Every time I read that story I burst out laughing. Is it just me, or is there something innately hilarious about lines like 'all the radios on Coney Island don't measure up to dat dog, you motherf***er'?
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We got Basil over here - it was called Fawlty Towers and one time they rearranged the letters on the sign to read "Farty Towels" - I love John Cleese! (and the woman who played his wife was a perfect foil for him).I really enjoyed this tale. He reminded me of Basil Fawlty. (For my American friends, google. Very funny).
Yeah. That waiter was great. But it almost ruined his career. Noone saw Andrew Sachs anymore, they only saw Manuel, the waiter from Barcelona. I only have to think of some the scenes in fawlty Towers to start laughing. For me it is the funniest TV-series aired.Hey mustangclaire, i remember that too. going back a few years. BBC saturday night. Loved the spanish waiter que que. p.s i fancied Sybil??????????????????