The Definitive List Of British Sitcoms? - See Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Britain%27s_Best_Sitcom) or the BBC's own website (http://www.bbc.co.uk/sitcom/winner.shtml) There's a few on here even I don't recognise. On the whole though.... I...
Opalgem 15 Responses 2 Nov 19, 2010
Monty Python'S Silly Job Interview :) - About two years ago, I saw this for the first time in years with my dad; we were downstairs in the living room watching it together as is our custom when he and I want to watch something other than what my mother wants to watch (which she...
afreimann 2 Responses 1 Jan 26
As Time Goes By - Dame Judi Dench..I never miss the show..never. We only get it on Sunday night and it's only 30 minutes long. So sweet and witty..The writers did a perfect job ..blending the character's personalities.The quirky romance that almost makes you cry, but it's too...
wiseowl 19 Responses 5 May 18, 2010
I Love British Comedy - Monty Python's Flying Circus was the first British comedy show I remember watching. Then a several years later PBS started broadcasting Butterflies are Free. In the 1980's the local TV station in Sacramento began broadcasting The Benny Hill Show at six and...
feveredtime 0 Dec 2, 2012
Who Else Would Think of a Skit Called "Argument Clinic?" - Last night I was sort of forced to watch the American reality show "Celebrity Scumbag Detox" or something like that. The quality of this "entertainment" made me miss British comedy more than ever. The clever yet silly...
oregontimber 2 Responses 2 Jan 16, 2008
I Have Always Like British Humor - Some of my favorites:Fawlty Towers - laugh out loud funnyDave AllenMonty PythonAre You Being Served
TKD1 7 Responses 5 Nov 30
Monty Python - Monty Python was my first experience with British humor and I still love to watch it...the Holy Grail, Life of Brian...probably the funniest bit was the "Kamikaze Highlanders". Since then, shows like Ab Fab and Little Britain have been great to see. Another show...
jss1855 4 Responses 6 Feb 18, 2012
Who The $%#& Doesn't? - The British are the masters of comedy.Monty PythonFawlty TowersRed DwarfTOP GEAR, for crying out loudThey just got it right!
Ultima01 3 Responses 3 May 4, 2012
Love The Humor - Are You being Served?, Benny Hill, Keeping Up Appearances. I love the timing and that it's not afraid to be bawdy or racy. I wish I had time to watch more of it.
deleted 2 Feb 28, 2012
Cravings - I crave Montey Python, Black Adder, Are you being served, Hitch Hikers Guide to the Universe, Keeping Up Appearances, The Thin Tlue Line, Fawlty Towers, The Office and One Foot in the Grave.
senecawind 1 Response 0 Aug 24
British Comedy Grows On You* - The father of British comedy has to be beloved: Rowan atkingston which hosted some of the most memarable/classic and hillarious comedies ranging from classic "Black Adder" - "Johhney English Reborn" British comedy grows on you*
CWConnacher 2 Responses 3 Feb 18, 2012
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha - Only fools and horses is genius superb
roastlamb 3 Feb 18, 2011
Benidorm - Our Latest Comedy 'classic' - To all in this group I would advise them to look out for 'Benidorm'. It's just starting its third series over here in the UK and series 1 and 2 are out on DVD. The premise is this: A group of disparate brits arrive at the infamous Spanish...
EnglishMuffin 1 Response 1 Oct 9, 2009
Me Too. - When I separated from my second wife,I moved in with some people I knew back in Florida.On my days off I would veg out and watch the local pbs channel that had British comedy.Are you being Served was one of my favorites.Up until then I always considered Benny Hill the...
Wallygator64 2 Feb 1, 2012
Simply The Best - British comedy..... Ronnie Barker Rowan Atkinson Billy Conelly Rhod Gilbert And my all time fave...the late Norman Wisdom. British sit coms... the list is both timeless and endless. I like the older ones... It aint arf hot mum Till death is do part royle family...
MysteryChord 0 Sep 15
I'Ll Start This - Ok I'll start ..Monty Python The inbetweeners Only Fools and Horses ..
deleted 2 Responses 0 Feb 23
Classic Britcoms - I grew up watching the classic Brticoms on PBS. I remember how excited I was when my cable carrier finally added BBC America only to discover that only a few of them ran in the middle of the night once a week and shortly afterwards they disappeared completely...
