What grammar will get you: or Harry Kennedy distinguishes between a noun and an adverb

Harry Kennedy (Richard Armitage) explains the grammatical basis of a pun that Alice doesn’t get. Clipped from the very end of Vicar of Dibley: The Vicar in White.

~ by Servetus on February 15, 2012.

19 Responses to “What grammar will get you: or Harry Kennedy distinguishes between a noun and an adverb”

  1. This was the ultimate end of The Vicar of Dibley. Alice finally gets the joke.

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  2. Alice appeared to get the joke. (Who knows hoe Alice’s mind works? 😀 )

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  3. That was cute. I’ve never seen it before.

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  4. Alise’s cerebral ganglia are not too tightly twisted.;) I don’t remember her name but I like this actress.

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  5. Thanks Mezz! Emma Chambers-distinctive actress.

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  6. Why couldn’t Harry Kennedy have been my English teacher?

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    • Would you be able to learn from Harry Kennedy? If any of my teachers had looked like RA I wouldn’t have learned a thing. 🙂

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