Liked the 'Black Books' programmes with Bill Bailey and Dylan Moran. Excellent mix of funny dialogue and the surreal. I was surprised when my 8 year old daughter (at the time) got it straight away and has developed a humour much like mine. Wife and other daughter still don't get it. DNA's a lottery.
Yep, as someone else said, you tube. Lots of L&H on there as well as the others, including Joe McDoakes, an American who did a load of short films ( Behind the * ball) that I used to watch at Saturday morning flicks.. 3 Stooges too.
The problem with shows of that type is that there is limited material.
So rather than just make one series, they plod on making two or three, and it ain't funny any more.
That was the genius of Fawlty Towers - they knew when to stop.
Years ago I was wasting time, flicking through the RS catalogue, when I looked at the section on training aids and videos - this was before DVDs. There was a management training video where the new tea boy was mistaken for a new manager.