Over at The Guardian, Charlotte Jones takes issue with the recently announced sequel of Pride and Prejudice. The book by Terri Fleming will focus on the life of Mary Bennett, a character who is deliberately neglected by Jane Austen.Show More Summary
From "Dr. Fegg's Encyclopedia of All World Knowledge", by Terry Jones and Michael Palin: [h/t Don Porges]
The Monty Python crew have created some incredibly memorable characters over the years, complete with silly catchphrases and costumes, but one giant slab of man sticks out more than most- Mr. Creosote from Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life. Show More Summary
The online film series “Eyes on Cinema” posted a really wonderful 1983 interview in which Terry Jones spoke in detail about the manner in which make-up artist Chris Tucker turned him into morbidly obese Mr. Creosote in the rather hilariously disturbing “Part VI: Autumn Years” segment of iconic Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life “Part […]
'Flying Lessons' is one of John Cleese’s 10 all-time favourite Monty Python sketches. He described it as a “typical Cleese and Chapman sketch, with people arguing heatedly about non-issues. The sketch premiered on 29 September 1970. From Monty Python's Flying Circus
TERRY JONES, of Monty Python fame, knows a thing or two about group-think. In “The Life of Brian”, one of the comedy group’s films in which the protagonist is mistaken for the messiah, the frustrated hero yells to a worshipful crowd: “you’re all different”. Show More Summary
Showrunner Terry Matalas talks with THR about Cole and Cassie's relationship, Jones' softer side and Jennifer's new pet tortoise. read more
After drafting offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil with the first overall pick, the Titans add another big body with their second-rounder. Many believe the proper way to build a good football team is to work from the inside out. Terry Lambert of Music City Miracles is applying that principle in the SB Nation NFL writers mock draft. Show More Summary
Can a group of portly, middle-aged puppets explain the financial crisis? They certainly can try. In the new Terry Jones documentary, "Boom Bust Boom," which premiered Friday in New York City, the Monty Python comedian uses puppets, cartoons...Show More Summary
Terry Jones presents Boom Bust Boom. The result of a meeting between writer, director, historian and Python Terry Jones and economics professor and entrepreneur Theo Kocken. Co-written by Jones and Kocken and featuring John Cusack, Nobel...Show More Summary
Boom Bust Boom, according to presenter Terry Jones, is all about the "Achilles heel of Capitalism," and how "human nature has driven the economy to crisis time and time again," and if you think it's a bit weird that a former member of...Show More Summary
Did you ever think only a Monty Python member could explain the wild economic upheavals of the last century? A new documentary, "Boom Bust Boom," thinks so, too. Python Terry Jones co-directed and appears with a bunch of economists,Show More Summary
T.J. Cline scored 24 points, Terry Allen collected 16 rebounds and ShawnDre' Jones dealt nine assists as Richmond beat Massachusetts 69-53 Saturday night
New play depicts the (nearly) great comic’s demise.
Rick Pitino doesn’t do much under the radar. After losing four big name players after last season, Montrezl Harrell, Chris Jones, Wayne Blackshear, and Terry Rozier, Louisville was expected to take a step back. Those four players were the Cardinals’ four leader scorers, accounting for more than 77% of the team’s points. Show More Summary
"Labyrinth" gets a modern riffing in the latest edition of Honest Trailers that tackles the George Lucas, Jim Henson and Terry Jones collaboration.
Kids caught by surprise! Cheyenne Elizabeth Jones Mike Studdtista Jones Posted by Terry Delk Blaylock on Sunday, December 27, 2015 One of the largest trends of last year was videoing people - especially kids - dancing to Silentó's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)," and posting it on the Internet for all to see. Show More Summary
Empire actresses Kaitlin Doubleday and Ta’Rhonda Jones are also among the celebrity participants who will duke it out for the charity of their choice in the two-hour special. read more
Just a few days before the third anniversary of the Newtown massacre, Terry Gross interviewed Mother Jones national affairs editor Mark Follman on NPR's "Fresh Air" about his extensive reporting on America's mass shooters—including a growing effort to stop them. Listen to the full show here:
Terry Jones, 54, died trying to save his mother and her boyfriend from their burning home. His father, Willie Scott (pictured) broke down in tears while recalling his son's kindness and helpful nature.