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List of all 45 episodes from Monty Python's Flying Circus:

Series 1 (Oct. 1969 - Jan. 1970)Edit

1. Whither Canada?Edit

(episode 1; aired October 5, 1969; recorded September 7, 1969)

  • It's Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Italian Lesson
  • Whizzo Butter
  • "It's the Arts"
  • Arthur 'Two Sheds' Jackson
  • Picasso/Cycling Race
  • The Funniest Joke in the World

Trivia

  • The word "Whizzo" would be used throughout the series as the title of various companies and products, such as Whizzo's Finest Chocolates produced by the Whizzo Chocolate Company, for the Crunchy Frog sketch of episode six.

2. Sex and ViolenceEdit

(episode 2; aired October 12, 1969; recorded August 30, 1969)

  • Flying Sheep
  • French Lecture on Sheep-Aircraft
  • A Man with Three Buttocks
  • A Man With Two Noses
  • Musical Mice
  • Marriage Guidance Counsellor
  • The Wacky Queen
  • Working-class playwright
  • The Wrestling Epilogue
  • The Mouse Problem

Trivia

  • The "Mouse Problem" sketch originally ended with an announcement that if any viewers suffered from the same problem they could dial a phone number that appeared on the screen. The number turned out to be David Frost's number, and after he complained the segment was wiped.

3. How to Recognise Different Types of Trees From Quite a Long Way AwayEdit

(episode 3; aired October 19, 1969; recorded September 14, 1969)

Trivia

  • This episode had the longest title.

4. Owl Stretching TimeEdit

(episode 4; aired October 26, 1969; recorded September 21, 1969)

  • Song: "Jerusalem (And did those feet)"
  • Art Gallery
  • Art Critic
  • It's a Man's Life in the Modern Army
  • Undressing in Public
  • Self Defence Against Fresh Fruit
  • Secret Service Dentists

Trivia

  • The 16-Ton Weight makes its first appearance on Self-Defence Against Fresh Fruit.
  • The name Owl Stretching Time was a proposed name for the series itself.
  • Although the entire series was made in colour, the first four episodes were originally broadcast in black-and-white, as BBC One did not broadcast in colour until 15 November 1969.

5. Man's Crisis of Identity in the Latter Half of the 20th CenturyEdit

(episode 5; aired November 16, 1969; recorded October 3, 1969)

  • Confuse-a-Cat
  • The Smuggler
  • A Duck, a Cat and a Lizard (discussion)
  • Vox Pops on Smuggling
  • Police Raid
  • Letters and Vox Pops
  • Newsreader Arrested
  • Erotic film
  • Silly Job Interview - first appeared on How to Irritate People.
  • Careers Advisory Board
  • Burglar/Encyclopaedia Salesman

6. It's the Arts (or: The BBC Entry to the Zinc Stoat of Budapest)Edit

(episode 6; aired November 23, 1969; recorded November 5, 1969)

  • It's the Arts
  • Johann Gambolputty
  • Non-Illegal Robbery
  • Vox Pops
  • Crunchy Frog
  • The Dull Life of a City Stockbroker
  • Red Indian in Theatre
  • Policemen Make Wonderful Friends
  • A Scotsman on a Horse
  • Twentieth-Century Vole

7. You're No Fun AnymoreEdit

(episode 7; aired November 30, 1969; recorded October 10, 1969)

  • Camel Spotting
  • You're No Fun Any More
  • The Audit
  • Science Fiction Sketch
  • Man Turns Into Scotsman
  • Police station
  • Blancmanges Playing Tennis

8. Full Frontal NudityEdit

(episode 8; aired December 7, 1969; recorded November 25, 1969)

  • Army Protection Racket
  • Vox Pops on Full Frontal Nudity
  • Art Critic - The Place of the Nude
  • Buying a Bed
  • Hermits
  • Dead Parrot
  • The Flasher
  • Hell's Grannies

Trivia

  • The Hell's Grannies sketch utilises the theme song from the James Bond film Thunderball.

