When parody becomes reality..
Speaking to the audience for his one-man show, he added: “So here you have something there’s never been a complaint about in 40 years, that I’ve heard of, and now all of a sudden we can’t do it because it’ll offend people. What is one supposed to make of that?
“But I think there were a lot of things that were actually, in some strange way, predictive of what was actually going to happen later.“
In the original release, the film was banned in certain parts of UK for being blasphemous against the Church. Now, it has a scene that is blasphemous against the progressive left.
Cleese said he made some changes. But if I were him, I would use a quote from the movie in response to this rubbish:
John Cleese says Loretta stays.
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