"Arthur 'Two Sheds' Jackson" is a sketch from the first Monty Python's Flying Circus episode, "Whither Canada?". "Whither Canada?" was the first recorded Monty Python episode, and 'Two Sheds' was the fifth intact Monty Python sketch ever shown on BBC One.

It features Eric Idle as a television interviewer and Terry Jones as the "famous" classical composer Arthur 'Two Sheds' Jackson. The plot of this skit involves the interviewer, instead of inquiring about Jackson's musical career, obsessing over the origin of the nickname, 'Two Sheds'. Idle throws in such quips as, "Do you in fact have two sheds." The skit ends with the interviewer kicking 'Two Sheds' off the stage for not being cooperative.

This skit was also performed on the album, 'Monty Python's Flying Circus' under the name 'More Television Interviews/Arthur"Two Sheds" Jackson'.

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