Edmund and Lt. Barley share a nice rat stroganoff.
Blackadder searches for a spy in the hospital.
Blackadder is trapped between German and British troops.
Blackadder stages a musical variety show.
Blackadder refuses to heed a deadly message.
Gen. Haig reveals a plan to move his drinks cabinet closer to Berlin.
Blackadder must duel the Duke of Wellington.
Money woes cause Blackadder to seek a bride for the prince.
Two actors give the prince diction lessons.
The French Revolution sends Blackadder into hiding.
Dr. Samuel Johnson seeks the regent's support for his dictionary, but when it is used for firewood, Edmund must rewrite it.
Butler Blackadder defends the dense prince regent.
A German, who plans to overthrow the queen, kidnaps Edmund and Melchett.
Edmund has his aunt and uncle over for dinner; embarrassing circumstances bring trouble to the Blackadder home.
A debt-collecting bishop armed with a red-hot poker visits Edmund.
Edmund announces he will navigate the treacherous waters of the Cape of Good Hope.
Executioner Blackadder beheads someone a bit early.
Edmund falls for his new man-servant, who is really a girl in disguise; Lord Flashheart spoils the wedding.
Edmund is determined to seize the throne, so he sets up a gruesome fatal chain of events.
Witchcraft is in the air, and Edmund's mother is the only one who can save him from burning at the stake.
Edmund is betrothed to unattractive Infanta.
Edmund has trouble with his religious life due to his investiture and ex-communication.
Edmund plots to use incriminating letters to secure his position on the throne.
A medieval king's son (Rowan Atkinson) pursues the crown through an alter ego.