9. The Ant, an IntroductionEdit

(episode 9; aired December 14, 1969; recorded December 7, 1969)

  • Llamas
  • A Man with a Tape Recorder Up His Nose
  • Kilimanjaro Expedition (Double Vision)
  • A Man with a Tape Recorder Up His Brother's Nose
  • Homicidal Barber
  • The Lumberjack Song
  • Gumby Crooner
  • The Refreshment Room at Bletchley
  • Ken Buddha and His Inflatable Knees
  • Brian Islam and Brucie
  • Hunting Film
  • The Visitors

10. (or: Untitled) Edit

(episode 10; aired December 21, 1969; recorded November 30, 1969)

  • Walk-on part in sketch
  • Bank robber in a lingerie shop
  • Trailer
  • It's a Tree
  • Vocational Guidance Counsellor
  • Ron Obvious: The First Man to Jump the Channel
  • Tunnelling from Godalming to Java
  • Pet Conversions
  • Gorilla Librarian
  • Letters to "Daily Mirror"
  • Strangers in the night

Trivia

  • This episode does not have a title

11. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Goes to the BathroomEdit

(episode 11; aired December 28, 1969; recorded December 14, 1969)

  • Lavatorial Humour
  • Interruptions
  • Agatha Christie (Inspector Tiger)
  • Literary Football Discussion
  • Interesting People
  • Undertakers Film
  • Eighteenth-Century Social Legislation
  • The Battle of Trafalgar
  • Batley Townswomans Guild Presents the Battle of Pearl Harbour
  • Undertakers Film

12. The Naked AntEdit

(episode 12; aired January 4, 1970; recorded December 21, 1969)

  • Falling From Building
  • Spectrum - Talking About Things
  • Visitors From Coventry
  • Mr. Hilter and the Minehead by-election
  • Silly Voices at the Police station
  • Upper Class Twit of the Year
  • Ken Shabby
  • How Far Can a Minister Fall?

13. It's the Arts (or: Intermission)Edit

(episode 13; aired January 11, 1970; recorded January 4, 1970)

  • Restaurant Abuse/Cannibalism
  • Advertisements
  • Albatross
  • Come Back to My Place
  • Me Doctor
  • Historical Impersonations
  • Quiz Programme: "Wishes"
  • Probe-around on crime
  • Stonehenge and Mr. Attila the Hun
  • Psychiatry
  • Operating theatre

Series 2 (Sep. 1970 - Dec. 1970)Edit

1. Face the PressEdit

(episode 14; aired September 15, 1970; recorded July 9, 1970)

  • Face the Press
  • New Cooker Sketch
  • Tobacconists (Prostitute Advert)
  • The Ministry of Silly Walks
  • Piranha Brothers

2. The Spanish InquisitionEdit

(episode 15; aired September 22, 1970; recorded July 2, 1970)

  • Man-Powered Flight
  • The Spanish Inquisition
  • Jokes and Novelties Salesman
  • Tax on Thingy
  • Vox Pops
  • Photos of Uncle Ted
  • The Semaphore Version of "Wuthering Heights"
  • Julius Caesar on an Aldis lamp
  • "Gunfight at the OK Corral" in Morse Code
  • Smokesignal Version of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"
  • Court Charades

Trivia

  • The Spanish Inquisition (Palin, Jones, and Gilliam) appeared 7 times throughout this episode.

3. Déjà VuEdit

(episode 16; aired September 29, 1970; recorded July 16, 1970)

  • Landing Striptrease
  • A Bishop Rehearsing
  • Flying Lessons
  • Hijacked Plane
  • The Poet McTeagle
  • Psychiatrist Milkman
  • Complaints
  • Déjà Vu

4. The Buzz Aldrin ShowEdit

(episode 17; aired October 20, 1970; recorded September 18, 1970)

  • Architect sketch
  • How to give up being a Mason
  • Motor insurance sketch
  • The Bishop
  • Living room on pavement
  • Poets
  • A choice of viewing
  • Chemist sketch
  • Words not to be used again
  • After-shave
  • Vox Pops
  • Police Constable Pan-Am

5. Live from the Grill-O-MatEdit

(episode 18; aired October 27, 1970; recorded September 10, 1970)

  • Live from the Grill-o-Mat
  • Blackmail
  • Society for Putting Things on Top of Other Things
  • Escape from Film
  • Current Affairs
  • Accidents Sketch
  • Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
  • The Butcher Who is Alternately Rude and Polite
  • Ken Clean-Air System

6. It's A Living (or: School Prizes)Edit

(episode 19; aired November 3, 1970; recorded September 10, 1970)

