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Saturday, March 19

Uptown Downstairs Abbey: A Spoof





Submitted by Tony Grant

15 comments:

The BUTT'RY and BOOK'RY said...

OH Ho ha ho hee!
THAT "chuckle chuckle"
gave me the BIGGEST Belly Laugh in a long long time!! :-)
.....oh ha ha.... sigh.... chuckle chuckle... oh thank you...chuckle......let me watch that again....

Miss Laurie said...

I loved this! There's even a Pride & Prejudice reference. Too funny! :)

~Miss Laurie
Old-Fashioned Charm

Southerner said...

I've looked at these clips three times now and every time I notice another innuendo, another reference.

They are some of the funniest things I've seen in a LONG LONG time.

Tony

Southerner said...

Just to emphasise my point,these clips are a laugh a second. LITERALLY!!!!!!!!!

Antiques And Teacups said...

Thank you so much for posting this!! How fun...Joanna Lumley et al...what a kick. We loved it! Liked the Teasmade reference...Prince Charles & Princess Diana even got one as a wedding present!
Ruth

Ruth...Time Was Antiques said...

Have re-posted & tweeted all over! Too funny...thanks so much!
Ruth

Anna said...

This is hilarious! Thanks for posting, Tony.

The best part was the introduction of the maids. Home-made, overmaid, made in China... hehe.

I do wonder how they get to make such high-quality spoofs with such great actors on location. How do they budget this???

Eliza Martin said...

That was really clever. I totally love Dan Stevens, but I hated his hair in this miniseries, and the parody totally took up how silly he looked. Glad to see I wasn't the only one.

Nonna Beach said...

LOL !
There is a new version of Upstairs, Downstairs being filmed...wondering if it's possible to out shine the original series !!!

Anna Dunwich said...

Hello! I wonder how I can go to write to your blog. Do you have any e-mail to contact?

Stephanie Burgis said...

Loved this! Thanks so much for postin git.

Vic said...

Hello Anna: Contanct

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Hope you understand the address.

Southerner said...

Stephanie, I'm not often called a,"git," perhaps ,"old git," would be more appropriate.Ha!Ha!

You must have lived in England to pick up insults like that.

All the best,
Tony

PS What we need now is a good writer of reviews and we have those in abundance, to write a ,"tongue in cheek," review of these clips.

Lily said...

This is hilarious! Loved it.

D Froelich said...

too funny please may I have another?