Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry became famous through working together on the Channel 4 TV series "Saturday Night Live" (later renamed "Friday Night Live").
Hugh and Stephen later made their own TV series for BBC called "A Bit of Fry and Laurie". In the early 90's they starred in "Jeeves and Wooster".
|1||Jeeves and Wooster||881 listeners|
|2||Minnie the Moocher||799 listeners|
|4||The Blue Room||428 listeners|
|5||Because My Baby Don't Mean Maybe Now||394 listeners|
|7||If I Had a Talking Picture of You||354 listeners|
|8||Minnie the Moocher Is Alive and Well in Berkeley Square (dialogue)||342 listeners|
|9||Jeeves and Wooster Say What Ho! (dialogue)||327 listeners|
|10||Meanwhile in Berkeley Square (instrumental)||316 listeners|