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Well all my life I have loved comedy. So now I just want to see what other people like in comedy.
Let see mine would be.
Movie: Malibus most wanted or Monty Python search for the holy grail.
Show: This one would probably be family guy, futurama or south park
For me at the moment two comedy shows stand out "Arrested Development" and "Father Ted"
You guys in the states might not have heard of "Father Ted" but trust me its quality.
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British show again may not be recieved in the States but Peep Show is easily the funniest thing I have seen in a long time.
"those kids have absolutly no idea of the horror of Stalingrad, of course me reading this book is no compaision to actually being there but nonetheless...a big read."
"HAH boob he's out I'm in"
Those quotes will make no sense if you haven't seen it but if you have you will be chuckling already.
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Oh, man, where to start? "Monty Python", "Arrested Development", "Simpsons", "Fawlty Towers", ... modern classics. And more to mention, I'm sure.
But I never, ever tire of the classic Marx Brothers films: "Animal Crackers", "Duck Soup", "A Night at the Opera". Even several of their lesser known earlier ones are great: "Monkey Business", "Horsefeathers", "The Cocoanuts", etc. Most everything past "A Day At the Races" is, unfortunately, mostly crap (and there are some uber-painful, even racist scenes in ADAtR that I wish were never made), though there is nearly always at least one or two brilliant scenes buried in there somewhere.
I think my favorite all-time comedy films, though, have to be "Raising Arizona", "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", and Danny Kaye's "The Court Jester". I've made more friends through pasing and sharing my copy of "The Court Jester" than I can name. If you haven't seen it, you must!
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well for me it has to be the following.....
monty python and the holy grail
monty python's meaning of life
monty python's life of brian
the court jester (a perfect example of ingenious wordplay, acting and writing in my opinion)
Army of darkness
black adder 2 and goes forth
red dwarf (pretty much every series)
the list goes on but ive got too much a cold to remember them :wacko:
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Hmm well funny movies,
1. Dukes of Hazard - "where you want it" ; "lets hope she aint in her either" ; "what happens when you give a poletician a viagra" LOL
2. Finding nemo, not exactly funny in itself but i have tried to watch it with my gf 3 times this week and we have never finished. :shifty:
3. Without A Paddle, we actually finished this one it was so funny, not in a ridiculous way like quest for the holy grail but in a wow i have actually been there before way, (only for some of it :shifty: )
As for tv.
well the only tv i have watched at college so far has been football, (not exactly funny)
and one night i was drunk and watched 2 hours of futurama. i have no idea why but i do know i polished off 12 beers in under an hour. (and didn't plan on drinking that night)
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Movies: All the Monty Python-ones, especialy the Holy Grail (and there was much rejoicing!). Hotshot 1 is really funny to.
Series: The Simpsons... It's brilliant. Monty Python's flying circus owns as well. Oh and Futurama.
I see a Monty Python theme! and I concur with most other sentiments too re Family Guy/American Dad, Fawlty, BlAdder etc.
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I'm surprised nobody's mentioned Spaced/Shaun of the Dead or League Of Gentlemen.
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