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Rising Damp.
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On The Buses
 
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Easily Rising Damp or Love Thy Neighbour.
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ITV sitcoms always used to scare me as a kid. But now I can tie my laces I'd go for Rising Damp and The New Statesman.
 
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I'm a big OTB fan and a couple of years ago sat down and watched every episode but . . .

If I had to decide between OTB, RD and A.N. Other . . .

The voting of the Wolverhampton jury would have to be
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Cowboys !
 
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Cowboys? They were plugging a DVD of that on the back of one of the recent issues of Viz.

I see it's got Roy Kinnear in it.

Clearly you'd recommend it then? When did it come out as I'd never heard of it before.
 
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If only there was a website that provided such useful information! ;)

Click: Cowboys
 
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'Rising Damp' great times!
 
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Quote: Aaron @ July 16 2012, 2:18 PM BST

If only there was a website that provided such useful information! ;)

Click: Cowboys


It's like a dream come true!
 
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Quote: Ignatius Rake @ July 16 2012, 2:13 PM BST

Cowboys? They were plugging a DVD of that on the back of one of the recent issues of Viz.

I see it's got Roy Kinnear in it.

Clearly you'd recommend it then? When did it come out as I'd never heard of it before.


I certainly would recommend it !

And when you decide to buy it . .

http://www.comedy.co.uk/guide/tv/cowboys/buy/

And then Aaron can have some marg on his dry bread !
 
They try to trick me. They ask me what I thought of Barbara Kelly's earrings last night

I say very nice . . and they say 'that's funny, she wasn't on.'
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BENIDORM written by the brilliant Derren Litten
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Rising Damp is good. Also I liked The New Statesman though I can't remember much of it.
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Quote: Oldrocker @ July 16 2012, 6:04 PM BST

I certainly would recommend it !

And when you decide to buy it . .

http://www.comedy.co.uk/guide/tv/cowboys/buy/

And then Aaron can have some marg on his dry bread !


I just watched E02S02 'On Top of Old Smokey' where they get a job repointing a curved wall . . .

But in the first half of the episode look out for Wobbly and Eric doing just about every wallpapering gag in history in about five minutes ! Genius !

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They try to trick me. They ask me what I thought of Barbara Kelly's earrings last night

I say very nice . . and they say 'that's funny, she wasn't on.'
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