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1. In Monty Python's "The Woody Sketch", a rather snobby family were discussing whether various words were "woody" or "tinny". Woody words are good, and tinny words are "perfectly dreadful" and "frightful". In the middle of the sketch, Eric Idle notices an animal nibbling on the croquet hoops. What was that animal?
2. In "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", which fierce creature, with a 'vicious streak a mile wide', was the eventual target of the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch?
3. Which Monty Python TV song includes the mondegreen of hearing (and repeating) Cyril Connolly instead of semi-carnally?
4. Luma Arcade developed a game for Android, iOS, and J2ME, inspired by the film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail". It involved the tossing of which creatures?
5. In Monty Python's TV sketch "The Flying Sheep", what was the name of the ovine ringleader who had convinced his flock to nest in trees and attempt to soar through the air?
6. In the "Trade Description Act" Monty Python sketch, health officers found fault with the "Crunchy Frog" confection because real frogs were used and the bones were not removed. According to the confectioner, why were the bones not taken out?
7. One of the funniest Monty Python skits that was a live favourite involved the following line: "We got woke up every morning by having a load of rotting fish dumped all over us! House?" What was the name of the sketch?
8. What was the subject of the theory by (Miss) Anne Elk, a theory that was all her own?
9. In "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", what tropical fruit is said to have been brought to England by migratory swallows?
10. Which Monty Python biting satire, also featuring the giant hedgehog Spiny Norman, was loosely based on the exploits of British gangsters, Ronnie and Reggie Kray?
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