One probably needs a warped sense of humor and have grown up with British humor through television, as I do/did. I love HOLY GRAIL, including the intermission. Not to hijack a thread I am glad has appeared, MPATHG is a wicked satire of class, pomposity, all movies set in medieval days that depict medieval knights in shining armor, which this film debunks rather well, actually. It probably presents a more believable simulation of what that period might actually have looked like than, say, IVANHOE or KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE. GRAIL shows us a world full of poverty, mud, disease, and superstition, which gives the film a rather serious undercurrent if you look beneath the slapstick and crude verbal gags. Anyway, you and I don't agree on this one.