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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
Favourite Python episode by Sue28 on 27 April 2003 12:07am
This has probably been done before, in which case you can all push me into the bog of eternal stench, but...

What's everyone's fave Python episode? Mine has got to be "Mr&Mrs Brian Norris's Ford Popular" from the 3rd series. It just seems to flow from one hilarious bit to the the next (as most do!) plus it contains my fave ever bit, the fish slapping dance (and Eric with very little on....!!)

All thoughts welcome!

Sue x
Re: Favourite Python episode by Miss-M on 27 April 2003 8:17am
Extremely difficult decision! After some careful consideration, I think my favourite Python episode would have to be "Full Frontal Nudity"!

I mean, it's got the Army Protection Racket (Luigi, Dino and the Colonel!), the Hermits, Dead Parrot and Hell's Grannies! Yay!!

Michelle :)
Re: Favourite Python episode by ilse on 27 April 2003 11:25am
no bleepin way i could ever pick a favourite!!
Re: Favourite Python episode by irishmanufan on 5 September 2004 10:29pm
no i could'nt either i like them all even ones that are not so good :0)
Re: Favourite Python episode by kiff1066 on 5 September 2004 10:50pm
My fave is the one with the spanish inquisition coz its starts off in a house in Jarrow, and that's where i live.

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