Comedy followers select favourite Python minute before Monty Python Live (Mostly), Sun 20 July at 7.30pm on silver
The parrot may have kicked the bucket years ago, but the design it self shows no sign of pressing within the daisies anytime soon.
In a poll to commemorate Gold showing the last-ever Monty Python show (sunlight 20 July, 7.30pm), a massive 45per cent said the Pythons' iconic lifeless parrot sketch was their particular favourite.
The Lumberjack tune emerged second with 28% even though the Ministry Of Silly Walks er, walked down with third destination after 23% associated with the 2, 000 Brits polled selected it as their top minute.
The full top favourite Monty Python sketches looked like this:
Dead Parrot ? 45per cent
The Lumberjack Song ? 28percent
The Ministry of Silly Walks ? 23per cent
The Spanish Inquisition ? 16%
Spam ? 15per cent
Four Yorkshiremen ? 12per cent
Nudge Nudge ? 11%
Fish Slapping Dance ? 8%
The Restaurant Sketch (Dirty Fork) ? 7percent
The Killer Joke ? 6per cent
Honorable mentions is going to Silly Olympics, Hell's Grannies together with Gay Policemen which all narrowly missed the countdown.
Gold also pulled off their biggest-ever promotion stunt by suspending a massive 50 foot parrot from a crane in main London before laying it to sleep regarding South Bank near Tower Bridge.
The fibre cup design took a group of three sculptors over two months to develop and construct. Followers going along to start to see the Pythons at the O2 can have their particular image taken with all the parrot which is beyond your arena in front of the last shows.