1. Well, obviously, because Stephen Fry is wearing comedy boobs.
Do I even need to give you more reasons?
2. It’s a showcase of the fine British talent.
3. Stephen Fry also had a damn fine ‘tasche.
Notice a theme here, huh?
4. It was also Hugh Laurie’s finest role.
5. Blackadder also taught us how to identify the many Baldrick-esque characters in the world.
6. And how to deal with the aforementioned fools.
7. It taught us about self-worth and self-love.
NB: These were (are?!) foreign and exotic American concepts.
8. But it also appreciated that life is hard.
9. Like REALLY hard.
10. Which brings us nicely onto: British Drinking
11. We take our drinking quite seriously.
(Chunder means vomit, sometimes you just need a tactical chunder to see the night through.)
12. Blackadder taught us to appreciate life.
13. Even if just by yourself.
14. Because you can bet Baldrick’s plan isn’t really that great.
15. So it taught us how to dream.
16. And how to be a cynic simultaneously.
Like a true Brit.
17. It also taught us history.
18. And the appropriate way to address the Queen.
19. And what to bring with us.
20. Blackadder made us cry more than any other comedy.
I can’t even.
21. WE MISS THIS.
- Trump's supporters are just as frustrated as he is about not getting things done — and they're blaming everyone but Trump.
- Thousands of people hit the streets on Saturday to participate in the People's Climate March, a protest against Trump's environmental policies.
- Turkey's government has blocked users in the country from visiting Wikipedia in yet another crackdown on free speech.
- Will Ferrell showed up to a special taping of Samantha Bee's "Not The White House Correspondents Dinner" as George W. Bush.