The Musical Stylings of Dr. House.

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Before Hugh Laurie became the legendary House, he got his start in comedy, including Blackadder and his own show with Stephen Fry aptly titled A Bit of Fry and Laurie.  His show with Fry was a sketch show with Laurie doing musical numbers in between.  One of the funniest songs is called "Little Girl", and yes, that is Hugh Laurie singing and playing piano. 

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Okay, I've read all 19 comments. Thanks for commenting. The way I worded the info about the vid could have been better. I wasn't implying by any means that Hugh just did comedy on the side while he went to work as an accountant or something. He started out in comedy and worked his way to doing everything he's done up until now, including House. I know he was popular before House. He will continue to be popular for what he did before he did House. I didn't mean to make any of you upset or angry or whatever. Just had to get that off my chest.

Sorry if I upset you. Can't we all just enjoy Hugh Laurie no matter his role? :D
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With this song you have to watch the pictures in the background.
This is sung in reference to young girls in the media at the time, who basically became famous for being sexy.
Most specifically about Mandy Smith, who married Bill Wymann from the Rolling Stones when she was only 18 or so.
I also think page3 girl-turned-singer Samantha Fox is up there.

So this is actually a satirical comment on what was really going on in society at the time.
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I love Fry and Laurie and Blackadder, but this is very creepy and disturbing. Doesn't anyone think that a "funny" song about a child molester is completely inappropriate and completely revolting?
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