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Sunday, July 12, 2009

A Little Inspiration Part 2: The Young Ones

Nothing really special today, just posting an episode of one of the funniest and weirdest sitcoms to have ever hit the small screen: BBC's The Young Ones

You know, the British seem to be a bit more experimental in their comedy programming than we Yanks. I've never seen an American sitcom where all the characters can be blown up in one episode and appear just fine in the next, furniture talks, and random rock bands appear in the living room to perform. That's one point for the Brits.

This episode is called Bambi

Part One


Part Two


Part Three


Part Four


The Young Ones is owned by the BBC.

Happy Trails

8 comments:

Jyn Dreaming said...

*grins* Im actually a big fan of the young ones. have been for a long time. funny that. I stalked you over from Deviant art to here. I'm waste-this-euphoria. *smiles.* glad to see someone else with neato tastes.

Weirdo said...

Thanks for stalking over to my blog. I'm glad you like what you see. I'm also a fan of The Young Ones. Vyv has to be my favorite.

Jyn Dreaming said...

*laughs* Im also a black adder fan. And a hugely nerdy geek for alice in wonderland. Im getting ready to shoot some of my recent alice related stuff. I thought it was ironic you were a fan to.

Weirdo said...

"*laughs* Im also a black adder fan."

Terrific. So am I. I have a cunning plan.

Jyn Dreaming said...

And what is this fantastic idea that you are hatching sir.

Weirdo said...

I don't actually have a cunning plan. I just love that line. BlackAdder is one of my favorite TV shows of all time.

Mr. Trombley said...

Dear Sir,

A good exception to the relative paucity of comedic experimentation in American TV would be the amazing Z-A-Z TV Series "Police Squad!"

It lasted 4 episodes, but it has more and funnier jokes than on most full length series.

Bruce said...

How's it going, Weirdo?

Thank you for the nice comment on my blog, as well for correcting me on my error. (Doh!)

However, I'm a bit confused with the last line from your comment:

"Still cool as all get out?"

I'm not to sure if its a grammer error, or something else.

Have a good one.

From an aspiring animator/ cartoonist