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In the bavarian restaurant-sketch (german episode) Jonesy fell right next to Grahams chair. He stands up laughing and you can hear Graham saying "Oh!"

Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAaaAVJr9zg

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LOL good spot

that is a funny blooper

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All the boys did a very good job on the german episodes, especially John!

By the way, this is the producer of the german episodes, Alfred Biolek. He´s a german entertainer, who has his own cooking-show. :lol:

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Laurelin wrote:
All the boys did a very good job on the german episodes, especially John!

By the way, this is the producer of the german episodes, Alfred Biolek. He´s a german entertainer, who has his own cooking-show. :lol:

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.......that was fairly random

what should i expect from a python forum lol

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Sorry if this has been mentioned before, I read the whole of the thread but maybe I overlooked it. Anyway.
I think that during the Flying Lessons sketch, in between Graham saying "Course it's got a hole in it, wouldn't be a hoop otherwise, would it, mush!" and Terry saying "No, no, there's a gap" Terry is trying not to laugh.


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I feel like I've noticed that and yet I also feel like I haven't.....it's a complex emotion :shock: .

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Duringthe whole "Penguin On The Telly" sketch, Graham seems to have a hard time not laughing. Especially after he yells "BURMA!!!!" Here's the link....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnObI25aN1k

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Yes, Graham and John trying not to laugh makes that skit even better.

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Two new, well I think they are new, bloopers; both of which are from Graham.

In the first "Stupid Little Rat Faced Git" sketch Graham stumbles on a line when he's introducing Mr. Git to Mike's character, can't remember his name >_< , and he stumbles on another in the "Dinsdale" sketch when he's playing the crimologist.

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I've just noticed one which, I think, Haven't been mentioned yet. In the 10 episode, in sketch 'Vocational guidance Counsellor' when John says: 'Mr Anchovy, but you see the snag is... if I now call Mr Chipperfield and say to HER...HIM' It's only a little one, but still it's a mistake.

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I'm getting more observant, I guess :D In 11 episode, in sketch about 4 tired undertakers, when the second undertaker fall down (I think it's Mike, but I'm not sure), another undertaker (maybe Graham) tread on his hand. It looks horrible, it must have hurt him! poor Mike...
Maybe it's only my imagination, but in "interesting people", when Mike gives box with Mr. Stools to John, he seems to laugh. but I don't know...

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I'm getting more observant, I guess :D In 11 episode, in sketch about 4 tired undertakers, when the second undertaker fall down (I think it's Mike, but I'm not sure), another undertaker (maybe Graham) tread on his hand. It looks horrible, it must have hurt him! poor Mike...
Maybe it's only my imagination, but in "interesting people", when Mike gives box with Mr. Stools to John, he seems to laugh. but I don't know...


hmm ima gonna check these out :lol:

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iwona wrote:
I'm getting more observant, I guess :D In 11 episode, in sketch about 4 tired undertakers, when the second undertaker fall down (I think it's Mike, but I'm not sure), another undertaker (maybe Graham) tread on his hand. It looks horrible, it must have hurt him! poor Mike...
Maybe it's only my imagination, but in "interesting people", when Mike gives box with Mr. Stools to John, he seems to laugh. but I don't know...


hmm ima gonna check these out :lol:



hey you were right!!!

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