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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by flhrci, Oct 7, 2019 at 1:51 PM.
Wow.... 50 years....
And still funny.!!!
This is my favorite.
I feel bad that nerds no longer watch Monty Python, they're timeless.
Any Firesign Theater fans? Same sensibility...very funny stuff if you haven't cued it up.
Hemlock Stones the Great Defective? Bear Whizz Beer?
I think alcohol makes this funnier....
There are certainly a lot of Bozos on this bus...
30yo nerds still watch Monty Python, if my own kids and their friends are any indication.
Just about everything I know about aerodynamics I learned from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Was that African or European aerodynamics?
Brian: "I am not the Messiah!"
Crowd following him: "He must be the Messiah! Only the true Messiah would deny he is the Messiah!"
Raymond Luxury Yach-t
Gonna get flamed for this—I never really found Monty python that funny. More annoying really-might be the accents.
One thing I noticed about Monty Python early on (in the US) is it's much funnier in the retelling than the watching.
I really love the Holy Hand Grenade part. I can get it stuck in my head.
Run away.!! Run away.!!
The Holy Graile, Life of Brian were great. Random thought - I never found the Three Stooges funny at all.
All I got from the 3 stooges was trouble, when I poked the neighbor kid in the eyes.
Holey hand grenade and run away! Were some of my favorite parts. oh, and "I fart in your general direction"
There are only two reasons to have a bottle of Chambord in the house. Its uncanny resemblance to the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch is one of them. The greater of the two, in fact.
I can only hope that when I die, someone cares enough to deliver a eulogy as perfect as Cleese gave for Graham Chapman. I know I’ll have to live to be a hundred years old to earn that, though.