  • "It's a Living"
  • The Time on BBC 1
  • School prize-giving
  • "If" - a film by Mr Dibley
  • "Rear Window" - a film by Mr Dibley
  • "Finian's Rainbow" (starring the man from the off-licence)
  • The Foreign Secretary and Other News
  • Free Dung from the "Book of the Month" Club
  • Dead Indian
  • Timmy Williams interview
  • Raymond Luxury Yacht (Throatwobbler Mangrove interview)
  • Marriage Registry office
  • Election Night Special

7. The Attila the Hun ShowEdit

(episode 20; aired November 10, 1970; recorded October 2, 1970)

  • "The Attila the Hun Show"
  • Attila the Nun
  • Secretary of State Striptease
  • Vox pops on political groupies
  • Ratcatcher
  • Wainscotting
  • Killer sheep
  • The News for Parrots
  • The News for Gibbons
  • Today in Parliament
  • The News for Wombats
  • Attila the Bun
  • The Idiot in the Rural Society
  • Test Match Against Iceland
  • The Epsom furniture race
  • "Spot The Braincell"

8. Archaeology TodayEdit

(episode 21; aired November 17, 1970; recorded October 9, 1970)

  • Trailer
  • "Archeology Today"
  • Silly Vicar and Leapy Lee
  • Registrar (wife swap)
  • Silly doctor sketch (immediately abandoned)
  • Mr. and Mrs. Git
  • Roy and Hank Spim - Mosquito hunters
  • Poofy judges
  • Mrs. Thing and Mrs. Entity
  • Beethoven's mynah bird
  • Shakespeare
  • Michaelangelo
  • Colin "Chopper" Mozart (ratcatcher)
  • Judges

9. How to Recognise Different Parts of the BodyEdit

(episode 22; aired November 24, 1970; recorded September 25, 1970)

  • "How to Recognise Different Parts of the Body"
  • Bruces sketch
  • Naughty bits
  • The man who contradicts people
  • Cosmetic surgery
  • Camp square-bashing
  • Killer cars
  • Cut-price airline
  • Batley Townswomen's Guild presents the first heart transplant
  • The first underwater production of "Measure for Measure"
  • The death of Mary Queen of Scots
  • Exploding penguin on the TV set
  • There's Been a Murder
  • Police entry for Eurovision Song Contest
  • "Bing Tiddle Tiddle Bang" (song)

10. Scott of the AntarcticEdit

(episode 23; aired December 1, 1970; recorded July 2, 1970)

  • French Subtitled Film
  • Scott of the Antarctic
  • Scott of the Sahara
  • Conrad Poohs and His Dancing Teeth
  • Fish Licence
  • Derby Council v. All Blacks rugby match
  • Long John Silver Impersonators v. Bournemouth Gynaecologists

11. How Not to Be SeenEdit

(episode 24; aired December 8, 1970; recorded July 23, 1970)

  • Conquistador Coffee Campaign
  • Repeating Groove
  • Ramsey MacDonald striptease
  • Job Hunter
  • International Chinese Communist Conspiracy
  • Crelm Toothpaste / Shrill Petrol
  • Agatha Christie Sketch (railway timetables)
  • Mr Neville Shunte-Railroad Playwright
  • Gavin Millarrrrr Writes
  • Film Director/Dentist Martin Curry (teeth)
  • City Gents Vox Pops
  • Crackpot Religions Ltd
  • How Not to Be Seen
  • Crossing the Atlantic on a Tricycle
  • Interview in Filing Cabinet
  • "Yummy Yummy Yummy, I've Got Love In My Tummy"/Music Time
  • Monty Python's Flying Circus Again in Thirty Seconds

Trivia

  • Originally there was about another 30 seconds of cartoon at the end of the "Crackpot Religions Ltd" piece which led into the start of "How Not To Be Seen". It featured Christ being crucified on a telephone pole and a Yiddish Satan. It was removed and is now offcially "lost" although it can be found on Youtube. Also a reference to cancer in the "Conquistador Coffee Campaign" sketch was also removed.
  • This episode featured many famous characters from different episodes including The Nudge Man (Nudge Nudge),Cardinal Ximenez (The Spanish Inquisition), Ken Shabby, etc. Terry Gilliam also reprised his role as the nude organist (Blackmail); although more notably played by Terry Jones.