Wasdoc 4 Responses 1 Dec 29, 2012
Hugh Before House - I love this sketch. First time I saw it, I was crying I was laughing so hard. Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie are the tops :)
KeasbeyNights 2 Mar 4, 2011
The Rutles - I was just watching Monty Python's movie, the Rutles, starring Eric Idle. it was a great spoof on the Beatles. What I liked best was the song parodies they did of the Beatle's music. It was released in 1979 but it's still funny today.
holloway64 1 Response 1 Oct 27, 2012
Me Too - Here in Victoria Australia, the best night on the telly is Saturday nights.... , we start at 7.30pm and have Doc Martin, I'm not in favour of his bedside manner, but I love him... 8.30pm, The Bill, will be sad when it finishes. 9.30pm, Midsomer Murders, they keep you...
sharossody 17 Responses 3 Jun 13, 2010
Its Hilarious - i dont remember thinking of it as a genre for a long time but i love monty python especially john cleese's funny walks and fawlty towers, benny hill, and keeping up appearances
clarkee 3 Responses 2 Jun 19, 2012
Now For The Top Stand Up Comedians. - Taken from a poll held by Channel 4 in the UK. (http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-100-greatest-stand-ups/articles/greatest-stand-ups-of-all-time) 1. BILLY CONNOLLY 2. RICHARD PRYOR 3. RICKY...
Opalgem 6 Responses 2 Nov 19, 2010
Blackadder - Oh my. Blackadder. I know it was only second to Only Fools and Horses in a list of best sitcoms, but on my own personal list, it is easily, and forever, the best, the greatest, the funniest, and the smartest of all sitcoms ever. The first series, okay, is not great...
TheBohemian 0 Dec 29, 2012
Frankie Boyle - When I was visiting friends in England recently I saw a DVD of a comedian named Frankie Boyle. It was pretty extreme, and hilarious!
aoutdouze 2 Responses 1 Sep 11
Best Explanation Ever Of The British Class System - No need to explain any further than this :
ValR 1 Response 1 Feb 2, 2011
Catherine Tate & Some of the Mock the Week - I absolutely adore Catherine Tate and recently I discovered Mock the week. And there is some british tv show here, I don't how it's called, a bit old by now, but it's hilarious. We have to admit, british humour has class. And always...
whatsername 2 Responses 1 Sep 20, 2007
A Bit Of Fry And Laurie - I was devasted when House ended with Hugh Laurie but then I started watching these older comedy skits and they are funny! I am now a new fan of Stephen Fry as well, and Hugh Laurie is absolutely hysterical in these skits, I can't wait to watch more of...
SweetCaroline309 1 Response 3 Mar 1
Of Course I Do - I live in the UK. I think our humor is the most hilarious out there, and that a lot of other cultures are either too PC or too concerned about their image to really enjoy it and broadcast the same humor in their country. Take the Inbetweeners. The Inbetweeners...
JunkieCaity 9 Responses 2 Sep 3
Love It! - My Favorite British comedy Show is "Keeping Up Appearances". It's a Hoot!
JB4J 5 Responses 3 Sep 4, 2011
They've Always Been So Good - I remember several from either PBS or BBC America. My favorites: 1. As Time Goes By 2. Are You Being Served & Are You Being Served, Again 3. Monty Python's Flying Circus 4. Benny Hill 5. To The Manor Born And there's Fawlty...
Josie06 18 Responses 1 Sep 11, 2008
Doc Martin - I just finished watching Doc Martin. This show is brilliantly! Doc Martin is so literal and unknowingly inappropriate it cracks me up. I think he's one of the best characters ever created.
DefineWeird 1 Dec 11, 2012
Don't Mention The War - This is simply the best episode of the best british comedy ever, Fawlty Towers. I love "Keeping Up Appearances" and "Good Neighbors" too, but this episode is packed with great moments, that are almost too painful to watch. You want to yell...
imathinkin 2 Responses 3 Aug 25, 2010
My Favorites Are... - The Vicar of Dibley ( Jim and Owen are my boys), Keeping up Appearances, As Time Goes By and Little Britian. When I was a teen I loved The Young Ones. Vivian was hilarious.
wolfegrl1 2 Responses 2 Oct 18, 2012
Fawlty Towers - The Germans - Sorry about the buffering; at least this is the complete episode.
afreimann 1 Response 1 Jan 26
Benny Hill Was The King Of Late Night - I grew up watching the Benny Hill show. He came on five times a week on channel 9 in NYC. They guy had me cracking up every time. I guess the naughty bits kept my interest, too. He was a good writer too. I was real sorry when I...
holloway64 1 Response 2 Oct 20, 2012
Making Great Strides Socially - Growing up, my brother and I would watch Mr. Bean, we would laugh til we cried. Anything with Rowan Atkinson, you know will be good. Years ago, I was a private duty nurse and I took care of an elderly couple, William and Louise. She would watch the...
