A pet-shop customer returns his dead parrot; a gang of female senior citizens attacks a town's young men; a young army officer who joined the service to water-ski tries to resign.
Did You Know?
The "Dead Parrot Sketch" was based, in part, on a drama school exercise/game in which two actors improvised dialogue, the object of which was for one participant to try to get the other to repeat a line without himself repeating. The first person to repeat is the "loser" of the game. Tom Stoppard
, in his Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
(1990) featured a more elaborate version of this exercise which is cited in the quotes section for that movie. See more
I'd like to leave the Army please, sir.
Good heavens man, why?