Narrative Interlude

(Adapted from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Names and actions courtesy of event that occur at the Rumor Forum.)

The Book of the Film:

The wise Sir Holland

Sir Holland

was the first to join King Arthur’s knights, but other illustrious names were soon to follow:
Sir Trey the Brave,

Sir Trey

Sir RumorSage the Pure,

Sir Sage

and Sir Anonymous Coward the- not- quite- so- brave- as- Sir- Trey, who had nearly fought the Clown of Angnor, who had nearly stood up to the vicious RABBOT of Bristol, and who had personally wet himself at the Battle for Susan’s Affections,

Sir Coward

and the aptly named Sir Not- appearing- in- this- film

Sir Not In This Parody

Together they formed a band whose names and deeds were to be retold throughout the centuries: the Bartenders of the Random Board.

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5 Responses to Narrative Interlude

  1. Geof says:


  2. trey says:

    I DID NOT wet myself!

    ok I did.. but you dont have to rub it in..
    seriously.. dont rub it in.. because then it stains.. and really smells..

  3. Roger says:

    Trey, it’s Anonymous who wet himself, not you! You’re Trey the BRAVE!

  4. the Sage says:

    If you knew what I was thinking that moment holding my wife so close, you would not have dubbed me “the Pure” :shock::oops::yes:

  5. Roger says:

    Yes, but the fact that you changed from a toilet paper thrower to a guy dressed in all white at the last minute is classic!

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