12. SpamEdit

(Episode 25; aired December 15, 1970; recorded June 25, 1970)

13. Royal Episode 13Edit

(episode 26; aired December 22, 1970; recorded October 16, 1970)

  • The Queen Will be Watching
  • Coal Mine in Llandarogh Carmarthen
  • The Man Who Says Things in a Very Roundabout Way
  • The Man Who Speaks Only the Ends of Words
  • The Man Who Speaks Only the Beginnings of Words
  • The Man Who Speaks Only the Middles of Words
  • Commercials
  • How to Feed a Goldfish
  • The Man Who Collects Birdwatcher's Eggs
  • Insurance Sketch
  • Hospital Run by RSM
  • Mountaineer
  • Exploding Version of "The Blue Danube"
  • Girls Boarding School
  • Submarine
  • A Man with a Stoat Through His Head
  • Lifeboat (cannibalism)
  • Undertaker's sketch

Series 3 (Oct. 1972 - Jan. 1973)Edit

1. Whicker's World (or: Njorl's Saga)Edit

(episode 27; aired October 19, 1972; recorded January 14, 1972)

  • Multiple Murderer Court Scene
  • Njorl's Icelandic Saga
  • Eric Njorl Court Scene
  • Stock Exchange Report
  • Mrs. Premise and Mrs. Conclusion Visit Sartre
  • Whicker's World

2. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Norris' Ford PopularEdit

(episode 28; aired October 26, 1972; recorded January 28, 1972)

  • Emigration from Surbiton to Hounslow
  • Schoolboys' Life Assurance Company
  • How to Do It
  • Mrs. Niggerbaiter Explodes
  • Vicar/Salesman
  • Farming Club
  • "Life of Tschaikowsky"
  • Trim-Jeans Theatre
  • The Fish-Slapping Dance
  • World War Two
  • Titanic sinking
  • The BBC is Short of Money
  • SS Mother Goose
  • It's Man Show

Trivia

  • Ringo Starr and Lulu appear as themselves in the "It's" man talk show skit at the end of the episode.

3. The Money ProgrammeEdit

(episode 29; aired November 2, 1972; recorded December 4, 1971)

  • The Money Programme
  • "There is nothing quite so wonderful as money" (song)
  • Erizabeth L
  • Fraud Film Director's Squad
  • Dead Bishop, AKA Church Police or Salvation Fuzz
  • Jungle Restaurant
  • Apology for Violence and Nudity
  • Ken Russell's "Gardening Club"
  • The Lost World of Roiurama
  • Six More Minutes of Monty Python's Flying Circus
  • The Argument Skit
  • Hitting on the Head Lessons
  • Inspector Flying Fox of the Yard
  • One More Minute of Monty Python's Flying Circus

4. Blood, Devastation, Death, War and HorrorEdit

(episode 30; aired November 9, 1972; recorded December 11, 1971)

  • Blood, Devastation, Death, War and Horror
  • The Man Who Speaks in Anagrams
  • Anagram Quiz
  • Merchant Banker
  • Pantomime Horses
  • Life and Death Struggles
  • Househunters
  • Mary Recruitment Office
  • Bus Conductor Sketch
  • The Man Who Makes People Laugh Uncontrollably
  • Army Captain as Clown
  • Gestures to Indicate Pauses in a Televised Talk
  • Neurotic Announcers
  • The news with Richard Baker (vision only)
  • The Pantomime Horse is a Secret Agent

5. The All-England Summarize Proust CompetitionEdit

(episode 31; aired November 16, 1972; recorded April 24, 1972

  • Summarize Proust Competition
  • Hairdressers Climb Up Mount Everest
  • A Magnificent Festering
  • Fire Brigade
  • Our Eamonn
  • "Party Hints" with Veronica Smalls
  • Language Laboratory
  • Travel Agent
  • Watney's Red Barrel
  • Anne Elk's Theory on Brontosauruses

Interestingly enough, the "PLAY ALL" function on the American DVD release skips this episode.

