Monday, July 17, 2006

Shh.... If you're quiet, you might hear the gears grinding.

I'm thinking. Very hard. IN GERMAN. And it makes my head hurg. hurt.

All vill be revealed tomorrow.

PS. Someone told me this weekend that 'Allo 'Allo was experiencing a resurgence in popularity, retro-comedy styleeee, via the student population of fair Blighty. Is this true? If I can remember it from the first time, does that make me an old fuddy-duddy (not necessarily a bad thing)? Should I just retire quietly to my corner muttering about knockwurst and a mantra of catchphrases?

Good moaning.


RPC said...

UK Gold. It has a lot to answer for. Allo Allo, The Good Life, To The Manor Born, dinnerladies... sitcom diamonds.

Whether this is more now than ever, I don't know. However, can the students of Britain truly afford Sky?

Karen Scott said...

Hey, I remember Allo, Allo the first time, and I'm not old!

I watched the Littlest Hobo the other day, now that was a true revelation.

Did anybody ever figure out what the dog was called?

I still love the theme tune though, it has to be said.

Maybe Tomorrow...

EvilAuntiePeril said...

rpc, perhaps they have it on in the pub?

And Karen, thanks the reminder.


Kate R said...

no, no! Someone has misled you. They speak German in GERMANY. You're in Prague! That's not in GERMANY.

Sheesh, doesn't anyone teach geography in Europe any more? (that's an inside joke. heh.)

EvilAuntiePeril said...

Oh yeah... now I remember. Prague = Praguish. Thanks, Kate!

Kate R said...

you forgot the floating anguished e


EvilAuntiePeril said...

*smacks forehead* HOW could I have forgotten the floating anguished "e"?

Thank you again, Kate