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Old 06-01-2008, 09:52 AM   #106
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Have to Youtube it later.
You can't go wrong with the episodes Communication Problems, Gourmet Night, and The Germans. Avoid The Anniversary at all costs - it starts and finishes well, but the middle drags out the same joke for about 10 minutes.

While you're at it, check out Black Books. It's hysterical. All of the first series is on YouTube last I checked. I find it almost disconcerting how much I relate to Bernard Black ...
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Old 06-01-2008, 09:52 AM   #107
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I'm guessing you were on to something until you came up with Lemonchick. I'm sure Irishteen is amused.

Keep digging.
I have to link both of them to that post.
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You can't go wrong with the episodes Communication Problems, Gourmet Night, and The Germans. Avoid The Anniversary at all costs - it starts and finishes well, but the middle drags out the same joke for about 10 minutes.

While you're at it, check out Black Books. It's hysterical. All of the first series is on YouTube last I checked. I find it almost disconcerting how much I relate to Bernard Black ...
I know for a fact The Germans is going to hilarious just from the premise of the show.
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I came back for a sec and was relieved to see this thread hadn't hit 1000 yet.

Off to my mom's for the day. It's been a super quick weekend, let me tell you...
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I know for a fact The Germans is going to hilarious just from the premise of the show.
It's widely considered the best episode. Good god, it's funny. Communication Problems is my personal favourite, though.
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I came back for a sec and was relieved to see this thread hadn't hit 1000 yet.
It actually took longer than usual for the last couple of threads. This one will still be around when you get back, I assure you.

Although this one has a better title, so it might do better. We should have kept the last one buried.
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Although this one has a better title, so it might do better. We should have kept the last one buried.
For the first 700 posts, Tutaekuri River was one of our fastest for a while. Then, of course, it screeched to a halt ...
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I'm stunned at how tired I am. I may head off for an early night soon, especially if this thread stays quiet.
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What about German women?

Good card players but I wouldn't give them the time of day.

That whole exchange was classic.
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Ooh, a running diary of The Germans?
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What about German women?

Good card players but I wouldn't give them the time of day.

That whole exchange was classic.
Major Gowen is hilarious. "Hate Germans! Love women ..."
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The firebell is different it is a semi-tone higher!

That has to be some of my favorite John Cleese.
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The firebell is different it is a semi-tone higher!

That has to be some of my favorite John Cleese.
"We should just let you all burn!" Classic line.
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