The Grieg Piano Concerto sketch with Andrew Preview André Previn, a veritable Hurricane of Crowning Moments of Funny. Previn comes on the show as a guest, all excited that he's going to be conducting the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with Yehudi Menuhin as soloist. It turns out that he'll be conducting Grieg's Piano Concerto in A minor with Eric as soloist. He is not pleased.
Previn: Goodnight, gentlemen.
Ernie: No no! Please don't go, Mr Preview!
Ernie: I can assure you that Eric is more than capable.
It's gotten to the point that it's the only Christmas episode to ever get replayed, just because of that one sketch.
And 15 years later, London cabbies were still asking him, "Where to, Mr Preview?"
Morecambe and Previn were rightly praised for their performances but this is also one of Wise's greatest, especially the way his announcement gets more and more rushed with each iteration, starting out pompously as: