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Monty Python's Flying Circus
Episode 32: Today in Parliament

By: Monty Python

 


There's no doubt about it, this expedition does have some rather unusual aspects, Jim lad. For a first, why does the senior personnel all bear the names of Hollywood film stars of the forties ... and female ones at that- shiver me timbers 'tis the black spot! And secondly- I be not afraid of thee, Blind Pew ... Why do they talk this rather strange stilted, underground jargon- belay the mainbrace, Squire Trelawney! This be my ship now! Argh! A tranquillizing dart fired by the cowardly BBC health department dogs! They've done filled me full of chlorpromazine- damn!Stavro Arrgolus 
Recorded January 21, 1972, first aired November 23, 1972. Stavro Arrgolus 

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YearTypeLabelCatalog # 
1972TVBBC(Stavro Arrgolus)
2000VideoA&E Home Video(Stavro Arrgolus)


 

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  • This episode leans more toward political satire than much of the rest of the series. Its sketches have a go at politicians & the military almost exclusively- even to the point of issuing a fake apology to acknowledge they overdid it a bit. (Stavro Arrgolus)
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    Episode 32: Today in Parliament"

     
    Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  09-15-09 06:30 AM  -  9 years ago
    Naturally, the high point of the episode occurs when John Cleese turns into...a pirate. This show suggests a reason why you don't hear people talking like pirates more often. It seems that everyone who does gets darted with chlorpromazine. Who knew?
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