Series Blackadder Discussion

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eneuman96
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08:40:17 PM Mar 24th 2015
"Think for a moment about "Twelve Months Later". Notice anything?"

Um...what exactly is the significance of it? This bit is written as if there's a hidden joke or double meaning. Twelve months equals a year...I don't get it. Sorry if I sound dense about it.
SeptimusHeap
12:56:52 AM Mar 25th 2015
That seems like someone trying to be clever. I would remove it.
DaibhidC
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03:19:35 PM Sep 16th 2014
Pulled this:
  • In Blackadder II, the episode "Head" has Sir Walter Raleigh under sentence of death while Blackadder is the Lord High Executioner, while the very next episode, "Potato", has Sir Walter's entire time under sentence of death taking place while Blackadder is out on his voyage of discovery (of a gift good enough to get Queenie to marry him).
  • Then again, Queenie is fickle and known for repeatedly changing her mind about who she's sentencing to death. Presumably, Sir Walter was pardoned after Blackadder was apparently kicked out of the job.

It was Sir Francis Drake who was on the block in "Head". Totally different pointy-bearded sailor.
alcockell
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07:05:00 AM May 27th 2013
Netflix UK now has them...

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