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And now for something completely different -- and how. The brainy members of the Python troupe present sketches from the absurd to the obscure, and milk humor out of anything they come across. Just mention the "Dead Parrot" sketch, the "Ministry of Funny Walks" or "Spam," and you'll get a chorus of Python fans chiming in with the best lines.

Latest episodes

aired 13 days ago
The Tory housewives' campaign to clean up smut; a Gumby brain operation; the sex life of a mollusk; "Today in Parliament.".
aired 13 days ago
The cast is told that the queen may tune into the program; people who speak strangely; the "Lifeboat" sketch; the "Undertaker" sketch.
aired 17 days ago
Climbing the north face of Uxbridge Road; a cheese shop with no cheese in stock; Sam Peckinpah's "Salad Days.".
aired 17 days ago
Anagram man; pantomime horses; neurotic announcer.
aired 60 days ago
Confuse-a-cat; customs official seeks out potential smugglers; a raid on an actor's apartment; describing a robbery suspect.
aired 60 days ago
Pigs; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart hosts a look at famous deaths; American professor gives Italian lessons; a lethal joke.
aired 65 days ago
Emigration from Surbiton to Hounslow; teaching children to cure the world of all known diseases; fish-slapping dance.
aired 88 days ago
A Hungarian phrasebook; "World Forum," a quiz show for world leaders; the Royal Hospital for Overacting; the "Spam Song.".
aired 88 days ago
A sketch about the Ministry of Silly Walks; a British minister attired in a pink tulle dress talks about housing on "Face the Press"; 30 gas-company men investigate the installation of a stove; a giant hedgehog wanders London.
aired 89 days ago
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra going to the bathroom; "Interesting People," a talk show with bizarre guests.
aired 95 days ago
Light entertainment war; a court martial scene in which the judge sings a song and makes everyone wear party hats.
aired 98 days ago
A bishop rehearses for a show; a man tries to find a place where flying lessons are given; psychiatrist milkman.
aired 99 days ago
Frequent intermissions; a restaurant's special is a man with an apple in his mouth; historical impersonations; "Probearound.".
aired 99 days ago
Office workers watch as fellow employees fall past their window; the 127th Annual Upper Class Twit of the Year contest.
aired 101 days ago
"You're No Fun Anymore"; camel-spotting; a corporate financial report; aliens turn people into Scotsmen.
aired 105 days ago
A bank robber mistakenly holds up a lingerie shop; a pet store that offers to convert terriers into any kind of pet.
aired 105 days ago
An army protection racket; honeymooners try to buy a bed; the dead parrot sketch; "Hell's Grannies.".
airs in 8 days
"It's a Living" quiz show; free dung from the Book of the Month Club; a film director of dubious distinction.
aired 112 days ago
Humorous skits from the British comedy troupe.
aired 113 days ago
Art gallery where masterpieces are judged on flavor; lessons on defense against anyone carrying fresh fruit; an espionage dentistry ring.
aired 113 days ago
Recognizing different trees; a courtroom plea for leniency; a society of Supermen.

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