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[[caption-width-right:305:''[-Always look on the bright side of life!-]'']]

->''"He's not the Messiah! He's a very naughty boy!"''

'''''Monty Python's Life of Brian''''' is the third film by Creator/MontyPython, made in 1979. It follows the misadventures of Brian (played by Creator/GrahamChapman), who was born just down the street from JesusChrist. Dissatisfied with his life as a Jew in Roman territory, Brian attempts to join LaResistance (though mostly because there's a very pretty girl there) and ends up fleeing from the Romans. The film is notable for being the only Python film that makes a solid attempt at a single, cohesive plotline rather than a RandomEventsPlot or sketches.

Upon its release, this film drew a lot of controversy, mainly in the form of criticism from various religious groups and orders due to what was perceived as a disrespectful mockery of JesusChrist (which in turn was frequently based on the erroneous belief that Brian was intended to be / actually was Jesus, rather than just someone whose life paralleled him in several ways). Rather than mocking Jesus, however, the film actually treats the source material with a lot of respect. It just points out that UsefulNotes/{{Christianity}} may have missed the point on some of what Jesus taught. It is not unheard of for the movie to be regarded as an AffectionateParody by actual ministers.

A made-for-TV comedy film, ''Film/HolyFlyingCircus'', about the controversy surrounding the film was released on BBC 4 in 2011. Eric Idle later joined with ''Film/TheMeaningOfLife'' composer John Du Prez to write an {{oratorio}} based on the film, ''Not the Messiah (He's a Very Naughty Boy)''.

See also ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''.
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!!''Monty Python's Life of Brian'' provides examples of the following tropes:

* AccidentalHero: Brian
* AgeProgressionSong: "Brian, the babe they called Brian..."
* AlwaysChaoticEvil:
** The Judean People's Front, for reasons unknown.
** Also, the head of the People's Front of Judea would believe the Romans are.
* AnimatedCreditsOpening
* TheAntiNihilist: "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" expresses this view: life is horrible and meaningless, but despite this, we should try and enjoy it as long as we're here.
-->Life's a piece of shit\\
When you look at it\\
Life's a laugh and death's a joke, it's true.\\
You'll see it's all a show\\
Keep 'em laughing as you go\\
Just remember that the last laugh is on you.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking:
-->'''Pilate:''' Who is this "Wodewick" you speak of?\\
'''Man:''' He's a "wobber"!\\
'''Other man:''' And a "wapist"!!\\
'''Woman:''' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint And a pickpocket!]]
* AwayInAManger: Brian is born at the same time as Jesus, in the manger next door.
* BeenThereShapedHistory: Brian's life intersects with Jesus and he keeps getting mistaken for the Messiah.
* BeYourself: Not blindly following dogma is a theme of this film, but the Pythons were savvy enough to both recognize this could be a LostAesop in all the silliness, and that the trope itself is a built-in BrokenAesop. So they got around both by having a scene where Brian explicitly states the message, and people still screw the message up. At least, not blindly following dogma ''you made up yourself'' because a guy ''really really'' seems like the messiah to you.
* BerserkButton: Don't refer to Mr. Bignose's... Big Nose. He was surprisingly 'patient' when it's pressed so many times, until he snaps.
* BigDamnHeroes: ''Repeatedly'' subverted in the final scene, as [[spoiler:Brian's allies show up, group by group, and do nothing whatsoever to save him]].
* BirthdaySuitSurpriseParty: Brian's girlfriend Judith Iscariot - an {{Expy}} of Mary Magdalene - tries to convince the Virgin Mandy (Brian's mum) that he is special (whilst naked, as Mandy had barged in on the two of them). It doesn't work. And earlier when after awaking, Brian opens his blinds...
-->'''Brian's mum:''' He's not The Messiah! He's a very naughty boy!
* BlindObedience: {{Lampshaded}} by a crowd who eagerly parrots a speech ''against'' eagerly parroting points of view and ideas.
* BlindingBangs: One of Brian's "acolytes", in the Sermon from the Window scene.
* TheCallHasBadReception: From his followers' perspective.
* CampGay: Pontius Pilate, and his "vewwy good fwiend" Biggus Dickus.