RedTearsFall 7 Responses 5 Jun 6, 2012
The Inbetweeners! Spaced! - British comedy is amazing, i love the dryness, the wit, everything. My favorite ones are 'The Inbetweeners' and 'Spaced'.
lillee11 1 Apr 5
It's Harder To Find Classics These Days. - British Comedy used to be great, Porridge, Ain't alf hot mum, Dads Army, Steptoe and Son to name a few. But sometime during the eighties it changed to become 'insult' humor, the laughs all revolved around one character insulting another...
hippnk 1 Response 0 Dec 29, 2012
I Just Finished Watching Spaced This Afternoon - Such a great show! I'd been watching it slowly since there are only two series, but this afternoon I finished series two. I'm in love with Simon Pegg.
shestooquiet 1 Response 0 May 19
'allo 'allo! - "Good moaning!" "I was ******* by the door, when I heard two shats. You are holding in your hand a smoking goon; you are clearly the guilty potty." - Officer Crabtree. I love 'Allo 'Allo!. The characters, lines, scenes and how the participants of the second...
AStormIsComing 2 Responses 3 Oct 20, 2012
Different Completely Something For Now and - Along with jazz, humor is one of America's best exports, and of course, American humor is largely reliant on Jewish humor for its foundation. However, I have always had a soft spot for British humor, which is more cerebral and...
ElLagarto 4 Responses 1 Sep 19, 2007
Johnny Depp Appearances In British Comedy - Vicar of Dibley meets Johnny Depp - done for a Comic Relief special The Fast Show.... erm, yes, well.... should warn you of the innuendo in this one ... slightly cringe-worthy
Opalgem 8 Responses 1 Jun 16, 2010
Are You Being Served - RIP Captain Peacock aka Frank Thornton, a doyen of British comedy for many a year. The comedy is of the 'old school' variety, but part of many of our growing up years.
mizzen123 3 Responses 0 Mar 18
British Humour - British humour <3 The Catherine Tate Show and Little Britain, are you kidding me :D how can people be that funny? :D
deleted 1 Response 0 Oct 27, 2012
How I Became How I Am - When I was younger, me and my brother would come everyday after school during the winter and watch some TV prior to starting our homework/chores/etc. Mid-afternoon in the early 90's didn't leave much on TV. But there was this comedy channel that played 2...
amodelcitizen 0 Nov 5, 2012
The Surprising Adventures Of Sir Digby Chicken Caesar - Just watch the vids and it'll all make sense. ;) Hope you liked those. If you didn't tough luck. :)~hobo
TheLuckyHobo 1 Response 0 Aug 11
Masterful - My 3 top favorites are Mr.Bean, Vicar of Dibly and Fawlty Towers.
orderedchaos 2 Aug 15
Goodie Goodie Yum Yum ... - I was raised in a working class, christian(church of christ) family in Oklahoma. My childhood was rather stark and my parents went a long way to sequester us from the influence of society and the world at large. Many contradictions were apparent to me...
paulgone7 2 Responses 0 Nov 28, 2012
I Love Me Some British Comedy - I am a Brit-com fan for sure. Started with Monty Python when I was in my early 20s (reruns of course). Then later, when we just had local channels we'd watch the shows on PBS - Keeping Up Appearances, Are you Being Served, As Time Goes By, Fawlty...
sdavis72 2 Responses 0 Dec 12, 2012
I Have A Love Of 1940's Britain. - I have a real nostalgic streak running through my veins, for 1940's Britain, especially the home front part of WW2. There are many movies made which depict the action parts played by our services, but it is those movies which show the everyday...
Sepulcher 0 Dec 2
I think British accents are soo cute. I wish I had a British accent :)
Creativelyloved 2 Responses 0 3 days ago
I think British men are just the sexiest thing ever! I hope to God there is one out there just for me
LadyDelish 1 Response 1 1 day ago
Awesome ^^ - I love xeraingaming!! They are AWESOME!!!!!!!
ItsXainSF 0 Nov 25
Boy,do I love it.Wether it be male or female,if they verbally communicate with this particular accent, my heart will just sink.I get so aroused and worked up every time I hear it <3
Stilleto94 2 Responses 1 Dec 3