Time For A Laugh

Another one from the #NaBloPoMo vaults. This was originally posted on a Saturday and, as was my habit for those days, weekend posts were mostly me sharing some favourite video clips. We could always use a laugh, and Morecambe and Wise provided me with plenty of them in their heydays. If you need to smile today, here’s my antidote to last week’s November Rain post. Put your feet up, make your favourite beverage, and enjoy comedic genius at work 😊

Take It Easy

It’s Saturday, the start of the weekend. I just thought I’d mention that, in case you hadn’t noticed – it’s all part of the service. After all of the news horrors of the past week or so, I think we all deserve a little light relief, so I’m going to share some video clips with you that I hope will bring a smile to your face and brighten your weekend.

Comedy styles have changed over the years. What constitutes humour is a topic which has been much discussed, so I have no intention of attempting to add my analysis: anyway, the more you dissect a piece of comedy, the less funny it becomes, and what is the point of that? I am going to share with you some clips of a duo who I still believe were masters of their craft and, as their style of comedy has largely gone…

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6 thoughts on “Time For A Laugh

  1. Miriam November 22, 2018 / 10:12 pm

    Thanks for sharing some laughs Clive. They were such a talented duo. Breakfast will never be the same 😄

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    • Clive November 22, 2018 / 10:17 pm

      Indeed they were. Some of their sketches will never be bettered, including that one – all done as ‘live’ in a single take. The Singing in the Rain one is brilliant too. I have a box set of their shows, which still gets an occasional airing 😊

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      • Miriam November 22, 2018 / 10:23 pm

        A great way to get yourself into an even better mood

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      • Clive November 22, 2018 / 10:27 pm

        Or, in my case, to drag you out of a dull one. They never fail!

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    • Clive November 21, 2018 / 11:04 am

      They were indeed. A bygone age of classic tv, today’s viewers don’t know what they’re missing 😊

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