I hope that all you “Peakers” out there are enjoying your December holidays, and that your homes are filled with cheer, your hearts are filled with joy and your sinks are full of dishes. And as is customary for and craved by most folks at some point during the year, a week off to rest the bones and curl up on the couch with the cat seems like a fine idea.
But just so you’re not left feeling empty and unloved, I’ve tossed you a good giggle to while away a few minutes in place of reading this week’s episode.
Hope you enjoy a little Morecambe and Wise skit. One of my favorites, and performed in their 1971 Christmas show.
Cheers to you all, and a very Happy New Year.
We’ll see you next week!
~Shelley (& Rob)
Don’t forget to check out what we’re cookin’ in the Scullery (here) and what we all talked about down in the pub (here). And to see more of Robin Gott‘s humor–all from the only pen carved from a human funny bone–click here.
9 thoughts on “A little Holiday Folly”
A good giggle, indeed! Thanks for sharing, Shelley, and I hope you and your family have a wonderful New Year!
You’re so sweet to comment, Miranda! I love those fellas. We need more humor like this in the world. Gentle and goofy, but quick and witty. Happy New Year to you as well!
I agree whole heartedly, did you see Eric and Ernie on the TV a few years ago. It was amazing television.
Well, most of my lucky-to-see episodes are on old tapes and disc sets from the collected past. Morecambe died in 1984, right? Still, their humor is absolutely timeless. Glad you tuned in!
It was written by Victoria wood and was about them as child performers till after their initial unsuccessful stint on television. The actors who played the parts were fantastic.
If I”ve done my sleuthing correctly, it’s called Eric and Ernie? And I’ve found it on YouTube. YES! (thanks for the tip. 😉 )
You’re very welcome 🙂
Happy, healthy and peaceful New Year to you and your family Shelley. Enjoyed the skit. Thanks for posting. Take care and God bless.
Right back atcha, Samina. I wish you a safe and joyous new year full of wonderful words to share with the rest of us!