Monty Python – The Audit

from Monty Python’s Flying Circus Season 1 – Episode 07 You’re No Fun Anymore Recorded 10-10-69, Aired 30-11-69 I’m slowly uploading the entire Flying Circus series… Got any requests?

50 comments on “Monty Python – The Audit
  1. I finally get the context of the ending! Watch the “Camel Spotting” clip,
    it’ll make so much more sense.

  2. A shilling was a unit in the pre-decimalised UK currency, worth 12pence;
    there were 20 of them in a British Pound. In Feb 1971 the currency in
    Britain was decimalised, and a shilling became worth 5 New Pence (staying
    being worth 1/20 of a Pound). I’ll let you do the maths on working out the
    US equivalences :-) Hope that helps

  3. I dont get the joke between 2:20 and 2:39 (last two jokes) I’m not british
    is this a class of inside joke?

  4. There’s no place for sentiment in big business. – He’s right you know. Oh
    you’re no fun anymore! I heard that! Who said that? He did! He did! No I
    didn’t! Ooohh! Right!

  5. @sarcee1960 I believe it is a very small amount—possibly less than a
    cent, though I very well may be wrong. I myself am American.

  6. Even though the scenario is so ridiculous, I still always feel really sorry
    for Mike’s character at the end…

  7. Dear BBC, I am writing this letter to confirm that I have worked in tall
    buildings for quite some time and have never
    onceAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! **splat**

  8. Oh you’re no fun any more. ;) Funny. Funnier with the whole ‘you’re no fun
    any more’ routine.

  9. You gotta love Jones (Cardinal) reaction to the “It’s my first, please be
    gentle with me!” line.

  10. @StrangerForever85 I’m guessing you spend a lot of time saying this line
    then: “DICTIONARY. I am a walking dictionary.” =3

  11. There’s no place for sentiment in big business. – He’s right you know. Oh
    you’re no fun anymore! I heard that! Who said that? He did! He did! No I
    didn’t! Ooohh! Right! (and he is then thrown under a “camel”)

  12. @hazworther Embezzle-verb. To steal money from your business. No, I did not
    look that up in a dictionary. People call me a walking encyclopedia.

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