(7/08) Stage: Appeared for 3 nights in "John Cleese in Conversation with Chris Serle" at the Clifton Pavillion Theatre, Bristol Zoo, England. This was a fundraiser for the zoo's conservation and education projects.
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England changed much more than I did. We used to have some sort of middle class culture with an adequate amount of respect for education. It was a bit racist - not in a mean way though, but still racist. Some things have changed for the better. But it's not a middle class culture anymore, but a yob culture, a rowdy culture.
Has said in interviews that he loves 'really rude questions' because they are original and force him to think about an appropriate answer. The best question he ever got was 'if you were a part of a plane, which part would you be?' His answer was 'the joystick'.
When on Monty Python's flying circus, he would introduce sketches with the famous line "And now for something completely different"