History Series / Blackadder

21st May '18 8:03:44 PM Michael_McManus
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* UncertainDoom: We never see the main cast die onscreen at the end, and all of them have descendants in ''Back and Forth.'' Did they survive? Who knows.
19th May '18 10:32:04 AM needsanewhobby
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** One more:
-->'''Blackadder:''' Go out into the street and hire me a horse.\\
'''Baldrick:''' Hire you a horse? For ninepence? On Jewish New Year in the rain? A bare fortnight after the dreaded horse plague of Old London Town? With the blacksmiths' strike in its fifteenth week and the Dorset horse fetishists' fair tomorrow?
19th May '18 10:25:15 AM needsanewhobby
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** A slightly more subtle one: Prince George wishes to "patronize" Samuel Johnson's dictionary. Indeed, when he realises it's not a work of fiction, he isn't very impressed.
3rd May '18 3:59:48 AM AirofMystery
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* MajoredInWesternHypocrisy: The Great Khan of Mongolia and the Duke of Wellington were at Eton together (much to the chagrin of the Prince Regent, who had intended to attempt to escape the Duke's wrath there.)

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* MajoredInWesternHypocrisy: The Great Khan of Mongolia and the Duke of Wellington were at Eton together (much to the chagrin of the Prince Regent, who had intended to attempt to escape the Duke's wrath there. Mongolia, not Eton.)
3rd May '18 3:41:51 AM AirofMystery
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* TakeThat: Blackadder discovers Australia; no one cares. Even the minstrel singing during the end credits says he discovered "bugger all".

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* TakeThat: Blackadder discovers Australia; no one cares. Even the minstrel singing during the end credits says he discovered "bugger all". ([[BitingTheHandHumor And after the first series was partly funded by Australians...]])
** "Chains" features a lot of [[FunnyForeigner broad stereotyping]] of Edmund's German and Spanish captors and how they "inconweenience" him.
3rd May '18 3:38:36 AM AirofMystery
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* ImplausibleDeniability: While attempting to hold a drinking party and a dinner for his ''extremely'' Puritan relatives on the same night in the same house, one of Edmund's drunken revelers bursts into the same room as Lord and Lady Whiteadder and declares "Great booze-up, Edmund!" Edmund attempts to paper over this by claiming that the drunk was actually a missionary sent to deal with a narcoleptic tribesman named "the Great Boo"...
28th Apr '18 10:30:32 PM Vox
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[[caption-width-right:300:I have a cunning plan that cannot fail...]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:I have a cunning plan that cannot fail...plan..]]
28th Apr '18 10:30:05 PM Vox
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[[caption-width-right:300:I have a cunning plan...]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:I have a cunning plan...plan that cannot fail...]]
28th Apr '18 6:53:24 PM Maetch
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* RearingHorse: During the credits of the first series, Edmund tries to pull off the pose, but falls off his saddle and the horse continues running forward without him.
23rd Apr '18 4:49:17 PM AirofMystery
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* NaughtyNuns: When he becomes Archbishop of Canterbury, Edmund is surprised to learn from Baldrick that part of his duties include selling the sexual favours of nuns. When he questions who would pay for such a thing, Baldrick casually explains "Well, foreign businessmen, [[LesYay other nuns...]]"
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