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50 greatest comedy sketches by P.J. on 4 April 2005 12:28pm
 
did any1 see it last nite-python was at 15 with ministry of funny walks and at 2 with the dead parrot sketch being knocked out of first place by lou and andy from little britian.they interviewed MP several times!
P.J:)
 
Re: 50 greatest comedy sketches by Ahren on 4 April 2005 1:00pm
 
lol NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!

I did see it but i like making a fuss! The Spanish Inquisition should have come much higher up, as should Wink, Wink, Nudge, Nudge!!

Oh well
xXx
 
Re: 50 greatest comedy sketches by P.J. on 4 April 2005 1:36pm
 
oh yeh!
no-one expects the spanish inq..ohh bugger!
funny or wat!
Favourite bit Ahren?
P.J:)
 
Re: 50 greatest comedy sketches by Ahren on 4 April 2005 1:58pm
 
Of what, the Spanish Inquisition or the 50 Greatest?!
 
Re: 50 greatest comedy sketches by P.J. on 4 April 2005 2:00pm
 
the 50 greatest.
P.J:)
 
Re: 50 greatest comedy sketches by KateC on 4 April 2005 2:10pm
 
And what was with the Lumberjack sketch?! It was number forty-something! (I only started watching 20 minutes into the programme when it was at 45) I think it should have been higher up on the list :) Ah well. It was entertaining to watch :D
 
Re: 50 greatest comedy sketches by P.J. on 4 April 2005 2:13pm
 
i dont know i watched the last 30 mins. it was gud.
P.J:)
 
Re: 50 greatest comedy sketches by Ahren on 4 April 2005 2:33pm
 
The extra footage was really funny too!
For the Dead Parrot sketch, they had clips of Mike cracking up at the Secret Policemen's Ball, I think. It was very funny anyway!
 
Re: 50 greatest comedy sketches by Dr_Tom on 4 April 2005 5:12pm
 
People forget about python too much, little britain is good but I don't think it has anything on the classics.
 
Re: 50 greatest comedy sketches by Ahren on 4 April 2005 5:26pm
 
With Lou and Andy, the joke very quickly gets old, as you know exactly what Andy is going to do. I would say that it is different with Python, but the amount ive seen them.............!!
 
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