Terry Jones, Monty Python’s Flying Circus alumni and children’s author, is the inventive genius behind 5* “…maelstrom of colour, activity, and wonder” Nicobobinus, currently playing at the LOST Theatre, London. 88 more words
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What can be better than reading the memoirs of someone you admire to get a glimpse of what happened during one of the most important eras of their life? 529 more words
First up is a Restaurant sketch with Cleese and Idle as husband and wife. Idle is good value as the complaining wife (“Ooh I don’t like this, Ooh I don’t like that. 664 more words
The Naked Ant opens with Idle and Cleese as two office workers who watch as their colleagues jump to their deaths.
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Idle: Did you see somebody go past the window?
Monty Python's Flying Circus - Series One, Episode Eleven - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Goes To The Bathroom
So far, we’ve seen a variety of linking devices used throughout the series – this one features a group of undertakers (with Terry Jones as a suitably ghoulish one – “Are you nervy, irritable, depressed, tired of life? 695 more words
There’s more playing with the conventions of television at the start of this one – the first sketch can’t begin until a plumber (Palin), who’s relaxing at home, has traveled to television centre to take part in the sketch. 567 more words