R.I.P. Terry Jones, 1942-2020
Terry Jones was a member of the one of the most renowned comedy troupes of all time, Monty Python. His work alongside Eric Idle, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin, and the late Graham Chapman will very likely stand the test of time comedically and as a cultural artifact of both the 20th and 21st centuries.
Jones unfortunately succumbed to complications from a form of dementia that he had be battling with for years. Terry did manage to complete work voice work on an animation project The Land of Sometimes before his time came to an end.
You never really need an excuse to watch any and all of Monty Python (Flying Circus, Holy Grail, Meaning of Life, Life of Brian, so on and so forth), but today would be a pretty grand day to revisit revolutionary absurdist comedy in honor of Jones.