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The guns have stopped because we are about to attack. Not even our generals are mad enough to shell their own men. They feel it's more sporting to let the Germans do it. Lieutenant George : So, we are, in fact, going over. This is, as they say, it?
Captain Blackadder : Yes, unless I can think of something very quickly. Private Baldrick : There's a nasty splinter on that ladder, sir. A bloke could hurt himself on that. Private Baldrick : I have a plan, sir. Captain Blackadder : Really Baldrick? A cunning and subtle one? Private Baldrick : Yes, sir. Captain Blackadder : Well, I'm afraid it's too late.
Whatever it was, I'm sure it was better than my plan to get out of here by pretending to be mad. I mean, who would have noticed another madman round here? Captain Blackadder : Good luck, everyone. Sign In. Episode guide. Comedy War. See more at IMDbPro. Top rated TV Episodes 6. Browse episodes. Top Top-rated.
Photos Top cast Edit. More like this. Storyline Edit. Did you know Edit. Stephen Fry had the idea to change it to Darling named after a boy at his school and created a running gag which is frequently used throughout the series. Goofs Throughout the series, Blackadder and George, both front-line officers in the trenches, are show with their rank insignia displayed on their cuffs, whereas Melchett and Darling, staff officers, are shown with their rank insignia on their shoulders.
In reality, this would have been reversed: Cuff insignia was the standard, but front-line officers were allowed to wear theirs on their shoulders to make them less conspicuous to snipers. Shoulder insignia eventually became an army-wide personal option in , and made permanent in when the cuff insignia was abolished completely.
Quotes Lieutenant George : But this is brave, splendid and noble Sir Captain Blackadder : Yes, Lieutenant. Lieutenant George : I'm scared, sir Private Baldrick : I'm scared too, sir Lieutenant George : I'm the last of the tiddly-winking leapfroggers from the golden summer of Crazy credits In the opening credits, Captains Blackadder and George lead a battalion in parade past General Melchett and Captain Darling with Private Baldrick in the marching band playing a triangle.
The closing credits are a grainy s newsreel of the same battalion heading into battle, with Melchett and Darling walking casually but quickly in the other direction Connections Featured in The Story of Bean Soundtracks British Grenadier uncredited Traditional incorporated in the theme.
User reviews 80 Review. Top review. Definitely the best Blackadder. Quotes Blackadder : [punches Shakespeare] That is for every schoolboy and schoolgirl for the next years! Crazy credits The opening credits are a series of historical paintings and photographs, featuring Blackadder "Forrest-Gumped" into them.. User reviews 46 Review. Top review. Liked it I'm all for another series to be made provided it doesn't come out like the film.
It was good to watch but definately did seem to have lost the wit and Hilarity of the series. I loved the series and found series 2, 3 and 4 to be the funniest. Blackadder is the very greatest tv sitcom in the world and is definately as good as Fawlty Towers. Lets just hope the writers, Richard Curtis and Ben Elton, have a cunning plan for a new series if there is to be one. Overall i'd give it 7 out of 10 but don't let this stop you from viewing the series. Mmyers Oct 28, Details Edit. Release date December 6, United Kingdom.
United Kingdom. Untitled Blackadder Millennium Project. Box office Edit. Technical specs Edit. Runtime 33 minutes. Related news. Contribute to this page Suggest an edit or add missing content. Edit page. See the full list. Watch the video.
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Captain Darling: You'll regret this Blackadder. You'd better find the real spy or I'll make it very hard for you. Nurse Mary: When this war is over, do you think we might get to know each other a little better? Captain Blackadder: Yes, why not? When this madness has finished, perhaps we could go cycling together. Take a trip down to the old Swan at Henley and go for a walk in the woods. General Melchett: Is this true, Blackadder? Did Captain Darling pooh-pooh you?
General Melchett: Well, then, damn it all! What more evidence do you need? The pooh-poohing alone is a court martial offense! Captain Blackadder: I can assure you, sir, that the pooh-poohing was purely circumstantial. General Melchett: Well, I hope so, Blackadder. You know, if there's one thing I've learnt from being in the Army, it's never ignore a pooh-pooh.
