Peter Cook’s Biased Judge Sketch (In honour Of Jeremy Thorpe)

I’m sure it’s what he would have wanted…

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8 responses to “Peter Cook’s Biased Judge Sketch (In honour Of Jeremy Thorpe)

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  2. dpack

    brilliant and ambiguous in several ambiguous ways .
    the rinka gate events are open to a variety of interpretations.
    all i know for definite is the mutt was an innocent civilian.

    • Sabre

      The mutt was the only innocent party in the whole affair. As usual the innocent are the ones that suffer.

    • Sabre

      Apparently Thorpe and his QC Carman prevailed upon the press to hold off on allegations re Cyril Smith, people might have got the right impression.

  3. Alma Mater

    Jimmy Savile, Stuart Hall and Rolf
    Harris walk into an Irish bar.
    The barman says, “Oh no, not
    Yewtree again.”

  4. Sabre

    Sid, Leon and Warwick walked into a bar, the barman said “I thought you three were in the Midlands ! “.

    …… I’ll get my coat .

  5. dpack

    iirc carman’s son had some interesting things to say about his dad and his defense of thorpe

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/No-Ordinary-Man-George-Carman/dp/0340820985
    and other matters
    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/oct/14/dominic-carman-jimmy-savile-and-my-father

    from the extracts i have read i think domonic’s book might have to go on my reading list once ive got through the sampson series

    ps the use of humour as a weapon has a long and sometimes noble history