BlackAdder the Third 3x1
Well, Mrs Miggins, at last we can return to sanity.
The hustings are over, the bunting is down,|the mad hysteria is at an end.
After the chaos of a general election,|we can return to normal.
Has there been a general election, Mr Blackadder?
- Indeed there has, Mrs Miggins.|- Well, I never heard about it.
- Of course not - you're not eligible to vote.|- Why not?
Because virtually no one is: women, peasants,
chimpanzees, lunatics, Lords...
- That's not true, Lord Nelson's got a vote.|- He's got a bost, Baldrick.
Marvellous thing, democracy. Look at Manchester:|population, sixty thousand; electoral roll, three.
Well, I may have a brain the size of a sultana,|but it hardly seems fair to me.
Of course it's not fair and a damn good thing too.|Give the like of Baldrick the vote
and we'll be back to cavorting druids,|death by stoning, and dung for dinner.
I'm having dung for dinner tonight.
- Who are they electing at these elections?|- The same old shower.
Fat Tory landowners who get made MPs|when they reach a certain weight,
raving revolutionaries who think that because they|do a day's work they have the right to get paid.
Basically, it's a right old mess.|Toffs at the top, plebs at the bottom,
and me in the middle making a fat pile of cash|out of both of them.
You'd better watch out, Mr Blackadder,|things are bound to change.
Not while Pitt the Elder's Prime Minister.
He's about as effective as a catflap|in an elephant house.
As long as his feet are warm and he gets a nice|cup of tea in the sun before his morning nap,
he doesn't bother anyone|until his potty needs emptying.
(MR SPEAKER):|Honourable members of the House of Commons,
I call upon the new Prime Minister of Great Britain|and her empires: Mr William Pitt, the Younger.
Mr Speaker, members of the House,|I shall be brief,
as I have rather unfortunately become|Prime Minister right in the middle of my exams.
I look forward to fulfilling my duty in a manner|of which Nanny would be proud.
I shall introduce legislation to|utterly destroy three enemies of the State.
The first is that evil dictator,|Napoleon Bonaparte.
The second is my old geography master,|banana-breath Scrigshanks.
But most of all, sirs, I intend to pursue|that utter slob, the Prince of Wales.
Why, this year alone,|he has spent 15,000 pounds on banqueting...
Boo! Boo! Boo!
..20,000 pounds on perfume...
..and, most astonishingly of all,|an astonishing 59,000 pounds on socks!
Therefore, my three main policy priorities are:
One, war with France;
two, tougher sentences for geography teachers;
and three,|a right royal kick up the Prince's backside!
I now put upon the leader of the Opposition|to test me on my Latin vocab.
Sir, if I may make so bold,|a major crisis has arisen in your affairs.
- Yes, I know, I've been pondering it all morning.|- You have, sir?
Yes - socks! Run out again!
Why is it that no matter how many millions of|pairs of socks I buy, I never seem to have any?
Sir, with your forgiveness,|there is another even weightier problem.
They just disappear!
You'd think someone was coming in here, stealing|the damn things and then selling them off.
Impossible, sir.|Only you and I have access to your socks.
Yes, yes, you're right.
For me, socks are like sex: tons of it about,|but I never seem to get any.
If I may return to this very urgent matter.|I read fearful news in this morning's paper.
Oh, no. Not another little cat caught up in a tree.
No, sir. There's a vote afoot in the new Parliament|to strike you from the Civil List.
Oh, yes, but what are they going to do|about my socks!
If this bill goes through,|you won't have any socks...
..or trousers, shirts, waistcoats, or pantaloons.|They're going to bankrupt you.
They can't do that - the public love me!
Only the other day, I was out in the street|and they sang, "We hail Prince George!"
"We hste Prince George."
- Was it?|- I fear so, sir. However, all is not lost.
Fortunately, the numbers in the Commons|are exactly equal.
If we can get one more MP to support us,|then you're safe.
Hurrah! Any ideas?
Well, yes, sir. There is one man|who might be the ace up our sleeve.
A rather crusty, loud-mouthed ace|named Sir Talbot Buxomly.
Never heard of him.
That's hardly surprising, sir. Sir Talbot has|the worst attendance record of any MP.
On the one occasion he did enter the House of|Commons, he passed water in the Great Hall,
and then passed out in the Speaker's Chair.
If we can get him to support us,|then we are safe.
