- "Radio Shop", from the newest CD edition of 'The Monty Python Matching Tie and Handkerchief'. Not only the unnecessarily verbose prose the customer constantly spews, or his attempts to get enough argument that he indeed bought his radio at the shop, or the seller's simple not-caring-that-much for him, but most of all the ending, which has to give this sketch one of Monty Python's coolest characters, especially combined with Graham Chapman's portrayal. Part of why it is so hilarious is that it's been so put off, and so, spoiler tags!
Seller: Just who do you think you are?Customer: Ah, you just read the name at the top of that receipt.Seller: Mr...Armageddon.Mr. Armageddon: Correct! And...Seller: BOOM!Mr. Armageddon: Better luck next incarnation. Mr. Fang, let us leave!
- From the Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album, "I Bet You They Won't Play This Song On The Radio". Doubly hilarious because although it's supposedly filthy and unbroadcastable, you can play it to children.
- The Bishop on the landing sketch was especially hilarious when it was performed Live at the Hollywood Bowl due to a number of technical malfunctions and the performers (Terry Jones especially) repeatedly cracking up.
- John Cleese's eulogy for Graham Chapman. Really.
- Other recorded moments of the funeral, culminating with Always Look at the Bright Side of Life.
- John Cleese on whether Monty Python is anti-Semitic. (a fake interview from the series Monty Python's Personal Best.)
- During the final "One Down (Five To Go)", Michael Palin and John Cleese are doing the usual Dead Parrot sketch, and end up randomly segueing into a conversation about how Paul Dacre of the Daily Mail has had an arsehole transplant, only for it to reject him.
- The final words of One Down (Five to Go), somewhat masked by what comes beforehand: