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'Monty Python's Flying Circus' - Episode 2
"The second episode of 'Monty Python's Flying Circus' was given the provocative title 'Sex and Violence'...and boy did it deliver on that title! By the way, it was my favorite episode."
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In this episode, once again animals are victimized. What typically land-based mammals apparently attempt to take flight in 'Sex and Violence'?
'And now for something completely different' was a common phrase heard throughout the 'Flying Circus' series. It was first heard in this episode, and uttered by which Python?
Following an interesting discussion among a group of British housewives about great French thinkers, we are introduced to a certain gentleman, named Arthur Frampton, who happens to have three of which body part?
Armed with giant wooden mallets, a gentleman named Arthur Ewing plays a cruel number with some mice. What song does he play using his mallets and the unsuspecting mice?
The Navy Hymn
God Save the Queen
The Bells of St. Mary
In the next sketch we find a sad, little fellow, played by Michael Palin, at a marriage counsellor with his wife Deirdre, attempting to resolve some problems between the two of them. Instead, the counsellor seduces his wife, sending the poor chap out the door. What is this fellow's name?
Next, in a purportedly early film, we are treated to the wacky antics of Queen Victoria and which 19th century British prime minister?
In the following sketch, we find a depressed father and his son arguing. It seems that the son, who has chosen to be a coal miner, is embarrassed by his father's vocation. What sort of thing does his father do?
On the television show 'The Epilogue', a serious discussion about religion and philosophy is avoided in favor of a wrestling match between a Catholic monsignor, Edward Gay, and a philosophical writer called Dr. Tom Jack. What is the title of Tom Jack's book?
From Plato to Kant
The Existentialism of Sartre
In a series of Terry Gilliam animations, we discover Rodin's famous sculture, called 'The Kiss', turned into a musical instrument. What sort of instrument does 'The Kiss' sound like?
The final sketch in this episode is a show entitled 'The World Around Us'. The 'mouse problem' is discussed in this episode. At one point, a psychiatrist called the Amazing Kargal is consulted to describe the problem. He claims that what 'percentage of the population will always be mice'?
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Compiled Jun 28 12