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13 Reasons People Still Quote Monty Python Even If They've Never Seen The Show

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Monty Python remains one of the greatest British comedy troupes of all time, and their work is still hilarious even today. Even though these sketches are over 40 years old, we're pretty sure you'll love these 13 hilarious moments.

Ministry of Silly Walks

The sketch that everybody knows, John Cleese steals the show (and our hearts) with his absolutely insane and hilarious leg movements.

Spanish Inquisition

The real Spanish Inquisition was a horrific period of human history, but Monty Python turns them into bumbling, incredibly silly fools.

The Parrot Sketch

Never has the notion of buying an already-dead animal been this hilarious, and John Cleese's exasperation is perfect.

Argument Clinic

The notion of paying someone to argue with you is pretty absurd, and the Pythons take the concept to its absolute hilarious extreme.

Spam

Have you ever gone to a restaurant where they were out of everything you wanted? Now imagine if the only replacement was spam. The results are pretty amazing.

It just keeps getting funnier from here...

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