He's Not the Messiah! He's a Very Naughty Boy!


He's Not the Messiah! He's a Very Naughty Boy!

Pythonesque irreverence in regard to ALL religions and authority - ....... 'Psstt!...Beard, Madam?'

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True believers follow The Gourd.

Started by Little Name Atheist. Last reply by Joseph Stephen Reilly Sep 26, 2010. 6 Replies

Heretics follow The Shoe.  I know because I am a gardener, and one can not eat shoes.  One can eat certain kinds of gourds.  Follow The Gourd and Live!Continue

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Comment by Jedi Wanderer on July 5, 2012 at 8:22am

Come on Steph, let's go to a stoning!

Comment by Jedi Wanderer on January 10, 2011 at 3:46pm

Thanks David for the info regarding Life of Brian. Definitely some interesting footnotes for us Python fans.


To throw a Python quote out there for you guys, "I don't think it should be blasphemy, just saying Jehova."


"You're only making it worse for yourself."


"Worse? How can it get any worse? Jehova! Jehova, Jehova, Jehova!"

Comment by Richard Healy on September 26, 2010 at 1:18am
I took this while at the recent Protest The Pope march in London.

The Python Reference had me chuckling the entire way to Downing Street. When I saw the guy again I dashed over and begged him could I take a photo. He said yes, obviously...

Romani Ite Domum
Comment by Joseph Stephen Reilly on September 26, 2010 at 12:58am
Everyone must believe in something! Perhaps not FSM, but, why the hell not? He/she/it/they do no one any harm and are quite amusing. Share the fantasy. As for me, I believe I will have another drink.
Comment by David Sensei on August 8, 2010 at 3:14am
Sorry to stem the flow of classic Pythonia, but a couple of points on Life of Brian. Those familiar with it will know it's relatively short. That's partly because the writers were a little unsure of what they could get away with.

A longish 'shepherds watch their flocks by night' sequence near the beginning was omitted for reasons of pacing. The story would have taken too long to get started.

There's also a longish 'Judean Liberation Front' suicide-squad scene which was meant to follow the Brian-at-the-window sequence. (The one with 'Are you a virgin, if it's not a personal question') It mentions various real ethic groups, religions and factions and was regarded as too politically sensitive even in that pre-9/11 time.

These sequences were shot and ended on the cutting room floor, but they can be viewed on YouTube or on the collectors' DVD edition, along with some interesting documentary footage of public reaction at the time and with hindsight, especially interesting to atheists.

The book of the film released at the time contained a complete script and various scrapbook material. One of these was a script sequence of Mary trying to explain to an indignant, disgusted Joseph how she became pregnant. It was edited out at quite an early stage, probably to avoid accusations of blasphemy (or at least soften them) by steering reasonably clear of Christ, who is very much a peripheral character and only in the early stages of the film.

I no longer have the book with this script and have tried to google it without success. Perhaps someone else may be more determined in tracking it down. It would be a worthwhile post here, as not so many are aware of it, while fans know the Python canon backwards.
Comment by lt_zippy2 on May 4, 2010 at 3:00am
Crucifixion? Good, out the door line on the left, one cross each!
Comment by Jay Pea on April 19, 2010 at 7:29pm

"Uh, how do you want us to do that, master?"
Comment by Jaume on April 18, 2010 at 11:22am
I don't believe in FSM - it's for greaseballs and goombahs.

I still do the noodly dance when I go to the pizzeria, though. Better safe than sorry.
Comment by Joseph Stephen Reilly on April 13, 2010 at 6:49pm
I just hope that you have found a place which can shelter you from the thrashing of his noodly appendages when FSM hears about the disgraceful, disrespectful attitude this group has taken vis a vis divinity,
and I don't mean fudge.
Comment by mark fitzgibbon on March 26, 2010 at 12:59pm
Nice one! :D

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