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To be honest, I though the film was kinda rubbish. Don't get me wrong, the stuff itself was fine, but they just didn't perform very well. The best bit was defininately the camp soldiers, although Eric's welsh accent in the defense against fuit bit comes a close second, it's so cute! Actually, he's just generally cute alround in this sketch. (somehow I think we will be hearing from fogchicken soon after I post this)

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well i wasnt actually gonna reply but now you've said that I shall have to!Yes. He is cute...indeed.

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best scene is self-defence or the scene with dirty fork.

Oh yes, I also like hell grannies :D


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Something about the Milkman scene always gives me a giggle.

And Upperclass Twit of the Year is tough to beat. I use the phrase kind of a lot, especially when introducing one of my brothers.

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The german names for the upperclass twits of the year are funny:

- Knuto Bell-Belsen-Bell-Bell (Vivian Smith-Smythe-Smith)
- Eumi Scharbutz vom Dreschplatz (Simon Zinc-Trumpet-Harris)
- Lappi Gnadwalt im Rappel (Nigel Incubator-Jones)
- Dschörwi Boxhamster (Gervaise Brook-Hamster)
- Oliver St. Holmen-Olmen-Dolmen (Oliver St. John Mollusk)

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Laurelin wrote:
The german names for the upperclass twits of the year are funny:

- Knuto Bell-Belsen-Bell-Bell (Vivian Smith-Smythe-Smith)
- Eumi Scharbutz vom Dreschplatz (Simon Zinc-Trumpet-Harris)
- Lappi Gnadwalt im Rappel (Nigel Incubator-Jones)
- Dschörwi Boxhamster (Gervaise Brook-Hamster)
- Oliver St. Holmen-Olmen-Dolmen (Oliver St. John Mollusk)

:D

yes Boxhamster :D

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boxhamster... i'll have to re-watch it with the german audio-track - just for nostalgia reasons :)

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My favourite sketch from And Now for something Completely Different is Blackmail.

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Is this worth watching? I've seen the first and second seasons, so I imagine there's nothing new, but should I see it anyway?

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Python is always worth watching! :D

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I've just ordered it from Amazon - can't wait to get it! :)


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first i thought it isn't worth it because it are the same sketches like in the series but then i thought splunge - and bought it.

btw - i realised, that there are differences:
the hungarian phrasebook:
in the series the courtscene is different from the one in the movie

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