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I was thinking about a kid I went to school with. He was pretty slow and dopey, but he'd try to cover it up by dropping big words into sentences. Which made me think of one of my favourite KitH sketches:


I love some of the minor touches, such as "your good lady wife." Such a strange and formal phrase for a ridiculous situation.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 4:33pm
I was thinking about a kid I went to school with. He was pretty slow and dopey, but he'd try to cover it up by dropping big words into sentences. Which made me think of one of my favourite KitH sketches:


I love some of the minor touches, such as "your good lady wife." Such a strange and formal phrase for a ridiculous situation.
That was such a great show. I dont recall that sketch though.

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BitterTom wrote:
01 Apr 2020, 11:43pm
100 times later it still makes me laugh.

It's brillant but my favourite Two Ronnies sketch was always The Opticians, just laughed my tits off all over again...

There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Heston wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 6:45pm
BitterTom wrote:
01 Apr 2020, 11:43pm
100 times later it still makes me laugh.

It's brillant but my favourite Two Ronnies sketch was always The Opticians, just laughed my tits off all over again...

I love that opticians sketch brilliant stuff.
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revbob wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 5:18pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 4:33pm
I was thinking about a kid I went to school with. He was pretty slow and dopey, but he'd try to cover it up by dropping big words into sentences. Which made me think of one of my favourite KitH sketches:


I love some of the minor touches, such as "your good lady wife." Such a strange and formal phrase for a ridiculous situation.
That was such a great show. I dont recall that sketch though.
I don't either. It's wild that I have like 3 of the 5 box sets, and I watched the show religiously back in the day, but like 2-3 times a year I STILL find sketches of theirs that I have no memory of seeing.
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Wolter wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 8:16pm
revbob wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 5:18pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 4:33pm
I was thinking about a kid I went to school with. He was pretty slow and dopey, but he'd try to cover it up by dropping big words into sentences. Which made me think of one of my favourite KitH sketches:


I love some of the minor touches, such as "your good lady wife." Such a strange and formal phrase for a ridiculous situation.
That was such a great show. I dont recall that sketch though.
I don't either. It's wild that I have like 3 of the 5 box sets, and I watched the show religiously back in the day, but like 2-3 times a year I STILL find sketches of theirs that I have no memory of seeing.
Yeah I watched the hell out of that show.

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revbob wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 8:38pm
Wolter wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 8:16pm
revbob wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 5:18pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 4:33pm
I was thinking about a kid I went to school with. He was pretty slow and dopey, but he'd try to cover it up by dropping big words into sentences. Which made me think of one of my favourite KitH sketches:


I love some of the minor touches, such as "your good lady wife." Such a strange and formal phrase for a ridiculous situation.
That was such a great show. I dont recall that sketch though.
I don't either. It's wild that I have like 3 of the 5 box sets, and I watched the show religiously back in the day, but like 2-3 times a year I STILL find sketches of theirs that I have no memory of seeing.
Yeah I watched the hell out of that show.
I know that the US broadcasts cut out some content that CBC showed, but that sketch wouldn't trigger an6 censors.
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I kind of love how this thread has evolved into two distinct and discrete conversations between North Americans and people from the UK about culturally specific shows.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 9:32pm
revbob wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 8:38pm
Wolter wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 8:16pm
revbob wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 5:18pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 4:33pm
I was thinking about a kid I went to school with. He was pretty slow and dopey, but he'd try to cover it up by dropping big words into sentences. Which made me think of one of my favourite KitH sketches:


I love some of the minor touches, such as "your good lady wife." Such a strange and formal phrase for a ridiculous situation.
That was such a great show. I dont recall that sketch though.
I don't either. It's wild that I have like 3 of the 5 box sets, and I watched the show religiously back in the day, but like 2-3 times a year I STILL find sketches of theirs that I have no memory of seeing.
Yeah I watched the hell out of that show.
I know that the US broadcasts cut out some content that CBC showed, but that sketch wouldn't trigger an6 censors.
I used to actually watch it on CBC.

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Wolter wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 9:36pm
I kind of love how this thread has evolved into two distinct and discrete conversations between North Americans and people from the UK about culturally specific shows.
Yeah and I have zero interest in watching the Two Ronnies.

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revbob wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 9:38pm
Wolter wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 9:36pm
I kind of love how this thread has evolved into two distinct and discrete conversations between North Americans and people from the UK about culturally specific shows.
Yeah and I have zero interest in watching the Two Ronnies.
Not even featuring a young 101W?
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101Walterton wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 10:47pm
revbob wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 9:38pm
Wolter wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 9:36pm
I kind of love how this thread has evolved into two distinct and discrete conversations between North Americans and people from the UK about culturally specific shows.
Yeah and I have zero interest in watching the Two Ronnies.
Not even featuring a young 101W?
You dont look that young.

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revbob wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 9:38pm
Wolter wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 9:36pm
I kind of love how this thread has evolved into two distinct and discrete conversations between North Americans and people from the UK about culturally specific shows.
Yeah and I have zero interest in watching the Two Ronnies.
I would never have guessed.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Wolter wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 9:36pm
I kind of love how this thread has evolved into two distinct and discrete conversations between North Americans and people from the UK about culturally specific shows.
That's basically IMCT boiled down to a microcosm.
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