An offensive mocking of JC (aka John Cleese)

Enjoying the new Monty Python YouTube channel, I somehow stumbled across this amazing gem of a Monty Python fan finding the Life of Christ a deeply offensive parody on the great JC – John Cleese.

It’s hilarious to watch this parody! Lots of great lines, but the “It has ceased to be” takes the cake!

Marc A. Pitman

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  1. Sandra Sims

    Absolutely hilarious! Now I have to assume that you have seen Life of Brian? My husband is only a marginal Britcom fan and he loves that one (in addition to the Holy Grail of course).

  2. Marc

    I really enjoy the Life of Brian. Still don’t own it on DVD but would really like to.

    I’ve seen it many times but the weirdest place was in Jerusalem. I was one of only 3 or 4 goyim in the theater!

  3. Sandra Sims

    that must have been surreal!

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