Parrot Sketch Not Included: Twenty Years of Monty Python (1989 TV Special)
Steve: They were tall. They were beautiful. They were crazy.
Steve: I'm not going to say that bit. I can't. Because it's a lie, that's why! I'll tell you why I can't say it, it because it's not in my, it's not...
[a spear pokes Steve in the side of his head]
Steve: I love them!
Steve: Good evening. In the late 1960s, a comic force emerged which was so original, so zany, so fabulously different that many people felt that the world of entertainment had been changed forever. Intelligent - some would even say intellectual, yet massively popular. Subtle, but also simple. Dangerous but warm; visual but still enormously literate. Big-hearted, generous, anarchic, and above all, funny. Brilliantly funny. But enough about me. What about this "Monty Python" crowd? Well, some people like 'em, I guess.