According to 'Who's Who', his interests include|flogging servants, shooting poor people,
and the extension of slavery to anyone|who hasn't got a knighthood.
Excellent!|Sensible policies for a happier Britain!
However, if we are to get him to support us,|he will need some sort of incentive.
- Anything in mind?|- You could appoint him a High Court judge.
- Is he qualified?|- He's a violent, bigoted, mindless old fool.
Sounds a bit overqualified...|Well, get him here at once!
Certainly, sir. I will return before you can|say "antidisestablishmentarianism".
Well, I wouldn't be too sure about that!|Antidistibblincemin...
Your Highness, Sir Talbot Buxomly, MP.
Ah, Buxomly! Roaringly splendid to have you here.|How are you, sir?
Heartily well, Your Highness. I dined hugely|off a servant before coming to town.
- You eat your servants?|- No, sir, I eat offthem.
Why should I spend good money on tables|when I have men standing idle?
Why, indeed! Now, I dare say|you've heard of Mr Pitt's intentions.
- So you don't approve of his plans to abolish me.|- I do not, sir.
Damn his eyes! Damn his britches!|Damn his duck pond!
Hurrah for that!
I care not a jot that you are the son of|a certified sauerkraut-sucking loon!
It minds not me that you dress like a mad parrot
and talk like a plate of beans negotiating|their way out of a cow's digestive system.
It is no skin off my rosy nose
that there are bits of lemon peel floating down the|Thames that would make better Regents than you.
The fact is, you sre Regent,|appointed by God,
and I shall stick by you forever,|though infirmity lay me waste
and ill health|curse my every waking moment.
Well, good on you, sir.|And don't talk to me about infirmity.
Why, sir, you are the hardy stock|that is the core of Britain's greatness.
You have the physique of a demigod.|Purple of cheek, and plump of fetlock,
the shapely ankle and the well-filled trouser that|tells of a human body in perfect working order.
He's dead, sir.
- Yes, Your Highness.|- What bad luck, we were rather getting on.
- We must move at once.|- In which direction?
Sir Talbot represented the constituency of|Dunny-on-the-Wold,
and, by an extraordinary stroke of luck,|it is a rotten borough.
Really? Is it?
Well, lucky, lucky us.
Lucky, lucky, luck. Luck-luck...|Lark! Lark!
Lark! Lark! Lark! Cluck! Cluck! Cluck!|Lark! Lark! Lark!
You don't know what a rotten borough is,|do you, sir?
So what was the chicken impression in aid of?
I just didn't want to hurt your feelings.|So, what is a robber button?
Rotten borough. A rotten borough, sir, is a|constituency where the owner of the land
corruptly controls both the voters and the MP.
- Good, yes, and a robber button is?|- Could we leave that for a moment?
Dunny-on-the-Wold|is a tuppenny-ha'penny place.
Half an acre of sodden marshland|in the Suffolk Fens with an empty town hall on it.
Population: three rather mangy cows,|a dachshund named Colin,
and a small hen in its late forties.
So, no people at all, then?|Apart from Colin.
- Colin is a dog, sir.|- Yes, yes, yes.
Only one actual person lives there,|and he is the voter.
- So, what's the plan?|- We must buy Dunny-on-the-Wold at once,
and thus control the voter.|I shall need a thousand pounds.
A thousand pounds? I thought you said it|was a "tuppenny-ha'penny" place.
Yes, sir, the land will cost tuppence ha'penny, but|there are other factors to be considered:
Stamp duty, window tax,
swamp insurance, hen food, dog biscuits,|cow ointment - the expenses are endless.
- Fine, the money's in my desk.|- No, sir, it's in my wallet.
Oh, splendid! No time to lose, eh?
My thoughts precisely, sir.|The only question is who to choose as MP.
- Tricky.|- What we need is an utter unknown,
yet someone over whom we have complete power.|A man with no mind, with no ideas of his own.
One might almost say|a man with no brain.
- Any thoughts?|- Yes, Your Highness.
- You rang, My Lord?|- Meet the new MP for Dunny-on-the-Wold.
But he's an absolute arsehead!
Precisely, sir. Our slogan shall be:|"A rotten candidate for a rotten borough."
Baldrick, I want you to go back to your|kitchen sink and prepare for government.
Right. Now all we have to do is fill in this|MP application form.
- First name?|- I'm not sure.
- You must have some idea...|- Well, it might be "Sod off".
When I used to play in the gutter, I used to say|to the other snipes, "Hello, my name's Baldrick,"
and they'd say,|"Yes, we know. Sod off, Baldrick."
