Too Much of Anything. Dr. House with Lord Melchett Source: A Bit of Fry and Laurie, BBC. Well of cours. e uch is bad for you. Too much ) is bad for you, you bli Too Much of Anything Dr House with Lord Melchett Source: A Bit Fry and Laurie BBC Well cours e uch is bad for you much ) bli
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Too Much of Anything. Dr. House with Lord Melchett Source: A Bit of Fry and Laurie, BBC. Well of cours. e uch is bad for you. Too much ) is bad for you, you bli

Dr. House with Lord Melchett

Source: A Bit of Fry and Laurie, BBC

Well of cours. e uch is bad for you.
Too much ) is bad for you, you blithering twat.
bad for you, .. roo much' is precisely that quantity
which is m.. tii, , ii)) That' s what it means! Jesus!
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#1 - kingsombra
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(06/18/2013) [-]
I have this conversation way too often
#2 to #1 - harala
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User avatar #18 to #1 - deescalation
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having that conversation way too often is bad for you
User avatar #4 - shinigamigod
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(06/18/2013) [-]
This is actually a common argument here in England. Correct use of emphasis.
#17 to #4 - vaporous
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(06/19/2013) [-]
You think England is the only place people argue about that?
#23 to #17 - anon id: 007b4d26
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Where did he say that?
#16 - trollmobile
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#5 - Crimsonfox
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A bit of Fry and Laurie. I loved this show. Not many people know Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie had a show together.
A bit of Fry and Laurie. I loved this show. Not many people know Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie had a show together.
#7 to #5 - anon id: 0ad1dcbf
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How do you know that not many people know they had a show together. Also they had numerous shows together. I've never met you but you seem like a bit of a pompous dick.
User avatar #20 to #7 - theantidote
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What..call him a dick because he figures not many people have seen the show
I'm pretty sure he is right, Black Adder, UK TV show, so a lot of Americans won't know and Hugh and Laurie is also a UK comedy, considering the majority of the world isn't in the UK, you can simply assume that the majority of people wouldn't of seen it..
..pompous dick anon
#14 to #7 - anon id: 8f0c1402
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"you seem like a bit of a pompous dick."
and you don't?
User avatar #37 to #5 - pezmetal
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Change "many" to "enough". Even if 99% of the population of the Earth knew about it, it still wouldn't be enough!
User avatar #31 to #5 - milthyfoustache
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Apart from most of the population of Great Britain.
User avatar #3 - arziben
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(06/18/2013) [-]
u wot m8

u wnt me to slap u un ye bludy face ?

u blitherin twat
#19 - blizzeh
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Just how many things have Laurie and Fry been in together? They're in Black Adder too
#21 to #19 - derpaherpderp
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Quite a lot. They were comedy partners for ages.
#36 to #19 - fromtheinternet
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Can't forget Jeeves and Wooster!
Can't forget Jeeves and Wooster!
User avatar #26 to #19 - romeosdistress
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They had a TV show(A Bit of Fry and Laurie) that lasted four seasons(British seasons, so there was only like 25 episodes in total I think).
User avatar #27 to #19 - eddymolly
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Quite a lot, one of my favorites A bit of Fry & Laurie, its awesome.
#6 - CommonJoo
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What about too much money?
#8 to #6 - jaisharha
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Too much, in excess, yes, yes you can have too much money... thats the ruddy point.
#9 to #8 - CommonJoo
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but is that necessarily a bad thing?
#11 to #9 - captnpl
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yes, it'll either devalue to the point of economic collapse or you'll be killed off by a greedy relative.
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User avatar #12 to #6 - ICEDgrunge
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You become desensitized to what it's actually worth.
User avatar #25 to #12 - burtgasm
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Bill Gates
User avatar #22 to #6 - pharoahemonch
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the whole point of the content is that 'too much' of anything is necessarily a negative thing, because the phrase inherently communicates excess
#35 - onceman
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I find it ironic that Stephen Fry is saying this considering how redundant this and that quote are.
#40 to #35 - WillWalrus
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I'm sorry... what are you trying to say?
What does that quote have to do with this one at all?
User avatar #38 to #35 - mylazy
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Not seeing the redundancy.
User avatar #39 to #38 - onceman
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In this quote he says the same thing 3 times and in the one in the content he says it about 3 times as well, I don't mind that one considering it was a skit.
User avatar #42 to #39 - mylazy
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For the quote in the content he first says that too much of anything is bad for you. He then states that is what too much means. Then he states an example of something you think is good for you that is bad for you in large amounts. Then he actually defines too much rather than just saying that is what it means, thus being more specific. The only redundant part was the final "that's what it means!"
User avatar #41 to #39 - mylazy
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Well for this one. He first says saying, "I'm offended by that" does not give you any rights. Then he says it is a whine. Then he says that there is nothing to it more than a whine. Then he says it has no meaning, purpose, or reason that should be respected. All these sound different to me, which makes it sound like it isn't redundant.
User avatar #15 - retardedboss
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Poorish quality, but here's the skit.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=XV4yK-26smM
User avatar #13 - yunoknow
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(06/19/2013) [-]
it's weird seeing House getting schooled
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