- The Bishop is a sketch that appears in "The Buzz Aldrin Show", the seventeenth episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus. Synopsis Title card A dramatic animated opening plays, introducing a production 'in association with The Sunday Schools Board' starring Reverend E. P. Nesbitt (Terry Jones) and F. B. Gromsby-Urquhart-Wright as the voice of God.
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He is usually seen rehearsing his single line "Oh, Mr. Belpit, your legs are so swollen" in numerous accents, expressions, tones, and emphasis on different syllables.
In Déjà Vu, he says he is appearing in show eight, but that Flying Circus is show five. He appears three more times in the episode. In Live from the Grill-O-Mat, he is singing his line in a falsetto register when the members of the Society for Putting Things on Top of Other Thingsask him directions to the school hall, but tells them he doesn't know...
He was originally going to make an appearance in the Crackpot Religions Ltd. sketch from How Not to Be Seen. His appearance was filmed but was cut from airings. His appearance was eventually found...
The series was broadcast under the simple banner Monty Python (although the old full title, Monty Python's Flying Circus, is displayed at the beginning of the opening sequence). [ citation needed ] Cleese did receive writing credits on some episodes that featured material he had written for the first draft of Monty Python and the Holy Grail (particularly in "Michael Ellis").
A man with double vision organizes a mountain-climbing expedition; llamas are celebrated in a rousing Spanish song; a barber is afraid to cut hair; a couple's romantic evening is ruined by uncouth visitors. S1, Ep10. 21 Dec. 1969.