December 29, 2005 - Screencaps from A Bit of Fry and Laurie - Series 4, 1-7.
Also, video clips of 3 of Hugh's songs featured in the series - Song about Steffi Graff, a rap song with Stephen and the Sophisticated Song. I'll eventually add more clips. Click images.
December 26, 2005 - Video clip and screencaps from Hugh and Stephen Fry's appearance on TV-AM, 1992. The very first part of their first segment is missing, as there was a mad scramble to find a blank tape to pop into the VCR when the show was aired. I'm sure most of us know what that's like. ;-) The clip has been edited to show only the segments from the program that feature Hugh and Stephen. They were present for nearly 3/4 of the show, but since the clip is already nearly 21 minutes long, posting the entire broadcast would eat up far too much bandwidth to justify showing the two of them listening to a film critic review two films, us listening to the weather, and watching several commercials - fun as it is :-) Thanks again to Cathie! It's quite long - 90 MB and not streaming, so it might take some time to download. Right click and "Save target as."
I have also added a lower resolution, streaming copy. 30 MB
Also, here are a few photos I haven't posted yet. Hugh playing Cricket in 1997, the Fox party on the Santa Monica Pier this summer, and Fox's Winter Party.
December 22, 2005 - A few additions today. Article from the June 12 issue of Style (supplement in the Sunday Times) about certain men suddenly becoming sexy as they get older.
Added a video clip of a short interview with Hugh and Stephen on the set of Jeeves and Wooster - 1992. I don't know the exact date. A few screencaps:
Speaking of Jeeves and Wooster, a couple of photos:
Bits from this week's TV Guide (Dec 26)
Interview with Hugh in the Dec 15 Issue of Backstage West. The Issue has a special section devoted to the SAG awards. Hugh is considered a favorite for a nomination.
December 19, 2005 - Added another video clip of an old interview from This Morning, 1997 - from the "Cathie Collection" of goodies. There are some tracking problems from the video, but that's to be expected from older video tapes. I've done some screencaps as well, although they aren't the best quality. Thanks again to Cathie for sharing :-)
I've also added screencaps from Series 2 of A Bit of Fry and Laurie.
Two more pictures from a photo shoot in 2002
Article from the London Free Press - Laurie Revels in Success of House Building
December 16, 2005 - A big thank you to Paula and Jennifer for sending scans of the Dec. 17 issue of the Canadian TV Guide. Also, I would like to thank those fans who wrote with offers to send the magazine. Hugs to all of you! Here it is:
TV Guide Magazine featured Hugh in it's Best of 2005 Special. He lists his top 5 nastiest House-isms. Also, House makes Matt Roush's top 10 list:
Finally, I would like to express my deep sadness over the sudden death of John Spencer, a great actor who helped make The West Wing one of television's very best dramas. We'll miss you John.
December 15, 2005 - Screencaps from Deception
House (Hugh Laurie) and Stacey (Sela Ward) are forced to stay overnight together in the HOUSE episode "Failure to Communicate" airing Tuesday, Jan. 10 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
©2005 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Isabella Vosmikova/FOX
December 14, 2005 - Mary Jane wrote to say that Hugh is featured in the Dec 19 issue of The Globe. The Globe being the Globe, the interview is comprised of snippets, quotes, misquotes, and "interpretations" from various interviews, but the photos are newer and there is nothing tawdy there, so here it is! Thanks MJ :)
December 13, 2005 - Another video clip from the "Cathie Collection" of Hugh goodies...Hugh and Stephen Fry presenting a BAFTA award circa early 1990s. I will post the date as soon as I can verify. A few screencaps as well...
Thanks to the always alert Hugh fans around the 'net - especially at Devoted to Hugh and Television Without Pity, we have learned that Hugh will be featured in Playboy Magazine's 20 Questions article in the Feb issue (WARNING - link contains photos of nude women), AND he is currently on the cover, along with an article, in the latest issue of the Canadian TV Guide. Since I don't live in Canada, it will take a little while to get the mag, unless an enterprising Canadian fan would like to scan and send the article :-)
December 11, 2005 - Video clip (nearly 16 minutes in length. Hugh stayed on for the other guests, but I only included Hugh's interview as the vids eat up quite a bit of space) and screencaps from Hugh's 2000 appearance on Parkinson. He talks about Stephen Fry, his father, why he became an actor, Stuart Little, Maybe Baby and doing scenes in the buff, playing in the percussion section in the school orchestra and the screenplay of the Gun Seller and John Malkovitch. Hugh also performs his protest song. He says it has no title, but it's also known as All We've Gotta Do. A very, very big thank you to long time Hugh fan Cathie, who has provided a DVD of several of Hugh's old interviews and appearances. I will post them as I can. Some are already floating around out there on various Hugh sites.
The Golden Globe nominations will be announced Tuesday morning. Hugh has an excellent chance for a nod. If he is nominated, keep your eyes open for possible appearances on the various infotainment shows Tuesday. Entertainment Tonight, Extra, Access Hollywood etc...
December 9, 2005 - Fox has a nice little interview clip with Hugh and Cynthia Nixon discussing the next episode of House. For those of you who can't view the clip at Fox's site, (it doesn't work with all browers) I have posted a quicktime version of it. Screencaps as well.
December 3, 2005 - Screencaps from The Mistake
Old article (new to this site), but a good one from the December 1992 UK edition of GQ:
December 2, 2005 - The first of a few updates this weekend..video clip and a few screencaps from TV Close Up (featuring medical shows - this may not be new, but it's new to this site) on the TV Guide Channel, as well as a very short promo from what looks to be a wonderful behind the scenes, hour - long show about House featured on the TV Guide Channel's Infanity series. You can also view a short preview here. The first airing is Monday at 9:00/8:00 central, and will be aired several times during the week. Fire up those Tivos and VCRs!!!