Monty Python and The Holy Grail
Scene 14: Concorde Takes One For the Gipper
LANCELOT: Well taken,
CONCORDE: Thank you, sir! Most kind.
LANCELOT: And again! Over we go! Good. Steady! And now, the
big one! Uuh! Come on, Concorde!
CONCORDE: Message for you, sir.
LANCELOT: Concorde! Concorde! Speak to me! 'To whoever finds
this note: I have been imprisoned by my father, who wishes me to marry
against my will. Please, please, please come and rescue me. I am in the
Tall Tower of Swamp Castle.' At last! A call! A cry of distress! This
could be the sign that leads us to the Holy Grail! Brave, brave
Concorde, you shall not have died in vain!
CONCORDE: Uh, I'm-- I'm not quite dead, sir.
LANCELOT: Well, you shall not have been mortally wounded in
CONCORDE: I-- I-- I think I c-- I could pull through, sir.
LANCELOT: Oh, I see.
CONCORDE: Actually, I think I'm all right to come with you,
LANCELOT: No, no, sweet Concorde! Stay here! I will send help
as soon as I have accomplished a daring and heroic rescue in my own
CONCORDE: Idiom, sir?
CONCORDE: No, I feel fine, actually, sir.
LANCELOT: Farewell, sweet Concorde!
CONCORDE: I'll, um-- I'll just stay here, then. Shall I, sir?