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strangely enough for me, I like 'I've got two legs' - which is totally bizarre coz you all know how much i dislike gilliam.... maybe i like it coz 'e gets blown up at the end of it.....

wow - thats a dark thought.

nah its just catchy.



lol i like that too.

I like it too! I just watched Hollywood Bowl again last night, and I've got the Urban Spaceman going around in my head. Hee hee.

My least favorite sketch might be the one with Mystico and Janet putting up apartments by hypnosis, not sure.


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oh my god! don't even talk to me about the urban spaceman! i didn't sleep last night because I had the bloody thing going round and round my head!!!

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Well, as much as I love Argument Clinic, I consider Hitting on the head lessons my least favourite.


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My least favorite sketch might be the one with Mystico and Janet putting up apartments by hypnosis, not sure.
As for Mystico and Janet, I agree with electric penguin that it's not very funny -not in the beginning, but it gets much better when comes to the idea of people having to believe in their houses otherwise they collapse :)

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I just watched the "cannibalism" sketch on 'youtube' (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGRUPycm ... annibalism) . I hád heard about the audience's reaction to the 'eating your dead mum'-concept (which I believe to be from the slightly distorted mind of Graham Chapman), but I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw the audience in this clip actually JUMP on the poor actors with disgust... after they were done (and, for that matter, their reactions during the act weren't quite polite either...). Would this 'rage' have been genuine? 'cause come on, not as if they were 'serious' or anything...


Eitherway, I thought it was hilarious (watch Gray's sublime facial expressions!) :wink:

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I just watched the "cannibalism" sketch on 'youtube' (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGRUPycm ... annibalism) . I hád heard about the audience's reaction to the 'eating your dead mum'-concept (which I believe to be from the slightly distorted mind of Graham Chapman), but I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw the audience in this clip actually JUMP on the poor actors with disgust... after they were done (and, for that matter, their reactions during the act weren't quite polite either...). Would this 'rage' have been genuine? 'cause come on, not as if they were 'serious' or anything...


Eitherway, I thought it was hilarious (watch Gray's sublime facial expressions!) :wink:


It was staged.
If you look carefully you can see someone waving at the camera when the others run out..

apparently the BBC censors didnt cancel the sketch altogether, but would only let the pythons use it if the audience stormed them at the end to make it clear that the BBC didnt approve of that sort of thing.

and yes, that last line was created by Graham.

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Wow. Well, I actually happen to absolutely loathe the Flying Sheep sketch (the first sketch they ever did, with Gray + Terry). I dunno why, probably cuz I've seen it too many times :P


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Wow. Well, I actually happen to absolutely loathe the Flying Sheep sketch (the first sketch they ever did, with Gray + Terry). I dunno why, probably cuz I've seen it too many times :P

I love that sketch!! I've seen it hundreds of times too, but I can't help laughing when Graham says "One thing is for sure; a sheep is not a creature of the air" :lol: :lol:

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Wow. Well, I actually happen to absolutely loathe the Flying Sheep sketch (the first sketch they ever did, with Gray + Terry). I dunno why, probably cuz I've seen it too many times :P

I love that sketch!! I've seen it hundreds of times too, but I can't help laughing when Graham says "One thing is for sure; a sheep is not a creature of the air" :lol: :lol:


LOL, I love it when Graham talks in that sketch. his voice....sounds fantastic to me! hehe

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Wow. Well, I actually happen to absolutely loathe the Flying Sheep sketch (the first sketch they ever did, with Gray + Terry). I dunno why, probably cuz I've seen it too many times :P

I love that sketch!! I've seen it hundreds of times too, but I can't help laughing when Graham says "One thing is for sure; a sheep is not a creature of the air" :lol: :lol:


LOL, I love it when Graham talks in that sketch. his voice....sounds fantastic to me! hehe

Yeayyy, completely agree!! And he's all the time looking seriously at the sheeps, like if he was studying them and their movements really carefully :lol: :lol:

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for me it's the sci-fi sketch...

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for me it's the sci-fi sketch...


for me too... but I also don't really like teddy salad

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neither do I, I couldn't laugh at it

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