|Life With Edmund Blackadder|
|Written by Sherry|
|Wednesday, 09 April 2008 18:27|
One of the great luxuries of life at home - actually watching a TV series. In this case, Blackadder the Third. (set in late 18th century London)
Filled with immortal lines such as
"I've got a plan so cunning you could put a tail on it and call it a weasel."
Rowan Atkinson. Hugh Laurie as the Prince Regent, George IV who is described thusly:
"I care not a jot that you are the son of a certified sauerkraut-snacking loon. It minds not me that you dress like a mad parrot and talk like a plate of beans negotiating its way out of a cow's digestive system. It is no skin off my rosy nose that there are bits of lemon peel floating down the Thames that would make a better Regent than you."
I may have a brain the size of a sultana, but I call that brilliant!