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Michael Palin.

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Mine would have to be Palin or Cleese

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I would like to get a license for my pet fish Eric.

How did you know my name was Eric?


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What about Eric the orchestra leader?[:D]


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Take it away Eric the Orchestra Leader...

one, two, a one two three four. [;)]


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Terry Jones!! [:D]
He played the best pepperpot. His shrill voice still gets me ROLF! My favorite bits are the opening scene to "Life Of Brian" with the wise men ("Your all drunk"). And when his wig flys off In "live at Hollywood Bowl". I have been recently enjoying his "Midievil Lives" series on the History Channel.


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NI!! for me it would be either Cleese for the gorgeous ministry of the silly walks[:D][:D] or Idle for Roger the Shrubber designer [:D][:D]


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he also arranges and sell shrubberys not just designs them, does he not!<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by the knight who say NI</i>
<br />NI!! for me it would be either Cleese for the gorgeous ministry of the silly walks[:D][:D] or Idle for Roger the Shrubber designer [:D][:D]
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Graham Chapman is my favorite. We buried our late cat today, who joined the choir invisible, is no more & has gone to meet his maker -- and intend to name a replacement cat "Graham" in his honor once we adopt him. We also comforted ourselves with discussing the "Burying the Cat" sketch and playing "The Undertaker" sketch, two great GC's. It really does take 4 hours to bury a cat, even if he is dead.


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Well i've never buried a cat so ill believe you!


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It is impossible to choose between them,I love them all <u><b>equally</b></u>, but if I <font color="red"><u><i><b>absolutely</b></i></u></font id="red"> had to choose it would be:
1.Michael Palin (due to his excellent ex-lepper look in LoB)
2.Eric Idle
3.Graham Chapman
4.John Cleese
5.Terry Jones
6.Terry Gilliam
in that order

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I would also like to note that the only reason that Terry Gilliam is last on my list is because he dosent show up in nearly as many sketches, movies, etc as the other pythons do, but I do love his anamations [:D]

*Although the jailer from Life of Brian and Pasty from Holy Grail were priceless.


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