Announcer: And now for something completely
different - a man with a tape recorder up his nose
We see Michael in a dinner suit on a small stage, with potted
plants, etc. He ostentatiously inserts a finger up one nostril. We
hear the Marseillaise. He removes his finger and the music stops. He
puts his finger up the other nostril, and we hear rewinding noises.
Once again he puts his finger up the first nostril and we hear the
Marseillaise again. He bows. Shot of film of an oldfashioned
audience of women clapping.
Announcer: And now a film about a man with a
tape recorder up his brother's nose.
Cut to Michael on the same stage, this time with Graham
Chapman. Michael puts his finger up Graham's nostril and we hear the
Marseillaise. He removes his finger and puts it up Graham's other
nostril. We hear the sound of a tape rewinding.
Announcer: And now in stereo
Michael simultaneously puts a finger up his own nostril and a
finger on the other hand, up Graham's nostril. We now here two
recordings of the Marseillaise together, but slightly out of sync.