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Hands Up Who Likes Me

  1. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: High Spirits With Shirley GhostmanIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  2. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: The Bad Education of Look Around YouIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  3. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: Nathan Barley and the Rise of the IdiotsIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  4. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: Rockin’ the Suburbs with Steve Coogan’s SaxondaleIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  5. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: Chris Morris’ Twisted JamIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  6. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: The Comfort of The Thin Blue LineIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  7. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: Chris Morris and the Subversive Comedy of Brass […]In this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  8. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: The Godmothers of Modern ComedyIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  9. Hands up, Who Likes Me?: Filling the Void With Some Good Smeg!In this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  10. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: Don’t PanicIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  11. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: Edmund Blackadder, the Greatest Sitcom Anti-Hero […]In this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  12. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: Cuz We Might Not Be the Young Ones For Very Long…In this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  13. Hands Up Who Likes Me?: Living it Up at the Hotel Fawlty TowersIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  14. Hands Up, Who Like Me?: The Holy Grail of British ComedyIn this weekly column, I’ll introduce you to the world of British comedy in the chronology of how I, an American anglophile, discovered it in […]
  15. Hands Up, Who Likes Me?: A Completely Scattershot and Hard-to-Follow Guide […]Vol. 1: And so it begins… First of all, let me say that this column will surely incur a lot of wrath and will probably trigger a lot of, “get […]