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1. John Cleese played the customer in this sketch - what was his character's name?
2. Who played the 'Purveyor of Fine Cheese to the Gentry and the Poverty Stricken Too'?
3. According to the sign on the shop, what is it licensed for?
4. The cheese purveyor's surname is very appropriate, being the name of a creamy, crumbly and slightly sweet cheese from Yorkshire. What is it?
5. The customer came over 'all peckish' when 'sitting in the public library on Thurmond Street'. What was he 'skimming through' at the time?
6. The first cheese the customer asks for is Red Leicester, and the excuses start. Which cheese is not matched to the correct excuse?
7. What cheese is 'staggeringly popular in this manor'?
8. Why doesn't the proprieter want to sell the customer the Camembert?
9. Why does the proprietor assert his is the finest cheese shop in the district?
10. What does the customer do when the proprietor finally admits that there is, in fact, no cheese in the shop and he has been wasting the customer's time?
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