From: Albuquerque, NM
I used to watch Monty Python all of the time. A few months ago BBC America had a Python-thon, and it was so great to recalling all of those skits.
Terry was also a historian and I remember seeing his show on medieval lives. He brought his knowledge and humor along and made the topic rather interesting!
Terry Jones, who earned a spot in comedic lore as a member of the British troupe Monty Python and also had success as a director, screenwriter and author, died on Tuesday night at his home in the Highgate neighborhood of North London. He was 77.
You and the rest, you forgot the first rule of the fanatic: When you become obsessed with the enemy, you become the enemy.
Jeffrey Sinclair, "Infection", Babylon 5