6. The War Against PornographyEdit

(episode 32; aired November 23, 1972; recorded January 21, 1972)

  • Tory Housewives Clean-up Campaign
  • Gumby Brain Specialist
  • Molluscs - "Live" TV Documentary
  • Report on the Minister reports
  • Tuesday Documentary
  • Children's Story
  • Match of the Day
  • An Apology
  • Expedition to Lake Pahoe
  • The Silliest Interview We've Ever Had
  • The Silliest Sketch We've Ever Done

7. Salad DaysEdit

(episode 33; aired November 30, 1972; recorded January 7, 1972)

  • Biggles Dictates a Letter
  • Climbing the North Face of the Uxbridge Road
  • Lifeboat
  • Old lady snoopers
  • Storage Jars
  • The Show so Far
  • Cheese Shop sketch
  • Philip Jenkinson on Cheese Westerns
  • Sam Peckinpah's "Salad Days"
  • Apology
  • The News with Richard Baker
  • Seashore Interlude Film

Trivia: In the Biggles Dictates a Letter sketch, some of the dialogue was cut.

8. The Cycling TourEdit

(episode 34; aired December 7, 1972; recorded May 4, 1972)

  • Mr. Pither
  • Mr. Gulliver and Clodagh Rodgers
  • Trotsky
  • Smolensk
  • Bingo-crazed Chinese
  • Not Secret Police
  • Trotsky / Eartha Kitt
  • Firing Squad
  • Eartha Kitt/ Edward Heath
  • Escape/Credits/Dancing Monsters

Trivia

  • This episode is the first episode of Flying Circus to feature a full length story.
  • Instead of the usual animated opening titles, the episode begins with a simple full-screen caption that reads "The Cycling Tour".
  • John Tomiczek, Graham Chapman's adopted son, makes a brief appearance as one of two children (other one being Graham dressed as a teenage girl) to ask for an autograph from a man (although not in drag) they thought was singer Clodagh Rodgers (Terry Jones, whose character changes personalities).It soon points out that the man now thinks he is Leo Trotsky. Despite his brief appearance, John Tomickzek did not have a speaking part.
  • The music that Mr. Pither is cycling to is the waltz from Act II of the opera Faust by Charles Gounod.
  • The song that the animated monsters dance to at the end of the episode is "Jack in the Box" as performed by Clodagh Rodgers.

9. The Nude OrganistEdit

(episode 35; aired December 14, 1972; recorded May 11, 1972)

  • Bomb on Plane
  • A Naked Man
  • Ten Seconds of Sex
  • Housing Project Built by Characters from Nineteenth-century English Literature
  • M1 Interchange Built by Characters from 'Paradise Lost'
  • Mystico and Janet - Flats Built by Hypnosis
  • Mortuary Hour
  • The Olympic Hide-and-seek Final
  • The Cheap-Laughs
  • Bull-fighting
  • The British Well-Basically Club
  • Prices on the Planet Algon
  • Mr. Badger Reads the Credits

Trivia: Mr. Badger's first appearance is not in this episode. Rather, it is in Episode 32 at the end.

10. E. Henry Thripshaw's DiseaseEdit

(episode 36; aired December 21, 1972; recorded May 25, 1972)

  • Tudor Jobs Agency
  • Pornographic Bookshop
  • Elizabethan Pornography Smugglers
  • Silly Disturbances
  • The Free Repetition of Doubtful Words Sketch
  • 'Is There?'... Life after Death?
  • The Man Who Says Words in the Wrong Order
  • Thripshaw's Disease
  • Silly Noises
  • Sherry-drinking Vicar

Trivia: This show was probably the worst case of censorship from the BBC. The BBC cut three sketches out of this show, as well as a lot of Gilliam's animation. The three sketches were: Big Nosed Sculptor, Revolting Cocktails, and Wee-Wee Wine Cellar.

11. Dennis MooreEdit

(episode 37; aired January 4, 1973; recorded April 17, 1972)

  • "Boxing Tonight" - Jack Bodell v. Sir Kenneth Clark
  • Dennis Moore
  • What the Stars Foretell
  • Doctor
  • TV4 or Not TV4 Discussion
  • Lupins
  • Ideal Loon Exhibition
  • Off-licence
  • Dennis Moore Rides Again
  • Prejudice
  • Redistribution of Wealth

12. A Book at BedtimeEdit

(episode 38; aired January 11, 1973; recorded December 18, 1971)

