Double acts we have known and loved (or possibly loathed)


In Episode 16 of BSB, we got to talking about a well-known double act, whose personal lives have been almost as colourful as their wardrobe:


So, by way of a tenuous link, we thought it would be interesting to incorporate the twinset theme into our next episode – ie. which were the greatest double acts of all time?

Some people might say these two deserve to be crowned kings of the two-person pantheon:


Others would opt for a more heavyweight duo (or more comical, depending on your point of view):


As trusted listeners to BSB, what do you think? Which funny man / straight man or good cop / bad cop pairings have achieved true greatness in the long history of a couple of people doing stuff together?

One Response to “Double acts we have known and loved (or possibly loathed)”

  1. J Says:

    No Cheney is great. Any guy that can shoot a friend, get off scott free and then have said friend actually apologise for being in the way of the gun as it went off is brilliant.

    “My family and I are deeply sorry for everything Cheney and his family have had to deal with. We hope that he will continue to come to Texas and seek the relaxation that he deserves.” Harry Whittington

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