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Theorem of Cleese

  KrazyCaley

Given: An argument CAN be and IS just contradiction.
Also Given: John Cleese is always right.

Therefore, this theorem will prove itself correct by eliciting a response from John Cleese with the following:

Hey, John, this theorem is incorrect.



Responses:


  Cheese

I'M CHEESE!


  John Cleese

I'm sorry, I'm sure I heard him distinctly say 'Cleese'.


  Cheese



  Cheese

CHEESE!


  John Cleese

Right! Good point.


  John Cleese

Damned no-name, blue-veined, wrinkly old smelly lump of cr...


  John Cleese

I'M CLEESE!


  John Cleese

End of thread, no more comment, thank you very much.

CUT!


  Test Pattern



  Colonel

Now wait here just a moment, only I get to say that.


  John Cleese

I said, "CUT".


  Test Pattern



  Colonel

That's odd, it seems to work for him too.


  Colonel

Well, only one thing left to do.

CUT!


  Colonel



  Colonel

Oh dear, it seems I've lost my touch.


  John Cleese

CUT!


  Test Pattern





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