|rustedmutt - 2008-04-13 |
Ironically, my Alive Parrots were amused by this sketch and begun squawking back at John Cleese.
|fluffy - 2008-04-13 |
I can't believe this isn't a dupe.
there's a really good reason why it isn't a dupe. if you really, really think about it, maybe it will come to you.
|j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-04-13 |
Hey, if I haven't seen it, it's new to me! I really should find someone who has the whole collection and leech off them.
|Crucifried - 2008-04-13 |
Get on with it. Get ON with it.
|BHWW - 2008-04-13 |
It's bleedin' demised
|baleen - 2008-04-13 |
i have an idea. why don't I rape all of you in the ass.
That would've been the punchline if Carlos Mencia had written this sketch.
|erratic - 2008-04-13 |
I don't know why this sketch is so famous. Most python work is much better than this, IMNSHO
|SARS - 2008-04-14 |
This is a great clip, but really, it shouldn't have been submitted.
It's an archaic sketch that has haunted the public zeitgeist longer than a ghost bound to infinity. It is the definition of "re-run" and posting it was completely unnecessary.
|The McK - 2008-04-14 |
Fuck the haters. It's nice to remember when Python was genuinely funny and not just repeated by nerds ad nauseum. (Never in my lifetime, but hey).
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-04-14 |
I didn't let other people ruin this for me. I wonder what I did right?
|dementomstie - 2008-04-28 |
I think my favorite line is "I'm sorry I have a cold" right at the beginning because while the rest of the sketch is BRILLIANT that line is just out of nowhere. He calls someone the wrong sex because he has a cold? and it's just accepted, love it. love the whole thing that's just one of those tiny lines you only really notice after reading the script they do such a good job of hiding such a weird concept.
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