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Desc:Wilde and Whistler trade barbs and bon mots before ganging up on George Bernard Shaw.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:Monty Python, oscar wilde, Monty Pythons Flying Circus, James McNeill Whistler, George Bernard Shaw
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Comment count is 8
cognitivedissonance - 2008-10-18
Who did a better Wilde, Dave Foley or Graham Chapman?
IrishWhiskey - 2008-10-18
Trick question. The answer is Stephen Fry.

citrusmirakel - 2008-10-18
I prefer Foley's. Chapman's was the more intellectual version and probably closer to the truth, but Dave Foley's was more a characture of a shameless mincing attention whore. And I do like Oscar Wilde's writing, but I like to think that's how he really was.

vissarion - 2008-10-18
George Bernard Shaw used to say that there were only two great playwrights in the English language: Shakespeare and himself.

He did not count himself as number two.
Lauritz Melchior - 2008-10-18
This is one of my favorite python skits.
TeflonDoc - 2008-10-18
You bastards!
Camonk - 2008-10-18
What I like about Monty Python is that you can be pretty sure you've seen all the skits, and then you can find one you've missed. Or seen so long ago you don't remember. It's all the same, and a fun little surprise for a saturday morning.
B. Weed - 2008-10-18
It's not so much that you've seen all the skits as that there is a modest number of them repeated endlessly by aspies.

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