Monty Python is back on PBS this Spring

Monty Python is back on PBS this Spring…yes you are reading this correctly.  From the PBS.org website came this lovely tastey morsel of British  humor.  The only question that remains will Oklahoma ban MP because of its raunchy and grotesque humor just like Oklahoma did when the movie, “The Life of Brian” first premiered.  Just like the state did after “The Meaning of Life”.

EXCLUSIVE NEW “MONTY PYTHON” SPECIALS SLATED TO PREMIERE IN 2006 ONLY ON PBS

“MONTY PYTHON’S PERSONAL BEST” Reflects Favorite Moments from Original
Series and Movies with Additional New Footage

“Monty Python’s Flying Circus” Originally Aired in U.S. on Public Television, Series Returns to PBS in Spring 2006
Beverly Hills, CA – July 13, 2005 – PBS announced today that six new Monty Python specials are in production for broadcast on PBS in 2006. Each of the exclusive to PBS six one-hour programs will focus on one member of the original Monty Python troupe – Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin and Terry Jones – and showcase favorite clips from the group’s television series and movies, mixed with new footage. The five living Pythons – Cleese, Idle, Gilliam, Palin and Jones – will each produce and write their own episode, with the five collaborating on a sixth special to honor deceased member Chapman.

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