John Cleese for me.
John Cleese for me.
Everyone wants to change the world, noone wants to change himself.
Interesting poll. Probably the comic messiah, our Lord John Cleese*, for me too. Was the absolute master of physical comedy.
*Saddo points if you know which other sketch show I'm quoting there.
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Haha, have never saw that.
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"Well here at Luten, it's a three-cornered contest between,
from left to right, Alan Jones, Sensible party, Tarquin Fintimlimbimlimbim-
whimbimlin Bus Stop Fertang Fertang Olay Biscuit Barrel, Silly party, and Kevin
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The irrelevant option was andmark's idea btw.
Tough choice between Jones and Palin. I've gone for Jones. All of 'em were bloody funny at the time, but can't forgive Idle for some of the pure unadulterated ****e that he's made subsequently.
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Vimes tells it how it is:
Chapman. For enticing Cleese to, well, you know.
Brilliant straight man, too.
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Originally Posted by Adolf Grünbaum
Probably Cleese, but they all guns. Gillam's animations deserve a mention. Palin's Ripping Yarns are fantastic as well.
Btw CDM, fail to see how this thread highlights the shortcomings of democracy or promotes a political revolution. Disappointed to see you're going soft.
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Is Cam White, Is Good.
Disappointed there was no option for 'Killer'.
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