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Comedy Review: Monty Python


Monty Python was a British group of comedians that began in 1969. It was a group of men; Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones & Michael Palin. The group was known for doing sketch comedy series known as Monty Python’s Flying Circus. It was a show aired on the BBC from 1969-1974. The show was known for its risqué jokes and acts of absurdity. They are also known for their movies; The Meaning of Life, Holy Grail, The Life of Brian, etc. Their most controversial movie was “The Life of Brian”, which critics thought was bad-tasting in jokes about Jesus. 

I grew up watching Monty Python’s movies and the television show. It became one of my favorites to watch and to introduce to others. It has also been a part of my life, in so many ways. Some inside jokes my family and I have are because of the show.

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Zoey Green
Zoey Green, staff writer
Zoey Green is a senior in the RVP. She enjoys reading, listening to music and watching sports. She likes to spend time with her family and spending time in nature. She also likes to spend time learning new things. 
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