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Old 01-15-2006, 11:04 PM   #76
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[a line of prisoners files past a jailer]
Coordinator: Crucifixion?
Stan: Yes.
Coordinator: Good. Out of the door, line on the left, one cross each.
[Next prisoner]
Coordinator: Crucifixion?
Stan: Er, no, freedom actually.
Coordinator: What?
Stan: Yeah, they said I hadn't done anything and I could go and live on an island somewhere.
Coordinator: Oh I say, that's very nice. Well, off you go then.
Stan: No, I'm just pulling your leg, it's crucifixion really.
Coordinator: [laughing] Oh yes, very good. Well...
Stan: Yes I know, out of the door, one cross each, line on the left.
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Old 01-16-2006, 03:01 AM   #78
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I made a whole thread in the Lemonade Stand about the Monty Python 'Usage Of The Word Fuck' skit.
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I wish I'd been a girlie, just like my dear papaaa!



I've probably seen every Monty Python there is, and I can't get enough!



"HELLO POLLY!!!!!!!"
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my goodness! all i asked for for christmas was the Monty Python 16 Tons Box Set! every episode of the Flying Circus, it has consumed my life. check out Amazon for bargin prices on it. mine was $60.

i have a crush on John Cleese.
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I bought Mr fah the same box set for Christmas but I, sorry I mean he, hasn't had a chance to watch it yet
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I'd like to know if I'm the only one here who likes the show, but always hated the movies.
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I would have to say that the show was better because there was more of it.

Personaly I thought the first 3/4 of Life of Brian was hiarious and Holy Grail was my first real exposure to Python so I will always love it.

Now for Something Completley different was okay, mostly the best skits from the show so pretty redundant IMO.

I never really liked The Meaning of Life
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I prefer the show to most of the movies, the exception being the Holy Grail
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Caron made me watch all those movies once. Her and a couple of our friends recite lines like crazy and I don't get it. We might go see Spamalot when we go to New York.
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Mousebat, Follicle, Goosecreature, Ampersand, Spong, Wapcaplet, Looseliver,
Vendetta and Prang!
Mr. Simpson: Thank you.
Wapcaplet: Do sit down--my name's Wapcaplet, Adrian Wapcaplet...
Mr. Simpson: how'd'y'do.
Wapcaplet: Now, Mr. Simpson... Simpson, Simpson... French, is it?
S: No.
W: Aah. Now, I understand you want us to advertise your washing powder.
S: String.
W: String, washing powder, what's the difference. We can sell *anything*.
S: Good. Well I have this large quantity of string, a hundred and twenty-two
thousand *miles* of it to be exact, which I inherited, and I thought if I
advertised it...
W: Of course! A national campaign. Useful stuff, string, no trouble there.
S: Ah, but there's a snag, you see. Due to bad planning, the hundred and
twenty-two thousand miles is in three inch lengths. So it's not very
useful.
W: Well, that's our selling point!
"SIMPSON'S INDIVIDUAL STRINGETTES!"
S: What?
W: "THE NOW STRING! READY CUT, EASY TO HANDLE, SIMPSON'S INDIVIDUAL EMPEROR
STRINGETTES - JUST THE RIGHT LENGTH!"
S: For what?
W: "A MILLION HOUSEHOLD USES!"
S: Such as?
W: Uhmm...Tying up very small parcels, attatching notes to pigeons' legs, uh,
destroying household pests...
S: Destroying household pests?! How?
W: Well, if they're bigger than a mouse, you can strangle them with it, and if
they're smaller than, you flog them to death with it!
S: Well *surely*!....
W: "DESTROY NINETY-NINE PERCENT OF KNOWN HOUSEHOLD PESTS WITH PRE-SLICED,
RUSTPROOF, EASY-TO-HANDLE, LOW CALORIE SIMPSON'S INDIVIDUAL EMPEROR
STRINGETTES, FREE FROM ARTIFICIAL COLORING, AS USED IN HOSPITALS!"
S: 'Ospitals!?!?!?!!?
W: Have you ever in a Hospital where they didn't have string?
S: No, but it's only *string*!
W: ONLY STRING?! It's everything! It's...it's waterproof!
S: No it isn't!
W: All right, it's water resistant then!
S: It isn't!
W: All right, it's water absorbent! It's...Super Absorbent String!
"ABSORB WATER TODAY WITH SIMPSON'S INDIVIDUAL WATER ABSORB-A-TEX
STRINGETTES! AWAY WITH FLOODS!"
S: You just said it was waterproof!
W: "AWAY WITH THE DULL DRUDGERY OF WORKADAY TIDAL WAVES! USE SIMPSON'S
INDIVIDUAL FLOOD PREVENTERS!"
S: You're mad!
W: Shut up, shut up, shut up! Sex, sex sex, must get sex into it. Wait,
I see a television commercial-

There's this nude woman in a bath holding a bit of your string. That's
great, great, but we need a doctor, got to have a medical opinion.

There's a nude woman in a bath with a doctor--that's too sexy. Put an
archbishop there watching them, that'll take the curse off it. Now, we
need children and animals.

There's two kids admiring the string, and a dog admiring the archbishop
who's blessing the string. Uhh...international flavor's missing...make the
archbishop Greek Orthodox....



One of my favourite has to be Spot The Brain Cell "I'm offering you a poke in the eye? Alright, a punch in the throat? My very last offer Mrs Scum, a knee in the temple, and a dagger up the clitoris!"
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I love Monty Python, but haven't really seen much of Flying Circus....i must buy the set!

Oh please doozer go see Spamalot it is absolutely brilliant!!! The best stage show i've ever seen, i got a tummy ache from laughing so much!
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