Leading Lady Parts:
Haha, very good
I’ve always thought Monty Python and the Holy Grail to be one of the funniest movies ever made, but lately I’ve become unusually obsessed by two particular characters from the film:
”Brave” Sir Robin (played by Eric Idle) and
Tim the Enchanter (played by John Cleese)
I think my psyche is trying to show me how I tend to flip-flop between aspects of these two archetypes in my everyday life; on the one hand becoming overly anxious and cautious towards perceived “threats” like Sir Robin, and on the other shifting to a more flamboyant, fiery and eccentric persona like Tim. Or perhaps I’m simply reading too much into this, as usual!
Anyway here are some clips showcasing these two very different characters:
A Big Band version of The Tale of Sir Robin
The Knights of the Round Table meet Tim the Enchanter:
Tim leads the Knights to the Cave of Caerbannog:
The Statue of Liberty:
Maria Von Trapp:
Salome opens Pandora’s Box:
Nina SImone and the Bronte Sisters:
Okay. This is really embarrassing. But I couldn’t stop laughing.
He is sooooooooooo… Israeli, no matter what.
Am I introducing another Billie too soon? Will the Universe collapse? Mom, is this thing on?
So yeah, another Billy. But she’s much older and is known for being a drunk neighbor!
Some of my favorite vids.
This is my favorite vid on the channel. Mainly due to the way Billy runs at the end of the video. Classic.
My intro to the channel was actually the first video! But I found this channel in like, 2018.
This video is funny but also has sentimental value.
The whole channel is pretty funny, but these videos are the stand out ones for me.
A couple of hilarious musical numbers from the Psychobitches team.
The first is about the Mitford Sisters, infamous British socialites who “cast a very long shadow across all the 20th century”.
The second is perhaps even funnier: a strange dream of Emily Bronte’s: “All those unsullied holes and pent-up juices, gave you Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights…”
Argh that’s one catchy tune lol. ‘Ont’ moor, ont’ moor…’ (and the rest) in ma head now.
I’ve had both tunes playing on-and-off in my head for days now. Consequence of obsessively watching them at least 50 times…
“She’s a Nazi-phile, she’s a Commie bore, she’s a personal friend of Mr Evelyn Waugh!”
I wanna know who the fuck is the 10th dentist and why he doesn’t recommend my toothpaste. Bitch.
I don’t normally go for this type of thing, but this clever GoT mashup had me howling with laughter:
The GoT rap reminded me of this masterpiece of social commentary from the comic genius of Tracey Ullman:
Ten Signs of Gentrification