Sketches include: a German composer with an extraordinarily long name; crooks plan an elaborate scheme to buy a watch; a chocolate-company owner markets "Crunchy Frog."
Did You Know?
One of the types of candy mentioned in the Harry Potter novels is "cockroach cluster," a reference to the 'Crunchy Frog' sketch which first appeared in this episode. See more
In the Dull Life of a City Stockbroker sketch, the poster on the back of the bus differs when the stockbroker gets on the bus and when he alights from the bus. See more
Why is it the world never remembered the name of Johann Gambolputty de von Ausfern -schplenden -schlitter -crasscrenbon -fried -digger -dangle -dungle -burstein -von -knacker -thrasher -apple -banger -horowitz -ticolensic -grander -knotty -spelltinkle -grandlich -grumblemeyer -spelterwasser -kürstlich -himbleeisen -bahnwagen -gutenabend -bitte -eine -nürnburger -bratwustle -gerspurten -mit -zweimache -luber -hundsfut -gumberaber -shönendanker -kalbsfleisch -mittler -raucher von Hautkopft of Ulm?
In the end credits, almost everything pertaining to the production of this episode was credited to "Irving C. Saltzberg", the megalomaniacal film producer character played by Graham Chapman. See more
The A&E video release of the series added some footage that was originally edited for television, including a nude clerk selling a newspaper to Michael Palin in the "Dull Life of a City Stockbroker." See more
References From Russia with Love
James Bond Is Back--From Russia with Love
Music by John Barry See more