All right... "Mr S. Baldrick."
- Now, distinguishing features? None.|- I've got this growth in the middle of my face.
That's your nose, Baldrick.|Any history of insanity in the family?
Tell you what, I'll cross out the "in".|Any history of ssnity in the family?
- Now, then, criminal record...|- Absolutely not.
Come on, Baldrick, you're going to be an MP,|for God's sake!
I'll just put "fraud and sexual deviancy".
Now, minimum bribe level...
Hang on,|I don't want to price myself out of the market.
Baldrick, do you have any ambitions in life|apart from the acquisition of turnips?
What would you do|if I gave you a thousand pounds?
I'd get a little turnip of my own.
What would you do|if I gave you a million pounds?
That's different.|I'd get a great big turnip in the country.
(KNOCK ON DOOR)|Oh God, I'll get that. Sign here.
Your Highness, Pitt the Younger.
Why, hello there, young sabre, m'lad!|I say, here's fun.
I've a shiny sixpence here for the clever fellow|who can tell me which hand it's in.
Oh, school, school! On half hols, is it?
I bet you can't wait to get back and get that bat in|your hand, and give those balls a good walloping.
Mr Pitt is the Prime Minister, sir.
Oh, go on! Is he? What, young Snotty here?
- I'd rather have a runny nose than a runny brain.|- Eh?
Prime Minister, we do have some lovely jelly in|the pantry. I don't know if you'd be interested.
Don't patronise me,|you lower middle class yobbo!
What flavour is it?
- Blackcurrant.|- Eeeuughhh!
I say, Blackadder, are you sure this is the PM?|Seems like a bit of an oily tick to me.
We used to line up four or five of his sort, make|them bend over, and use them as a toast-rack.
It doesn't surprise me, sir. I know your sort.
Once, it was I who stood in the cold schoolroom,|a hot crumpet burning my cheeks with shame.
Since that day, I have been busy every hour|God sends, working to become Prime Minister
and fight sloth and privilege wherever I found it.
I trust you weren't too busy|to remove the crumpet.
You will regret this, gentlemen. You think|you can thwart my plans to bankrupt the Prince
by fixing the Dunny-on-the-Wold by-election,|but you will be thrashed!
I intend to put up my own brother|as a candidate against you.
And which Pitt would this be? Pitt the Toddler?
Pitt the Embryo?
Pitt the Glint in the Milkman's Eye?
Sirs, as I said to Chancellor Metternich|at the Congress of Strasbourg:
"Pooh to you with knobs on!"|We shall meet, sirs, on the hustings.
I say, Blackadder, what a ghastly squit!|He's not going to win, is he?
No, sir, because, firstly, we shall fight this|campaign on issues, not personalities.
Secondly, we shall be|the only fresh thing on the menu.
And thirdly, of course, we'll cheat.
Good evening and welcome to the|Dunny-on-the-Wold by-election.
The turnout has been very good. As a matter of|fact, the voter turned out before breakfast.
And I can bring you the|result of our exclusive Exit Poll
which produced a 100 % result for...
.."mind your own business, you nosy bastard."
(VOICE IN THE CROWD): Mr Hanna, are you going|to talk to any of the candidates?
I certainly am, and I can see Prince George,|who is leader of the Adder Party.
Prince George, described in his party news sheet|as a "great moral and spiritual leader,"
but described by almost everyone else|as a "fat, flatulent git."
- Prince George, hello.|- Good evening.
And good evening, Colin. How do you see|your prospects in this campaign?
Well, first, I'd like a word about the disgraceful|circumstances in which this election arose.
We paid for this seat, and I think it's a damn|liberty that we should have to stand for it as well.
And why is it, that no matter how many pairs of|socks you buy, you never seem to have enough?
Fighting words from the Prince Regent.
And now let's have a word from|the Adder Party candidate, Mr S. Baldrick,
who so far has not commented on|his policies in this campaign,
but with him is his election agent,|Mr E. Blackadder.
Well, we in the Adder Party are going to fight|this campaign on issues, not personalities.
- Why is that?|- Our candidate doesn't have a personality.
- He doesn't say much about the issues, either.|- No, he's got something wrong with his throat.
Perhaps he could answer one question.|What does the "S" in his name stand for?
- "Sod off".|- Fair enough, none of my business, really.
And now it's time, I think, for a result,|and tension is running very high here.
