When Did 8 Track Die?

I'll post 'em tomorrow.

BTW, my wife and I LOVE "Yes, Prime Minister." We have the whole series on VHS. (Along with our "Fawlty Towers" set.)

"The Key" is our favorite episode.
The Key might be the finest episode of television ever made.
 
We, (my wife and I), both like British comedies more than American TV. We also have many of the "Keeping Up Appearances" tapes. And we love "Last of the Summer Wine", "Waiting for God", and "Are You Being Served." The latter being a bit more goofy than the others.
 
We, (my wife and I), both like British comedies more than American TV. We also have many of the "Keeping Up Appearances" tapes. And we love "Last of the Summer Wine", "Waiting for God", and "Are You Being Served." The latter being a bit more goofy than the others.
Yes, but they are all great. Yes Minister/Prime Minister are uniquely intelligent in their writing. It’s been said amongst those in the know, that it’s the closest to the reality of politics that TV has ever shown, just tweaked a bit for comedy.

Keeping Up Appearances was another gem. Hyacinth and Richard Bucket (pronounced Bouquet), are two of the best written characters in tv history. I stumbled upon an episode once, not knowing what it was. I learned after it was called The Three Piece Suite, and it dealt with Hyacinth trying to get her fancy new furniture delivered, in the truck with the royal warrant on both sides, just as the neighbours would be around to see it. Hilarious. From then on I was hooked.




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That's one our favorites. We have it on tape. But the best was when she got drunk buying the wine from the estate sale. I don't even think I can pronounce it like she did. The lady (something) gooseberry wine. Or something.

Clyde Swift was a classically trained Shakespearian actor.
 
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