Firefly Meets the Tardis

Now this is the kind of crossover we fucking love:

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“Mal and the Firefly gang got more than they bargained for when they tried to see how many Reavers they could stuff into the weird little blue phone booth.” read article

Another Monty Pythoner Shows His Utmost Respect for Graham Chapman

Awhile ago, John Cleese talked about his former MONTY PYTHON mate. Now Terry Jones has a few words on the same subject. These dudes are so @#$!ing sweet, you know?

Monty Python’s Terry Jones on Graham Chapman’s Biopic – by Steve Marsh

When the five surviving members of Monty Python are photographed nowadays, there’s always a witty allusion to the dead one: an upturned urn or a disembodied pipe. So it’s no surprise that when an old recording of Graham Chapman reading his 1986 memoir A Liar’s Autobiography was discovered, a project came together nearly as quickly as it takes to ask “What’s all this, then? Are they going to make a 2Pac hologram of Police Constable Pan Am?” Chapman’s recording became the basis for A Liar’s Autobiography, a surreal new animated movie (in select theaters and on EPIX on November 2), to which the surviving Pythons (except for Eric Idle) contributed their voices. We talked to original Python Terry Jones about Chapman’s drinking, his mum’s influence, and Terry Gilliam’s bossiness. read article

Aha! For All MONTY PYTHON Fans, This is a Must-See

Found on YouTube:

After you’ve watched the funniest trailer for anything that we’ve ever seen (and we see a lot of $#@!ing trailers), click through to the URL and learn what’s behind it. read article

Why We Should All Be Reading “Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader”

Bitch fight:

Not an ad! A discovery! (We wish they – somebody – would pay us to run a m*****f***ing ad!)

Star Fight: John Cleese Calls Eric Idle “Yoko” (BathroomReader.Com)

Because we live to serve you the latest and greatest (and, well, let’s face it, some of the most awful) news, history, wisdom, nonsense, and, as in times like these—still steaming piles of fresh gossip—we point you to the Twitter feed of comedy legend John Cleese, who twittered,just minutes ago (it’s around 10 AM on the 14th day of December, 2011), of his Monty Python partner, Eric Idle:

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