This is one of my two split episode reviews. The other one, coming later, is because those two episodes are inseparable as they are two halves of the same coin. This episode, however, I created because NBC once re-cut Monty Pythons Flying Circus, and they would have made this episode if they had any idea of what makes Flying Circus awesome. Hint: It’s the fact that the 6 people behind it (Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin) are among the funniest minds ever brought forth onto this mortal plane.
Pictured: An average day for the group.
Monty Python was a sketch show which didn’t believe in straight punchlines. Sketches were started, then usually would either segue into another sketch before any definitive ending joke, or would end abruptly. This created a bizarre kind of humor and pacing that was risky, to say the…
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