I knew a Major, who got pooh-poohed, made the mistake of ignoring the pooh-pooh. He pooh-poohed it! Fatal error! In the end, we had to disband the regiment. Morale totally destroyed General Melchett: Something's the matter. Something sinister and something grotesque. And what's worse is that it's going on right here under my very nose.
Nurse Mary: [in bed together, Nurse Mary is asking Blackadder whether he has a girl back home in England] And no casual girlfriends? Captain Blackadder: Skirt? If only. When I joined up we were still fighting colonial wars. If you saw someone in a skirt you shot him and nicked his country.
General Melchett: Security isn't a dirty word, Blackadder. Crevice is a dirty word, but security isn't. Captain Blackadder: I spy with my bored little eye something beginning with "T". Private Baldrick: My breakfast always begins with tea. Then I have a little sausage, then a egg with some little soldiers. Private Baldrick: Nah - it never begins with a letter.
The postman don't come till Lieutenant George: All right, sir. I spy with my little eye something beginning with "R". Captain Blackadder: For God's sake, Baldrick. Army starts with an "A". He's looking for something that starts with an "R". Captain Blackadder: Right, right, right. My turn again. What begins with "Come here" and ends in "Ow"? General Melchett: Splendid fellows, brave heroes risking life and limb for Blighty! General Melchett: [on catching the spy] Yes, three weeks to smoke the bugger out.
Use any method you see fit. Personally, I'd recommend you get a hold of a cocker spaniel, tie your suspect down on a chair with a potty on his head, then pop his todger between two floury buns and shout "Dinner time, Fido! Captain Blackadder: No thank you, I only smoke cigarettes after making love. So back in England I'm a twenty-a-day man. Captain Blackadder: What about you? Have you got a man?
Some fine fellow in an English country village? A vicar maybe? Quiet, gentle, hung like a baboon? Captain Blackadder: Well, I'm afraid it'll have to wait. Whatever it was, I'm sure it was better than my plan to get out of this by pretending to be mad. Private Baldrick: No, the thing is: The way I see it, these days there's a war on, right?
So, there must have been a moment when there not being a war on went away, right? So, what I want to know is: How did we get from the one case of affairs to the other case of affairs? Lieutenant George: The war started because of the vile Hun and his villainous empire- building.
Captain Blackadder: George, the British Empire at present covers a quarter of the globe, while the German Empire consists of a small sausage factory in Tanganiki. I hardly think that we can be entirely absolved of blame on the imperialistic front. Lieutenant George: Oh, no, sir, absolutely not. Private Baldrick: I heard that it started when a bloke called Archie Duke shot an ostrich 'cause he was hungry. Captain Blackadder: Well, possibly.
But the real reason for the whole thing was that it was too much effort not to have a war. Lieutenant George: By Gum, this is interesting. I always loved history. Captain Blackadder: You see, Baldrick, in order to prevent war in Europe, two superblocs developed: us, the French and the Russians on one side, and the Germans and Austro-Hungary on the other. The idea was to have two vast opposing armies, each acting as the other's deterrent. That way there could never be a war.
Captain Blackadder: Yes, that's right. You see, there was a tiny flaw in the plan. Private Baldrick: I heard it started when some fella called Archie Duke shot an ostrich 'cos he was hungry. Lieutenant George: Will you really? Oh bravo! Yes, jump into the old jalopy and come down and stay in the country, and we can relive the old times. Captain Blackadder: What, dig a hole in the garden, fill it with water, and get your gamekeeper to shoot at us all day?
Lieutenant George: Captain Darling said they'd be along directly, but, well, you'd better be damn doolally. Captain Blackadder: Don't worry, George; I am. When they get here, I'll show them what 'totally and utterly bonkeroonie' means. Until then, we've got bugger-all to do except sit and wait. Lieutenant George: Well, I don't know, sir - we could, er, we could have a jolly game of charades! Captain Blackadder: Permission granted, Baldrick, as long as isn't the one about where babies come from.