  • Party Political Broadcast (Choreographed) †
  • A Book at Bedtime - "Redgauntlet"
  • Kamikaze Scotsmen
  • No Time to Lose
  • Frontiers of Medicine - Penguins
  • BBC programme planners
  • Unexploded Scotsmen
  • Spot the Looney
  • Rival Documentaries
  • Dad's Doctors, Dad's Pooves and Other Interesting Stories †

† - "Party Political Broadcast (Choreographed)" and "Dad's Doctors, Dad's Pooves and Other Interesting Stories" have been cut out in many versions of this episode.[1] A clip of Party Political Broadcast (Choreographed) has surfaced on Youtube, stated to have been found somewhere in Canada by David Morgan. [2]

13. GrandstandEdit

(episode 39; aired January 18, 1973; recorded May 18, 1972)

  • Thames TV Introduction
  • "Light Entertainment Awards" with Dickie Attenborough
  • Dickie Attenborough
  • The Oscar Wilde Sketch
  • Charwoman
  • David Niven's Fridge
  • Pasolini's Film "The Third Test Match"
  • New Brain from Curry's
  • Blood Donor
  • International Wife-Swapping
  • Credits of the Year
  • The Dirty Vicar Sketch

Trivia

  • The Credits of the year sketch marked John Cleese's final appearance in the Python series.

Series 4 (Oct. 1974 - Dec. 1974)Edit

(On screen the final series was titled simply Monty Python.)

1. The Golden Age of BallooningEdit

(episode 40; aired October 31, 1974; recorded October 12, 1974)

  • The Montgolfier Brothers
  • Montgolfier Brothers in Love
  • Louis XIV
  • The Court of George III
  • Party Political Broadcast on Behalf of the Norwegian Party
  • Zeppelin

2. Michael EllisEdit

(aired November 7, 1974; recorded October 19, 1974)

  • Department Store
  • Buying an Ant
  • At Home with the Ant and Other Pets
  • Documentary on Ants
  • Ant Complaints
  • Ant Poetry Reading
  • Toupee Department
  • Different Endings

3. The Light Entertainment WarEdit

(episode 42; aired November 14, 1974; recorded October 26, 1974)

  • Up Your Pavement
  • RAF Banter
  • Trivializing the War
  • Courtmartial
  • Basingstoke in Westphalia
  • "Anything goes" (song)
  • Film trailer
  • The Public Are Idiots
  • Programme Titles Conference
  • The last five miles of the M4
  • Woody and Tinny Words
  • Show-jumping
  • Newsflash
  • "When Does a Dream Begin?" (song)

Trivia

  • The "Show-jumping" sketch features Olympic silver medal-winning showjumper Marion Mould.
  • "When Does a Dream Begin" was written, and performed on the programme, by Neil Innes.
  • Douglas Adams made a brief appearance as a doctor treating a man suffering from lumbago.

4. HamletEdit

(episode 43; aired November 21, 1974; recorded November 2, 1974)

  • Bogus Psychiatrists
  • Nationwide
  • Police helmets
  • Father-in-Law
  • Hamlet and Ophelia
  • Boxing Match Aftermath
  • Boxing Commentary
  • Piston Engine (a Bargain)
  • A Room in Polonius' House
  • Dentists
  • Live from Epsom - Jockey Interviews
  • Queen Victoria Handicap

5. Mr. NeutronEdit

(episode 44; aired November 28, 1974; recorded November 9, 1974)

  • Post-box Ceremony
  • Mr. Neutron
  • F.E.A.R. / Mr. Neutron is Missing!
  • Teddy Salad
  • Secretary of State and Prime Minister
  • Bombing
  • Mrs. Scum
  • Teddy Salad Explodes
  • Mr. Neutron Escapes
  • Conjuring Today

6. Party Political BroadcastEdit

(episode 45; aired December 5, 1974; recorded November 16, 1974)

  • Most Awful Family in Britain
  • Icelandic Honey Week
  • Patient Abuse
  • Brigadier and Bishop
  • Appeal on behalf of extremely rich people
  • The man who finishes other people's sentences
  • David Attenborough
  • The walking trees of Dahomey
  • Batsmen of the Kalahari
  • Cricket match (assegais)
  • BBC News (handovers)

Trivia

  • Douglas Adams co-wrote the Patient Abuse sketch, while Neil Innes co-wrote the Most Awful Family in Britain sketch. It marked one of the few times material was used on the show that was written by someone other than the six Python members.
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