Monty Python on Clichés...

A writer friend introduced me to this sketch a long time ago and today it is still one of my favs. It's a great example of twisting a cliché into something original, and will give all writers a good laugh...so enjoy!

The Prodigal Son

6 comments:

Amy said...

Brilliant.

Tabitha said...

Ha! Hilarious! :)

Mary Witzl said...

Oh, that is wonderful -- really fantastic. Loved the tungsten drills and the agony of writer's cramp! And the son's parting shot was just lovely.

Angela said...

I know--it cracks me up over and over again.

"Look at what you've done to mother--she's worn out from meeting film stars, attending movie premieres and hosting gala luncheons."

"There's naught wrong with gala luncheons!"


*dissolves in gales of laughter*

Kate said...

There's nowt wrong with British humour, that's for sure!

Just_Me said...

I watched this.... and then lost an hour watching more sketches.... you tube ought to come with a warning!

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