* CanisLatinicus:
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2K8_jgiNqUc Naughtius Maximus, Biggus Dickus, Incontinentia Buttocks]]. (The combination "ck" cannot occur in Latin. It should be Biggus Diccus and Incontinentia Buttox.)
** Lampshaded in the scene where a centurion catches Brian writing "Romanes eunt domus" on a wall and upbraids him for his poor grasp of Latin and forces him to correct his mistakes.
* CannotSpitItOut: The stuttering prison guard and his {{Cloudcuckoolander}} assistant, when the Centurion tries to free Brian. PoorCommunicationKills, unfortunately... Although this later turns out to be ObfuscatingDisability.
* TheCatCameBack: Brian's followers.
* ChekhovsArmy: Subverted with [[spoiler: the Judean People's Front]] in the final scene. After [[TheDreaded many hushed references]] to them by the other Judean resistance groups, they [[TheCavalry charge into the crucifixion site at the end]], leaving the Roman soldiers fleeing in terror...[[spoiler: then promptly kill themselves ''en masse'', revealing that they're actually the JPF's "crack suicide squad"]].
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Both the aforementioned scene with people missing the message of individuality, and the scene where the centurion corrects Brian's Latin, ignoring the fact that the phrase itself is treason (and painting on a wall is vandalism, although graffiti was an accepted method of advertisement back then).
* {{Corpsing}}: In one of the most memorable scenes of the film, Pilate speaks of his friend [[BiggerIsBetterInBed Biggus Dickus]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2K8_jgiNqUc as the guards desperately (and ultimately vainly)]] attempt to keep a straight face. In reality, the extras cast as the guards were [[BlatantLies told that it was a serious scene,]] and if they so much as giggled, [[EnforcedMethodActing they would be fired]] on the spot. {{Hilarity ensues}}.
* CountryMatters: Reg would've used the word had the censors not demanded he say "klutz" instead. The page features the full uncensored quote.
* {{Cyclops}}: The aliens have one eye on a stalk.
* DeadpanSnarker: Mandy, Reg, Brian, Mr. Cheeky, Mr. Big Nose, The Old Man at the Stoning, Ben, The Ex-Leper... It's basically a WorldOfSnark.
* DeniedParody: The Monty Python team have always denied that the film was a parody of the {{Jesus}} story - instead it's just a story about a guy called Brian living around the same time who is mistaken for the Messiah. The parody is about the various trappings of the religion - things like emphasis on symbols and extreme sectarianism and interpretations of Jesus's teachings that [[DramaticallyMissingThePoint completely miss the point]], while the teachings themselves are left intact. They never said they weren't making fun of religion, they just said they weren't making fun of Jesus. And they weren't. At least, not more than a couple of times. ("Bloody do-gooder.") They rejected their initial concept of Brian as a forgotten disciple of Jesus because the laughs stopped dead whenever Jesus was around none of them felt comfortable directly making jokes about him because [[JesusWasWayCool there's nothing to really mock about the man himself]].
* DerailedForDetails: Brian's attempt to tell the Parable of the Talents.
* DeusExMachina: Parodied. A low flying UFO passed by ''just when'' Brian is about to fall to his death.
* DiabolusExMachina: The ending, from Brian's perspective.
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The crowd starts arguing about whether the sign is the shoe or the gourd mirror the ridiculousness of sectarian disputes.
* DoubleTake: The two aliens inside the spaceship do a double-take at the sight of Brian. More exactly, their ''eyestalks'' do a double-take.
* DownerEnding: A ''very'' rare comedic example: "Cheer up, Brian. You know what they say: some things in life are bad..." Pretty much subverted by being a very cheery downer ending.
-->''[[EarWorm Always look on the briiiight siiiide of life]]''
* DoWrongRight: The above-mentioned scene with the centurion making Brian change his (treasonous) graffiti to be correct Latin.
* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Pontius Pilate. It was actually considered sophisticated to have a speech impediment back then. They did their research. So it's even applying DeliberateValuesDissonance to make it funny.
* EnforcedMethodActing: When the guards hold their laughter before Pilate, in the scene where Brian is brought before him. The extras had been told not to laugh or they would be fired so Michael Palin was deliberately teasing them into trying to fight the urge to laugh (you can see their flat-out ''despair'' when trying not to).
