Watch Python with me!
I decided it's time to challenge myself. I'm planning to watch one piece of Python production (one episode of a series, a movie, a documentary..) every week, until I run out of Python. Doesn't seem like much of a challenge, since I LOVE Python, but given that there are 13 episodes in most of FC's, there's the 1948 Show, DNAYS, Fawlty Towers, Ripping Yarns, all the movies (including the solo ones), and the travel series and history docs..... I figured out a preliminary schedule and seems like I'm gonna be done some time in February or March 2016. But I think I can do it!
I am inviting you to join me on this quest! Here on this thread I will post my experiences along the way (ideal would be commenting on every week when I get to watch the piece, but let's hope I get a good flow going), and everybody is free to share their's.
I doesn't matter what day you watch the episode or movie in turn, just try to watch it during that week on whatever day suits you best, and if you miss a week or two (since we do sometimes travel or do other stuff), you can catch up on a week you get back cooking. And if you don't have a certain series or movie home on dvd or other, feel free to skip those weeks or plan on purchasing them in time for the watch-along, whatever floats your boat. (I know I have to try and find certain movies like Jabberwocky or doc series like Crusades in time, and now I have a good excuse to speed myself up! :)
It's just as if it was on tv last night! But everybody is tuning in on the Python channel all over the world! So wonderful!
The preliminary schedule is here behind this link (let's hope it works): Python Quest (full list)
Feel free to comment and/or suggest changes or additions to the schedule and JOIN ME!
First up starting from tomorrow: Monty Python's Flying Circus Season 1, Episode 1!
Yours from the Python section, aisle four,
Regimental Sergeant Major II
Python Army HeadQuarters