TV Series | TV-PG | | Comedy
In the Tudor court of Elizabeth I, Lord Edmund Blackadder strives to win Her Majesty's favour while attempting to avoid a grisly fate should he offend her.
The borderline claustrophobic feeling set design in Blackadder II is a result, in part, of bringing the Production Design budget back to within the standard BBC limits after the extravagant first series. Its possibly there was over-compensating on ... ...
I've been in your service since I was two and a half, my lord.
Blackadder: Well that is the why I am so utterly sick of the sight of you.
At the end of episode 2 ("Head") the year of production is given as MCXIIIV A.D. (which is not a valid roman number) instead of MCMLXXXV A.D.
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