And, ages ago, there wasn't a war on, right? And there being a war on came along. Captain Blackadder: Millions have died, but our troops have advanced no further than an asthmatic ant with some heavy shopping. Lieutenant George: Oh, dash and blast all this hanging about, sir! I'm as bored as a pacifist pistol.
When are we going to see some action? Captain Blackadder: Well, George, I strongly suspect that your long wait for certain death is nearly at an end. Surely you must have noticed something in the air Captain Blackadder: Hello; the Somme Public Baths - no running, shouting, or piddling in the shallow end.
Captain Blackadder: Tomorrow at dawn. Oh, excellent. See you later, then. Captain Blackadder: Gentlemen, our long wait is nearly at an end. Tomorrow morning, General Insanity Melchett invites you to a mass slaughter. We're going over the top. Captain Blackadder: You see, Baldrick, in order to prevent war two great super-armies developed.
The idea being that each army would act as the other's deterrent. That way, there could never be a war. Captain Blackadder: This is a crisis. A large crisis. In fact, if you got a moment, it's a twelve-storey crisis with a magnificent entrance hall, carpeting throughout, hour portage, and an enormous sign on the roof, saying 'This Is a Large Crisis'. A large crisis requires a large plan. Get me two pencils and a pair of underpants.
Captain Blackadder: [upon realizing there is no way he can avoid going over the top] I think the phrase rhymes with "clucking bell". Private Baldrick: [re: the Christmas truce] Remember the football match? General Sir Anthony Cecil Hogmanay Melchett: [while sending Darling to the trench] I'm just going to have to sit this one out on the touchline with the half-time oranges and the fat wheezy boys with a note from matron, while you young bloods link arms and go together for the glorious final scrum down.
Captain Darling: Ahm Rather hoped I'd get through the whole show. Simply says: "Bugger. Captain Blackadder: Well, you've come to the right place, Bob. A war hasn't been fought this badly since Olaf the Hairy, high chief of all the vikings, accidentally ordered 80, battle helmets with the horns on the inside. Captain Blackadder: We're in the stickiest situation since Sticky the stick insect got stuck on a sticky bun.
Captain Blackadder: Yes To Mr. Congrats stop. Have found only person in world less funny than you stop. Name Baldrick stop. Signed E. Blackadder stop. Oh, and put a P. Captain Blackadder: For us, the Great War is finito, a war which would be a damn sight simpler if we just stayed in England and shot fifty thousand of our men a week. Captain Darling: We received a telegram from Mr Chaplin himself at Sennet Studios: Twice nightly filming of my films in trenches: excellent idea stop.
But must insist that E. Blackadder be projectionist stop. Don't let him ever Captain Blackadder: George, the day the war began I was cheesed off. Within ten minutes of you turning up, I had finished the cheese and moved on to the coffee and cigars, and at this late stage I am in a cab with two lady companions on my way to the Pink Pussycat in Lower Regent Street. Captain Blackadder: [to Bob Parkhurst] Your disguise is as convincing as a giraffe wearing dark sunglasses trying to get into a polar bear's only golf club.
Captain Blackadder: That is the worst idea in the history of entertainment since Abraham Lincoln said, "I'm sick of kicking around the house all day, let's go take in a show. Private Baldrick: [Blackadder has kicked Baldrick] You mustn't do that to me, sir, 'cause that is a bourgeois act of repression, sir! Private Baldrick: Haven't you smelt it, sir?
There's something afoot in the wind! The huddled masses, yearning to be free! Private Baldrick: No sir, I've been supping the milk of freedom! Already our Russian comrades are poised on the brink of revolution. And here too, sir, the huddled wossnames - such as myself, sir - are ready to throw off the hated oppressors like you and the lieutenant!
Present company excepted, sir. Captain Blackadder: Good thing the horny old blighter didn't ask you to marry him. Lieutenant George: Well, to be honest, sir, I'm not completely certain that I did. Lieutenant George: Well, sir, I didn't feel that I could refuse. I mean, he is a general, he might have me court martialled! Captain Blackadder: Where as he's going to give you the Victoria Cross when he lifts up your frock on the wedding night, and finds himself looking at the last turkey in the shop!
