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Favourite Two Ronnies scetch?

Love 'em all, but I'll start the ball rolling with these two...




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  • Fork handles----4 candles
  • Love the two ronnies, can't pick a fav but the opticians sketch is good. Ronnie Barker was a genius, Porridge is one of the best ever sit coms.
  • Too many to choose from!!!
  • edited November 2012
    Nice one, Big_Rob. Made me laugh watching your 2 vids.

    Don't know where to start. Legendary.



  • Mastermind -
    Specialist subject - answering the question before the one just asked.

    Quality.
  • Not sure, but my favourite opening to a sketch was Ronnie B going up to a barman
    "A large gin please"
    "Tonic?"
    "if there's any room left in the glass!"
  • Has to be the 4 Candles sketch - Absolute classic
  • soon as anyone mentions two ronnies there is always the same three sketches that come straight to mind.

    the Andre Previn - "but not necessarily in the right order"

    Fork handles

    and the breakfast sketch - probably my favourite.
  • soon as anyone mentions two ronnies there is always the same three sketches that come straight to mind.

    the Andre Previn - "but not necessarily in the right order"

    Fork handles

    and the breakfast sketch - probably my favourite.

    I think your getting your two Ronnie's and your Morecambe and Wises mixed up.
  • soon as anyone mentions two ronnies there is always the same three sketches that come straight to mind.

    the Andre Previn - "but not necessarily in the right order"

    Fork handles

    and the breakfast sketch - probably my favourite.

    Why do the Two Ronnies remind you of Morecambe and Wise sketches?

    ;-P
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  • edited November 2012
    completly miss read the title of the thread and went and did my favs of both. good god. I think i might go to bed.
  • whats a scetch?
  • Four Candles
    Pisspronounciation of worms.
    The Phantom Raspberry Blower of Old London Town.
  • As well as those already mentioned, the serials within the shows were always great, the ones featuring Charlie Farley and Piggy Malone, The Worm That Turned and of course The Phantom Raspberry Blower of Old London Town ( written by Spike Milligan, and a gentleman ) ...
  • The One Ronnie - Porridge.
  • edited November 2012

    Mastermind -
    Specialist subject - answering the question before the one just asked.

    Quality.

    Link:
    youtu.be/y0C59pI_ypQ
  • Mastermind -
    Specialist subject - answering the question before the one just asked.

    Quality.

    Link:
    youtu.be/y0C59pI_ypQ
    That one is prue quality. The other one I liked was the two of them on the phone next to each other and the two halves of their conversations meshing together to say something completely different!

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  • The choca-lar-tee mouse (chocolate mousse) sketch
  • Obviously the famous ones that others have mentioned are great but the 'big musical finales' they did ie 'People Don't Like Clowns No More', Somebody's Got To Do It', 'The Plumstead Ladies Male Voice Choir' and 'Barber Shop' were good too. There was also one with old Oxford graduates looking back at their younger days.

    The Barker monologues were always excellent and were far better than the Corbett 'waffle in chair' spots.

    Here's a sketch not seen too often featuring Barker in a 'How To' sketch about building a garden shed:



  • I know this is off topic and I'm sure someone's mentioned this before, but how do you post a video straight into a post rather than using a link like I did earlier? For the life of me, I can't work it out!

    Apologies for my stupidity.
    :-)
  • No. Handles for forks.
  • Mostly the bits written by Ronnie Barker/Gerald Wiley

    "I'll be speaking to a lady who likes Nicholas Parsons"

    "And I'll be speaking to a parson who likes knickerless ladies"
  • edited November 2012
    The Bert and Charlie sketches always make me laugh!


  • The Rook Restaurant Sketch -

    Ronnie Barker, genius!
  • Loved the 2 Ronnies , up there with Morecombe and Wise.
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