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My favorite is the stoning scene from Life of Brian....

"But you *DID* say Jehova!!!"

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My brother and I used to do the whole "Eric the half-a-bee" skit together ...

"I love this hive employee,
bisected accidentally ..."

And "The Argument Clinic," too.

His accent was much better than mine.
Well, anyway, my family thought it was a riot ...



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Mercy, where to begin - does it have to be just one? I mean:

The Ministry of funny walks

Spam spam spam spam

the ladies club doing the redramatazation of battles

the dead parrot

Vicious gangs of old ladies

The Lumberjack in English and in German!!

The joke that kills people

Deja Vu

Should we start a poll about which one is the funniest??
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Don't forget.."This is an EX-parrot..He's dead!" or "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" or "It's just a flesh wound!!" from Holy Grail..or......
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Am I to blame for mentioning Monty Python. In case I wasn't clear, I hate Monty Python!!! I tried watching the Life of Brian, and lasted about 15 minutes before I switched it off. I thought it was the biggest load of drivel I had ever seen!!
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I'm not dead yet, . . . . I'm feeling better!!! I think I feel like dancing! :sinister
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"Venezuela Beaver Cheese..."

"Llamas are dangerous, so if you see one where people are swimming, you should shout out 'Cuidado! Los llamas!' (Look out, there are llamas!)"

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How not to be seen. (Remember "Mrs. H.B. Smegma"?)

One of the very first ones with Eric Idle reading a children's story full of suggestive lines.

Actually, anything with Eric Idle. He's my favorite.

The very first Flying Circus I ever saw (on PBS) had a minister visiting a family and he suddenly freaks out and starts yelling "Tits! Tits! I love tits!" I'd love to see that one again.
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I always like the catapulting cow scene in the Holy Grail.

I also like "Always Look on the Bright Side Of Life" during the crucifixtion scene.

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My dh's asked me to add that his favorite is the Oscar Wilde routine.
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Irishmommy...it takes very little to start a Python discussion on this board...

Or "we are the knights who say NEE!!"

and of course the french taunting scenes...

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"But it's just a cute little bunny...."
"Albatross!"
"But, that's not a bloody cat licence...."
:LOL
I grew up on Monty Python...my dad had a tape of their skits in the car. We would sing "I like traffic lights" , All the way to school.

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spam, spam, spam wonderful spam, sonderful spam....


Is that a Peguin on your telly???

my fav: the argument clinic


I LOVE monty python and used to sneak downstairs late at night to watch them and SNL - ahhh the "70's...


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You had to sneak?? Poor shelter child..

I remember watching the Queen Victoria races with my dad and sisters at a very young age..LOL

ahh yes the bunny..indeed a classic...

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And of course, the ever popular "nudge, nudge, wink, wink."
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And of course, the ever popular "nudge, nudge, wink, wink."
Say no more

Is it safe to bring up "Fawlty Towers"? No matter how many times I see the same episodes, I laugh so hard it hurts ...

Irishmommy, maybe that's more your speed ... know what I mean?

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yup I had to sneak...Dad was a minister and we all had to be up early on Sunday for church...and watching that "junk" was bad for me ...but I HAD to see it so I snuck downstairs after everyone was in bed....tee-hee

maybe that explains why I am the way I am today....LOL


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"We're not the Judean People's Front, we're the People's Front of Judea."
"Where's the Judean People's Front?"
"He's over there."
"Splitter!"

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pcjen..I LOVE that scene!!!
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My best friend and I performed the Argument Clinic sketch in our high school talent show.

Don't forget about the fish slapping dance, or a day in the life of a stockbroker (wow, boobs on TV!).
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Remember the one where Eric Idle is a marriage counselor and a couple comes in for counseling and he starts hitting on the wife?

Or how to defend yourself when someone is coming at you with a bannana.
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