Turds, Vomit, Willies, And Backside Cracks

This is a great photo used as part of a preview for Blackadder Goes Forth, from The Daily Mirror on Wednesday 20th September 1989.

Here’s James Green, in The Stage of October 5th, wringing his hands about whether the time period is a suitable subject matter for the show.

Here’s a rather more curious take from the same publication just a week later.

But it’s good to see that Hilary Kingsley continues her love of the show into the new era, accompanied by this great illustration in her review column from the Mirror, dated 30th September.

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