I Netflix'd the two disc set of Stephen Fry In America the other day and really enjoyed them. I'd been a fan of Fry's since the late 1980's when PBS ran episodes of A Bit Of Fry And Laurie and The Black Adder. The Laurie is of course the most delightful Hugh. The two starred in the BBC series Jeeves And Wooster. I find them all highly entertaining but I grew up on a steady diet of British programming. I should get those discs out to watch sometimes soon. Back to Stephen Fry In America. It's a six episode series that aired in 2008. Stephen travels around to every state in the Union. I know people who have been to many of the 50 states and I've driven across and stopped at quite a few myself. I don't know that I know anyone who has been to all 50 states. Stephen drives a London Taxi and he stops along the way to visit with people or look at some interesting place. There's an entertaining stream of commentary about where he's going and what he's seeing. There are plenty of interviews with people, famous and not, and lots of great scenery to look at. Stephen even gets a haircut. You can watch it on YouTube. Here's the second episode, which I think is the one with the haircut. That episodes YouTube page should lead you to the rest. I enjoyed them and would watch them again sometime.