(pull out to reveal that he is talking to a five-foot-high
Presenter:: first of all congratulations on the
Mr. Grayson: (from inside filing cabinet) Thank
Presenter: It should send you back to Botty with a big
Mr. Grayson: Oh yes, well we're fairly confident, David.
Presenter: Well at the moment, Ludovic, you're crouching
down inside a filing cabinet.
Mr. Grayson: Yes that's right, David, I'm trying not to be
Presenter: I see. Is this through fear?
Mr. Grayson: Oh no, no, it's common sense really. If they
can't see you, they can't get you.
Presenter: Ha, ha, ha, but of course they can still hear
you. (the filing cabinet explodes) Ludovic Grayson, thank you
very much for coming on the program tonight. And we end the show
with music. And here with their very latest recording 'Yummy, Yummy,
Yummy, I've got love in my tummy' Jackie Charlton and the Tonettes.
(Cut to a trendy pop-music set with colored lights, etc. On
the main podium is a large packing crate with a microphone in front
of it. The backing vocal is by three more packing crates with
microphones. The instrumental group are also in crates. We hear the
abovementioned pop song. Roll credits ova; Fade out. Cut to BBC 1
Voice Over: For those of you who may have just missed
'Money Python's Flying Circus', here it is again.
(Entire show is recapped in a series of flash clips lasting
about twenty seconds.)