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 Post subject: 5 favorites in order!
 Post Posted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 9:28 pm 
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Dead Parrot

Dirty Fork

Upper Class Twit of the Year

Hells Grannies

Ministry of Silly Walks


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Dirty Fork

Ministry of Silly Walks

Silly Job Interview

Self Defense

The Fairy tale scetch from the lost German Episode.... can't remember the name


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happy valley, i believe.

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in no particular order, but then I haven't seen that many....

1. North Minehead By-election (mr Hilter)
2. Confuse-a-cat
3. Dennis Moore
4. Bicycle Repair Man
5. Dead Parrot

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Dennis wrote:
happy valley, i believe.



Ha yes it was Happy Valley Thanks!


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only one sketch- the other four are yet to come
"Cheese Shop"- not my favourite but there's something special in this sketch, which makes it double funny . it is the word "sir" - pronounced in the same way as "ser" which in Polish means... cheese :P . I love to hear Michael's "no, sir" or " not today, sir". funtastic! :P

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so 'no, sir (ser)' means 'no cheese' ... which makes sense :wink:

and not to forget that John's family name was originally Cheese

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in no particular order, but then I haven't seen that many....

1. North Minehead By-election (mr Hilter)


really? I cant stand this sketch. It runs way too long and its not perticularly funny.

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and not to forget that John's family name was originally Cheese


I know ! it's a pity that he's changed such a unique name to ordinary Cleese...

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have you ever met anyone else called cleese??


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and not to forget that John's family name was originally Cheese


I know ! it's a pity that he's changed such a unique name to ordinary Cleese...


he didn't change it, his father did.


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John Cleese was born in Weston-Super-Mare in Somerset, on 27th October 1939, his father, an insurance salesman, thoughtfully changed their family name from Cheese to Cleese during WWI.

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in no particular order, but then I haven't seen that many....

1. North Minehead By-election (mr Hilter)



really? I cant stand this sketch. It runs way too long and its not perticularly funny.


I don't like a majority of the bit where they're indoors but the lines
'you silly leg before wicket english person' and 'ahahahaha ... was not head of gestapo at aaaalll.... i make joke' crack me up - the best bit is where it cuts to the street scene afterwards and they're campaigning on bikes with a megaphone and a gramaphone recording of a crowd, when theres about 3 people attanding the 'rally'! i dunno... perhaps i find it funny because i studied nazi germany in highschool with a really nutty teacher....

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