He was up against some stiff competition, but Peter Kay has triumphed in the battle of the one-liners. Going On Holiday | Peter Kay: Live at the Top of ... - YouTube Media/News Company. He’s mad. The Mrs Merton Show, where Caroline Aherne asks Debbie McGee: ‘So, what first attracted you to millionaire Paul Daniels?’, takes second place in the poll, commissioned by UKTV Gold. ‘If it’s a girl they’re gonna name it Sigourney after an actress, and if it’s a boy they’re gonna name him Rodney after Dave,’ he says. In sixth place is Only Fools And Horses, where Trigger (Roger Lloyd-Pack) speculates on the name of Del Boy’s new baby and continues a lifelong habit of thinking that Rodney’s name is Dave. UKTVGold’s James Newton said: ‘Lines from more recent comedy series are just as fondly remembered and quoted.’, What’s your favourite comedy line? One of his classic utterances from Phoenix Nights – ‘Garlic bread – it’s the future, I’ve tasted it’ – has been named the best one-liner in TV comedy history. The observation, by wheelchair-bound nightclub owner Brian Potter, beat other memorable favourites from the likes of Only Fools and Horses, Blackadder and Fawlty Towers. John Cleese’s line ‘Oh, German. Next is The Office, where David Brent (Ricky Gervais) tells his team: ‘If you were to ask me to name three geniuses, I probably wouldn’t say Einstein, Newton…, I’d go Milligan, Cleese, Everett, Sessions…’ Fourth is Father Ted, where actor Dermot Morgan utters the line: ‘I’m not a fascist. Pages Public Figure Comedian Peter Kay Fans Videos GARLIC BREAD?! Ab-Fab’s Patsy (Joanna Lumley) saying: ‘One more facelift on this one and she’ll have a beard’ is seventh. Whereas priests … more drink?’, The survey put Rowan Atkinson’s Edmund Blackadder in fifth place, uttering: ‘He’s mad! Peter Kay's hilarious garlic bread sketch from his Blackpool show 'Live At The Top Of The Tower' in 2000. SAS WHO DARES WINS. Tell us here, Get your need-to-know latest news, feel-good stories, analysis and more, Train saved from disaster by giant whale after crashing through barrier at end of track, Con artists conjure up ‘fake genie’ to dupe doctor into buying £72,000 Aladdin’s lamp, Ghost hunter horrified that Poundland is selling ouija boards for Halloween, Man’s pet geese come with him to the pub wearing special nappies. Fascists dress up in black and tell people what to do. One of Peter Kay's iconic sketches See more of Peter Kay Fans on Facebook I’m a priest. I’m sorry, I thought there was something wrong with you’ from Fawlty Towers is eighth. He’s madder than Mad Jack McMad, the winner of this year’s Mr Madman competition.’. He was up against some stiff competition, but Peter Kay has triumphed in the battle of the one-liners.