Mr Blackadder assures me that this will be|the first honest vote ever in a rotten borough.
And I think we all hope for a result|which reflects the real needs of the constituency.
And behind me I can just see the Returning|Officer moving to the front of the platform.
As the Acting Returning Officer|for Dunny-on-the-Wold...
The Acting Returning Officer,|Mr E. Blackadder, of course.
And we're all very grateful|that he stepped in at the last minute,
when the previous Returning Officer accidently|stabbed himself in the stomach while shaving.
I now announce the number of votes cast as|follows: Brigadier General Horace Bolsom...
(HANNA): Keep-Royalty-White-Rst-|Catching-And-Safe-Sewage-Residents Party...
Ivor "Jest ye not madam" Biggun...
(HANNA): Standing-At-The-Back-Dressed-|Stupidly-And-Looking-Stupid Party...
- Pitt, the Even Younger...|- (HANNA): Whig...
- No votes.|- (HANNA): Oh, there's s shock.
- Mr S. Baldrick...|-(HANNA): Adder Party...
(APPLAUSE AND CHEERING)
And there you have it: victory for the Adder Party,|a sensational swing against the Whigs.
I'll just try to get a final word with some of the|candidates as they come up from the stage.
Master William Pitt the Even Younger,|are you disappointed?
Yes! I'm horrified! I smeared my opponent,|bribed the press to be on my side,
and threatened to torture the electorate if we lost.
I fail to see|what more a decent politician could have done.
Ivor Biggun, no votes at all for the
- Are you disappointed?|- No, not really, no...
I always say,|"If you can't laugh, what can you do?"
Take up politics, perhaps.|Has your party got any policies?
Oh yes, certainly! We're for the compulsory|serving of asparagus at breakfast,
free corsets for the under-5's,|and the abolition of slavery.
Many moderate people|would respect your stand on asparagus,
but what about this extremist nonsense|about abolishing slavery?
Oh, we just put that in for a joke!|See you next year!
And now, finally, a word with the man who is at|the centre of this by-election mystery:
the voter himself.|And his name is Mr E. Bla...
Mr Blackadder, you are the only voter|in this rotten borough.
Yes, that's right.
- How long have you lived in this constituency?|- Since Wednesday morning.
I took over from the previous electorate|when he, very sadly,
accidently brutally cut his head off|while combing his hair.
One voter, 16,472 votes...
- A slight anomaly?|- Not really, Mr Hanna.
You see, Baldrick may look like a monkey who's|been put in a suit and then strategically shaved,
but he is a brilliant politician.
The number of votes I cast is simply a reflection|of how firmly I believe in his policies.
Well, that's excellent. That's all for me -|another great day for democracy in our country.
Vincent Hanna, Country Gentleman's Pig|Fertilizer Gazette, Dunny-on-the-Wold.
We are reprieved. It is a triumph|for stupidity over common sense.
- Thank you very much.|- As a reward, Baldrick, take a short holiday.
Did you enjoy it? Right.
(MR SPEAKER): Will the honourable Members|please cast their votes, 'aye' or 'nay',
for the striking of the Prince|Regent off the Civil List.
- Hello, little chappie. Are you a new bug?|- Yeah, I don't know anyone here.
I support the Prince and I don't know how to vote.
We can soon change all of that, can't we?|Come along with me.
(KNOCK ON DOOR)
Well, well, well,|if it isn't the Lord Privy Toast-Rack.
Pull up a muffin, sit yourself down.
- You don't like me, do you, Mr Blackadder?|- Well, nobody likes a loser.
- Then that's why nobody likes you.|- What?
You lost the vote.|Your monkey obligingly voted for us.
Oh God, no.
If you want something done properly,|kill Baldrick before you start.
You're beaten, Oik! And you and your disgusting|master have twenty-four hours to get out.
Twenty-four hours is a long time in politics.|Good day.
There is just one thing before I go.
I've got this sort of downy hair developing|on my chest, is that normal?
Also, I get so lonely and confused.
I've written a poem about it,|maybe you'll understand.
- "Why do nice girls hate me? Why..."|- Get out, you nauseating adolescent!
How could I have been so stupid?|Goodbye, Millionaire's Row.
Hello, Room 12 of the Budley Salterton Twilight|Rest Home for the Terminally Short of Cash!
And to think you once dreamed|you'd end up in the House of Lords.
- What?|- The House of Lords.
