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12 pages holy crapper. Never thought the thread would go so far!!!

Sorry i never compiled all the bloopers guys... i got busy with uni stuff and didn't have much time for python.

Glad to see the thread was a success! 4500 views wow! :D


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yay, people love to watch things go wrong :twisted:

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I think I found another blooper.

In episode 13, there is a sketch in which Michael is pretending to be Atilla the Hun, talking to Terry J who is a policeman. Throughout the beggining of the sketch, terry seems to be fiddling with his false moustace a fair bit. Me thinks it was begginning to fall off. Then Terry says "excuse me one moment", takes his moustache off, places it in his hat and puts his hat back on his head, and resumes the dialouge.


What do you think? Blooper or intentional?
Me thinks it was a very clever blooper cover by Terry *applauds him*

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sounds like a clever blooper. and a very subtle one at that. *applauds*


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I checked it out. It seems like a clever improvisation to me.

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Here's another (I think). In Gumby Brain Specialist it sounds like Michael almost laughs when he says "No no no, my brain in my head!" Does anyone else hear that?[/quote]

Yeah, yeah, i noticed this too! That cracks me up! When Cleese is going to touch Michael's trousers and Michael breaks into laugh. :D


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The fact that we'll never know if it was a blooper or not, shows how clever the flying circus really was.

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in the court scene during the dirty Hungarian phrasebook sketch, John Cleese starts laughing, and not hiding it very well, when the fart noise starts.


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I'm kind of shocked no one's mentioned some of the more glaring technical errors.

1. Village Idiot- right at the end when he's in the bed with the ladies, you see John Cleese break out of character (he claps his hands and says something like "Well!")-- apparently, in the moments after the take had been wrapped up.

2. The "It's" ending segment where the old man is being hung by a meathook alongside pigs. Right after the butcher comes out with his "innards", the picture fades, but right before it fades completely, you see Palin as he comes out.


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mrspython wrote:

2. The "It's" ending segment where the old man is being hung by a meathook alongside pigs. Right after the butcher comes out with his "innards", the picture fades, but right before it fades completely, you see Palin as he comes out.


which episode is this in?

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fogchicken wrote:
mrspython wrote:

2. The "It's" ending segment where the old man is being hung by a meathook alongside pigs. Right after the butcher comes out with his "innards", the picture fades, but right before it fades completely, you see Palin as he comes out.


which episode is this in?


Argh... Can't remember :oops: ... It's the episode that opens up with this very weird opening music and shows the Old Man hanging from a meathook alongside pigs at a slaughterhouse going "It's". Someone else will know which one I mean, hopefully.

Here are some more goofs:

1. The skit with the bandaged man at the trial where Palin plays this crazy police officer who likes to hits people. When the Palin starts telling the court what happened, there's a large noise like the dummy had fallen over and the audience starts laughing.

2. The police fairy film segment where Palin uses his wand to whisk an old woman across the sidewalk. The woman reappears on the other side of the street *before* Palin redirects his wand. It's one of those glitches that has always bothered me!


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I noticed another of mike laughing during the Biggus Dickus scene, when he turns around and walks quite slowly before he says "He has a wife you know" you can see him biting his lip to hold the laughter in, but he recovers when it comes into a closer shot.

And in the "welease woger" scene yuo can see john as the centurion laughing :D

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