- Graham Chapman
- John Cleese
- Michael Palin
- Terry Gilliam
- Eric Idle
- Terry Jones
- And Now For Something Completely Different
- Holy Grail
- Life of Brian
- Meaning of Life
I really dislike monty python and have found this to be a hindrance in attempting to become part of civilised society in the uk
Funniest (then): John Cleese
Greatest bunch of lads: Michael Palin
Cleese is the best on accounts of Fawlty Towers which is better than any of the Python output.
I’m not aware of Palin having said something that marks him out as a stone cold cunt, so that puts him into the lead by default.
Best one is obviously Michael Palin.
Best film is Life of Brian.
Palin’s performance in Life of Brian is one of the best ever in a comedy film I’d say
This is a very correct pair of opinions
Michael Palin is the only one who has complimented a badge I was wearing, so he wins by default
Came in here looking forward to some data science chat
*PEP style guide chat
He’s gone depressingly right wing since then.
Palin! He made the brilliant and underrated Ripping Yarns, and seems to be lovely (based on his diaries, every interview with him I’ve ever come across, and his unimpeachable reputation).
I’m less keen on the Python output than I once was but I’ll still happily watch Holy Grail.
Graham Chapman’s willy in the Life of Brian was the first one I ever saw.
They didn’t say he was the best because they thought he was the most left-wing.
I would agree with Tone apart from how he’s Trashed his legacy in recent years with his politics. Hardly an unoriginal position to take with celebrities you used to like.