* ExactWords: How Brian's followers interpret his instructions.
* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: [[spoiler:After Brian is crucified, just about everyone arrives to have a final word with him, never bothering to try saving him.]]
* {{Fanservice}}: The film features a naked Graham Chapman as well as a naked Sue Jones-Davies (Judith). Amusingly, although Judith is seen for a second or two in front view, there is no risk whatsoever of the viewer actually catching a glimpse of her private parts, as she is blessed with pubic hair of heroic proportions.
* {{Flanderization}}: Pontius Pilate is [[{{Camp}} High Camp]]? [[Music/JesusChristSuperstar Who knew]]?
* FlockOfWolves: The women who dress up as men to go to the stoning. Plus the fact that all the actors playing those women were in fact, men. So you have [[RecursiveCrossdressing men pretending to be women pretending to be men]].
* FullFrontalAssault: Brian and Judith.
* GenreDeconstruction: Though it portrays Jesus in a favorable light, the movie is a pretty harsh deconstruction of society's romanticized view of life in the time of Christ, and of Biblical stories in general. As it points out, the Romans weren't just cruel oppressors with ZeroPercentApprovalRating -- they did more to improve the Judean people's lives than anyone before them. Conversely, "God's chosen people" had criminal justice that could be just as brutal and unfair as the Romans', and they were never a noble LaResistance -- they spent more time getting involved in petty squabbling amongst themselves than they did resisting the Romans. And in any case, having a cult of devoted followers who expect you to solve all of their problems isn't nearly as cool as you would think. And getting betrayed by your friends and "sacrificing" yourself on the cross? It's only inspiring '''''when it's not happening to you!'''''
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The graffiti scene is an in-show example. Brian is quickly caught by a centurion, but he [[YouMakeMeSic cares more about the graffiti's bad grammar than the treasonous message it conveyed]].
* GirlsWithMoustaches: Some women unconvincingly disguise themselves as men, complete with big bushy beards, in order to attend a stoning.
* GrammarNazi: The graffiti scene.
* HopeSpot: The ending takes sadistic delight in twisting the screw further and further for Brian. [[spoiler: Once Brian's being crucified, one of the other victims notes that lots of people end up getting rescued, which is followed by everyone who might have a reason to rescue Brian showing up... and spectacularly failing to even try rescuing him.]] Still, Always Look on the Bright Side of Life...
* HypocriticalHumor: A key theme of the movie is many of the [[{{Hypocrite}} hypocrisies]] and {{Double Standard}}s present in organized religion and, in a broader context, in society at large. This being a movie by the Pythons, it becomes a rich source of humour as well.
** In one specific example, the beginning of the movie features a ceremony where a man who used the Lord's name in vain is about to be stoned to death ("All I said was 'that bit of halibut is good enough for Jehovah'!"). However, except for Brian all of the people attending the stoning are women... who, in that women are not permitted to participate in the stoning, are breaking the Jewish religious law just as much as the poor sod they're about to stone to death.
** In another part, Brian defends his Jewish pride...[[RefugeInAudacity by describing himself with every Jewish slur imaginable.]]
* IAmSpartacus: Direct ShoutOut, subverted. "I'm Brian! And so's my wife!"
* IKnowWhatWeCanDoCut: The kidnapping plan.
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: Judith, who really doesn't seem to have a problem defending a nice Jewish boy's integrity to his own mother even when she herself is stark naked and very obviously someone that the boy has recently had sex with. You do wonder what flavour of Jewish Judith herself could possibly be. (People's Front of Judea, obviously.)
* ItsASmallWorldAfterAll: The alien spacecraft lands right at the foot of the tower Brian fell off of, despite leaving the planet.
* JesusWasWayCool: The Pythons ended up deciding that Jesus was impervious to ridicule. The only joke made in his presence is about people mishearing the Sermon on the Mount, which factors into the film's lampooning of religion rather than Jesus himself.
* JewishMother: Brian's mother, Mandy, who nags him even when he's on the cross.
* JustInTime
** Subverted, when the Legionary commander arrives at the prison with orders to release Brian, it turns out they've already left.
