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The surviving Pythons are scheduled to appear on Jimmy Fallon tonight. Hopefully good for a laugh or two.

your optimism is endearing

I wasn't optimistic enough to shell out the bucks to watch them MC the premiere of the new documentary, but a late-night talk show is easy & cheap, much like myself.

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It was rather unremarkable. Eric got in a good zinger about Fallon's monologue & performed The Bright Side Of Life, which The Roots made amusing.

 

Michael Palin was MIA.

 

The most interesting moment was Cleese's passionate recollection about a performance by Cook, Moore, Miller & Bennett in the 1960s, which he says remains the funniest thing he's ever seen. The rosy-eyed memories of youth or reality? We'll never know.

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It was rather unremarkable. Eric got in a good zinger about Fallon's monologue & performed The Bright Side Of Life, which The Roots made amusing.

 

The most interesting moment was Cleese's passionate recollection about a performance by Cook, Moore, Miller & Bennett in the 1960s, which he says remains the funniest thing he's ever seen. The rosy-eyed memories of youth or reality? We'll never know.

Very trivial trivia: Eric used Fallon as his "long lost son" on his utterly forgettable made-for-tv follow-up to the original Rutles movie, Can't Buy Me Lunch.

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It was rather unremarkable. Eric got in a good zinger about Fallon's monologue & performed The Bright Side Of Life, which The Roots made amusing.

 

The most interesting moment was Cleese's passionate recollection about a performance by Cook, Moore, Miller & Bennett in the 1960s, which he says remains the funniest thing he's ever seen. The rosy-eyed memories of youth or reality? We'll never know.

Very trivial trivia: Eric used Fallon as his "long lost son" on his utterly forgettable made-for-tv follow-up to the original Rutles movie, Can't Buy Me Lunch.

So that's why Eric hugged him, while all the others merely shook hands.

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It was rather unremarkable. Eric got in a good zinger about Fallon's monologue & performed The Bright Side Of Life, which The Roots made amusing.

 

The most interesting moment was Cleese's passionate recollection about a performance by Cook, Moore, Miller & Bennett in the 1960s, which he says remains the funniest thing he's ever seen. The rosy-eyed memories of youth or reality? We'll never know.

Very trivial trivia: Eric used Fallon as his "long lost son" on his utterly forgettable made-for-tv follow-up to the original Rutles movie, Can't Buy Me Lunch.

So that's why Eric hugged him, while all the others merely shook hands.

or he is his dad, which might explain why fallon is so unfunny

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The most interesting moment was Cleese's passionate recollection about a performance by Cook, Moore, Miller & Bennett in the 1960s, which he says remains the funniest thing he's ever seen. The rosy-eyed memories of youth or reality? We'll never know.

 

Beyond the Fringe or the follow-up, Behind the Fridge? They were funny.

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