I'd forgotten about the House of Lords!|The Lords will never let the bill through.
Every man-jack of them will be behind the Prince.
- Right, take Baldrick off the spit.|- Hurrah...
I've got a plan so cunning you could put a|tail on it and call it a weasel.
Oi, tally-ho, Blackadder!
You look as happy as a man who thought|a cat had done its business on his pie,
but it turned out to be an extra big blackberry.
- Did our plan go well?|- Excellently, sir.
Order a thousand pairs of finest cotton socks.
Take out the drawings|for that beach hut at Brighton.
- Hurrah!|- There was, however, one slight...
Cough I think you mean.
No, sir, hiccup.
The motion about your impoverishment|has now moved on to the House of Lords.
Bravo! Well, no worry there, then.|Every man-jack of them will be behind me.
Ah, would that were so, Your Highness.|These are treacherous times.
- Are they?|- Yes.
It might be wise to appoint a new Lord,|to make sure the old Lords vote the right way.
Good thought. New Lord...
- Any idea who?|- Well, sir, one name does leap to mind.
- Does it?|- Yes, sir.
You couldn't make it leap any higher, could you?
A young man in your service, sir,|who has done sterling work
matching the political machinations|of the evil Pitt.
Ah, of course! Blackadder, oh,|how can I ever thank you enough?
It might also be worth bribing a few Lords,
just to make sure they vote|the way their consciences tell them.
- How many should we bribe?|- Oh, I think three hundred, to be sure,
at a thousand pounds each.
- Three hundred thousand pounds?|- Four hundred thousand, I think you'll find, sir.
Yes, you're right. Well, thank God|I've got you to advise me, Bladder.
Just remind me, what do I have to do|to appoint this Lord chappie?
Oh, it's very simple, sir. You put on|your robes of State, he puts on his,
then you sign the Document of Ennoblement|and dispatch him at once to the House of Lords.
- Excellent! I shall change immediately.|- And so, sir, shall I.
Voilą, Mrs Miggins. My robes of State.|A thousand pounds well spent, I think.
Oh, very nice!
Oh, it's real cat, isn't it?
This is not cat, Mrs Miggins.|This is finest, leather-trimmed ermine
with gold medallion accessories.
Oh, go on, Mr Blackadder, it's cat.
Oh, look, they've left the little collars on.
"Mr Frisky. If found, please return to Emma|Hamilton, Marine Parade, Portsmouth."
Oh, God! Ah, well, who cares about a dead cat|now that I'm a fat cat.
- You're full of yourself today, Mr B!|- Which is more than can be said for Mr Frisky.
- My Lords.|- I'm sorry, sir?
My Lords.|There is more than one Lord in the vicinity.
Will you please welcome His Grace,|The Lord Baldrick!
You made Baldrick a Lord?
Well, yes.|"One who has recently done sterling work,
matching the political machinations|of the evil Pitt." Good old Lord Baldrick.
It's alright, Blackadder,|you don't have to curtsey or anything.
- Might I let loose a short, violent exclamation?|- Certainly.
Damn! Thank you, sir.
I say, that's a bit of a strange get-up|you've got there, isn't it, Blackadder?
Yes, I'm just off to a fancy dress party.
I'm going as Lady Hamilton's pussy.
There's just one question, sir, about the|four hundred thousand to influence the Lords.
Ah, yes, I gave that to Lord Baldrick.
Sir, might I be permitted|to take Lord Baldrick downstairs
to give him some instruction|in his lordly duties?
I think that's a splendid idea.
This way, My Lord.
Give me the bloody money, Baldrick,|or you're dead!
"Give me the bloody money, Baldrick,|or you're dead, My Lord!"
Just do it, Baldrick!|Otherwise, I shall further ennoble you
by knighting you|rather clumsily with this meat cleaver.
- I haven't got it.|- What?
- I spent it.|- You spent it?
What could you|possibly spend 400,000 pounds on?
Oh, God, don't tell me.
My dream turnip.
Baldrick, how did you manage to find a turnip|that cost 400,000 pounds?
Well, I had to haggle.
This is the worst moment of my entire life.
I spent my last penny on a catskin windcheater,
and I've just broken a priceless turnip.
(KNOCK ON DOOR)
And now I'm about to be viciously slaughtered|by a naked Tunisian sock merchant.
And all I can say, Baldrick, is this:
It's the last time I dabble in politics!
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BlackAdder Christmas Carol 1988
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Bullets Over Broadway
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