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* A minor one in [[VillainSong "The Wives of Henry VIII"]] in the verse about Henry's third wife (who died in childbirth):
--> Lovely Jane Seymour was three.
--> The love of a lifetime for me.


* "The Suffragette Song" which ends with the caption [[EarnYourHappyEnding "Women get the right to vote - 1918."]]

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* "The Suffragette Song" which covers the period starting from 1903 and ends with the caption [[EarnYourHappyEnding "Women get the right to vote - 1918."]]

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* "The Suffragette Song" which ends with the caption [[EarnYourHappyEnding "Women get the right to vote - 1918."]]


* In a meta moment, there's Ben's appearing on Series/Pointless twice, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XWZ-ce0x7Y once with Larry]] and [[https://youtu.be/pSQ1KIQwY8E once with Jim]]. Both times you can see that these guys really all care about each other, with Ben even referring to Jim once with the fond nickname "Goose".

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* In a meta moment, there's Ben's appearing on Series/Pointless {{Series/Pointless}} twice, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XWZ-ce0x7Y once with Larry]] and [[https://youtu.be/pSQ1KIQwY8E once with Jim]]. Both times you can see that these guys really all care about each other, with Ben even referring to Jim once with the fond nickname "Goose".



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* In a meta moment, there's Ben's appearing on Series/Pointless twice, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XWZ-ce0x7Y once with Larry]] and [[https://youtu.be/pSQ1KIQwY8E once with Jim]]. Both times you can see that these guys really all care about each other, with Ben even referring to Jim once with the fond nickname "Goose".
-->'''Ben:''' ''[with his hand supportively on Jim's shoulder]'' Talk to me, Goose.
** Then there's [[https://twitter.com/Lazbotron/status/1313378161195970560 Larry's tweet]] about his 12 year anniversary of working with the others:
-->"12 years ago today was my first day on set (a very cold quarry) with three strangers. ‘Seem nice enough’ I thought. We’ve done a lot of dressing strangely in cold places since then, and I’ve loved every single one. Happy Idiotiversary, fellas x"


* Their sketch about James Hind manages to qualify. Hind was a royalist highwayman who refused to steal from fellow royalists, and in fact ''gave'' them money. The royalist couple's pleasant surprise never fails to make one smile.

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* Their sketch about James Hind manages to qualify. Hind was a royalist highwayman who [[HonorAmongThieves refused to steal from fellow royalists, and in fact ''gave'' fact]] ''[[HonorAmongThieves gave]]'' [[HonorAmongThieves them money.money]]. The royalist couple's pleasant surprise never fails to make one smile.


---> "The only cross, was one you wrote, ''[[WhamLine/your brothers died, so you could vote]]''. Didn’t just beat me, you beat tyranny, Your finest hour!"

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---> "The only cross, was one you wrote, ''[[WhamLine/your ''[[WhamLine your brothers died, so you could vote]]''. Didn’t just beat me, you beat tyranny, Your finest hour!"

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* Winston Churchill's lament after losing the vote to Atlee in 'Your Finest Hour' (parody of My Way)
---> "That’s what we killed for, what blood was spilled for. Your finest hour."
---> "The only cross, was one you wrote, ''[[WhamLine/your brothers died, so you could vote]]''. Didn’t just beat me, you beat tyranny, Your finest hour!"


* Weaving in audio from one of Creator/WinstonChurchill 's speeches at the end of the RAF Pilots song is weirdly heartwarming considering the actual song.

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* Weaving in audio from one of Creator/WinstonChurchill UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill 's speeches at the end of the RAF Pilots song is weirdly heartwarming considering the actual song.



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** In the final scene, the two Greek characters embrace each other as a sign of showing that they do care. Also, the two soldiers look at each other, knowing that they did well.


* The ''Frightful First World War'' being dedicated to Private John Condon, who was the youngest British soldier to die in the First World War, at [[ChildSoldiers '''fourteen years old''']].

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* The ''Frightful First World War'' being dedicated to Private John Condon, who was the [[ChildSoldiers youngest British soldier soldier]] to die in the First World War, at [[ChildSoldiers '''fourteen years old''']].old'''.



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* The ''Frightful First World War'' being dedicated to Private John Condon, who was the youngest British soldier to die in the First World War, at [[ChildSoldiers '''fourteen years old''']].


* Weaving in audio from one of WinstonChurchill 's speeches at the end of the RAF Pilots song is weirdly heartwarming considering the actual song.

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* Weaving in audio from one of WinstonChurchill Creator/WinstonChurchill 's speeches at the end of the RAF Pilots song is weirdly heartwarming considering the actual song.


* Rosa Parks's song: 'I sat on a bus'; not only is it a great, uplifting ensemble piece, but it ends with a subtitle saying 'The Civil Rights Movement went on to end all segregation in America.'

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* Rosa Parks's song: 'I sat song "I Sat on a bus'; Bus"; not only is it a great, uplifting ensemble piece, but it ends with a subtitle saying 'The Civil Rights Movement went on to end all segregation in America.'


* The Viking Peace Song. Hearing about the peaceful things Vikings did to Britain for a change is very nice.

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* The Viking Peace Song."Viking Land" Simon & Garfunkel parody song. Hearing about the peaceful things Vikings did to Britain for a change is very nice.

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