Do fan campaigns to save TV shows actually
Do fan campaigns to save TV shows actually work? CBC.caWhen it comes to the practicality of fan campaigns, do they actually work? Or is there more at play behind the scenes?
Posted on 19 March 2019 | 8:50 am
The current state of Brexit reminds me of
The current state of Brexit reminds me of John Cleese but without the laughter Evening StandardIn his 1986 film, Clockwise, John Cleese's doleful character got to the point a few decades in advance of the Brexit tragicomedy. “It's not the despair,” moans ...
Posted on 19 March 2019 | 5:21 am
Dutch PM likens Theresa May to Monty
Dutch PM likens Theresa May to Monty Python's limbless knight: 'She goes on and on' Telegraph.co.ukDutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte used a Monty Python movie reference to describe Theresa May's tenacity on Brexit despite repeated defeats.
Posted on 18 March 2019 | 12:00 am
With cabinet deadlocked, Theresa May to beg
With cabinet deadlocked, Theresa May to beg EU leaders for Brexit delay South China Morning PostPrime minister will write to European council president Donald Tusk to ask for an extension before EU leaders meet in Brussels on Thursdays.
Posted on 18 March 2019 | 12:00 am
How to be funnier, with John Cleese - Big
How to be funnier, with John Cleese Big ThinkAnyone can learn to be funnier – comedy is a creative skill that you can work like a muscle and nobody teaches it better than John Cleese. His first advice?
Posted on 13 March 2019 | 2:00 pm
Resolved Question: Is John Cleese A Genius?
I think he is brilliant, him and Graham Chapman wrote most of the Monty Python sketches.
John Cleese was my favourite Python he was very funny, Silly Walks, Election Special etc
He also created and wrote every episode of Fawlty Towers, which i consider to be the greatest sitcom ever
Posted on 9 September 2014 | 8:33 am
Resolved Question: What movie is this? #John
I'm looking for a short movie about a job interview. 10 people enter a room one by one. The first enters and takes a seat, second enters, same thing. The third enters, gives the first and second a hand, says hello to everyone and takes a seat. The rest of the people who enter do the same thing as number 1 & 2.
The clue is: number 3 gets the job.
The decision about who to choose is taken in the first 10 seconds.
They say it's a movie of John Cleese, but I can't find it on the internet.
Posted on 22 August 2012 | 3:24 am
Resolved Question: Research assingment in
I have an assignment in college for research in the creative media industries, it is about creating a comic strip based on John Cleese. I would be grateful if you could answer these few questions for me.
Would you like (or find it interesting) to see a comic strip based on John Cleese ?
If you would like to see this , would you like to see it based on one of John Cleese's old performances for example in Monty Python, Fawlty Towers or a film he had starred in, A Fish Called Wanda, Rat Race, etc (please feel free to give any films/series i haven't mentioned) ? or would you like to see a new scenario to put John Cleese in to?
Do you personally think this would be a popular production ?
Would you purchase a comic strip based on John Cleese?
What age and gender are you ? (answer is optional)
Is there any other ideas you would like to add?
As I mentioned above , this is for a college assingment were I have to research relevant information from my target audience. The comic will not actually be produced it is just to test me on how I can carry out research.
Thank you so so much for your time :)
Posted on 11 January 2012 | 7:33 am
Resolved Question: I'm going to be risky and
"he who laughs most, learns best"
Have I caught your interest? :) I'm sending out CV's to ESL language schools.
My first line is "I am a reliable individual with a positive attitude and a flair for creativity. I can offer my enthusiasm, dedication and native fluency in English to your company and students." - but my friend who read over my CV doesn't like it as an opening line. If he doesn't like it, how can I expect prospective employers to like it?!
I want to stand out from the crowd so I am going to put a quote about learning as the opening line and then work the beginnings of my cover letter around that.
I would kind of like something humorous for the first line but I'm definitely open to suggestions (and opinions on whether you think is an innovative or detrimental idea).
Many Thanks To clarify, he really liked the idea of the John Cleese quote...he didn't like the line that I initially started off with which was the "I am a reliable individual....etc" lol, ok, bit harsh guys but I like the honesty. I'm just afraid that with the amount of CV's these schools are getting I'm just going to blend in to the masses :/ I did an online search of what students deemed to be top qualities in their teacher and "sense of humour" was ranked in the top 3 qualities! oh come on BK, I was looking for honesty of course and I appreciate it, but at the same time, I was just trying to be innovative...being called childish was a bit over the line in my opinion. Of course I have meticulously combed through my CV and ensured there is correct spelling and grammar throughout...I'm applying to be an English teacher for crying out loud...but the whole aim of this idea was thinking outside the box and trying to stand out!!!
Posted on 19 May 2011 | 1:44 am
Resolved Question: Isn't John Cleese the
star if you like him:))
Posted on 15 August 2010 | 7:23 am