** And again when [[spoiler:the Crack Suicide Squad]] arrives to free Brian.
* LaResistance: The several groups to free Judea from the Romans, and how they suck at it.
* LargeHam: "We're the People's Front of Judea! Judean People's Front..." Played with, making fun of a man for forming the Popular Front.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" compares death to the end of a production from the actors' perspective. It's played at the end of the film.
** Towards the end of the song, it becomes BreakingTheFourthWall, as Eric Idle engages in a peculiar monologue. Among other things, he states that "this record's available in the foyer".
* LiteralMetaphor: [[spoiler:The Suicide Squad.]]
* LogicBomb: The single man in the crowd that claims he isn't an individual.
* MaleFrontalNudity: Brian. Wonder if that scene inspired Eric Idle to write that famous song in the Python's next movie
* MessianicArchetype: Discussed.
* MisaimedFandom: [[invoked]]Pretty much the message of the entire film. People obeying someone they mistake for the Messiah and misinterpreting everything he does or says.
* MisplacedWildlife: Ocelots, jaguars, Swedes, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking the Welsh]].
* MissedTheCall: The Three Wise Men visit Brian's house first by mistake while Following a Star. They have to take their gifts back from Brian's quarrelsome mother.
* MistakenForProfound: People thinking Brian is the Messiah.
* MistakenForSpecialGuest: Brian's whole life, particularly after he decides to pretend to be a prophet in the town square.
* MisterSeahorse: Discussed. "It's every man's right to have babies if he wants them."
* MoralGuardians: The natural enemy of the Python.
* MundaneMadeAwesome: The theme song. Musically, it's an anthem fit for a Biblical epic, with bombastically triumphant horns and a ''very'' dramatic singer. [[LyricalDissonance Lyrically]], it details Brian's perfectly mundane life as he matures from a perfectly mundane baby into a perfectly mundane man.
-->''Brian''\\
''The babe they called Brian.''\\
''He grew...''\\
''Grew, grew and grew...''\\
''Grew up to be...''\\
''[[LargeHam GREW UP TO BEEEEEEEE]]...''\\
''A boy called Brian.''
* TheMusical: ''Not the Messiah (He's a Very Naughty Boy)'', a comic oratorio written by Eric Idle and John du Prez (the same team of ''{{Spamalot}}''). Besides many original compositions are Python mainstays "Always Look On The Bright Side of Life" and "The Lumberjack Song".
** In Terry Jones' documentary series ''Medieval Lives'', a knight's crest is made for him with the motto ''Messias Non Est'' (He's Not the Messiah).
* NeverSayThatAgain: Jehovah!
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: He really ''isn't'' the Messiah, as the Pythons were quick to point out whenever accused of mocking Jesus. Jesus appears briefly as a background character, saying exactly what he said in the Bible and not made the butt of a single joke. Now, as for making fun of ''Christians''...
* NoEnding: Not that you'd really expect one from a Monty Python movie.
* NoMeansYes: Denying he's the Messiah just makes the believers even more certain of Brian's divinity.
* NotIfTheyEnjoyedItRationalization
-->'''Brian:''' You mean you were..raped?!\\
'''Brian's mother:''' Well, at first, yes.
* ObfuscatingInsanity: the two guards in charge of the prisoners for crucifixion. Although technically, only one of them is pretending to be insane - the other has a [[ObfuscatingDisability phony speech impediment]]:
-->'''Centurion:''' Have they gone?
-->'''Insane Jailer:''' *beat* We've got lumps of it round the back.
-->'''Centurion:''' What?
-->'''Speech Impaired Jailer:''' Don't worry about him, he's mmm... he's mmm... *stomps* he's mad sir.
-->'''Centurion:''' Have they gone? *gestures to indicate the prisoners*
-->'''Speech Impaired Jailer:''' Oh yeah, ah nahh, nnnn, nnnn, nnn... *both jailers make peculiar measuring gestures*
-->'''Centurion:''' Oh, come on! *leaves in disgust*
-->'''Speech Impaired Jailer:''' ...nnn ....yes, sir *beat* Anyway, go on with the story.
