I've had several variations on the following conversation: Me: Do you know monty Python at all?
To see what they were truly capable of, the film you need to see is their second effort: monty Python's Life of Brian.
His description of how the legitimate arms of Madoff Securities were run sounds like a skit out of monty Python.
Here monty enacts a fantasy of benign American imperialism, touring Europe and Africa in his pleasure yacht.
But most of all he loved monty Python and would regularly repeat their hilarious sketches verbatim.
Monte Carlo, or monty, as he was usually called, had the further distinction of being the ugliest man in the entire north-west.
Mrs. Fleming, Meg, monty, and Neale were standing by the lectern when she appeared.
"I've no more to say," replied monty, rising and moving to the door.
“Blood is blood,” cried monty, with the veins standing out on his forehead.
The driver was on the opposite side from Tom, and monty was slumped against the door.
/mon'tee/ Any program with a ludicrously complex user interface that performs a trivial task. An example would be a menu-driven, button clicking, pulldown, pop-up windows program for listing directories. The original monty was a weather reporting program, Monty the Amazing Weather Man, written at the USGS. Monty had a widget-packed X-window interface with over 200 buttons; and all it actually *did* was FTP files off the network.