And now, for the penultimate day of 13 Days of Xmas, we throw the post open to great bits from our friends across the pond. We’re waiting for our friends the Brits to stage a Comedy Invasion like they invaded us musically a while back...
Tag - Stephen Fry
Stephen Fry is now blogging. True, but that really doesn't do it justice. Fry is writing ginormous treatises.
Sloshing through the swamp of pop culture so you don’t have to. We bring you ideas for how to waste your weekend. Tried to get this up yesterday, I know, I said so in the recording, but that’s what I get for thinking. Of course...
This week we feature some great audiobooks of Homer, a tribute to inker Joe Sinnott, an audiobook read by Stephen Fry and much more.
One of the best bits of a line of excellent bits of The Young Ones, this pits our heroes against Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Emma Thompson and Ben Elton in a game of University Challenge. Absolute genius.
Stephen Fry manages to do a better job in around nine minutes than Francis Ford Coppola did in over two hours. From The Cambridge Footlights' TV special, which doesn't appear to be on DVD either here or in the UK. So damn.
More National Poetry Month mayhem. Because everyone’s a critic. Direct link for the feedreaders.
Okay, we're not ones for sleep around here. But if Stephen Fry's voice was coaxing us to reach for the arms of Morpheus, we might be convinced.
Stephen Fry and Alan Davies relate their stories about Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.
Over at IGN FilmForce, they’re giving you gifts of content. For those of you who don’t know, the best quiz show in the world is QI. Hosted by Stephen Fry and concerned with gobs of whacked out trivia, it’s freaking...