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Who do you think is/was the best comedy double act? Morecambe & Wise, Smith & Jones, Amstrong & Miller, Mitchell & Webb? Sooty & Sweep?! Plenty to choose from.

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Who do you think is/was the best comedy double act? Morecambe & Wise, Smith & Jones, Amstrong & Miller, Mitchell & Webb? Sooty & Sweep?! Plenty to choose from.

father ted crilly and father dougal mcguire!

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Brown & Darling. Catch phrases: "It's Global", "It's a Global problem", "Don't you know it's Global". Signature tune: various, but currently most popular "Fool if you think it's over".

Best solo act Screaming Lord Mandelson. Just too many classic jokes to his credit to even mention.

Before these the Marx Bros took some beating.

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Brown & Darling. Catch phrases: "It's Global", "It's a Global problem", "Don't you know it's Global". Signature tune: various, but currently most popular "Fool if you think it's over".

Best solo act Screaming Lord Mandelson. Just too many classic jokes to his credit to even mention.

How you like them apples, Rory Bremner?

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Best comedy double acts, you say?

Lee & Herring, Fry & Laurie, Laurel & Hardy, Armstrong & Miller, Mitchell & Webb, The Two Ronnies, Vic & Bob, The Mighty Boosh and Flight of the Conchords.

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Don't believe Merlin. It's actually an IQ test to become a BNP MP.

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They are anagrams!!!!!!!!!!

ah! so they are! :blink:

Don't believe Merlin. It's actually an IQ test to become a BNP MP.

have you been applying? :o

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Who do you think is/was the best comedy double act? Morecambe & Wise, Smith & Jones, Amstrong & Miller, Mitchell & Webb? Sooty & Sweep?! Plenty to choose from.

no one could compete with stn laurel and oliver hardy .the best you could ever see.

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no one could compete with stn laurel and oliver hardy .the best you could ever see.

Agreed, can't compete with when they're trying to move the piano, or in the sawmill, makes me LOL everytime

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How about Steptoe and son???

Comedy genius those two :lol:

also, Del Boy and Rodney have to get a mention,

and these two :lol:

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