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Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry loveliness and hilarity 
22nd-May-2007 08:49 pm
I'm not quite sure how I've never seen this before but I seriously was laughing so hard I was crying.

I said play it BITCH

Just effing brilliant........

23rd-May-2007 01:54 am (UTC)
I saw your reply to the clip of Stephen in that community and came to see where you got the icon when I stumbled upon this. I don't know how I hadn't seen it either. This is brilliant. Stephen has the most perfected comic timing and tone ever, I can't think of anyone who's as consistently charming. Anyway, glad to have stumbled upon this.
23rd-May-2007 05:32 am (UTC)
I am glad you stumbled upon this too! I adore your dancercising icon. I swear I could listen to Stephen reciting the tohe phone book. He is brilliant. I about fell of my couch when he said, "play it bitch"
23rd-May-2007 08:13 am (UTC)
I love his habit of slipping in random and unnecessary, yet hilarious words, such as "frighteningly special". Plus him swearing is always amusing. It was him uttering "shit" off camera when the piano was locked wasn't it?

I assume you've seen the Fry and Laurie series and don't need me to keep giving examples of Stephen's brilliance. He's one of only two (possibly three) comedians that I watch so intensely with my finger on the pause button (although often I count Stephen and Hugh as one) so that I can fully appreciate the joke before being immediately hit with another equally brilliant line. The other is an Australian comedian Shaun Micallef who I have to say is my favourite, to me he is comic perfection, not a single word or a single edit isn't strategically referencing something or deconstructing the entire format. Meh, I could go on but you probably don't know him. Stephen is a close second to him but despite being a great improv comedian aswell, in interviews, this Micallef guy is very serious and pretty much like John Cleese is in interviews. Often times the comedians who are outrageous in interviews are the least funny and the ones who appear to be very restrained are the funniest because their humour is so intellectualised and well, intellectuals are funnier than rambling idiots.

Clearly I'm one of those rambling idiots, as the reply as just proven but I've never mistaken myself for an intellectual or comic genius. Don't suppose you'd want to add my LJ? I don't like a cluttered LJs and just got rid of a bunch last night 'cause honestly, I get bored with people's rants about their day and love posts about funny clips involving Stephen or Hugh, or just random things in general. Basically I feel an obligation as I'd never have seen the clip if I hadn't seen your journal.
23rd-May-2007 10:12 am (UTC)
OH Hugh, i love your gay shirts.
23rd-May-2007 11:24 am (UTC)
I know, the first thing I said to my hubby was, "OMG, that is a SWEET shirt!!!" *insert sarcasm here*

He can rock a hideous shirt like no one's business.

But his piano playing, ugh, that totally makes the panties drop....
23rd-May-2007 11:46 am (UTC)

Me and my friend call this shirt, the BESTEST SHIRT EVER!
It always makes us laugh so hard. I am certain Hugh wears these shirts BECAUSE of how hideous they are.

Oh yes, Hugh playing his piano, will make each and every female on this planet cream her panties.
23rd-May-2007 02:04 pm (UTC)
OMG, that shirt and the hair, good Lord how am I supposed to work, I'm all hot and bothered now ;) That shit is the hottness

I think we need to stage a fashion intervention. I'm going with him wear a little or no clothes as possible.
23rd-May-2007 02:20 pm (UTC)
Sexy right? My hand wants to play with his belt.

23rd-May-2007 05:00 pm (UTC)
My hand always wants to play with his belt.

I think we need to alternate days that we are his fashion advisor. I go one day and advise no clothes, and you go another day and say no clothes. He's Britishand so proper that he's going to be hesitant so we'll probably be on the job for years.....
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