Author: Simon Dunn
Nick Hancock wrote a sitcom. He co-wrote it with the sitcom’s creator Chris England. It was on ITV at the end of 1997, and starred Jesse Birdsall and Tamsin Greig. It was not called Me, You And Him, nor was it called Holding The Baby. It was called Blind Men, and it was about men […]
What’s The Opposite Of Cadfael?
It’s all food based this week, as we work out the opposite of Cadfael, Sweet And Sour, and salami. Do not share, and do not enjoy.
What’s The Opposite Of Eldorado?
What’s the opposite of Eldorado? What even is Eldorado? Squeeze your stress balls, listen to the hummingbird sing, and find out. But do not share, and do not enjoy.
The Fifth Seinfeld
This isn’t quite the fun of the fifth housemate in The Young Ones, or the mystery of the dog bowl in Bottom, but after Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer, the character who appears most in Seinfeld is Ruthie Cohen. She appears in 101 of 180 episodes, and has a speaking role in three (The Gum, […]
Dogfood Dan and the Carmarthen Cowboy
David Nobbs is of course more famous for his Reggie Perrin sitcoms, but in 1988 he wrote a BBC One series called Dogfood Dan and the Carmarthen Cowboy. It starred Peter Blake and Malcolm Storry, who played long-distance lorry drivers who often crossed paths on their way up and down the country. Unbeknownst to either, […]