Bob Parkhurst: [Reacting to the crowd's ovation to the variety show] They love him, sir. We're a hit! Captain Blackadder: Yes, in one short evening I've become the most successful impresario since the manager of the Roman Coliseum thought of putting the Christians and the Lions on the same bill. Captain Blackadder: Unfortunately most of the infantry think you're a prat. Lord Flasheart: All right men, let's do-oo-oo it!
The first thing to remember is: always treat your kite. Lieutenant George: How, how do you mean, Sir? Do you mean, do you mean take her home at weekends to meet your mother? Lord Flasheart: No, I mean get inside her five times a day and take her to heaven and back. Captain Blackadder: I'm beginning to see why the suffragette movement want the vote. Lord Flasheart: Hey! Lord Flasheart: Mind if I use your phone? If word gets out I'm missing, five hundred girls will kill themselves.
Cancel the state funeral, tell the king to stop blubbing, Flash is not dead! I simply ran out of juice! And before five hundred girls all go 'oh, what's the point in living any more? Send someone along to pick me up.
General Melchett's driver will do, she hangs round with a big knob so she'll be used to a fellow like me. Captain Blackadder: Look, do you think you could make your obscene phone call somewhere else? Lord Flasheart: No, not in half an hour you rubber desk-johnny! Lord Flasheart: [hangs up] Right! Let's dig out your best booze and talk about me till the car comes!
Lord Flasheart: You look like a decent British bloke. I'll park the old booties on you if that's okay. Lord Flasheart: [Flashheart rests his feet on Baldrick's back and sighs] Have you any idea what it's like to have the wind rushing through your hair, George? Lord Flasheart: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait a minute. Now I may be packing the kind of tackle that you'd normally expect to find swinging about between the hindlegs of a Grand National winner, but I'm not totally stupid.
I've got the kind of feeling you'd rather we hadn't come. Captain Blackadder: No, no, no, I'm very grateful. It's just that I'd slow you up. Lord Flasheart: Just because I can give multiple orgasms to the furniture just by sitting on it, doesn't mean that I'm not sick of this damn war: the blood, the noise, the endless poetry. Lord Flasheart: Ok chums, let's doooooo it. As the bishop said to the netball team. Lord Flasheart: Because the pants haven't been built yet that'll take the job on!
Lord Flasheart: Captain Darling? Funny name for a guy isn't it? Last person I called darling was pregnant twenty seconds later. Captain Blackadder: Ah, it is a Sopwith Camel. I always get confused between the sound of a Sopwith Camel, and the sound of a malodorous runt wasting everybody's time. Lieutenant George: Crikey, sir. I'm looking forward to today. Up diddly up, down diddly down, whoops, poop, twiddly dee - decent scrap with the fiendish Red Baron - bit of a jolly old crash landing behind enemy lines - capture, torture, escape, and then back home in time for tea and medals.
Captain Blackadder: George, who's using the family brain cell at the moment? This is just the training - 6 months of dull men looking at machinery. Lord Flasheart: [Voice from outside the room] Hey, girls - look at my machinery! General Melchett: If nothing else works, a total pig-headed unwillingness to look facts in the face will see us through.
Baron von Richthoven: Ah, and the Lord Flasheart. This is indeed an honour. Finally, the two greatest gentleman fliers in the world meet. Two men of honour, who have jousted together in the cloud-strewn glory of the skies, face to face at last. How often I have rehearsed this moment of destiny in my dreams. The panoply to encapsulate the unspoken nobility of a comradeship.
Captain Darling: I'm sure we'd all like to know Why are you called the Twenty Minuters? Lord Flasheart: It's simple! The life expectancy of a new pilot is twenty minutes! Captain Blackadder: So we take off in ten minutes, we're in the air for twenty minutes, so we should be dead by twenty five to ten.
