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RE: Black Books - 6/3/2006 7:36:44 PM   
Haylo

 

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How have I managed to miss this thread!! All I have to say is-

"Bernard- I ate all your bees!"

I have the boxset that was shown in one of the earlier posts, it has a fantastic introduction written by Dylan Moran:
This complete boxset gathers together all nine hundred and fourteen episodes of the acclaimed documentary 'Black Books'. From the moment Ishmael finds the magic fleece in the golden ring we know we are in for a rollercoaster ride of hellz-a-poppin fun. And hey- what's a little breakfast nudity between such spirited protagonists as Dex, Tafyy and Munkle,their trusty chimney sweep/ computer genius/ psychic.

Throughout their adventures in the parallel universe known as FlinpF-9, we laugh along as their small intestines shrink in the forbidding nitrous atmosphere. Not until King Pizzle unmasks the dreaded Triton of Ultragong will order be restored to the peaceful peoples of Wilberbilberwer. It's up to Dex, Taffy, Munkle and YOU... Vote now for your favourite thing and you too, could win a thing.

Am trying to remember my fave moments, but there's so many- the picture of Manny with his hair cut, Simon Pegg's role (funny but scary as we actually did have a boss like that at the book shop I used to work at), the episode with the travel writer, fran seeing that guy with the voice, Bernard pretending to be a lawyer, and Fran trying to seduce her landlord. Wow, I managed to remember a few of them lol

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RE: Black Books - 20/8/2006 6:10:06 PM   
Tohru_Readman


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Black Books is wonderful, it has to be one of the best comedy shows of the past few years. The cast are great and  all of the guest spots are excellent, my favourite guest spot was Julian Rhind-Tutt as the travel writing, closely follow by Simon Pegg as creepy bookstore manager of the store next door.

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RE: Black Books - 21/8/2006 10:41:57 AM   
Jonty

 

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My fave lines (all from Bernard)

Up with this I will not put!

Dont make me laugh, Bitterly.

I think you should wash your beard. Then shave it off, nail it to a frisbee and fling it over a rainbow...

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RE: Black Books - 21/8/2006 4:48:18 PM   
nimmy


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From: Below Sea Level
quote:

ORIGINAL: Haylo

How have I managed to miss this thread!! All I have to say is-

"Bernard- I ate all your bees!"

I have the boxset that was shown in one of the earlier posts, it has a fantastic introduction written by Dylan Moran:
This complete boxset gathers together all nine hundred and fourteen episodes of the acclaimed documentary 'Black Books'. From the moment Ishmael finds the magic fleece in the golden ring we know we are in for a rollercoaster ride of hellz-a-poppin fun. And hey- what's a little breakfast nudity between such spirited protagonists as Dex, Tafyy and Munkle,their trusty chimney sweep/ computer genius/ psychic.

Throughout their adventures in the parallel universe known as FlinpF-9, we laugh along as their small intestines shrink in the forbidding nitrous atmosphere. Not until King Pizzle unmasks the dreaded Triton of Ultragong will order be restored to the peaceful peoples of Wilberbilberwer. It's up to Dex, Taffy, Munkle and YOU... Vote now for your favourite thing and you too, could win a thing.





Great show!!

'Bernard's Letter' from the extra's is great as well:
as I am an innovater and therefore I may freely address you as.... Pissmidget


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RE: Black Books - 22/5/2007 3:49:36 PM   
a_mite_whimsical


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I absolutely love black books; it's rare where I find a show where I find each of the main characters equally funny.
I have to say two of my favourite bits are the one where bernard eats a wine bottle ice lolly and also the one where he walks out from behind the curtain with his arm in a ridiculous cast to see fran whose neck is in a brace, and he says my favourite line
"Sorry, no can do, neckface"



Strange, I know, but it had me giggling for days afterwards (I'm still a bit giggly now tbh)


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