U.K.T.V. Comedy Quiz
An easy one here, fifteen assorted questions on British comedy shows. Have a go ahh willya go on, go on, go on, go on. 15 Questions.
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In which dark comedy would you find the charming character, Papa Lazarou ?
The League of Gentlemen
Not Going Out
Keeping Up Appearances
Who introduced us to Captain Kremmen, Marcel Wave and "Angry of Mayfair"?
Who is this young whippersnapper putting in an appearance in "The Vicar of Dibley"?
Who played the part of Alf Garnet's long suffering wife in " 'Til Death us do Part"?
Which "sophisticated" gent had a wife affectionately referred to as "Mary Doll" ?
Rab C. Nesbitt
Norman Stanley Fletcher
In the comedy panel show "Shooting Stars" from which avian did contestants choose a question?
The Sparrow From Harrow
The Plover From Dover
The Gull From Hull
The Dove From Above
Voted the U.K.'s favourite comedy sketch, which pair gave us the "Four Candles" ("Fork Handles") sketch
In the comedy "Rising Damp" what was Rigsby's first name?
This guy had "Loadsamoney!". Who is he?
This show loosely came under the heading comedy: Who is missing from this trio featured in "Last of the Summer Wine" : Compo, Clegg and .....?
On which island was "Father Ted" set?
"This week I 'ave been mostly wearing Dolce & Gabbana." was one of the many catchphrases that could have been heard on which show?
The Fast Show
Big Night Out
Men Behaving Badly
Sir Elton John shares his middle name with "Steptoe and Sons" horse. What is it?
The setting for "The League of Gentleman" was a place called "Royston Vasey". Which comedians REAL name was it named after?
Roy "Chubby" Brown
"Naff off!" was an often used phrase in Porridge. In which prison was it set?
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