When the guards change shifts at daybreak, the new Roman guards try to arrest Brian the "vandal".
After a series of misadventures, the fugitive winds up accidentally taking the place of one of a motley group of mystics and prophets who harangue the passing crowd in a plaza.
Forced to come up with something plausible in order to blend in, he babbles pseudo-religious nonsense which quickly attracts a small but intrigued audience.
Once the Romans have left, Brian tries to put the episode behind him, but has unintentionally inspired a movement; after a night spent with Judith, he discovers that an enormous crowd has declared him the Messiah.
ave the world a form of comedy in which jokes came not just from pratfalls or awkward social situations, but from a fundamental deconstruction of the myths and meta-narratives upon which these stories were built.
By questioning everything, and declaring nothing off limits from the bounds of satire, Monty Python revolutionized the very concept of humor.
(The English Lit AP exam my senior year had a prompt that was just like, read this and explain why it’s funny, and it was the most fun I’ve ever had taking an essay test, which is admittedly a low bar.) What is your favorite Python or Pythonesque comedy?
Just look at comedies today ‘South Park’, ‘Rick and Morty’ or even ‘Deadpool’.
The Pythons themselves are listed first (in alphabetical order) followed by the rest of the cast in order of appearance.
Several characters are never named during the film but do have names which are used in the tracklisting for the soundtrack album and elsewhere.