-->'''Insane Jailer:''' *in completely normal voice* Well, I knew she never really fancied him...
* OccupiersOutOfOurCountry: They only want the cruel but effective Romans to go home.
* OhCrap: One of the guards' face ''screams'' of this when Pilate tells that Biggus Dickus "has a wife, you know". The actors playing the guards were [[EnforcedMethodActing specifically told not to laugh]], so the reaction is most likely [[EnforcedMethodActing a real one.]]
** The Roman centurion (played by John Cleese) has [[http://youtu.be/7Lc86JUAwwg?t=3m31s prepared a speech for Pilate to read]], taking into full account [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome his speech impediment]] - and then Biggus Dickus, who has a '''huge''' lisp, takes over out of the blue. The centurion actually says "Oh no!" as Dickus snatches the scroll and all but buries his face in his hands.
* OnlySaneMan:
** In as much as a Creator/MontyPython movie can be said to have a "sane" man, Brian usually fulfills this role. Of the Romans, the centurion played by John Cleese seems to be the only one with his head screwed on straight.
** In the stoning scene, the two Roman guards just watch the various hypocrisies, stupidities and chaotic scenes that go on with resigned looks on their faces.
* OpenTheDoorAndSeeAllThePeople: With MaleFrontalNudity, no less.
* PaperThinDisguise
** During a stoning, all the women in the group are wearing fake beards in order to participate. There's even a vendor right outside the stoning grounds openly selling these beards.
** When Brian returns to the People's Front. Seriously, hiding under a rug? They do it a second time when the Romans come to search the headquarters for Brian. They then joke about it when they come back a third time, "You haven't given us time to hide!"
* PopCulturalOsmosis: "Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life" has become such a popular standard that some first time viewers will laugh when the characters sing this song in the film, because they assume the Pythons are simply covering a well known song. In reality it was completely written by Python member Eric Idle.
* ThePrankster: The guy played by Eric Idle, titled as "Mr. Cheeky", is actually one, starting from igniting the whole "Big Nose" incident, and later dashed Brian's chance to be freed by claiming himself to be Brian for kicks.
-->"Bloody Romans, can't take a joke."
* PrecisionFStrike:
-->'''Brian:''' Alright, I ''am'' the Messiah!\\
'''Worshipers:''' HE IS! He is the Messiah!\\
'''Brian:''' Now...''fuck off!''\\
'''Worshiper:''' ''[{{Beat}}]'' How shall we fuck off, O Lord?
** Lampshaded by Cleese in the DVD commentary.
* PropRecycling: The film reused the sets from Franco Zeffirelli's ''Jesus of Nazareth''.
* PunnyName: Played with.
** The lead Centurion naturally assumes that the name of Brian's father, "Naughtius Maximus", is a joke name, like "Sillius Soddus" or "Biggus Dickus".
** The Judean People's Front has a suicide squad. [[spoiler:[[SuicideMission Their mission: commit suicide]].]]
* QueensLatin: British accents for everybody in ancient Judea. Since almost every character is from Monty Python, this was a natural occurance.
* RecursiveCrossdressing: The stoning, in which the Pythons were men playing women pretending to be men.
* RenegadeSplinterFaction: The Judean People's Front is plagued by these.
* RightOnQueue: "..Out of the door, line on the left, one cross each.."
* ShownTheirWork: They managed to get a lot of historical details right in the film, not surprising since a historian (Terry Jones) directed it.
** When it comes to the controversy about the film, it rapidly becomes clear that the Pythons know what they're talking about a lot more than the MoralGuardians do.
* ShoutOut: The title theme is quite similar to the one for ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}''.
* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: Pretty far on the cynical side in regards to it's portrayal of modern organized religion, MoralGuardians, and society in general. That said it's notable that the film ends with a song telling you to look on the bright side of life, even if it is a joke.
* SonOfAWhore: Brian
* [[SorryBillyButYouJustDontHaveLegs Sorry Stan, But You Just Don't Have a Womb]]: "Where's the fetus going to gestate? You gonna keep it in a ''box''!?"
* SoundtrackDissonance: ''"Always look on the bright side of life!"''
* SpaceBattle: During the spaceship scene.
