ok and one more from The Holy Grail:
DINGO: Oh, I am afraid our life must seem very dull and quiet
compared to yours. We are but eight score young blondes and
brunettes, all between sixteen and nineteen and a half, cut off in
this castle with no one to protect us! Oh, it is a lonely life --
bathing, dressing, undressing, knitting exciting underwear....
DINGO: Oh, wicked, bad, naughty, evil Zoot! Oh, she is a naughty
person, and she must pay the penalty -- and here in Castle
Anthrax, we have but one punishment for setting alight the
grail-shaped beacon. You must tie her down on a bed and spank her!
GIRLS: A spanking! A spanking!
DINGO: You must spank her well. And after you have spanked her,
you may deal with her as you like. And then, spank me.
VARIOUS GIRLS: And spank me. And me. And me.
DINGO: Yes, yes, you must give us all a good spanking!
GIRLS: A spanking! A spanking!
DINGO: And after the spanking, the oral sex.
GIRLS: The oral sex!
GALAHAD: Well, I guess I could stay a BIT longer.
LAUNCELOT: We were in the nick of time, you were in great peril.
GALAHAD: I don't think I was.
LAUNCELOT: Yes you were, you were in terrible peril.
GALAHAD: Look, let me go back in there and face the peril.
LAUNCELOT: No, it's too perilous, we've got to find the Holy Grail. GALAHAD: Well, let me have just a little bit of peril?
LAUNCELOT: No, it's unhealthy.
GALAHAD: Bet you're gay!
LAUNCELOT: No, I'm not.
customer. "Is this the right room for an arguement?"
Mr. Barnard. "I've told you once"
c. "No you haven't"
B. "Yes I have"
c. "No you haven't"
B. "I have"
c. "No you have not"
B. "Oh, I'm sorry is this a 5 minute argument or the full half-hour?"
Piliate "I have a vrerry grweat frwiend in Wrome called Biggus Dickus"
King of Swamp Castle: You only killed the bride's father, you know.
Sir Lancelot: Well, I didn't mean to.
King of Swamp Castle: Didn't mean to? You put your sword right through his head.
Sir Lancelot: Oh dear... is he all right?
There be Me-hi-cans in R-Kansas.... who would've thought.
best part ever of the movie was during the beginning credits:
"A møøse once bit my sister."
GUARD #1: Not to leave the room even if you come and get him.
FATHER: No, no. Until I come and get 'im.
GUARD #1: Until you come and get him, we're not to enter the
FATHER: No, no, no. You stay in the room and make sure 'e
GUARD #1: Right. Oh, if-if-if, uh, if-if-if, uh, if-if-if we...
FATHER: Yes, what is it?
GUARD #1: Oh, I remember. Uh, can he leave the room with us?
GUARD #1: Right, we'll stay here until you get back.
FATHER: And, uh, make sure he doesn't leave.
GUARD #1: What?
FATHER: Make sure 'e doesn't leave.
GUARD #1: The Prince?
FATHER: Yes, make sure 'e doesn't leave.
GUARD #1: Oh, yes, of course. I thought you meant him. Y'know,
it seemed a bit daft, me havin' to guard him when he's a guard.
FATHER: Is that clear?
GUARD #2: Hic!
GUARD #1: Oh, quite clear, no problems.
[starts to leave]
Where are you going?
GUARD #1: We're coming with you.
FATHER: No no, I want you to stay 'ere and make sure 'e doesn't
GUARD #1: Oh, I see. Right.
Had to BUMP this immediately! "And now for something completely....repackaged."
Found out, the remaining five members (bless you Graham Chapman) have put together their fave segments and MP moments, into a TV thing called:
Monty Python's Personal Best
It's on PBS starting tonight, and I'll quote from the Entertainment Weekly write-up...
All five living Pythons picked their fave sketches and compiled a set for the late Graham Chapman. His and Eric Idle's air this week; the others, next week. The Chapman hour is terrific - a showcase for the dour-faced practicing physician's knack for portraying crusty military men and squawking fishwives. The Pythons reminisce frankly about Chapman's range as well as his alcoholism. Sometimes, the selections seem odd - what's Cleese's "Ministry of Silly Walks," in which Chapman doesn't appear, doing here? (Ir's implied he co-wrote it.) Idle's edition begins unpromisingly, with a desparately jokey, recently taped intro, but we soon see him in his prime. He specialized in fast-talking hustlers and roues, and he also utters the immortal line, "It's hot enough to boil a monkey's bum." The grade average for these two entries: A- (Ken Tucker)
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