Lieutenant George: Hairy blighters, sir, this is a bit of a turn-up for the plus fours. Captain Blackadder: I was wondering whether, after being tortured by the most vicious sadist in the German army, I might be allowed a week's leave to recuperate. General Melchett: Excellent idea. Your commanding officer would have to be stark raving mad to refuse you. General Melchett: [explaining why they can't rescue Captain Blackadder] Now George, you remember when I came down to visit you when you were a nipper, for your sixth birthday?
You used to have a lovely little rabbit, beautiful little thing, do you remember? General Melchett: That's right, Flossie! Do you remember what happened to Flossie? General Melchett: That's right! It was the kindest thing to do after he'd been run over by that car. General Melchett: Yes, by my car. But that, too, was an act of mercy when you remember that that dog had been set on him. General Melchett: Yes, yes, my dog.
But what I'm trying to say, George, is that the state young Flossie was in after we'd scraped him off my front tyre, is very much the state that young Blackadder will be in now: if not very nearly dead, then very actually dead! Captain Darling: I shouldn't worry, Blackadder - flying is all about navigation. As long as you've got a good navigator, I'm sure you'll be fine. Captain Blackadder: Oops, a little wobble there! Right, let's take stock - Baldrick, how many rounds have we got? Lord Flasheart: Ugh!
How disgusting. A Boche on the sole of my boot. I shall have to find a patch of grass to wipe it on! Probably get shunned in the officers' Mess; sorry about the pong you fellas, trod in a Boche and couldn't get rid of the whiff! Captain Blackadder: [getting up] Do you think we could dispense from the hilarious doggie doo metaphor for a moment. I'm not a Boche, this is a British trench. Lord Flasheart: Is it? Well, that's a piece of luck. Thought I'd landed sausage side. Mind if I use your phone?
If word gets out that I'm missing, girls would kill themselves. I wouldn't want them on my conscience, not when they out to be on my face! Captain Blackadder: [during a German air raid] Where's our air force? They're meant to defend us against this sort of thing. Right, that's it! Captain Blackadder: Hello? Yes, yes, I'd like to leave a message for the head of the Flying Corps, please.
Message reads "Where are you you bastard". Lord Flasheart: And always remember - if you want something, take it! Squadron Commander Lord Flasheart: Listen, just because I can give multiple orgasms to the furniture just by sitting, doesn't mean I'm not sick of this war. We're doing our best to make sure our content is useful, accurate and safe.
If by any chance you spot an inappropriate comment while navigating through our website please use this form to let us know, and we'll take care of it shortly. Forgot your password? Retrieve it. TV Shows. Genre: Comedy. Year: 8, Views. Lieutenant George: But this is brave, splendid and noble Sir Captain Blackadder: Yes, Lieutenant. Lieutenant George: I'm scared, sir Private Baldrick: I'm scared too, sir Lieutenant George: I'm the last of the tiddly-winking leapfroggers from the golden summer of Captain Blackadder: How are you feeling, Darling?
Captain Blackadder: Well, quite. Lieutenant George: You don't think Private Baldrick: Perhaps the war's over. Perhaps it's peace. Captain Blackadder: Really Baldrick? A cunning and subtle one? Private Baldrick: Yes, sir. Captain Blackadder: I can't believe I've been so stupid. Private Baldrick: Yeah, that is strange cause normally, I'm the stupid one. Private Baldrick: I'm carving something on a bullet, sir.
Captain Blackadder: What are you craving? Private Baldrick: I'm carving "Baldrick", sir. Captain Blackadder: Why? Private Baldrick: It's part of a cunning plan, sir. Captain Blackadder: Of course it is.
Captain Blackadder: Yes? Captain Blackadder: Oh, shame! Private Baldrick: You know my dad was a nun. Captain Blackadder: No he wasn't. Lieutenant George: Tally-ho pip-pip and Bernard's your uncle. Lieutenant George: Look what I got for you sir. Captain Blackadder: What?
Captain Blackadder: Hmm, do you know what this is, Lieutenant? Lieutenant George: It's a good old service revolver. Captain Blackadder: New ladders? Private Baldrick: Rat au Van, Sir. Captain Blackadder: Rat au Van, Baldrick? Private Baldrick: Yes Baldrick. General Melchett: Permission granted.
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