A famous and hilarious sketch that was part of "Monty Python's Flying Circus" in which the narrator, John Cleese attempts to stress the importance of "not being seen". As he asks people to please reveal themselves in a woodland scene, each is either shot, blown up, or somehow otherwise killed in hilarious fashion. Quite possibly the funniest Monty Python sketch ever.
Mr. Nesbit has learned the first lesson of being seen. NOT to stand up. However, he has chosen a very obvious piece of cover...
Guy 1: Dude, have you seen that sketch, How Not to be Seen? It's hilarious
Guy 2: Yeah, it was pretty funny. You didn't take much from that, did you?
Guy 1: Huh?
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