In the scene where Graham Chapman is wrestling himself and tearing his limbs off, the voice of Graham Chapman appears saying 'You stupid bastard, you've go no arms left". This is an actual clip from the Black Knight scene in Holy Grail.
The crucifix on the wall in the 'Drying Out' scene is actually an image of Graham Chapman himself taken from the closing scene of 'Life of Brian'
The song 'Sit On My Face (and Tell Me That You Love Me') is an extended version of the barbershop quartet song performed by Graham Chapman and other members of Monty Python at the Hollywood Bowl
Behind-the-scenes of this film.
Graham Chapman watches his on TV
A trailer is shown.
The animated scene where Graham Chapman wrestles with himself is based on a sketch Chapman performed at the Hollywood Bowl.