No... It's strange having a American Accent coming out of his mouth.
Good but still a little freaky.
It's a shock seeing Bertie Wooster playing at being a doctor.
As far as i am concerned, the definitive Wooster. Also the definitive Jeeves. But not to forget that is not their only show. If you have not already seen it, go rent the movie "Peter's Friends", a sensitive black comedy with a top-rank cast all round. And of course there are the shows "A Bit of Fry and Laurie" (never really made it to USA) and "Black Adder" (which did, many times), all done together. They made a great team, I'm sorry they no longer work together (please correct me if I'm wrong).
You can order A Bit of Fry and Laurie from Amazon and it's well worth it.
Is the not-House guy the comedian in V for Vendetta?
Its so weird watching Hugh Laurie play an American.
He's like tea... and cricket, Elgar, Cromer, the South Downs, fathers hands on the steering wheel, honestly nanny, i didn't touch the scones, going faster and faster...
Vsync; yes, that's Stephen Fry, much beloved over here in Britain. He has had a long career in film and television, and is also a well-known gadget fiend.