* SpeechImpediment: Pilate, as stated above in ElmerFuddSyndrome. His subjects like to make fun of it by asking that he release prisoners named in such a way that would make them laugh (Roger, for instance). Biggus Dickus as well. He has Sylvester The Cat Syndrome, which causes problems when he lists the names of some of the actual prisoners (Samson the Saducee Strangler, Silas the Syrian Assassin, several seditious scribes from Caesarea...), which only makes the commoners laugh harder.
* StarfishAliens: The giant eyeball-headed ones that rescue Brian when he falls off the tower.
* [[StealthPun Stealth Joke]]: Possibly one when, Brian calls his father a "bastard" ... right after discovering that he, Brian, actually was one. Definitely a very stealthy one with the now-healed former leper asking for alms from Brian & his mother. The whole time the ex-leper is talking, he's skipping and hopping the entire time - a reference to a man healed in Literature/TheBible (although a cripple, not a leper) who after his healing "Went about walking and leaping".
* StopWorshippingMe: Brian is continually [[MistakenForSpecialGuest Mistaken for the Messiah]].
* StupidSacrifice:
** [[spoiler:The "crack suicide squad" attempts to save Brian from crucifixion.]]
** Not by Brian himself, but his followers left him to die on the cross, so he could become a martyr.
* SuicideMission: Played for laughs by [[spoiler:the "crack suicide squad". They show up at the crucifixion, their leader cries "Attack!" whereupon all of the members open a door on the chest of their armor, stab themselves and die at Brian's feet.]] "That showed 'em, huh?"
* ThreatBackfire: The centurion tries to intimidate the old man who covers for the resistance movement by bringing up crucifixion -- and gets very put out when the old man doesn't seem particularly fazed at all.
* TruthInTelevision: Roman-occupied Palestine at the time depicted really was full of small religious sects, ecstatic prophets preaching on the streets and fragmented revolutionary groups.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When the BigLippedAlligatorMoment during the flying saucer scene occurs, a man is watching Brian, standing nearby when the alien craft crashes. When Brian crawls out of the wreckage, he merely comments "[[{{Understatement}} You lucky bastard]]." Later, the Roman guards chasing him (that didn't fall off the tower) pass by the wreckage without batting an eye.
* UnwantedFalseFaith: The whole point of the film is that Brian gets mistaken for a messiah very much like Jesus, in spite of his every attempt to dissuade them.
* VerbalTic: "Oh, don't worry about him sir, he's deeeaahhhh... he's deeeaahhhh..." [[spoiler: It turns out he can speak perfectly normally, he just likes to fuck with the Romans.]]
* WeAREStrugglingTogether: The TropeNamer. This is a bit of a GeniusBonus: while any Brit could see the reference to the British Left in the late '70s (which was about to get much, much worse), the truth is that the ''actual'' Judaean rebels ''really were'' incredibly divided and often couldn't get it together enough to fight the Romans.
* WhatHaveYouDoneForMeLately: "All right, but apart from [[LongList the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health]], what have the Romans ever done for us?"
-->"...Brought peace?"\\
"Oh, peace...shut up!"
** Also a research flub as they credit the Romans with stuff they did not introduce to Judaea -- wine, for instance had been around for ages (it is mentioned in the very first book of the Bible), religious purity laws covered at least some aspects of sanitation, fresh water systems and public health, and other of the mentioned items had been introduced by previous occupiers such as the Persians (famous roadbuilders) and the Greeks.
*** Although, given how much they've ShownTheirWork, it is more likely that this was an intentional {{Flanderization}} to help prove a point to modern audiences.
* WhoopiEpiphanySpeech: Subverted repeatedly.
* WithUsOrAgainstUs: The resistance groups spend more time fighting each other than fighting the Romans. Brian even calls them out on it.
-->'''Brian:''' We should unite against our common enemy!\\
'''Others:''' The Judean People's Front?\\
'''Brian:''' No! The ''Romans''!
* YouMakeMeSic: The graffiti correction scene.
-->'''Centurion:''' "Romanes eunt domus? 'People called Romanes, they go the 'ouse?!'"

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->''[+And... Always look on the bright side of death! Just before you draw your terminal breath!+]''
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