Hurrah, and indeed, huzzah. As either Stephen Fry or Hugh Laurie themselves might say. For one of the finest, funniest duos
American cousins! And other Americans to whom I am not related! Ever found yourself at a tea party - the British, not crazed lunatic Republican, kind - and suddenly been at a loss for words when the topic of conversation moves, inevitably, to British television comedy? Fear not. For here is a handy guide to What To Say in such a situation - or indeed, when conversing with Brits in the Huffington Post Comedy Club comments. The following 20 pointers are intended to make you blend in with British people...
Hugh Laurie has fired back at reports he's to blame for the end of hit medical drama House - because he's tired of playing
Hugh Laurie will hang up his cane as cranky doctor Gregory House in May after confirming hit medical drama House will end
There are definitely some worse composers out there than Anthony Hopkins. I mean, you probably could have guessed this even before listening to his new albumComposer. It's statistically very probable, after all. But now I think it's basically fact: there are some worse composers out there than Anthony Hopkins. Some. Maybe about 20.
All we know so far is that Yates wants to take the character in a new direction, distancing himself from not only the current 11th Doctor Matt Smith, but from the whole post-Russell T. Davies (the man who revived the series in 2005 after a long hiatus) era.
Hugh Laurie has been named the favourite actor to play Doctor Who in the upcoming big screen outing for the Time Lord. The
"I wanted Arthur to be really appealing without being cute, with soft hair that would make you want to pat him," is how the
Kate Winslet and Downton Abbey were among the big winners at the Emmy Awards, making it a successful night for British TV
Perhaps it's obvious, but it's also so easy to forget: never get too discouraged by the apparent gap between what you believe you are capable of, and what it seems you are right now.