Terry Jones - actor, writer, comedian, screenwriter, and director - has died just short of his 78th birthday. He was of course most famous for his work as part of Monty Python, starring in roles such as Mr Creosote and the mother of Brian the not-messiah, as well as directing the three films Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Life of Brian, and The Meaning of Life. He's only the second of the Monty Python troupe to depart, after Graham Chapman more than thirty years ago.

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  • What's with all these brits kicking off of a sudden? – DavidW Jan 22 at 18:44
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    All I can picture is a giant foot stomping down... – DavidW Jan 22 at 18:44
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    @DavidW I'm a Brit too. Gonna watch out for giant feet in the sky. – Rand al'Thor Jan 22 at 18:45
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    @DavidW Darling, you didn’t use tinned salmon did you? – Criggie Jan 22 at 19:45
  • I am flagging this record because it is scratched. – Robert Columbia Jan 23 at 18:18
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    No no, he's... he's resting. – Misha R Jan 24 at 1:39
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    @MishaR Voom? This comedian wouldn't voom if you put four thousand volts through him! This is an ex comedian! – Rand al'Thor Jan 24 at 7:10

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