Transcript for Monty Python Members Announce Reunion Show
This is the holy grail of announcements this morning. Get that? Yes. Monty pi Thon, why they're out with the final performance, and who better to tell us why, Chris Connelly this morning. And now for something completely different. Reporter: The british comedy troop Monty python made history doing just that. ? Always -- What, the curtains? No, not the curtains. Reporter: Six highly-educated writer/performers, who from their start on bbc earned comparisons to the beatles, how they revolutioned comedy on both sides of the atlantic. Well, that was fun, wasn't it? Reporter: Showcasing sketchtastic skills. And a rare reverence. The Spanish inquisition. Nobody expects the Spanish inquisition. Choir. This is an ex-parrot. Reporter: And the absurdly absurd. Pushing political correctness, and all that's held holy on their ground-breaking TV show. Along with albums, live performances and feature films from the holy grail zblsh -- She was a witch. I turn into the a newt. A newt? It got better. Reporter: To the controversial "Life of Brian." ? Always look on the bright side of life. Reporter: Now looking to bring down the curtain and the big foot forever. It is the last show. Reporter: Earlier this summer at a press conference, Michael Palin, tare Gilliam, and John cleese, original member Chapman died in 1989. Talked about the final reunion, ten shows in London that begins on Tuesday. Try to do it once really well in England where it started, and just leave it at that. The question was how to fill the arena. We wanted to give them something a bit more. We wanted to add a lot of stuff and make it a big show. Reporter: After all these years, the wit and comedic chemistry of Monty python delight the generations of fans and the guys themselves. We enjoy it like we did 40, 50 years ago. Reporter: Chris Connelly, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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