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crosswords, not cross words by sminobe on 21 June 2004 10:36pm
 
2 consecutive crossword puzzles in a book had the clues:
"Monty Python's Life of _____"
[answer: Brian]

Star of "A Fish Called Wanda"
[answer: Palin]

Also, did anyone happen to catch the 2 appearances of Monty Python's All the Words in "Love, Actually"?
 
Re: crosswords, not cross words by Izot on 22 June 2004 5:32am
 
>>>Star of "A Fish Called Wanda"
[answer: Palin]<<<

I don't like to rob old ladies but wasn't John the star? Splitting hairs of course, but still... if you're going to write a crossword puzzle, do it properly.
 
Re: crosswords, not cross words by sminobe on 22 June 2004 5:55pm
 
There were *4* people on the poster, as I recall -- the answer could easily have been Kline or Jamie. Perhaps the clue should have read, "1 of the 4 co-stars of AFCW". Of course, crossword puzzle clues are known for their brevity...
 



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