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the CPA is funny, but kinda long, you get so used to the skecthes being like, 3 minutes long that when there longer, your like. ...o.k. this is gettin old.
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khasper wrote:
how can you not like the organ donor scean?
sure it may be bloody and morbid, but we all love a little gora now and then.


believe me, it's grown on me, but it's still my least favorite part.

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find the fish scene *shudders* gives me nightmares...... Graham just reminds me of Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Philosophy scene does drag on....if I'm watching MOL at night, I usually fall out around that part.


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least favourite scenes are the crimson permanent assurance... because it just goes on for far too long - i don't mind it - i mean considering its gilliam (and i don't usually like him or anything by him), it's not bad - i like the tea lady with the teabag hat... it.. yeah - its just too long and i end up fast fwding it to get to the real film.

'GET ON WITH IT!!!'

also i don't like the live organ transplant - i like gilliam, i like cleesey, i like graham, i love eric, and of course, i adore jonesy. I don't mind the blood, i don't mind the gore
i just can't stand the screaming.
makes me hair stand on end - i've never liked screaming like that or sudden loud noises - like trains.

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I also get startled by screaming! When I was little I really panicked when a jet fighter would fly by...(my parents used to live pretty close to a military airfield).


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Definately the fish scene. It's just too art house and pretentious. I know it was probably supposed to be taking the mickey out of art-house, pretentious stuff, but it just didn't achieve that aim.

One thing I find interesting...My mother's boyfriend can't stand Little Britain, for things like the puking woman, but he really likes Mr Creosote. How does that work?

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One thing I find interesting...My mother's boyfriend can't stand Little Britain, for things like the puking woman, but he really likes Mr Creosote. How does that work?


It doesnt.
I am a huge fan of Little Britain and Python, and those two sketches aren't two of my favourites......ew. :shock:

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hm that's hard i'd have to say mr. creosote, middle age, and live organ transplants


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a tip for people who get bored by the protestant/catholic speech. count how many children come out of the house across the road, quietly singing every sperm is sacred.

thats what i did the first time i saw the film, and only appreciated the actual comedy of the sketch later x

ps. i think there are around 65 children. but it was two years ago when i counted properly. xx


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i didn't really like the grim reaper

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but i didn't eat the salmon mousse!

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"wake up! wake up limey fish!!!"

sorry i know that quote is from A Fish Called Wanda. Its just been in my head all day.

Anyway, its still related to fish.

fishy fishy fishy fish
that went wherever i did go...

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