الأحد، 23 يناير، 2011

Blackadder









Many great men have played a part in shaping Britain's noble heritage. Others have just ended up on the dungheap. Men like Edmund Blackadder. From coward to cad and back again, Edmund surfaces in the medieval, Tudor, Georgian, Dickensian and World War I eras, where he seriously lowers the tone with an assortment of cunning plans, serpentine banter and his smelly servant, Baldrick. 



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