Hysterical sketch w/ Cleese as a beekeeping expert and Atkinson as a terrible television show host. Recorded live in 1981. Shh.
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http://MOCOBees.com – With some greatly appreciated help from my nephew-in-law Mike we were able to harvest and extract 108 lbs of beautiful golden raw organ…

41 Responses to John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson – Beekeeping

  • Radikal Edward says:

    SUSH!

  • NamelessPoster says:

    Objectively unfunny.

  • Harbinger Reaper says:

    What’s with Cleese’s Magnificent Beard?

  • Ivan Petronijević says:

    John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson – Beekeeping

  • Gord Birch says:

    Old, like me,
    But, not like me, Hilarious 🙂 

  • Glenn Rogers says:

    This may be the funniest sketch you’ll see in your life – KWACK!

  • Marie says:

    Ha,ha,ha! Subjectively really funny!

  • Soilwar says:

    This is the best sketch I’ve seen in my entire life! Quack!!

  • PABWECG says:

    This always makes me laugh!
    Love it.

  • Ty Stratton-Quirk says:

    Apparently, irritating John Cleese is a bad idea…guess that’s one item I
    can remove from my bucket list.

  • Juergen Aschenbrenner says:

    *John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson: Shhhhh!*

    #RowanAtkinson #JohnCleese

  • keshara de silva says:

    the funniest men on earth on one video. i came

  • Seth Schneider says:

    Two of the best British Comedians in one skit.

  • Jean Phillipe says:

    Hysterical sketch w/ Cleese as a beekeeping expert and Atkinson as a
    terrible television show host. Recorded live in 1981.

  • BayviewFinch says:

    The man on the left is like Mr. Bean’s doppleganger.

  • Marco Fadini says:

    Hilarious clip featuring John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson. Almost like
    nitroglycerin :)

  • James Karaganis says:

    The original Beekeeper sketch, written and performed by none other than
    John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson.

    Funny stuff from two of Britain’s greatest comedians.

  • Maik Busolt says:

    ssh…

  • Robert Giebel says:

    ok, last one for today. i need to go to bed

  • Ivaylo Borisov says:

    I just love the Pt! at the end after he shoots him. Classic!

  • Bram Visser says:
  • ameagher2 says:

    And that’s what happens when John is secunded into playing a straight role.
    More power to him!

  • Cliff C says:

    Thats good to have. Correct me if I’m wrong but honey is one of the very
    few foods that will never expire.

  • john balogna says:

    I have a question on the word “organic” which would indicate no chemicals
    or pesticides used . Being that bees forage anywhere from 3-5 miles from
    the hives how can you guarantee its organic.?? No one in a 3 to 5 mile
    radius from your hives ever used Round up of some other chemicals or
    pesticides on the flowers your bees may or may not have collected pollen
    and nectar from. Just wondering.

  • Michael Kilimanjaro says:

    Wow. Nice harvest. I buy 1lb of honey for around $4. And we consume 2-3 lbs
    of honey each month. Not to mention honey can be used in variety of ways. 

  • darkspd31 says:

    I would hate being your neighbor, aside from all the free honey, BEES
    EVERYWHERE

  • Cliff C says:

    2:21 thats what she said!

  • shane mckavanagh says:

    I’m just starting to get into bee keeping. This might be a dumb question
    but the cappings is where the wax is that you can use to make soap,
    candles, lotion etc. right?

  • Matthew Grooms says:

    You guys really like honey. I need to stop watching honey videos I always
    get a craving for it every time I see it!

  • heyfrau1 says:

    how much do you leave for the bees to survive on?

  • MetalMan EX says:

    Mike needs a bigger suite lmao
    

  • Scooter Lee says:

    NIce vid, though, there is no such thing as organic honey. One can not
    control what plants bees attend.

  • Bee Bishop says:

    Good vid . Would have been nice to see more info. on the extractor
    ….heat?…centrifuge? …or just a contained dripping bucket with a tap
    on the bottom .

  • Joseph Holcomb says:

    Where do you get the boxes for the bees or can you make them? I have a
    considerably large vegetable garden and bees would help our output so tell
    me what I need to do to get started

  • zelev Morgan says:

    Oh hai! Have you tried – Banco Beekeeping Buzz (search on google)? Ive
    heard some interesting things about it and my sister got great results with
    it.

  • Keith Markstrom says:

    Bet your neighbours love your massive amounts of bees next to their
    children’s trampoline..

  • red fred says:

    all those people? yapping about organic: UDSA certified organic beef is
    only required to be raised organic for 30% of it’s life and can be fed GMO,
    hormone and antibiodic lased garbage the rest of the time. also fruits and
    veggies that are organic, can be treated with “allowed” pesticides,
    herbicides and can be infiltrated with a neibors GMO pollen. the point is:
    I have been an organic gardener started in 1976, and if I wanted to sell my
    produce I could and would not because I have bought organic supplamental
    products that realy are not like bone meal. give LDSP a breake. I for one
    ame eternaly greatful that he is sharing to help reguardless of our belief
    and choice systems. three chrees LDS.

  • khansgirl1 says:

    I would love to be your neighbor, my flowers would look great.

  • ilmi goxhaj says:

    hi i was just wondering if your honey gets crystallized because mine does
    and if you know how to stop this from happening can you please tell me.
    thank you.

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  • Jaime Ivan Rodriguez says:

    Very good video and teaching, thanks for shearing this experience, wish you
    collect a 1,000 lbs soon!!!

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