not enter. If […]

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  • Happy 79th, Ronnie Corbett

    Happy 79th, Ronnie Corbett

    Whether you’ve been enjoying British comedy for a number of years or have just discovered in recent years, Ronnie Corbett is a name that you need to be familiar with. Unfortunately, while Ronnie Barker (Open All Hours and Porridge) is no longer with us, Ronnie Corbett happily turns 79 on December 4. Ronnie Corbett first met […]

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  • Johnny Depp, Dibley's newest resident?

    Johnny Depp, Dibley's newest resident?

    Ok, so it was 1999, but there was a Johnny Depp sighting in Dibley by Geraldine and Alice that, briefly, made them not think about Richard Armitage. Fortunately, however, it did make Geraldine forget about her encounters with Owen over the years too. No word for a couple of years now on the news that […]

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  • Keeping Up Appearances – Take 2

    Keeping Up Appearances – Take 2

    Why do I like this show even more now? And, why do I really want to go to the pub with Geoffrey Hughes (Onslow)…or even Patricia Routledge (Hyacinth)? It’s interesting to note that there are very few bloopers or outtakes floating around for Britcoms. In talking with a number of British actors and actresses over […]

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  • As Time Goes By – Take 2

    As Time Goes By – Take 2

    As Time Goes By. One of the classic Britcoms of all time that has put many a smile on viewers faces for years. Little did we know just how grueling and all-businesslike the production was in order to bring us that finished product each week.

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  • Fawlty Towers "stuff" giveaway

    Fawlty Towers "stuff" giveaway

    Widely recognized and voted on as the #1 worst hotel on the planet, yet named the #1 television program of all time by the British Film Institute, Fawlty Towers is 30 years old! What better way to mark the anniversary than to painstakingly remaster a new DVD release. Why consider this painstaking? Well, not only […]

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  • Happy Thanksgiving from Tellyspotting!

    Happy Thanksgiving from Tellyspotting!

    Well, it’s not British, but it’s a classic and it has something to do with turkey. If anyone can find the entire clip of this, I’d love to have it. For those of you that remember this, enjoy! For those of you that don’t, you need to find it. That said, we hope everyone has […]

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  • Rupert Pupkin is no Rowan Atkinson

    Rupert Pupkin is no Rowan Atkinson

    Rowan Atkinson as Carl Sagan on comedy If you are ever posed the question anywhere, anytime, as to what might Rowan Atkinson know about visual humor, let me quickly answer for you and simply say, Rowan Atkinson is the King of Comedy. In this Cosmos-style look at comedy, Rowan discusses what makes visual humor funny. Rowan […]

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  • Yes Minister invades the Ukraine. No, really.

    Yes Minister invades the Ukraine. No, really.

    Following in the footsteps of Turkey, India and the Netherlands, the Ukraine has decided that given its’ democratic independence that began in the 90’s, the time is right to showcase the political opportunism and backroom manipulation that can sometimes go with democracy. What better place to turn than England and a 30-year old series that, […]

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