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A Bit of Fry and Laurie 5 Seasons

Season 4
4.3 out of 5 stars (11) IMDb 8.4/10

In the final season of the brilliant sketch comedy series, A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Hugh Laurie (House) and Stephen Fry (Wilde, V for Vendetta) craft some of the most memorable sketches of the entire series. Absurdity, eccentricity and odd hijinks are all on the menu. Fry and Laurie never cease to push the envelope with their unique brand of clever irrelevance.

Starring:
Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie

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Season 4

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1. Episode 1

Stephen and Hugh present their Comedy Charter, to ensure that all jokes arrive on time and are of sufficient quality. 'It's a Wonderful Life' is retold with the story of a powerful media mogul named Rupert.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: February 12, 1995
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2. Episode 2

The quiz show Going for Gold is spoofed in a new version titled 'English People Appear to be the Most Ignorant in Europe'. Hugh performs a special song dedicated to the tennis player Steffi Graf.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: February 19, 1995
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3. Episode 3

Stephen and Hugh are joined by special guests Clive Mantle and Imelda Staunton to discuss everything from getting drunk to opening supermarkets. Stephen tosses a salad as he expresses his anger about a Shakespeare play he watched at the Royal National Theatre.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: February 26, 1995
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4. Episode 4

Hugh performs a rap song about being nice to an old lady on the bus and Stephen puts forward his idea for growing a small but attractive town in garden in his freshly washed hair. The show closes with Hugh playing the piano as Stephen mixes his latest cocktail creation 'A Quick One for you Stephen'.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: March 5, 1995
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5. Episode 5

In a parody of the Oprah Winfrey show a woman confesses her problems with low self-esteem and receives a pointless round of applause. Guests Stephen Moore and Phyllida Law join in some of the sketches including a dilemma with a wasps nest.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: March 19, 1995
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6. Episode 6

The Young Tory of the Year National finals are taking place with contestants including Andrew Treadgold, who is reading Bigotry and Libertarian Nonsense at Exeter University. Hugh receives a death threat and Stephen warns him that it might not be safe for him to do his song.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: March 26, 1995
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7. Episode 7

Hugh sings a song about sophistication and Stephen delivers a monologue at extremely high speed. A school truant reveals he hasn't been to school in four years because he's been playing a computer game, he's on level nine though.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: April 2, 1995
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie
Starring Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie
Supporting actors Deborah Norton, Geoffrey McGivern, Ralph Michael, Rebecca Saire, Rowland Rivron, Jana Shelden, Jo Unwin, Daniel Thorndike
Network BBC
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By S. Talbot on September 11, 2007
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What can I say - I'm a fan. I can't get enough of these guys, but I didn't know there was a fourth season until it was released Stateside. Needless to say, I ordered it immediately, and I wasn't disappointed. As in the other series, their sketches range from cutting satire and social commentary to just plain silliness, and they very rarely miss the mark. An additional nicety is the obvious effort they put into introducing novel elements to each new season, bringing some surprising twists and turns for the veteran viewer.
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I only watched the TV series, "House," once or twice because I so disliked the curmudgeon-like character of Hugh Laurie. So when I saw this series in which he does comedic sketches, dialogues and songs, I was beyond curious. Being a lover of all Monty Python-like bizarre-ness, I have fallen in love with this series. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because the content of some of their humor offends me. If one can get beyond that, or if one truly likes raunchy inuendos, then this series is a don't miss. Some of them I watch over again just so I can get the physical and mental benefits of a good, healthy guffaw! These guys are hugely talented and Hugh Laurie's self-composed/played/sung music is amazingly good, not to mention entertaining!
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You can never go wrong with Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie. They have a direct line to my funny bone and I am happy that their skits are on Amazon Prime. If you are a fan of sarcasm, puns, political satire, and funny walks then this series is for you.
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Maybe it would have helped if I were British too, but I did not recognize a number of the guests they had on this season, and the guests were not all that interesting, though I did like Phyllida Law and Imelda Staunton.
The sketches are mostly successful, though a few go on too long. Hugh performs some excellent songs in this season, while Fry continues to amaze with his command of language and rapid delivery.
So, overall, not as good as the first 3 seasons but still worth viewing. The Mr. Burmie vet's office sketch is particularly hilarious.
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Laugh-In, SNL, BBC mysteries -- Fans of all will enjoy "A Bit of Fry & Laurie" Series Four. Guest stars visiting during this, the final Series (a/k/a season), are familiar to viewers who watch "Hamish Macbeth" and "Blue Murder" and "Waiting for God" and indirectly for viewers of "Keeping Up Appearances" plus "Three Portraits (by Alan Bennett)." This is in addition to all the folks who are happy to see more of a "non-House" Hugh Laurie. I'll have to look up some of the `other' things that Mr. Fry has been doing. Fry and Laurie can't just do duets, some of the skits need added players, so why not enjoy the guests too.
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By James on April 15, 2016
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I've ordered 3 copies of this from various sources, and they all skip in multiple devices! Obviously there is some sort of issue with the disc.
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