the meaning of life

the meaning of life

The Meaning of Life (1983): The Grim Reaper Stays for a Drink Part 2

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The clip The Grim Reaper stays for a Drink Part 2 from The Meaning of Life (1983) with Graham Chapman, John Cleese I am death. Well, we have some people from America for dinner tonight- Who is it, darling? A Mr. Death or something. He's come about the reaping? I don't think we need any now. Hello. Don't leave him hanging around outside. Ask him in. I don't think it's quite the moment. Do come in. Come and have a drink. Do. Come on. It's one of the little men from the village. Do come in. Please. This is Howard Katzenberg from Philadelphia. And his wife, Debbie. Hello there. And these are the Portland Smythes, Jeremy and Fiona. Good evening. This is Mr. Death. Well, do get Mr. Death a drink, darling. Yes. Mr. Death is a reaper. The Grim Reaper. Hardly surprising in this weather. So you still reap around here, do you, Mr. Death? I am the Grim Reaper. That's about all he says. There's your drink, Mr. Death. Do sit down. We were just talking about some of the awful problems facing the third- Would you prefer white? I'm afraid we don't have any beer. The Stilton's awfully good. I am not of this world. Good Lord. I am death. Isn't that extraordinary? We were talking about death five minutes ago. Yes, we were. You know, whether death is really the end- As my husband Howard here feels, or whether there is... ...and one hates to use words like "soul" or "spirit"- What other words can one use?