History Series / MontyPythonsFlyingCircus

16th Sep '16 9:22:43 PM WildeOscar
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** One episode ended with the BBC going bankrupt and having everything taped in a small household (until everyone got kicked out); the closing credits were handwritten on sheets of paper.

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** One episode ended with the BBC going bankrupt and having everything taped in a small household (until everyone got kicked out); the closing credits were handwritten on sheets of paper. One of which was an eviction notice.
16th Sep '16 9:10:58 PM WildeOscar
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** And the Monster Cat.
16th Sep '16 3:49:42 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** The Cheese Shop sketch opens with a man entering said shop; inside, a group are playing "Turkish" music and dancing. The shopkeeper initially thinks that the customer has come in to complain about the music. Nearly at the end of the sketch, the customer turns around and cries "Will you shut that bloody dancing up!" The shopkeeper turns to camera and remarks "[[Main/BreakingTheFourthWall Told you so]]."

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** The Cheese Shop sketch opens with a man entering said shop; inside, a group are playing "Turkish" music a bouzouki and dancing. The shopkeeper initially thinks that the customer has come in to complain about the music. Nearly at the end of the sketch, the customer turns around and cries "Will you shut that bloody dancing up!" The shopkeeper turns to camera and remarks "[[Main/BreakingTheFourthWall Told you so]]."
16th Sep '16 3:47:03 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: One sketch starts with a [[SceneryPorn slow pan over the sea, rushing against the seaside cliffs]], accompanied by [[AwesomeMusic Felix Mendelssohn's Hebrides Overture]], but the music suddenly starts skipping...as the camera pans a bit further to reveal a gramophone sitting on the grass.

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* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn:
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One sketch starts with a [[SceneryPorn slow pan over the sea, rushing against the seaside cliffs]], accompanied by [[AwesomeMusic Felix Mendelssohn's Hebrides Overture]], but the music suddenly starts skipping...as the camera pans a bit further to reveal a gramophone sitting on the grass. grass.
** The Cheese Shop sketch has John Cleese's character entering said shop to the sound of the sound of folk music, and actually passes one man playing a bouzouki inside the shop, while two other men are dancing to the music. Cleese's character is at first bemused by this, but eventually he pauses his conversation with the shop-owner and shouts for the assembly to "SHUT THAT BLOODY DANCING UP!"
5th Sep '16 12:30:01 PM Morgenthaler
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* DejaVu: A sketch involves a show exploring the concept of deja vu. Suddenly the sketch starts over, and by [[RuleOfThree the third time it happens]] the commentator starts to notice something is wrong.
21st Aug '16 8:28:49 PM JakesBrain
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* AcronymAndAbbreviationOverload: Gentlemen, our MP saw the PM this AM, and the PM wants more LSD from the PIB by tomorrow AM or PM at the latest. I told the PM's PPS that AM was NBG so tomorrow PM it is for the PM nem. con. [[note]]Gentlemen, our ''Member of Parliament'' saw the ''Prime Minister'' this ''morning'', and the ''Prime Minister'' wants more ''money (£sd refers to the old British monetary system)'' from the ''Projected Inventory Balance'' by tomorrow ''morning'' or ''afternoon'' at the latest. I told the ''Prime Minister's Parliamentary Private Secretary'' that ''morning'' was ''no bloody good'' so tomorrow ''afternoon'' it is for the ''Prime Minister nemine contradicente (Latin meaning we all agree)''.[[/note]]

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* AcronymAndAbbreviationOverload: Gentlemen, our MP saw the PM this AM, and the PM wants more LSD from the PIB by tomorrow AM or PM at the latest. I told the PM's PPS that AM was NBG so tomorrow PM it is for the PM nem. con. [[note]]Gentlemen, our ''Member of Parliament'' saw the ''Prime Minister'' this ''morning'', and the ''Prime Minister'' wants more ''money (£sd refers to the old British monetary system)'' from the ''Projected Inventory Balance'' by tomorrow ''morning'' or ''afternoon'' at the latest. I told the ''Prime Minister's Parliamentary Private Secretary'' that ''morning'' was ''no bloody good'' so tomorrow ''afternoon'' it is for the ''Prime Minister nemine contradicente contradicente'' (Latin meaning we all agree)''."if no one here disagrees").[[/note]]
3rd Aug '16 12:01:31 PM WildeOscar
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** Graham also noticeably does this earlier in the same sketch.

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** Graham also noticeably does this earlier in the same sketch.sketch right after saying "Burma!"
3rd Aug '16 11:58:01 AM WildeOscar
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** Graham also noticeably does this earlier in the same sketch.
31st Jul '16 12:34:45 PM nombretomado
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** The Pythons didn't think to get permission from DCComics for using Superman as part of the "Bicycle Repair Man" sketch, and worried afterward. No lawsuit was forthcoming (possibly due to Fair Use by way of parody/satire, and because the sketch did no harm to the brand).

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** The Pythons didn't think to get permission from DCComics Creator/DCComics for using Superman as part of the "Bicycle Repair Man" sketch, and worried afterward. No lawsuit was forthcoming (possibly due to Fair Use by way of parody/satire, and because the sketch did no harm to the brand).
26th Jul '16 4:12:54 PM DrNoPuma
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* ImpossibleSmileOfDoom: The "Vox Pops" segment at the end of the "Crackpot Religions" sketch ends with an animated representative of "Cartoon Religions Ltd." who speaks in sweet lies and smiles so broadly that the top of his head comes off and reveals a seething BigRedDevil inside.
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